Mount Si hoopsters split two with Issy, and college action on Super Bowl Sunday…..

Good Sunday morning. Mount Si High School’s boys and girls’ basketball teams hosted Issaquah last night and split the pair. Highlights:

Wildcat boys win: Jabe Mullins had a double-double, scoring a game-high 25 points and adding 12 assists, eight rebounds and five steals, as Mount Si handled the Eagles 71-56. The Wildcats also got 19 points and six assists from Tyler Patterson and 14 points from Hayden Curtiss. Mount Si hosts North Creek Tuesday to close out the regular season on Senior Night.

Wildcat girls run out of gas: Mount Si’s ladies held their own with division leading Issaquah until the fourth quarter, when the Eagles pulled away and scored a 70-53 win over the Wildcats. Issy outscored Mount Si 20-5 in the final frame to cruise to the win. Sela Heide had a double-double of a game-high 26 points and 15 rebounds to lead Mount Si. Lauren Glazier added 13 for the Wildcats. The Eagles were led by 20 points each from Cam Gibson and Keira Hanson. Mount Si hosts North Creek Tuesday for Senior Night. Game time is 6:30 with the boys to follow around 8:15.

Time for other news on a Sunday.

Basketball
PLU men fall to Whitworth: The Lutes dropped an 87-81 home decision to visiting Whitworth down in Tacoma last night. Freshman Brett Williams played limited minutes for PLU in this one; the 2019 MSHS’er from Snoqualmie had no stats of note for the Lutes.

Softball
Former CHS’er starts college season: Trinity University of Texas opened its softball season at home in San Antonio yesterday being swept by in-state rival Concordia of Texas.

Concordia took the games 4-0 in the opener and 8-1 in the nightcap. Sophomore Lauren Rich played in both games for Trinity. She was the designated hitter in the opener, and went 0-3 with a walk, then played first base in the nightcap, going 0-2 with two walks and a run scored. Rich is a former Valleyite who played her freshman year of high school softball with Cedarcrest High School in 2015 before she and her family moved to Texas, where she graduated in 2018 from a suburban Dallas high school.

Track and Field
Mount Si alums busy inside Dempsey: The second and final day of competition at the University of Washington Invitational in Seattle at the Dempsey Indoor facility on the UW campus had a trio of former MSHS’ers competing for various colleges. In men’s action, Central Washington’s Andrew Harris, from North Bend, took 15th with a toss of around 53’10”.

On the women’s side, Concordia senior Karlie Hurley, also from North Bend, finished 20th in the 400m with a time of 58.29 seconds, and UW’s Hannah Waskom, from Snoqualmie, took 36th in the 3000m, clocking 9:40.73. All three athletes are Mount Si grads.

Naval Academy meet: In Annapolis, MD, the U.S. Naval Academy’s Grant Van Valkenburg finished fifth in the men’s mile at the Navy Invitational clocking 4:09.86. Van Valkenburg, a sophomore from Duvall and 2018 Cedarcrest HS alum, qualified for the East Coast Athletic Conference meet in this event with this time.

Swimming
Mount Si alum Crumb races in trio of events in college meet: Pacific University-Oregon sophomore Julia Crumb, a 2018 MSHS’er from Snoqualmie, raced in three events for the Boxers last night in their regular season finale against area – and Northwest Conference (NCAA Division III) rival George Fox down in Forest Grove, OR.

Crumb finished third in the women’s 200 yard individual medley, clocking 2:25.51, and fourth in the 200 yard breaststroke, with a time of 2:44.70. She also ran as part of the Boxer women’s 400 yard medley relay team, and that foursome finished second in that race with a time of 4:22.68.

Crumb and her Pacific teammates fell 153-38 in the meet. They next compete in the NWC conference postseason meet February 13-16 in Federal Way at the King County Aquatic Center.

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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