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Prep roundup: Enumclaw gets the better of Auburn Mountainview in girls soccer

GIRLS SOCCER

The fans at Enumclaw Expo Center got a show Tuesday night as the Enumclaw and Auburn Mountainview girls soccer match ending in a five-round shootout.

The Hornets won the shootout, 5-4, winning the match, 2-1.

The Lions missed their first shot during the shootout, hitting the crossbar. The Hornets had ice in their veins; they nailed every shot they kicked.

4A SPSL

Rogers 6, Spanaway Lake 1: Bekah Barkley had one goal (48th minute) and two assists as the Rams (4-7, 4-5 4A SPSL) defeated the Sentinels (0-12, 0-11).

3A SPSL

Bonney Lake: 1, Lakes 0: The goal came off the foot of Jax Wetteland in the 44th minute to lead the Panthers over the Lancers.

But to preserve that lead, the Panthers needed some good defense and that’s exactly what they got. Kendall Slattery and Sydney Bennett combined for a shutout.

2A SPSL

Steilacoom 1, River Ridge 0: Taylar LaRue broke the silence in the 75th minute, while Hannah Fulps got the shutout for the Sentinels (8-5, 7-4 2A SPSL).

“River Ridge is a well-coached team, and are organized very well defensively. We knew that in order to win, we'd have to stay patient and try to grind out the result. Fortunately, our pressure paid off and Taylar was able to grab our goal before the end,” said Steilacoom coach Taylor Pickett.

White River 7, Clover Park 0: The Hornets were pretty much unstoppable, and Ally Glebe was credited with the shutout.

White River (12-0-0, 10-0-0 2A SPSL) scored four of its seven goals during the second half of play. Clover Park (0-10-1, 0-10-0 2A SPSL) could not stop the Hornets’ penetrating offense.

4A Narrows

Gig Harbor 3, Timberline 1: The Tides got goals from Leahi Manthei, Abby Nordquist and Joey Watermeyer, despite playing a person down after the 20th minute due to a red card.

Stadium 4, Yelm 1: Emma Lynch had two of the Tigers’ goals.

Bellarmine Prep 4, Olympia 0: Ashley Price scored back-to-back goals in the 37th and 38th minutes for the Lions (11-2-1, 10-0-0 4A SPSL). Isabelle Davis was credited with the shutout.

“It was a good game; we scored the first three goals in the last minutes of the halves. It was a physical battle and there were some tough injuries. Hard-fought game and both teams gave a great effort,” said assistant Bellarmine coach Mary Campbell.

It was senior night at Bellarmine, and proved to be a game that senior Emily Nelson will remember. She scored in the 40th minute and assisted in the 37th.

3A Narrows

Mount Tahoma 5, Foss 1: After being blown out last Thursday by Capital, the Thunderbirds came back with a vengeance. Tyra Thibodeaux scored in the 24th and 30th minutes.

VOLLEYBALL

4A SPSL

Curtis 3, Graham-Kapowsin 0: Elly McEachern had 19 kills and 11 digs as the Vikings increased their lead in the SPSL South to two games.

Curtis (10-1, 9-0 4A SPSL) has won 10 straight since losing its first match of the season. The Vikings need to win their next two SPSL league matchs, against Puyallup and Bethel, in order to win the SPSL South.

Emerald Ridge 3, Spanaway Lake 0: Makenna Smith had 11 kills and seven digs for the Jaguars as they won in three games (25-7, 25-9, 25-11). Jadyn Mullen had 23 assists, six digs and one block.

Second-place Emerald Ridge (9-3, 8-2 4A SPSL) has won three straight after losing Oct. 8 to leagu- leading Curtis. Spanaway Lake has not won a match this season.

Kentridge 3, Decatur 0: Loryn Timian led the way with 10 kills, Emily Gooding followed with six as the Chargers (7-6, 4-3 4A SPSL) sealed the deal early, 25-20, 25-16 and 25-9.

Kentridge is ranked sixth in the SPSL North with two matches remaining. The Gators (0-14, 0-7 4A SPSL) have yet to win a game, and also have two matches left.

Kent-Meridian 3, Tahoma 2: In a battle for third place in the SPSL North, the Knights came out victorious, winning in five games (15-25, 25-17, 25-18, 28-30, 17-15).

Kent-Meridian (10-2, 5-2 4A SPSL) has beat Tahoma both times this season and passed the Bears (7-4, 5-2 4A SPSL) in the standings. Cydnee Miller had 47 assists, Emily Smith had 24 kills and five aces and Maddie Drotning had 12 digs for the Knights.

3A Narrows

There is no longer an undefeated team atop the 3A Narrows Volleyball league as second- place and home team Central Kitsap (12-1, 11-1 3A Narrows) stunned first place and previously unbeaten North Thurston (11-1 3A Narrows), winning in five games, 25-16, 15-25, 19-25, 25-22 and 10-15.

In defeat, Olivia Fairchild had 14 kills and 10 blocks, and Alex Porter had 10 kills and three blocks. “Most games were back and forth; it was a really close game throughout,” said North Thurston coach Jackie Meyer.

Mount Rainier 3, Todd Beamer 2: Megan Houston had 27 kills and three blocks, Ally Hardy had 17 kills and five aces, and Alex Wilhite had 24 digs and two aces as the first- place Rams defeated the Titans in five games (23-25, 25-22, 25-23, 24-26, 15-12).

Mount Tahoma 3, Wilson 2: The T-Birds broke a two-match losing streak with a five-game win against the Rams (21-25, 23-25, 25-17, 25-22, 15-10).

Zyonna Fellows had 18 kills and nine blocks, while Alanna Bates-Carector was 28-30 serving, with four aces, 16 digs and 23 assists.

Capital 3, Foss 0: Posting winning scores of 25-9, 25-20, and 25-13, Hali Ehresmann led the way for the Cougars with eight kills and three blocks.

Tia Grow had 14 assists and Elise Meath chipped in with eight diggs and two aces for Capital (8-4 3A Narrows).

2A Evergreen

Tumwater 3, Prarie 0: Jaeya Reed had 10 kills, and Kennedy Croft had nine kills as the T-Birds (11-0) won, 25-16, 25-17, 25-20.

2B Pacific

Life Christian 3, North Beach 0: Christine Armstrong had 11 kills, Lyssa Donaldson had 18 assists and Kaitlyn Konsmo had nine aces and 24 digs as the Trojans won, 25-15, 25-13, 25-16.

Raymond 3, Tacoma Baptist 0: The Seagulls won,25-11, 29-27 and 25-19.

Annie Wright 3, Seattle Academy 0: Britnie Casillas was a major factor with 25 assists as Annie Wright won, 25-15, 25-7, 25-20. Abby Turner had five aces and eight digs, while Annika Cedarstrand also had eight kills, eight digs andthree blocks.

GIRLS SWIMMING

The 4A Narrows League held divisionals for girls swimming on Tuesday.

Gig Harbor’s Paula Cintron, Kaytyln Brabham and Katelyn Peppers made it clear that they wanted to win.

All three Tides swam together, with Hadley Olson, on the 200 medley relay, winning in 2 minutes and 28.37 seconds.

Cintron swam won the 100 backstroke in 1:21.57, while Brabham and Peppers won the 400 free relay with Bridgett Richards and Chloe McKenna in 4:50.50.

Stadium’s Sally Yoon and Kelsey Jankanish also showed up multiple times as top finishers. Yoon took the 200 IM in 2:51.47, and Jankanish took the 200 free in 2:29.06.

Both Tigers swam on the winning 200 medley relay heat, with a time of 2:04.87.

3A

Shelton High School made the most waves at the 3A Narrows League divisional for girls swimming on Tuesday.

Led by Rebecca Gonella, the Highclimbers were able to take four events. Gonella won the 50 free in 29.69 seconds and the 100 free in 1:06.52. Shelton won the 200 free relay and 400 free relay.

Madi Polzin of Central Kitsap won the 200 medley relay in 2:26.91 and the 100 backstroke in 1:19.03.

Steilacoom 132, Renton 40: Madelyn Gonzalez and Rachel Forbes of the Sentinels combined to win the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle, 500 freestyle, 200 freestyle relay, 100 breast and 400 freestyle relay.

Black Hills, Tumwater, River Ridge: Kylie Otton was the standout for the T-Birds in the three-way meet. Otton won heats in the 200 IM at 2 minutes and 35.18 seconds, 100 butterfly at 1:07.32, the 200 free relay at 1:51.43, and the 400 free relay at 4:11.30.

BOYS TENNIS

Charles Wright Academy handed the Bellarmine squad its third loss on the season in a 3-2 road victory on Tuesday.

The Tarriers were led by Griffin Welsh and Wyatt Iverson, who swept their singles matches.

Dylan and Tyler Sam sealed the match for the Tarriers when they won in their No. 1 doubles match.

BOYS WATER POLO

Lots of offense was on display as Kentwood Enumlcaw, 14-10.

The Conquerors were led by Rhoni Lyons, who scored six goals. The Hornets’ Nathan March also scored six goals.

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