Sports Roundup 9-10-12

Thursday, Aug. 30
Football
LaConner 56, SCS 20
The combined Seattle Christian School and Life Christian of Tacoma team opened its season on a losing note in a high-scoring game played Thursday, Aug. 30 at Harry Lang Stadium in Lakewood.
Ross Hjelseth, who has coached Life Christian for 19 years, is the coach of the joint squad. He led the combined team to a 5-4 record and a fifth place Nisqually League finish last year.
SCS/Life Christian visits Charles Wright of Tacoma for a 7 p.m. game Friday, Sept. 14.

Friday, Aug. 31
Football
Bremerton 42, Foster 15
Devin Brown carried the ball 26 times for 153 yards and two touchdowns to highlight Foster's season-opening outing.
Yelm 53, Highline 14
The Pirates took a lopsided loss in their season opener.
Mt. Si 30, Kennedy 0
The Lancers were shut out by No. 3-ranked Mount Si as their season opened with a non-league game.

Saturday, Sept. 1
Football
Lake Quinault 62, Evergreen Luth. 52
The Evergreen Lutheran Eagles of Des Moines were outgunned in a high-scoring Class B-8 opening football game played at Auburn Mountainview.

Tuesday, Sept. 4
Volleyball
Evergreen Luth. 3, Shoreline Chr. 1
Bella Harmesch scored 14 kills and Kari Holly added 13 for the Eagles in a season-opening win. Jessice Hoogerthyde led with 28 assists.
Kennedy 3, Highline 0
Kennedy swept the Pirates in the Tuesday, Sept. 4 Seamount League opener for both teams.
Apryl Eneliko had six kills and Sydney Beach five for the Lancers. Shayne McPherson recorded five aces.
Hazen 3, Evergreen 2
The Wolverines were edged by the Highlanders last Tuesday.
Lindbergh 3, Foster 0
Foster fell to the Eagles in their Seamount opener.
Decatur 3, Mt. Rainier 0
Mount Rainier absorbed a non-conference loss to the Gators of Decatur last Tuesday.

Wednesday, Sept. 5
Volleyball
Life Christian 3, Seattle Christian 2
The Warriors took a narrow loss against Life Christian of Tacoma last Wednesday.
Boys tennis
Hazen 7, Evergreen 0
The Wolverines were cut down by the Highlanders last Wednesday.
Renton 3, Tyee 2
Renton eaked out a win over the Totems.
Golf
Blanchet 131, Chief Sealth 39
The combined Chief Sealth, Franklin and Cleveland team took a loss to the Braves on Wednesday.

Thursday, Sept. 6
Girls soccer
Mt. Rainier 0, Auburn-Riverside 0
The Rams and Ravens played to a scoreless tie in South Puget Sound League action Thursday.
Tyee 7, Foster 6
Both teams only had nine players available for Thursday's match, with Tyee winning a wild one that was back-and-forth all the way.
Swimming
Mt. Rainier 117, Kentridge 66
The Rams swept all three relays as they swamped the Chargers on Thursday.
Golf
Kennedy 108, Foster 53
Luke Olsen shot a round of 36 to win medalist honors for the Lancers last Thursday.

Friday, Sept. 7
Boys tennis
Highline 4, Tyee 2
Both teams had to forfeit their No. 3 doubles match because of a shortage of players, with Highline prevailing in a six-game affair instead of seven.
"Now we're just fighting to get the kids eligible," said Highline head coach Scott Babcock. "That's why we have the hole in the middle of the lineup."
Brandon Terlow and Austin Allen of Highline won No. 1 doubles, 6-1, 7-6 (6-4) over Kyle Kennedy and Anthony Chu and the Tyee duo of Jimmy Padua and Alex Mullin won No. 2 doubles, 7-6, (7-5), 6-1, over Elliott Newsome and Quang Lam.
Aaron Lyons of Highline was a 4-6, 6-2, 10-7 No. 1 singles winner over Kevin Huynh , with Justin Kemp of Highline winning No. 2 singles, 6-1, 6-4, over Brook Nesussie. Tyee's Martin Obrero was a 6-3, 7-5 (10-5) No. 3 singles winner over Navath Nhan and Highline's Luke Field won by default in No. 4 singles.
Girls soccer
Tyee d. Evergreen
The Totems won by forfeit against the short-handed Wolverines Friday.
Football
Orting 60, Evergreen 14
Evergreen was dealt a defeat by Orting this past Friday.
Clover Park 22, Foster 6
The Bulldogs lost a low-scoring game Friday.
Auburn 42, Mt. Rainier 13
The Rams fell to the Trojans this past Friday.

Saturday, Sept. 8
Football
Kennedy 26, Roosevelt 20
Kennedy won a close one against the Roughriders in a non-league game Saturday.

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