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Published: Saturday, March 9, 2013, 10:12 p.m.

Prep baseball: Burlington-Edison 5, Archbishop Murphy 2

EVERETT -- Camden Buchanan drove in two runs, but defending 2A state champion Archbishop Murphy dropped its season opener to Burlington-Edison. Zander Clouse added two hits for the Wildcats.
At Archbishop Murphy H.S.
Burlington-Edison 200 021 0--5 7 1
Archbishop Murphy 010 100 0--2 4 1
Reisnour, Von Herbulis (3), Daut (4), Lomsdalen (5), Wieringa (6). Mahlum, Clouse (4), Dawes (7). WP--Daut (1-0). LP--Clouse (0-1). 2B--Wieringa, Lomsdalen, Metcalf (BE). Records--Burlington-Edison 1-0 overall. Archbishop Murphy 0-1.

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