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Published: Tuesday, March 19, 2013, 8:24 p.m.

Prep softball: Coupeville 9, South Whidbey 8

COUPEVILLE -- McKayla Bailey hit a double with runners on second and third to score the winning run and earn Coupeville its first Cascade Conference win of the season. The Wolves got a late start to the season as their first two games were rained out buy they didn't waste any time once they got on the field, playing a back-and-forth game that ended with the dramatic walk-off double. Bessie Walstad and Hailey Hammer also got two hits apiece for Coupeville. Cantel Brown and Haley Viers were both 3-for-5 and Ellie Greene had a triple for South Whidbey in the loss.
At Coupeville H.S.
South Whidbey 210 220 1--8 15 2
Coupeville 102 400 2--9 9 4
Mackenzie Hezel and Anne Madsen. McKayla Bailey, Maria Rockwell (5) and Bessie Walstad. WP--Rockwell (1-0). LP--Hezel. 2B--Chantel Brown (SW), Haley Viers (SW) 3, Merrow (SW), M. Davis (SW), Madeline Roberts (C), McKayla Bailey (C). 3B--Ellie Greene (SW). Records--South Whidbey 0-3 league, 0-3 overall. Coupeville 1-0, 1-0.

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Story tags » Coupeville High SchoolSouth Whidbey High SchoolHigh School Softball

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