At the Tomahawk Classic Saturday…
Results for M-P boys: Bryan Sanders, fourth, 100 meters; sophomore Kevin Crumrine, seventh, 200; junior Chris Ray, fourth, 400; Jeffrey Richner, third, 1600; sophomore Trae Tingelstad was second in the 110-meter hurdles; he also was second in the 300 hurdles; Sanders, Crumrine, Sergio Macias-Rossiter and Jordan Velasques were second in the 4 by 100 relay; in the 4 by 200 relay, Jacob Elwood, Jamaari Jefferson, Dylan Carson and Jacob Mejia won in 1:49.03; Richner, Ray, Tingelstad and Trevor Stone were third in the 4 by 400 relay; Cade Tucker was second in the shot put with a throw of 51 feet, 11.5 inches; he also was second in the discus; Jeff Roullier won the javelin at 169 feet, 5 inches; Elwood won the high jump at 5-8; and Sanders was second in the long jump. Results for MG boys: junior Dominic Andrews, third, 200; Thomas McCormick, second, 400; sophomore Cole Norton, second, 800; Evan Krautkremer, second, 1600; sophomore Oliver Schwab won the 3200 meters in 10 minutes, 20.63 seconds; freshman Desmond Brown was sixth in the 110 hurdles; junior Jared Arquiza was sixth in the 300 hurdles; in the 4 by 400 relay, McCormick, Kameron Wilkes, Krautkremer and Norton were second; Andrews was fourth in the shot; Nathan Broome was fourth in the discus; Jesse Donk was third in the javelin; freshman Patrick Farrell was fifth in the high jump; Josh Baker was third in the pole vault; and sophomore Peyton Konkoski was third in the triple jump.
Results for M-P girls: freshman Jaylynn LeMasters was second in the 100; junior Alexa Sandoval was seven in the 400; she was fourth in the 1600; Hannah Wagner was fourth in the 100 hurdles; sophomore Corianne Cross was fifth in the 300 hurdles; in the 4 by 100 relay, LeMasters, Summer Sanden, Cadence Jackson and Tahja Vaivaimuli were third; in the 4 by 800 relay, Davis, Sandoval, Lauren Doherty and Miriah Summers won in 9:37.89; Summer was fourth in the shot; freshman Alanna Fort was sixth in the discus, tying teammate sophomore Kaylin Hooker; Sanden was second in the high jump; and she was also fourth in the pole vault. Results for MG girls: Kiarra Green won the 100 meters in 12.91 seconds; she was also second in the 200; junior Gabriella Balka was second in the 400; junior Julia Rea was third in the 800; sophomore Jasmine Nguyen won the 1600 in 5 minutes 20.22 seconds; she also won the 3200 in 11:53.60; freshman Maria Marmolejo was eight in the 100 hurdles; junior Sophie Alt was second in the 300 hurdles; in the 4 by 400 relay, Green, Balka, Mikayla Chrisien and Rea won in 4:26.56; Mikhail Montez won the shot put with a toss of 40 feet, 5.5 inches; she also easily won the discus at 115-4; junior Kate Roberts was second in the javelin; freshman Jayda Pittman was third in the high jump; junior Faith Sherman placed second in the long jump; and she was third in the triple jump.
Randy Galvan scored a goal and assisted on four more as M-P, 13-1-1, 11-1-1 in league, clinched its second-consecutive Wesco 3A/2A crown with a 5-1 rout of visiting Everett Friday.
The Tomahawks scored 44 goals in 15 games. Kyle Matson has a team-high 15 goals, followed by Galvan with 10 and freshman Ashton Wolff with eight. Senior goalkeeper Eric Ibanez anchors a defense that’s allowed just 10 goals all season, including seven shutouts.
M-P controlled Friday’s match from the get-go, rolling past Everett (3-9-3, 2-8-3).
Leo Jaramillo put the Tomahawks on the board with a sixth-minute goal. Matson and Luis Galvan followed with two more scores in quick succession, giving M-P a 3-0 lead by the 26th minute. Randy Galvan added a 41st-minute strike, and Alden Dufour headed in a 61st-minute goal for a 5-0 lead.
M-P is eyeing a deeper postseason run this time, as the program aims for its first state berth since 2014. Last year it went 1-2 in district, two wins short of state.
“I think that we put so much effort into winning the league last year that we kind of lost the big picture of what we’re really trying to do,” coach Paul Bartley told The Daily Herald. “This year, they know that winning the league is great — but (that) if you don’t do the next step, then it doesn’t really mean that much.”
MG whipped Oak Harbor 11-1 Monday in six innings.
The home team scored six runs in the first inning and coasted from there.
Thea Hatch was the winning pitcher, holding Oak Harbor to the one run on just four hits.
Hatch helped her own cause at the plate going 2-for-2. Brionna Palm went 3-4 with a double and Chloe Rockwell went 2-4.
MG beat crosstown rival M-P 10-4 Friday for just their second-win ever against the Tomahawks since 2011. The first win was five years ago.
M-P had won eight-straight games, but the pitching of Brionna Palm, and some powerful hitting ended the streak.
With 13 wins the Chargers have already set a program-record and have ensured Marysville Getchell’s first winning record in its short history. In the second inning, MG hit five-consecutive singles, with Patton and Palm picking up the RBI to provide a 2-0 lead. Faith Lampinen drove in a run with a sacrifice fly to center and Hannah Kranz poked an RBI single to center to push the lead to four in the bottom of the fourth.
Emily Petermeyer drove a sacrifice fly to center and an error tacked on two more runs, leaving the Chargers with a 7-0 lead after three innings.
Kelsey Edge laid down a suicide squeeze, and Cassidy Phelps scored from third in the fourth inning for M-P
Palm allowed four runs, one earned, on four hits and struck out 11 for the Chargers.
Lampinen helped lead the Chargers’ offense by going 3-for-3 with two runs scored and an RBI. Patton also chipped in three hits and two RBIs. Palm provided herself some run support with three hits and an RBI as well.
Sydney Zachry finished 2-4 with two RBI for the Tomahawks.
M-P beat Oak Harbor Monday 11-2.