Mount Si sends trio to compete in Pasco Invitational track and field meet, plus a lot of other stuff on this Sunday…….

Good Sunday morning. We have a lot of news this morning, and we start with track and field.

A trio of Mount Si High School track and field athletes made the trek over to Pasco yesterday to compete in the Pasco Invitational.

Abby Triou competed in two throwing events on the girls’ side for Mount Si. The senior finished 14th in the discus with a toss of 102 feet, nine inches, and 19th in the shot put, with a toss of 34’3″. Karlie Stewart led the trio, with a second-place finish in the girls’ high jump, clearing 5’4″. The Wildcat boys were represented by thrower Ezra Bacon-Gershman, and he finished 23rd in the discus with a throw of 114’11”.

The remainder of the team was home yesterday still on spring break. They’ll resume practice tomorrow in preparation for the resumption of Kingco action on Wednesday. They host Newport at Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie. The meet begins at 4:00 p.m.

Several Valley collegians were also in action yesterday.

Hammer Invite, Lacey: Carnation’s Alicia Krivanek, a Pacific Lutheran freshman and 2018 Cedarcrest HS grad, finished second in the women’s 5000m run, clocking 19 minutes, 18.91 seconds. St. Martin’s senior Liz Larson, from Snoqualmie, won the women’s hammer throw with a toss of 177 feet, five inches.

CWU Invitational, Ellensburg: Central Washington junior Andrew Harris, from North Bend, took home a solid third in the men’s hammer, with a toss of 136 feet, nine inches. He isa Mount Si High School grad.

Triton Invite, San Diego: North Bend’s Karlie Hurley competed in two events yesterday for Concorda-PDX’s women in this meet hosted by UC San Diego in southern California. She finished 14th individually in the women’s 400m dash, clocking 57.59 seconds, and teamed with fellow Cavs Ronni Van Zant, Macie Allen and Maddie Misi to take fifth for Concordia in the women’s 4×100 relay, with a time of 47.89 seconds.

Montana Open, Missoula, MT: North Bend’s Chloe Cosgrove fared well in the women’s 1500m race at the meet hosted by her University of Montana squad yesterday. Cosgrove, a freshman and 2018 Mount Si HS grad, clocked just over five minutes to take third for the Grizzlies in the race.

Mount Si High School’s junior varsity game, at Eastlake, and “C” team game, against Skyline, both on the Sammamish Plateau, were both rained out yesterday, allowing for the players to all rest up for last night’s Mount Si Night with the Mariners, as Seattle hosted the Houston Astros. Unfortunately, the home side was on the short end of a 3-1 result to the Astros, but we’re sure everyone had fun nonetheless. All three teams are in action tomorrow. Varsity and JV play Issaquah, with the varsity at Issaquah High School at 4:00 p.m. and the JV’s home with the Eagles at Bannerwood Park in Bellevue at 7:30. The “C” team is at Bellevue to play the Wolverines, also at 4:00 p.m.

Also, Cedarcrest High School is home tomorrow playing Meadowdale at 4:00 p.m.

With that the scores. The two Lake Washington High School items we have are powered by Gamechanger and the Gamechanger app, available on Apple IPhones and IPads in their app store.

Kingco 3A: Lake Washington 17, Thatcher (AZ) 1 (Morenci Lions tournament semi) – L-Dub under the lights last night at the Morenci Lions tournament broke out the bats and easily beat the Arizona team in the semifinal of the event. Travis Lee and Nation Wood both homered, and finished a combined 6-6 with six runs scored and nine more driven in to power the Kangs.

College: Bellevue U. (NE) 3, Columbia (MO) 2 – The Bruins stunned the Missouri team walking off with three in the seventh to rally from a 2-0 hole for the win on neutral soil in Point Lookout, MO. Duvall’s Cody Banks went 0-3 for BU.

College: Spokane CC 8, Wenatchee Valley 0 (game one, doubleheader) – The Sasquatch beat the Knights in the first of two in Wenatchee. Fall City’s Justin “JuJu” Lutz was 0-3, but walked, scored a run and drove in another pacing CCS.

College: Bellevue CC 11, Mount Hood 10 – BCC won a slugfest with the visitors from Oregon. Skyline HS grad Riley Gill, whose family lives now in Snoqualmie, was a late-inning replacement in left field for the Bulldogs but had no official at-bats.

College: Gonzaga 19, Portland 3 – GU broke out the bats last night against the Pilots down in Portland, with a total of 20 hits. North Bend’s Mason Marenco and Carson Breshears went a combined 0-3 with a run scored for the Zags. Both players are Mount Si HS grads.

College: Bellevue U. (NE) 3, College of the Ozarks 1 – Banks, a junior and 2016 Cedarcrest HS grad, went 0-4 for the Bruins, who handled the Bobcats to close out the weekend going 4-0. Bellevue beat both of these teams they played yesterday as well on Friday. The Bruins are now on an eight-game win streak.

College: Spokane CC 9. Wenatchee Valley 0 (game two, doubleheader) – CCS took the nightcap in Apple Country with the help of Lutz, a sophomore and 2017 Mount Si HS grad. He went 2-3 with two walks and two runs scored as the Sasquatch swept the pair.

Minors: North Bend’s Lane notches first save of season – 2012 Mount Si High School grad Trevor Lane pitched a relatively painless seventh inning last night, allowing one hit and striking out one, to get his first save of the young season for the New York Yankees “AA” Trenton Thunder minor-league team, as the Thunder beat the Boston Red Sox-affiliated Portland SeaDogs 1-0 at home in New Jersey in the back end of what ended up being a doubleheader thanks to weather which forced a suspension of Friday night’s game. Lane, in his fourth year with the Yankees organization, did not pitch in the first game.

Kingco 3A: Lake Washington 15, Morenci (AZ) 1 (Morenci Lions championship game) – Ricky Koshida went 4-4 with three runs scored and three RBI’s, and Torin Montgomery homered for L-Dub as the Kangs scored eight runs in the fourth and beat the host Morenci team to bring home the Morenci Lions tournament title down in eastern Arizona last night.

Duvall’s Rezoski powers Linfield women: A hat trick (three goals) and two assists from freshman Maia Rezoski aided the Linfield College ladies to a 20-15 win over Northwest Conference (NCAA Division III) rival Whitman yesterday at home in McMinnville, OR. Rezoski, a 2018 Cedarcrest HS grad from Duvall who played high school lacrosse for Mount Si’s program as CHS does not offer the sport, now has 19 goals and four assists this spring for the Linfield ‘Cats, fifth on the team in scoring. Linfield is now 6-1 in league with the win, 7-4 overall.

Mount Olive women win again: The Trojans, from North Carolina, continued their trip to South Carolina blasting struggling Erskine 22-4. Sophomore Chaija Olsson, she of Snoqualmie and a 2017 Mount Si HS grad, worked defense for MOU and recorded one ground ball in the contest.

Snoqualmie’s Smith with a goal, but UoD men fall again to stay winless: Junior Tyler Smith, from Snoqualmie and a 2015 Mount Si HS grad, scored a goal for the University of Dallas’ men, but they fell 25-6 to Southwestern of Texas yesterday in Georgetown, TX. Smith’s goal opened the scoring for UoD, who is now 0-8 on the season.

Cedarcrest High School’s Wesco 2A/3A rival Marysville-Pilchuck headed east for two in Moses Lake. Scores and highlights from Gamechanger and the Gamechanger app, available on Apple IPhones and IPads in their app store.

Wesco 3A: Marysville-Pilchuck 12, East Valley-Yakima 8 – Sydney Zachry doubled and drove in four for Pilchuck as they opened a busy day over on the Columbia Basin in Moses Lake with a win. Alissa Edge added two hits and three RBI’s for the Tomahawks, while Lauren Lewis went 3-4 with four runs scored.

Wesco 3A: Moses Lake 11, Marysville-Pilchuck 0 – Pitcher Gina Skinner fired a four-hitter striking out five and Sydney Ries and Brooklyn Bailey both hit homers for Moses Lake as the host Chiefs blanked the Tomahawks. Zachry was among those with hits for M-P. Ries finished 3-4 also hitting a double, scored three runs and drove in three more while Bailey also drove in three runs. Cheyenne Walker went 4-4 with a triple and two runs as well for Moses Lake.

NWC Spring Classic, Olympia: Pacific Lutheran junior Alex Nelson, from North Bend, fired a 76 yesterday to finish the opening day of the conference spring tournament at Olympia Country Club in the hunt perhaps for the title. His six-over par score on the par-70 layout put him in a tie for eighth, four shots back of the leaders, going into today’s final round. Nelso, a 2016 MSHS alum, is the only member of the Lutes’ Valley trio including Mitch Dover and Jordan Lau competing this weekend.

Natoma Invitational, Sacramento: Gonzaga’s women’s varsity eight boat, with North Bend’s Lauren McCallum aboard, finished second in both morning and afternoon heats at the meet yesterday down in northern California. McCallum, a sophomore and 2017 MSHS grad, helped GU to a solid 6:43.32 time in the morning, and a slightly better time of 6:39.1 in the afternoon. The meet wraps today.

Portland Invite, Portland: The St. Mary’s-CA women’s varsity eight crew, with North Bend’s Emily Sprigings aboard, clocked 7:37.61 and beat the University of Portland and Seattle University for the title yesterday at the UoP hosted event in southwest Washington. The Gaels won for the second time in three races. Sprigings is a MSHS alum.

McCreadie hits the sand: North Bend’s Anna McCreadie was on the sand for a pair of matches yesterday with her Santa Clara University women’s beach volleyball team as it finished up a weekend tourney in Arizona. McCreadie, a junior and 2015 MSHS grad, teamed with fellow Bronco Michelle Gadjka for the two matches, both of which they fell in, to pairs from the University of Arizona and NAIA Ottawa University of Kansas. The two losses yesterday came off two Friday, to opponents from Arizona and the University of New Mexico. Santa Clara lost all four of the matches and wraps up the regular season today at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix.

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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