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Published: Monday, April 15, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Prep softball: Monroe 9, Kamiak 6

MUKILTEO -- In the top of the fourth inning Rachael Delamare hit a three-run homer and Kathleen Sundet followed with a home run of her own as Monroe rallied from a five-run deficit to defeat Kamiak 9-6 in a Wesco 4A softball game on Monday.
In addition to the strong hitting from Delamare and Sundet, Bearcats starting pitcher Alyssa Egan pitched a complete game and impressed Knights head coach Nicole Kellar from the opposing bench.
"(Egan) has a really good changeup," said Kellar. "I think that's what contributed to her nine strikeouts. The back-to-back home runs in the fourth (from Delamare and Sundet) were to straight away center. I mean they probably went...230 feet."
At Kamiak H.S.
Monroe 000 510 3--9 7 2
Kamiak 230 000 1--6 10 2
Alyssa Egan and Rachael Delamare. Alisa Ortega and Antionette Watson. WP--Egan. LP--Ortega. 2B--Kiley Ochoa (M), Kayla Johnson (M). 3B--Angie McFall (K). HR--Delamare (M), Kathleen Sundet (M). Records--Monroe 3-2 league, 5-6 overall. Kamiak 1-4, 3-7.

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Story tags » Monroe High SchoolKamiak High SchoolHigh School Softball

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