Marysville-Pilchuck took a 7-0 lead after two innings before Cedarcrest exploded for nine runs in the third Tuesday at M-P.
But the Tommies came back with five runs in the fourth and ended up winning a slugfest 14-11.
M-P took a 3-0 lead in the first after a walk, single by Lauren Lewis and a two-run error off a grounder by Lillian Fischer, who came around to score after a single by Sydney Zachry and RBI groundout by Alissa Edge.
M-P tacked on four more in the second on a line-drive single by Perrine, who went to third on a bunt single by Jacia Cook. Perrine scored when Lewis got on after an error. Cassidy Phelps and Fischer then hit RBI singles and Zachry had an RBI groundout.
A line-drive blast over the leftfield fence sparked Cedarcrest’s big inning, before the Tomahawks mounted their comeback.
Lewis and Fischer both went 2-for-4 and scored two runs. Fischer added 2 RBI and Lewis 1.
Fischer ended up being the winning pitcher, but freshman Eve Downing had to help her put out the fire in the third inning and finished the game.
Meanwhile, Marysville Getchell also won a 12-7 slugfest at Archbishop Murphy.
In the back-and-forth game, MG actually trailed 7-6 until scoring six runs in the top of the seventh for the win.
First baseman Thea Hatch was a force at the plate for the Chargers going 3-4 with 4 RBI. Pitcher Brionna Palm helped herself out at the plate going 2-4 with a triple and 3 RBI. Catcher Shannon Patton went 2-4 with a double as MG pounded out 15 hits.
M-P lost a heart-breaker to Everett 1-0 Tuesday.
The Tommies outhit the Seagulls 8 to 4, but couldn’t push any runs across.
Everett scored its winning run in the bottom of the seventh.
Treven Southard and Daniel Kirkwood both went 2-4 for M-P.
Paolo Cappello pitched a gem on the mound for M-P, but Kyle Nyblod came in in the sixth and gave up the winning run.
In Everett, M-P fell to the Seagulls 6-1.
The only win for the Tomahawks was at No. 1 doubles as Dana Bichel-Kristina Gret won in straight sets 6-4, 6-2.
Riley Mae Swanson pitched a no-hitter as Lakewood demolished Squalicum Tuesday 14-0.
The Cougars led 3-0 before scoring 11 runs in the fourth to win going away.
Swanson, 10-1, struck out nine in five innings. The Cougars took advantage of six Squalicum errors.
Olivia Poulton had a huge game at the plate going 4-4 with 3 RBI. She also scored three times. Natalie Krueger also knocked in 3 runs going 2-4. She scored twice.
Jared Wolfson scored a goal and an assist to lead the Cougars to a 2-1 win at Blaine Tuesday.
Hong Yi-Wu tallied the other Lakewood goal, and Tanner Rahberger contributed an assist.
Mamudou Fofana was the winning goalie.
Blaine blanked Lakewood 10-0.
Cameron Smith pitched a three-hitter as Arlington easily beat Stanwood Tuesday 11-1.
Arlington scored 11 runs despite just six hits.
Camdon Anderson had two of them, scoring twice and getting 3 RBI. Catcher Jack Sheward walked twice and hit a double, along with having 2 RBI. Shortstop Paul Chung scored three times, had a double and an RBI.
Madisyn Estes and Taylor Zodrow both hit doubles, but Arlington didn’t do much else, losing to Mountlake Terrace 14-6 Tuesday.
MLT pounded out 18 hits against Eagle pitcher Liz Durfee.
The Eagle girls lost a close one to Oak Harbor 4-3 Tuesday at home.
It took three sets but Faith Holden won at No. 2 single 3-6, 6-3, 6-2. At No. 4 singles, Hailey Brossard also won in three sets 6-4, 4-6, 6-2.