Mirror Prep Scoreboard: Decatur soccer gets first win under Plemons

  • Thu Mar 16th, 2017 12:14pm
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March 10


Federal Way 7, Sumner 3

The Federal Way Eagles got right back to their winning ways of 2016 after routing the Sumner Spartans (0-1). Federal Way had it going from the start, plating four of its runs in the first inning. Dawson Bakker had it working from the plate. He had an impressive double down the left-field line in the win.

Todd Beamer 2, Curtis 0

March 13


Fife at Beamer: postponed

Federal Way at Emerald Ridge: postponed

Decatur at Shelton: postponed

March 14


Federal Way 10, Puyallup 2

The Federal Way Eagles (2-0) followed up their season-opening win with a route over the Vikings. Federal Way got a solid outing from junior starting pitcher Tyler Praven. Praven went five innings, surrendering no runs on one hit, no walks and five strikeouts.

Jefferson at West Seattle: postponed


Tahoma 5, Beamer 1

Boys Soccer

Beamer 1, Tahoma 0

The Todd Beamer Titans (1-0-0) kicked off the 2017 season with a clean sheet against the Tahoma Bears (0-1-0). J.J. Allen scored the Titans’ goal on a perfect through-ball from Jonathan Fischer.

“It was a good battle, and it was great to start the season with such a tough match,” Beamer coach Joel Lindberg said. “Some of our new varsity players got to shake off some nerves. We have a lot to work on, but it’s exciting to start with a win.”

Decatur 4, Kentlake 2

The Decatur Golden Gators opened the 2017 soccer season with a win under first-year coach Brad Plemons over the Falcons.

Mount Rainier 1, Jefferson 0

March 15

Boys Soccer

Federal Way 2, Newport 2

The Federal Way Eagles (0-1-1) earned their first point of the season in a draw with the Newport Knights (1-0-1). Federal Way hosts its first inner-city match of the season at 7:30 p.m. Friday vs. Beamer.


Thomas Jefferson 11, Auburn 1

The Thomas Jefferson Raiders (1-0) earned their first win of the season in a rout of the Auburn Trojans (0-2). The Raiders got a near-perfect pitching performance from their No. 1 starter, Avery Cantino-Kennedy. Cantino-Kennedy pitched a complete game, while allowing one run on one hit and eight strikeouts. Chase Fazio led Jefferson at the plate with three hits and two RBI. Cantino-Kennedy and Hayden Mangan each had two hits for the Raiders in the win.

Enumclaw at Decatur: postponed

Federal Way at Beamer: postponed


Decatur at Kentridge: postponed

Mount Rainier at Federal Way: postponed


Thomas Jefferson at Decatur: postponed

Federal Way at Beamer: postponed