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March 15, 2012 at 11:27 AM

Wednesday’s high-school softball highlights

Only two area high-school softball games were reported Wednesday (the others likely were rained out). Here are those highlights:

Kentlake 8, Auburn Mountainview 6

The Falcons tallied three runs in the top of the seventh to pull ahead. Kellie Nielsen bashed a pair of triples and drove in two runs, while Brit Jacobson had a triple and single and one RBI. Hannah Sauget struck out 12, picking up the victory. For Auburn Mountainview, Delene Colburn crushed a home run and drove in three. Quierra Bradford went 2-for-3 with one RBI.

Oak Harbor 4, Mount Vernon 2

Morgan Young (3-for-4, RBI) and Shawna Steele (2-for-4, RBI, run) keyed the Wildcats’ offense and Emily Saar threw a solid five innings, allowing just three hits while strike out 11. Mount Vernon ended up with four hits, three of them by Ky Romero, who had a solo homer and also an RBI single.

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