Prep softball: Cascade 15, Mount Vernon 4 (5)

MOUNT VERNON — Sage Andersen (3-for-4) and Sarah DiPietro (2-for-4) each hit a home run and drove in five runs apiece for Cascade, which defeated Mount Vernon in the Wesco 4A crossover game.

At Mount Vernon H.S.

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Chloe McIntosh and Whitney Harris. Paityn Cyr, Gabby Factor (4) and Sam Silver. WP—McIntosh (3-6). LP—Cyr (5-6). 2B—Paige Miller (C), Natalie Schwab (C), Sarah DiPietro (C), Alex Moshier (MV). HR—Sage Andersen (C), DiPietro (C). Records—Cascade 3-6 league, 6-7 overall. Mount Vernon 2-7, 5-8.

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