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TACOMA AREA PREP SCORES
BOYS SOCCER
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25
CLOVER PARK – 4, R. RIDGE – 2
SEA. CHRISTIAN – 4, ORTING – 2
TYEE – 3, RENTON – 1
VASHON – 11, CAS. CHRISTIAN – 0

THURSDAY, APRIL 26
LINCOLN – 2, BONNEY LAKE – 2
LAKES – 2, SPANAWAY LAKE – 2
GIG HARBOR – 8, TIMBERLINE – 0
CENT. KITSAP – 2, PENINSULA – 0
NO. THURSTON – 2, CAPITAL – 0
SHELTON – 3, YELM – 1
CH. WRIGHT – 8, CAS. CHRISTIAN – 0

FRIDAY, APRIL 27
STADIUM – 4, MT. TAHOMA – 1
WILSON – 1, BETHEL – 0
SUMNER – 5, BELLARMINE – 3
EMERALD RIDGE – 2, CURTIS – 1
FIFE – 3, EVERGREEN – 0
FRANKLIN PIERCE – 3, FOSTER – 0
WHITE RIVER – 4, FOSS – 3
WASHINGTON – 1, LINDBERGH – 0
HIGHLINE – 1, STEILACOOM – 0
CLOVER PARK – 4, R. RIDGE – 1
TYEE – 5, EATONVILLE – 2
RENTON – 2, ORTING – 0
VASHON – 4, CH. WRIGHT – 3
BELL. CHR. – 2, SEA. CHR. – 2

SATURDAY, APRIL 28
NO. KITSAP – 2, CENT. KITSAP – 1

MONDAY, APRIL 30
MT. TAHOMA – 3, LINCOLN – 1
STADIUM – 2, WILSON – 0
BONNEY LK – 3, SPANAWAY LK – 1
BETHEL – 4, LAKES – 1
FOSS – 1, LINDBERGH – 1
FR. PIERCE – 1, WASHINGTON – 0
FOSTER – 2, FIFE – 0
WHITE RIVER – 2, EVERGREEN – 0
CLOVER PARK – 2, STEILACOOM – 1
ORTING – 2, EATONVILLE – 0
RIVER RIDGE – 2, TYEE – 1
HIGHLINE – 3, RENTON – 0
VASHON – 3, BELL. CHRIST. – 1

TUESDAY, MAY 1
BELLARMINE – 3, GRAHAM-K – 1
PUYALLUP – 5, OLYMPIA – 0
EMERALD RIDGE – 0, SO. KITSAP – 0
SUMNER – 4, ROGERS – 1
GIG HARBOR – 3, NO. THURSTON – 2
PENINSULA – 3, SHELTON – 3
YELM – 2, TIMBERLINE – 1
CENT. KITSAP – 2, CAPITAL – 2
SEA. CHRIS. – 7, CASC. CHRIS. – 0

FASTPITCH
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25
STADIUM – 21, LAKES – 0
ROGERS – 14, CURTIS – 7
SO. KITSAP – 1, BELLARMINE – 0
GIG HARBOR – 12, CAPITAL – 2
PENINSULA – 12, CENT. KITSAP – 0
YELM – 17, TIMBERLINE – 1
NO. THURSTON – 14, SHELTON – 3
LINDBERGH – 1, EVERGREEN – 0

THURSDAY, APRIL 26
STADIUM – 19, LINCOLN – 0
SPANAWAY LK – 8, MT. TAHOMA – 7
BETHEL – 16, LAKES – 7
BONNEY LAKE – 21, WILSON – 0
CENT. KITSAP – 13, NO. KITSAP – 8
FR. PIERCE – 19, EVERGREEN – 1
FIFE – 8, WHITE RIVER – 7
LINDBERGH – 33, FOSTER – 7
BELL. CHRIST. – 12, VASHON – 2

FRIDAY, APRIL 27
CURTIS – 22, GRAHAM-K – 9
YELM – 2, BONNEY LAKE – 0
GIG HARBOR – 13, TIMBERLINE – 1
NO. THURSTON – 3, PENINSULA – 2
YELM – 2, BONNEY LAKE – 0
SHELTON – 9, NO. KITSAP – 1
FRANKLIN PIERCE – 10, FOSS – 3
WHITE RIVER – 9, ORTING – 6
VASHON – 10, SULTAN – 2
BELL. CHRIS. – 10, SEA. CHRIS. – 0

SATURDAY, APRIL 28
KELSO – 4, STADIUM – 1

MONDAY, APRIL 30
FR. PIERCE – 8, MT. TAHOMA – 6
GIG HARBOR – 9, SHELTON – 4
PENINSULA – 15, TIMBERLINE – 3
YELM – 11, CENTRAL KITSAP – 1
FIFE – 10, WASHINGTON – 0
SELAH – 12, WHITE RIVER – 0
SELAH – 2, WHITE RIVER – 1

TUESDAY, MAY 1
BETHEL – 9, WILSON – 7
SPANAWAY LK – 10, LAKES – 0
CURTIS – 8, SUMNER – 4
BELLARMINE – 8, OLYMPIA – 1
CENT. KITSAP – 12, CAPITAL – 1
FIFE – 1, EVERGREEN – 0
WASHINGTON – 13, LINDBERGH – 1
FR. PIERCE – 17, FOSTER – 6
WHITE RIVER – 6, FOSS – 2
STEILACOOM – 10, HIGHLINE – 2
R. RIDGE – 19, CLOVER PARK – 7

BASEBALL
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25
WILSON – 6, STADIUM – 2
MT. TAHOMA – 10, BETHEL – 3
BONNEY LAKE – 16, LAKES – 1
SPANAWAY LAKE – 12, LINCOLN – 0
BELLARMINE – 12, GRAHAM-K – X
GIG HARBOR – 17, YELM – 8
PENINSULA – 8, SHELTON – 1
CENT. KITSAP – 1, TIMBERLINE – 0
CAPITAL – 11, NO. THURSTON – 1
FIFE – 15, FOSTER – 0
FIFE – 11, FOSTER – 0
LINDBERGH – 16, FOSS – 0
FR. PIERCE – 15, WASHINGTON – 5
WHITE RIVER – 1, EVERGREEN – 0
CH. WRIGHT – 7, SEA. CHRIS – 3
VASHON – 12, CASC. CHRIS. – 9

THURSDAY, APRIL 26
HENRY FOSS – 1, LINCOLN – 0
BONNEY LAKE – 3, FIFE – 2
GIG HARBOR – 12, CENT. KITSAP – 9
LINDBERGH – 15, FOSTER – 1
EVERGREEN LUTH. – 3, OCOSTA – 0

FRIDAY, APRIL 27
STADIUM – 12, LINCOLN – 2
BETHEL – 5, WILSON – 4
MT. TAHOMA – 12, LAKES – 2
BONNEY LK – 8, SPANAWAY LK – 0
PUYALLUP – 8, BELLARMINE – 0
SOUTH KITSAP – 5, CURTIS – 1
GIG HARBOR – 7, NO. THURSTON – 6
CENT. KITSAP – 8, YELM – 6
CAPITAL – 5, SHELTON – 4
TIMBERLINE – 14, PENINSULA – 3
FR. PIERCE – 9, CLOVER PARK – 6
JEFFERSON – 12, WASHINGTON – 4
LINDBERGH – 9, KENT MERIDIAN – 6
VASHON – 8, CASC. CHRIS. – 6
SEA. CHRIS. – 3, BELL. CHRIS. – 2
SO. BEND – 1, LIFE CHRISTIAN – 0
NW. CHRISTIAN – 15, CH. LESCHI – 1
SO. BEND – 1, LIFE CHRISTIAN – 0

SATURDAY, APRIL 28
ROOSEVELT – 15, STADIUM – 0
SO. KITSAP – 4, GIG HARBOR – 1

MONDAY, APRIL 30
WILSON – 12, BETHEL – 1
STADIUM – 11, LINCOLN – 0
LAKES – 15, MT. TAHOMA – 6
BONNEY LK – 9, SPANAWAY LK – 3
GIG HARBOR – 1, NO. THURSTON – 0
TIMBERLINE – 4, PENINSULA – 2
CENT. KITSAP – 3, YELM – 2
SHELTON – 8, CAPITAL – 3
WHITE RIVER – 9, EATONVILLE – 7
CH. WRIGHT – 13, CASC. CHRIS. – 1
CH. WRIGHT – 5, CASC. CHRIS. – 1
SEA. CHRIS. – 6, BELL. CHRIS. – 3

TUESDAY, MAY 1
BETHEL – 9, ORTING – 3
STEILACOOM – 12, LINDBERGH – 0
EATONVILLE – 10, FR. PIERCE – 9
FIFE – 10, RIVER RIDGE – 3
HIGHLINE – 6, WHITE RIVER – 1
LIFE CHRISTIAN – 18, NO. BEACH – 8
LIFE CHRISTIAN – 11, NO. BEACH – 7
OCOSTA – 25, CHIEF LESCHI – 0
OCOSTA – 16, CHIEF LESCHI – 0

TACOMA AREA COLLEGE SCORES
BASEBALL
THURSDAY, APRIL 26
PUGET SOUND – 11, PACIFIC LUTHERAN – 10

FRIDAY, APRIL 27
TACOMA CC – 11, GRAY’S HARBOR – 0
TACOMA CC – 14, GRAY’S HARBOR – 0

SATURDAY, APRIL 28
PACIFIC LUTHERAN – 8, LINFIELD – 6
PACIFIC (ORE.) – 10, PUGET SOUND – 7
TACOMA CC – 15, GRAY’S HARBOR – 8
TACOMA CC – 9, GRAY’S HARBOR – 0
LOWER COLUMBIA – 6, PIERCE – 5
PIERCE – 7, LOWER COLUMBIA – 2

SUNDAY, APRIL 29
PACIFIC LUTHERAN – 4, LINFIELD – 3
PACIFIC (ORE.) – 16, PUGET SOUND – 3
PUGET SOUND – 5, LINFIELD – 2
LOWER COLUMBIA – 4, PIERCE – 0
LOWER COLUMBIA – 6, PIERCE – 5

PUGET SOUND EDGES RIVAL PACIFIC LUTHERAN 11-10 AT CHENEY

Nick Ultsch hit a pinch-hit, two-run single in the eighth inning to lead the Puget Sound baseball team to an 11-10 victory over Pacific Lutheran at Cheney Stadium on Thursday, April 26. 

Andrew Matsueda shut the door on the Lutes in exciting fashion. With a runner on base and two outs in the top of the ninth, Northwest Conference Player of the Year Jacob Bockelie stepped to the plate. Matsueda needed just three pitches to strikeout Bockelie and end the game. 

There were seven lead changes in the game.

The Loggers trailed, 2-0, after the first inning, but Puget Sound put three runs on the board in the bottom of the second. Tyler Brazelton drew a two-out walk, and he scored on a double by James Dejesus. Connor Dunn followed by ripping a triple to deep centerfield, and Jack Gries gave the Loggers a 3-2 lead with a RBI double.

Pacific Lutheran took a 4-3 lead after three innings, but Puget Sound struck for three more runs in the bottom of the fifth. Mason Quinlan tied the score with a double that plated Gries, and Ryan Moyes’ sac fly allowed Jordan Hirae to score. 

Ricardo Barraza drove in the inning’s third run with a triple that allowed Quinlan to reach home.

PLU BASEBALL ENDS SEASON WITH SWEEP OF LINFIELD

The Pacific Lutheran University baseball team sent its seniors out in style on Sunday, downing Linfield College 4-3 at PLU Field to earn a sweep of the April 28 weekend, non-conference series.

The PLU (25-17) scoring kicked off in the bottom of the third inning, with a single from Jacob Bockelie, the NWC Player of the Year. Marques Carlson then drew a walk, and a Max Cummings single drove in Bockelie and moved Carlson to third. Senior Leif Hansen came in to pinch run for Cummings. Tori Doten then hit a scorching double which scored Carlson. With these runs, the Lutes had tied things up with Linfield (22-18).

In the bottom of the eighth, Wesley Nixon hit a leadoff triple, and consecutive walks to Stump and Vick loaded the bases. A Cantu single scored Nixon and Stump to take the lead for the first time in the game, putting the Lutes at their eventual winning score of 4-3.

On the mound for the Lutes, Cole Johnson rocked 8 1/3 innings, boasting three strikeouts on the day and collecting the win before giving way for fellow senior Josh Takagi for the final two outs of the top of the ninth, giving Takagi the save.

The Lutes said goodbye to seven seniors prior to Sunday’s game. Connor Cantu, Anthony Gosline, Leif Hansen, Cole Johnson, Adam Stump, Matt Vick, and Josh Takagi all took the field for their final game in a PLU uniform. The 2018 seniors accumulated a 111-64 record on the diamond, winning two Northwest Conference titles, one NWC Tournament title, and making two NCAA Division III Tournament appearances. The seniors additionally boasted a 68-28 record in NWC play.

“This was a great group of young men,” said PLU head coach Nolan Soete. “They accomplished a lot on and off the field, and we will miss them a lot.” – by Sarah Cornell-Maier, PLU Sports

PLU HOOPSTERS WORK WITH 110 KIDS AT LAKEWOOD CLINIC

The Pacific Lutheran University men’s basketball team gave back to the community on Saturday, April 14, helping out at the Lakewood Community Center Youth Basketball Clinic. Eight Lutes volunteered at the clinic that included around 110 individuals. The pre-established relationship with the community center allowed for the team to continue the tradition of giving back at the clinic.

“I love kids so it’s always fun to come out here each year to spend some time with them,” senior Zac Webb said.

The Lutes on hand led the children in drills and individual instruction at the clinic that spanned nearly four hours. The kids the team worked with are young and just beginning to experience and understand the game and were able to learn more about the sport from the Lutes who also shared their passion for the game of basketball.

“We get to share our love of the game [with them],” Webb said.

This annual event is one of many community service projects the PLU Athletic Department participates in throughout the academic year, giving student-athletes from all 19 sport programs a chance to give back to the local community.

SEATTLE SEAWOLVES FALL IN FRONT OF ANOTHER PACKED HOUSE

The Seattle Seawolves dropped a close match to the Glendale Raptors by a score of 19-15 on Saturday, April 28, at Starfire Stadium in Tukwilla. It was the second-straight sellout for the new franchise. The Seawolves dropped the hammer on the San Diego Legion by a score of 39-23 in their season-opener on Sunday, April 22.

Seattle is one of seven teams in Major League Rugby, and the results so far have been quite positive. The fact that the Seawolves drew two sell-out crowds in their first two home games says quite a bit about the Puget Sound’s interest in the international sport. After a road match against New Orleans on Saturday, May 12, the Seawolves will return to Starfire on Sunday, May 20, for a 5:30 p.m. start. For tickets and more information, visit seattleseawolves.com. 

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