Sports Roundup for 10-22-12
Thursday, Oct. 18
SCS 5, Vashon 0
With the 5-0 Thursday win against Vashon and a 14-0 Nisqually League record, it is now mathematically impossible for any other team but Seattle Christian to win the title with two games left in the league season.
SCS has a 13-game streak of no goals scored against, with goalkeeper Erin Swain maintaining 11 shutouts and 775 active minutes in goal without a goal scored. The other two shutout games had several field players rotating in and out of goal. Two goals were scored on SCS during the first game of the season, when the team played with only 10 players on the field due to player unavailability.
Freshman Abigail Kim leads SCS in scoring with 13 goals and eight assists while total goals scored for the team number 55 with 36 assists.
Saturday, Oct. 20
Mount Rainier High School of Des Moines captured first place in this past Saturday's South Puget Sound League meet held at Rogers High School in Puyallup.
The Rams scored 322 points as a team with the help of a sweep of all three relays.
Megan Kawaguchi won two individual events for Mount Rainier and teammate Jackie Beal took one.
Kawaguchi won the 200-yard individual medley in a time of 2 minutes, 11.73 seconds and she took the 100 backstroke in 55.77 seconds.
Beal captured first place in the 500 freestyle in 5:27.41.
Jordan McPhee of Mount Rainier sped to victory in the girls Class 4A race at the West Central District sub-district meet held Saturday at Fort Steilacoom, crossing the finish line in a time of 18 minutes, 1.90 seconds.
Kennedy Catholic's Nick Dorsett emerged as the winner of the boys Class 3A race with his time of 16:14.10.