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Mount Si High School
8651 Meadowbrook Way SE
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
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KingCo 4A baseball update
Mount Si High School’s baseball team was off yesterday, but the rest of the Kingco 4A squads were in action. Here’s a look at how things went, leading off with Bothell, who will be meeting the Wildcats tomorrow.
Bothell 4, Issaquah 1: Bothell held off the Eagles at home at BHS yesterday behind a 2-3 afternoon from Carson Ryder which included a double, run scored and two RBI’s. Quinn Gleed allowed just the one Issy run, earned, on five hits in six innings, striking out eight, to get the win for the Cougars on the mound, and Ryder allowed one hit and struck out one to earn the save. Tyler Huling allowed three runs, all earned, on four hits in 4 2/3 innings to take the loss on the mound for the Eagles. Luke Watanabe was 2-4 with a double and RBI to lead Issaquah. Bothell is at Mount Si tomorrow for a 4:00 p.m. first pitch at Mount Si High School.
Athletes of the Week for 4-1
Our first boys’ Athletes of the Week this spring are on the baseball diamond. MOUNT SI – The Wildcats have had a tough start to the season, currently 2-4 after four straight losses last week. In their game against Newport last Friday, however, sophomore Justin Lutz hit a home run, and that earns him the nod this week. Lutz’ homer came in the sixth inning and tied the game at that point 3-3. It was his first as a varsity player, and the first for the varsity team in 2015, and it couldn’t have come at a more important time. However, the Knights responded with two runs in the seventh and won that game 5-3. Still, though, the accomplishment for Lutz is one worth recognizing, and we’re doing just that here. Justin’s older brother, Reid, is on the team this season, so we’re sure both of them had a good time with that after the game.
Mount Si baseball falls on road, plus Kingco 4A and college baseball and softball scores
Jackson Dahl and Shaan Kothari both tripled, helping Eastlake hand the Mount Si High School baseball team a loss last night on the road. The Wolves handed the Wildcats the 4-1 defeat under the lights at Eastlake High School in Sammamish. Dahl finished 2-3 with a run scored and run batted in, and Kothari’s triple was his lone hit, but it drove in two runs. He also scored a run.
The two Eastlake triples were the big hits of the fifth inning, when the Wolves scored three times to take command of the contest. Reid Lutz’ double was the big hit for Mount Si, who was limited to just five hits on the contest by Wolves pitchers Mark Whitley and Alec Gomez. Whitley picked up the win while Gomez was credited with the save. Issac Mullins took the loss on the mound for Mount Si, allowing just two earned runs of the four he gave up, on five hits in 4 1/3 innings. Alex Adams allowed just one hit in 1 2/3 innings of relief.
The Wildcats host Newport tomorrow. Game time is 4:00 p.m. at Mount Si High School.
Prep baseball takes over Safeco Field - West Seattle players talk about playing at Safeco Field.
Originally published March 25, 2015 By Josh Liebeskind Seattle Times staff reporter
Most young baseball players have the same dream. The bright lights of the Major League stadium. Foot rested on the top step of the dugout. Perhaps leaning against the padded railing. Grabbing a glove and running onto the field, surrounded by 40,000 fans. Saturday will give local baseball teams another opportunity to fulfill the dream of playing in an MLB stadium. While there may not be 40,000-plus on their feet, the expansive stands of Safeco Field will provide a backdrop to the second of four prep baseball doubleheaders to be played this season at the home of the Mariners.

It is the ninth year of the High School Baseball Classic at Safeco Field. Sedro-Woolley and West Seattle get the action started at 12:30 p.m., while Mount Si and Kentwood are scheduled for a 4 p.m. first pitch. Lake Washington beat Ballard, 1-0, and Eastside Catholic topped Olympic, 10-3, last Saturday to open the Safeco series this season. Highline-Nathan Hale (noon) and Newport-Auburn Mountainview (3:15 p.m.) play at Safeco on April 4, while Puyallup-Auburn Riverside (12:30 p.m.) and Kentridge-Issaquah (4 p.m.) wrap up the schedule on April 11. “It’s pretty fun because not a lot of fields you get the stands all around there,” West Seattle junior shortstop Morgan McCullough said. “You look forward to it when you see it on the calendar. It’s fun getting to walk thru the tunnel and getting to stand in the dugouts. It’s a treat. “You feel like a big leaguer for a day.” West Seattle has played at Safeco the past three seasons, so McCullough, who has been on the varsity team since his freshman year, has experienced the big league stadium before. Jamie Fields, a junior outfielder/catcher/pitcher has also played at Safeco before, which begs the question: Does it get old?

“When you’re out there, you feel a little bit different, you get a little different feeling than playing normally – it’s surreal in a way,” said Fields, who thinks the outfield seems a little bigger than when watching a Mariners game. CONTINUE
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