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Published: Tuesday, April 16, 2013, 9:16 p.m.

Prep softball: Archbishop Murphy 10, South Whidbey 3

EVERETT -- Gemma Miller and Anna Whitehouse had back-to-back home runs in the sixth to break open the game for Archbishop Murphy and lead the Wildcats to a Cascade Conference win. Miller and Whitehouse each had four RBI in the game. Also hitting well for the Wildcats were Alyson Matriotti who went 3-for-4 with an RBI and Jessica Lucas who hit 2-for-3. Lucas, a junior right fielder, was starting in just her third game since joining the team this year.
At Archbishop Murphy H.S.
South Whidbey 201 000 0--3 2 1
Archbishop Murphy 140 005 x--10 14 2
Mackenzie Hezel, Alex Kubeska (3), Mackenzie Hezel (6) and Anne Madsen. Megan Ehlbracht and Alyson Matriotti. WP--Ehlbracht (1-1). LP--Hezel. 2B--Anne Madsen (SW), Anna Whitehouse (AM). 3B--Maureen Kelly (AM). HR--Gemma Miller (AM), Anna Whitehouse (AM). Records--South Whidbey 0-10 league, 1-10 overall. Archbishop Murphy 4-4, 4-6.

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

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