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Published: Friday, April 26, 2013, 9:28 p.m.

Prep baseball: Kamiak 19, Mariner 0 (5)

EVERETT -- Niko Umpleby had two hits and knocked in five and Nathan Piccini added three hits as Kamiak defeated Mariner in a Wesco 4A South game.
At Mariner H.S.
Kamiak 307 54x x--19 11 0
Mariner 000 00x x--0 3 1
Brandon Gustafson, Bret Ludeman (2), Bryson Riker (5) and Wilson Kessel, Brent Haub (4). Duong, Rana (4), Nadat (4), Linares (5) and Smith. WP--Gustafson. LP--Duong. 2B--Niko Umpleby (K), Linares. Records--Kamiak 8-5 league, 10-7 overall. Mariner 1-11, 1-16.

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