Prep softball: Snohomish 4, Cascade 0

MONROE — Snohomish beat Cascade 4-0 behind a dominant outing by freshman pitcher Alyssa Simons, who struck out 14 in a two-hit shutout and also contributed a solo home run. The Panthers will face the third-place finisher from KingCo for a berth to state.

Anna Pisac drove in a pair of runs in Snohomish’s third-place victory, and in an 11-1 victory over Kamiak earlier in the day, she went 4 for 4 with a home run, a double and four RBI.

At Sky River Park

Cascade 000 000 0—0 2 1

Snohomish 100 120 x—4 5 2

Makinlee Sellevold and Alex Deaver. Alyssa Simons and Morgan Greenlee. WP—Simons. LP—Sellevold. HR—Simons (S). 2B—Chloe McIntosh (C), Aubrey Peterson (C). Records—Cascade 19-4 overall. Snohomish 21-3.

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