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Local boys deal at districts

  • Written by Don Mann

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Photo by Don Mann Woodinville third-baseman Drew Campton, right, gets the force out in Friday’s 5-2 loss to Northshore as shortstop Jack Keller, left, follows the play. Woodinville bounced back with an 11-4 win over North Lake on Saturday to remain alive in the District 8 Majors 12-and-under all-star tournament.
A.J. Schramm tossed a four-inning perfect game as the Woodinville West 12-and-under Major all-stars walloped Northshore 15-0 in the District 8 Tournament at Northshore Athletic Fields in Woodinville on Saturday.

Colton Van Til knocked in five runs with a double and a single and teammates Cooper Mehrmann, Michael Roth and Kyle Shaull added two hits apiece.

Woodinville West, who take on Queen Anne at 6 p.m. Tuesday at NAF, won its opener Friday as Hunter Cook went 4-for-4 with two doubles, Joey Wick pitched a four-inning one hitter and Derek Dardzinski went 2-for-3 and made a diving catch in center field in a 12-0 "mercy rule" romp over North Lake.

The Woodinville all-stars — from the other league in town — bounced back from an opening 5-2 loss Friday to Northshore with an 11-4 win over North Lake on Saturday.

Cody Konarek’s fourth inning solo home run snapped a 4-4 tie.

An inning later, Jack Keller hit a three-run shot to put the game out of reach.

Mack Minnehan, Konarek and Keller combined for the victory on the mound. Woodinville continues its march out of the losers’ bracket with a 6 p.m. game Monday at NAF against an opponent still to be determined at press time.

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