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Published: Tuesday, May 14, 2013, 10:39 p.m.

Prep softball: Glacier Peak 5, Ferndale 4 (10)

EVERETT -- Nina Kim hit the game-winning RBI double in the top of the 10th inning -- after Glacier Peak scored two in the top of the seventh after a controversial call kept the game going -- to defeat Ferndale in the first round of the 3A District tournament.
With the bases loaded and two outs, a Glacier Peak player hit a ground ball to the Ferndale shortstop, who threw to first base. The field umpire called the Grizzly runner out, but, after a conference with the home plate umpire, the runner was ruled safe and a run scored. Glacier Peak added one more before the end of the inning to tie the game up at 4-4.
Abby Doney hit a solo home run for Glacier Peak in the game.
At Phil Johnson Field
Glacier Peak 000 101 200 1--5 10 3
Ferndale 100 030 000 0--4 8 2
Callie Bircher and Nina Kim. Solomon and Wilson. WP--Bircher. LP--Solomon. 2B--Kim (GP), Alexis Michael (GP), Bircher (GP). 3B--Wilson (F). HR--Abby Doney (GP). Records--Glacier Peak 13-9 overall. Ferndale 14-8.

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Story tags » High School SoftballGlacier Peak High School

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