Decatur 6, Jefferson 2
Senior captain JV Magruder hit a grand slam for the Decatur Golden Gators in their win over the Jefferson Raiders. Ben Ray had the other Gator RBIs. Darnel Calugay had two hits for the Raiders and an RBI.
Federal Way 7, Enumclaw 0
Jefferson 12, Decatur 4
Track & Field
Thomas Jefferson 190, Decatur 96
Kemuel Santana won the 100-, 200- and 400-meter runs, while Isidore Utu won the discus and javelin for the Decatur Golden Gator boys, while Jenna Appleton and Raisa Pleasants each won two events for the Jefferson Raiders girls.
Federal Way 159, Mount Rainier 95
KJ Ridders was a winner once again in the 100-meter dash for the Federal Way Eagles, while Sergio Rojas Luna won in the pole vault, beating teammate Michael Kimball with a vault of 11 feet, 6 inches. Makiya Worthy, Bethany Ford and Josephine Akinlosotu each won two events for the girls.
Enumclaw 150 , Todd Beamer 146
AJ Chopra and Koby Okezie won two events for the Beamer boys, while Madison Heck won two events for the Titans in the loss to Enumclaw.
Eastlake 6, Decatur 1
In his one at-bat on the afternoon. Nick Orr provided the Decatur Golden Gators their lone RBI in a loss to the Eastlake Wolves. Adam Taylor, JV Magruder and Michael Fitzpatrick each had a hit for Decatur.
Todd Beamer 3, Decatur 1
Goals from JJ Allen, Austin Stafford and Dylan Alley gave the Beamer Titans their third straight win. The win was Beamer’s first against Decatur this season after the Gators won the first meeting on March 21, 2-1. Decatur’s goal came from Emmanuel Musgrove in the 71st minute.
“This was definitely the one win we needed coming into the second half of the season,” Beamer coach Joel Lindberg said. “I thought we really took advantage of the changes we got in the box.”
Federal Way 2, Thomas Jefferson 2
Todd Beamer 21, Olympic 13
Federal Way 3, Thomas Jefferson 2
The Federal Way Eagles and Jefferson Raiders faced off in a double header, and the Eagles took the first match behind Olivia Chong’s come-from-behind win at No. 1 singles.
Singles: Olivia Chong (FW) def. Erica Dillard (TJ) 1-6, 7-5, 6-1; Jillian Chong (FW) def. Jamie Grall (TJ) 6-0, 6-0;
Doubles: Michelle Kim and Mia Rosa (TJ) def. Hannah Kim and Fulina Tran (FW) 6-2, 6-2; Sydney Truong and Florie Arenas (FW) def. Violetta Pakhnuk and Kelly Dillard (TJ) 6-4, 6-2; Elaine Nguyen and Maya Frame (TJ) def. Istahil Yussuf and Eden Beyene (FW).
Thomas Jefferson 3, Federal Way 2
Michelle Kim and Mia Rosa led off the Jefferson Raiders’ 3-0 doubles sweep of the Federal Way Eagles in the second match of a double header.
Singles: Olivia Chong (FW) def. Elaine Nguyen (TJ) 6-0, 6-0; Jillian Chong (FW) def. Grace Lim (TJ) 6-1, 6-1.
Doubles: Michelle Kim and Mia Rosa (TJ) def. Fulina Tran and Sydney Truong (FW) 6-2, 6-0; Erica Dillard and Violetta Pakhnuk (TJ) def. Florie Arenas and Hannah Kim (FW) 6-2, 6-1; Maya Frame and Jamie Grall (TJ) def. Istahil Yussuf and Eden Beyene (FW) 6-1, 6-1.
Boys Track & Field
The Todd Beamer Titans took third at the Add It Up Invite with a team score of 91.5. Malik Malutama led the Titans with a top finish in the 400-meter run with a time of 50.18 seconds. The 4×100 relay team comprised of Malutama, Koby Okezie, Gary Harris and Leontre Griffin finished second.
Girls Track & Field
The Todd Beamer Titan girls finished second with a team score of 97 at the Add It Up Invite. Claire Hansen had quite a day as she took first in both the 100-meter hurdles and the high jump. Madison Heck finished first in the 300 hurdles.
Todd Beamer 5, Kentlake 1
Cameron Naden and Marques Richards each had RBIs in the Todd Beamer Titans’ win over the Kentlake Falcons. Trystan Plunkett, Tyler Hoeft and Tyler Carroll combined for five strikeouts for Beamer.
Decatur 3, Federal 1
With the win, the Decatur Golden Gators claimed their seventh match of the season. The Gators have won a total of six games in the previous two seasons. In the win over Federal Way, Marcos Santos earned a hat trick for the Gators. In his return to the pitch after a calf injury, Angel Trejo-Delgado earned two assists on Santos’ first and second goals.
“We played mediocre in the first half but stepped it up in the second half,” Decatur coach Brad Plemons said. “I think we had most of the possessions and were successful with some short over-the-top balls.”
Decatur Goals: Marcos Santos (Angel Trejo-Delgado) 29 feet; Santos (Angel Trejo-Delgado) 49 feet; Santos 76 feet.
Federal Way Goal: Oscar Guzman 32 feet.
Todd Beamer 4, Enumclaw 0
The Todd Beamer Titans earned their fifth consecutive win and fourth clean sheet of the season in a victory over the Enumclaw Hornets. Seniors JJ Allen and Luke Gregg got Beamer out to an early 2-0 lead before Marl Filmonov and Gregorio Romero added two more for the Titans.
Federal Way 11, Thomas Jefferson 7
Todd Beamer 4, Decatur 1
The Todd Beamer Titans won their fourth match of the season despite wet conditions. Izumi Parajas beat Yuna Kim at the No. 1 singles position.
Singles: Izumi Parajas (TB) def. Yuna Kim 6-2, 6-3; Malaika Andrike (TB) def. Isabella Moore 6-1, 6-0
Doubles: Avery Liening and Nicole Lim (TB) def. Rachel Kim and Gia an Nguyen 6-0, 6-1; Julia Kizis and Anna Jo (DEC) def. Jill Ory and Ally Aviusini (TB) 6-1, 6-3; Sydney Nash and Brooklyn Blank (TB) def. Jane Hong and Ruth Magana 6-1, 6-2.
Auburn Mountainview 10, Decatur 0
Federal Way 1, Auburn Riverside 0
Auburn Riverside 7, Decatur 3
Auburn 14, Federal Way 3
Auburn Riverside 3, Thomas Jefferson 1
Federal Way 10, Auburn Riverside 4
The Federal Way Eagles clinched their second consecutive league title with the win.
Auburn 5, Decatur 2
Federal Way 3, Enumclaw 3
Track and Field
The Decatur Golden Gator boys took first with 112 points in their league meet against Kennedy Catholic. Kemuel Santana made a clean sweep in the 100-, 200- and 400-meter runs. The Decatur girls took second with a score of 52.5 seconds. Tyrasia Haeup-Woolfork took first in the 100-meter hurdles, high jump and triple jump.