Prep Scoreboard: Beamer soccer surging, Jefferson tennis win streak snapped

  • Thu Apr 13th, 2017 2:15pm
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April 6

Baseball

Decatur 5, Auburn 4

Brady Houston led the Decatur Golden Gators with two RBIs in a win over the Auburn Trojans, as the team combined for five hits in the victory. Blake Beck and Michael Fitzpatrick combined for six strikeouts, while allowing six hits.

Auburn Riverside 4, Thomas Jefferson 1

Daniel Calugay gave the Jefferson Raiders a double, their biggest hit on the afternoon in a loss to the Auburn Riverside Ravens. Brayden Brown was credited with Jefferson’s lone RBI.

Todd Beamer 3, Enumclaw 2

Kendrick Herbst gave the Enumclaw Hornets their two RBIs with a base hit.

Federal Way 10, Auburn Mountainview 0

Softball

Auburn 12, Thomas Jefferson 2

Freshman Abbigail Newman gave the Auburn Trojans four hits, including a home run, in their win over the Jefferson Raiders.

April 7

Baseball

Todd Beamer 8, Enumclaw 1

Tommy Davis led the way for the Beamer Titans, giving up just one run and allowing three hits. Jared Thompson provided two RBIs in the Titans’ win.

Boys Soccer

Auburn Mountainview 1, Federal Way 0

April 8

Baseball

Mount Si 9, Decatur 7

Decatur Golden Gators. Senior captain Dylan Lydell led Decatur with three hits and two RBIs, while Michael Fitzpatrick had two hits.

Fife 7, Thomas Jefferson 1

April 10

Boys Soccer

Decatur 2, Auburn Mountainview 2

The Decatur Golden Gators came all the way back from a two-goal deficit in the final 16 minutes to draw the Auburn Mountainview Lions. Misael Alfaro got his head on the end of a Marcos Santos free kick in the 73rd minute, and Dennis Kozorezov had a header on a free kick from Robert Toader with three minutes left.

“I know it was a tie, but it felt like a win,” Decatur manager Brad Plemons said. “The team showed some true grit not giving up. I pulled a defender and added an extra attacker, and that paid off for us in the last 10 minutes. They fought hard against a good team. We’re happy with the way the team stuck together and kept pushing.”

Auburn 2, Thomas Jefferson 0

April 11

Baseball

Federal Way 11, Enumclaw 1

Thomas Jefferson 5, Decatur 3

Auburn Riverside 1, Todd Beamer 0

Softball

Todd Beamer 12, Auburn 9

Senior leaders Grace Sunitsch and Raelyn Gradel led the way for the Todd Beamer Titans in their win over the Auburn Trojans. The two combined for three hits and five RBIs.

Federal Way 8, Decatur 5

The win for the Federal Way Eagles broke a four-game losing streak, and it was the Eagles’ first win of 2017. Melissa Mateus had three hits, including two triples, and two RBIs in the win. Mateus also won her first game in the circle, throwing a complete game with one strikeout.

Enumclaw 21, Thomas Jefferson 2

Boys Soccer

Todd Beamer 3, Federal Way 1

The win secured the Todd Beamer Titans’ position atop the North Puget Sound League Olympic division table with a win over the Federal Way Eagles. Austin Stafford, Zak Gregg and Dylan Alley each scored for the Titans in the win.

Girls Tennis

Enumclaw 4, Thomas Jefferson 1

The Thomas Jefferson Raiders’ loss ends their 53-match win streak. Singles: Mikyla Olsen (E) def. Mia Rosa (TJ) 6-3, 6-3; Erica Dillard (TJ) def. Anna Sanders (E) 4-6, 6-4, 10-5.

Doubles: Taylor Sipila and Camryn Hyatt (E) def. Makaylie Moore and Violetta Pakhnuk (TJ) 4-6, 6-3, injury retired; Natalie Christensen and Emma McKeighan (E) def. Michelle Kim and Amber Leblanc 6-2, 6-3; Taylor Thompson and Madison Bosik (E) def. Elaine Nguyen and Maya Frame (TJ) 6-2, 6-1.

Kennedy Catholic 4, Federal Way 1

April 12

Baseball

Auburn Riverside 4, Todd Beamer 2