State softball: Small schools score big

Brewster's Rick MIller, Central Washington B League co-Coach of the Year, addresses his team at state.

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Brewster's Rick MIller, Central Washington B League co-Coach of the Year, addresses his team at state.



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Almira/Coulee-Hartline players celebrate winning state 1B title.

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The Almira/Coulee-Hartline fastpitch softball team celebrates winning the state 1B championship in Yakima.

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The Inchelium fastpitch softball team was all smiles after finishing third in 1B state.

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Amaya Simpson of Inchelium scores against Rainier Christian in state 1B tournament.

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Brewster pitcher Yvette Sanchez at state.

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Liberty Bell’s Hailey Dammann collides with collides with Northwest Christian’s Faith Iverson in opening round of state 2B.

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Liberty Bell coach Lee Pilkinton, Central Washington B League co-Coach of the Yea, goes over strategy at state.

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Liberty Bell pitcher Devin Surface makes a throw to first followed by Nadine Treise, No. 15.

— Almira/Coulee-Hartline’s fastpitch softball team proved too much for any of the other seven teams in the state 1B tournament May 25-26 at Gateway Sports Complex.

The Warriors outscored their opponents 31-4 over three games, two of which were shortened because of huge leads...

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