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March 30


Federal Way 4, Auburn 3

After a 1-0 loss to the Auburn Trojans a day earlier, the Federal Way Eagles bested the Trojans in game two.

Todd Beamer 5, Auburn Mountainview 2

After falling to a one-run loss to the Auburn Mountainview Lions the day before, the Beamer Titans responded with a win over Auburn Mountainview in game two. Tommy Davis and Jared Thompson each had two hits in the win. Davis threw six complete innings with four strikeouts.

Auburn Riverside 10, Decatur 8

The Decatur Golden Gators suffered their third straight loss but scored their second-highest run total of the season. Freshman third baseman Adam Taylor continued his hot streak with a hit and two RBIs.

Enumclaw 3, Thomas Jefferson 2

Despite the loss, senior shortstop and co-captain Mason Delacruz got his swing back on track with two hits and an RBI. Jefferson’s other captain Avery Cantino-Kennedy also helped the Raiders with two hits.


Todd Beamer 20, Federal Way 12

The Beamer Titans exploded for 20 runs in the win over the Federal Way Eagles after Beamer had a rough outing against Auburn Mountainview two days earlier.

Decatur 11, Enumclaw 7

The Decatur Golden Gators earned their first win of the season in a win over the Enumclaw Hornets.

Auburn Mountainview at Thomas Jefferson: postponed

Girls Tennis

Todd Beamer 5, Auburn 0

The win over the Auburn Trojans was Beamer’s first shutout of the season and its second consecutive win.

Enumclaw 4, Federal Way 1

The rebuilding Federal Way Eagles lost their third straight match of the season to the Enumclaw Hornets.

Boys Track & Field

Federal Way 95, Kennedy Catholic 40

The Federal Way boys were led by back-to-back victories for senior Lincoln Marino in the 1600- and 3200-meter runs, while Tony Chan dominated the shot put event.

Todd Beamer 90, Auburn Riverside 55

Koby Okezie won both hurdle events for the Beamer Titans in the victory over the Auburn Riverside Ravens, while Daniel Payne, Leontre Griffin and Jaylen Green won the high jump, long jump and triple jump.

Auburn Mountainview 92, Thomas Jefferson 53

Jefferson’s Austin Miller and Rajesh Gill both took first and second in the 1600- and 3200-meter runs, while Trevor Owens won the shot put and discus. Christian Noakes took first in the pole vault.

Girls Track & Field

Federal Way 112, Kennedy Catholic 33

The Federal Way girls had back-to-back wins in the 1600 and 3200-meter runs by Bethany Forward, while Leapagatele Atanoa won the shot put, discus and javelin.

Thomas Jefferson 82, Auburn Mountainview 68

Jefferson sisters Raisa and Jasmine Pleasants both took first in the long and triple jump, while Jenna Appleton, Raisa Pleasants, Suneela Schneider and Victoria Delk took first in the 4-by-200 and 400 relays.

Todd Beamer 104, Auburn Riverside 46

Emily Odum led the Todd Beamer Titans with wins in the 800- and 3200-meter runs. Claire Hansen won the 100 hurdles and the high jump.

March 31


Enumclaw 14, Jefferson 4

The Enumclaw Hornets held the Jefferson Raiders to just five hits in the win. Sophomore Justin Maggerise brought in two runs with an RBI single. The Raiders co-captain Mason Delacruz brought a run home on an RBI double, while his fellow co-captain Avery Cantino-Kennedy also had an RBI.

Beamer at Kentridge: postponed

Boys Soccer

Decatur 3, Enumclaw 1

The Decatur Golden Gators earned their fourth straight win with a victory over the Enumclaw Hornets. Decatur’s three goals came from three different players. Juan Iribe gave the Gators the 1-0 lead in the 25th minute, and less than four minutes later Enrique Blanco made it 2-0. Angel Trejo-Delgado put the game out of reach in the 55th minute with his 10th goal of the season.

“We feel fortunate to have made it half way with a couple wins, and [we] hope for an equally successful second half of that stretch,” Decatur coach Brad Plemons said.

Federal Way 5, Auburn 0

The Federal Way Eagles earned their first clean sheet of the season behind a brace from freshman midfielder Zane Baumgardt. Federal Way has outscored its last two opponents 9-1.

Beamer 0, Auburn Riverside 0

The Todd Beamer Titans were held to their first draw of the season with the Auburn Riverside Ravens.

Auburn Mountainview 4, Jefferson 1

The Jefferson Raiders suffered their fourth consecutive loss and sixth of the season. The Auburn Mountainview Lions have won three of their last four matches.


Enumclaw 14, Federal Way 7

Federal Way has struggled through its first three games of the season. The Eagles have been outscored 48-23 through three games.

Auburn Mountainview 15, Jefferson 0

The Jefferson Raiders have hit an offensive slump. Jefferson has been outscored 25-1 in its last two games.

Girls Tennis

Jefferson 4, Auburn Riverside 1

The Jefferson Raiders earned their fourth straight win of the season behind a dominant performance from Mia Rosa. Rosa defeated Isabel Kim 6-0, 6-2.

Singles: Mia Rosa (TJ) def. Isabel Kim (AR) 6-0, 6-2; Erica Dillard (TJ) def. Robin Wessel (AR) 6-1, 6-1.

Doubles: Calley Heilborn and Anna Maracich (AR) def. Makaylie Moore and Ally Peterson (TJ) 6-4, 3-6, 6-3; Michelle Kim and Jamie Grall (TJ) def. Kasey Green and Viktoria Yakimchuk (AR) 6-2, 7-6 (4); Elaine Nguyen and Maya Frame (TJ) def. Rachel Wong and Camden Heilborn (AR) 2-6, 7-6 (2), 6-2.

Auburn Mountainview 4, Beamer 1

The Todd Beamer Titans had their two-match win streak snapped by the Auburn Mountainview Lions. The loss was Beamer’s second of the season.

April 1


Peninsula 7, Decatur 3

The Decatur Golden Gators fell short to the Peninsula Seahawks in their 2017 Cheney Stadium debut. Despite the loss, Decatur junior Ben Ray had a hit and all three RBIs.

Tahoma 12, Thomas Jefferson 3

The Jefferson Raiders pitching staff has struggled the last two games. They’ve been outscored 26-7, and Jefferson is in the midst of a four-game losing streak. In the loss to the Tahoma Bears, the Raiders were held to just two hits.

April 3


Jefferson at Enumclaw: postponed

Boys Soccer

Decatur 3, Auburn 2

The Decatur Golden Gators won their fifth straight game with a win over the Auburn Trojans. Decatur has won six of its first seven games after just two wins in 2016.

Thomas Jefferson 2, Enumclaw 1

The Jefferson Raiders broke their four-match losing streak with a win over the Enumclaw Hornets. The win was Jefferson’s second of the season.

Todd Beamer 2, Auburn Mountainview 1

Goals from Austin Stafford and Zak Gregg were enough to get past the highly skilled attack of the Auburn Mountainview Lions.

Auburn Riverside 3, Federal Way 0

The Federal Way Eagles were shut out for the second time this season in the loss to the Auburn Riverside Ravens.

The win over the Eagles marked Auburn Riverside’s fourth clean sheet of the season.

April 4


Todd Beamer 11, Decatur 1

The Todd Beamer Titans won their fourth game of the season as they combined for nine hits in the win. Beamer pitcher Alex Haven threw a complete game and had six strikeouts in the win.

Auburn Mountainview 13, Federal Way 0

The Federal Way Eagles suffered their third consecutive loss at the hands of the Auburn Mountainview Lions. Federal Way’s two hits came from Melissa Mateus and Payten Hurn.

Thomas Jefferson at Auburn: postponed

April 5


Jefferson 3, Auburn Riverside 0

The Thomas Jefferson Raiders squashed a four-game losing streak with a shutout of the Auburn Riverside Ravens. Brayden Brown led the Raiders with a hit and two RBIs in the win.

Boys Soccer

Auburn Riverside 5, Decatur 1

The Decatur Golden Gators suffered their worst loss of the season to the Auburn Riverside Ravens. The loss was Decatur’s second of the season, and it brought its five-game win streak to an end.

Todd Beamer 3, Jefferson 0

The Todd Beamer Titans earned their third clean sheet of the season against the Jefferson Raiders. It was Beamer’s second consecutive win, while Jefferson’s lost four of its last five games.

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