Prep softball: Cascade 9, Jackson 0

MONROE — Paige Miller, Aubrey Peterson and Chloe McIntosh each went 3-for-4 for Cascade in a 3A District 1 Softball Tournament win. The loss ended Jackson’s season. Cascade went on to lose to Snohomish in the tournament’s loser-out, winner-to-state third-place game.

At Sky River Park

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Sophie Frost and K. Ellis. Makinlee Sellevold and Alex Deaver. WP—Frost. LP—Sellevold. 2B—Aubrey Peterson (C), Whitney Harris (C). HR—Sage Andersen (C). Records—Jackson 12-10 overall. Cascade 19-4.

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