Volleyball and soccer news…..

Other news on this Saturday and we start with some volleyball.

Mount Si High School sports fans will have to wait for their first chance to see the Wildcats play in the new high school gymnasium.

The Wildcat volleyball team was set to host the first-ever Mount Si sports event in the new gym on Monday. But some complications have forced the contest, scheduled against Kentlake, to be moved to Kentlake High School down in Covington, with the same time schedule as previously announced – 5:45 for the junior varsity and “C” team matches with the varsity to follow at 7:15. Mount Si is set to host Interlake next Thursday, but that game could also be moved. We’ll keep you posted.

College action:

Northwest U. def. Warner Pacific 25-15, 25-14, 25-18: The Eagles opened conference play with a sweep of the Knights in the first leg of their weekend two-fer down in Portland last night. Junior Courteney Carr, she of Snoqualmie and a 2017 MSHS’er, had a modest 14 assists and a dig pacing NWU.

Santa Clara def. Bakersfield 25-22, 25-13, 25-18: The Broncos swept the ladies from CSUB in a neutral-site tournament in Fresno, CA. In limited action, senior Anna McCreadie, from North Bend and a 2015 MSHS’er, had one kill for Santa Clara. She did not play the nightcap for the Broncos, a five-set loss to the host Fresno State Bulldogs. Scores there were 20-25, 25-17, 25-20, 21-25, 19-17.

Concordia-Irvine def. Seattle Pacific 23-25, 25-19, 19-25, 25-14, 15-6: The Eagles rallied from down two sets to one to take the opening day nightcap at their tournament in San Diego over the Falcons. Former Mount Si player Patience O’Neal had eight kills and a block in limited action for Concordia in this one. O’Neal is a sophomore and is from Maple Valley; she played for the Wildcats as a high school sophomore in 2016 before transferring to, then graduating from in 2018, Tahoma High School. She did not play in the Eagles’ morning match, in which they fell to Southern Nazarene.

Soccer
DiDomenico makes college debut: It was a debut night last night for freshman Mateo DiDomenico. The June graduate of Mount Si High School, from North Bend, started his first-ever college game, competing for Cal State East Bay’s men’s soccer team in a neutral-siter with Colorado’s Fort Lewis College. DiDomenico played on defense and logged 72 minutes with no stats of note as CSEB fell in the game 2-0 at Westminster College in Salt Lake City. The Pioneers meet host Westminster tomorrow in the Utah capital.

Texas women 3, Stephen F. Austin 1: Texas continued its road swing last night, scoring a pair of second-half goals to break a 1-1 halftime tie and escape with the win up the road in Nacogdoches, TX. Junior Natalie Weidenbach, she of North Bend and a 2017 MSHS grad, played limited minutes in this one for the ‘Horns and had no stats of note. Texas with the win got back to .500 at 2-2 following a pair of losses last weekend in Colorado to begin this swing.

Washington U.-St. Louis 2, Pacific Lutheran men 0: The Bears handled the visiting Lutes on home turf in the Gateway City last night. Freshman Jared Davies made the trip to the Midwest and the North Bender saw 18 minutes of action off the bench for PLU in the game with no stats of note. Davies graduated from Mount Si in June.

Boise State 1, Idaho State women 0: The visiting Broncos blanked the Bengals on ISU’s home field in Pocatello, ID. Junior Rachel Brownell, she of Fall City and a 2017 MSHS’er, worked the full 90 for ISU in this one on defense with no stats of note reported.

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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