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The Redmond softball team won three 4A Kingco games last week, highlighted by a come-from-behind, 3-2 win against Eastlake on Thursday.
The Lake Washington baseball team may still be able to reach many of its preseason goals, but the Kangs are not making it easy on themselves.
Redmond junior Sarah Lord successfully defended her 3,200-meter championship at Saturday’s Pasco Invitational track and field meet at Edgar Brown Stadium, confirming her standing as one of the favorites for a Class 4A state title.
Kimi Pohlman, who attends The Bear Creek School in Redmond but plays softball for Eastlake High because Bear Creek doesn’t field a softball team, went 2-for-3 with two stolen bases and a run scored in the Wolves’ 2-0 win against Redmond on Tuesday.
Ten Redmond residents, ranging from ages 31-62, completed the 112th running of the Boston Marathon on Monday.
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• Sport: Softball
Hillary Barker has pitched in twelve games this season. She has struck out 144 hitters, nearly two strikeouts per inning compared to just four base on balls and 19 hits.
Justin Kopak went 3-for-5 with three doubles as Redmond defeated Franklin 14-3 in a five-inning 4A Kingco baseball game on Friday at Rainier Playfield in Seattle.
Despite tying for 4A Kingco’s best record with an 8-2 record and 24 points, the Redmond soccer team does not have a chance at winning the Kingco championship because it loses the tiebreaker with Juanita for the Mountain Division crown.
Redmond High’s Amy Sturdivant posted a pair of personal-bests last Thursday in a 4A Kingco track and field meet against Lake Washington and Eastlake.
It’s been quite the turnaround for the Lake Washington soccer team this season. With a 3-0 shutout win over Bothell on April 30, the team secured a playoff spot and a winning record — two team goals set before the season.
By virtue of going 17-2 in the regular season, which vaulted the Mustangs to be ranked No. 2 team in the Class 4A state baseball poll, Redmond won the regular-season Kingco baseball title and grabbed a first-round bye in the district playoff.
Erika Hendron led the Redmond Mustangs at the plate and on the mound as Redmond defeated playoff-bound Bothell 8-0 in a 4A Kingco softball game on Friday.
Of all the high school teams in all the different sports this year, perhaps no team went through more than the Lake Washington baseball team.