Highline Roundup for 5-9-14

Thursday, May 8
Baseball
Auburn-Mountainview 9, Kennedy 4
Kennedy Catholic, the Seamount League regular season champion, finished fourth in the West Central sub-district tournament with Thursday's loss under rainy skies at Auburn-Mountainview.
The Lancers advance to the West Central District 3A tournament Tuesday, playing Shelton in a 4 p.m. game at Heidelberg Park in Tacoma (next to Cheney Stadium).
Boys soccer
Kennedy 3, Renton 1
The Lancers finished undefeated in the Seamount League at 10-0-4 with Thursday's win over the winless Indians.
Kennedy Catholic hosts Bonney Lake for a 7 p.m. WCD sub-district tournament match at Highline Stadium this coming Tuesday.
Foster 1, Evergreen 1
Foster finished second in the Seamount League at 9-2-3 and first among 2A teams after Thursday's tie with the Wolverines of White Center.
The Bulldogs go to Renton Stadium for a 2 p.m. West Central District playoff this coming Saturday, May 17.
Hazen 2, Tyee 1
The Totems wound up fourth in the Seamount League at 7-5-2 after Thursday's loss to third place Hazen (8-1-5) and second among 2A teams.
Tyee plays a 2 p.m. West Central District 2A playoff at Franklin Pierce on Saturday, May 17.
Lindbergh 1, Highline 0
The Pirates lost their Seamount League finale to the Highlanders on Thursday.

Wednesday, May 7
Fastpitch
Kennedy 17, Tyee 0
The Lancers put the wraps on a perfect 14-0 Seamount League season with Wednesday's win over the Totems.
JFK's next game is at 5 p.m. Thursday at the Boise Creek Sixplex in Enumclaw against the SPSL 3A No. 2 team. The winner plays for the WCD sub-district championship at 7 p.m. and the losers play at the same time for third and fourth.
Tyee awaits the 2A tournament at the same complex Friday, playing at 4 p.m.
Second round games start at 6 p.m. and final games at 8 p.m.
Foster 19, Renton 3
The Bulldogs buried Renton as their Seamount League season ended this past Wednesday.
Kentlake 2, Mt. Rainier 0
Mount Rainier finished with a 9-7 record in the South Puget Sound League North Division for fourth or fifth. The SPSL 4A tournament takes place Thursday and Friday at the Kent Service Fields.
Tennis
Kennedy 6, Tyee 1
Kennedy Catholic also finished 14-0 in girls tennis with its defeat of the Totems on Wednesday.
The Lancers will play in the 3A WCD sub-district tournament at Highline and Steve Cox in White Center this coming Friday through Saturday along with Highline. Tyee hosts the 2A tournament the same days.
Highline 6, Evergreen 1
The Pirates prevailed over the Wolverines as the Seamount League season ended Wednesday.
Renton 4, Foster 3
The Bulldogs lost a close 4-3 match to the Indians on Wednesday.
Baseball
Decatur 11, Kennedy 1
Kennedy Catholic was crushed by the Gators of Federal Way in Wednesday's sub-district playoff game at Auburn-Mountainview.
Boys soccer
Vashon 4, SCS 2
The Warriors of Seattle Christian played their third match in as many days Wednesday and took a loss.

Tuesday, May 6
Boys soccer
Mt. Rainier 8, Kentlake 0
Alfonso Diaz, Richard Tinoco-Mejia and Brogan Meyer split the shutout on goal for the Rams on Tuesday. Tino Lopez-Slish and Andrew Young scored two goals apiece.
Tyee 5, Evergreen 1
The Totems trounced the Wolverines in action at the Valley Ridge fields Tuesday.
Foster 2, Highline 1
Foster won in action at Highline Memorial this past Tuesday.
Kennedy 1, Hazen 1
Kennedy Catholic battled the Highlanders to a tie on Tuesday.
Charles Wright 3, SCS 0
Seattle Christian took a shutout loss Tuesday.
Fastpitch
Kennedy 4, Holy Names 2
The Lancers won in a non-league game Tuesday.
Baseball
Sumner 3, Tyee 0
Tyee took a close loss in a shutout playoff game Tuesday at Osborne Field in Enumclaw.
Fife 16, Foster 0
Fife flattened Foster in another playoff game play at Osborne Field on Tuesday.
Tennis
Evergreen 6, Foster 1
The Wolverines won against the Bulldogs this past Tuesday.

Monday, May 5
Boys soccer
SCS 1, Chimacum 0
Seattle Christian came away as a winner against Chimacum on Monday.
Girls lacrosse
Holy Names 17, Kennedy 7
The Lancers lost to Holy Names this last Monday.

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