Prep softball: Lake Stevens 1, Monroe 0

MONROE — Dakota Pitzer’s RBI single in the top of the seventh drove in Kahlia Kelliher for the only run of the game as Lake Stevens wrapped up the regular season with a win over Monroe. Vikings starter Sierra Card threw a complete-game shutout and struck out seven to outduel the Bearcats’ Alyssa Egan, who allowed just two hits and had five strikeouts. The Vikings will enter the playoffs as the No. 3 seed from the Wesco 4A North. Lake Stevens and Arlington finished tied for second place, but the Eagles won the tiebreaker draw.

At Sky River Park

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Sierra Card and Tehya Harney. Alyssa Egan and Rachael Delamare. WP—Card. LP—Egan. Records—Lake Stevens 11-3 league, 15-5 overall. Monroe 8-6, 10-10.

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