MARYSVILLE – Marysville Getchell’s defense was on its game for most of the contest against Meadowdale Wednesday.
As a result, MG held a 3-1 lead after four innings. Meadowdale put a little pressure on the home team with a run in the fifth, scoring on a passed ball to make it 3-2.
But MG breathed a sigh of relief when Hannah Kranz crushed a homer over the leftfield fence to make it 4-2 in the bottom of the fifth.
But that’s when the Charger defense fell apart.
In the top of the sixth, two outfield errors and one in the infield led to three runs for the visitors. MG pitcher Brionna Palm had shut down Meadowdale to that point. A single tied it up and another single put the visitors ahead 5-4. It could have been worse but a double play help MG get out of the inning.
MG threatened in the sixth and in the bottom of the seventh had the bases loaded with two out, but the Chargers came up empty both times.
Meadowdale improved to 6-2, while the home team dropped to 3-5.
Kranz led MG at the plate, going 3-4 with a single, double, the homer and two RBI. She also scored three times. Thea Hatch added a double and RBI.
Also this week, M-P scored six first-inning runs and went on to romp over Lynnwood 19-0.
Lily Fischer was the winning pitcher, going five innings with five strikeouts and giving up only two hits.
M-P pounded out 12 hits, the biggest being a home run by McKenzie Justice and two homers by Fischer.
Wednesday, M-P beat Edmonds-Woodway 7-2, and Arlington fell to Mountlake Terrace 10-5.
Daniel Amador recorded a hat trick and led M-P to a 4-2 Wesco 3A win over Mountlake Terrace Monday.
Randy Galvan added a goal and an assist for the Tomahawks (9-1-1, 7-1-0 Wesco 3A).
Davis Magee and Alden Dufour also had assists.
Also, Lakewood died Nooksack Valley 1-1.
Wednesday, M-P snuck by Shorewood 2-1.
Marysville-Pilchuck and Marysville Getchell both won girls golf matches April 12.
For M-P, senior Katelynn Melohusky shot a personal best 83 and was the medalist in a 490 to 631 win over Oak Harbor.
Melohusky shot a 46 on the front nine, but was blistering on the back nine with a 37. The rest of the squad saw Natalia Zieroth with an 86, Sarah Turral with a 97, Beth Erickson shot a 103 and Ivy Enberg and Michala Brown both had 18-hole rounds of 121.
For MG, Abbie Braun scored a 92 to lead the Tommies to a 525 to 566 win over Everett.
Nichole Phengmuang had a 98, Natalie Furness a 109, Chloe Braaten a 110, Emily Reynolds a 116 and Hayley Francis a 122.
Tuesday, M-P barely lost to Snohomish 246 to 257
For M-P, Zieroth was the co-medalist with a 42, followed by Melohusky with a 44, Erickson 52, Brown 59 and Ivy Enberg 60.
Arlington improved its record to 9-1 with a 10-3 win over Everett Tuesday.
The Eagles scored five in the second inning and never looked back.
Michael Tsoukalas led Arlington at the plate going 2-3 with a triple and three RBI. Cole Warner knocked in two runs with a double.
Meanwhile, M-P got by Snohomish 8-6 in nine innings. Snohomish scored six in the seventh to tie it up and send it into extra innings.
Eric Anderson pitched a one-hitter through six innings, striking out five. At the plate, Jordan Justice went 2-2 with an RBI and Colby Phelps had a double and knocked in a couple of runs.
Oak Harbor beat MG 12-2.
Lakewood lost to Sedro Woolley 10-0.
Monday, Lakewood lost to Anacortes 13-0.
Wednesday, Arlington edged Everett 3-2, M-P got by Snohomish 8-6, MG fell to Oak Harbor 7-3 and Sehome beat Lakewood 7-5.
Tuesday in Everett, M-P was blanked by the Seagulls 5-0
For M-P, Hayley Dixon won three games, Mariah Prater one, Paige Bramer two; Taylor Bichel four, Dana Bichel-Cheyenne Coe three; and Athena Rondeau-Kristina Gret one.
In Arlington Wednesday, Stanwood beat the Eagles 6-1. For Arlington, the only win was at No. 1 doubles with Ashley Kolbeck-Annika Hatfield winning 6-1, 6-0. Margarita Muro won a game, as did Faith Holden. Ellie Kikuchi won two games and Courtney Krouse four. Emily Gonzalez-Nina Cameron lost 7-5, 6-4; and Grace Bynum-Allyson Roller won five games.
Also, Snohomish blanked MG 7-0. And Anacortes beat Lakewood 7-0.
Monday, at Whidbey Golf Course, Arlington was third with 419, MG fifth with 564 and M-P also competed, but Everett won with a 407.
The co-medalists shot 75s, but Arlington’s Cody Oakes was right behind with a 78. Cam Sjolund shot an 80, Alex Coghill 83, Nate Metcalf 86 and Riley Morris 92.
For MG, Bernard Duplessis had an 89, Justin Good 98, Preston Parsons 112, Nathan Bickle 130 and Chase McGowne 135.
For M-P, Justin Trueax had an 83, Jeff Reynolds 84, Matt Allen 95 and Connor Peterson 96.
Wednesday, Peterson was the medalist with a 41 for nine holes in a match at Useless Bay Golf Course. Trueax shots a 42, Allen a 43 and Jarren Parks a 45.