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Published: Friday, May 16, 2014, 9:40 p.m.

Prep softball: Marysville Getchell 16, Oak Harbor 6 (6)

OAK HARBOR — Kymberlie Devlin, Kaitlyn Bombach and Alyssa Williams each had three hits to lead Marysville Getchell’s 20-hit attack as the Chargers closed out the regular season with a win over Oak Harbor.
At Oak Harbor H.S.
Marysville Getchell 013 930 x — 16 20 3
Oak Harbor 001 401 x — 6 5 1
Savannah Duce and Ashlyn Sievers. Katherine Martinez and Alexis Findlay. WP—Duce (2-2). LP—Martinez (0-8). 2B—Katelyn King (MG). 3B—Sydney White (OH). Records—Marysville Getchell 6-7 league, 8-12 overall. Oak Harbor 1-12, 2-18.

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