The Vikings baseball team (2-5) showed improvement in a 4-1 win against Cedar Park Christian Mount Lake Terrace (5-6) at Buck Park on April 17.
“This was the best we have played all year, we only had one defensive error,” said Coach Jim Passer.
Rylan Date pitched a solid game with four strikeouts while Orcas bats got hits off a good pitcher and defense.
In the second inning, Daniel Briggs scored first, starting with a single, then stealing second and brought home by a single from Gwydon Marreth. Pasha Bullock scored in the third inning while Miles Harlow hit an RBI bring home Devon Stanzione for the score.
In the fourth inning Kyle Masters pounded a triple and scored on a ground out by Bullock.
Passer was pleased with the win.
“Cedar Park is a good team, they beat LaConner,” he said. “We are completing with them for a playoff spot. We are getting better every week. We have shown improvement that is now translating into wins.”
The Friday Harbor game scheduled for April 19 was rained out. Orcas plays Darrington next.