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Published: Friday, March 29, 2013, 6:25 p.m.

Prep softball: Snohomish 11, Mount Vernon 0 (6)

SNOHOMISH -- Trysten Melhart went 3-for-4, including a double and a triple, scored three runs and drove in two to lead Snohomish to a Wesco 4A North win over Mount Vernon. Bailey Seek added a home run in the sixth for the Panthers.
At Snohomish H.S.
Mount Vernon 000 000 x--0 1 4
Snohomish 001 352 x--11 11 0
Stefanie Witman, Gabby Factor (6) and Kylie Romero. Jenny Winston, Alyssa Simmons (6) and Morgan Greenlee. WP--Winston (2-0). LP--Witman. 2B--Trysten Melhart (S), Anna Pisac (S). 3B--Melhart. HR--Bailey Seek (S). Records--Mount Vernon 0-2 league, 4-2 overall. Snohomish 2-0, 6-0.

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