Also on this Sunday……

We’re working on some lacrosse for you this Sunday morning, but we have other stuff going on as well.

Track & Field
Peyton Invite, Tacoma: St. Martin’s senior Liz Larson, from Snoqualmie and a 2015 MSHS’er, won the women’s hammer toss event at this competition hosted by the University of Puget Sound yesterday. She tossed it 174 feet, nine inches, well ahead of the runner-up finisher from Olympic College in Bremerton.

Doris Heritage Festival, Seattle: A pair of locals ran distance events on the women’s side at this meet yesterday hosted by Seattle Paciifc University, and both pocketed top-10’s. Sophomore Hannah Waskom, she of Snoqualmie and repping the University of Washington, took fourth in the 1500m, clocking 4:43.43, and freshman Alicia Krivanek, from Carnation and competing for Pacific Lutheran University, clocked just over 19 minutes to take eighth in the 5000m.

Rich Allen Invite, Newberg, OR: George Fox sophomore Matt Proctor, from Fall City and a 2017 MSHS alum, took second in the men’s 110m hurdles in yesterday’s meet hosted by his Bruins squad on the GFU campus in the Willamette Valley. Proctor clocked 15.70 seconds.

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College: Bellevue CC 13, Pierce 4 (game one, doubleheader) – Bellevue scored six runs in the sixth to run-rule Pierce in the first of two in Tacoma. Sophomore Maddy Trout, she of North Bend and a 2017 MSHS alum, went 1-3 with a walk and two runs scored pacing the Bulldogs.

Wesco 4A: Kamiak 12, Burlington-Edison 3 (game one, doubleheader) – Kelci Carroll homered for Kamiak to lift them to the win in the first of two in the Skagit Valley. Jayden Bushnell went 3-4 with a double, two runs scored and an RBI as well for the Knights as they made quick work of the Tigers.

College: Seattle U. 6, North Dakota 2 – The first chance for Cedarcrest HS grad Maddie Nixon to play in front of friends and family as a collegian came yesterday for UND in this one at the Seattle U. tournament in Seattle. Nixon came in late as a designated hitter and went 0-1. She is a sophomore and 2017 CHS’er from Carnation.

North Sound/Wesco 3A: Coupeville 8, Oak Harbor 3 – Coupeville hopped on SR 20 for the short trip up to meet their inter-Whidbey Island rivals and left with a win anchored by Veronica Crownover, who homered as part of a 3-3 performance, driving in six runs. Sarah Wright also went 3-3 for Coupeville, scoring a run and driving in another. Oak Harbor’s efforts were powered by Kayla Crocker, who homered and drove in two runs.

Wesco 3A: Lakewood 14, Oak Harbor 1 – Natalie Krueger powered the Cougars, going 3-4 with three runs scored and three RBI’s, as Lakewood came over to Whidbey Island and made quick work of the Wildcats. Abby Freeman also had three hits, including a double, scoring twice and driving in two more for the Cougars. Sam Scott paced Oak Harbor, going 2-2 and scoring their lone run. Olivia Poulton got the win in the circle for Lakewood, allowing a run on five hits in a complete game effort, striking out nine.

College: Bellevue CC 10, Pierce 2 (game two, doubleheader) – Trout’s two-run homer in the sixth helped fuel an offensive explosion for the Bulldogs, as they scored nine runs over the final two innings to break what had been a 1-1 tie going into that sixth frame and take the nightcap of two to sweep a doubleheader with Pierce. She finished 1-4 with the run scored and two RBI’s from the homer.

Wesco 4A: Kamiak 13, Burlington-Edison 4 (game two, doubleheader) – Sara Schnurman homered and drove in four runs for the Knights, and Camdyn Robinson went 5-5 with a double, three runs scored and three RBI’s as the ladies from Mukilteo took care of business in the Skagit Valley, handling B-E in the nightcap of two and sweeping the twinbill. Schnurman finished 2-4 to pace Kamiak.

Women’s Basketball
Valleyite lands on all-conference team: University of Puget Sound senior Elizabeth Prewitt , from Snoqualmie earned a spot on the All-West Region third team after earning All-NWC first team honors and leading the Loggers womens basketball team to a third-place showing in the Northwest Conference (NCAA Division III) regular season final standings. The recognition was announced last Tuesday. Prewitt, a 2015 Mount Si HS grad, ranked third in the conference in free throw percentage (82.4) and fourth in points per game (15.8) in helping UPS finish 19-6 overall, 12-4 in conference play.

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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