BASEBALL: Class 4A WCD brackets; state rankings

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  • Wednesday, May 13, 2009 9:01pm
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CLASS 4A WEST CENTRAL DISTRICT BASEBALL

SATURDAY, MAY 16 AT KENT MEMORIAL PARK

GAME 1: Gig Harbor (14-6) vs. Tahoma (18-2), 11 a.m., (winner takes No. 1 seed to state)

GAME 2: Curtis (12-9) vs. Central Kitsap (14-6), 11 a.m. (loser out)

GAME 3: Loser 1 vs. Winner 2, 5 p.m. (winner takes No. 4 seed to state)

SATURDAY, MAY 16 AT HEIDELBERG PARK (TACOMA)

GAME 4: Kentwood (16-3) vs. Olympia (18-2), 11 a.m., (winner takes No. 2 seed)

GAME 5: Bellarmine Prep (14-5) vs. Kentlake (12-6), 2 p.m. (loser out)

GAME 6: Loser 4 vs. Winner 5, 5 p.m. (winner takes No. 5 seed to state)

SATURDAY, MAY 16 AT HERITAGE PARK (Puyallup)

GAME 7: South Kitsap (14-5) vs. Puyallup (17-3), 11 a.m. (winner takes No. 3 seed)

GAME 8: Jefferson (12-9) vs. Emerald Ridge (14-6), 2 p.m. (loser out)

GAME 9: Loser 7 vs. Winner 8, 5 p.m. (winner takes No. 6 seed)

Washingtonbaseballpoll.com

Class 4A

1. Richland 18-2

2. Redmond 17-3

3. Marysville-Pilchuck 18-3

4. University (Spokane) 18-2

5. Heritage (Vancouver) 15-4

6. Tahoma 18-2

7. Puyallup 17-3

8. Lake Washington 15-5

9. Kelso 15-3

10. Skyline 15-6


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