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TACOMA PREP SCORES

BOYS SOCCER

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28
VASHON – 6, BELLEVUE CHR. – 0

THURSDAY, MARCH 29
WILSON – 2, BETHEL – 0
BONNEY LAKE – 4, LINCOLN – 2
SPANAWAY LAKE – 2, LAKES – 0
SO. KITSAP – 5, BELLARMINE – 3
CURTIS – 1, ROGERS – 1
PUYALLUP – 4, GRAHAM-K – 0
SUMNER – 2, OLYMPIA – 1
PENINSULA – 2, SHELTON – 0

FRIDAY, MARCH 30
STADIUM – 1, MT. TAHOMA – 0
GIG HARBOR – 2, YELM – 0
FRANKLIN PIERCE – 2, FIFE – 0
HENRY FOSS – 3, FOSTER – 0
WASH. – 2, WHITE RIVER – 1
CLOVER PARK – 3, ORTING – 2
STEILACOOM – 1, TYEE – 1

SATURDAY, MARCH 31
SUMNER – 3, BELLARMINE – 0
EMERALD RIDGE – 5, CURTIS – 1
SOUTH KITSAP – 2, ROGERS – 1
OLYMPIA – 2, GRAHAM-K – 1

MONDAY, APRIL 2
MT. TAHOMA – 1, LINCOLN – 0
LAKES – 0, BETHEL – 0
BONNEY LK – 1, SPAN. LK – 0
PUYALLUP – 2, OLYMPIA – 0
FIFE – 5, WHITE RIVER – 1
FOSS – 1, WASHINGTON – 0
CLOVER PARK – 4, HIGHLINE – 1
ORTING – 2, STEILACOOM – 1
VASHON – 3, COUPEVILLE – 1

TUESDAY, APRIL 3
EMERALD RIDGE – 2, SO. KITSAP – 0
SUMNER – 5, ROGERS – 1
GIG HARBOR – 0, PENINSULA – 0

GIRLS FASTPITCH
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28
STADIUM – 21, LINCOLN – 0
LAKES – 11, WILSON – 1
SPAN. LK – 14, MT. TAHOMA – 1
ROGERS – 16, BELLARMINE – 2
SUMNER – 14, GRAHAM-K – 1
PENINSULA – 10, CEN. KITSAP – 1
YELM – 12, TIMBERLINE – 1
GIG HARBOR – 19, CAPITAL – 1
HENRY FOSS – 2, FIFE – 1

THURSDAY, MARCH 29
MT. TAHOMA – 18, LINCOLN – 11
SHELTON – 7, LAKES – 6
BELLARMINE – 2, ROGERS -1
CURTIS – 17, OLYMPIA – 3
PUYALLUP – 9, SO. KITSAP – 3
GIG HARBOR – 4, BATTLE GRD. – 0
HENRY FOSS – 16, FOSTER – 3
FIFE – 5, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 1
WHITE RIVER – 16, WASHINGTON – 2
STEILACOOM – 12, TYEE – 2
ORTING – 25, CLOVER PARK – 4

FRIDAY, MARCH 30
GRAHAM-K – 19, CLOVER PARK – 2
CAPITAL – 13, OLYMPIA – 10
ENUMCLAW – 7, EM. RIDGE – 5
BETHEL – 13, FR. PIERCE – 10
FIFE – 5, VASHON – 3
STEILACOOM – 11, TIMBERLINE – 8

MONDAY, APRIL 2
SOUTH KITSAP – 18, BELLARMINE – 5
GIG HARBOR – 12, PENINSULA – 7
FOSS – 22, WASHINGTON – 13
FR. PIERCE – 10, EVERGREEN – 1
WHITE RIVER – 7, FIFE – 4
HIGHLINE – 15, CLOVER PARK – 2
ORTING – 9, STEILACOOM – 6

TUESDAY, APRIL 3
WILSON – 10, BETHEL – 5
STADIUM – 0, BONNEY LAKE – 2
BELLARMINE – 0, CURTIS – 7
PUYALLUP – 15, SUMNER – 0
OLYMPIA – 3, SO. KITSAP – 15
EM. RIDGE – 4, ROGERS – 7
FRANKLIN PIERCE -17, FOSTER – 0
HIGHLINE – 1, STEILACOOM – 3
CLOVER PK – 4. RIV. RIDGE – 16

BASEBALL

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28
WILSON – 9, SPAN. LAKE – 6
MT. TAHOMA – 10, LINCOLN – 0
BETHEL – 11, LAKES – 1
PENINSULA – 4, YELM – 2
SHELTON – 6, GIG HARBOR – 5
FOSS – 10, EVERGREEN – 0
FIFE – 16, LINDBERGH – 0
WASHINGTON – 6, FOSTER – 1
WHITE RIVER – 10, FR. PIERCE – 1
CLOVER PARK – 11, TYEE – 1
STEILACOOM – 5, EATONVILLE – 0

THURSDAY, MARCH 29
SPANAWAY LK – 2, WILSON – 1
MT. TAHOMA – 20, LINCOLN – 4
BONNEY LK – 10, STADIUM – 3
SHELTON – 16, LAKES – 3
SO. KITSAP – 11, BELLARMINE – 3
CURTIS – 5, ROGERS – 0
PUYALLUP – 6, GRAHAM-K – 1
SUMNER – 1, OLYMPIA – 0
CLOVER PARK – 14, TYEE – 4

FRIDAY, MARCH 30
FIFE – 4, WILSON – 3
BETHEL – 4, LAKES – 1
BONNEY LK – 9, STADIUM – 1
SPAN. LAKE – 9, RIV. RIDGE – 8
SUMNER – 14, GRAHAM-K – 1
SO. KITSAP – 9, OLYMPIA – 3
ROGERS – 5, WHITE RIVER – 4
PENINSULA – 8, NO. KITSAP – 3
STEILACOOM – 13, FR. PIERCE – 8
WASHINGTON – 15, FOSTER – 0

SATURDAY, MARCH 31
BELLARMINE – 9, ALUMNI – 1
OLYMPIA – 12, CAPITAL – 4
MT. TAHOMA – 10, WASHINGTON – 0
SHELTON – 9, YELM – 6

MONDAY, APRIL 2
STADIUM – 12, LAKES – 2
BONNEY LK – 14, MT. TAHOMA – 2
WILSON – 30, LINCOLN – 0
BETHEL – 11, SPAN. LAKE – 5
CURTIS – 3, EMERALD RIDGE – 0
SUMNER – 6, BELLARMINE 1
SO. KITSAP – 16, ROGERS – 0
TIMBERLINE – 5, GIG HARBOR – 0
YELM – 6, SHELTON – 3
PENINSULA – 8, NO. THURSTON – 4
FIFE – 3, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 2
ORTING – 14, CLOVER PARK – 6

TUESDAY, APRIL 3
WILSON – 26, LINCOLN – 0
MT. TAHOMA – 0, BONNEY LK – 10
SPANAWAY LK – 6, BETHEL – 2
BELLARMINE – 6, GRAHAM-K – 5
SO. KITSAP – 6, EM. RIDGE – 4
PUYALLUP – 6, OLYMPIA – 3
SUMNER -1, ROGERS – 5
GIG HARBOR – 2, TIMBERLINE – 1
PENINSULA – 5, NO. THURSTON – 0
FIFE – 10, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 0
FOSS – 9, FOSTER – 8
WHITE RIVER – 12, WASHINGTON – 1
STEILACOOM – 13, TYEE – 3
ORTING – 2, CLOVER PARK – 3

METRO PARKS’ STAR CENTER TO HOST FREE FITNESS EVENT APRIL 28

STAR Center invites you to sample fitness routines, sit in on cooking classes and pick up other healthy lifestyle tips at a free Saturday morning event for adults and children.

The free Fitness and Wellness Conference from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 28, will feature concurrent, half-hour fitness demonstrations, healthy-living workshops and cooking classes, including martial arts offerings for school-age kids. Workshops on honey bee conservation and raising chickens also will be presented.

The event is sponsored by Bloodworks Northwest. In conjunction with the conference, Bloodworks will collect blood donations from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. (except between 11 a.m. and noon) inside STAR Center. To make an appointment to donate, go to the Bloodworks Northwest website.

Free Child Watch services and admission to STAR Center’s Treetops Playgrounds also will be available to kids whose parents and caregivers register in advance. Space is limited to 80 children, so pre-register to ensure a spot. To sign up, go to the Fitness and Wellness Conference event page.

As many as 25 fitness demonstrations, all current STAR Center classes, will be open to teens and adults. They include various types of yoga and pilates, several varieties of Zumba, Mixxed Fit, Fit for Life, barre, pound, walk ‘n tone, and have a ball. For detailed descriptions of each offering, download a pdf from the STAR Center fitness page.

“This conference is a great way for people to discover fun fitness options that support healthy lifestyles,” said organizer Reilly Harris.

One room will be dedicated to classes for kids from 6 to 12, including kung fu, karate and hybrid martial arts programs. In STAR Center’s demonstration kitchen, a series of five, half-hour cooking classes will be offered in succession.

If you’re interested in personal training, meet STAR Center trainer Andre Anthony. He will provide free blood pressure testing, postural assessments and body composition evaluations, plus personal training consultations.

Throughout the conference, several organizations will be on hand to present information on health and wellness services, composting and recycling, beekeeping and vegetable gardening.

What: STAR Center’s Fitness and Wellness Conference
When: 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, April 28.
Where: STAR Center, 3873 S. 66th St., Tacoma
Cost: Free; Walk-ins welcome, but prior registration is requested.

For information and registration: Go to the Fitness and Wellness Conference event page or call (253) 404-3939.

LOGGERS EARLY OUTBURST TOO MUCH FOR LUTES ON THE DIAMOND

The Pacific Lutheran University baseball team allowed just one run over the final six innings of their Monday, April 2 matchup against the University of Puget Sound, however the Loggers exploded for nine runs over the first three innings, proving too much for the Lutes to overcome as they fell 10-8.

The Lutes (18-11, 16-5 Northwest Conference) entered the ninth inning trailing 10-5. The team loaded the bases with two outs when Anthony Gosline stepped to the plate. Gosline ripped a shot into deep right field, clearing the bases with a triple. Gosline went two-for-five with a walk, three runs batted in and a run scored.

“I knew I had to find a way to keep the game going,” Gosline said. “It felt good off the bat. I was hoping the wind wouldn’t affect it much. When I saw it hit the wall, I thought I’d better run faster.”

The Lutes scored three runs in the sixth inning as well. Tori Doten came up with the big hit in that inning, scoring Matt Vick and Corey Ng on a double. Connor Cantu was the next batter up. Cantu came through, bringing in Doten on an RBI single. Cantu performed well at the top of the order, going three-for-six with an RBI and a run scored.

Cole Johnson got the PLU offense going in the third inning when he singled home a run. Later in the inning, Marques Carlson did the same when he singled home Jacob Bockelie. Carlson capped off an excellent weekend, going two-for-three with an RBI and two walks.

“Our guys had a lot of quality at bats today,” head coach Nolan Soete said. “Eight runs is typically enough to win a game. Unfortunately that wasn’t the case today. UPS played well.”

Alex Gregory pitched well for the Lutes in relief. Gregory scattered seven hits over his five innings of work, allowing just two earned runs. Jacob Mortenson was on the mound for the final two innings, striking out two batters while allowing one hit.

Andrew Curran got his first start of the season after making 11 relief appearances in 2018. Curran allowed the first three batters to reach base before Puget Sound’s Nick Ultsch hit a grand slam. The Loggers (15-14, 9-9 NWC) never looked back.

PLU plays Occidental College in Newberg, Ore. at noon on Thursday before facing George Fox University on Saturday and Sunday at noon for the final three-game conference series of the regular season.

PLU’S GRADDY EARNS WEEKLY NWC TRACK AND FIELD HONORS

The Northwest Conference released its weekly award winners on Monday, April 2, with Pacific Lutheran University women’s track and field student-athlete Machaela Graddy securing NWC Field Athlete of the Week accolades.

Graddy lands the award after uncorking a personal best throw of 137 feet, nine inches on Saturday at the University of Puget Sound’s Shotwell Invitational. The senior’s throw placed her second overall in the event and first among Division III competitors. Her mark additionally ranks as the second best throw in PLU program history while her mark currently sits as the second best throw this season in NCAA Division III.

A two-sport athlete, Graddy was a national qualifier last season in the javelin while earning Third Team All-American honors this fall as a member of the two-time NWC champion PLU women’s soccer team. Graddy is the second Lute to claim a women’s track and field weekly award with Kelsey Hathaway landing NWC Track Athlete of the Week honors on March 12.

Graddy and the rest of the Lutes return to action on Saturday, competing at the Jenn Boyman Memorial Invitational in McMinnville, Ore.

UPS ROWERS GRAB WEEKLY NWC HONORS

The Puget Sound women’s varsity-eight was named the Northwest Conference Crew of the Week, the NWC announced. It marks the Loggers’ third NWC weekly honor this spring.

The Loggers placed second among W2V8 boats in the Husky Open, March 31. Puget Sound crossed the finish line in 7:25.248, besting boats from Washington State, Western Washington, Seattle University, and Seattle Pacific.

Puget Sound is set to next compete in the Covered Bridge Regatta, Saturday, April 7.

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