Prep softball: Granite Falls 16, South Whidbey 6

GRANITE FALLS — Logan Thomas batted 2-for-2, scoring three runs and reached base in all five plate appearances, Peyton Spencer was 3-for-5 with three runs scored, three RBI and three stolen bases and Jamie Alexander (1-for-2) hit a triple for the second consecutive game and drove in three runs as Granite Falls defeated South Whidbey in the Cascade Conference game. With the win, the Tigers clinched a district berth. South Whidbey’s Alex Kubeska batted 2-for-3 with a home run and a triple, driving in four runs.

At Granite Falls H.S.

South Whidbey100140—663

Granite Falls12184x—1692

Alex Kubeska, Mackenzie Hezel (4) and Anne Madsen. Kimmy Martinez and Peyton Spencer. WP—Martinez (10-1). LP—Kubeska. 2B—Mikayla Engstrom (GF). 3B—Jamie Alexander (GF), Chelsea Myntti (GF), Chantel Brown (SW), Kubeska (SW). HR—Kubeska (SW). Records—South Whidbey 5-9 league, 6-9 overall. Granite Falls 11-1, 11-1.

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