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Sno-Valley Wildcat baseball off to a slow start

Wildcat batter Zach Kirchmeyer sends one away during play on Saturday, May 31. The local select team fell to the Seattle Raineers. - Mark Lowry / Reporter Newspapers
Wildcat batter Zach Kirchmeyer sends one away during play on Saturday, May 31. The local select team fell to the Seattle Raineers.
— image credit: Mark Lowry / Reporter Newspapers

The Sno-Valley Wildcats select boys baseball team started on a bit of a rough note this season.

The Wildcats, a U17 team this season, are currently 4-5 after nine games. Last week, they were blown out twice on their home field at Mount Si High School. On Thursday, May 29, they fell 15-2 to the Washington System team, then last Saturday, May 31, they were one-hit by the Seattle Raineers in a 9-0 loss. Devin Aberle had the lone hit.

The Wildcats’ roster this season includes many athletes who played in the Mount Si program this spring. In addition to Aberle, players include Tim Dotson, Kyle Cantalini, Tucker Edwards-King, Zach Guyer, Trevor Gardunia, Zach Kirchmeyer, Matt Lynne, Andrew Klausing, Alex Hiebert, Jeff Coble, Michael Davenport, Zack Robinson and Alec Behrends. The Wildcats are coached by Jim Robinson, Wes Guyer, and Mike Cantalini.

The Wildcats’ next home game is 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 10 at the Mount Si baseball field. The team is scheduled to play games through July 10. For more information, visit the team’s Web site at http://www.eteamz.com/svwildcat/.

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