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Wolverines prepare for post-season play

Ronnie Hanson slaps a single against Lynden Christian at home, May 3.   - Journal photo / Scott Rasmussen
Ronnie Hanson slaps a single against Lynden Christian at home, May 3.
— image credit: Journal photo / Scott Rasmussen

Baseball: The Wolverines (12-4) opened post-season play at home Tuesday (their opponent had yet to be determined as of Monday’s Journal press deadline), as either the No. 1 or No. 2 seeded team in the District 1 playoffs. They are one of six teams competing to advance to the Tri-District tournament, May 13 at Sehome and Meridian, stepping stone to the state championships.

Softball: The Wolverines (5-9) host Mount Baker, Saturday, May 10,  in their final game of the regular season. They open post-season play May 16, at Janicki Fields in Sedro Woolley. Currently, they are seeded sixth among six District 1 teams competing to advance to the Tri-District tournament.

Tennis: Two singles players and two doubles teams will be looking to advance to Tri-Districts (May 21) when the Friday Harbor girls tennis team opens the post season May 12-13, at South Whidbey High School.

Golf: Fourteen girls and 27 boys will advance from the District 1 playoffs, May 15, at North Bellingham Golf Course, to Tri-Districts, May 20, at Bremerton’s Gold Mountain Golf Club. Senior Kendra Meeker is seeking a fourth consecutive appearance at State.

Track & Field: The Wolverines closed out the regular season Tuesday, at the league tournament in Mount Vernon. Preliminary events for the District 1 meet , at Lynden Christian, begin May 14, with the finals slated for Saturday, May 17.Track & Field

Top-five finishers of an event advance to the Tri-District meet, May 22 and May 24 at King’s High School.

Soccer: The Wolverines, winless but with one tie in 15 regular-season matches, failed to qualify for post-season play.

— Find post-season schedules, times, locations at www.nw1a2bathletics.com.

 

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