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Shadle uses CV miscues to rally

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Stephanie Trudeau struck out 14 and Shadle Park took advantage of Central Valley’s defensive letdowns to rally for a 6-2 road win during Thursday’s Greater Spokane League softball play.

CV led 2-1 after scoring twice in the fourth. The Highlanders scored three runs in the top of the fifth, aided by an error by the Bears.

Two of CV’s three errors led to four Highlanders runs. Samantha Skillingstad singled and doubled for Shadle.

Elsewhere in the GSL, Kelsie Vallies pitched a three-hitter and Raeane Cumbie had two hits to lift North Central to a 3-1 win at Clarkston. … Kim Watson pitched a one-hitter, striking out 11 and walking none, to lift Mead to a 9-0 win at East Valley. … Jen Kennedy pitched a four-hitter, striking out six, to help Mt. Spokane to an 11-0 win at Ferris. The Wildcats patched together a six-run fifth with three hits and four Saxons errors. … Cassie Parker pitched a two-hitter, and Cari Landkammer and Shannon Carlon had three hits apiece as Rogers posted an 11-0 win at Cheney. … Michelle Tully (3-0) struck out five, had two hits and scored three times to lead Gonzaga Prep to a 15-1 win over visiting Lewis and Clark.

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