Monday news and notes…

Here’s a wrapup of the Sunday scores for you. We’ll have the results from the Rock ‘N Roll event later on this afternoon.

Baseball: Breshears aids Chaffey
Chaffey U18 Baseball wrapped up play in their tourmanent in Yakima yesterday splitting a pair of games and finishing ninth overall in their tournament. Chaffey beat the Spokane Bandits 9-3, and Mount Si senior-to-be Carson Breshears led the way, going 3-3 with a double, two runs scored and another run driven in to aid the Chaffey efforts. Breshears had a hit in the nightcap game as well, but Chaffey fell in that contest 1-0 to the Skagit Sox. Former MSHS pitcher Joe Boyce got the call for Chaffey, and pitched four innings of no-hit baseball, striking out three. He had a no-decision.

Baseball: WA Athletics, behind Mount Si grads, sweeps twinbill
The Washington Athletics traveled to Gig Harbor yesterday and left with a pair of wins, 9-4 and 7-5, over Narrows Baseball in U18 action. MSHS grads Austin Hall and Connor Swift played in both contests for the A’s. Each had a hit and run scored in the first game, and Swift pitched the nightcap, going 5 1/3 solid innings, giving up four runs, three earned, on six hits, striking out one. Swift had a no-decision in the contest. Hall also played in the second game, but went hitless in four at-bats.

Softball: Valley athletes enjoy victory with club teams
Two Valley high school softball players – Cedarcrest’s LuAnn Townley and Mount Si’s Celine Fowler – both were part of success yesterday, as their ASA club teams scored titles in the local Rising Sun tournament in Kent.

Townley’s Bellevue Blast Black Martin U16 team won the U18 Silver division, beating the Washington Hurricanes of Woodinville 12-6, and Fowler’s Washington Ladyhawks Miller U18 Gold team won the U18 Gold division, defeating the Washington Hustle 10-0. The Blast played up in age level for this tournament, likely to prepare for tougher competition later in the season.

Softball: Redhawks split in Mount Vernon
The Redhawks U14 team closed out the weekend in Mount Vernon with a win and a loss. They beat the Krush in their first game yesterday 15-2. Mount Si High School freshman to be Claire Lis was busy both with her bat and her arm; she went 3-4 with a double, and pitched a complete game two-hit effort, striking out three, to lead the Redhawks. Wildcat sophomore-to-be Rose Vogt went 2-3 with a triple, scored four runs and drove in two more to aid the Valley team efforts.

In the nightcap, the Redhawks fell to the Mill Creek Mayhem 6-4. Cedarcrest HS freshman-to-be Morgan Brown went 3-4 with a double and run batted in, and also pitched a complete game for the Redhawks, giving up all six runs, only three of which were earned, on seven hits, striking out two. Lis and MSHS sophomore-to-be Taylor Treado also had doubles; Treado’s was part of a three-hit game.

Baseball: Wildcats on a roll helping Michael’s Toyota in Spokane tourney
Another win yesterday east of the mountains for Michael’s Toyota U18 baseball at the Best of the Northwest tournament, and it came with the help of some MSHS products. Joe Done doubled twice, and Wyatt Baker also doubled, driving in four runs and scored twice more as Michael’s rolled to the 15-4 victory.

Soccer: Crossfire’s run to glory over in Hawaii
The Redmond-based Crossfire FC Collings U17 boys’ soccer team held a 2-1 lead late into their US Youth Soccer Farwest Regionals championship contest yesterday in Honolulu with the Santa Clara Sporting team from the Bay Area, but the Santa Clara side scored three quick goals in the last ten minutes of play to take the title with a 4-2 victory. Crossfire, which features Mount Si’s Aaron Baumgardner, will not head to nationals as a result of the loss.

Volleyball: Summer Soiree wraps up today
The Summer Soiree tournament for girls’ club volleyball finishes up today down in Anaheim, CA, and all three local teams with Valley players are in the playoffs. High Velocity’s U16s will head into today’s play looking to rebound from a tough day yesterday; the team, with MSHS’ Danielle Seaman, went 0-3 in their matches, with losses to teams from California and Hawaii. High Velocity’s U17s (Cedarcrest’s Hanna Halverson and Kendall Berens) and Island Thunder’s 14s (MSHS frosh-to-be Hannah Green) both went 2-1 in their action yesterday, with wins over teams from California.

We’ll keep you posted on how things end up for the three teams down there in SoCal.

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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