Other news….

Other news this morning:

MSHS, CHS girls’ golfers take on state field at Suncadia tourney
Mount Si and Cedarcrest High School’s girls’ golf teams both headed over Snoqualmie Pass on Tuesday for the Suncadia Invitational. The Wildcats had a stellar fourth-place finish, while the Red Wolves finished further back in the large field which included schools from all over Washington.

Kat Hodgson fired an 82 on the par-72 Suncadia layout outside of Roslyn, just east of the summit along I-90 in the upper Kittitas Valley, to lead Mount Si, and the Wildcats finished with a team score of 365, comprising the combined scores of their top four golfers. Auni Edwards and Tori Berger both carded rounds of 91, while Rachel Warnke scored 101 and Annie Burns had a 120.

Casey Spurr led the CHS contingent, firing an 89, followed by Holland Seamons’ 99, Kaleigh Carroll’s 117, Kaitelyn Sayamuongbo’s 120 and Shelby Svedberg’s 127. The Red Wolves carded a team score of 425, good for 16th overall in the 23-team event. East Valley of Yakima won the team title, and Ephrata’s Kenedee Peters, considered likely to be the top girls’ high school golfer in the state, won the individual title firing a 72.

Mount Si returns to league action today meeting Skyline at Mount Si Golf Course in Snoqualmie, while Cedarcrest hops on the ferry this afternoon to go meet South Whidbey for a round at Useless Bay Golf Course on Whidbey Island.

Wildcat lacrosse plays league foes
Mount Si’s lacrosse teams both are busy, having each played league opponents earlier this week.

The Wildcat boys went to Inglemoor Tuesday and left with a 17-11 win over the Vikings, on the strength of a six-goal effort from Nate Harris, his best of the season thus far. Ben Lomas and Carter McFadden each added four tallies apiece, and both Cameron Walker and Eric Virta also scored for the Wildcats.

Griffin Hagstrom scored four goals for the Vikings, while Jaxon Peay, who Mount Si fans may remember from this past boys’ basketball season for Inglemoor, added three of his own. Hayden Kirwin made nine saves in goal for the Wildcats.

Mount Si’s girls fell 9-5 Monday night to Newport-Sammamish-Interlake in Bellevue despite three goals from Jessica Morris. Emily Blankenburg and Keira Mix also had a goal each for the Wildcats. Kelsey Minister and Delaney Montgomery each had three goals for NSI.

The Wildcat boys play tomorrow at Newport, while Mount Si’s girls are off until May 5, when they play Lakeside to close the regular season at home in Fall City.

Rainout for Mount Si “C” team at home today in North Bend
There is rain in the area this morning, and we have received word already of a rainout for later today.

Mount Si High School’s scheduled “C” team baseball game at home against Sammamish at Si View Park in North Bend has been rained out, with no word on when the game will be rescheduled. We should hear word later today on other possible rainouts of games, so if we have any more news, we’ll let you know.

Rhett Workman

About Rhett Workman

Rhett Workman is the editor of the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal. Workman is a veteran sports journalist, having covered Snoqualmie Valley sports for nearly a decade with the Snoqualmie Valley Record newspaper before starting up the SVSJ. Workman's coverage has earned the support and respect of Valley coaches, players, parents and fans, and the SVSJ continues the standard of coverage that Workman brought to the Valley Record.
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