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March 24, 2009 at 11:08 AM

Tuesday Morning Stars

1. Mohammed Awed, Foster, boys soccer. With two late goals — in the 60th and 70th minutes — Awed gave Foster a 2-1 win against Lindbergh.

2. Mikenzie Voves, Issaquah, girls softball. Get used to this name. She can really pitch. Against Tahoma, she struck out 14 and allowed just one hit in a 7-1 victory.

3. Mark Klick, Bishop Blanchet, baseball. In just four innings, Klick struck out 11 Nathan Hale batters, but with his hitters rolling — 15 runs on 12 hits — Klick wasn’t needed past there in a five-inning 15-1 victory.

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