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Prep baseball: Sedro-Woolley 13, Everett 10

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SEDRO-WOOLLEY -- Connor Garrison's grand slam highlighted a fifth inning in which Sedro-Woolley scored 7 runs to erase a 10-6 deficit and propelled the Cubs to the nonleague win over Everett. Junior Austin Schuetzie singled in the inning's first run, Garrison hit home four and Curtis Robbins' double brought in two more. Schuetzie was 4-for-4 with three stolen bases and four runs scored. Everett's Lucas Arnestad hit a three-run double in the second inning. Leadoff hitter Brendan Soelling batted 3-for-3 with two RBI and a double for the Seagulls.
At Janicki Fields
Everett 030 430 0--10 11 3
Sedro-Woolley 101 470 0--13 12 2
Eric Allen, Sam Loomis (4), Brendan Soelling (6) and Jon Brakke. Kyle Johnson, AJ Emde (4), Austin Schuetzie (5) and Colby Walker. WP--Schuetzie (not reported). LP--Loomis (1-2). 2B--Schuetzie (S-W) 1, Ellis (S-W) 1, Johnson (S-W) 1, Robbins (S-W) 1, Soelling (E) 1, Arnestad (E). HR--Garrison (S-W) 1. Records--Everett 5-8 overall. Sedro-Woolley not reported.
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