Sports: Chimacum wins district championship

SUMNER — Marcus Moug remained perfect on the year, and Chimacum High School won the West Central District 2A championship — and the district’s top seed to the regional 2A state playoffs — with an easy win Saturday morning.

The Cowboys dropped Klahowya 11-1.

Moug pitched the complete game victory at Daffodil Valley Sports Complex, striking out eight and walking one while giving up five hits.

Sam Evasick and Jesse Minish led the Cowboys at the plate, each with three hits.

Evasick went 3-for-5 with two RBIs, and Minish was 3-for-3 with a triple.

Chimacum (16-4) jumped ahead with seven runs in the first inning, chasing Klahowya starter Joel Periot. The Eagles used three pitchers in the game.

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