Prep baseball: Snohomish 12, Mount Vernon 0 (5)

MOUNT VERNON — Snohomish’s Russell Crippen, who recently announced he’s verabally committed to play baseball at University of Texas-Abilene Christian, finished 4-for-4 with a double and two triples as the Panthers shut out the Bulldogs in five innings in a Wesco 4A North game. Tanner Arrington pitched five scoreless innings and batted 2-for-4 with a home run for the Panthers.

At Dream Field


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Tanner Arrington and Ben Johnston. Ryan Frederickson, Alex Ibarra (2) and Mitchell Wohlman. WP—Arrington (1-0). LP—Frederickson (0-1). 2B—Russell Crippen (S), Mitch McCulley (S). 3B—Russell Crippen (S) 2. HR—Tanner Arrington (S). Records—Mount Vernon 1-2 league, 1-3 overall. Snohomish 3-0, 4-1.

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