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AREA HIGH SCHOOL RESULTS

FOOTBALL

Thursday, Oct. 25
Bellarmine – 43, Emerald Ridge – 0
River Ridge – 34, Washington – 0
Clover Park – 46, Foster – 16
Cascade Chr. – 44, Klahowya – 28

Friday, Oct. 26
Lincoln – 36, Bethel – 16
Lakes – 41, Wilson – 13
Stadium – 40, Spanaway Lake – 12
Bonney Lake – 49, Mt. Tahoma – 7
Curtis – 47, Olympia – 14
Puyallup – 27, Rogers – 3
Graham Kapowsin – 35, Sumner – 6
Battle Ground – 45, South Kitsap – 7
Gig Harbor – 40, C. Kitsap – 14
Peninsula – 45, Capital – 7
Shelton – 24, N. Thurston – 17
Timberline – 33, Yelm – 13
Fife – 28, Steilacoom – 16
Franklin Pierce – 30, Orting – 20
Highline – 48, Renton – 19
Eatonville – 41, White River – 7
Lindbergh – 45, Evergreen – 25
Raymond – 49, Vashon – 7
Bellevue Chr. – 13, Charles Wright – 6
Ocosta – 29, Chief Leschi – 14

Saturday, Oct. 27
Onalaska – 58, Life Christian – 6
Tacoma Baptist – 70, Rainier Chr. – 48
Quilcene – 74, Evergreen Luth. – 6

GIRL’S SOCCER

Tuesday, Oct. 23
Stadium – 0, Bonney Lake – 0
Lakes – 4, Wilson – 0
Spanaway Lake – 3, Lincoln – 0
Bethel – 8, Mt. Tahoma – 0
Bellarmine – 1, South Kitsap – 0
Sumner – 8, Graham Kapowsin – 0
Puyallup – 2, Olympia – 2
Rogers – 4, Emerald Ridge – 0
Gig Harbor – 9, Yelm – 0
Timberline – 3, Peninsula – 2
N. Thurston – 1, C. Kitsap – 1
Capital – 5, Shelton – 0
White River – 2, Fife – 1

Wednesday, Oct. 24
Wilson – 3, Lincoln – 0
Highline – 2, Franklin Pierce – 1
Orting – 3, River Ridge – 0
Eatonville – 6, Foster – 0
Charles Wright – 2, Bellevue Chr. – 1
Vashon – 6, Annie Wright – 0
Ocosta – 5, Life Christian – 1

Thursday, Oct. 25
Stadium – 15, Mt. Tahoma – 0
Bonney Lake – 4, Lakes – 0
Bethel – 1, Spanaway Lake – 0
Puyallup – 4, Graham Kapowsin – 0
Sumner – 2, Curtis – 0
Olympia – 1, Bellarmine – 0
So. Kitsap – 2, Rogers – 0
Gig Harbor – 7, Peninsula – 1
Capital – 4, Yelm – 3
Timberline – 1, No. Thurston – 1
C. Kitsap – 2, Shelton – 1
Orting – 4, Steilacoom – 0
Fife – 9, Tyee – 1
White River – 1, Lindbergh – 0
Highline – 2, Eatonville – 1

Friday, Oct. 26
Charles Wright – 6, Annie Wright – 0

Saturday, Oct. 27
Timberline – 2, Lakes – 1
Peninsula – 1, Bethel – 0
Mtn. View – 3, C. Kitsap – 2
No. Thurston – 3, Kelso – 1
Orting – 1, Steilacoom – 0
Olympic – 7, Eatonville – 0
Cascade Chr. – 2, Chimacum – 1

Tuesday, Oct. 30
Bonney Lake – 5, N. Thurston – 1
Stadium – 3, Mtn. View – 0
Gig Harbor – X, Peninsula – X
Olympia – 2, Enumclaw – 1
Emerald Ridge – 0, Hazen – 1
Timberline – 1, Prairie – 5
Fife –3, Pt. Angeles – 0
White River – 1, Sequim – 2
Orting – 0, North Kitsap – 1
Cascade Chr. – 2, Bellevue Chr. – 1
Klahowya – 4, Vashon – 0
Concordia – 4, Mt. Vernon Chr. – 3

BOY’S SOCCER

Tuesday, Oct. 23
Concordia – 6, Crosspoint – 3

Wednesday, Oct. 24
Ev. Lutheran – 5, Tacoma Baptist – 0

Thursday, Oct. 25
Life Christian – 1, Ev. Lutheran – 1
PS Adventist – 5, Concordia – 1

Monday, Oct. 29
Mt. Vernon Chr. – 1, Life Christian – 0
Ev. Lutheran – 5, Providence – 2
Orcas Island – 6, Tacoma Baptist – 0

VOLLEYBALL

Tuesday, Oct. 23
Wilson – 3, Bethel – 0
Lakes – 3, Spanaway Lake – 0
Lincoln – 3, Mt. Tahoma – 0
Stadium – 3, Garfield – 0
Capital – 3, Gig Harbor – 0
N. Thurston – 3, Shelton – 0
C. Kitsap – 3, Peninsula – 1
Washington – 3, Eatonville – 0
Orting – 3, Franklin Pierce – 1
White River – 3, Foss – 0
Tacoma Baptist – 3, Christian Faith – 0
Concordia – 3, Rainier Chr. – 0
Ev. Lutheran – 3, Quilcene – 1

Wednesday, Oct. 24
Stadium – 3, Bonney Lake – 1
Foss – 3, Mt. Tahoma – 1
Charles Wright – 3, Annie Wright – 0
Bellevue Chr. – 3, Vashon – 0
Seattle Chr. – 3, Cascade Chr. – 1
South Bend – 3, Life Christian – 0
NW Christian – 3, Chief Leschi – 0

Thursday, Oct. 25
Wilson – 3, Spanaway Lake – 1
Bonney Lake – 3, Mt. Tahoma – 0
Lakes – 3, Lincoln – 1
Graham Kapowsin – 3, Curtis – 1
Olympia – 3, Emerald Ridge – 1
Puyallup – 3, Bellarmine – 0
Rogers – 3, Sumner – 1
Gig Harbor – 3, Yelm – 2
Peninsula – 3, Timberline – 1
N. Thurston – 3, C. Kitsap – 2
Capital – 3, Shelton – 0
Orting – 3, Tyee – 0
River Ridge – 3, Franklin Pierce – 0
Foss – 3, Foster – 0
Steilacoom – 3, Eatonville – 0
Orting – 3, Highline – 2
Washington – 3, River Ridge – 0
Fife – 3, Foss – 0
White River – 3, Steilacoom – 2
Concordia – 3, Pope JP II – 2
Christian Faith – 3, Ev. Lutheran – 0
Christian Faith – 3, Concordia – 0
PS Adventist – 3, Tacoma Baptist – 0

Saturday, Oct. 27
Curtis – 3, Bellarmine – 1
Emerald Ridge – 3, Sumner – 0
Puyallup – 3, Graham Kapowsin – 0
Rogers – 3, Olympia – 2
Emerald Ridge – 3, Curtis – 0
Graham Kapowsin – 3, Olympia – 0
Rogers – 3, Puyallup – 2
Foss – 3, Franklin Pierce – 1
Eatonville – 3, Highline – 0
River Ridge – 3, Eatonville – 0
Washington – 3, Orting – 0
Fife – 3, White River – 0
Washington – 3, Fife – 2
White River – 3, Orting – 2
Toutle Lake – 3, Life Christian – 0
Napavine – 3, Life Christian – 0

Monday, Oct. 29
Bonney Lake – 3, Bethel – 0

Tuesday, Oct. 30
Stadium – 1, Spanaway Lake – 3
Curtis – 2, Kentwood – 3
Emerald Ridge – 3, Kent Meridian – 1
Capital – 3, Yelm – 0
Gig Harbor – 1, Peninsula – 3
N. Thurston – 3, Timberline – 1
Shelton – 1, C. Kitsap – 3
Vashon – 3, Chimacum – 0
Tacoma Baptist – 3, Tulalip Heri. – 0
Concordia – 3, Grace Academy – 1

TACOMA AREA COLLEGE SCORES

FOOTBALL

Saturday, Oct. 27
Univ. Puget Sound – 42, Willamette – 28
Linfield – 41, Pacific Lutheran Univ. – 7

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Wednesday, Oct. 24
Tacoma CC – 7, Green River – 0
Lower Columbia – 3, Pierce – 2

Saturday, Oct. 27
Puget Sound – 5, Pacific – 0
Pacific Lutheran – 5, Lewis & Clark – 1
Tacoma CC – 2, Pierce – 0

Sunday, Oct. 28
Puget Sound – 2, George Fox – 0
Pacific Lutheran – 4, Pacific – 0

MEN’S SOCCER

Wednesday, Oct. 24
Tacoma CC – 0, Highline – 0
Pierce – 2, S. Puget Sound – 0

Saturday, Oct. 27
Puget Sound – 2, Willamette – 1
Pacific Lutheran – 3, Linfield – 1
Tacoma CC – 3, Pierce – 0

Sunday, Oct. 28
Puget Sound – 3, Linfield – 2
Pacific Lutheran – 1, Willamette – 1

VOLLEYBALL

Wednesday, Oct. 24
Tacoma CC – 3, Green River – 0
Pierce – 3, Grays Harbor – 1

Friday, Oct. 26
Pacific Lutheran – 3, Whitman – 0
Whitworth – 3, Puget Sound – 0
Highline – 3, Tacoma CC – 2
Pierce – 3, Centralia – 0

Saturday, Oct. 27
Pacific Lutheran – 3, Whitworth – 1
Puget Sound – 3, Whitman – 1

 

UPS’ MONAGHAN CLAIMS NWC X-COUNTRY CROWN

Colin Monaghan is the 2018 Northwest Conference Men’s Cross Country Champion, while John Lindauer and Samantha Schaffer earned All-NWC Second Team during the NWC Championships at McIver State Park hosted by Lewis & Clark Saturday, Oct. 27.

Monaghan, a freshman, crossed the finish line in 25:39.1. He placed 0.3 seconds ahead of the next runner.  Through his first five collegiate races, Monaghan has not finished behind an NCAA D-III opponent.

Jack Lindauer placed eighth overall with a time of 26:30.4 to earn the conference nod. The Logger men placed fourth as a team, while Pacific Lutheran won the NWC title with 74 team points. PLU’s Kyle Rapacz finished sixth, with Bo Frohock finishing in ninth, and Jonathan Maier claiming 12th.

Schaffer, the 2017 NWC Women’s Freshman of the Year, was 10th overall by timing in at 23:53.1. Audrey White was the next best runner for the Loggers, as she finished 22nd with a time of 24:44.3.

The Logger women finished fifth as a team, while Willamette claimed the conference crown. The Lute women finished in sixth place.

The NCAA Div. III West Regional will take place in Walla Walla on Saturday, Nov. 10, at Veteran’s Memorial Golf Course.

 

LOGGERS’ OFFENSE TOO MUCH FOR WILLAMETTE TO HANDLE

Puget Sound’s dynamic receiving trio had its way against Willamette, and sophomore quarterback Murdock Rutledge threw for a career-high 478 passing yards as the Logger football team beat Willamette, 42-28, in Salem, Saturday, Oct. 27..

Former Lincoln High School standout AJ Johnson led all players with 11 receptions, and he totaled 147 receiving yards and a touchdown. Jewell Day needed just six receptions to amass 144 receiving yards. Day also caught two touchdown passes to add to his Northwest Conference-leading total of 12 touchdown receptions. Collin Heimbach also eclipsed the century mark with 110 receiving yards on five catches. He got in the end zone for his eighth receiving touchdown of the season.

Logger running back Duncan Varela had his best game of the season. Varela needed just 14 carries to gain 75 yards on the ground, and he came away with two rushing touchdowns.

The Puget Sound (5-4, 3-2 NWC) defense forced four turnovers, all of which were interceptions. Keanu Songcuan had his first two picks of the season, and he led the Loggers with eight tackles. Brody Pearman came away with his third interception of the season, and Matt Ahnin picked up his team-leading fourth interception.

The Loggers held a 35-20 lead early in the fourth quarter when Willamette (1-6, 0-5 NWC) completed a 55-yard touchdown to make it a one-possession game (successful two-point conversion).

Three minutes later, however, Varela sprinted for a 25-yard touchdown run cushion the Loggers’ lead, 42-28. The Puget Sound defense shut the door on the Willamette for the final seven minutes of the game. Songcuan’s two interceptions came on consecutive Bearcats possessions late in the fourth quarter, sealing Puget Sound’s fifth victory of the season.

The Loggers celebrate the senior class in Baker Stadium Saturday, Nov. 3, when Puget Sound hosts No. 24 Linfield for a 1 p.m. kickoff.

 

PLU VOLLEYBALL CLOSES IN ON REGULAR SEASON TITLE

The 16th-ranked Pacific Lutheran University volleyball team got the most from its senior class on Saturday, Oct. 27, forcing a tie atop the Northwest Conference standings with a 3-1 victory over Whitworth University in the home finale at Olson Gymnasium.

The victory puts the Lutes (19-3, 12-2 NWC) and Pirates (18-7, 12-2 NWC) in a tie atop the standings with two regular season matches to go. The match also wrapped up another perfect season at home for the Lutes who wrapped up the 2018 slate inside Olson Gymnasium a perfect 8-0.

“You couldn’t have written a better script for Senior Night,” said PLU head coach Kevin Aoki. “The night belonged to the seniors because they have put so much into our program. Our team played with so much passion against a very good Whitworth team.”

The opening set was tied at 12 before the visiting Pirates collected the next three points. Whitworth would play with a lead the remainder of the set, opening up an 18-13 advantage on its way to the 25-20 opening set win.

The tables turned in the second set with the Lutes making a 7-1 run to build an 18-10 cushion. Whitworth whittled the gap to just three at 18-15 but was unable to come any closer as PLU netted the 25-20 win to level the match. The Lutes pulled away late in the third for the 25-18 win before wrapping up the match and forcing a tie atop the conference standings with a 25-16 win in the fourth set.

PLU held a fragile 16-13 lead in the fourth set before collecting the next five points to mushroom its lead to 21-13. Senior Jordan Sherfey had the fitting end to the night, collecting the match sealing kill in the fourth for the 25-16 set win.

Danielle Skibiel and Chloe Epker each finished with 11 kills with Epker also adding 14 digs. Mackenzie Harris and Lauren Wilson tallied 10 and nine kills, respectively, with Harris netting a team-high nine blocks on the night. Emily Dulaney and Isabella Zubrod each finished with 21 assists with Dulaney also accumulating 15 digs. Caylie Shiramizutallied a team-best 23 digs.

Tonight’s match was Senior Night with the Lutes’ honoring their five seniors: Epker, Shiramizu, Zubrod, Sherfey, and Harris. The 2018 seniors have posted an impressive 71-26 record on the court including a 49-13 record in league play, including winning the 2017 NWC title. The senior class has continued the tradition of winning inside Olson Gymnasium, boasting a 28-6 record in home contests over the past four seasons.

PLU is back in action on Friday, Nov.2, on the road against George Fox University. The Lutes will conclude the regular season the following day with a Portland match against Lewis & Clark College. Whitworth will conclude the regular season with two matches against Whitman and Linfield, the two last-place teams in the conference.

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