Sumner Spartans take fourth in state | Baseball

The Spartans played some tough baseball in the state championship taking home fourth place after an excellent season and postseason run.

The Spartans played some tough baseball in the state championship taking home fourth place after an excellent season and postseason run.

Sumner started the tournament off right May 19 with a 1-0 win over Aberdeen at  W.F. West High School in Chehalis.

Logan Christensen was the winning hurler going the distance striking out eight and walking four.

Chayce Christensen went 1-3 at the plate and Luc Powers-Hubbard hit 2-3.

Next up was a battle with North Thurston that Sumner won 5-4.

Christian Parsons was the winning pitcher.

Bryan Adkins hit 2-3 with one RBI, one double and one triple.

Parsons hit a double and Cole Edwards hit 2-3.

Friday Sumner moved to County Stadium in Yakima and lost to Lynden in the final four 5-1.

In the final game the Spartans fell to East Valley 3-0 on Saturday.

Brandon Boyd hit a two bagger in that contest.

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