Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Wolverines wipeout the competition

Baseball

Friday Harbor Wolverines baseball swept the Orcas Island Vikings, winning, 11-1. The home game on April 23 lasted just five innings before being called with the Vikings behind by 10 runs as per Washington Interscholastic Activities Association rules.

Ty Anderson and Yadir Plaza both had a double and two RBIs, and Gavin Mason had two RBIs and a diving catch when the Orcas bases were loaded.

The boys faced off against Concrete in a doubleheader on Friday, April 26, winning the first game 6-2 and the second 15-0.

The next baseball home game for the Wolverines is a doubleheader against Darrington at 3:45 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. on Friday, May 3.

With the Wolverines undefeated in league play, the team will travel to Sedro-Wolley for the 2B districts May 7, 9 and 11, where the top two teams will progress to the state. If they qualify, the team will then travel to 2B regionals on May 18 and state in Centralia on May 24 and 25.

Softball

On April 23, the Friday Harbor fastpitch team triumphed over the Orcas Island Vikings, 9-2.

In the bottom of the first inning of the home game, with a total of 12 hits and six RBIs. Thea Seitz scored a total of three runs on two hits. Liz Cruz scored one run with a single hit, and Soma Andrews, Darcy Ayers and Fallon Taylor each scored one RBI.

The girls took on in a doubleheader against Concrete on Friday, April 26, winning the first game 17-0 and the second 12-0. Siri Lindstom celebrated her birthday by pitching for three innings, with six strikeouts. Marcella Kirkland pitched the remainder of the game and had three strikeouts.

In game two, Grace Pauls pitched three innings throwing five strikes. Raylee Miniken pitched the remainder of the game and had strikeouts.

Bristol Halvorson led the game off with a home run, she then had a single and 3 RBIs. Olivia Germane had two home runs, a double and 5 RBIs. Ellie Perkins also had a home run, a single and 2 RBIs.

Behind the plate, catcher Jacqui Olsen threw a runner out at third.

 

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson

Staff photo/Tate Thomson