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8 hrs ago | via Federal Way Mirror
Junior pitcher JJ Asinas was on the mound again, and the Tornados got to him early. They scored twice on four hits in the first inning. Comment?
10 hrs ago | via Bremerton Patriot
Andrew Thoresen and Collin Palau threw a combined four-hit shutout to lead Central Kitsap to a Class 3A West Central District/Southwest Bi-District Tournament championship with a 2-0 victory May 16 at Auburn Mountainview. Catcher Bryce Higgins also hit a home run to help the Cougars defeat Kelso 6-2 earlier that day. Comment?
Saturday May 16 | via Port Orchard Orchard
South Kitsap's Mac McCarty said he knew the result as soon as his metal bat connected with the baseball. McCarty's home run, which struck the light post beyond the scoreboard in left-center field at Kent Memorial, helped lead the Wolves to a 3-2 win May 16 in the Class 4A West Central District championship game against Puyallup. Comment?
Friday May 15 | via Highline Times
Under gray skies and persistent rain showers, the Seattle Christian softball team added extra sunshine to its season by clinching the 2015 Nisqually 1A championship in a 16-0 walloping of Cascade Christian in five innings on Tues., May 12. SC will open district action on May 23 in an 11 a.m. game at the Sprinker Recreation Center in Spanaway against the winner of Olympic #3 and Nisqually #2, but will stay active with non-league home games against Seamount League champion 3A Kennedy Catholic and Seamount second place 2A Highline . Seattle Christian wielded heavy hitting hammers immediately against Cascade Christian. Comment?
Friday May 15 | via Federal Way Mirror
Instead, the Blazers handed them their worst loss of the season. Beamer lost 9-0 in a game that got out of hand quickly. Comment?
Tuesday May 12 | via Federal Way News
Lisa Kumasaka's nearly perfect pitching and a trio of two-out, lightning strikes for scoring electrified the Seattle Christian Warriors in a five-inning 11-0 Nisqually 1A League victory against Cascade Christian on the Seattle Christian campus in SeaTac on Wed., May 6. The Warriors qualified for the West Central District 1A tournament to be held at Spanaway's Sprinker Recreation Center. Seattle Christian hosts Orting on Fri., May 8, before traveling to Adna on Saturday in non league games scheduled for the specific purpose of postseason preparation. Comment?
Monday May 11 | via Seattle Times
Thomas Jefferson finishes first int the SPSL 4A girls tennis tournament, followed in the top five by Graham Kapowsin, Beamer and Puyallup , and Kentwood and Kentridge . Megan Hagerty wins singles and Qualls/C. Comment?
Monday May 11 | via Whidbey News-Times
A single run is all Cascade Christian needed to defeat the Coupeville High School baseball team in the opening round of the District 3 1A tournament Saturday, May 9, at Robert Sherman Field, and the 1-0 loss denied the Wolves of another deep run into the postseason. The Cougars scored in the first inning in the loser-out game and pitcher Tyler Fox blanked the Wolves to allow Cascade Christian to move on in the tournament. Comment?
Sunday May 10 | via Peninsula Daily News
Port Townsend's boys soccer season ended abruptly with a 2-1 defeat to Cascade Christian in a loser-out West Central District playoff game at Wally Sigmar Field at Peninsula College on Saturday. The Redhawks had the advantage in possession and shots on goal against the Cougars, but defensive lapses early and late in the game conspired to end the team's season. Comment?
Friday May 8 | via Whidbey News-Times
The state's top-ranked 1A team, Klahowya, finished the regular season undefeated by squeaking by Coupeville 1-0 Thursday, May 7, in Silverdale. Coupeville , which finished second to Klahowya in the Olympic League, now heads into the postseason; it will host Cascade Christian at noon Saturday, May 9, in a district tournament loser-out game. Comment?
Friday May 8 | via Federal Way Mirror
The matchup for the No. 1 seed in the South Puget Sound League for district playoffs saw them play their former South division foe, the Puyallup Vikings. Comment?
Tuesday May 5 | via Highline Times
Bellevue Christian blistered 17 hits, but still had to play eight innings before subduing Seattle Christian in a Nisqually 1A softball battle in SeaTac on Fri., May 1. With the win, the Vikings put some pressure on the Warriors by ending the SC league unbeaten status while also closing within one game of league leading Seattle Christian . The Warriors travel to Lindbergh for a non leaguer on Mon., May 4, before hosting Cascade Christian on Wed., May 6, in a league match up. Comment?
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