Photo Gallery: Blue Devils' bang

Wa-Hi's softball squad sweeps Wenatchee Friday, and takes a 19-1 record into the district tournament.

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Wa-Hi's Janelle Hartford (14) beats a late and off line throw to the plate that passes Wenatchee catcher Emile Holzerland (20).

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Wa-Hi shortstop Andrea Hamada (18) fields a ground ball off a Wenatchee bat during their Friday afternoon game.

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Dust flies from the bat on ball contact as Andrea Hamada (18) hits a double.

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Wa-Hi's Alyson Ambler (13) smiles while talking with her coach Jerry Humphreys from third base after a triple during the first inning.

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Wa-Hi's Alyson Ambler (13) tangles up with Wenatchee catcher Emile Holzerland (20) on a play at the plate during the first inning.

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Wenatchee catcher Robin Weigel (9) comes up with a finger-tip held grab on a pop fly off a Blue Devil bat Friday afternoon.

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Wa-Hi's Hope Klicker (23) winds up to deliver a pitch to a Wenatchee batter during their Friday game.

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Wa-Hi pitcher Hope Klicker smiles with her teammates after giving up a homerun during her pitching against Wenatchee.

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Teammates celebrate at home plate after Alyson Ambler (13, left) and Andrea Hamada (18) score during the bottom of the first inning to put the Blue Devils up 2-0 over Wenatchee Friday afternon.

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Wa-Hi's Mariah Gerling (16) lays down a successful squeeze bunt during the Blue Devils' game against Wenatchee Friday.

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Wa-Hi base runner Alyson Ambler (13) slides into Wenatchee catcher Emily Holzerland (20) at home plate during their Friday afternoon game. Ambler was called out on the play keeping the Blue Devils at a 2-0 lead over Wenatchee.

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Wa-Hi junior Andrea Hamada (18) slides safely into home just ahead of the tag from Wenatchee catcher Emile Holzerland (20) during the first inning of play Friday.

WALLA WALLA - Wa-Hi celebrated Senior Day by ending its softball regular season on Friday with a share of the Big Nine Conference 4A championship after a doubleheader sweep of Wenatchee, 13-4 and 6-0, at Murr Sports Park.

Hope Klicker, one of three Blue Devil seniors honored between games of the twin bill along with Ashley Bezdicek and Savanah Scarborough, struck out 13 batters in the opener and Alyson Ambler fanned 17 in the nightcap while fashioning a two-hitter.

The Blue Devils, ranked second in the latest Class 4A state poll, tied Richland for the league title and will take a 19-1 overall record into district tournament action next week.

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