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TACOMA AREA PREP SCORES

BOYS BASKETBALL

TUESDAY, JAN. 23
CURTIS – 68, SUMNER – 51
OLYMPIA – 53, BELLARMINE – 40
GRAHAM-K – 49, SOUTH KITSAP – 37
PENINSULA – 55, GIG HARBOR – 46
HENRY FOSS – 77, FOSTER – 56
FIFE – 62, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 45
WHITE RIVER – 66, WASHINGTON – 46
STEILACOOM – 72, TYEE – 56
CLOVER PARK – 76, ORTING – 48
CHARLES WRIGHT – 48, VASHON – 44
CHIEF LESCHI – 83, OCOSTA – 59
MT. RAINIER LUTH. – 60, EV. LUTH. – 33

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24
LINCOLN – 82, WILSON – 75
STADIUM – 75, BETHEL – 66
LAKES – 71, MT. TAHOMA – 51
SPANAWAY LAKE – 91, BONNEY LK. – 37
PUYALLUP – 82, ROGERS – 69
CAPITAL – 73, YELM – 47
CLOVER PARK – 70, HIGHLINE – 59

THURSDAY, JAN. 25
TACOMA BAPTIST – 66, CH. FAITH – 23

FRIDAY, JAN. 26
LINCOLN – 71, SPANAWAY LAKE – 69
WILSON – 75, MT. TAHOMA – 31
LAKES – 60, STADIUM – 56
BONNEY LAKE – 46, BETHEL – 38
CURTIS – 81, EMERALD RIDGE – 35
BELLARMINE – 53, SO. KITSAP – 50
SUMNER – 60, GRAHAM-K – 47
ROGERS – 60, OLYMPIA – 57
PENINSULA – 52, SHELTON – 51
TIMBERLINE – 65, GIG HARBOR – 43
NORTH THURSTON – 91, YELM – 48
HENRY FOSS – 95, WHITE RIVER – 53
FIFE – 66, EVERGREEN – 19
FRANKLIN PIERCE – 79, FOSTER – 56
LINDBERGH – 74, WASHINGTON – 46
HIGHLINE – 54, STEILACOOM – 41
CLOVER PARK – 79, RIVER RIDGE – 60
SEATTLE CHRISTIAN – 54, VASHON – 52
CASC. CHRISTIAN – 59, CHARLES W. – 41
LIFE CHRISTIAN – 59, NW CHRISTIAN – 51

SATURDAY, JAN 27
TACOMA BAPTIST – 77, CROSSPOINT – 60

MONDAY, JAN. 29
LIFE CHRISTIAN – 72, SO. BEND – 41
WILLAPA VALLEY – 73, CHIEF LESCHI – 56
MUCKLESHOOT – 77, EV. LUTHERAN – 47
MT. RAINIER LUTH. – 65, CH. FAITH – 28

TUESDAY, JAN. 30
WILSON – 70, SPANAWAY LAKE – 65
LAKES – 49, BONNEY LAKE – 44
STADIUM – 79, MT. TAHOMA – 61
BELLARMINE – 52, SUMNER – 44
OLYMPIA – 53, PUYALLUP – 57
ROGERS – 58, SO. KITSAP – 42
EM. RIDGE – 53, SO. KITSAP – 44
HENRY FOSS – 76, LINDBERGH – 63
FR. PIERCE – 79, WASHINGTON – 57
STEILACOOM – 43, CLOVER PARK – 57
PENINSULA – 63, CEN. KITSAP – 60
GIG HARBOR – 72, YELM – 44
CHARLES WRIGHT – 34, SEA. CHRIS. – 64
CASC. CHRISTIAN – 64, BEL. CHRIS. – 52
TAC. BAPTIST – 47, MT. RAINIER LUTH. – 38

GIRLS BASKETBALL

TUESDAY, JAN. 23
BELLARMINE – 66, OLYMPIA – 30
SUMNER – 52, CURTIS – 37
ROGERS – 71, PUYALLUP – 38
SO. KITSAP – 37, GRAHAM-K – 29
FIFE – 53, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 31
FOSTER – 81, HENRY FOSS – 38
WHITE RIVER – 61, WASHINGTON – 24
STEILACOOM – 57, TYEE – 11
ORTIN – 69, CLOVER PARK – 29
CHARLES WRIGHT – 35, VASHON – 30
MT. RAINER LUTH. – 43, EV. LUTH – 10

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24
LINCOLN – 75, WILSON – 28
BETHEL – 67, STADIUM – 20
MT. TAHOMA – 52, LAKES – 37
SPANAWAY LK. – 42, BONNEY LK. – 35
HIGHLINE – 44, CLOVER PARK – 40
CASCADE CHRISTIAN – 49, SEQUIM – 24

THURSDAY, JAN. 25
OCOSTA – 62, CHIEF LESCHI – 29

FRIDAY, JAN. 26
LINCOLN – 69, SPANAWAY LAKE – 16
WILSON – 51, MT. TAHOMA – 45
LAKES – 62, STADIUM – 45
BELLARMINE – 92, SO. KITSAP – 30
CURTIS – 53, EMERALD RIDGE – 34
ROGERS – 47, OLYMPIA – 33
SUMNER – 62, GRAHAM-K – 28
FIFE – 49, EVERGREEN – 23
WHITE RIVER – 71, HENRY FOSS – 17
FOSTER – 59, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 33
LINDBERGH – 54, WASHINGTON – 33
CH. WRIGHT – 36, CASC. CHRIS. – 30
SEATTLE CHRISTIAN – 55, VASHON – 23
LIFE CHRISTIAN – 59, NW CHRISTIAN – 9

SATURDAY, JAN. 27
RIVER RIDGE – 35, STADIUM – 27
PUYALLUP – 41, GRAHAM-K – 31
PT. ANGELES – 48, CASC. CHRIS. – 26
TACOMA BAPTIST – 33, CROSSPOINT – 24

MONDAY, JAN. 29
LIFE CHRISTIAN – 58, SO. BEND – 37
WILLAPA VALLEY – 58, CHIEF LESCHI – 30
MUCKLESHOOT – 37, EV. LUTHERAN – 16

TUESDAY, JAN. 30
LINCOLN – 46, BETHEL – 25
WILSON – 65, SPANAWAY LAKE – 48
MT. TAHOMA – 51, STADIUM – 30
BELLARMINE – 59, SUMNER – 48
ROGERS – 64, SO. KITSAP – 39
OLYMPIA – 32, PUYALLUP – 24
EM. RIDGE – 68, SOUTH KITSAP – 39
FR. PIERCE – 44, WASHINGTON – 39
FIFE – 61, FOSTER – 47
LINDBERGH – 54, HENRY FOSS – 37
STEILACOOM – 81, CLOVER PARK – 22
GIG HARBOR – 55, YELM – 24
PENINSULA – 72, CENTRAL KITSAP – 50
CHARLES WRIGHT – 43, SEA. CHRIS – 76
CASC. CHRISTIAN – 36, BELL. CHRIS. – 34
MT. RAINIER LUTH. – 51, TAC. BAPTIST – 18

Photo by Kayla Mehring

TACOMA STARS RETURN HOME AFTER OT LOSS IN MEXICO

The Tacoma Stars (7-9) wrapped up their three-game Southwest division road trip dropping a close one to Soles de Sonora (10-6) by an 8-7 final in front of 4,000 fans Saturday night. The win extends Sonora’s win streak to eight games, second best in the MASL.

It was a game in which each team had chances to win. Sonora had a 3-2 lead after the first half and quickly extended it to 4-2 with 13:14 left in the third. Back-to-back Stars goals by Raphael Cox and Joseph Cairel, who also scored the Stars’ first half goals, tied the game at 4 with 8:15 remaining in the third quarter. After Daniel Lopez scored for Sonora, Taylor Walter Bond evened the game for the Stars with no time left in the third.

Photo by Quinn Width / GoalWa.net

A blue card to Sonora’s Brian Borrego put the Stars on the power play and Jamael Cox knocked one in with the man advantage to give the Stars the lead in the final quarter. Sonora’s goalkeeper, Bernaldino Valdovinos, came up on a Soles attack and netted his second goal of the season to knot the game at 6-6. It would take the Stars just eight seconds to answer on Raphael Cox’s third goal of the game for a 7-6 Stars lead with 6:39 left.

Tacoma held Sonora off the scoreboard into the final minute of regulation when Gustavo Rosales scored one second into a Soles power play to even things 7-7. It would be the second power play of the game for Sonora, this one in overtime which would prove the game winner. Franck Tayou redirected a shot with 2:18 on the clock to give Sonora the victory.

The Stars will host El Paso Friday, Feb. 2 at 7:35 p.m. as they begin a stretch of four out of their final six matches at home.

For tickets call 1 (800) STARS-84 or go to www.tacomastars.com. Tacoma Stars games are streamed live on www.masl.tv with live stats available at www.maslsoccer.com. Keep up to date with the Stars by following them on Twitter (@TacomaStarsSC) or liking the team on Facebook (FB.com/TacomaStars).

TACOMA STARS RESERVES UPEND FIRST PLACE BELLINGHAM

The Tacoma Stars Reserves (5-2-0) scored two unanswered goals in the third quarter as they created space between themselves and visiting Bellingham United (6-1-0) on the way to a 6-4 win before 370 fans at the Tacoma Soccer Center.

It was a tight match in the first half. The lead went back and forth until TSR got two goals to take a 4-3 lead into the break. Uriel Herrera scored twice for the Hammers and the defending champs also got a brief go-ahead goal from Richard Henderson. Tacoma reacted with goals from Mark Lee, Mike Scharf, Micah Wenzel and Vitalie Bulala.

The third quarter saw the Stars Reserves go up 5-3 when Eddie Na intercepted a pass at the center circle. He calmly kicked it home. Then it was 6-3 when Nate Ford scored on the same (left) side on another steady redirection. The Hammers couldn’t get much going until they pulled to within 6-4 on a Jonathan Ruvalcaba goal later on.

Tacoma’s defense with the strong play of goalkeeper Aaron Anderson and the midfield strength provided by Adrian Correa and others kept the high-scoring Hammers in check. It ended their streak of 406 days without a loss in WISL play. The last Hammers defeat in the league came back on Dec. 17, 2016 at the Olympic Force. – by GoalWa.net

UPS LOGGERS DROP DOUBLE-DIP AGAINST RANKED FOES

Stellan Roberts notched his first double-double of the season and the second of his career, but the Puget Sound men’s basketball team lost at No. 4 Whitworth, 111-97 on Saturday, Jan. 27.

Roberts scored 19 points for the consecutive game, and he pulled down a career-high 11 rebounds. Roberts is averaging 18.5 points through his last four games. Roberts’ first-career double-double was a 10-point, 10-rebound effort in his first collegiate game last year.

Jimmy Wohrer led all scorers with 28 points for the Loggers (12-6 5-5 NWC). He leads the Northwest Conference in scoring with 22.4 points per game. Easton Driessen matched his season-high in scoring with 17 points.

Wohrer hit a 3-pointer that gave the Loggers a 38-36 lead with 4:44 left in the first half. However, Whitworth (17-2, 9-1 NWC) took a 41-38 edge just 45 seconds, and the Pirates led for the rest of the game.

Both teams turned the ball over 19 times, and Puget Sound won the rebound battle, 42-38. Nineteen of the Loggers’ rebounds came on the offensive end.

The previous night, the Loggers raced out to an early double-digit lead at No. 1 Whitman, but the Blues outlasted the Loggers, 136-109 in Walla Walla.

Jimmy Wohrer was lights out from distance early in the game. He hit his first four 3-point attempts, the last of which gave the Loggers (12-5, 5-4 NWC) a 21-9 lead just 4:30 in the game. Gabriel Chaikin’s and-one kept the Blues (17-0, 9-0 NWC) at bay, 29-20, midway through the first half.

Puget Sound had a 39-33 lead with 8:15 to play in the first half, but Whitman went on a 14-0 run to take a 47-39 lead with 5:20 remaining. Tim Howell hit a 3-pointer at the first-half buzzer to give Whitman a 68-53 lead at the break.

Wohrer led the Loggers in scoring with 28 points, and Stellan Roberts poured in 19 to go along with seven rebounds off the bench. Jeremiah Hobbs netted 13 points, while Chaikin, Anthony Rumasuglia, and Walker Shibley-Styer scored 10 points, each.

The Loggers shot 50.6 percent from the floor for the third time this season, but Whitman shot 63.5 percent, including 50 percent (11-for-22) from 3-point range.

Puget Sound returns home to host Willamette, Friday, Feb. 2, at 8 p.m.

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