Inglemoor baseball beats Bothell, 3-2, in eight innings

Inglemoor’s Teddy Bishop delivered a clutch walkoff single to give the Vikings a 3-2 baseball victory over Bothell in an eight-inning contest on April 9.

Both squads are now 5-3 in 4A KingCo action.

Inglemoor led 2-0 after two innings and Bothell tied it with one run each in the third and fourth innings.

For the Vikings, Bishop had two hits and two RBIs, including a double; Cian Portugal had two hits; and Brandon Fothergill had a double and earned the win with two innings of relief pitching.

On the Bothell end, Jake Peoples and Logan Leadley had two hits each; Caden Baker had a double; and Brody Ponti and Joey Ingraham had one RBI apiece.

SOFTBALL

In nonleague softball action, Redmond beat Bothell, 9-5, on April 9.

Bothell — which had 11 hits — lead 4-3 after three innings and Redmond tacked on four runs in the fourth and two in the fifth.

Leading the hit parade for Bothell were Nicole Leadley with three hits, including two doubles and an RBI; Shayla Cole with two hits and three RBIs; and Kelsey Fortney with two hits.

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