The rest of the Sunday news notes….

Time to wrap up our package this morning with news from the pool, volleyball and the gridiron.

Swimming
Mount Si girls compete at league championships: Mount Si High School’s girls swimmers finished 16th at the Kingco Conference championship meet, the prelims of which were Friday at the UW then moved north yesterday for the finals at Kamiak High School in Mukilteo.

Seven Wildcat entries made finals yesterday. Senior Julia Crumb was all or part of four of those final entries. In individual action, she finished 10th in the 500 yard freestyle, clocking 5:45.91, and 21st in the 100 yard breaststroke, with a time of 1:14.93. She also was part of the 200 yard medley relay, teaming with Tatum Dalgleish, Annaliese Brestin and Caroline Smith to help Mount Si finish 16th in that race, with a time of 2:12.93, and Crumb also teamed with Elizabeth Bourgault, Theodora McCabe and Emi Yoshikawa in the 400 yard freestyle relay; that Wildcat foursome took 14th in that race with a time of 4:03.03.

In other action, McCabe took 18th in the 50 yard freestyle clocking 26 seconds, and Smith finished 24th in the 200 yard freestyle, with a time of 2:25.34. Rounding it out, Bourgault, Yoshikawa, McCabe and Amelia Moulton teamed up in the 200 yard freestyle relay, with the Wildcat unit taking 14th, clocking 1:51.37.

Volleyball
Mount Si season over: The Wildcats, as expected, fell to Issaquah in the opening round of the Kingco playoffs at Eastlake High School in Sammamish, ending their season. Mount Si fell in four games to the Eagles. Stats were not immediately reported, but we should get those soon for you and when we do, we’ll let you know.

Football
College scores:

Central Washington 34, Azusa Pacific 23: Central continued its undefeated season, pulling away late from the visitors from southern California at home in Ellensburg to move to 9-0 on the season. Sophomore Jonathan “JoJo” Hillel, from North Bend and a 2015 Mount Si HS grad, caught one pass for 12 yards for CWU in the contest.

Tarleton State (TX) 28, Western Oregon 6: The Wolves traveled to the Lone Star State and left with a non-conference road loss. Starting on the offensive line for WOU in the game was senior Brad Christensen, from Snoqualmie and a 2014 Mount Si HS grad.

North Dakota 48, Portland State 21: The Hawks overcame an early 14-0 deficit and throttled the winless Vikings in Portland. PSU dropped to 0-8 on the season despite another strong effort from receiver Trent Riley. The senior, from North Bend and a 2013 Mount Si HS grad, caught six passes for 86 yards to lead the receivers for the Vikings in the contest.

Puget Sound 14, Willamette 13: The Loggers rallied from an early deficit to stun the winless Bearcats at home in Tacoma. Senior Jacob Smith, from Ames Lake and a 2014 MSHS’er, caught one pass for UPS for 17 yards in the game.

Montana State 28, Idaho State 14: The Bobcats broke a 14-14 halftime tie with a pair of second-half scores that gave them the home win in Bozeman, MT, over the visiting Bengals in a regionally-televised game, moving them to 4-4 on the season. Junior center Alex Neale, from Duvall and an Eastside Catholic High School alum, manned that position for MSU in the contest.

Concordia-MN 35, Carleton (MN) 12: The Cobbers exploded for 28 straight points to break open a close game in the second quarter, rolling to the road win in Northfield, MN, over the winless hosts. Junior Andrew Thompson, from North Bend and a 2015 MSHS grad, was once again a defensive leader for Concordia, with seven tackles – five solos – and he also broke up one Carleton pass attempt and was credited with a so-called “quarterback hurry” as well, which is awarded when a defender forces the opposing quarterback to attempt a pass quicker than planned.

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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