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TACOMA AREA PREP SCORES
SOCCER
4A BOYS TOURNAMENT
FRIDAY, MAY 25
SKYLINE – 1, SUMNER – 0
PASCO – 2, EASTMONT – 1

SATURDAY, MAY 26
PASCO – 1, SKYLINE – 0
(CHAMPIONSHIP)
SUMNER – 6, EASTMONT – 1
(THIRD PLACE)

3A BOYS TOURNAMENT
FRIDAY, MAY 25
ROOSEVELT – 6, REDMOND – 0
GARFIELD – 3, LAKESIDE – 0

SATURDAY, MAY 26
GARFIELD – 2, ROOSEVELT – 1
(CHAMPIONSHIP)
REDMOND – 4, LAKESIDE – 1
(THIRD PLACE)

2A BOYS TOURNAMENT
FRIDAY, MAY 25
COL. RIVER – 1, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 0
BURLINGTON-ED. – 1, HIGHLINE – 0

SATURDAY, MAY 26
COL. RIVER – 2, BURLINGTON-ED. – 0
(CHAMPIONSHIP)
HIGHLINE – 3, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 0
(THIRD PLACE)

1A BOYS TOURNAMENT
FRIDAY, MAY 25
OVERLAKE – 3, SEATTLE ACADEMY – 0
WAHLUKE – 1, ROYAL – 0 (SO)

SATURDAY, MAY 26
OVERLAKE – 3, WAHLUKE – 0
(CHAMPIONSHIP)
ROYAL – 2, SEATTLE ACADEMY – 1
(THIRD PLACE)

FASTPITCH
4A GIRLS TOURNAMENT
FRIDAY, MAY 25 (FIRST RD.)
JACKSON – 10, KENTWOOD – 0
PUYALLUP – 4, UNIVERSITY – 2
NEWPORT – 8, ROGERS – 3
CAMAS – 12, MOSES LAKE – 1
MONROE – 8, TAHOMA – 0
RICHLAND – 11, AUBURN MTN – 4
AUBURN RIV. – 8, EASTLAKE – 6
CENT. VALLEY – 7, EASTMONT – 4

FRIDAY, MAY 25 (SECOND RD.)
JACKSON – 4, PUYALLUP – 0
CAMAS – 7, NEWPORT – 0
MONROE – 9, RICHLAND – 4
CENT. VALLEY – 20, AUBURN RIV. – 4

FRIDAY, MAY 25 (LOSER OUT)
KENTWOOD – 11, UNIVERSITY – 6
ROGERS – 14, MOSES LAKE – 4
TAHOMA – 3, AUBURN MTN. – 1
EASTLAKE – 16, EASTMONT – 0
AUBURN RIV. – 8, KENTWOOD – 7
RICHLAND – 14, ROGERS – 9
NEWPORT – 10, TAHOMA – 6
PUYALLUP – 10, EASTLAKE – 4

SATURDAY, MAY 26
JACKSON – 6, CAMAS – 0
MONROE – 1, CENTRAL VALLEY – 0
JACKSON – 6, MONROE – 3
(CHAMPIONSHIP)

SATURDAY, MAY 26 (LOSER OUT)
CAMAS – 5, RICHLAND – 0
CENTRAL VALLEY – 9, NEWPORT – 1
CENTRAL VALLEY – 5, CAMAS – 2
(THIRD PLACE)

3A GIRLS TOURNAMENT
FRIDAY, MAY 25 (FIRST RD.)
REDMOND – 3, YELM – 0
MT. SPOKANE – 1, STADIUM – 0
EDMONDS-WD. – 6, BAINBRIDGE – 4
BONNEY LAKE – 8, JUANITA – 0
KELSO – 5, BLANCHET – 0
SNOHOMISH – 5, GIG HARBOR – 3
GARFIELD – 6, KAMIAKIN – 1
MARYSVILL-P – 6, PRAIRIE – 2

FRIDAY, MAY 25 (SECOND RD.)
MT. SPOKANE – 6, REDMOND – 5
BONNEY LAKE – 4, EDMONDS-WD. – 2
SNOHOMISH – 5, KELSO – 0
MARYSVILLE-P – 4, GARFIELD – 2

FRIDAY, MAY 25 (LOSER OUT)
YELM – 4, STADIUM – 0
BAINBRIDGE – 9, JUANITA – 4
GIG HARBOR – 14, BLANCHET – 3
KAMIAKIN – 9, PRAIRIE – 5
YELM – 5, GARFIELD – 2
BAINBRIDGE – 6, KELSO – 1
GIG HARBOR – 11, EDMONDS-WD. – 10
REDMOND – 13, KAMIAKIN – 11

SATURDAY, MAY 26
BONNEY LAKE – 3, MT. SPOKANE – 2
SNOHOMISH – 3, MARYSVILLE-P – 1
BONNEY LAKE – 8, SNOHOMISH – 5 (11)
(CHAMPIONSHIP)

SATURDAY, MAY 26 (LOSER OUT)
YELM – 5, BAINBRIDGE – 1
REDMOND – 7, GIG HARBOR – 4
YELM – 3, MT. SPOKANE – 2
REDMOND – 12, MARYSVILLE-P – 2
YELM – 6, REDMOND – 5
(THIRD PLACE)

2A GIRLS TOURNAMENT
FRIDAY, MAY 25 (FIRST RD.)
SELAH – 5, LAKEWOOD – 1
W.F. WEST – 10, WHITE RIVER – 0
PT. ANGELES – 13, SEDRO-W – 3
WOODLAND – 6, CHENEY – 0
NO. KITSAP – 9, EAST VALLEY – 6
SEHOME – 12, FIFE – 0
RIDGEFIELD – 7, OLYMPIC – 4
ELLENSBURG – 5, LYNDEN – 3

FRIDAY, MAY 25 (SECOND RD.)
W.F. WEST – 11, SELAH – 1
WOODLAND – 12, PT. ANGELES – 3
SEHOME – 12, NO. KITSAP – 0
ELLENSBURG – 1, RIDGEFIELD – 0

FRIDAY, MAY 25 (LOSER OUT)
LAKEWOOD – 8, WHITE RIVER – 5
SEDRO-W – 10, CHENEY – 6
EAST VALLEY – 6, FIFE – 5
LYNDEN – 14, OLYMPIC – 6
RIDGEFIELD – 11, LAKEWOOD – 1
SEDRO-W – 15, NO. KITSAP – 0
PT. ANGELES – 19, EAST VALLEY – 3
SELAH – 11, LYNDEN – 1

SATURDAY, MAY 26
WOODLAND – 10, W.F. WEST – 1
ELLENSBURG – 12, SEHOME – 2
WOODLAND – 5, ELLENSBURG – 1
(CHAMPIONSHIP)

SATURDAY, MAY 26 (LOSER OUT)
RIDGEFIELD – 8, SEDRO-W – 1
SELAH – 6, PT. ANGELES – 4
W.F. WEST – 13, RIDGEFIELD – 6
SELAH – 12, SEHOME – 5
W.F. WEST – 17, SELAH – 3
(THIRD PLACE)

BASEBALL
4A BOYS TOURNAMENT
FRIDAY, MAY 25
RICHLAND – 11, FEDERAL WAY – 0
SKYVIEW – 3, WENATCHEE – 1

SATURDAY, MAY 26
RICHLAND – 5, SKYVIEW – 2
(CHAMPIONSHIP)
FEDERAL WAY – 13, WENATCHEE – 5
(THIRD PLACE)

3A BOYS TOURNAMENT
FRIDAY, MAY 25
KELSO – 5, EDMONDS-WD. – 4
SOUTHRIDGE – 11, EASTSIDE CATH. – 5

SATURDAY, MAY 26
SOUTHRIDGE – 11, KELSO – 6
(CHAMPIONSHIP)
EASTSIDE CATH. – 10, EDMONDS-WD. – 0
(THIRD PLACE)

2A BOYS TOURNAMENT
FRIDAY, MAY 25
ELLENSBURG – 4, W.F. WEST – 0
MOUNTLAKE TERR. – 7, W. VALLEY – 3

SATURDAY, MAY 26
ELLENSBURG – 2, MOUNTLAKE TERR. – 1
(CHAMPIONSHIP)
W.F. WEST – 12, WEST VALLEY – 0
(THIRD PLACE)

1A BOYS TOURNAMENT
FRIDAY, MAY 25
KING’S WAY – 4, CASHMERE – 0
FREEMAN – 13, CEDAR PARK CHR. – 1

SATURDAY, MAY 26
FREEMAN – 6, KING’S WAY – 2
(CHAMPIONSHIP)
CASHMERE – 6, CEDAR PARK CHR. – 3
(THIRD PLACE)

2B TOURNAMENT
FRIDAY, MAY 25
TRI-CITIES PREP – 11, KALAMA – 6
BREWSTER – 7, ADNA – 1

SATURDAY, MAY 26
TRI-CITIES PREP – 14, BREWSTER – 7
(CHAMPIONSHIP)
ADNA – 5, KALAMA – 4
(THIRD PLACE)

1B TOURNAMENT
SATURDAY, MAY 19
ALMIRA-C-H – 2, POMEROY – 0
COLTON – 2, EVERGREEN LUTH. – 1

SATURDAY, MAY 26
ALMIRA-C-H – 8, COLTON – 4
(CHAMPIONSHIP)

UNDEFEATED SUPER WELTERWEIGHT PRIMED FOR BATTLE AT THE BOAT 116

Primed and ready, knockout specialist Steven Villalobos is anticipating big things for himself when he steps back into the ring. 

The super welterweight will look to remain undefeated when he faces Jose Leon in a scheduled five-round semi-main event at Battle at the Boat 116 on Saturday, June 9, at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma. 

“Fans should expect a star to be born,” the 26-year-old Villalobos said. “I’m making a statement and I will be victorious.” 

Highlighting the six-bout card will be a 10-round main event between undefeated fighters Giovanni Cabrera-Mioletti (11-0-0, 3 KOs) and Elijah Pierce (8-0-0, 7 KOs).

Tickets are available through the EQC box office and all Ticketmaster outlets. Preliminary bouts will start at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.

Villalobos enters the bout with a stellar 7-0-1 record with six of his victories coming by knockout. His most recent KO came in his last fight on March 25 when he needed just 2 minutes, 48 seconds to hand Luciano Hernandez Garcia his first career setback. It marked the sixth time a Villalobos contest failed to get out of the first round. 

Villalobos’ lone non-victory came in his Battle at the Boat debut on Nov. 18, 2017 when he fought to a split draw against Eduardo Torres. One judge scored the five-round bout 49-45 in favor of Villalobos, while another had Torres as the 48-46 winner. The third judge scored the bout a 47-47 draw. 

Villalobos and Leon (6-2-1, 5 KOs) have somewhat of a history together despite never fighting. The two were scheduled to meet in Idaho on May 24 but the fight was cancelled after a dispute regarding the weight couldn’t be resolved. 

“Training has been going great. Camp has been perfect,” said Villalobos, who was named the best fighter at the Las Vegas Golden Gloves Regional tournament in 2016 after defeating a three-time national Golden Gloves champion. “I’m full of energy and ready to go for the opponent that is going to be in front of me. I’m on weight. I’ve been ready since the last time he dropped out.” 

Residing in Burlington, Villalobos trains out of the Renton-based Tenochtitlan Boxing Gym.

“I’ve always had like three or four trainers so I wanted all their styles,” Villalobos said, “defense, footwork and to be an aggressive, but smart fighter and that’s what I get with (trainer) Paco (Reyes) in Renton.”

Tenochtitlan Boxing Gym could have a big night on June 9 as Villalobos is one of three of its fighters appearing on the card. 

The gym will also have Cris Reyes (2-0-0, KO) taking on a debuting Bryce Gonzales and Jorge Linares (3-1-0, 3 KOs) facing Antonio Neal (4-8, 3 KOs). Both bouts are in the 139-pound weight division. 

Battle at the Boat 116 will feature the VIP experience with third row seats being discounted to $75 per ticket. All fans seated in in the VIP section (rows 1-3) will have an exclusive access point and a dedicated server to help create a true VIP experience. Battle at the Boat 116 is brought to you by Brian Halquist Productions. For more information, please visit www.halquistproductions.com and the Battle at the Boat Facebook page.

TACOMA/PIERCE COUNTY VOLLEYBALL OFFICIALS NEEDED

The Tacoma-Pierce County Volleyball Officials Board is in need of individuals who are interested in officiating middle school, junior high, senior high, college, and recreation department volleyball matches throughout Pierce County. Line judges are also needed for local high school matches. A comprehensive training program scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 21, Sunday, Aug. 26 and Monday, Aug. 27, is offered for all new officials and the opportunities to advance in the organization are extensive.

For students, retirees, or former athletes looking to re-connect with a sport, officiating high school and middle school sports is also an excellent way to earn some extra income and provide a great service to the teams. Registration is due no later than Thursday, Aug. 9, so please contact us immediately.

For additional information on becoming a volleyball official, please visit our website attpcvob.com and contact Marc Blau at (253) 677-2872 or mhblau@comcast.net.

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