The 2019 Washington high school baseball season wrapped up Saturday with six state championship games across the state. Here’s a roundup of every state title game, plus photos.
1B: Almira/Coulee-Hartline 10, Odessa 0
Dalton Kentner pitched a two-hit shutout to lead Almira/Coulee-Hartline to a 10-0 win over Odessa in the 1B baseball state championship game at Parker Faller Field in Yakima on Saturday.
It was the second consecutive state title for Almira/Coulee-Hartline (23-1).
2B: Asotin 2, Kalama 0
Devin Fry drove in the go-ahead run in the second inning and Asotin went on to beat Kalama 2-0 in a rain-delayed 2B baseball state championship game Sunday in Yakima.
It was the first baseball state championship for Asotin since 1985.
1A: University Prep 8, Seattle Christian 7
University Prep scored eight runs in the third inning then held on to beat Seattle Christian 8-7 in the 1A baseball state championship game Saturday in Yakima.
Nathan Crawford drove in two runs, including a go-ahead two-RBI single and Yoshi Malady drove in one for University Prep (16-7), which won its first state title.
2A: Selah 7, Fife 1
Payton Andreas pitched a complete-game five-hitter and drove in two runs to lead Selah to a 7-1 win over Fife in the 2A baseball state championship game Saturday in Yakima.
It was Selah’s second state title in the last four years.
3A: Lake Washington 3, O’Dea 2
Lake Washington secured a double-play in the bottom of the seventh inning, capped by a pick-off at third base, to defeat O’Dea 3-2 in the 3A state championship on Saturday at Gesa Stadium.
It was the Kangs’ second state title in four years.
4A: Moses Lake 5, Olympia 3
Moses Lake staved off a streaking Olympia 5-3 to win the 4A Washington state baseball championship Saturday night at Gesa Stadium thanks to stable pitching, and defensive playmaking.
It was Moses Lakes’ first state title since 1981.