Sports Roundup for 10-12-12

Sports Roundup
Monday, Oct. 8
SCS 3, Charles Wright 0
Seattle Christian slapped Charles Wright of Tacoma with a 3-0 loss last Monday.
Aub. Mtn. 3, Mt. Rainier 0
Auburn Mountainview was a 3-0 winner over the Rams this past Monday.

Tuesday, Oct. 9
Girls soccer
Highline 7, Tyee 0
The Pirates tripped up Tyee this past Tuesday.
Tahoma 7, Mt. Rainier 0
Mount Rainier went down to a 7-0 loss to the Bears on Tuesday.
Lindbergh 12, Evergreen 0
Lindbergh soared to victory over the Wolverines in Tuesday action.
Kennedy 8, Foster 0
Kennedy was also decisive in its victory Tuesday.
SCS 3, Cedar Park Chr. 0
Seattle Christian scored a 3-0 win over Cedar Park Christian this past Tuesday.
Kennedy 3, Evergreen 0
The Lancers swept all three games from the Wolverines on Tuesday.
Hazen 3, Foster 1
Foster salvaged one win against the Highlanders last Tuesday.

Wednesday, Oct. 10
Boys tennis
Kennedy 7, Hazen 0
Jamie Thorp led the Lancers to victory last Wednesday, winning the No. 1 singles match by a 6-0, 6-0 score over David Vaisar of Hazen.
Auburn 3, Mt. Rainier 0
Mount Rainier was swept by the Trojans on Wednesday.
Cedar Park Chr. 3, SCS 0
Cedar Park Christian was a decisive winner over the Warriors this past Tuesday.

Thursday, Oct. 11
Girls swimming
Mt. Rainier 119, Tahoma 67
Mount Rainier won every race in Thursday's meet and finished undefeated in the South Puget Sound League North Division. Tahoma was also undefeated going into the meet.
Kennedy 3, Tyee 0
Kennedy Catholic conquered the Totems in Thursday's match.
Highline 3, Evergreen 0
The Pirates prevailed against the Wolverines on Thursday.
Foster 3, Renton 0
Foster finished with the win in Thursday action.
Rainier Chr. 3, Evergreen Luth. 0
The Eagles of Evergreen Lutheran High School in Des Moines fell to Rainier Christian last Thursday.
Gilrs soccer
Hazen 3, Highline 0
Highline was shut out by the Highlanders this past Thursday.
SCS 2, Cascade Christian 0
Seattle Christian School shut down Cascade Christian on Thursday.
Mt. Rainier 4, Auburn 3
The Lady Rams squeaked out the win in a high-scoring match Thursday.

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