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TACOMA AREA PREP and college SCORES

PREP FOOTBALL

THURSDAY, NOV. 2

SHELTON – 12, MT. TAHOMA – 7

NO. THURSTON – 27, SPAN. LAKE – 17

FRIDAY, NOV. 3.

LINCOLN – 62, LAKESIDE – 6 *

PUYALLUP – 42, AUBURN MV – 13 *

BELLARMINE – 42, KENNEDY – 32

CURTIS – 27, FEDERAL WAY – 14

BETHEL – 32, YELM – 22 *

FIFE – 62, SEQUIM – 26 *

STEILACOOM – 41, WASHINGTON – 7 *

FRANKLIN PIERCE – 13, BREMERTON – 9 *

BONNEY LAKE – 23, CEN. KITSAP – 20

TIMBERLINE – 56, STADIUM – 20 *

CAPITAL – 27, WILSON – 21

SUMNER – 42, HAZEN – 7 *

CHARLES WRIGHT – 14, PT. TOWNSEND – 7

SATURDAY, NOV. 4

KAMIAKIN – 24, LAKES – 21 *

TACOMA BAPTIST – 60, MARY M. KNIGHT – 6 *

WOODINVILLE – 28, OLYMPIA – 7 *

GRAHAM KAPOWSIN – 31, BEAMER – 0 *

CASCADE CHRISTIAN – 70, COUPEVILLE – 6

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

SATURDAY, NOV. 4

PACIFIC LUTHERAN – 13, GEORGE FOX – 3

LINFIELD – 23, PUGET SOUND – 0

VOLLEYBALL

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1

NAPAVINE – 3, LIFE CHRISTIAN – 0

RAINIER CHR. – 3, MT. RAINIER LUTH. – 0

MT. RAINIER LUTH. – 3, NEAH BAY – 2

THURSDAY, NOV. 2

CASCADE CHRISTIAN – 3, KLAHOWYA – 0

FRIDAY, NOV. 3

TAHOMA – 3, BELLARMINE – 0

EMERALD RIDGE – 3, FEDERAL WAY – 2

CURTIS – 3, KENT MERIDIAN – 0

PUYALLUP – 3, KENTWOOD – 0

KENNEDY – 3, BELLARMINE – 0

EMERALD RIDGE – 3, UNION – 0

CURTIS – 3, CAMAS – 0

AUBURN RIVERSIDE – 3, PUYALLUP – 0

STADIUM – 3, CENTRAL KITSAP – 1

WILSON – 3, KELSO – 0

PRAIRIE – 3, LINCOLN – 0

CAPITAL – 3, LAKES – 0

BONNEY LAKE – 3, PENINSULA – 1

GIG HARBOR – 3, HUDSON BAY – 0

TIMBERLINE – 3, SPAN. LAKE – 0

SPANAWAY LAKE – 3, PENINSULA – 1

LAKES – 3, LINCOLN – 1

FRANKLIN PIERCE – 3, WASHINGTON – 1

WASHINGTON – 3, SEQUIM – 0

NO. KITSAP – 3, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 0

SEQUIM 3, STEILACOOM – 1

FIFE – 3, BREMERTON – 0

SATURDAY, NOV. 4

EMERALD RIDGE – 3, TAHOMA – 2

AUBURN RIVERSIDE – 3, CURTIS – 1

AUBURN RIVERSIDE – 3, EM. RIDGE – 1

TAHOMA – 3, CURTIS – 1

PUYALLUP – 3, FEDERAL WAY – 0

PUYALLUP – 3, KENNEDY – 1

GRAHAM KAP. – 3, KENT MERIDIAN – 0

GRAHAM KAP. – 3, KENTRIDGE – 0

TIMBERLINE – 3, BONNEY LAKE – 0

NO. THURSTON – 3, STADIUM – 1

GIG HARBOR – 3, WILSON – 0

SPANAWAY LAKE – 3, WILSON – 0

STADIUM – 3, LAKES – 1

BONNEY LAKE – 3, KELSO – 0

STADIUM – 3, SPANAWAY LAKE – 2

PRAIRIE – 3, STADIUM – 0

PRAIRIE – 3, BONNEY LAKE – 0

FIFE – 3, WHITE RIVER – 1

NO. KITSAP – 3, FIFE – 0

WASHINGTON – 3, BREMERTON – 1

WASHINGTON 3, RIVER RIDGE – 1

FRANKLIN PIERCE – 3, STEILACOOM – 0

RIVER RIDGE – 3, FRANKLIN PIERCE – 0

CHARLES WRIGHT – 3, CASCADE CHR. – 2

CHARLES WRIGHT – 3, BELLEVUE CHR. – 1

COUPEVILLE – 3, CASCADE CHRISTIAN – 1

LIFE CHRISTIAN – 3, RAYMOND – 2

LIFE CHRISTIAN – 3, KALAMA – 1

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1

PACIFIC LUTHERAN – 3, PUGET SOUND – 0

PIERCE – 3, SOUTH PUGET SOUND – 0

CENTRALIA – 3, TACOMA CC – 0

FRIDAY, NOV. 3

PACIFIC LUTHERAN – 3, GEORGE FOX – 0

PUGET SOUND – 3, LEWIS & CLARK – 1

PIERCE – 3, LOWER COLUMBIA – 0

SO. PUGET SOUND – 3, TACOMA CC – 2

GIRLS SOCCER

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1

CAPITAL – 3, WILSON – 1

LAKES – 1, NORTH THURSTON – 0

KELSO – 4, SPANAWAY LAKE – 0

THURSDAY, NOV. 2

BELLARMINE – 3, SUMNER – 1

UNION – 5, CURTIS – 2

PUYALLUP – 2, SKYVIEW – 0

ROGERS – 1, ENUMCLAW – 0

KENNEDY – 1, EM. RIDGE – 0

SATURDAY, NOV. 4

STADIUM – 1, TIMBERLINE – 0

SUMNER – 3, CURTIS – 0

PUYALLUP – 1, KENNEDY – 0

CAMAS – 3, ROGERS – 0

BETHEL – 2, PENINSULA – 0

MTN. VIEW – 3, LAKES – 0

BONNEY LAKE – 3, CEN. KITSAP – 2

OLYMPIC – 4, FIFE – 0

NORTH MASON – 1, STEILACOOM – 0

TUESDAY, NOV. 7

STADIUM – 2, ROOSEVELT – 1

MERCER ISLAND – 3, BETHEL – 2

EDMONDS-W – 3, BONNEY LAKE – 2

LIBERTY – 5, FIFE – 1

WOMEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1

TACOMA – 1, CLACKAMAS – 0

SATURDAY, NOV. 4

PACIFIC LUTHERAN – 1, GEORGE FOX – 0

WILLAMETTE – 2, PUGET SOUND – 1

TACOMA 3, WALLA WALLA – 2

PENINSULA – 3, LANE – 0

SUNDAY, NOV. 5

PACIFIC LUTHERAN – 0, LEWIS & CLARK – 0

PUGET SOUND – 2, PACIFIC – 1

BOYS SOCCER

THURSDAY, NOV. 2

CROSSPOINT – 4, EVER. LUTHERAN – 1

MV CHRISTIAN – 1, LIFE CHRISTIAN – 0

SATURDAY, NOV. 4

EVER. LUTHERAN – 4, LIFE CHRISTIAN – 3

MEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1

TACOMA – 3, CLARK – 0

PIERCE – 4, ROGUE – 0

SATURDAY, NOV. 4

PUGET SOUND – 1, PACIFIC LUTHERAN – 0

SPOKANE – 2, TACOMA – 1 (OT)

WHATCOM – 4, PIERCE – 0

NWC CHAMPION LUTES 

NAB CONFERENCE HONORS

The Northwest Conference champion Pacific Lutheran University volleyball team claimed two of the conference’s four postseason awards on Tuesday, Nov. 7, while four student-athletes earned All-NWC accolades. Kevin Aoki was named the NWC Coach of the Year for the ninth time with Kiana Calles earning NWC Player of the Year. Calles additionally earned First Team All-NWC honors while Caylie Shiramizu, Chloe Epker, and Mackenzie Harris all landed Second Team accolades.

Aoki lands Coach of the Year after guiding the Lutes (20-4, 14-2 NWC) to the conference title and the program’s 11th berth to the NCAA Division III Tournament. It is the 10th time under the 22-year tenure of Aoki that the Lutes have hoisted the league title. Aoki, who owns a 393-176 record at the helm, has previously won NWC Coach of the Year accolades in 1999, 2004, from 2006-2009, and from 2012-2013.

Calles earns NWC Player of the Year and a spot on the six-player All-NWC First Team after leading the Lutes and ranking third in the conference in assists per set (9.96). The senior setter from Anacortes, Wash. powered the Lute offensive attack, collecting 827 assists on the season while also adding 44 kills, 40 service aces, and 240 digs. Calles, in her second season with the Lutes after transferring from Skagit Valley College, was named the NWC Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 16 and has helped PLU go a perfect 9-0 in true road matches this season.

Shiramizu earns All-NWC accolades for the second consecutive season, landing a spot on the Second Team. The libero earned NWC Defensive Player of the Week honors twice during the season (Sept. 5 and Sept. 18) and ranked second in the league in digs per set (5.70). The Honolulu native led the Lutes with 473 digs while also collecting 32 service aces and 30 assists. Last season Shiramizu was a First Team All-NWC honoree and the NWC’s Libero of the Year.

Epker lands Second Team All-NWC honors for the third time in her career. The outside hitter paced the Lute offense and ranked fourth in the NWC in both kills (257) and kills per set (3.10). Named the NWC Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 18, the Sammamish, Wash. native has accumulated 55 blocks, 20 aces, and 19 assists while finishing with double-digit kills on 13 occasions.

Harris secures a spot on the All-NWC Second Team for the first time in her career. The middle blocker has been a force at the net this season, leading the nation in blocks per set (1.34) and 19th in NCAA Division III in total blocks with 111 (23 solo, 88 assisted). The Snohomish, Wash. native additionally ranked second on the team in kills (197), averaging 2.37 per set.

The Lutes, winners of 13 of their last 14 matches, open up the 2017 NCAA Division III Tournament on Friday morning, facing Trinity University at 10 a.m. in Georgetown, Texas.

DEXTER LANDS ON NWC 

FIRST TEAM FOR LOGGERS

Puget Sound senior Rita Dexter was named to the All-Northwest Conference First Team, the league announced on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

Dexter ranked sixth in the NWC with 243 kills during the 2017 season, and her .269 attack percentage also ranked sixth. Dexter also ranked fifth in total blocks with 75.

The Anchorage, native set a personal record with 19 kills during an early-season win over Whitman on Sept. 15. She matched that later in the season during a win over Willamette on Friday, Oct. 27.

In addition to her offensive prowess, Dexter emerged as a prominent defender late in the season. She closed out the 2017 campaign with at least 13 digs in three of the season’s final four matches, including a career-high 19 against Willamette (Oct. 27).

Dexter accounted for at least 20 points in four contests this fall. Puget Sound finished the season with an 8-8 record in conference play, and 11-12 overall.

CHEATHAM NOTCHES 

WINNER IN UPS SEASON FINALE

Genevieve Cheatham headed in the game-winning goal during the Puget Sound women’s soccer team’s 2-1 win at Pacific Sunday afternoon. The Loggers notched 13 regular-season wins for the 18th consecutive season.

Tayla MacPherson lined up for a corner kick in the 71st minute, and Cheatham’s header into the bottom corner of the goal broke a 1-1 tie.

The Boxers (1-15-3, 1-12-3 NWC) put just two shots on goal, one of which tied the score, 1-1, in the 58th minute.

Puget Sound (13-4-3, 11-3-2 NWC) took a 1-0 lead in the 51st minute thanks to Lura Morton’s team-leading eighth goal of the season. The junior split a pair of Pacific defenders and buried a shot from five yards out.

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