Sports Roundup for 3-22-13
Monday, March 18
Mt. Rainier 20, Enumclaw 4
Mount Rainier enjoyed its journey to Enumclaw last Monday, blasting the Hornets, 20-4.
Decatur 15, Highline 5
Highline was hammered by the homestanding Gators Monday.
Mt. Rainier Luth. 8, Ev. Luth. 6
Evergreen Lutheran of Des Moines came up short against Mount Rainier Lutheran this past Monday.
Sequim 11, Foster 8
Sequim slugged its way to victory over the Bulldogs of Foster High School in Tukwila last Monday.
Vashon Island 4, SCS 2
Seattle Christian School of SeaTac came up short in a low-scoring game against Vashon Island on Monday.
SCS 13, Vashon Island 1
Seattle Christian turned the tables on Vashon Island in Monday softball action from baseball.
Tuesday, March 19
Evergreen 1, Lindbergh 0
Evergreen shut down the Eagles in last Tuesday's action.
Tyee 4, Highline 2
Tyee tallied a victory over the Pirates this past Tuesday.
Kennedy 4, Foster 3
Kennedy Catholic edged out the Bulldogs of Foster on Tuesday.
Kentridge 8, Mt. Rainier 0
The Rams were brought back down to Earth with Tuesday's loss.
Kennedy 14, Highline 0
Kennedy plastered the Pirates in Tuesday's game.
Vashon 14, Highline 8
Connor Tuttle grabbed 15 saves in Tuesday's loss to Vashon Island.
Wednesday, March 20
SCS 15, Bellevue Chr. 8
The Warriors outslugged Bellevue Christian by a 15-8 score on Wednesday.
Shawn Abe hit 3-for-5 with a home run, a double and three RBI as SCS teammate Ryan Gifford went 3-for-5 with three RBI.
Mt. Rainier 4, Kentlake 0
The Rams shut down the Falcons in a contest stopped after four of five matches this past Wednesday.
Thursday, March 21
Mt. Rainier 4, Auburn 0
Mount Rainier trounced Auburn in a shutout win Thursday.
SCS 2, Cedar Park Chr. 0
Seattle Christian scored a shutout victory over Cedar Park Christian on Thursday.
Cedar Park Chr. 14, SCS 3
On the baseball side of events Thursday it was the Warriors who took a decisive loss.
Kennedy 16, Curtis 9
The Lancers outscored the Vikings in Thursday's match to improve its record to 4-0.
Monica Moffat scored five goals and earned one assist, while Ashley Kusack poured in four goals and three assists. Claire Hisken had three goals and one assist.