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High school boys soccer: Archbishop Murphy 1, Sehome 0

Archbishop Murphy advances to championship game

The Everett Herald reports that the Wildcats defeated Sehome 1-0 in a 2A District semifinal game at Everett Memorial Stadium on Tuesday afternoon.

"Aiden Huggins scored the game's lone goal in the 14th minute to lead Archbishop Murphy to a 1-0 victory over Sehome," said the Herald. "Archbishop Murphy goalkeeper Jordan Trinka recorded his 11th shutout of the season, but Wildcat coach Michael Bartley was sure to compliment his overall team defense along with his star goalie."

High school baseball: Burlington-Edison 5, Archbishop Murphy 0

The Everett Herald reports that the Burlington-Edison shutout the Wildcats 5-0 in a 2A District Tournament game at Daniels Field on Tuesday afternoon.

"A winner-to-state game is generally not a good time for a team to have two runners thrown out at the plate in one inning or commit a season-high number of errors," said the Herald. "Archbishop Murphy did both and Burlington-Edison made the Wildcats pay dearly, upsetting the Cascade Conference champions to secure a state playoff berth."

High school baseball: Jackson 8, Arlington 1

Jackson High School Timberwolves advance

The Timberwolves beat the Eagles 8-1 in a Wesco 4A District baseball tournament game at Jackson High School on Tuesday afternoon.

Jackson High School will play Snohomish High School for the seond time in the district tournament on Thurdsay, May 10th, at 4:00 PM at Everett Memorial Stadium. Jackson shutout Snohomish 3-0 in their first meeting on Saturday, May 5th.

The winner of Thursday's game will meet the Kingco district's number 3 team on Monday, May 14th, to decide which team will advance to the State Championship tournament.

High school baseball: Lake Stevens 13, Jackson 4

David Krueger of the Everett Herald reports that the Vikings defeated the Timberwolves 13-4 at Lake Stevens High School in a 4A District 1 tournament baseball game on Monday afternoon.

"Lake Stevens' Class 4A District 1 semifinal baseball game Monday afternoon didn't start the way the Vikings would have liked," said Kruger. "Lake Stevens found itself trailing after Jackson scored three runs in the top of the first inning. But the Vikings didn't panic. Lake Stevens scored two in the bottom of the first and four in the fifth before exploding for seven runs in the sixth en route to a 13-4 victory at Lake Stevens High School Monday afternoon."

Jackson High School's next 4A District 1 tournament game is against Arlington High School on Tuesday, May 8th at 4:00 PM. The game will be held at Jackson High School because the Timberwolves are the higher seed.

Jackson High School freshman drafted by Silvertips

Daniel Woolfenden drafted by Everett Silvertips

The Everett Silvertips have drafted a local Jackson High School (JHS) freshman Daniel Woolfenden to be a Silvertip. Daniel is the first Snohomish County product to be drafted by the Silvertips, and if he were to come to the training camp with the Silvertips and make the team (the earliest this young man could do so is the 2013-14 season), he would be the third Washington native and the first Snohomish County native to play for the team.

Woolfenden, who is a defenseman for the Sno King Amateur Hockey Association Bantam A team, has a 3.67 grade point average at Jackson High. He is a pole-vaulter, javelin thrower and sprinter on the JHS track team.

JHS track coach Ryan Simmons is not surprised that the Silvertips tagged Woolfenden. He notes, "Daniel is a soft-spoken, hard working young man who has been a pleasure to coach this season. His athleticism was apparent from the beginning of the season, so it wasn’t much of a surprise to hear that he also played hockey."

High school baseball: Jackson 3, Snohomish 0

Jackson High School Timberwolves advance

Nick Patterson of the Everett Herald reports that the Timberwolves shutout the Panthers 3-0 at Jackson High School in a 4A District 1 tournament baseball game on Saturday afternoon.

Patterson said that Jackson High School's pitcher Alec Kisena was the key to victory, "Kisena poured pitches over the plate in a performance that was the picture of efficiency, leading the Jackson Timberwolves to a 3-0 victory over the Snohomish Panthers on Saturday afternoon in the first round of the 4A District 1 tournament. Kisena was in complete command of the strike zone throughout Saturday. The tall right-hander threw 71 pitches in six-plus innings, 53 of those for strikes. Kisena's only walk was intentional, and he went to a three-ball count just once. He finished with three strikeouts and took a no-hitter into the sixth."

High school boys soccer: Archbishop Murphy 3, Burlington-Edison 0

Archbishop Murphy Wildcats

The Everett Herald reports that the Wildcats defeated the Tigers 3-0 in a 2A District 1 Tournament match at Archbishop Murphy High School on Saturday evening.

"The Wildcats struck twice in the first five minutes with goals from Alex Kramer and Aidan Huggins on the way to a shutout win," said the Herald. "Jalen Crisler, who was coming back after missing seven games due to injury, scored Archbishop Murphy's third goal on a free kick."

Since Archbishop Murphy is the 2A District 1 Tournament's number one seed, the Wildcats play 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Everett Memorial Stadium against Sehome.

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