Saturday morning news: Mount Si’s Fledderman in Sin City playing in club softball tourney, plus college football, volleyball, hoops and soccer!!

Amidst all of our previews and picks, we have some news this morning and we first hit the diamond for some softball.

For the second straight weekend, a Mount Si High School softball player is playing in a club tournament down in Las Vegas this weekend. This weekend’s event, a Triple Crown-sponsored event, features the Bellevue-based Washington Vipers 18U and Wildcat Chasey Fledderman. Scores and highlights from the opening night of action last night from Gamechanger and the Gamechanger app, available on Apple IPhones and IPads in their app store.

Washington Vipers 18U 4, All-American Fastpitch 1: The Vipers scored three runs in the second to put the Colorado Springs team away in the opener of the tournament last night. Fledderman went 0-1, but was hit by a pitch and scored a run.

Washington Vipers 18U 11, Lil’ Rebels 2: The Vipers scored eight runs in the third to make short work of the Las Vegas team in the nightcap last night. Fledderman went 0-2.

The tournament continues through tomorrow. Also of note, college coaches are on hand at the event scouting the players there, meaning Fledderman has a chance to be seen by the right people as she aims to make it to the next level – college softball. Among the schools represented there according to TCS are Olympic College, a community college in Bremerton, and both Blue Mountain Community College and Pacific University from Oregon. Most of the schools there are from California, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado and the Midwest.

College action now.

Football
Washington 19, Oregon State 7: The Huskies held off the Beavers last night down in Corvallis, OR, in the nationally-televised game. Two MSHS alums faced off against one another in the game – Husky Jack Westover and Beaver Jesiah Irish, both of whom played in the contest for their respective teams but had no stats of note reported. The two Class of 2018 Wildcat alums, both redshirt freshmen with their respective teams, are from North Bend.

Soccer
Northern State 1, Minnesota State-Moorhead women 0: Fall City’s Lindsey Brownell saw her final game as a collegian yesterday as the Dragons fell in their season finale to the hosts from South Dakota in Aberdeen, SD. The senior, a 2016 MSHS’er, played 65 minutes off the bench, with a shot on goal recorded but no goals scored. Moorhead finishes the season 6-8-4 overall and Brownell finished with two goals and an assist this fall, third on the team in scoring with five points. She had a total of three goals in her college career – including those two this season.

Chico State 4, Cal State East Bay men 0 (Thu.): Chico rolled to the home win in northern California on Thursday night over the visiting Pioneers. Freshman Mateo DiDomenico, he of North Bend and a 2019 MSHS’er, played 14 minutes off the bench in this one for East Bay with no stats of note reported.

Volleyball
Southern Oregon def. Northwest U. 25-16, 25-16, 25-17: The Eagles were steamrolled in a sweep by the Raiders on their home floor down in Ashland, OR, last night. Junior Courteney Carr had 12 assists and eight digs for Northwest; she is from Snoqualmie and a 2017 MSHS’er.

Lewis & Clark def. Whitman 26-24, 26-24, 25-19: Up I-5 at the other end of Oregon in Portland, the Pioneers dispatched the visiting Blues also in a sweep. Sophomore Emma Anderson had a good night, though for Whitman; the 2018 MSHS’er had 26 assists, 15 digs, three kills, two aces and a block to aid the Blues.

Basketball
Pacific Lutheran men 72, Johnson & Wales 42: The Lutes took their regular-season opener last night, blasting the Denver team in the first game of a weekend tournament in Santa Cruz, CA. Freshman Brett Williams, he of Snoqualmie and a 2019 MSHS’er, played limited minutes for the Blues with two rebounds recorded.

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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