Friday news and notes, 9-28

News and notes this morning. Mount Si girls’ soccer and volleyball on their way.

Mount Si boys tennis struggles, but stays busy
It has been a busy last two weeks for Mount Si’s boys tennis team.

They wrapped up this week’s play yesterday with a 7-0 loss to Bellevue, as the Wolverines dominated Mount Si in all of the matches. This followed another 7-0 loss Tuesday at the hands of Lake Washington, in which the Kangs came within one point of winning all four singles matches by shutout. Allen Reid was the lone point scorer for Mount Si in singles, in his match with Tristan Jimenez of the Kangs.

Last week, it was a similar week, with two 7-0 shutout losses, to Interlake and Sammamish, and a 6-1 loss in a nonleague match against Bothell last Wednesday. The lone Mount Si win in that match with the Cougars was from doubles pair Zach Gappa and Riley Dirks, who beat Bothell’s pair of Josh Song and Dawson Michael 6-1, 7-5.

It doesn’t get any easier, either, as the Wildcats travel to Mercer Island next Tuesday.

Cedarcrest volleyball, girls’ soccer results
Both the Red Wolves volleyball and girls’ soccer teams competed last night. Here’s the game wraps from the Everett Herald.

Red Wolves volleyball rolls to sweep of Lakewood

White’s tally not enough as King’s doubles up CHS girls’ soccer

Bieck has special night, but Oregon State women’s soccer suffers road loss
Freshman Gwen Bieck, a 2012 Cedarcrest High School grad from Duvall, celebrated a special moment last night, but it was not the best of nights for her Oregon State women’s soccer team, as they fell to Stanford last night on the road.

Bieck scored for the Beavers on a corner kick feed from teammate Megan Miller in the 86th minute. The goal was Bieck’s first as a collegian, and it helped break the shutout bid of the Cardinal, but that’s all it did, as Stanford won 5-1 on home soil in Palo Alto, CA. Bieck got a start and played a total of 72 minutes in the contest.

Griffen helps freshman teammate celebrate special accomplishment
Western Washington’s women’s soccer team used a special night from a freshman to score a win over Northwest Nazarene. And a Cedarcrest HS grad had a hand in helping out.

Stephanie Hamilton, from Orting, scored twice, for her first two college goals, as Western blanked their conference rivals 4-0 in Bellingham. Junior Ashton Griffen, from Duvall, assisted on the second Hamilton goal in the 24th minute, and the ex-Red Wolve had a chance of her own with seconds left in the contest to get a goal of her own, but that shot attempt was stopped by the NNU goalie. Griffen started and played a total of 80 minutes in the contest.

Ex-Mount Si volleyball stars key college team wins
Former MSHS players Catie Fry and Summer Nash both had key roles in their college volleyball teams’ victories last night, both on the road.

Fry, a redshirt freshman, logged 44 assists along with six digs, three blocks and two kills to help Central Washington take care of Seattle Pacific in five, 25-23, 20-25, 20-25, 25-21, 15-13 in Seattle, and Nash, who was integral to Mount Si’s state tournament run in 2007 and is now a junior at San Diego State, had 10 kills and six digs as the Aztecs scored a 17-25, 25-18, 23-25, 25-20, 15-11 win over Wyoming in Laramie, WY.

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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