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TACOMA AREA PREP SCORES

BOYS’ SOCCER
TUESDAY, MAY 8
PUYALLUP – 3, KENTWOOD – 2
CURTIS – 3, KENTLAKE – 2
BEAMER – 5, EMERALD RIDGE – 3
OLYMPIA – 2, FEDERAL WAY – 1
SOUTH KITSAP – 2, DECATUR – 1
FIFE – 3, KINGSTON – 1
FR. PIERCE – 1, PT. ANGELES – 0
N. KITSAP – 1, WASHINGTON – 0
VASHON – 8, COUPEVILLE – 4
CHARLES WRIGHT – 4, KLAHOWYA – 3

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9
CAPITAL – 2, LINCOLN – 1
BONNEY LAKE – 2, C. KITSAP – 1
HUDSON’S BAY – 4, BETHEL – 0
SHELTON – 4, KELSO – 2

THURSDAY, MAY 10
AUBURN RIV. – 2, CURTIS – 1
PUYALLUP – 2, BEAMER – 1
SUMNER – 4, HERITAGE – 1
OLYMPIA – 1, UNION – 0
SOUTH KITSAP – 2, MT. RAINIER – 1
WASHINGTON – 2, PT. ANGELES – 1
VASHON – 1, CHARLES WRIGHT – 0

SATURDAY, MAY 12
STADIUM – 6, SHELTON – 0
MT. TAHOMA – 2, PENINSULA – 1
MTN. VIEW – 1, BONNEY LAKE – 0
NO. THURSTON – 1, WILSON – 0
SUMNER – 2, SOUTH KITSAP – 1
GIG HARBOR – 3, HUDSON’S BAY – 2
EVERGREEN – 2, CAPITAL – 1
FR. PIERCE – 1, HIGHLINE – 0
NO. KITSAP – 2, FIFE – 1
SEQUIM – 2, WASHINGTON – 1
KLAHOWYA – 2, CHARLES WRIGHT – 1

TUESDAY, MAY 15
LAKESIDE – 7, STADIUM – 2
SNOHOMISH – 7, MT. TAHOMA – 2
SUMNER – 2, MOUNT SI – 1
GLACIER PEAK – 2, OLYMPIA – 0
GIG HARBOR – 2, INTERLAKE – 1
FR. PIERCE – 2, EAST VALLEY – 1
UNIVERSITY PREP – 3, VASHON – 2

FASTPITCH
TUESDAY, MAY 8
STADIUM – 11, MT. TAHOMA – 0
SPANAWAY LK – 13, WILSON – 12
BONNEY LAKE – 14, LAKES – 0
BETHEL – 34, LINCOLN – 0
CURTIS – 7, EMERALD RIDGE – 6
BELLARMINE – 4, SUMNER – 1
OLYMPIA – 19, GRAHAM-K – 8
ROGERS – 15, SOUTH KITSAP – 9
FIFE – 7, FORKS – 6
VASHON – 17, SEA. CHRISTIAN – 5

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9
PUYALLUP – 25, GRAHAM-K – 3

THURSDAY, MAY 10
STADIUM – 14, LAKES – 0
BONNEY LAKE – 8, BETHEL – 0
PUYALLUP – 15, OLYMPIA – 0
ROGERS – 1, SUMNER – 1
GIG HARBOR – 5, PENINSULA – 4
YELM – 10, NO. THURSTON – 0
PENINSULA – 13, C. KITSAP – 2
NO. THURSTON – 10, SHELTON – 1

FRIDAY, MAY 11
PUYALLUP – 12, CURTIS – 2
GRAHAM-K – 5, BELLARMINE – 3
SHELTON – 8, C. KITSAP – 5
YELM – 2, GIG HARBOR – 0
NO. THURSTON – 6, PENINSULA – 5
WHITE RIVER – 8, EATONVILLE – 6

MONDAY, MAY 14
WILSON – 12, MT. TAHOMA – 2
ROGERS – 13, YELM – 9
PUYALLUP – 7, MONTESANO – 2
SUMNER – 10, SPANAWAY LK – 0
GIG HARBOR – 6, PT. ANGELES – 4
OLYMPIC – 1, C. KITSAP – 0
FIFE – 7, ORTING – 6

TUESDAY, MAY 15
BONNEY LAKE – 3, AUBURN RIV. – 0
AUBURN – 5, BETHEL – 3
BEAMER – 14, SUMNER – 13
SOUTH KITSAP – 15, EM. RIDGE – 0

BASEBALL
TUESDAY, MAY 8
CURTIS – 11, KENTWOOD – 1
PUYALLUP – 6, KENTLAKE – 1
FEDERAL WAY – 5, SO. KITSAP – 4
OLYMPIA – 8, ENUMCLAW – 4
SUMNER – 9, BATTLE GROUND – 2
COUPEVILLE – 10, CH. WRIGHT – 0

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9
WILSON – 6, MTN. VIEW – 4
BONNEY LAKE – 16, BETHEL – 4
KENTRIDGE – 10, CURTIS – 5
SO. KITSAP – 8, OLYMPIA – 4
SKYVIEW – 6, SUMNER – 2
TIMBERLINE – 11, YELM – 5
N. KITSAP – 7, C. KITSAP – 2
STEILACOOM – 10, FR. PIERCE – 0
WHITE RIVER – 5, LINDBERGH – 4

THURSDAY, MAY 10
CH. WRIGHT – 5, CHIMACUM – 0
EV. LUTHERAN – 4, LK. QUINALT – 3

SATURDAY, MAY 12
BONNEY LAKE – 5, WILSON – 2
KELSO – 5, BONNEY LAKE – 2
PUYALLUP – 9, FEDERAL WAY – 1
SO. KITSAP – 3, KENTLAKE – 0
PUYALLUP – 5, TAHOMA – 2
SKYVIEW – 7, SO. KITSAP – 4
GIG HARBOR – 7, SHELTON – 1
CAPITAL – 4, C. KITSAP – 2
KELSO – 3, TIMBERLINE – 2
CAPITAL – 7, GIG HARBOR – 6
SHELTON – 8, C. KITSAP – 5
FIFE – 10, HIGHLINE – 3
WHITE RIVER – 4, OLYMPIC – 2
STEILACOOM – 12, KINGSTON – 2
FIFE – 8, NO. KITSAP – 4
STEILACOOM – 16, WHITE RIVER – 6
CH. WRIGHT – 8, COUPEVILLE – 2
NASELLE – 9, EV. LUTHERAN – 4

MEN’S SOCCER
EVERGREEN PREMIER LEAGUE (EPLWA)
SATURDAY, MAY 5
WASH. PREMIER – 4, OLYMPIC FORCE – 1
BELLINGHAM UTD. – 1, OLY TOWN – 1
TRI-CITIES ALLIANCE – 3, SPOKANE – 2
VANCOUVER – 2, YAKIMA UTD. – 1

SATURDAY, MAY 12
SPOKANE – 4, BELLINGHAM UTD. – 0
TRI-CITIES – 1, YAKIMA UTD. – 0
SEATTLE STARS – 3, OLYMPIC FORCE – 2

SUNDAY, MAY 13
WASH. PREMIER – 4, VANCOUVER – 0
OLY TOWN – 2, SEATTLE STARS – 1

WOMEN’S SOCCER
NORTHWEST PREMIER LEAGUE (NWPL)
SATURDAY, MAY 5
WASH. PREMIER – 1, OLYMPIC FORCE – 1
WASH. TIMBERS – 5, YAKIMA UTD. – 0
TWIN CITY UNION – 0, BLACK HILLS FC – 0

SUNDAY, MAY 6
CAPITAL FC – 3, NCW ALLIANCE – 1

SATURDAY, MAY 12
SEATTLE STARS – 3, OLYMPIC FORCE – 0
YAKIMA UTD. – 2, TWIN CITY UNION – 1
CAPITAL FC – 4, BLACK HILLS FC – 0

SUNDAY, MAY 13
WASH. TIMBERS – 3, WASH. PREMIER – 1

COLLEGE BASEBALL
FRIDAY, MAY 11
PIERCE COLLEGE – 6, GRAY’S HARBOR – 1
PIERCE COLLEGE – 10, GRAY’S HARBOR – 0

SATURDAY, MAY 12
TACOMA CC – 8, GREEN RIVER CC – 4
TACOMA CC – 10, GREEN RIVER CC – 0
PIERCE COLLEGE – 9, GRAY’S HARBOR – 5
PIERCE COLLEGE – 7, GRAY’S HARBOR – 4

SUNDAY, MAY 13
TACOMA CC – 10, GREEN RIVER CC – 1
TACOMA CC – 10, GREEN RIVER CC – 0

PUYALLUP TRIBAL SNOWBOARDER INKS SPONSORSHIP
After appearing in the Tacoma Weekly, the Puyallup Tribal News, and on KING 5 television, 12-year old Devon Bryan has picked up sponsorships from Bleach of Tacoma and Arbor Snowboards. The Puyallup Tribal member is fresh off a second-place finish at the North American Junior Freeride Championships in the 12-14 age division, with a third-place overall finish for all age groups. Bryan will be spending much of the summer finding snow on other continents.

PLU TO REPRESENT WEST REGION AT NCAA ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPS
The NCAA Division III women’s rowing selection committee released the field for the 2018 NCAA Division III Championships on Monday, May 14, with three-time Northwest Conference champion Pacific Lutheran University one of eight institutions earning a berth to the event held at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla. beginning on Friday, May 25.
The Lutes carry the banner for the Pacific Region for the third consecutive season. PLU finished fourth at the NCAA Championships in 2016 before the Lutes’ 1V8+ placed eighth overall at last year’s championships. PLU is joined by Bates College, Ithaca College, Washington College, Wellesley College, Wesleyan University, Williams College, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
PLU’s NWC champion 1V8+ boat will be in lane four of Heat B with Williams, Ithaca, and Wellesley. The Lute 2V8+ will be in Heat B lane two along with boats from Williams, Wesleyan, and Ithaca. The Lute 2V8+ will hit the water on May 25 at 8:24 a.m. (Eastern Time) with the 1V8+ taking off at 8:48 a.m.

PLU TRACK and FIELD SETS TWO SCHOOL RECORDS IN PORTLAND
The Pacific Lutheran University men’s and women’s track & field program sent six student-athletes to one last meet before the 2018 NCAA Division III Championships, turning in a strong showing at the Portland Twilight. Machaela Graddy and Brad Hodkinson headlined the weekend, both establishing school records in their respective events on Saturday, May 12.
On the track, Hodkinson etched his name atop the record books in the 5,000-meters, crossing the finish as the top Division III competitor at the meet, logging a time of 14 minutes. 25.44 seconds. His time shatters the old school record by more than eight seconds, breaking the previous best of 14:33.86 set by Forrest Griek in 2000. In the field, Graddy shattered a record that had a significantly shorter shelf life, besting her own school record set last weekend after uncorking a throw of 146 feet, two inches, to win the javelin throw. Her winning heave was almost five feet further than her previous best and currently stands as the fifth best throw in Division III this season.
Christopher Nussbaum clocked a 15:54.98 in the 5,000-meters while Kyle Rapacz finished the 3,000-meter steeplechase in 9:36.49. In the field, Erik Swartout tallied a throw of 182’ 2” in the javelin while in the women’s high jump, Lauren Wilson cleared 5’ 1 3/4”.
Participants for the 2018 NCAA Division III Championships will be released on May 19 at 9 a.m. (Eastern) on NCAA.com. The 2018 Championships begin on Thursday, May 24, in La Crosse, Wisc.

UNDEFEATED CABRERA-MIOLETTI RETURNS TO BATTLE OF THE BOAT 116
Rapidly rising junior lightweight phenom Giovanni Cabrera-Mioletti is heading back to the Emerald Queen Casino. Fresh off the biggest win of his career the undefeated Cabrera-Mioletti will face fellow undefeated fighter Elijah Pierce in a 10-round main event at Battle at the Boat 116 on Tacoma on Saturday, June 9.
“Giovanni has star written all over him,” promoter Brian Halquist said. “I have been promoting boxing for more than three decades and I can honestly say Gio is without question one of the top young talents I have ever seen live, and the scary part is, he is only going to get better.”
Cabrera-Mioletti has been flawless during the early stages of his professional career, posting a perfect 11-0 record. Pierce has been spotless as well, winning all eight of his fights with seven victories coming by way of knockout.
The six-bout card will also feature two additional undefeated fighters on the undercard in Steven Villalobos and Cris Reyes.
“This card is chalked full of young, exciting talent,” Halquist said. “Years from you now we will look back on this card and notice just how incredible it was because we expect great things from all four of these undefeated fighters.”
Tickets are available through the EQC box office and all Ticketmaster outlets. Preliminary bouts will start at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m.
Cabrera-Mioletti has been on an absolute tear in 2018. In his last fight on March 17 he put away previously undefeated Ray Lampkin, Jr. by second-round TKO in the main event of Battle at the Boat 115. That victory came on the heels of his Jan. 13 triumph over former Global Boxing Union world lightweight champion Tyrone Harris.
Over his last five fights, Cabrera-Mioletti has handed three boxers their first career setback as he also bested former undefeated fighters Roberto Meza and William Hernandez.
Pierce, who fights out of Oklahoma City, is coming off a fourth-round stoppage of Anthony Napunyi on Nov. 4, 2017. That win marks the seventh KO for the 21-year-old Pierce, who is no stranger to handing an undefeated fighter his first loss as well as he did just that one year ago with his unanimous decision over Alejandro Rochin. Pierce also scored a third-round TKO victory over Divante Jones, who entered their Sept. 2, 2017 fight with a record of 9-1.
Highlighting the undercard will be a five-round bout between Villalobos (7-0-1) and Jose Leon (6-2-1). There should be no power shortage in the 156-pound fight as Villalobos has knocked out six opponents he has faced while Leon has registered an equally impressive five victories by way of KO.
In a second five-round bout on the undercard Jorge Linares (3-1-0, 3 KOs) will face Marco Cardenas (6-7-1, 2 KOs) at 139 pounds. Also looking to stay undefeated will be Reyes, who wowed the crowd at Battle at the Boat 115 with his first-round TKO win over Nicholas Credit. Reyes (2-0-0, KO) will square off against Bryce Gonzales (debut) at 139 pounds.
Battle at the Boat 116 will also feature the professional boxing debut of former MMA fighter Brent Knopp. Knopp, who played football at the University of Washington, has a career mixed martial arts record of 8-2 and is a former CageSport light heavyweight champion.
Rounding out the card will be a 122-pound bout between Isaiah Najera (3-3-0, KO) and Sebastian Baltazar (0-1-0).

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