Former Anacortes baseball star Anthony Notaro has seen the field in his freshman season on the Washington State University baseball team.
Notaro has appeared in 14 games, including stints against Pac-12 opponents Oregon and Washington. He’s hitting .333 with 10 hits, two RBI and three walks for the Cougars. His tally includes a double against Oregon, two hits against Loyola Marymount and two runs scored against California State University, Northridge.
Notaro was a two-time all-state selection and the Skagit Valley Herald Baseball Player of the Year his senior season.
Mihelich competes for George Fox
Former Sedro-Woolley standout Davis Mihelich won an event and was part of a winning relay team for the George Fox University track and field team at the Northwest Conference Championships in his freshman season.
Mihelich ran on the Bruins’ 400-meter relay team, which won in 41.58 seconds, setting a new event record and notching the fourth fastest time in school history.
He also won the 400 (48.52) as the Bruins finished ahead of Whitworth to claim their third straight conference title.
The competition wrapped up April 27 in Tacoma.
Mihelich starred in football, basketball and track and field for Sedro-Woolley, and was the Skagit Valley Herald Boys’ Athlete of the Year in 2017.
George Fox is an NCAA Division III school in Newberg, Oregon.
Metcalf wraps up season for Morningside College
Nic Metcalf put in a solid season for the Morningside College baseball team.
The former Burlington-Edison standout hit .365 for the NAIA school in Sioux City, Iowa.
He hit six home runs and seven doubles.
Metcalf started 44 games for the Mustangs, who went 26-19 and sported a 14-13 conference record.
He plays first base and is in his junior year.