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Jackson High School baseball: Jackson 3, Snohomish 2

The Everett Herald reported that the Timberwolves won their game against Snohomish 3-2 on Saturday, March 24th.

According to the Herald, Jackson's head coach, Kirk Nicholson, "utilized six pitchers. One of the pitchers was Alex Kisena, a first baseman who spent the fourth inning on the mound and drove in two runs with a single in the first inning that pushed Jackson to the victory at Snohomish High School."

The article went on to say, "Snohomish used seven pitchers in the game as both teams gave pitchers an opportunity to prove themselves before league play begins. The league season begins on Tuesday."

The teams' records so far this year are as follows: Jackson 3-2, Snohomish 1-3.

The full Everett Herald article can be found here:

Prep baseball: Jackson 3, Snohomish 2

Jackson High School baseball: Cascade 2, Jackson 0

Rich Myhre of the Everett Herald reported Cascade High School beat the Timberwolves 2-0 on March 23rd.

Myhre related the Bruins sophomore pitcher, K.J. Brady, not only got his second consecutive shutout, he drove in both runs with a fourth inning single.

Jackson High School's baseball team was the runner up in last year's 4A tournament and usually hits well. Brady proved to be too good on Friday.

This was the Timberwolves first league defeat. So far this season their record is 2-1 in league play and 2-2 overall.

The full Everett Herald article can be found here:

Brady's arm, bat lead Cascade baseball past Jackson

Jackson High School softball: Arlington 18, Jackson 7

David Krueger of the Everett Herald reported that Arlington High School's softball team dominated the Timberwolves 18-7 at Arlington.

Jackson got four runs in the top of the first inning, but the Eagles came back in the bottom of the first with six runs of their own.

The Timberwolves tied it in the top of the second, but trailed the rest of the game. Head coach Kyle Peacocke said his Timberwolves are a much younger team this year after losing eight players to graduation after last season. He believes the Jackson girls fought hard and will continue to get better as the season progresses.

Jackson's Dewey Davis and Megan Cooley played well by batting 2-for-3 and by accounting for all of the Timberwolves' RBIs.

Jackson has a 0-4 record so far, having faced some of the toughest teams in the district.

The full Everett Herald article can be found here:

Early deficit doesn't panic Arlington in 18-7 win over Jackson

Jackson High School boy's soccer: Jackson 6, Cascade 2

The Everett Herald reported that the Jackson High School boys soccer team beat the Bruins 6-2 at Everett Memorial Stadium.

David Loeung scored two goals; and Thomas Clement, Brady Witsoe, Zack Bylsma, Alex Baraja each scored a goal apiece.

The Timberwolves' season record is 2-0 in league play, and 3-1 overall.

The full Everett Herald article can be found here:

Prep boys soccer: Jackson 6, Cascade 2

Jackson High School girls tennis: Edmonds-Woodway 4, Jackson 3

The Everett Herald reported that the Timberwolves lost a close match with Edmonds-Woodway at Jackson High School.

Zita DaRe won her singles match. In doubles, Lilly Jacobsen/Maddie Haugen and Sarah Kim/Anna Hong won their matches.

So far this season the Jackson High School's girls tennis team is now 1-1 in league play and 2-1 overall.

The full Everett Herald article can be found here:

Prep girls tennis: Edmonds-Woodway 4, Jackson 3

Jackson High School girls tennis: Jackson 4, Snohomish 3

The Everett Herald reported that the Timberwolves defeated Snohomish at Snohomish 4, 3.

For Jackson, Kelly Corbett and Zita Dare won their singles matches.

In doubles; Kari Kim and Anna Smith, and Sarah Kim and Anna Hong beat their opponents as well.

This means that Jackson is 1-0 in league play and 2-0 overall.

The full Everett Herald article can be found here:

Prep girls tennis: Jackson 4, Snohomish 3

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