Mount Si’s Levi Jorgensen fires away to a 9-6 Wildcat win at North Creek on March 20. Spencer Marenco nailed two hits and had four RBIs, Trace Halvorson had two hits and Trevor Clem had two hits. Halvorson and Marenco tripled. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Mount Si’s Levi Jorgensen fires away to a 9-6 Wildcat win at North Creek on March 20. Spencer Marenco nailed two hits and had four RBIs, Trace Halvorson had two hits and Trevor Clem had two hits. Halvorson and Marenco tripled. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

Wildcats dispatch North Creek

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Mount Si’s Levi Jorgensen fires away to a 9-6 Wildcat win at North Creek on March 20. Spencer Marenco nailed two hits and had four RBIs, Trace Halvorson had two hits and Trevor Clem had two hits. Halvorson and Marenco tripled. Andy Nystrom / staff photo

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