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PREP SPORTS WRAP: TJ tennis stays unbeaten with win over Auburn
Jefferson 4, Auburn 1 (Monday)
Singles — Lauren Thornquist, A, beat Cindy Park 6-0, 6-2; Michelle Lee, J, beat Nacole Schwoch 6-3, 6-1.
Doubles — Breanna Ziccarelli-Krista Nakamura, J, beat Karen Wentzke-Syndey Johnson 6-1, 6-3; Toni Mullen-Rileigh Qualls, J, beat Aly Siemion-Gabby Lee 3-6, 6-2, 6-2; Coco Hernandez-Tagoe-Gloria Oh, J, beat Maddy Johnson-Amber Valenzuela 6-0, 6-2.
TJ is 3-0 overall
Decatur 3, Federal Way 2 (Monday)
Singles — Alicia Hanson, D, beat Malia Soboe, FW, 1-0 retired; Jessica Kim, D, beat Caprah Shimer, FW, 6-2, 6-2.
Doubles — Lauren Lang-Mina Park, FW, beat Soyeon Kim-Mady Bergstrom, D, 6-0, 6-0; Rozelle Schwyyart-Tes Gabert, FW, beat Taylor Meadows-Stephanie Staneck, D, 6-4, 6-4; Kayla Adrian-Darian Kueter, D, beat Nina Wingman-Marie Carmelo, FW, 6-4, 3-6, 6-1.
Jefferson — The Raiders needed only five innings to beat the Kent-Meridian Royals Monday afternoon, 20-0. Jefferson scored in every inning and improved to 5-2 on the season. No individual stats were provided.
Decatur — The Gators (0-7) remained winless on the season with a 28-0 loss to the Peninsula Seahawks Monday. Decatur had only one hit against Aspen Ison and committed eight errors in the field.
Jefferson — The Raiders (5-2) picked up a solid 6-3 win over the Kent-Meridian Royals Monday. Jefferson finished with just five hits on the day, but got a solid pitching performance from Jordan Price. Price pitched six innings and struck out eight to get the win.
Nico DelaCruz led the TJ offense by finished 1 for 3 with two RBIs. Mark Fitzgerald was 1 for 2 with a run, RBI and a double.
Decatur — The Peninsula Seahawks tallied nine runs in the their final two at-bats Monday to beat Decatur, 16-7, in SPSL 3A action in Federal Way. Peninsula finished with 11 hits and the Gators (2-10) had nine and also committed four errors in the field.
Jefferson — The Kentwood Conquerors got a pair of goals from Keaton Gray and beat the Raiders, 2-1, Monday night in a key SPSL North battle. Jefferson's (6-2-1) lone goal came from Jacob Thoreson.