SLIDESHOW: Sports Roundup for 4-25-14
Thursday, April 24
Track and field
Evergreen, Foster and Tyee all went up against Lindbergh on Thursday and lost.
Evergreen only took a 98-36 loss to Lindbergh on the boys side but lost 118-12 on the girls, while the Fostr boys lost, 104-32, and the girls lost, 117-18. The Tyee boys were defeated, 112-15, and the girls lost, 125-10.
The Highline boys were defeated by Hazen on Thursday, 84-52, while they lost, 101-43, compared to Renton.
On the girls side, the Pirates lost to Renton, 101-38, and to Hazen, 114-25.
Kennedy 5, Foster 4
The Lancers of Kennedy Catholic edged the Bulldogs on Thursday.
Wednesday, April 23
Foster 7, Tyee 1
The Bulldogs defeated Tyee for the second time this year Wednesday.
Kennedy 7, Lindbergh 1
Kennedy Catholic clobbered the Eagles on Wednesday.
Hazen 6, Highline 1
Cedar Pk. Chr. 13, SCS 2
The Warriors were dealt a loss in a game with Nisqually League title implications Wednesday.
Tyee 17, Foster 3
Tyee beat the Bulldogs badly on Wednesday.
Mt. Rainier 1, Kent-Meridian 0
The Rams blanked the Royals in Wednesday action.
Kennedy 15, Lindbergh 0
Sierra Baines threw a three-inning no-hitter Wednesday, striking out five and walking only one, while also hitting 2-for-3 with a double, home run and four RBI.
Maggie Gallagher hit 3-for-3 with a double, triple and four RBI.
Cedar Pk. Chr. 7, SCS 3
The Warriors also lost to Cedar Park Christian in girls fastpitch action Wednesday.
Tuesday, April 22
Kennedy 14, Evergreen 2
Kennedy Catholic cruised past the Wolverines on Tuesday.
Mt. Rainier 3, TJ 1
Thomas Jefferson scored the first goal in the 15th minute Tuesday, but it was all Mount Rainier from there.
Highline 3, Tyee 2
The Highline High School boys soccer team took on Tyee on Tuesday night with only 10 players. The first half ended 1-0 with an early goal by Tyee on a corner kick.
Highline continued playing hard throughout the second half. Their hard work paid off when Christian Plancarte scored a nice early goal in the second half. A few minutes later Christian again scored a second goal with a rocket shot from 30 yards out to take the lead. Tyee then tied the game with 20 minutes left in the second half. But the Highline boys were not done yet. They kept working hard and pushing to get the win. After a well taken corner kick by Sean Rita with 10 minutes left in the game, the Pirates scored the winning goal by Ali Aljanabi, who battled to get the shot off.
It was a very intense game from beginning to end even with the bad weather.
SCS 2, Cascade Christian 2
The Warriors of Seattle Christian played Cascade Christian to a 2-2 tie Tuesday.
Kennedy 7, Evergreen 0
The Lancers shut down Evergreen on Tuesday.
Kennedy 5, Evergreen 1
Kennedy scored a victory over the Wolverines in a rain-shortened affair Tuesday.
Monday, April 21
Mt. Rainier 10, Kentwood 5
The Rams doubled the Conquerors' offensive output this past Monday.
SCS 9, Vashon 2
The Warriors won big at Vashon Island on Monday.
Evergreen 14, Renton 0
Evergreen shut out Renton in a rout Monday.
Foster 19, Hazen 12
Foster won a slugfest against the Highlanders last Monday.
Lindbergh 3, Kennedy 2
Kennedy Catholic took a narrow loss to Lindbergh on Monday
SCS 10, University Prep 0
Alyssa Baucum fashioned a three-hit shutout for the Warriors this past Monday.
Kennedy 15, Lindbergh 0
The Lancers posted a shutout victory against Lindbergh on Monday.
Mt. Rainier 4, Kentlake 2
Mount Rainier scored a close win over the Falcons in a Monday game.
Renton 7, Evergreen 0
Renton blanked the Wolverines on Monday.
Hazen 20, Foster 0
The Highlanders hammered the Bulldogs this last Mnday
Kennedy 5, Lindbergh 2
The Lancers emerged victorious in Monday's match.
Renton 5, Evergreen 2
Evergreen was defeated by the Indians on Monday.
Hazen 6, Foster 1
The Highlanders won the majority of its matches against Foster Monday
Mercer Island 17, SW Seattle 6
Holly Waggoner scored seven goals to lead all scorers as Mercer Island evened its record with a 17 – 6 girls prep lacrosse win over Southwest Seattle of West Seattle, Burien and Tukwila Monday at Mosier Field in Burien.
SW Seattle hung with the Islanders through the first trailing just 8 – 5 at the half. But in the second MI pulled away with nine goals to finish off the game.
Gabriela Rojas-Luna led SW Seattle with four goals and seven draw controls while goaltender Taryn Gural had eight saves between the pipes.
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