Prep baseball: Granite Falls 12, Sultan 0 (5)

SULTAN — Granite Falls’ Riley Larsen and Daniel Head each doubled, homered and finished with three RBI as the Tigers defeated Sultan in a Cascade Conference game. Larsen also earned the victory on the mound, throwing a two-hit shutout and striking out 12 Turks. The Tigers’ Greg Barnett, Alex O’Neill and Tucker Zachry also had multi-hit games, respectively.

At Sultan H.S.

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Riley Larsen and Griffin Chapman. Dustin Lindahl, Kolton Anderson (3), Noah Shaw (4) and Matt Baller. WP—Larsen (2-1). LP—Lindhal (0-3). 2B—Larsen, Daniel Head (GF), Greg Barnett (GF). HR—Larsen, Head. Records—Granite Falls 4-3 league, 5-4 overall. Sultan 0-6, 0-7.

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