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Published: Saturday, April 20, 2013, 9:51 p.m.

Prep baseball: Bush 10, Darrington 3; Darrington 5, Bush 4 (5)

DARRINGTON -- Darrington and Bush split a doubleheader on Saturday. Bush won the first game behind a seven-run second inning. In game two, Colton Anderson pitched 42/3 inning of three-hit ball to pace the Loggers to a 5-4 win over in five innings.
At Darrington H.S.
Bush 270 100 0--10 10 0
Darrington 100 200 0--3 4 3
Berhe and Curtis. Austin Edwards, Andrew Young (3) and Cooper Young. WP--Berhe. LP--Edwards. 2B--Felipe Valencia (D). Records--Bush not reported. Darrington 0-11.
game two
At Darrington H.S.
Bush 110 02x x--4 4 0
Darrington 000 5xx x--5 6 0
Freedman and Curtis. Colton Anderson, Trent Green (5) and Andrew Young. WP--Anderson. LP--Freedman. 2B--Tevlin (B), Tyler Simmons (D), Green (D). Records--Bush not reported. Darrington 1-11.

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