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March 29, 2012 at 11:26 AM

Wednesday’s high-school softball highlights

It’s raining, it’s pouring and it could be a boring day for high-school softball fans in the area.

The weather was a bit better in some areas Wednesday, with several games reported, and here are those highlights:

Newport 8, Redmond 6

The Knights got two hits apiece from Bridget Raftery (a home run and double), Indiana Coxey (two doubles) and India Gants (double, single). For Redmond, Hannah Parish had two hits, while Blake Gransee homered and Elaine Wang tripled.

Issaquah 3, Skyline 2 (5 innings)

Kylie Bevelle had the game-winning RBI and Brielle Bray struck out eight in a pitching duel against Megan Burris. Both gave up just three hits.

Bothell 12, Roosevelt 0 (5 innings)

Kendra Heyer was 3-for-3 with a home run, double, three RBi and three runs scored. Camille Weisenbach also homered in a 3-for-3 effort and the Cougars got three more hits from Sammie Morris, including a triple.

Rogers 14, Curtis 2 (6 innings)

Tess Dixon hammered a pair of home runs, driving in five, and Rylee Whispel had a two singles for the Rams. Curtis’ Jessica Woodruff was 3-for-3 with a double.

Kentlake 19, Kent-Meridian 1 (5 innings)

Hanna Sauget got the win and didn’t allow a hit (not sure if she pitched all five innings). No Kentlake offensive highlights listed.

Arlington 11, Stanwood 1 (5 innings)

Hayley Fields struck out five and allowed just three hits — which is also the amount she had, accounting for four RBI for the No. 5 Eagles. Ronnie Ladines stroked three hits as well, including a double, and drove in three.

Lake Stevens 2, Marysville-Pilchuck 0

The fourth-ranked Tomahawks tumbled again as Lake Stevens’ Rayne Sylvester doubled in a run and earned the victory on the mound.

Jackson 9, Cascade 1

Molly McCall homered and drove in three for the Timberwolves.

Kamiak 11, Mariner 1 (6 innings)

Michelle Montgomery threw three innings to get the victory and went 2-for-3 with a double. Angie McFall also had a pair of hits, scoring twice.

Lake Washington 5, Bellevue 4

Taylor Ferleman drove in all but one of the LW runs, going 4-for-4 with a pair of homers. Audrey Sundene was 2-for-3. Bellevue’s Katie Savard went 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI.

Bainbridge 13, Eastside Catholic 0 (5 innings)

It appears Hailey Willmann threw a five-inning perfect game, striking out eight for the No. 4 Spartans. Offensively, Kate Kinney went 4-for-4 with a double and RBI, while Riley Gregoire was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI.

Holy Names 9, Bishop Blanchet 0

Claire McCarthy was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI, while Sylvie Thomas tossed a three-hit shutout, striking out five with no walks.

Chief Sealth 6, West Seattle 3

The Seahawks got two hits apiece from Alana Sullivan (including a double), Samantha Foy and winning pitcher Chloe Behar. West Seattle’s Toni Spadoni spanked a two-run home run.

Cleveland 18, Rainier Beach 3 (4 innings)

Trieste Tialavea and Jenee Wilson both had two hits for the Eagles.

Enumclaw 8, Bonney Lake 2

Both teams had 10 hits, but the Hornets (two got two of them from Sarah Morrow) made the most of theirs. Kali Peterson was 3-for-4 for the Panthers, who also got two hits each from Bailey Ahern and Jacqui Courneya.

Auburn Mountainview 19, Decatur 1 (5 innings)

Delene Colburn hit for the cycle, driving in seven runs, and also earned the victory on the mound. Quierra Bradford added two hits and drove in four.

Glacier Peak 1, Mountlake Terrace 0

Callie Bircher’s home run in the first inning stood up, and she made sure of it by throwing the complete-game shutout, fanning eight. Chantel Conrad contributed a pair of doubles. Amanda Aversano had two hits for the Hawks.

Meadowdale 5, Oak Harbor 0

Alyssa Ruebel pitched a no-hitter, striking out 11 and walking none. The Mavs countered with 12 hits, including three each from Shannon Haukup and Lindsey Milner.



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