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March 21, 2012 at 8:25 AM

Tuesday’s high-school softball highlights

The weather continues to wreak havoc with the spring diamond sports. There were a few high-school softball games that made it into the books Tuesday, and here are the highlights (we have scores only for some games, so those won’t be included):

Emerald Ridge 17, Curtis 2 (5 innings)

Stephanie Riley ripped three hits, including a home run, and scored four times, while Abi Farrow had a homer and five RBI to spark the Jaguars, who led just 3-1 after three innings. Meagan Hendrix got all 15 outs via strikeout and allowed just four hits. Emily Knutsen had one of the Curtis hits and scored both runs.

Rogers 12, Spanaway Lake 1 (5 innings)

Rylee Whispel drove in four runs, while Cydney Beckwith and Tess Dixon each had a pair of RBI.

Eastlake 20, Eastside Catholic 0

Very sparse highlights on this one (no inning-by-inning scoring). Jessica Rubideaux was 2-for-3 with a double and Zoe March homered.

Arlington 7, Ferndale 1 (5 innings)

The Eagles scored seven times in the bottom of the fifth to finish the game. They put together 11 hits, including three by Lindsay Arumdson (two of them doubles) and two apiece by Katelyn Botten and Rachel Dacklund. Hayley Fields earned the victory, scattering three hits and striking out five.

Juanita 16, Mercer Island 0 (5 innings)

Milloy Kawabata was the winning pitcher as the Rebels scored 12 times in the opening inning. No hitting highlights reported.

Bellevue 12, Sammamish 1 (5 innings)

Anjani Briggs and Taylor Cooke both went 3-for-3, with Briggs bashing two doubles and Cooke connecting on one. Kaitlyn Melby homered and drove in three runs. Emily Fleischman notched the victory. Sammamish got triples from Kasey Hormel and A. Hormel (sorry, can’t find her first name).

Nathan Hale 14, Cleveland 0 (5 innings)

Emily Rimar went 4-for-4 with a home run, while Katie Cramer was 2-for-2. Brianna Turnbough appears to have a five-inning perfect game with no hits or walks allowed.

Glacier Peak 5, Meadowdale 3

The Grizzlies plated three runs in the bottom of the seventh to win it. Callie Bircher not only was the winning pitcher, but went 2-for-4 with a double.

Lynnwood 11, Oak Harbor 1 (6 innings)

Erica Gott was key on the mound (allowed four hits, fanning six) and at the plate (4-for-5, two doubles). Meagan Crabtree added a home run and single.

Bonney Lake 12, Sumner 0

Christian McKone was 4-for-5 and Kayla Wells went 3-for-5 with a triple to key the 10-hit offensive attack. Rendi Johnson was the winning pitcher.

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