Category Archives: Capital City Bombers
Portland Timbers U-23 1, Sounders U-23 0 – Recap
Oly Rollers Cosa Nostra Donnas 186, London Rollergirls 175
England’s London Rollergirls opened up a 140-109 lead over the Oly Rollers’ Cosa Nostra Donnas midway through the second half but On’Da Sligh’s jam with 3:55 left to play gave Oly their first lead since the first half at 160-154 and the Cosa Nostra Donnas held on for a hard fought 186-175 win at Skateland! on Sunday night.
Olympia Athletics 6, Lacey Saints 5
West Olympia Linx 6, Tumwater Brewers 4
Hawks Prairie Cardinals 9, Nisqually Silvers 4
Nisqually Silvers 4, Thurston County Senators 0
Capital City Bombers 19, Tacoma Cascades 13
Extremely busy and exciting sports Sunday ahead of us today, so let’s get right to it…
Olympia Athletics vs. Lacey Saints – The RAC – 10:00 AM
Capital City Bombers vs. Tacoma Cascades – Crandall Field – 11:00 AM
Tumwater Brewers vs. West Olympia Linx – The RAC – 1:00 PM
Hawks Prairie Cardinals vs. Nisqually Silvers – The RAC – 4:00 PM
Thurston County Senators vs. Nisqually Silvers – The RAC – 7:00 PM
Sounders U-23s vs. Portland Timbers U-23s – Tumwater Stadium – 2:00 PM
First place in the PDL Northwest Division is on the line this afternoon at Tumwater Stadium when the Sounders U-23s face the Portland Timbers U-23s at 2:00 PM. Tickets are $10 at the door. Read previews of the Timbers U-23s here and the Sounders U-23s here.
Oly Rollers Cosa Nostra Donnas vs. London Rollergirls – Skateland! – 6:00 PM
The Cosa Nostra Donnas, the varsity squad of the Oly Rollers organization, makes their 2013 debut in this international WFTDA bout. Tickets are $15 at the door.
Tacoma Cascades @ Capital City Bombers – Crandall Field/Olympia HS – 10:00 AM
The Capital City Bombers host the Tacoma Cascades this morning and are offering fans a free hot dog, popcorn, chips and a soda and activities for kids throughout the game for Family Day.
Puget Sound Collegiate League baseball
Hawks Prairie Cardinals @ Nisqually Silvers – the RAC – noon
Capital Stage Race
General Classification winners – Full results here
Men Pro 1/2
1. Logan Owen – Hagens Berman
2. Patrick Stanko – Kryki Sports
Bremerton 17 year-old Logan Owen won the last two stages of the Capital Stage Race including winning the Queen Stage Road Race on Sunday by over two and a half minutes to win the overall title. Owen entered Sunday in 8th place overall. Ian McKissick, the leader coming into Sunday, finished 6th overall.
Women Pro 1/2/3
1. Ivy Audrain – Stranamanti Cycling
2. Rosyln Zylkowski – Keller Rohrback Cycling/Stranamanti Cycling
Seattle’s Ivy Audrain won three of four stages in the Capital Stage Race to take home the overall title. Jennifer Burtner of Olympia Orthopaedics Associates finished in third place.
1. Warren McAndrew – Fischer Plumbing Cycling Team
2. Todd Baumeister – Apex Racing Team
1. Mark Fry
2. Andrew Austin – Old Time Bicycle
Master Men 35+ 1/2/3
1. Robert Campbell – CBC Racing
2. Todd Gallaher – Guiness Cycling
Master Men 40+ 4/5
1. Douglas Wilcox – Herriott Sports Performance
2. Timothy Hughes – Olympia Orthopaedic Associates
Master Men 50+
1. Scott Torkelson – Old Town Bicycle
2. Steven Holland – United Finance/Emerald Velo
1. Justine Clift – Glotman Simpson
2. Linda Moul – Union Bay Cycling/Bikesale.com
Pierce County Roy Hobbs baseball
Capital City Bombers 12, Tacoma Cascades 5
If you need your Father’s Day morning baseball fix, head over to Crandall Field at Olympia High School to see the Capital City Bombers adult baseball team take on the Tacoma Cascades. First pitch is at 10:00 AM.
The Capital Stage Race comes to a close today following the queen stage, a 47-90 mile road race that starts in Grand Mound, goes all the way to Satsop for the pro men’s divisions and back. Ian Mckissick of Audi/Kryki Sports is leading the men’s pro division after three stages but Jesse Reams of Hagen Berman is just 40 seconds off the pace. Ivy Audrain of Stranamanti Cycling leads the women’s pro division but there are ten cyclists within a minute of the overall lead heading into the final stage including Jennifer Burtner of Olympia Orthopaedics Associates.
Racing starts at 9:30 AM from Rochester Primary School and the pro and advanced divisions start their rides at 1:20 PM.
Nisqually Silvers 6, Lacey Saints 5 – Box score
Jordan Falcon (New Mexico Highlands University) went 3-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored to lead the Nisqually Silvers to a 6-5 win over the Lacey Saints, their first win of the young PSCL season. Ryan Taylor (Olympic CC) pitched five innings and gave up two earned runs to pick up the win and Anthony Klonitsko (Saint Martin’s, Black Hills HS) got the final two outs to get the save for the Silvers.
Alexander Lee (Skagit Valley CC) didn’t allow an earned run through seven innings of work for the Saints but didn’t get the defense and suffered the loss. Quinn Hartman (Green River CC) and Colin Nilson (PLU) each went 2-for-3 and drove in a run in the loss.
Pierce County Roy Hobbs baseball
Capital City Bombers 11, Yelm Eagles 6