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Published: Monday, April 1, 2013, 10:55 p.m.

Prep baseball: Coupeville 6-1, Cedarcrest 5-20

DUVALL -- Coupeville and Cedarcrest split a Cascade Conference doubleheader on Monday, with the Wolves taking the first game 6-5 and home Red Wolves winning 20-1 in five innings in the finale.
Kurtis Smith went 3-for-4 in the opener for Coupeville and the Wolves took advantage of six Cedarcrest errors to hand the Red Wolves their first league loss of the season. Colton Sandhofer finished 2-for-4 with two RBI for Cedarcrest.
In the second game, Austin Patsy and Adam Davenport each drove in three runs to help Cedarcrest earn the split. Sandhofer and Sam Ballweg scored four runs apiece.
At Cedarcrest H.S.
Coupeville 012 300 0--6 11 1
Cedarcrest 002 201 0--5 11 6
Ben Etzell and Jake Tumblin. Max Thomas, Austin Patsy (4) and Blaine Wagner. WP--Etzell. LP--Thomas. 2B--Etzell, Patsy, Zach Miller (Ced).
Coupeville 100 00x x--1 4 2
Cedarcrest 364 7xx x--20 19 1
Aaron Trumbull, Josh Bayne (2), Kyle Bodamer (4) and Jake Tumblin. Sam Ballweg and Blaine Wagner, Jacob Jewell (3). WP--Ballweg. LP--Trumbull. 2B--Morgan Payne (Cou), Austin Patsy (Ced), Ballweg, Colton Sandhofer (Ced) 2. Records--Coupeville 4-4 league, 5-4 overall. Cedarcrest 8-1, 8-2.

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