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Crook’s hat-trick streak rolls to four in a row

Scoring three goals in an 80-minute soccer match isn’t supposed to be this easy.

But that’s exactly how Todd Beamer sophomore Holland Crook is making it look. Crook tallied her fourth consecutive hat trick Tuesday night during a 7-0 win over the Spanaway Lake Sentinels at Art Crate Field. The win improved the Titans to 5-0-0 in the South Puget Sound League South Division and 7-0-0 overall. Beamer is trying to roll thorough its SPSL South regular season unbeaten for the second year in a row.

On the season, Beamer has outscored its opponents 38-1, and it’s even worse in SPSL South Division play. The Titans haven’t allowed a single goal in five matches and scored 33. Crook has 13 goals already on the year.

Beamer also got a pair of goals from Kaylee Huie and single goals from Megan Miller and Avery Salisbury.

Boys Tennis

The Todd Beamer Titans remained the lone unbeaten team in the SPSL South with a pair of wins Monday and Wednesday. The Titans downed Bethel, 4-1, and beat Rogers, 5-0. The victories improved Beamer to 9-0 on the season and the inside track in winning the SPSL South title.

The Titans picked up wins from Chase Friedrich at No. 2 singles, 6-1, 6-2, Kyle Christensen and Charles Chan at No. 1 doubles, 6-1, 6-1, Corey Zalewski and Sean O’Bryan at No. 2 doubles, 6-0, 6-0, and Mike Johnson and William David at No. 3, 6-0, 6-1, against Bethel on Wednesday.

Jefferson and Federal Way remained tied for second place in the SPSL North behind unbeaten Kentridge. Both the Raiders and Eagles are 7-2 and won both of their matches Monday and Wednesday. Jefferson swept Kent-Meridian and Decatur, 5-0, and Federal Way beat Tahoma, 4-1, and Kentlake, 5-0.

Golf

The Thomas Jefferson girls picked up a pair of wins Monday and Tuesday in their quest for the SPSL Central Division championship. The Raiders downed Curtis on Monday, 76-35, at Riverbend Golf Course and beat Decatur Tuesday at Twin Lakes, 71-46.

Junior Jayme Carbon was low scorer in both matches for TJ, followed by Courtney Tappon. Decatur’s Stacey Blunt earned medalist honors on Tuesday with an impressive 3-over, 39.

The Beamer boys lost a heart-breaker Tuesday to the Curtis Vikings at Sumner Meadows Golf Course, 75-74. The Titans Tyler Collins fired a 38 to lead Beamer. Broc Johnson shot a 39.

Jefferson had four players shoot 38 or better during Tuesday’s 98-72 win over Decatur at Riverbend. Charles Lee and Brian Brown tied with even-par, 36s. Sean Carroll fired a 37 and Keenan Darrow shot a 38 for the Raiders.

Volleyball

Jefferson (3-4) won their third match of the season Monday when the Raiders swept away Federal Way, 25-15, 25-12, 25-15. Katelyn Nugent had seven kills and five aces, Nyssa Hovda had 14 assists and Rachelle Eckert tallied four aces.

Decatur (1-5) won its first match of the season Wednesday with a sweep of Federal Way (0-7), 25-16, 25-12, 25-19. The Gators got 10 kills and four blocks from TC Colon, 12 digs from Whitney Iwasaki, 13 kills from Nicole Mareko and 28 assists from Mindy O’Meara.

Cross Country

The Jefferson boys and girls swept away the Kent-Meridian Royals Wednesday afternoon at Lake Wilderness Park.

Jeff Baklund, Michael Bright and Jeff Brigham swept the top-three positions and led the Raiders to a 21-34 win. The Jefferson girls beat the Royals, 21-34, behind the running of Camryn Patrick and Jody Baughman.

Justin Englund and Justin Helm finished first and second Wednesday and led Decatur to a 23-35 win over Kentlake at Celebration Park.

Sports editor Casey Olson: 925-5565, sports@fedwaymirror.com

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