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Cashmere High's Jenna Reeder, center right, celebrates at home plate with teammates Kate Jacobson, far left, Allie McKenna, center left, and Grace Norman, far right, after hitting an inside the park home run against Quincy in the 1A district title game Saturday in Cashmere. Cashmere defeated Quincy 14-3 to win the district title to advance to the 1A State Tournament. Cashmere will face Naches Valley at 3 p.m. on Thursday in Richland.

CASHMERE — After winning the Caribou Trail League title, and thereby gaining the advantage of hosting the 1A District 6 championship, the Cashmere High School softball team was on the precipice of winning a consecutive district championship.

Quincy (16-6), Cascade (3-18) and Omak (10-11) made the four-team tournament and for any of them to win the title and advance to the state tournament, they had to win two consecutive games. There could only be one — a single loss would abruptly end their season.

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Cashmere softball players celebrate with their district championship trophy after defeating Quincy 14-3 Saturday in Cashmere.

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Quincy High's Michelle Acevedo gathers the ground ball and throws to first base during the 1A district title game with Cashmere Saturday in Cashmere.



Rand Stevens: (509) 664-7157

stevens@wenatcheeworld.com

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