Sports Roundup for 3-29-13

Monday, March 25
Girls lacrosse
Kennedy 17, Spanaway Lk. 1
Claire Hisken scored five goals to lead the Lancers of Kennedy Catholic to victory this past Monday.
Monica Moffat added three goals and three assists as Ashley Cusack scored three goals with one assist and one save.
Baseball
Lindbergh 16, Evergreen 0
The Wolverines were shut out by the Eagles in a lopsided Seamount League game Monday.
Chimacum 9, SCS 8
The Cowboys beat the Warriors in a close Nisqually Lleague battle this past Monday.
Kentwood 6, Mt. Rainier 0
Kentwood blanked the Rams in Monday South Puget Sound League North Division action.
Fastpitch
Mt. Rainier 15, Kentwood 5
Mount Rainier blasted the Conquerors in a 10-run game this last Monday.
SCS 8, Chimacum 4
Seattle Christian posted a victory over Chimacum in Nisqually League action Monday.

Tuesday, March 26
Boys soccer
Kennedy 1, Evergreen 0
Kennedy narrowly won Tuesday's Seamount League match played at Valley Ridge this past Tuesday.
Lindbergh 4, Tyee 0
The Totems were shut out by the Eagles on Tuesday.
Highline 4, Renton 2
Highline hammered the Indians in Tuesday's high-scoring match.
Hazen 4, Foster 0
The Bulldogs went down to defeat at the hands of Hazen this last Tuesday.
Mt. Rainier 3, Tahoma 2
The Rams rallied to beat the Bears by one goal Tuesday.
Baseball
Tyee 5, Highline 2
Tyee rallied to beat the Pirates in Tuesday action.
Mt. Rainier 13, TJ 2
The Rams outslugged the Raiders this past Tuesday.
Fastpitch
Foster 7, Lindbergh 6
The Bulldogs edged the Eagles in Tuesday's match.
TJ 5, Mt. Rainier 4
The Raiders beat the Rams by a run this last Tuesday.
Boys lacrosse
Seattle Prep 16, Highline 4
Seattle Prep got the best of the Pirates on Tuesday.
Kennedy 9, Vashon 8
Dimitrus Jones scored the winning goal for Kennedy Catholic with 38 seconds to play in overtime Tuesday.

Wednesday, March 27
Baseball
Mt. Rainier 11, K-M 8
Ben Badley hit 4-for-4 with three runs scored and Chad Samuen hit 3-for-4 with two doubles as the Rams outscored the Royals Wednesday.
Kennedy 17, Evergreen 0
Kennedy Catholic shut down the Eagles in Wednesday's game.
Lindbergh 18, Tyee 9
Tyee lost to Lindbergh last Wednesday.
Highline 20, Renton 1
Highine trounced Renton by 20 runs in Wednesday's contest.
Hazen 9, Foster 3
The Bulldogs were hammered by Hazen this last Wednesday.
Cascade Chr. 7. SCS 3
Seattle Christian was outscored by Cascade Christian this past Wednesday.
Fastpitch
Mt. Rainier 15, Kent-Meridian 0
Mount Rainier flushed the Royals on Wednesday.
Foster 1, Tyee 0
The Bulldogs nipped the Totems in Wednesday action.
Highline 13, Hazen 2
Highline broke out the big bats and beat Hazen on Wednesday.
Evergreen 24, Renton 10
Evergreen ruled the day when Wednesday's game was finished.
Kennedy 15, Lindbergh 1
Big scoring benefited the Lancers in last Wednesday's contest.
SCS 22, Cascade Chr. 3
Seattle Christian got the best of Cascade Christian in Wednesday's game.
Boys soccer
Highline 0, Auburn Mtn. 0
The Pirates played Auburn Mountainview to a scoreless tie Wednesday.
SCS 5, Cascade Chr. 1
Seattle Christian scored a lopsided win over Cascade Christian this past Wednesday.

Thursday, March 28
Baseball
Kennedy 11, Tyee 1
The Lancers remained undefeated in Seamount League action with Thursday's victory.
Hazen 11, Highline 1
Highline lost to Hazen by an identical 11-1 score Thursday.
Fastpitch
SCS 10, Foster 0
Seattle Christian buried the Bulldogs in Thursday's game.
Lindbergh 16, Tyee 0
Lindbergh lashed out at the Totems for a decisive win Thursday.
Boys lacrosse
Kennedy 7, Blanchet 3
The Lancers emerged victorious in lacrosse action Thursday.
Track and field
Highline
Hazen raced to a 100-32 win over Highline Thursday in boys action as Foster trounced Tyee, 80-23, and defeated Evergreen, 59-42.
On the girls side, Highline lost to the Highlanders of Hazen by a 95-46 score as Foster beat Tyee, 80-16, and Evergreen, 68-47.
Kennedy
The Kennedy boys pulled together for an 81-60 win over Renton on Thursday and lost to Lindbergh, 100-39. The girls lost to Renton, 91-54, an lost to Lindbergh, 122-25.

We encourage our readers to comment. No registration is required. We ask that you keep your comments free of profanity and keep them civil. They are moderated and objectionable comments will be removed.