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Cedarcrest boys’ soccer wins
The Red Wolves got themselves a quality road win last night to help their Northwest District playoff situation, picking up a 1-0 win over Wesco third-place Meadowdale, a 3A school, at Edmonds Stadium. Stats were not available. The win, coming off a 3-0 loss earlier this week on Tuesday to Edmonds-Woodway, sees the Red Wolves very much in contention for a home first-round playoff date. The first RPI run we’ve seen this season was done yesterday prior to last night’s game, and has Cedarcrest at a .410 ranking, in seventh overall, with last night’s win likely to bump that up. If the seed holds, they’re home for round one of the district playoffs May 2.

Cedarcrest hosts Shorewood Monday at 6:00 at Cedarcrest High School in Duvall.

Mount Si lacrosse doubleheader tonight
Mount Si Lacrosse is hosting a special doubleheader tonight at Mount Si High School. The Wildcat girls host Issaquah to lead it off at 5:00, then afterward at 7:00, Mount Si’s boys host Nathan Hale.

Both teams returned from spring break with games earlier this week. The Wildcat boys played last night at Lake Washington, with results not available, while Mount Si’s girls posted a 14-10 win on Wednesday over Ballard.

In that win at Chief Kanim Middle School in Fall City, Jessica Morris had a hat trick of three goals along with an assist to lead scarlet and gray, and Emme Rezoski also had three goals. Anna Simmons had two goals and three assists for the Wildcats, and additional goals were scored by Riordan Roche and Hillary Curd (both with two), Gabi Krueger and Kendall Forrest (each with one). Tessa Lewis stopped eight of 18 shots for the win in goal for Mount Si.

Viole Miller led Ballard, with three goals and an assist.

Mount Si’s girls go into tonight’s game with an 8-1 record (3-1 league) coming off the non-league win Wednesday, while Issy is at .500, 3-3-1 (1-1 league). As for the boys, it is a battle of two teams hovering around .500, with Hale at 5-6 and Mount Si, not counting last night, at 5-5. A big night of lacrosse on tap, and a good opportunity for you to see this sport in action, a sport that is relatively young in the Valley but is fast growing in our community.

Admission is free to both games.

Golf: Wildcat ladies get it done on the links
Mount Si High School’s girls’ golf team closed out their home schedule Thursday with a win over Newport.

Freshman Kasey Maralack took medalist honors again for the sixth time in seven starts, firing a round of 38 to lead Mount Si to the 224-231 result (lower score wins) at Mount Si Golf Course in Snoqualmie.

Tori Berger carded a 44 and Paige Lee added a 45. All six seniors on the roster played. Annie Burns led the group with a 49, followed by a 52 from Ali Miller. Gabby Schriver and Kristen Kulsrud carded 59’s, Julie Cleveland had a 68 and Martine Pfefferweight had a 71.

Mount Si is at Redmond on Tuesday of next week at Bear Creek Country Club.

Mount Si wins Wenatchee tourney: Last weekend, the Wildcats went over to Wenatchee and competed at the Wenatchee Valley Invitational and left with the first-place trophy.

Maralack carded an 80 over a full 18 holes and led Mount Si, who scored 246 to take the title. The team score was calculated from the cumulative of the top three individual scores. Maralack’s 80 was followed by Burns’ 82 and Berger’s 84. Miller also competed and fired a 103.

The Wildcats in the tournament competed against many of the top schools from central Washington.

Track & Field
Beach Invite, Long Beach: Snoqualmie’s Jacob Wachtendonk was the lone Valleyite in action yesterday down in SoCal at the huge weekend of meets, taking 23rd repping the University of Washington in the men’s javelin. Wachtendonk, a 2016 MSHS grad, threw the device 205 feet, nine inches.

Cardinal Classic, Palo Alto, CA: Up the California coast in the Bay Area, fellow Snoqualmieite Hannah Waskom ran for the Huskies in the women’s 5000m last night at this Stanford University-hosted meet, and finished fourth in her heat, clocking 16:37.75. She is a sophomore and 2017 MSHS alum.

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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