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AREA HIGH SCHOOL RESULTS

FOOTBALL

Friday, Aug. 31

  • Puyallup – 49, Bellarmine – 14
  • Curtis – 51, Rogers – 21
  • Olympia – 35, Emerald Ridge – 7
  • Sumner – 49, South Kitsap – 0
  • Graham-K – 51, Sheldon (Ore.)
  • Lincoln – 31, Camas – 29
  • Bethel – 56, Battle Ground – 7
  • Capital – 22, Lakes – 9
  • Eisenhower – 42, Stadium – 28
  • Bonney Lake – 38, Franklin Pc. – 28
  • Gig Harbor – 41 – Spanaway Lk. – 13
  • Eastmont – 20, Wilson – 0
  • Davis – 30, Mt. Tahoma – 6
  • Yelm – 45, Skyview – 41
  • Gig Harbor – 41, Spanaway Lk. – 13
  • Tumwater – 35, Timberline – 6
  • Capital – 22, Lakes – 9
  • O’Dea – 28, Peninsula – 0
  • Central Kitsap – 33, Olympic – 14
  • North Thurston – 16, W. Seattle – 16
  • North Mason – 35, Shelton – 14
  • Clover Park – 64, Lindbergh – 16
  • Steilacoom – 27, Lk. Washington – 14
  • Sequim – 44, Washington – 21
  • Enumclaw – 41, White River – 21
  • Rainier Beach – 38, Fife – 13
  • Woodinville – 34, Foster – 8
  • Hazen – 40, Renton – 20
  • W.F. West – 28, River Ridge – 27
  • Zillah – 49, Evergreen – 0
  • Ingraham – 34, Highline – 7
  • Archbishop Murphy – 23, Eatonville – 3
  • Cascade Christian – 28, Orting – 7
  • Toledo – 37, Charles Wright – 7
  • Sultan – 55, Vashon Island – 0
  • Crescent – 58, Chief Leschi – 50

Saturday, Sept. 1

  • Life Christian – 33, Bellevue Chr. – 12
  • Lummi – 58, Tacoma Baptist – 50

 

GIRLS SOCCER

Friday, Aug. 31

  • Central Valley – 4, Curtis – 0
  • South Kitsap – 2, Peninsula – 1
  • Timberline – 4, Tumwater – 2
  • Orting – 2, Cascade Christian – 0

Saturday, Sept. 1

  • Curtis – 2, Mead – 1
  • Sumner – 1, Union – 0
  • Emerald Ridge – 6, Grandview – 0

Monday, Sept. 3

  • Puyallup – 3, Skyline – 0

 

AREA COLLEGE RESULTS

FOOTBALL

Saturday, Sept. 1

  • Puget Sound – 45, Claremont M-S – 35

 

VOLLEYBALL

Friday, Aug. 31

  • Wis.-Oshkosh – 3, Puget Sound – 0
  • Millikin – 3, Puget Sound – 0
  • Pacific Lutheran – 3, Wis.-Oshkosh – 0
  • Pacific Lutheran – 3, Elizabethtown – 0

Saturday, Sept. 1

  • Elizabethtown – 3, Puget Sound – 0
  • Pacific Lutheran – 3, Millikin – 0
  • Pacific Lutheran – 3, Puget Sound – 0

 

MENS SOCCER

Thursday, Aug. 30

  • Tacoma – 6, Shoreline – 0

Friday, Aug. 31

  • Pacific Lutheran – 2, Wis. Lutheran – 1
  • Mary Hardin – 2, Puget Sound – 1 (2OT)
  • Pierce – 2, Walla Walla – 1

Saturday, Sept. 1

  • Pacific Lutheran – 2, Mil. SOE – 0
  • Texas-Tyler – 1, Pacific Lutheran – 0
  • Tacoma – 4, North Idaho – 0

Sunday, Sept. 2

  • Peninsula – 1, North Idaho – 0

Monday, Sept. 3

  • Pacific Lutheran – 1, Carroll – 0

 

WOMENS SOCCER

Friday, Aug. 31

  • Pacific Lutheran – 0, Trinity – 0
  • Emory – 1, Puget Sound – 0
  • Walla Walla – 2, Pierce – 0

Saturday, Sept. 1

  • Tacoma – 2, North Idaho – 0
  • Peninsula – 2, Spokane – 0

Sunday, Sept. 2

  • Emory – 2, Pacific Lutheran – 0
  • Trinity – 1, Puget Sound – 0
  • Peninsula – 2, North Idaho – 1

 

HUGE MAIN EVENT ON TAPE FOR BATTLE AT THE BOAT 117

Rising star Giovanni Cabrera Mioletti will put his undefeated record on the line when he faces former world championship contender Carlos Padilla in the main event of Battle at the Boat 117 on Saturday, Sept. 8, at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma.

Cabrera Mioletti brings an unblemished record of 12-0 with 3 KOs into the 10-round junior lightweight contest, while Padilla is 16-7-1 with 10 KOs.

The main event will be one of six bouts on the card. Battle at the Boat 117 will also feature undefeated Cris Reyes squaring off against Keith Wolf in a clash of 138 pounders and a second 138-pound bout between Jorge Linares (4-1-0) and Shae Green (1-0-1).

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.

The 24-year-old Cabrera Mioletti has looked razor sharp in 2018, going a perfect 3-for-3 with wins over Tyrone Harris, Ray Lampkin, Jr. and Elijah Pierce. Harris is a former United State Boxing Association and Global Boxing Union lightweight champion. Lampkin (11-0) and Pierce (8-0) both came into their respective bouts against Cabrera Mioletti undefeated and proceeded to suffer their first career setbacks.

Cabrera Mioletti bested Lampkin by second-round TKO on March 17 before defeating Pierce by unanimous decision (97-92, 97-92, 100-89) on June 9.

“We’ve had a lot of fighters come through here,” said promoter Brian Halquist, whose Battle at the Boat series is the longest running tribal boxing series in the nation, with its inaugural show taking place in 1997. “But I don’t think we’ve ever had an up-and-coming fighter as exciting as Gio. We’ve had some of the best boxers fight at Battle at the Boat. We’ve had numerous world champions and world title contenders and Gio possesses all the tools one needs to be in that class of boxer.”

Padilla is no stranger to facing undefeated fighters, having fought Austin Dulay (10-0) last year and Miguel Flores (17-0) in 2015. He also challenged Emanuel Lopez for the interim World Boxing Association world super featherweight title three years ago.

“You don’t get a chance to fight for an interim world championship unless you are a very gifted boxer, and that’s what Padilla is,” Halquist said. “If Gio wants to take that next step towards eventually becoming a world champion he needs to go through guys like Padilla. This will be a huge measuring stick to see where Gio belongs.”

Also looking to stay undefeated will be Cris Reyes, who has put on a power display in his last two appearances.

A 2015 National PAL champion, Reyes is 3-0 during the early stages of his career, winning his last two fights by knockout.

“Leading up to this fight training has gone great. I’ve been training hard not only for this fight but for my future,” the 19-year-old Reyes said. “Fans should expect to see a future superstar in the making to put on an amazing show.”

Yakima’s Andres Reyes, who is no relation to Cris Reyes, will return to the ring following a year hiatus. Reyes (7-3-1, 2 KOs) will face the always tough Sean Gee in a 147-pound bout.

“The fans will get their money’s worth with this fight,” said Reid Goyette, who trains Andres Reyes at Reid’s Hell Garage. “When one of my fighters from the Hell Garage fights at the Battle at the Boat I usually say this will be fight of the night, and this could be fight of the night.”

Also on the undercard will be a 4-round bout in the 127-pound weight division between undefeated Juan Gomez (1-0-0) and Gilberto Duran and a 140-pound fight between Andres Garcia Albaca and Luis DeAlba.

Battle at the Boat 117 will feature the VIP experience with 3rdRow 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 117 is brought to you by Brian Halquist Productions. For more information, please visit www.halquistproductions.com and the Battle at the Boat Facebook page.

Battle at the Boat 117 Card

10 Round Main Event – Junior Lightweight

Giovanni Cabrera Mioletti (12-0-0, 3 KOs) vs. Carlos Padilla (16-7-1, 10 KOs)

Five Round Bouts

138 pounds: Jorge Linares (4-1-0) vs. Shae Green (1-0-1)

147 pounds: Andres Reyes (7-3-1), vs. Sean Gee (4-8-0)

Four Round Undercard Bouts

138 pounds: Cris Reyes (3-0-0) vs. Keith Wolf (0-1-0)

140 pounds: Andres Garcia Albaca (debut) vs. Luis DeAlba (debut)

127 pounds: Juan Gomez (1-0-0) vs. Gilberto Duran (1-0-0)

 

ABOUT BRIAN HALQUIST

Brian Halquist Productions is the Northwest premiere fight promotion company creator of the famed “Battle at the Boat” boxing series promoting more than 20 years and over 110 fights at the Emerald Queen Casino. BHP has also built the largest professional MMA series on the USA’s west coast with “CageSport MMA” nearing more than 50 fights. Brian Halquist Productions has promoted events for ESPN, ShowTime and HBO and featured on Showtime’s historic boxing event in St Lucia, West Indies. Brian Halquist Productions has been promoting fights and concerts for over 30 years in the Pacific Northwest.

 

LOGGERS ERASE 14-POINT DEFICIT FOR BIG ROAD WIN

AJ Johnson hauled in 12 catches for 193 yards and two touchdowns, and the Puget Sound football team overcame a 14-point deficit to stun Claremont-M-S on the road, 45-35, Saturday afternoon.

The Loggers start the season 1-0 for the fourth time in five years.

Johnson’s first touchdown grab was a 23-yard completion from Nik Bernhardt that gave the Loggers (1-0) a 28-21 lead midway through the third quarter. Johnson’s second touchdown stood as the game-winner when Murdock Rutledge tossed a 30-yard strike to the back of the end zone.

Puget Sound trailed 21-7 late in the second quarter, but the Loggers went into halftime with momentum on their side after Bernhardt connected with Michael Zabran for a two-yard touchdown with 10 seconds left in the half.

The Loggers continued their aerial onslaught in the second half, and Jewell Day‘s 25-yard touchdown reception from Bernhardt tied the game, 21-21, early in the third quarter.

The Stags’ subsequent possession lasted just three possessions thanks to an interception by Jason Clayton on the CMS 39-yard line, setting up Johnson’s first score.

Puget Sound’s defense put pressure on the Stags’ quarterback all game. The Loggers totaled 5 sacks, including two from All-Northwest Conference defensive lineman Todd Blakely.

Matt Ahnin provided the exclamation point for Puget Sound’s defensive efforts when he returned a fumble 76 yards to pay dirt. The defensive score gave the Loggers a 35-28 edge with five minutes left in the fourth quarter.

Offensively, the Loggers totaled 428 yards, allowed just one sack, and did not turn the ball over.

The 2018 home opener is set for Saturday, Sept. 8, against Redlands at 1 p.m.

 

PLU MEN GO 3-0 ON ROAD TRIP OF WISCONSIN.

Archie Caldwell came off the bench and provided the lone goal of the night, giving the Pacific Lutheran University men’s soccer team the 1-0 victory over host Carroll University to close out the squad’s three game tour of Wisconsin undefeated.

“We’re really happy with the trip. It’s a long trip but we got a lot out of it,” said PLU head coach John Yorke. “We’re very pleased with two shutouts and the growth of our defending, especially the back line. Also the fact that five different guys scored goals on this trip is really promising.”

Caldwell proved to be the spark off the bench the Lutes (1-0) needed on Monday, collecting his first collegiate goal in the 33rd minute off a feed from Spencer Hokama.

That goal proved to be more than enough for the Lutes as the defense clamped down on the host Pioneers (0-2) to net the squad’s second shutout of the season.

“Archie is going to be a really good forward for us as he continues to gain confidence and grow in the game,” said Yorke. “Him getting his first goal today and a game-winner as a bonus was really cool.”

Cole Weaver and RJ Noll combined for the shutout in net, each seeing 45 minutes of action between the posts. Their counterpart, Connor Thompson finished with three saves in the losing effort.

“Our seniors have been great examples for our younger guys on this trip and I can’t say enough about their contributions so far,” said Yorke. “Obviously there is a lot of season left to go and we still have a ton of work to do but we can be excited for tonight about a 3-0 road trip.”

The Lutes return to the pitch on Friday, Sept. 7,  as they welcome Brooklyn College to East Field at 2:30 p.m.

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