CHS boys hoops falls, plus action from the hardwood, the diamond, the track and gymnastics to start your Super Bowl weekend…..

Good Saturday morning. A lot of rain and wind out there this morning so everyone stay safe especially down in the lower Valley.

We start on the hardwood. Cedarcrest High School’s boys basketball team had last night all to themselves for the Valley hardwood hoops action. They hit the road to Mountlake Terrace and fell 72-57 to the Hawks. Rob Baringer had a game-high 18 points to lead Mountlake, while Brennan Mallot led Cedarcrest with 15.

Muhammed Kinteh added 15 for the Hawks, while Cameron Brady pitched in 13 for Cedarcrest. Rounding it out, Nicolo Cammarano had 12 points for the Red Wolves and Mason Christianson pitched in 10 for Terrace.

Cedarcrest hosts Shorewood Wednesday for Senior Night at 7:15 at CHS’ campus in Duvall.

College: PLU men fall to conference-leading Whitman-The Lutes saw a win streak come to an end last night, falling to Whitman, unbeaten in conference play at 9-0, 77-66. Freshman Brett Williams, from North Bend and a 2019 MSHS’er, played 12 minutes off the bench and recorded a pair of assists and steals each pacing the Lutes.

Other news on a Saturday morning:

Gymnastics
Mount Si falls in final home meet of season: The Wildcats fell at home Thursday on Senior Night to Issaquah, 169.55-161.9. Senior Tylor Zwiefelhofer led MSHS, taking third in the all-around with a 33.35. She finished in the top 10 in all four events, headlined by a second-place 9.35 on the floor. Kaitlyn Holt was fourth in that all-around for Mount Si, scoring 32.7. The sophomore had three top-tens in the events, headlined by a tie for third on the vault with an 8.45.

Sydney Haberman had a solid 32.3 in the all-around finishing seventh for the Wildcats. She had a strong second place showing of 9.05 on the balance beam to headline her performance, and Claire Stone took 10th to round out the top-10 all-around finishers for Mount Si. She finished third on the beam with an 8.75 to headline a 30.6 all-around score.

Other gymnasts of note included an eighth-place finish on beam for Mount Si’s Presley-Anne Bergman (8.3) and a ninth on bars for Vanessa Caluori (7.3). Lauren Bennetts also had a good night in a couple of events, headlined by a sixth-place 8.75 on floor.

Mount Si makes up a snowed-out meet from last month on Monday to close out the regular season at Inglemoor High School in Kenmore.

Track & Field
UW Invitational, Seattle: Day one of the indoor track and field meet hosted by the University of Washington last night at the Dempsey Indoor facility on the UW campus saw Snoqualmie’s Melissa Hruska finish 43rd in the women’s 5000m. The Washington State senior, a 2016 Mount Si HS grad, clocked 17:40.17.

Baseball
Auckland season over: The Tuatara fell 6-2 to Melbourne last night in the Aussie Baseball League playoff semifinals, seeing their season come to an end as the Aces swept the best-of-three series 2-0. North Bend’s Max Brown was 0-3 and finishes having struggled all season with the bat, not getting his average above .200 at all this season for the 2011 MSHS grad. Auckland finishes the season at .500 and having won the division in their league for the first time ever.

Wrestling
Red Wolve ladies split with Ed-Wood: Cedarcrest’s girls closed out the regular season last night splitting four matches with Edmonds-Woodway at home in Duvall. All of the matches finished with the winners taking their matches by pin. CHS winners by pin were Alyssa Adams (110 lbs.) and Olivia Hillestad (140). Serena (125) and Bethany Smith (155) were the two Red Wolves to suffer losses to the Warriors by pin in the contest.

Boys results for CHS against Ed-Wood have not yet been reported. When we get those, we’ll have them.

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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