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Published: Tuesday, May 1, 2012, 8:56 p.m.

Prep softball: Archbishop Murphy 13, Sultan 4

EVERETT -- Gemma Miller (two doubles) and Chelsea Newgard (three RBI) each finished 5-for-5 and Anna Whitehouse drove in four to key Archbishop Murphy's Cascade Conference win. Heather Monte had three hits and three RBI for the Turks.
At Archbishop Murphy H.S.
Sultan 001 012 0--4 8 2
Archbishop Murphy 300 343 0--13 21 2
Jolene Makinaw and Rachel Kirkpatrick. Gemma Miller, Chelsea Newgard (5) and Marea Homes. WP--Miller. LP--Makinaw. 2B--Heather Monte (S) 1, Gemma Miller (AM) 2, Marea Homes (AM) 1. Records--Sultan 1-12 league, 1-12 overall. Archbishop Murphy 5-10, 5-10.

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Story tags » Sultan High SchoolArchbishop Thomas J. Murphy High SchoolHigh School Softball

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