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Concordia 2, Evergreen 0 – Recap from Evergreen Athletics
Concordia’s Sam Carmichael scored in the 21st minute and Gerrit Hamann scored the insurance goal in the 52nd minute and the 25th-ranked Cavaliers knocked off Evergreen 2-0 in a battle for first place in Portland. Both the Geoducks and Cavs came into the game at 4-0 in the Cascade Collegiate Conference and Concordia leaves with sole possession of first place at 5-0.
Two time reigning CCC defensive player of the week Collin Harlow made four saves in the Geoducks’ loss while Arne Niermann was only forced to make two saves for Concordia. The Cavs out shot Evergreen 15-7 and held a 7-2 advantage in shots on goal.
Black Hills 3, River Ridge 0
WF West 1, Capital 0 (WF West wins 5-4 in PKs)
Gig Harbor 5, Timberline 1
Olympia @ Yelm – No report
Shelton @ North Thurston – No report
Joslin Lindsay scored two goals for Black Hills in their 3-0 win over River Ridge at the RAC in Lacey. Arin Seidlitz also scored and Ce Ce Noyen made two saves for the Wolves in the shutout. Across town, 2A EvCo leader Capital battled to a 0-0 tie with WF West before the game was decided in penalty kicks. The Bearcats won the shootout 5-4 to move into a three way tie with Black Hills and Capital at 4-1 in conference.
High school volleyball
Capital 3, WF West 0 (25-14, 25-19, 25-21)
Black Hills 3, River Ridge 0 (25-8, 25-10, 25-14)
Northwest Christian 3, Willapa Valley 0 (25-21, 25-15, 25-13)
Rachel Erickson racked up 10 kills, Marissa Ottesen had 12 digs and Sam Yorke added 26 assists in Capital’s 3-0 win over WF West. The win moves the Cougars into a tie with Tumwater atop the 2A EvCo at 4-0. Black Hills stayed one game behind the leaders with their 3-0 win over River Ridge. Hope Mortensen was 16-for-18 serving with eight aces for the Wolves. Northwest Christian moved to 4-1 in the 2B Pacific League with their straight sets win over Willapa Valley.
Puget Sound Collegiate League fall baseball
Tumwater 6, Black Hills 5 – Winning pitcher: Jack Allen
North Thurston 3, Timberline 2 – Winning pitcher: Riley Stordahl