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TACOMA AREA PREP SCORES

BASKETBALL

BOYS

MONDAY, DEC. 11

LAKES – 83, YELM – 53

LIFE CHRISTIAN – 70, NO. BEACH – 54

TAC. BAPTIST – 69, EV. LUTHERAN – 57

TUESDAY, DEC. 12

HENRY FOSS – 84, EVERGREEN – 33

BELLARMINE – 69, PUYALLUP – 61

CURTIS – 80, SOUTH KITSAP – 43

SUMNER – 61, EMERALD RIDGE – 45

FIFE – 72, LINDBERGH – 68

FOSTER – 67, WASHINGTON – 65

FRANKLIN PIERCE – 66, W. RIVER – 64

STEILACOOM – 57, EATONVILLE – 28

CLOVER PARK – 81, TYEE – 54

CHIEF LESCHI – 75, SOUTH BEND – 41

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13

LINCOLN – 67, BONNEY LAKE – 34

WILSON – 90, LAKES – 75

BETHEL – 71, MT. TAHOMA – 54

SPANAWAY LAKE – 77, STADIUM – 54

OLYMPIA – 69, GRAHAM-K – 50

CHARLES WRIGHT – 40, KLAHOWYA – 28

TACOMA BAPTIST – 72, QUILCENE – 36

THURSDAY, DEC. 14

ROGERS – 67, PUYALLUP – 56

CASCADE CHRISTIAN – 69, TUMWATER – 60

FRIDAY, DEC. 15

LINCOLN – 61, WILSON – 53

STADIUM – 66, BETHEL – 50

HENRY FOSS – 74, FOSTER – 53

LAKES – 64, MT. TAHOMA – 54

CURTIS – 69, SUMNER – 50

OLYMPIA – 61, BELLARMINE – 47

SOUTH KITSAP – 55, GRAHAM-K – 36

SPANAWAY LAKE – 79, BONNEY LK – 61

FIFE – 64, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 60

WHITE RIVER – 72, WASHINGTON – 34

STEILACOOM – 63, TYEE – 45

CLOVER PARK – 62, ORTING – 52

BEAR CREEK – 49, CHARLES WRIGHT – 45

CHIEF LESCHI – 77, OCOSTA – 59

LIFE CHRISTIAN – 62, ILWACO – 43

SATURDAY, DEC. 16

LAKES – 64, EMERALD RIDGE – 51

CASCADE CHRISTIAN – 63, W. RIVER – 57

CHARLES WRIGHT – 60, ORTING – 55

STEILACOOM – 54, CENTRALIA – 45

MONDAY, DEC. 18

M.R. LUTHERAN – 57, TAC. BAPTIST – 45

TUESDAY, DEC. 19

HENRY FOSS – 104, WASHINGTON – 26

CURTIS – 84, EMERALD RIDGE – 45

BELLARMINE – 62, SOUTH KITSAP – 48

SUMNER – 60, GRAHAM-K – 49

OLYMPIA – 46, ROGERS – 68

FIFE – 69, WHITE RIVER – 48

STEILACOOM – 70, ORTING – 29

LIFE CHRISTIAN – 63, NW CHRISTIAN – 41

GIRLS

MONDAY, DEC. 11

SPANAWAY LAKE – 63, CLOVER PARK – 21

LIFE CHRISTIAN – 54, NORTH BEACH – 14

TAC. BAPTIST – 26, EV. LUTHERAN – 20

TUESDAY, DEC. 12

BELLARMINE – 72, PUYALLUP – 22

CURTIS – 65, SOUTH KITSAP – 49

ROGERS – 51, ST. FRANCIS – 34

SUMNER – 57, EMERALD RIDGE – 27

OLYMPIA – 54, GRAHAM-K – 26

HENRY FOSS – 54, EVERGREEN – 29

FIFE – 59, LINDBERGH – 33

FOSTER – 64, WASHINGTON – 53

WHITE RIVER – 80, FR. PIERCE – 42

EATONVILLE – 57, STEILACOOM – 53

TYEE – 65, CLOVER PARK – 42

SOUTH BEND – 67, CHIEF LESCHI – 28

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13

LINCOLN – 71, BONNEY LAKE – 31

WILSON – 68, LAKES – 52

SPANAWAY LAKE – 44, STADIUM – 33

BETHEL – 66, MT. TAHOMA – 28

CHARLES WRIGHT – 41, KLAHOWYA – 24

QUILCENE – 46, TACOMA BAPTIST – 28

THURSDAY, DEC. 14

EASTMONT – 37, CASCADE CHR. – 36

FRIDAY, DEC. 15 

LINCOLN – 67, WILSON – 47

LAKES – 65, MT. TAHOMA – 55

BETHEL – 67, STADIUM – 25

BELLARMINE – 61, OLYMPIA – 26

CURTIS – 44, SUMNER – 36

SOUTH KITSAP – 51, GRAHAM-K – 43

ROGERS – 46, PUYALLUP – 43

BONNEY LAKE – 40, SPANAWAY LK – 26

FIFE – 44, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 41

FOSTER – 44, HENRY FOSS – 38

WHITE RIVER – 62, WASHINGTON – 20

STEILACOOM – 64, TYEE – 23

ORTING – 62, CLOVER PARK – 39

CHARLES WRIGHT – 38, BEAR CREEK – 26

ILWACO – 81, LIFE CHRISTIAN – 46

SATURDAY, DEC. 16

STADIUM – 49, HENRY FOSS – 41

CHARLES WRIGHT – 49, ORTING – 21

CASCADE CHRISTIAN – 44, BLAINE – 36

OCOSTA – 87, CHIEF LESCHI – 29

MONDAY, DEC. 18

JUANITA – 54, LAKES – 39

SHELTON – 69, HENRY FOSS – 42

M.R. LUTHERAN – 44, TAC. BAPTIST – 8

TUESDAY, DEC. 19

LINCOLN – 38, DAVIS – 42

BELLARMINE – 73, SOUTH KITSAP – 15

CURTIS – 53, EMERALD RIDGE – 41

SUMNER – 63, GRAHAM-K – 20

FIFE – 52, WHITE RIVER – 72

WASHINGTON – 60, HENRY FOSS – 41

FRANKLIN PIERCE – 51, EVERGREEN – 16

STEILACOOM – 73, ORTING – 29

LIFE CHRISTIAN – 57, NW CHRISTIAN – 10

TACOMA CITY COUNCIL PASSES
RESOLUTION TO SUPPORT SOCCER STADIUM

On Tuesday, Dec. 19, the Tacoma City Council unanimously passed a resolution in support of moving forward with a project to build a soccer-specific stadium in Tacoma that would become the future home of Sounders FC 2. This resolution from the city council follows and reaffirms a similar resolution passed by the Metro Parks Board of Commissioners on Monday, Dec. 11.

“Lots of work still to do with our partners at Metro Parks, the City, and Sounders FC, but this is a meaningful step,” Tacoma Rainiers President Aaron Artman said. “It’s exciting to see the enthusiasm around the project, and we look forward to reaching out to a broader coalition of the community to do something that invigorates Central Tacoma and the supporter community at large.”

These resolutions provide a clear path forward for stadium construction, with the goal of having a facility ready for the 2020 United Soccer League season. While the project progresses, Sounders FC 2 will play all their home matches at Cheney Stadium, beginning in March 2018.

The full 2018 Sounders FC 2 schedule will be announced early next year.

For ticket information on Sounders FC 2 or the Tacoma Rainiers, please contact the We R Tacoma front office at (253) 752-7707. To find more information on both clubs, visit www.WeRTacoma.com.

PLU’S SALISBURY NAMED 

NWC ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Pacific Lutheran University women’s basketball student-athlete Madison Salisbury was named the Northwest Conference Player of the Week on Monday, Dec. 18, after guiding the Lutes to an undefeated run at the fifth-annual Pacific Northwest Tournament.

The Puyallup native earned Tournament MVP honors after guiding the Lutes (3-5) to a 43-39 win over Aurora University and a 59-42 decision over Benedictine University. The center finished the two-day event inside Olson Gymnasium averaging 12.5 points per game, 7.0 rebounds per game, and 3.5 steals per game as PLU was the lone squad to finish the tournament with an unblemished record.

Salisbury led the Lutes in scoring in both games, scoring 11 against Aurora and dropping 14 on Benedictine, marking the fifth time this season the first-year star has finished in double figures. Salisbury currently leads the team in scoring on the season, dropping 11.9 points per game.

The Lutes take a short break for the holidays before trekking to Thousand Oaks, Calif. to take on California Lutheran University on Dec. 28, and the University of La Verne on Dec. 29. PLU returns home to host Whittier on Sunday, Dec. 31, at 2 p.m.

LANGE RECORDS FIFTH DOUBLE-

DOUBLE TO PUSH UPS OVER .500

The Puget Sound women’s basketball team ended the Pacific Lutheran Tournament with a win after dominating Aurora, 62-32, Sunday afternoon.

Lange’s fifth double-double of the season came to the tune of 26 points and 17 rebounds. Josephine Huletz dished out five assists in just 16 minutes on the floor for the Loggers.

The Loggers kicked off their 30-point win by only allowing the Spartans to sink three points in the first quarter, while tallying 18 of their own.

Puget Sound continued to control the game in the second 10 minutes, permitting Aurora to only eight more points before half.

The Loggers held a 28-11 lead entering the third quarter, and recorded six unanswered points by Lange and Mara Henderson before the Spartans could notch a basket. By the end of the third Puget Sound had increased its advantage to 24 points.

Aurora got on the board first in the fourth quarter, but Lange swiftly netted seven unanswered points.

The Loggers were a solid 75 percent from the free-throw line, and the defense forced the Spartans into 25 turnovers.

UPS travels to Texas for games against Trinity and Schreiner before returning to NWC action. The Loggers will host Pacific Lutheran on Tuesday, Jan. 16, at 6 p.m.

UPS MEN RANK NATIONALLY IN SEVERAL BASKETBALL STATISTICS

Eight games into the 2017-18 season, the Puget Sound men’s basketball team ranks among the nation’s best in several statistics.

As of Dec. 13, Jimmy Wohrer ranks ninth in all of NCAA D-III for three-point field-goals made with 37. The junior is the Northwest Conference’s leading scorer, averaging 23.0 points per game.

As a team, the Loggers rank sixth in the nation in scoring (101.6), fourth in three-pointers made (120), and seventh in total steals (119).

The Loggers will end the month with two games in Spokane, before returning to NWC action. UPS’s next home game is against Pacific Lutheran on Tuesday, Dec. 16, at 8 p.m.

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