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SCC Softball Splits With Everett Community College In Final Home Game of Year
The Lady Dolphin Softball Team split a doubleheader on Friday afternoon at Shoreview Park for Sophomore Day. SCC sophomores Alia Kelly, Vallen Brewer, Kelsie Mason and Nicole Reyling finished their home careers for the Dolphins.

300_3703_30S_2152.JPGGame 1 - Kelsie Mason pitched a shutout with a six hitter in the Dolphins 1-0 win, walking 3 and striking out 3. SCC scored their lone run in the bottom of the 3rd inning. Vallen Brewer had 2 hits in the game and made a rare catcher's putout at 2nd base in a rundown. 

Game 2 - The SCC defense committed 9 errors and Everett gathered 11 hits in the Trojans 9-2 win. SCC went ahead in the bottom of the first 1-0 on a homerun by Greta Coleman, who hit her 8th of the year, but EVCC scored 5 in the top of 3rd to take the lead. SCC scored 1 in the bottom of 3rd, but the Lady Trojans put the game away with 2300_2379.JPG runs in the 4th and 6th innings. Alia Kelly took the loss for SCC, giving up 4 earned runs, walking none and striking out 1. Coleman had 3 hits for SCC in Game 2 and Vallen Brewer and Nicole Reyling had doubles.

SCC record now goes to 16-22 overall and 10-12 in the region. Everett is 21-19 and 10-12. Both teams are tied for 4th place in the NWAACC Northern Region, the final playoff spot. Shoreline plays at #3 ranked Bellevue College tomorrow to finish the regular season while Everett plays at Skagit Valley College. If both teams are tied after tomorrow, there will be a play-in game on Monday at Everett to determine who advances to the NWAACC Softball Championship. Game time tomorrow at Bellevue College is 1:00pm.
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