Sunday scoreboard…..

Time now for the Sunday scoreboard, and also, we should add that we will be following the progress of former Mount Si pitcher Josh Kimborowicz as he competes in his first pro season, with the Princeton Rays. See our previous item for more info on his pro debut Friday night.

Now to the scores.

Softball: Redhawks explode in Skagit tournament
The Redhawks U14 team from the Valley brought out the bats in a big way yesterday, winning all three games in their tournament up in Mount Vernon. In the three games combined, the team scored 42 runs and had just as many hits.

In their 13-1 win over the Skagit Valley Thunder, Mount Si High freshman to be Claire Lis struck out seven en-route to a no-hitter, and her sister Grace was also busy, going 2-3 with two runs scored and a run driven in to aid the Redhawks efforts. In their 14-0 win over Fear God, Cedarcrest freshman-to-be Morgan Brown doubled, tripled and drove in three runs, and Mount Si’s Taylor Treado and Cedarcrest’s Hailey Lacher both had three hits as the Redhawks blasted the Seattle Spice 15-2 in the nightcap. Claire Lis also had three hits in that contest including a double.

Here’s the rest of the scores:

U16/18 (Kent)
Bellevue Blast Martin 4, South Surrey (BC) Thunder 1
White Rock (BC) Renegades 06 6, Blast 5
Montana Avalanche 7, Blast 0
WA Ladyhawks Miller 15, White Rock (BC) Renegades Gold 1
WA Ladyhawks Miller 8, Ab Blast 4
WA Ladyhawks Miller 3, WA Hustle 0
Sudden Impact 6, Woodinville Reign 3
SKC Black Magic 4, Woodinville Reign 2
Woodinville Reign 9, Dragon Magic 14s 8

Key-Blast Martin: LuAnn Townley, CHS
Ladyhawks Miller: Celine Fowler, MSHS
Woodinville Reign: Jamie Trotto, MSHS

U18 Premier Girls Qualifier, Salinas, CA
NW Ladysharks Gold 8, Hype Gold (Rocklin, CA) 4
RR Gold (Stockton, CA) 6, Ladysharks 0
Ladysharks eliminated from tournament, feature MSHS players Paige Wetherbee, Rachael Picchena, Britney Stevens and recent grad Lauren Smith

Volleyball: High Velocity 17s on roll in Anaheim
The High Velocity 17’s girls’ club volleyball team from Bellevue, featuring Cedarcrest players Hanna Halverson and Kendall Berens, won all three matches they played in yesterday at the Summer Soiree tournament in Anaheim, CA, and sits at 5-1, on a five-match win streak, all against California teams, going into today’s action at the tournament. The High Velocity 16’s, with Mount Si’s Danielle Seaman, and the Island Thunder 14’s, with MSHS frosh-to-be Hannah Green, both went 1-2 in play yesterday and sit at .500 (3-3) going into today’s action.

Baseball scores
-In Spokane, the Michael’s Toyota team went 1-1 in play yesterday at the Best of the Northwest tournanment. In the win, several Mount Si players past and present were very instrumental with their offensive efforts, led by Wyatt Baker, who went 3-4 with a double and six runs batted in. Nick Adams, Tanner Simpson and Joe Done all had two hits each with runs scored and RBIs among all of them.

-Rock Creek U18 and Seattle Select split a pair of games yesterday, with RC taking the nightcap 8-3 after falling in the opener 4-0. Mount Si grad Connor Jensen had hits in both games for Rock Creek, and scored a run in the second game.

-The Washington Athletics U18 was swept by the Laces in a Seattle doubleheader yesterday, 3-1 and 11-0. MSHS grads Connor Swift and Austin Hall played in both games for the A’s, and each of them had hits in the first contest.

Soccer: Mount Si player to play for regional club championship
The Crossfire FC Collings U17 boys’ soccer team out of Redmond will be playing for a trip to the US Youth Soccer national championships today, as they advanced to the US Youth Soccer Farwest Regional finals with a surprise 4-2 win over the Fram B17’s out of California. Mount Si senior-to-be Aaron Baumgardner is on Crossfire, who will meet the Santa Clara Sporting team out of the Bay Area later today in the regional finals in Honolulu, with the winner earning a berth to nationals next month in Kansas City.

We’ll let you know what happens later on today.

We’ll also have a full wrapup for you tomorrow of the big weekend Rock ‘n Roll marathon in Seattle, which had a good number of people from the Valley participating, including a few names that should be familiar to local high school sports fans.

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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