All-stars: District beats council in first softball game

District wins 9 to 5 in only four innings.

  • Friday, July 20, 2018 4:38pm
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The Mercer Island School District recently beat the Mercer Island City Council in their first-ever softball game at Aubrey Davis Park. While the district beat the city 9 to 5 in only four innings, “we still had a ton of fun,” said City Manager Julie Underwood on her Facebook page. Photo courtesy of Julie Underwood/City of Mercer Island

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