Prep softball: Jackson 8, Lynnwood 7 (8)

MONROE — Despite giving up seven runs in the third, Sophia Frost pitched held Lynnwood scoreless in the other seven frames and hit 4-for-5 with two doubles to lead Jackson to a win in second round of the 4A District 1 Softball Tournament.

The extra-innings victory in the consolation-bracket game means the Timberwolves stay alive and face Kamiak Thursday. Jackson will need to win two more loser-out games to make the state tournament.

The Timberwolves battled back from the early 7-1 deficit, with pinch hitter Kirsten Scott hitting an RBI single with two outs in the seventh to send the game into extra innings. Frost pitched a scoreless eighth and Jackson had back-to-back-to-back singles in their half to win it. Kayla Ellis had the walk-off hit, scoring Tiana Lopez.

At Sky River Park

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Jessica Gott and Erica Gott. Sophia Frost and Kayla Ellis. WP—Frost. LP—Gott. 2B—Sophie Frost (J) 2. Records—Lynnwood 6-16 overall. Jackson 12-10.

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