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TACOMA AREA PREP SCORES
BOYS SOCCER
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18
FIFE – 2, LINDBERGH – 0
WASHINGTON – 4, FOSTER – 1
F. PIERCE – 4, WHITE RIVER – 0
FOSS – 5, EVERGREEN – 0
STEILACOOM – 7, EATONVILLE – 1
HIGHLINE – 2, ORTING – 1
CLOVER PARK – 4, TYEE – 0
RENTON – 4, R. RIDGE – 1
SEA. CHR. – 9, CASC. CHRIST. – 2

THURSDAY, APRIL 19
MT. TAHOMA – 1, WILSON – 0
STADIUM – 4, SPANAWAY LAKE – 0
LINCOLN – 2, LAKES – 1
BETHEL – 2, BONNEY LAKE – 2
OLYMPIA – 3, CURTIS – 0
EMERALD RIDGE – 3, BELLARMINE – 0
SUMNER – 6, GRAHAM-K – 0
PUYALLUP – 1, SOUTH KITSAP – 0
NO. THURSTON – 2, SHELTON – 1

FRIDAY, APRIL 20
STADIUM – 4, WILSON – 1
CENT. KITSAP – 4, TIMBERLINE – 0
CAPITAL – 2, YELM – 1
FRANKLIN PIERCE – 2, FIFE – 0
FOSS – 4, FOSTER – 1
WASHINGTON – 3, WHITE RIVER – 1
EVERGREEN – 2, LINDBERGH – 2
CLOVER PARK – 2, ORTING – 1
TYEE – 1, STEILACOOM – 0
RENTON – 8, EATONVILLE – 3
HIGHLINE – 6, R. RIDGE – 1
VASHON – 7, SEA. CHRIST. – 0
CH. WRIGHT – 9, CASC. CHR. – 0

SATURDAY, APRIL 21
BELLARMINE – 3, CURTIS – 0
PUYALLUP – 1, SUMNER – 0
ROGERS – 2, EM. RIDGE – 1
OLYMPIA – 1, SOUTH KITSAP – 0

MONDAY, APRIL 23
CASCADE CHR. – 1, BELL. CHR. – 0

TUESDAY, APRIL 24
STADIUM – 2, BONNEY LAKE – 0
MT. TAHOMA – 5, BETHEL – 0
LINCOLN – 5, SPANAWAY LAKE – 1
WILSON – 4, LAKES – 1
CURTIS – 1, ROGERS – 1
SUMNER – 5, OLYMPIA – 0
PUYALLUP – 3, GRAHAM-K – 0
GIG HARBOR -1, SHELTON – 1
PENINSULA – 0, CAPITAL – 0
YELM – 1, CENT. KITSAP – 5
N. THURSTON – 3, TIMBERLINE – 0
FIFE – 4, WHITE RIVER – 1
WASHINGTON – 5, FOSS – 0
F. PIERCE – 3, EVERGREEN – 0
LINDBERGH – 0, FOSTER – 1
CLOVER PARK – 1, HIGHLINE – 4
STEILACOOM – 1, ORTING – 2
EATONVILLE – 2, R. RIDGE – 2
CH. WRIGHT – 7, SEA. CHR. – 0

FASTPITCH
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18
YELM – 1, STADIUM – 0
BELLARMINE – 3, GRAHAM-K – 0
PUYALLUP – 24, OLYMPIA – 0
SO. KITSAP – 10, EM. RIDGE – 0
ROGERS – 13, SUMNER – 5
N. THURSTON – 14, C. KITSAP – 1
TIMBERLINE – 10, CAPITAL – 9
FIFE – 12, FOSTER – 2
WHITE RIVER – 17, LINDBERGH – 1
ORTING – 17, R. RIDGE – 12
HIGHLINE – 20, RENTON – 5
VASHON – 12, SEA. CHRIST. – 2

THURSDAY, APRIL 19
STADIUM – 10, BETHEL – 0
WILSON – 19, LINCOLN – 2
BONNEY LAKE – 9, SPAN. LAKE – 0
SOUTH KITSAP – 10, SUMNER – 0
SHELTON – 6, TIMBERLINE – 5
OLYMPIC – 9, CENTRAL KITSAP – 5
WASHINGTON – 18, FOSTER – 0
WHITE RIVER – 12, F. PIERCE – 1
FIFE – 4, LINDBERGH – 0
FOSS – 16, EVERGREEN – 16
WASHINGTON – 21, FOSTER – 7
TYEE – 15, CLOVER PARK – 9
HIGHLINE – 5, ORTING – 3
R. RIDGE – 13, RENTON – 2
EATONVILLE – 6, STEILACOOM – 5
TYEE – 8, CLOVER PARK – 78
R. RIDGE – 21, RENTON – 6
ILWACO – 19, CHIEF LESCHI – 4
ILWACO – 22, CHIEF LESCHI – 7

FRIDAY, APRIL 20
LAKES – 3, MT. TAHOMA – 0
BELLARMINE – 3, EM. RIDGE – 2
SUMNER – 11, GRAHAM-K – 0
PUYALLUP – 3, SO. KITSAP – 1
ROGERS – 2, BONNEY LAKE – 1
TAHOMA – 9, BETHEL – 2
R. RIDGE – 10, TIMBERLINE – 9
FOSTER – 18, EVERGREEN – 13
EATONVILLE – 24, CLOVER PARK – 3
SEATTLE CHR. – 3, HIGHLINE – 1
ORTING – 12, TYEE – 0
EATONVILLE – 21, CLOVER PARK – 1
BELL. CHRISTIAN – 9, VASHON – 6

MONDAY, APRIL 23
SPAN. LAKE – 14, WILSON – 8
BONNEY LK – 18, LINCOLN – 0
BETHEL – 15, MT. TAHOMA – 3
CURTIS – 5, SO. KITSAP – 3
SUMNER – 10, EM. RIDGE – 0
GIG HARBOR – 11, C. KITSAP – 3
YELM – 3, PENINSULA – 0
SHELTON – 11, CAPITAL – 1
WHITE RIVER – 10, FOSS – 0
LINDBERGH – 14, WASHINGTON – 5
ORTING – 14, CLOVER PARK – 4
EATONVILLE – 7, HIGHLINE – 2
SEA. CHRISTIAN – 14, VASHON – 0

TUESDAY, APRIL 24
WILSON – 9, LAKES – 2
STADIUM – 11, SPAN. LAKE – 0
BETHEL – 9, MT. TAHOMA – 3
BONNEY LAKE – 19, LINCOLN – 0
PUYALLUP – 11, SUMNER – 1
BELLARMINE – 2, CURTIS – 7
ROGERS – 20, EM. RIDGE – 5
SO. KITSAP – 16, OLYMPIA – 0
YELM – 16, CAPITAL – 0
WASHINGTON – 2, WHITE RIVER – 12
FOSS – 17, FOSTER – 2
FIFE – 14, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 3
STEILACOOM – 3, TYEE – 2
R. RIDGE – 7, HIGHLINE – 1

BASEBALL
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18
MT. TAHOMA – 3, WILSON – 2
STADIUM – 11, SPAN. LAKE – 1
LAKES – 15, LINCOLN – 3
BONNEY LAKE – 12, BETHEL – 2
CURTIS – 7, BELLARMINE – 1
EM. RIDGE – 4, ROGERS – 3
SO. KITSAP – 11, OLYMPIA – 1
PUYALLUP – 10, SUMNER – 3
YELM – 9, CAPITAL – 0
CENT. KITSAP – 4, SHELTON – 2
TIMBERLINE – 7, N. THURSTON – 1
CAPITAL – 5, YELM – 4
FIFE – 13, EVERGREEN – 0
WHITE RIVER – 26, FOSS – 1
LINDBERGH – 16, WASHINGTON – 1
R. RIDGE – 16, CLOVER PARK – 7
HIGHLINE – 2, STEILACOOM – 1
ORTING – 7, RENTON – 3
EATONVILLE – 14, TYEE – 1
CH. WRIGHT – 9, VASHON – 6
SEA. CHRIST. – 11, CASC. CHRIST. – 0

THURSDAY, APRIL 19
STADIUM – 3, SPAN. LAKE – 2
WILSON – 12, MT. TAHOMA – 0
BETHEL – 29, LINCOLN – 2
BETHEL – 18, LINCOLN – 2
SO. KITSAP – 3, PUYALLUP – 2
SUMNER – 11, EM. RIDGE – 8
OLYMPIA – 6, GRAHAM-K – 3
GIG HARBOR – 3, C. KITSAP – 2
F. PIERCE – 27, FOSTER – 5
LINDBERGH – 1, EVERGREEN – 0
WHITE RIVER 10, ORTING – 0
R. RIDGE – 13, CLOVER PARK – 0
SEA. CHRIST. – 5, CASC. CHRIST. – 0
VASHON – 15, CH. WRIGHT – 14
ILWACO – 16, CHIEF LESCHI – 0
LIFE CHRIST. – 6, NW CHRIST. – 2
ILWACO – 17, CHIEF LESCHI – 1
LIFE CHRIST – 15, NW CHRIST. – 3

FRIDAY, APRIL 20
MT. TAHOMA – 3, STADIUM – 2
WILSON – 12, STEILACOOM – 7
BONNEY LAKE – 8, BETHEL – 3
CURTIS – 8, ROGERS – 7
SO. KITSAP – 7, BELLARMINE – 0
SUMNER – 5, OLYMPIA – 2
PUYALLUP – 4, GRAHAM-K – 2
R. RIDGE – 10, NO. THURSTON – 2
SHELTON – 4, TIMBERLINE – 3
FOSS – 11, CLOVER PARK – 9
FIFE – 11, WHITE RIVER – 2
EATONVILLE – 4, WASHINGTON – 3
HIGHLINE – 11, NATHAN HALE – 1
VASHON – 9, BELL. CHRISTIAN – 8

SATURDAY, APRIL 21
EM. RIDGE – 4, BELLARMINE – 0
OLYMPIA – 6, CURTIS – 1
SOUTH KITSAP – 11, SUMNER – 3
LINDBERGH – 25, FOSTER – 2
STEILACOOM – 26, TYEE – 0
EATONVILLE – 13, RENTON – 0
VASHON – 8, CASC. CHRIST. – 5
OCOSTA – 11, LIFE CHRISTIAN – 4

MONDAY, APRIL 23
MT. TAHOMA – 4, BETHEL – 3
WILSON – 5, STADIUM – 4
BONNEY LAKE – 16, LAKES – 0
SPANAWAY LAKE – 19, LINCOLN – 0
SUMNER – 10, CURTIS – 4
EM. RIDGE – 17, GRAHAM-K – 6
GIG HARBOR – 14, YELM – 2
SHELTON – 2, PENINSULA – 0
C. KITSAP – 5, TIMBERLINE – 2
CAPITAL – 6, N. THURSTON – 0
SEA. CHRISTIAN – 9, VASHON – 5
BELL. CHRIST. – 9, CH. WRIGHT – 8

TUESDAY, APRIL 24
SUMNER – 2, BELLARMINE – 0
CURTIS – 8, EM. RIDGE – 2
GRAHAM-K – 2, OLYMPIA – 16
ROGERS – 0, SO. KITSAP – 10
LINDBERGH – 20, FOSS – 1
FR. PIERCE – 13, WASHINGTON – 3
WHITE RIVER – 1, EVERGREEN – 0
STEILACOOM – 12, CLOVER PARK – 1
EATONVILLE – 10, ORTING – 9
HIGHLINE – 13, RENTON – 1
R. RIDGE – 19, TYEE – 7
BELL. CHRIST. – 13, CASC. CHRIST. – 4
LIFE CHRISTIAN – 5, ILWACO – 7
LIFE CHRISTIAN – 7, ILWACO – 11

PACIFIC LUTHERAN CAPTURES GOLD AT NWC GOLF TOURNEY

The Pacific Lutheran University men’s golf squad clinched its second consecutive Northwest Conference title on Sunday, April 22, winning the NWC Tournament at Oakbrook Golf Club to secure the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Tournament.

The Lutes held a 14-stroke lead on the rest of the conference, winning the NWC Tournament with a two-day tally of 581. PLU shot a 287 to open the event on Saturday before carding a 294 on Sunday to seize the crown. Whitworth University took second billing at the nine-team event with a 595 (302-293) while Willamette University was one stroke back in third with a 596 (293-303).

“This conference championship feels special for many reasons but the main reason is how we won all season as a team,” said PLU head coach Kris Swanson. “In past years we’ve rode one or two really good players but this season we all had to play well every event. We were extremely consistent top to bottom and I felt like I always knew what I would get.”

First-year players Austin Darnell and Luke Hall led the charge for PLU, tying for third overall. Darnell shot a 144, carding a 71 on Saturday and a 73 on Sunday while Hall shot a 72 during both rounds.

Mitchell Baldridge was sixth with a 147 (73-74) while Jordan Brajcich was 11th with a 148 (71-77). Jared Beals was 19th, shooting a 152 (77-75) for the tournament.

“It’s pretty unusual to bring in this many freshmen and have them compete like they did and make such an impact in our winning conference,” said Swanson.

Last weekend’s NWC Tournament is one of three events used to decide the NWC Champion. The NWC Tourney counts 50 percent towards the final tally with the NWC Spring and Fall Classics each counting 25 percent. The Lutes were third at the Fall Classic before winning both the Spring Classic and last weekend’s tourney.

“Every week we were better and to play the way we did under this pressure as a very young squad only bodes well for the future of Lute golf,” said Swanson.

The Lutes return to action on Tuesday, May 15, for round one of the NCAA Division III Championships at Grandover Resort in Greensboro, N.C.

PLU WOMEN’S ROWING NABS ANOTHER NWC TITLE

The Pacific Lutheran University women’s rowing team hoisted the Northwest Conference title for the third consecutive season on Sunday, winning the varsity eight race and placing second in the second varsity eight race to secure the three-peat on American Lake. 

“We’re pretty excited about this conference title, the third in a row and can’t wait to get back at it and set our eyes on getting that NCAA bid in three weeks,” said PLU head coach Andy Foltz who was named the NWC Coach of the Year at the conclusion of the regatta. “We have some building to do in our training but we’re going to celebrate like we should and enjoy it. The whole team is excited, we talked a lot about the growth of this team over the year and over the course of the last four years, starting in 2015 when we finished third as a team and we haven’t lost since. The tradition is going and PLU is a force to be reckoned with. This is our regatta and our ‘A’ race for the year outside of nationals and the team executed well today.”

The Lutes earned their third straight title by the thinnest of margins, scoring 40 points with runner-up and crosstown rival University of Puget Sound collecting 39 points in the team standings. League newcomer Mills College was third with 29 points followed by Lewis & Clark College in fourth with 24 points and Pacific University in fifth (18 points).

PLU’s victory came on the strength of the varsity eight boat, besting the five-boat field by a nearly eight-second margin, traversing 2,000-meters of choppy water in eight minutes, 6.9 seconds. Three members of the winning 1V: Hannah Peterson, Alison Wriggle, and coxswain Millie McBride, were honored as All-NWC selections after the race. 

“They lost to UPS about a month ago by four and a half seconds. Since then, they’ve been lasered in on getting better and finding more swing and just getting better connections with each other,” said Foltz. “They really stepped up today and rowed a tough and gritty race that is a good representation of who they are. Definitely not the best race they’ve had but at the same time they put together a conference championship worthy race and that’s exactly what they had to do.”

The Lutes 2V placed second behind UPS, crossing the finish line in 8:32.84.

“The 2V struggled a bit in their race,” said Foltz. “I think they probably let the conditions get to them but at the same time, UPS has a strong 2V, so for them to be able to battle and stay within an eight-second margin was still a pretty good margin for us but we have work to do in that boat. Still pretty excited about what they were able to put together though and be composed in the conditions we had through the morning.”

The day began with the 3V and 4V boats racing with the 3V finishing runner-up (8:25.03) in the race while the 4V was third (8:32.52). The race was officially an exhibition with only the 1V and 2V races counting towards deciding the NWC championship.

“We’re pretty excited about that race,” said Foltz. “Especially having raced UPS in the same boats about a month ago and the margins were pretty far off. And our 4V, which is a boat full of novices, to see how far they’ve come to put together that race is really cool to see them be competitive with our 3V.”

The Lutes take next weekend off before competing at Opening Day/Windermere Cup on May 5 in Seattle.

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