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g--The GLOBE Major All-Stars to play Tonight Marysville's Major Little League All- Stars tangle with Lake Stevens tonight at S o'clock in the winner's bracket final of the district tournament being played at Everett's Garfield Park. The local stars of manager Lloyd Seibert and coach Steve Akiyama earned the right to play in the "A" side final with their 7-3 victory Saturday over the Stilly Valley stars. The winner of tonight's game will play the loser's bracket survivor Friday at 7 p.m. at Garfield in what could prove to be the district title game. A second game, if necessary, would be played Saturday at II a.m. A loss by Marysville would drop the team into the loser's bracket whore it would have to keep on winning to qualify for the championship game(s) of the 17-team district tourney. The district champion earns the right to play in the state tournament. Ryan Schei tossed a seven-hitter, struck out six and walked only one in sending Marysville to its third win in as many games in the tournament. Marysville opened up play the previous Saturday with a 4-0 win over North Whidhoy as Shane Pahukna fired a one-hitter. Brian Marshall also had himself a one-hitter in Marysville-s 2-0 victory over Mukiiteo last Thursday. Marysvflle and the Stilly Valley All- Stars battled through a scoreless first two innings before Darren Conn's bunt single started things for the boys of Seibert and Akiyama. Jerry Lewis then laid down a sacrifice bunt that sent Corm to second base, from where he scored the game's first run on a single by Margo Guzman. Gut.man, who led all hitters with a sparkling 3-for-4 performance, then scored on a sharp single by Pahukna. Marysville added three more runs in their half of the inning for a 5-0 lead going into the fourth. A single by Marshall Ryan plated Pahukoa with the third run. Mark" Reed then followed with another single, and Jay Shinnick sent two more acro~ when he lofted a fly deep to left center. Marysville added a pair of i~urance runs in the fifth, Guzman getting the hall rolling with a double up the middle. Pahukoa got aboard with a bunt single, and Mark Reed sent them both across with the second double of the inning. Reed finished the game with two hits in three times up, Pahukoa had a 2-for-4 per- formance, and Marshall Ryan collected one hit in two plate appearances. Lake Stevens qualified for tonight's "A" side final by beating Snohomish Saturday afternoon. Brian Marshall's one-hit victory in Marysville's 2-0 decision against Mukilteo included 10 strikeouts and only one walk over the full six innings. Marysville managed only five hits against the strong pitching of Mukilten, potting three to good me when it scored Wednesday, July 27, 19113 single runs in the fourth and fifth innings. Pahukoa walked to open the fourth, went to second on a walk to John Spenser, and scored on Jay Shinnick's double. Jerry Lewis reached base on a bunt single, advanced on Guzman's sacrifice bunt, and came across with the game's se- cond run on a single by Pahukoa. Shinnick was the big bitter for Marysville with a pair of safeties in three times up, while Lewis, Pahukoa and Corm all picked up one. Marysvllle and North Whidhoy were locked in a scoreless duel for four innings before Pahukoa showed some power at the plate as well as on the mound. Pahukoa finished with a one-hitter that included eight strikeouts and five walks, and drove in a pair of runs to raise Marysville's lead to 3-0 with a single. Brian Marshall doubled to open the fifth inning, and came across the plate with Marysville's first run when Corm sent a sacrifice fly deep to the outfield. Lewis then walked and Guzman reached base via and error to help set the stage for MARYSVILLE MAJORS PLATE ANOTHER RUN play in the second inning. Pahukoa led Marysville at the plate with two hits in three times up and two RBIs. Corm, Marshall Ryan and Brian Marshall had one hit apiece: Seniors come together Marysville's Senior All-Stars. started putting things together in the later innings of their final game in the district Little league tournament last week. But the heroics came a little too late to stave off elimination in Marysville's first- ever venture into Senior Little League post-season play. The local stars of coaches Tom Lester and Glenn Samms scored six runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to send their Tuesday, July 19, game against Stilly Valley into extra innings tied at 8-8. The Stilly Valley Stars, who themselves had scored six runs back in the fifth inning to take an 8-2 lead, eventually scored the winning run in the 10th on a single, a walk and an error. "I felt if we could jell - come together and play some good ball - that we would have a chance," coach Lester said. "We really started jelling late in our last ballgame. A little too late." Marysville dropped the first game of the double knockout tournament at Everett's Riverdale Park, a 6-4 decision to South Everett American. But the team bounced back for a 6-1 win July 18 over the Mountlake Terrace All-Stars to stay alive. The odds were against Marysville, Lester and Samms pointing but it would have taken a string of eight victories to make the trip to the state tournament. Walks to Dan Gross, Robbie Martof and Troy Myers loaded the bases for Marysville in its six-run seventh inning. Curt Nilson, the fourth man in the order, singled to send Gross home with the first run, and a walk to Steve Buell sent Martof home with the second. Pinch-hitter Jim Carlson then lashed a three-run triple, and scored the tying run when Russ Leatherman sent a sacrifice fly to left. But what could have been a winning rally ended with a strike-out and a ground- out to the pitcher. Marysvi]]e had taken a 1-0 lead in the Re- cond inning when Leathorman singled, stole second, went to third on a sacrifice bunt by Bill Hodgins, and scored on a sacrifice fly by Ken Gray. MaryeviUe moved to a 2-0 advantage in the third when Martof singled to left, stole second and scored when Marshall Leaf doubled to left-center. Stilly Valley knotted the score with a pair of runs in the fourth. Pitchers Darwin Ullestad and Gray per- mitted only six hits, Ullestad yielding four before giving way to Gray with one gone in the fifth inning. Gray allowed two the rest of the way, in- cluding one in the 10th inning which even- tually led to the winning run. Marysville clipped the Terrace All-Stars with the help of four runs in the first inn- ing. Mazrtof sent the first run home with a double to left field after Ullestad opened the bottom of the first with a walk. 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