Gavin Gorrell, Nick Solomon, Justin Lutz, Owen Roche, Matt Dolewski, Jake Simmons Mason Marenco Gavin Gorrell, Nick Solomon, Justin Lutz, Owen Roche, Matt Dolewski, Jake Simmons and Mason Marenco, all from Mount Si High School, competed in the KingCo All-Star baseball game June 1. Gorrell and Marenco were also chosen to compete in this weekend’s All-State tournament in Yakima. Photo courtesy of Richard Dolewski

Mount Si baseball players wrap up season with KingCo All-Star game wins

  • Friday, June 9, 2017 12:37pm
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Seven Mount Si athletes Gavin Gorrell, Mason Marenco, Matt Dolewski, Owen Roche, Justin Lutz, Jake Simmons and Nick Solomon, competed in the All KingCo baseball All-Star game June 1 at Eastlake High School.

The game featured 40 All-Star players from KingCo in a double-header, pitting the 4A players, including Mount Si, against a combined team of 3A and 2A . The 4A boys won both games.

Out of the 40 All-Stars playing, four players from the 4A team, including Gorrell and Marenco, and three players from the 3A/2A combined team were selected as All State and will compete in the All State Baseball tournament, June 10 and 11 in Yakima.

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