North Creek’s Ashley Saenz connects with a pitch. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

North Creek’s Ashley Saenz connects with a pitch. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

North Creek knocks off Bothell

  • Tuesday, April 23, 2019 11:07am
  • Sports

North Creek’s softball squad defeated Bothell, 14-2, in 4A KingCo action on April 22.

In the five-inning game at Bothell High, Sierra Hein homered for North Creek and Elizabeth Peoples nailed three hits and had two RBIs for the Jaguars.

For Bothell, Brooke Davis homered.


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Bothell’s Briella Wyllys tosses the ball to Reese McDonald for a force out. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Bothell’s Briella Wyllys tosses the ball to Reese McDonald for a force out. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

North Creek’s Katie Ingersol slides in safely at home. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

North Creek’s Katie Ingersol slides in safely at home. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

North Creek’s Malia Pinder squares around to bunt. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

North Creek’s Malia Pinder squares around to bunt. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Bothell’s Reese McDonald throws a runner out at first. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Bothell’s Reese McDonald throws a runner out at first. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

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