High school scoreboard

SPSL North standings (through Monday) — Kentwood 8-2-1, Jefferson 7-2-2, Tahoma 6-2-4, Kentlake 6-4-2, Kentridge 5-4-3, Decatur 3-7-1, Federal Way 3-7-2, Kent-Merdian 0-10-2.

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Boys Soccer

SPSL North standings (through Monday) — Kentwood 8-2-1, Jefferson 7-2-2, Tahoma 6-2-4, Kentlake 6-4-2, Kentridge 5-4-3, Decatur 3-7-1, Federal Way 3-7-2, Kent-Merdian 0-10-2.

Jefferson 6, Decatur 0 (Friday)

Jefferson goals — Lenin Ramirez (Chase Hanson) 1:00, Ernan Roman (Ramirez) 9:00, Chris Miller (un) 15:00, Tyler Hanson (C. Hanson) 17:00, Nick McNew (un) 22:00, Miller (un) 60:00. Shutout — Chris Hicks, Adam Duke, Brian Bosshart.

Kentridge 2, Federal Way 0 (Friday)

Kentridge goals — Scott Geffre (Sean Dunn) 42:00, Joey Hancock (Dunn) 57:00. Shutout — Nick Sever.

SPSL South standings (through Monday) — Puyallup 10-0-2, Curtis 10-2-0, Beamer 7-3-2, Emerald Ridge 7-4-1, Rogers 6-4-2, Graham-Kapowsin 3-8-1, Bethel 0-11-0, Spanaway Lake 0-11-0.

Beamer 13, Spanaway Lake 0 (Friday)

Beamer goals — Ugo Okoli (John Drayer) 4:00, Troy Peterson (Daniel Nam) 6:00, Okoli (Brent VanWechel) 15:00, Nam (Peterson) 25:00, Jordan Hale (Alan Kim) 30:00, Zach Hoffman (Vinny Dom) 36:00, Hale (Peterson) 43:00, Okoli (Nam) 44:00, Nam (Hale) 48:00, Hale (Nam) 60:00, Drayer (Marlon Harrington) 62:00, Keegan Claxton (un) 79:00, Harrington (pk) 73:00. Shutout — Ben Draeger, Rockne Simon.

Fastpitch

SPSL North standings (through Monday) — Kentlake (11-0, 15-0), Kentwood (8-3, 10-4), Kentridge (8-3, 9-4), Jefferson (8-3, 9-5), Tahoma (6-6, 9-9), Decatur (3-9, 5-10), Kent-Meridian (1-10, 1-11), Federal Way (0-11, 0-14).

Kentwood 5, Decatur 0 (Thursday)

Decatur 000 000 0 — 0 3 2

Kentwood 012 002 x — 5 7 0

Lauren Westberg, Shelly Van Wagner (6) and Kelsey Disbrow; Kirsten Shreve and Alex Lucas. WP — Shreve. LP — Westberg. Kentwood highlights — J Glenn, 2 RBI, HR; Makenna Martin, 2 RBI; Kirsten Shreve, 7 IP, 3 hits, 0 runs, 10 Ks; Brianna Standlee, 2 runs.

Kentridge 10, Federal Way 0 (Thursday)

Kentridge 024 22 — 10 11 2

Federal Way 000 00 — 0 5 9

Danielle Orvella and Natalie Spadafora; Alie Provo, Melissa Finlay (4) and Brittani Racus. WP — Orvella. LP — Provo. Kentridge highlights — Aubree Mayhew, 2 RBI; Tiffany Shen, 2-3, 2 RBI; Lauren Suguro, 2-3, 2 RBI. Federal Way highlights — Alie Provo, 2-3.

Jefferson 17, Kent-Meridian 0 (Thursday)

Kent-Meridian 000 00 —  0 0 3

Jefferson (13)1120 — 17 21 1

Shanelle Rainwater, Rhona Seng (3) and Watson, Kim Drake (2); Jessica Dickson, Gaby Hale (3) and Christie Bruin. WP — Dickson. LP — Rainwater. Jefferson highlights — Christie Bruin, 3-3, 2 2B; Erin Fujita, 2-2, 3 RBI; Hannah Kiyohara, 4-4, RBI.

SPSL South standings (through Monday) — Emerald Ridge (10-2, 12-2), Rogers (9-2, 12-3), Puyallup (9-3, 10-3), Curtis (7-5, 9-7), Graham-Kapowsin (6-6, 7-6), Beamer (3-10, 3-13), Bethel (2-9, 4-10), Spanaway Lake (0-10, 0-10).

Puyallup 17, Beamer 7 (Thursday)

Puyallup 912 302 — 17 17 0

Beamer 007 000 — 7 8 4

Kelsey Robinson, Dorsey (4) and Amber Tomlinson; Ericka Duffy, Caitlin Cullinan (2), Alex Schultz (4) and Taylor Winton. WP — Robinson. LP — Duffy. Puyallup highlights — B. Brooks, 3 runs, RBI, 2B; Dorsey, 3 IP, 0 runs; Amanda Goings, 3 runs, 2B; Jones, 3-3, run; Amber Tomlinson, 2-3, 2 RBI, 2 2B. Beamer highlights — Groshe, 1-3, 2 RBI; Stenberg, 1-3, run.

Baseball

SPSL North standings (through Monday) — Kentlake (11-2, 15-3), Tahoma (10-3, 13-5), Jefferson (9-4, 13-6), Federal Way (8-5, 8-9), Kentwood (6-7, 8-10), Kentridge (4-9, 5-12), Decatur (3-10, 4-12), Kent-Meridian (1-12, 2-14).

Kent-Meridian 2, Decatur 1 (Friday)

Decatur 000 010 00 — 1 4 0

Kent-Meridian 000 100 01 — 2 5 2

Alex Bailey, Unavailable (6) and Brendan Kurle; Josh Crain, Matt Beeler (5) and Chris Foster. WP — Beeler. LP — Unavailable. Decatur highlights — Kyle Font, RBI. Kent-Meridian highlights — Gillman, 2-3, run; Dylan Tanner, RBI; Kyle Vrooman, winning RBI in 8th.

Jefferson 9, Tahoma 4 (Friday)

Jefferson 014 012 1 — 9 13 1

Tahoma 201 000 1 — 4 13 2

Derek Voigt, Andrew Jones (5) and Kramer Thompson; Thomas Hammett, Justin Cloud (5) and Cory Ferguson. WP — Voigt. LP — Hammett. Jefferson highlights — Kyle Ashton, 2-4, 3 RBI; Kramer Thompson, 3-3, 2 RBI; Anthony Tomyn, 2-4, RBI; Derek Voigt, 2-4, RBI. Tahoma highlights — Zach Aaker, 2-4, 2 RBI; Justin Cloud, 2-3; Cory Ferguson, 2-3, 2B

Kentlake 4, Federal Way 3 (Friday)

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Kentlake 000 201 1 — 4 5 1

Austin Weber and Brandon Robbins; Doug Christie and Marcus Evans. WP — Christie. LP — Weber. Federal Way highlights — Terin Beck, 2-3, run; Mike Vlhovic, 2-3, run. Kentlake highlights — Spencer Baldwin, 1-3, game-winning RBI in 7th; Miles Nagel, 1-3, run, 2 RBI, 2-run HR in 4th; Bobby Tannehill, 1-2, run, 2B.

SPSL South standings (through Monday) — Puyallup (11-2, 16-3), Beamer (10-3, 12-5), Emerald Ridge (10-3, 13-5), Curtis (7-6, 11-6), Bethel (5-8, 5-12), Rogers (4-9, 4-14), Graham-Kapowsin (3-10, 6-12), Spanaway Lake (2-11, 4-12).

Beamer 8, Curtis 1 (Friday)

Beamer 000 052 1 — 8 10 0

Curtis 000 000 1 — 1 3 1

Carson Wolbert and Sean Goforth; Taylor Luce, Jesse James (6), Corey Moore (7) and Jordan Martin. WP — Wolbert. LP — Luce. Beamer highlights — Travis Crumb, 2-4, 2 runs; Nick Edwards, 3-4, 2 2B; Sean Goforth, 2-3, 2B.

Girls Tennis

SPSL North standings (through Monday) — Kentridge 12-0, Kentwood 8-3, Tahoma 8-4, Jefferson 7-5, Decatur 5-5, Kentlake 3-8, Kent-Meridian 2-10, Federal Way 1-11.

Federal Way 4, Kent-Meridian 1 (Friday)

Singles — Megan Stokes, FW, beat Rosa Fernandez, 6-0, 6-2; Haley Ward, FW, beat Venus Lee, 6-2, 6-2.

Doubles — Megan Pinches-Susan Huynk, FW, beat Gurpreet Kaur-Julie Such, 6-4, 7-5; Alina Himichuk-Dalyn Wingard, FW, beat Michele Yi-Tina Nguyen, 6-4, 6-4; Kayla Daly-Natalia Guerra, KM, beat Mary Aleschenko-Rebecca Heine, 6-3, 6-3.

Tahoma 3, Decatur 2 (Thursday)

Singles — S. Lin, D, beat K. Lehigh, 6-2, 6-3; J. Price, T, beat A. Son, 7-6 (7-5), 6-4.

Doubles — M. Cassens-J. Kanesta, D, beat K. Straub-M. Wood, 6-1, 6-0; C. Horne-M. Tafesh, T, beat M. Lintelmann-J. Lee, 6-4, 6-2; Elness-A. Lucas, T, beat E. Lee-C. Nicusia, 6-1, 6-1.

Jefferson 4, Kentlake 1 (Thursday)

Singles — Mackenzie Qualls, J, beat Heidi Weaver, 6-2, 6-3; Julie Williams, K, beat Vanessa Sariego, 6-1, 6-2.

Doubles — Allie Guerrero-Kendall Swynenburg, J, beat Lexi Bolton-Annie Cavanaugh, 6-0, 7-5; Averi Kitsch-Kelli Nakamura, J, beat Katie Schunzel-Lindsey Stokes, 6-2, 6-1; Caroline Min-Emily Tu, J, beat Sarah Mansfield-Christine Rushton, 6-0, 6-3.

SPSL South standings (through Monday) — Puyallup 12-0, Rogers 8-3, Curtis 6-3, Graham-Kapowsin 5-4, Bethel 5-6, Beamer 4-5, Spanaway Lake 1-9, Emerald Ridge 0-11.

Puyallup 3, Beamer 2 (Friday)

Singles — Emily Sullivan, P, beat Juliana Caicedo 6-0, 6-2; Brunie Antoine, B, beat Maria Pharm 7-6 (3), 6-2.

Doubles — Esther Song-Melissa Canfield, B, beat Chelsea Bruno-Becca Robbins 6-4, 6-3; Markee Murphy-Kara Spane, P, beat Ruth Yi-Jessica Sutcliff 6-3, 6-0; Alex Schwartz-Amy Hassett, P, beat Sara Miller-Hannah Lee 6-7 (4), 6-1, 6-2.

Beamer 4, Bethel 1 (Thursday)

Singles — Angie Alba, Beth, beat Kimberly Hong, 6-0, 6-0; Brunie Antoine, Beam, beat Michelle Sussee, 6-2, 6-2.

Doubles — Esther Song-Melissa Canfield, Beam, beat Jill Griess-Christine Allen, 6-0, 6-1; Jessika Sutcliff-Ruth Yi, Beam, beat Breanna Piatz-Justine Johnson, 6-0, 6-0; Juliana Caicedo-Sara Miller, Beam, beat Megan Ohlson-Emily Lanoce, 6-4, 6-3.

Boys Track and Field

Shoreline Invitational (Saturday)

Team scores (top 20) — 1, Everett 55; 2, Beamer 52; 3 (tie), North Central and Sehome, 29; 5, Jefferson 27.5; 6, Inglemoor 26; 7, Bonney Lake 25; 8, Skyline 24; 9, Tacoma Baptist 23; 10 (tie), Eastlake and Federal Way, 22.5; 12, Seattle Prep 21; 13, Cedar Park Christian 18.5; 14 (tie), West Seattle and Bellevue and Yelm, 18; 17, Mount Rainier 17.5; 18 (tie), Gig Harbor and Mariner, 17; 20, Mount Si. 16.

Shot put — 1, Andrey Levkiv, Hazen, 56-10; 2, David Decastro, Bellevue, 55-10; 3, Marlyn Anderson, Snohomish, 54-2.

Discus — 1, Conner Larned, Enumclaw, 168-7; 2, Oliver Henry, Bethel, 163-0; 3, Nick Lohse, Sehome, 161-4.

Javelin — 1, Dylan Burnett-Lewis, Lynnwood, 183-0; 2, Derek Eager, Tahoma, 178-1; 3, Sean Allison, South Kitsap, 171-8.

High jump — 1, Kasen Williams, Skyline, 6-4; 2 (tie), Jamaal Thomas, Garfield, and Anthony Johnson, Garfield, 6-2.

Long jump — 1, Christian Crain, West Seattle, 22-9 ½; 2, Julian Bardwell, Franklin Pierce, 22-5; 3, Mickey Mukai, Inglemoor, 22-2.

Triple jump — 1, Rendel Jones, Everett, 47-3 ½; 2, Crain, West Seattle, 44-2 ¾; 3, Ronnielle Battles, Jefferson, 43-3 ½.

Pole vault — 1, Justin George, Yelm, 15-0; 2, Gabe Cadero-Smith, Yelm, 14-0; 3, Cheyne Clark, Bainbridge, 13-6.

110 hurdles — 1, J Hopkins, Everett, 14.55; 2, Anthony Hogan, Beamer, 14.92; 3, Immanuel Satterwhite, Mount Tahoma, 15.10.

300 hurdles — 1, Hopkins, Everett, 39.05; 2, Gregger Highberg, Federal Way, 40.29; 3, Hogan, Beamer, 40.51.

100 — 1, Ezra John Griffey, Decatur, 10.67; 2, Zach Keene, Cedar Park Christian, 10.94; 3, Marzell Jenkins, Mariner, 11.00.

200 — 1, Maurice McNeal, Tacoma Baptist, 22.55; 2, Jenkins, Mariner; 3, Keene, Cedar Park Christian

400 — 1, McNeal, Tacoma Baptist, 49.01; 2, Dan Sloat, Eastlake, 49.19; 3, Trenton Pinson, Jefferson, 50.23.

800 — 1, Erik Berg, Seattle Prep, 1:58.59; 2, Simon Sorenson, Skyline, 1:59.07; 3, Wes Erickson, University Prep, 1:59.22.

1600 — 1, Mason McHenry, Sehome, 4:12.56; 2, Leon Dean, North Central, 4:18.71; 3, Colin Flynn, Sehome, 4:19.60.

3200 — 1, Ryan Prentice, Mount Rainier, 8:59.76; 2, Miles Unterreiner, Gig Harbor, 9:06.10; 3, Kyle King, Coupeville, 9:13.67.

400 relay — 1, Beamer 42.77; 2, Everett 43.19; 3, Cascade 43.39.

1600 relay — 1, Bonney Lake 3:21.93; 2, Jefferson 3:24.44; 3, Eastlake 3:25.45.

Sprint medley — 1, Inglemoor 1:35.66; 2, Everett 1:35.70; 3, Beamer 1:36.50.

Distance medley — 1, Auburn Riverside 10:54.67; 2, Mount Si 10:57.49; 3, Gig Harbor 11:04.92.


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