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Published: Friday, May 3, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Prep softball: Mount Vernon 10, Burlington-Edison 8

MOUNT VERNON -- Kylie Romero's two-run home run broke an 8-8 tie in the sixth inning and Mount Vernon held on to beat Burlington-Edison in a nonconference game. The Bulldogs' Stefanie Witman went 3-for-3 and threw a complete game to earn the victory.
at Mount Vernon H.S.
Burlington-Edison 200 042 0--8 11 1
Mount Vernon 141 202 x--10 14 3
Riley Vanderveen and Javier. Stefanie Witman and Kylie Romero. WP--Witman (8-9). LP--Vanderveen. 2B--Katin Romero (MV), Paityn Cyr (MV), Gabi Sanchez (MV) 2, Witman, Alex Moshier (MV). HR--Ky. Romero. Records--Burlington-Edison 11-6 overall. Mount Vernon 10-9.

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