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March 16


Beamer 11, Federal Way 5

In their second game of the season, the Todd Beamer Titans produced an impressive offensive performance. Beamer was led with home runs by Nate Clow and Tyler Carroll. Senior starting pitcher Cameron Naden had yet another dominant outing on the mound. In 6 1/3 innings, Naden allowed just one run and struck out eight.

“Cam (Naden) pitched another gem for us today and was dominant,” Beamer baseball coach Shane Elliott said. “Our offense showed up big time today. It was great to start off league play with a win on the road against a rival.”

Auburn 9, Thomas Jefferson 8

The Thomas Jefferson Raiders suffered their first loss of the season to the Auburn Trojans. Jefferson wasn’t able to overcome Auburn despite the Trojans’ four errors. The Raiders were led by senior captain Mason Delacruz, who finished with two hits, two RBIs and one run scored. Justin Maggerise, Darnel Calugay and Braden Brown each had extra base hits for Jefferson.


Bellarmine 12, Beamer 4

The Todd Beamer Titans are off to a rough start to the new season. Beamer dropped its second straight game in the loss to the Lions.

Boys Track and Field

Decatur 83, Kent-Meridian 67

The Decatur Golden Gators had an impressive first meet of the season with a win over the Kent-Meridian Royals. Senior Kemuel Santana took first in the 100-, 200- and 400-meter races, while sophomore Nate Jones won both hurdle events.

Tahoma 114, Federal Way 43

The Federal Way Eagles dropped their first meet of the 2017 season against the Tahoma Bears. Colin Marvin had a solid afternoon for the Eagles, winning both the 200- and 400-meter runs. Bobby Say was victorious in the long and triple jumps for Federal Way.

Girls Track and Field

Kent-Meridian 118, Decatur 14

Despite a tough loss to begin the season, the Decatur Golden Gators saw the future of its program with an impressive outing from freshman Tyrasia Haeup-Woolfork. Haeup-Woolfork finished second in the 100-meter run and 100 hurdles.

Girls Tennis

Thomas Jefferson 5, Decatur 0

The Thomas Jefferson Raiders kicked off the new tennis season with a dominant win over the Decatur Golden Gators. Mia Rosa was impressive in the No. 1 singles position, earning a 6-0, 6-1 win over Kaeley Eves. The No. 1 doubles duo of Ally Peterson and Erica Dillard defeated Rachel Kim and Gia An Nguyen, 6-0, 6-4.

Singles: Mia Rosa (TJ) def. Kaeley Eves (D) 6-0, 6-1; Elaine Nguyen (TJ) def. Ruth Magana (D) 6-0, 6-0. Doubles: Ally Peterson and Erica Dillard (TJ) def. Rachel Kim and Gia An Nguyen (D) 6-0, 6-4; Violetta Pakhnyuk and Michelle Kim (TJ) def. June Manyara and Erika Kuzmik (D) 6-0, 6-1; Amber LeBlanc and Jamie Grall (TJ) def. Julia Kizis and Anna Jo (D) 6-3, 7-5.

Todd Beamer 4, Federal Way 1

March 17


Enumclaw at Decatur: postponed

Federal Way at Beamer: postponed


Kentlake at Decatur: postponed

Kentridge at Federal Way: postponed

Jefferson at Mount Rainier: postponed

Boys Soccer

Beamer 3, Federal Way 2

The Todd Beamer Titans won their second match of the season behind a brace from Jacob Allen. The Titans and Eagles were tied at 2 when senior Austin Stafford netted the winning goal for Beamer in the 67th minute.

TB goals: Allen (2), Stafford; FW goals: Alexiz Alvarez, Zane Baumgardt.

Auburn Mountainview 2, Decatur 1

The Decatur Golden Gators lost their first match of the season, a league loss to the Auburn Mountainview Lions.

Auburn 1, Thomas Jefferson 0

The Auburn Trojans snuck past the Thomas Jefferson Raiders after Auburn striker Johan Flores secured the Trojans’ winning goal in the 70th minute with an unassisted breakaway goal.

Girls Tennis

Decatur at Beamer: postponed

March 18

Boys Soccer

Thomas Jefferson 3, Mead 1

The Jefferson Raiders earned their first win of the season in a non-league win over the Mead Panthers.

March 20


Enumclaw 3, Decatur 0

The Decatur Golden Gators were shut out in their first game of spring and their first game under new head coach John Sugg.

Federal Way 7, Beamer 0

After dropping the first meeting to the Todd Beamer Titans, the Federal Way Eagles shut out the Titans behind a three-hitter. The Eagles secured the win with a three-run first inning, and they finished with 10 hits, despite committing four errors.


Thomas Jefferson 8, Mount Rainier 3

The Jefferson Raiders earned their first win of the season in their season opener against Mount Rainier.

Beamer 6, Kentwood 3

The Todd Beamer Titans earned their first win of the season with a win against the Kentwood Conquerors.

Decatur at Kentridge: postponed

Girls Tennis

Thomas Jefferson 5, Auburn 0

The Jefferson Raiders earned their second league win of the season and third win overall with a victory over the Auburn Trojans. Mia Rosa was victorious as Jefferson’s No. 1 single player, and Makaylie Moore and Ally Peterson won at No. 1 singles.

Singles: Mia Rosa (TJ) def. Makayla James (A) 6-0, 6-0; Elaine Nguyen (TJ) def. Corrie Hernandez (A) 6-1, 6-1.

Doubles: Makaylie Moore and Ally Peterson (TJ) def. Taylor Sloan and Stellsie Thackeray (A) 6-0, 6-0; Erica Dillard and Michelle Kim (TJ) def. Ashley Gosser and Maddie Milton (A) 6-0, 6-1; Violetta Pakhnuk and Maya Frame (TJ) def. Jessica Vasquez and Anna Petrik (A) 6-2, 6-0.

Auburn Riverside 4, Decatur 0

The Decatur Golden Gators were shut out for the second time this season, this time by the loaded Auburn Riverside Ravens, who have been tabbed one the best teams in the North Puget Sound League Olympic division.

Enumclaw 3, Todd Beamer 2

The Todd Beamer Titans suffered their first loss of the season to the Enumclaw Hornets.

Auburn Mountainview at Federal Way: postponed

March 21


Enumclaw at Decatur: postponed


Decatur at Hazen: postponed

Federal Way at Kentlake: postponed

Kentridge at Jefferson: postponed

Beamer at Kennedy Catholic: postponed

Boys Soccer

Dectaur 2, Beamer 1

The Decatur Golden Gators earned their second win of the season after an impressive victory over a strong Todd Beamer Titan side.

Federal Way 2, Jefferson 1

The Federal Way Eagles earned their first win of the season over the Thomas Jefferson Raiders.

Girls Tennis

Decatur at Beamer: postponed

Federal Way at Jefferson: postponed

March 22


Jefferson 6, Auburn Mountainview 5

The Thomas Jefferson Raiders earned their third win of the season behind Jefferson co-captain Avery Cantino-Kennedy’s four-hit afternoon, including a triple and three runs scored. Senior Hayden Mangan drove in two runs in the win. Cantino-Kennedy pitched a complete game, compiling 13 strikeouts.

Auburn 4, Beamer 2

The Todd Beamer Titans suffered their second consecutive loss after falling to the Auburn Trojans. Jace Graves came through for Auburn with two hits and two RBI.


Decatur 8, Mount Rainier 6

The Decatur Golden Gators earned their first win after the season after postponing the first three games of the season due to weather.

Federal Way at Hazen: postponed

Beamer at Kent Meridian: postponed

Girls Tennis

Federal Way at Enumclaw: postponed

Beamer at Auburn Riverside: postponed

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