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TACOMA AREA PREP SCORES

BOYS SOCCER

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4
FIFE – 3, EVERGREEN – 0
FRANKLIN PIERCE – 1, FOSTER – 1
FOSS – 1, WHITE RIVER – 0
WASHINGTON – 2, LINDBERGH – 1
HIGHLINE – 6, STEILACOOM – 0

THURSDAY, APRIL 5
CURTIS – 2, SOUTH KITSAP – 0
ROGERS – 2, GRAHAM-K – 0

FRIDAY, APRIL 6
PUYALLUP – 7, BELLARMINE – 0
SUMNER – 4, EMERALD RIDGE – 2
WASHINGTON – 2, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 2
VASHON – 0, NORTHWEST – 0

SATURDAY, APRIL 7
GRAHAM-K – 5, BELLARMINE – 2

MONDAY, APRIL 9
FIFE – 4, FOSTER – 1
FOSS – 6, LINDBERGH – 3
STEILACOOM – 1, CLOVER PARK – 3

TUESDAY, APRIL 10
MT. TAHOMA – 3, SPANAWAY LK – 1
STADIUM – 3, BETHEL – 0
LINCOLN – 1, WILSON -2
BONNEY LAKE – 9, LAKES – 0
ROGERS – 1, BELLARMINE – 3
PUYALLUP – 5, CURTIS – 0
GRAHAM-K – 2, SO. KITSAP – 3
EMERALD RIDGE – 0, OLYMPIA – 3
GIG HARBOR – 2, CAPITAL – 0
PENINSULA – 4, YELM – 0

GIRLS FASTPITCH
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4
MERCER ISLAND – 17, VASHON – 10

THURSDAY, APRIL 5
RAYMOND – 26, CHIEF LESCHI – 2
RAYMOND – 19, CHIEF LESCHI – 1

FRIDAY, APRIL 6
CURTIS – 7, ROGERS – 6
LINDBERGH – 3, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 1
STEILACOOM – 16, RENTON – 1

MONDAY, APRIL 9
PUYALLUP – 18, EMERALD RIDGE – 0
WASHINGTON – 3, FR. PIERCE – 8
FOSS – 2, LINDBERGH – 8
CLOVER PARK – 35 – RENTON – 18
YELM – 21, CENTRAL KITSAP – 0
GIG HARBOR – 9, SHELTON – 3
PENINSULA – 7, TIMBERLINE – 1

TUESDAY, APRIL 10
STADIUM – 18, WILSON – 0
BONNEY LAKE – 19, MT. TAHOMA – 0
PUYALLUP – 7, BELLARMINE – 1
RIVER RIDGE – 12, TYEE – 2

BASEBALL

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4
FOSS – 17, FOSTER – 5
WHITE RIVER – 7, WASHINGTON – 0

THURSDAY, APRIL 5
ROGERS – 10, GRAHAM-K – 0

FRIDAY, APRIL 6
MT. TAHOMA – 11, BREMERTON – 1
BETHEL – 7, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 4
CURTIS – 5, SOUTH KITSAP – 1
PUYALLUP – 2, BELLARMINE – 1
CHIEF SEALTH – 10, WASHINGTON – 0
SEA. CHRISTIAN – 8, VASHON – 3

SATURDAY, APRIL 7
PUYALLUP – 5, KENTRIDGE – 2
PULLMAN – 16, FIFE – 7

MONDAY, APRIL 9
WILSON -3, BONNEY LAKE – 5
MT. TAHOMA – 5, STADIUM – 7
LAKES – 3, SPANAWAY LAKE – 13
BELLARMINE – 3, ROGERS – 4
PUYALLUP – 5, CURTIS – 2
SO. KITSAP – 2, GRAHAM-K – 6
OLYMPIA – 8, EMERALD RIDGE – 0
VASHON – 3, CHARLES WRIGHT – 5
RIVER RIDGE – 9, EATONVILLE – 7

TUESDAY, APRIL 10
CURTIS – 12, GRAHAM-K – 4
PUYALLUP -7, EMERALD RIDGE – 1
OLYMPIA -10, ROGERS – 1
YELM – 6, NO. THURSTON – 3
FIFE – 16, WHITE RIVER – 6
FOSS – 0, WASHINGTON – 21
STEILACOOM – 8, ORTING – 3
TIMBERLINE – 3, SHELTON – 2

TACOMA AREA COLLEGE SCORES WOMEN’S FASTPITCH

MONDAY, APRIL 9
PUGET SOUND – 7, WILLAMETTE – 4
PUGET SOUND – 4, WILLAMETTE – 2
PACIFIC LUTHERAN – 0, GE0. FOX – 5
PACIFIC LUTHERAN – 1, GEO. FOX – 0

BASEBALL

FRIDAY, APRIL 6
TACOMA CC – 6, PIERCE COLLEGE – 7

SUNDAY, APRIL 8
PACIFIC LUTHERAN – 2, GEO. FOX – 6
PACIFIC LUTHERAN – 7, GEO. FOX – 6
PUGET SOUND – 2, WILLAMETTE – 8

MONDAY, APRIL 9
PACIFIC LUTHERAN – 8, GEO. FOX – 0
PUGET SOUND – 2, WILLAMETTE – 10
PUGET SOUND – 6, WILLAMETTE – 8
TACOMA CC – 17, GREEN RIVER – 3
PIERCE COLL. – 8, L. COLUMBIA – 0

LOCAL TAEKWONDO STUDENTS WIN STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

On Saturday, March 18, a large contingent of students from Tacoma’s own Twin Tigers Taekwondo descended upon the Washington State Taekwondo Championships in Lacey. By the time the final bout had ended, the Twin Tigers had earned a whopping 10 gold medals and a bronze.

The state champions are Cayla Kim (13), Jaylin Jose (13), Zoee Martinson (11), Kiani Guillermo (11), Emilio Ramos (10), Kenrich Cartegena (9), Lavontrez Miller (16), Marvin Cardona (14), Joey Krevitz (17) and Eddie Omnes (33). Karla Torres Santos (13) claimed the bronze medal.

METRO SAILS AND TRAILS CAMPS ADD FREE THREE-HOUR TOUR

Morning beach activities include familiarization with fishing regulations, fish identification, and techniques off the pier. Staff-led hikes will take campers into Point Defiance Park, where they will explore the trails that meander through its old growth forest.

Afternoons at the Tacoma Youth Marine Center are spent sailing and kayaking.

In addition, campers will take a field trip to Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium and the Foss Waterway Seaport Center. They will also tour the Curtis and Odyssey ships docked at the Tacoma Youth Marine Center, which are used for the Sea Scout Program.

The instructors are graduates of the Sea Scout Program and current volunteers. They teach the campers how to rig their sail boats and kayaks, parts of the vessels, safety rules, water safety, navigation, knot tying, and tacking, gybing and kayaking techniques.

  • July 9-13 Session – Ages 11-15 – $260 – Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • July 16-20 Session – Ages 11-15 – $260 – Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • July 23-27 Session – Ages 11-15 – $260 – Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • July 30-August 3 Session – Ages 11-15 – $260 – Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

A new addition to the 2018 camp is a free three-hour cruise on Saturday, July 21, aboard the Curtis. Thanks to the generosity of Tacoma Waterfront Association and the Stanley Seldon Maritime Fund, Sails and Trails participants will be able to enjoy a free Commencement Bay/Port of Tacoma tour.

The first cruise will be held from 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. The second cruise time is 1 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. and will depart and return to Point Defiance Marina.

Adult guests of these youth are able to join them on this cruise for $25 per person. Each cruise is limited to 20 total – 10 youth and 10 adults. Cruises may be combined if needed to reach adequate participants. Registration deadline July 13.

PLU CAPTURES LEAGUE BASEBALL TITLE – WILL HOST NWC TOURNEY

Justin Armbruester went the distance to notch the shutout on the mound as the Northwest Conference Champion Pacific Lutheran University baseball team wrapped up league play with a blowout 8-0 victory over host George Fox University on Monday, April 7.

Armbruester shined on the mound for the Lutes (20-12, 18-6 NWC), throwing a complete game shutout against the Bruins (18-16, 10-11 NWC). The first-year player only allowed four hits, and struck out six batters without giving up any walks in the game, earning himself another win on the year.

“Guys have stepped up big time all year when their number was called upon,” said Armbruester. “I just went out there and did my thing. My goal for today was to just have fun and just pitch. Overall it was an excellent day on the mound but it wouldn’t have been so special if it weren’t for my defense behind me and the rest of my teammates.”

The first inning of the game was a chance for the Lutes to show their power as the NWC regular season champions, and they delivered with the first seven batters all getting on base. Connor Cantu and Kyle Temme each singled, and Jacob Bockelie was hit by a pitch to load the bases for Cole Johnson, who singled down the right field line to open up the scoring on the day, driving in Cantu and Temme. A subsequent single from Marques Carlson drove in Bockelie, and Max Cummings got hit by a pitch to load the bases yet again.

A walk to Tori Doten scored Johnson from third, and Matt Vick reached on a fielding error to score Carlson from third. A Cantu sacrifice fly to right scored Cummings, closing out the damage from the opening frame with the Lutes enjoying a 6-0 lead.

The middle innings of the game were fairly uneventful for both sides, with four hits happening between the teams. No runs were scored until the top of the eighth inning.

In the eighth inning, Doten reached base on a fielder’s choice that caught Corey Ng at second. Doten advanced to second on a wild pitch, and was brought in when Vick reached second on a fielding error from the Bruins. This brought the Lutes’ lead to 7-0.

The final run of the game came on a solo home run from Johnson in the ninth inning, taking the Lutes to a final score of 8-0. Johnson headlined the game offensively, finishing with two hits and three RBIs.

The Lutes play again at California Lutheran University on Friday, April 13 and Saturday, April 14. The Northwest Conference Tournament will begin on Friday, April 20, at Pacific Lutheran University, and will run through Sunday.

PLU’S KETTER NABS SECOND WEEKLY NWC TRACK HONORS

The Northwest Conference office unveiled its weekly award winners on Monday with Pacific Lutheran University men’s track & field student-athlete Carson Ketter landing NWC Track Athlete of the Week for the second time this season.

Ketter tallies the award after winning a pair of events on Saturday, battling the wind and rain at the Jenn Boyman Memorial Invitational in McMinnville, Ore. The Ocean Shores, Wash. native bested the 27 competitor field in the 100-meter dash, clocking a time of 11.17 seconds for his fourth consecutive victory in the event. Ketter later teamed up with Richard Johnson, Isaiah Scheel, and Garrett Hittner to win the 4×100-meter relay, completing the one-lap race in 42.02 and owning a massive four-second gap on second-place finishing University of Puget Sound. An All-NWC defensive back on the gridiron, Ketter currently holds the third fastest 100-meter time in NCAA Division III this season, clocking a 10.64 at the Point Loma Invite back on Mar. 24. The senior additionally owns the nation’s seventh fastest 200-meter time (21.67) and along with his relay mates boast the nation’s fourth best time (41.90).

This is the second time this season Ketter has won the award and the third time this year a Lute has claimed the honor. Ketter was named Track Athlete of the Week back on Mar. 19 while distance runner Kyle Rapacz secured the award back on Mar. 5.

The Lutes return to action on Saturday, April 14, heading to nearby Saint Martin’s University in Lacey for the Jay Hammer Invitational.

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