Juanita wins two straight in 3A KingCo baseball action

Juanita won its second straight game with a 7-1 win over Sammamish in 3A KingCo baseball action on Monday.

JD Worcester had three hits, including a homer, and two RBIs to go along with Jayson Schroeder’s two hits and two RBIs to raise the Rebels’ league record to 2-3.

In a 12-1 victory over Liberty on April 6, Kyle Taylor had four hits and three RBIs, Schroeder had two RBIs and earned the victory from the mound, Austin Santiago had two hits and Kelcey Kisker had two RBIs.

On the Lake Washington side, the Kangs went 1-1 in their last two league games, a 9-6 win over Redmond on April 6 and a 6-1 loss to Liberty on Monday.

Against Redmond, the Kangs got two hits apiece from Travis Lee, Nick Anderson, Michael Buchanan and Torin Montgomery, who cranked a homer and had three RBIs. Nation Wood also homered for the Kangs, who are 3-2 in league.

In the Liberty loss, Anderson and Wood had two hits apiece.

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