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Harrelson gets top-20 finish in local college men’s golf tournament
Snoqualmie product Brad Harrelson, a 2010 Mount Si grad who is a sophomore at Montana-State Billings, yesterday fired a 73 in the second and final round of a tournament down in Olympia being hosted by St. Martin’s University. On top of his 74 in round one Monday, Harrelson finished with an overall score of 147, +5 over par in the event. This result was good for a tie for 18th in the tournament.
Western Washington’s men’s golf team also competed in this event, but freshman Jack Kelly, from North Bend and a 2011 Mount Si grad, did not hit the links for the Vikings. Western took second as a team and MSUB finished ninth overall.
PLU volleyball wins barnburner
The Lutes beat St. Martin’s in a thrilling five-set battle, 25-15, 24-26, 15-25, 25-12, 22-20, last night in Parkland. Aubrey Larion, a freshman from North Bend and a 2011 Mount Si grad, saw limited action for the Lutes, recording one dig.
Boise State women’s golf finishes in middle of pack in Portland tournament
The Broncos took sixth in the Rose City Collegiate tournament behind a solid effort from their top players in yesterday’s final round. Senior Katie Somers, a 2008 Mount Si grad, did not play this event for BSU, but look for her to hit the links for the Broncos as the season wears on.
Cedarcrest girls’ soccer gets stellar effort from key player in victory
A hat trick – three goals – from Maggie Pleis propelled the Red Wolves to a shutout of South Whidbey last night at home in Cascade Conference play. More from the Everett Herald.
Back-and-forth tussle in Cascade Conference volleyball between Red Wolves and Granite Falls
The five-set marathon went to the host Tigers last night up in Granite Falls, despite several strong performances from Cedarcrest players. The Herald also has the wrap on that for you.