Prep softball: Granite Falls 10, Cedarcrest 9

GRANITE FALLS — Mikayla Engstrom batted 2-for-3 with three RBI to help Granite Falls end the regular season with a come-from-behind victory over Cedarcrest. Makenzie McLaughlin went 3-for-3 and drove in two runs for the Tigers. Granite Falls’ Hailey Teter scored the winning run from third base in the bottom of the seventh after a Red Wolves’ outfielder dropped a fly ball off the bat of Kasey Bergan.

At Granite Falls H.S.

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Granite Falls1320121—10168

Morgan Brown and Rachel Kent. Lauren Harding and Kasey Bergan, Caitlinn Santiesteban (6). WP—Harding (17-1). LP—Brown (1-7). 2B—Karen Bombstead (C), Taylor Arndt (GF), Kelsey Bechtholdt (GF), Dannica West (GF). 3B—Mikayla Engstrom (GF), Kasey Bergan (GF). Records—Cedarcrest 6-12 league, 7-12 overall. Granite Falls 17-1, 18-2.

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