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Students at Tigard High lined the halls Wednesday morning after the Tigers softball team won the state championship

PMG PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Kaylin Kisor holds the championship trophy as she and members of the Tigers softball team parade through the halls of Tigard High School Wednesday. Students lined both sides of the halls to cheer them on. Students at Tigard High School lined the halls of the school Wednesday morning to pay tribute to the girls softball team who beat Oregon City Tuesday to clinch the state championship title.

PMG PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Members of THSs softball team prepare to march down the hall Wednesday in a parade attended by Tigard High School students applauding their championship win. The team won its first-place trophy after pitcher Makenna Reid struck out 21 batters, a state championship game record, at Jane Sanders Stadium in Eugene.

PMG PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - On Wednesday, Tigard High School students cheer on their fellow classmates — members of the Tigers softball team — who clinched a state title Tuesday. In fact, Reid had 438 strikeouts in 199 innings this season, making her the No. 2 all-time leader in the state, just behind Hood River Valley's Crystal Draper. Draper's record was 449 strikeouts, set in 1997 .

Tigard was 29-3 overall this season.

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