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Published: Saturday, May 4, 2013, 8:45 p.m.

Prep baseball: Monroe 13, Cascade 2 (5)

EVERETT -- Behind the pitching of Jacob Cogar and the key hitting of Patrick Siler, Monroe defeated Cascade 13-2 in a 4A District 1 Tournament game in five innings on Saturday.
Siler finished the game batting 3-for-4 with with three runs scored and Cogar pitched a complete game, allowing just one earned run and striking out four.
"Jacob was fantastic today," said Bearcats head coach Eric Chartrand. "He had a difficult strike zone, but he figured it out. He's been the consummate leader of my squad. I couldn't be happier with how he pitched."
With the victory Monroe advances to face Jackson Monday night at 4 p.m. at Everett Memorial Stadium.
At Cascade H.S.
Monroe 054 40x x--13 11 1
Cascade 000 00x x--2 5 6
Jacob Cogar and Joseph Goguen. Ky Dye, Jack Nazy (4) and Michael Mazza. WP--Cogar. LP--Dye. 2B--Mazza (C), Matthew Butler (C). Records--Monroe 7-14 overall. Cascade 14-7.

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