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Preps: Seasons end for Ferndale & Sehome baseball

Preps: Seasons end for Ferndale & Sehome baseball

In Northwest Conference baseball district playoff action…

The Ferndale Golden Eagles had their season come to an end falling to Meadowdale 5-to-4 in a loser out contest.

In 2A action Squalicum stayed alive with a 1-nothing win over Sehome ending the Mariners season. And Lynden lost in the district semi-finals to Anacortes 7-to-2 . The Lions and Storm will play in a loser out contest Saturday at 11am at Daniels Field in Anacortes.

In single-A play Nooksack Valley extended their season with a 7-to-3 win over Eatonville. The Pioneers will play another loser out game Thursday against Overlake at Marymoor Park

The Meridian Trojans open up district action Thursday as they play host to Seattle Christian at 4pm.

(KPUG Newsroom – Doug Lange)

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