Prep softball: Woodinville 14, Everett 2

EVERETT — Woodinville scored 10 runs combined in the fourth and fifth innings and went on to defeat Everett in a nonleague contest.

At Everett H.S.

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Kathryn Hatlen. and Jordyn Boyd. Erin Gordon, Sydney Taggart (4). and Erika Hall. WP—Hatlen. LP—Gordon. 2B—Hatlen (W), Nicole Shavlik (W), Bailey Hicks (W) 2, Alexis Dittoe (E). 3B—Maggie Loyet (W). HR—Tori Lettus (W). Records—Woodinville Not Reported. Everett 0-4.

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