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Published: Thursday, March 28, 2013, 9:39 p.m.

Prep softball: Lake Stevens 11, Eastlake 1 (5)

LAKE STEVENS -- Lake Stevens scored eight runs in the fourth inning to turn a close nonleague game into a rout over Eastlake. Cassidy Fifield, Jessica Scruggs, Rayne Sylvester and Emily Schollenberger each had two RBI for the Vikings.
At Lake Stevens H.S.
Lake Stevens 010 82x x--11 10 0
Eastlake 000 01x x--1 3 2
Sierra Card and Amie Browder, Tehya Harney. Olivia Palenscar and not reported. WP--Card. LP--Palenscar. 2B--Cassidy Fifield (LS), Emily Schollenberger (LS), Card. Records--Lake Stevens 3-2 overall. Eastlake 3-3.

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