Woodinville softball edges Inglemoor, 1-0, in eight innings

  • Friday, April 28, 2017 2:08pm
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Inglemoor’s Mackenzie DeKay and Woodinville’s Taylor Rhinehart battled it out on the mound on Thursday.

Both softball pitchers went eight innings and Woodinville finally prevailed, 1-0.

For Inglemoor, Riley Garcia and Haley King had hits.

• Mount Si defeated Bothell, 22-3, on Thursday.

Bothell got two hits and an RBI from Chaira Bassi and one hit each from Megan Marino, Malia Pinder, Shayla Cole and Maida Micheloni.

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