News on this Wednesday

Good Wednesday morning. Mount Si High School volleyball, swimming and soccer results coming up soon, but we have some other news and notes to start your day off with this morning.

Volleyball: CHS ladies swept at home by King’s
Cascade Conference rival King’s made short work of the Red Wolve volleyball ladies last night at Cedarcrest High School in Duvall, sweeping the match in three sets, 25-9, 25-19, 25-17.

Dominique Kirton aided the Knights, with eight kills, seven digs and four aces, while Bailey McCutcheon added seven kills. Ellie Mason paced Kin’s with two aces and 14 digs, and Tessa Foley added 14 assists and five aces. CHS was led by seven kills and five digs from Taeler Gerde, and three kills and 17 assists from Kami Leslie. Casey Spurr pitched in five digs for the Red Wolves, and Natalie Vanderwal delivered three kills.

CHS is at league-leading – and undefeated – Archbishop Murphy tomorrow.

High School Soocer: Red Wolve girls win in dramatic fashion
Piper Parish scored the game’s lone goal late in the second overtime, and that lifted Cedarcrest’s girls’ soccer team to a dramatic 1-0 extra-time win over King’s last night at home in Duvall.

Parish took a feed from Brooke Benson and did the rest as the Red Wolves maintained their hold on second place in the conference with the win. CHS is at Cedar Park Christian tomorrow.

Golf: Two Mount Si boys earn trips to state
Mount Si High School’s boys’ golf team will have two representatives at the state high school 4A boys’ golf tournament next spring.

Drew Warford fired a two-round score of 145 and Cooper Neil carded a six-over 149 for two days at the Kingco and SeaKing District tournaments in Snohomish Monday and yesterday to both earn spots to the state event. Warford finished in third overall and Neil took sixth, with only the top 10 placers guaranteed spots into the event.

Robbie Nielsen, Cole Bostwick, Jack Miller and Mike Olson also competed for the Wildcats in this week’s event, with the team as a whole taking second in the conference tournament.

Miller narrowly missed qualifying as well for one of the alternate spots. Mount Si finishes the season at 8-1, and should have a strong twosome representing them at the state event in 2018, which will be held at Liberty Lake Golf Course outside of Spokane.

College Soccer: MSHS alum sparks home win for Western Washington ladies
Valleyite Karli White got herself back on the scoresheet last night for Western Washington University’s women’s soccer squad, and it didn’t take long, either.

White, a junior from North Bend and 2015 Mount Si HS grad, scored her seventh goal of the fall, second on the team in that category, off a feed from teammates Gabriela Pelogi and Jordyn Bartleson in the third minute, and that sparked the Vikings’ 4-0 shutout at home in Bellingham over struggling St. Martin’s. The win keeps Western undefeated on the season at 11-0-0, 7-0-0 within conference play in the NCAA Division II’s Great Northwest Athletic Conference.

WWU takes the short trip north across the Canadian border to Burnaby, BC, to meet Simon Fraser tomorrow.

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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