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Published: Wednesday, May 7, 2014, 7:10 p.m.

Prep softball: Snohomish 11, Mount Vernon 0 (5)

SNOHOMISH — Alyssa Simons (3-for-4) belted two home runs and finished with four RBI to lead Snohomish — which got another homer by Katlyn Purvis — to the Wesco 4A North win. Panthers pitcher Bailey Seek struck out 15 batters and didn’t surrender a hit in the game.
At Snohomish H.S.
Mount Vernon 000 00x x — 0 0 3
Snohomish 211 34x x — 11 14 0
Gabby Factor, Paityn Cyr (3) and Sam Silver. Bailey Seek and Morgan Greenlee. WP—Seek. LP—Factor. 2B—Trysten Melhart (S). 3B—Greenlee (S). HR—Alyssa Simons (S) 2, Katlyn Purvis (S). Records—Mount Vernon 2-10 league, 5-11 overall. Snohomish 12-0, 18-0.

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