Prep baseball: Glacier Peak 16, Mountlake Terrace 12 (8)

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Senior Austin Hines’ RBI double in the top of the eighth inning gave Glacier Peak the lead for good against Mountlake Terrace in extra innings Wednesday afternoon. Hines finished 4-for-5 at the plate as the Grizzlies tallied 18 hits in the game.

At Mountlake Terrace H.S.

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Cole Walchenbach, Kyle Umperovitch (5), Branson Barnecut (6) and Geoff Rodgers. Dominic DeMiero, Raiden Silva (4), Keegan Otter (5), Jesse Prothero (8) and Wyatt Allemann. WP—Barnecut (1-1). LP—Prothero (1-1). 2B—Ryan Ober (GP), Austin Hines (GP), Barnecut (GP), Ty Deckwa (GP), Rodgers (GP), Jason Shevenko (MT), DeMiero (MT). 3B—Ray Rude (GP). Records—Glacier Peak 2-1 league, 2-4 overall. Mountlake Terrace 3-4, 2-2.

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