Category Archives: South Puget Sound CC

Thursday Schedule and Wednesday Score

Schedule for Thursday, August 28th

Men’s Soccer
Evergreen vs. Johnson And Wales – Geoducks Pitch – 5:00 PM

College Volleyball
Saint Martin’s Intrasquad Match and Fan Day – Marcus Pavilion – 7:00 PM


Score from Wednesday, August 27th

Men’s soccer

Southwest Oregon 2, SPSCC 0
Starfire Complex, Tukwila 1st 2nd Final
SW Oregon (2-0-0 NWAC) 1 1 2
SPSCC (0-2-0 NWAC) 0 0 0
 

Tuesday Score: Clippers Fall in Friendly Opener

Men’s soccer

Bellevue College 8, SPSCC 1
Starfire Complex, Tukwila 1st 2nd Final
SPSCC (0-1-0 NWAC) 0 1 1
Bellevue (1-0-0 NWAC) 3 5 8
SPSCC goal: Ramon Bravo (89th minute)

VIDEO: A Look at the Turbulent SPSCC Men’s Hoops Season

South Puget Sound Community College’s Sara Gettys produced this 23 minute “documentary” about the turbulent 2013-2014 SPSCC men’s basketball season. It’s a little long but you can really see the wear and tear that a season filled with defections, injuries and other problems that left them with just five players playing meaningful minutes had on head coach Aaron Landon.

The Clippers coaches have been hard at work to once again fill the roster and have some nice recruits coming into the program. They have added locals Khalil Matheney (Olympia) and Elijah Sanders (Timberline), Wilson’s Anthony Gray, Woodinville’s Robbie Jackson and out-of-staters Cade Cattell and Nicholas Springer.

Saturday (Better Late Than Never) Scores: Saints Clinch Playoff Spot

 College baseball

Saint Martin’s 11, Central Washington 6 – Box score
LACEY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
CWU (17-14) 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 6 11 4
SMU (14-17) 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 6 X 11 20 2
W: Anthony LaDue (2-0) L: Davis Engel (0-1)

Tied at 5-5, Saint Martin’s erupted for six runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to win their fifth straight game with an 11-6 victory over Central Washington. The win, combined with a pair of losses by Northwest Nazarene to Montana State-Billings, secured third place in the GNAC and a spot in the championships next week.

Needing a big win, the Saints pounded out 20 hits including a 3-for-5, three RBI performance from Travis Shaw and three hits each from Zack Larsen, Zach Raczok and Chris Womac.  Game two of the doubleheader was rained out and was not needed to be played after the Saints clinched the playoff spot.

The Saints travel to Monmouth, Oregon to play in a round-robin tournament beginning on Thursday against #1 seed Western Oregon at 10:00 AM.


College softball

Highline 7, SPSCC 1 – Box score
DES MOINES
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
SPSCC (0-15 WEST) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 2
HCC (7-8 WEST) 4 0 0 3 0 0 X 7 11 1
W: Kayla Andrus (8-9) L: Amanda Rupright (0-25)
Highline 15, SPSCC 2 – Box score
DES MOINES
1 2 3 4 5 R H E
SPSCC (0-16 WEST) 0 0 2 0 2 2 6 0
HCC (8-8 WEST) 6 0 5 4 X 15 11 0
W: Hayley Craddock (5-7) L: Amanda Rupright (0-26)


High school baseball

North Thurston 2, Timberline 1
NT (11-1 3A Narrows), TIM (10-2 3A Narrows)

North Thurston claimed the 3A Narrows League regular season title with a 2-1 win in a game that was started on April 23rd before being rained out. Riley Storedahl pitched a complete game two hitter to lead the Rams to the #1 seed in the 3A Narrows League tournament. They move directly to the championship game at The RAC on Friday while Timberline will take on Wilson on Wednesday.

Roller derby

The Big O Tournament – Eugene, Oregon

Oly Rollers 219, Treasure Valley 84


Rugby

PacCoast Championships – Boise, Idaho

Life West Gladiators 34, Budd Bay Buffaloes 24

Friday Scores: Saints Softball Falls After Heroics; Saints Baseball Stays Alive

Saints celebrate their walk-off win - Photo via SMUSaints.com

Saints celebrate their walk-off win – Photo via SMUSaints.com

College softball
GNAC Championships

Saint Martin’s 4, Western Washington 3 – Box score
RICHLAND, WA
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
#2 WWU 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 5 0
#4 SMU 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 7 3
W: Sam Munger (20-15) L: Shayna Adelstein (5-6)

Down 3-0 in the bottom of the seventh inning in an elimination game at the GNAC Championships in Richland, Saint Martin’s hit three home runs including back-to-back home runs by freshmen Mary Dettling and Jackie Schmaeling  to extend their season with a 4-3 win over Western Washington.

A pair of Saints errors allowed the Vikings took a 3-0 lead in the top of the sixth inning capped off by a two run homer by Jordan Walley. The Saints got Lacey McGladrey and Megan Miller on base in the the bottom half of the sixth but were unable to answer. Sam Munger then made quick work of Western in the top of the seventh.

With three outs between the Saints and elimination, Taviah Jenkins singled to open the inning and scored on Dani Wall’s two run blast to right center to cut the score to Vikings lead to 3-2.

After a Western pitching change, Christina Demar struck out for the first out of the inning. Dettling took Shayna Adelstein deep in the next at bat to tie the game, 3-3, and Schmaeling jumped on a 1-0 pitch and deposited it over the left center wall for the game winner.

The rally eliminated the #2 seed Western Washington and sent the Saints to another elimination game immediately afterward with #3 Central Wasington.

Central Washington 9, Saint Martin’s 1 – Box score
RICHLAND, WA
1 2 3 4 5 R H E
#4 SMU 0 0 1 0 0 1 5 1
#3 CWU 1 1 4 3 X 9 12 0
W: Maria Gau (18-7) L: Sam Munger (20-16)

But the celebration would be short lived for the Saints as they were eliminated in quick fashion by the #3 seed Central Washington in a 9-1 five inning game. The Wildcats scored in each of the four innings that they batted including a four spot in the third and three more in the fourth that put the game out of reach and GNAC Pitcher of the Year Maria Gau allowed just five hits over five shutout innings.

The Saints finished their season at 27-22, their third straight 20+ win season and should be strong again next year with just one senior, Lacey McGladrey, on the roster.

Green River 7, SPSCC 3 – Box score
KENT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
SPSCC (0-13 WEST) 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 3 4 4
GRCC (4-9 WEST) 1 1 0 3 2 0 X 7 9 3
W: Rachel Barcena (4-13) L: Amanda Rupright (0-23)
Green River 5, SPSCC 2 – Box score
KENT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
SPSCC (0-14 WEST) 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 3 5
GRCC (5-9 WEST) 0 0 0 1 0 4 X 5 10 0
W: Rachel Barcena (5-13) L: Amanda Rupright (0-24)


College baseball

Saint Martin’s 11, Central Washington 4 – Box score
LACEY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
CWU (17-12) 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 9 2
SMU (12-17) 2 0 3 0 0 0 6 0 X 11 14 1
W: Zach Carter (6-3) L: Skye Adams (5-6)
Saint Martin’s 3, Central Washington 1 – Box score
LACEY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
CWU (17-13 GNAC) 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 8 2
SMU (13-17 GNAC) 1 0 0 2 0 0 X 3 6 0
W: Josh Moss (3-9) L: Brandon Williams (8-3)

Entering today’s doubleheader, Saint Martin’s, Northwest Nazarene and Montana State-Billings were all tied at 11-17 for the third and final GNAC playoff spot. The Saints took care of business on their end with a doubleheader sweep, 11-4 and 3-1, of Central Washington on Friday afternoon.

Carl Svanevik drove in three runs, Zach Raczok drove in a pair and Zack Larsen went 3-for-5 and scored three times to lead the Saints to the 11-4 game one victory. Saints starter Zach Carter pitched a complete game allowing four earned runs on nine hits.

Josh Moss allowed just one earned run on eight hits over seven innings and Chandler Tracey drove in one run in the first inning and Travis Shaw tripled in a pair of runs in the fourth to lead the Saints to a 4-1 win in game two.

The win ran the Saints record to 13-17 in the GNAC but are still tied for third after Northwest Nazarene swept Montana State-Billings. Both teams play doubleheaders against the same teams tomorrow. First pitch for the Saints is scheduled for noon at the SMU Baseball Field.

High school baseball

Tumwater 3, River Ridge 2
TUM (16-1 2A EvCo), RR (5-13 2A EvCo)
Centralia 4, Capital 2
CENT (11-5 2A EvCo), CAP (5-12 2A EvCo)


High school softball

Olympia 13, Central Kitsap 3
OLY (8-1 4A Narrows), CK (3-7 4A Narrows)
North Thurston 14, Shelton 4
NT (7-1 3A Narrows), SHEL (7-4 3A Narrows)
Timberline 6, Wilson 2
TIM (10-0 3A Narrows), WIL (4-5 3A Narrows)
Tumwater 11, River Ridge 0
TUM (11-3 2A EvCo), RR (0-12 2A EvCo)
Centralia 6, Capital 3
CENT (9-3 2A EvCo), CAP (6-6 2A EvCo)

Clippers Sign Matheney and Sanders; Stevenson Heads to WVC

Matheney and Sanders signing - Photo courtesy Aaron Landon

Matheney and Sanders signing – Photo from Aaron Landon

Olympia senior Khalil Matheney and 2013 Timberline grad Elijah Sanders signed their letters of intent on Wednesday to play basketball for SPSCC next season.

After a strong career for the Blazers that ended with a state appearance in 2013, the 6-6 Sanders went to Central Wyoming College and played in two games last season before leaving the program. It is not clear whether or not he will be a freshman or a sophomore for the Clippers.

Matheney, 6-0 guard, scored 14.6 points per game as a senior for the Bears and scored a season high 24 points against Gig Harbor on January 17th.

The two locals join California high schooler Nick Springer and Condordia University transfer Robbie Jackson as recent signees to Aaron Landon’s squad that played most of the 2013-2014 season with just five players clocking meaningful minutes.

Also signing an NWAACC LOI on Wednesday was River Ridge senior center Rebecca Stevenson. She will continue her playing career at Wenatchee Valley next season.

Today (4/19): Saints Softball, Rivalry Soccer, MIA Derby, Racing, Fights

College softball
Saint Martin’s vs. Western Oregon (DH) – SMU Softall Field – 12:00 PM
SPSCC vs. Pierce (DH) – Yauger Park – 1:00 PM


Boys soccer

Timberline vs. River Ridge – South Sound Stadium – 12:00 PM
Olympia vs. Capital – Ingersoll Stadium – 7:00 PM


High school baseball

Tumwater @ Black Hills – Black Hills HS – 12:00 PM
Olympia vs. South Kitsap – Olympia HS – 1:00 PM


Roller Derby

MIA Derby Girls vs. Grunge City – Bettie Bunker – 6:00 PM


Auto racing

South Sound Speedway – 6:30 PM
Super Late Models, Bumblebees, Legends and Vintage Modifieds


Mixed martial arts

Northwest Fight Challenge XIX – South Sound Sports Center – 7:00 PM

Friday Scores: Saints Softball Clinches Tourney Berth

College softball

Saint Martin’s 19, Montana State-Billings 1 – Box score
LACEY
1 2 3 4 5 R H E
SMU (11-6 GNAC) 4 6 5 2 2 19 18 0
MSUB (7-12 GNAC) 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 4
W: Sam Munger (16-12) L: Amanda Roark (0-4)
Saint Martin’s 4, Montana State-Billings 3 – Box score
LACEY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
SMU (12-6 GNAC) 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 6 0
MSUB (7-13 GNAC) 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 6 1
W: Sam Munger (17-12) L: Amanda Todd (4-7)

With a pair of wins on Friday afternoon, the Saint Martin’s softball team clinched a birth in the GNAC Tournament.

Game one was started in Billings three weeks ago and the 19-1 win was finished in Lacey. The Saints put 15 runs on the board before the game was delayed and the Saints continued to pour it on with four more runs. Sam Munger went 3-for-4 with five runs scored and three RBIs and Jackie Schmaeling and Mary Dettling each homered. Munger and Kaylee Lawson combined to give up just three hits and one run over five innings.

Christina DeMar’s RBI single in the fifth inning proved to be the game winner in the Saints 4-3 GNAC Tourney clinching win in game two. Munger, Schmaeling and Taviah Jenkins drove in the first three runs for the Saints. Munger gave up four hits and two earned runs over seven innings to pick up her 17th win of the season.

The GNAC Tournament gets underway on May 1st in Richland.

Highline 7, SPSCC 3 – Box score
LACEY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
HCC (1-4 West) 0 0 0 3 0 3 1 7 15 0
SPSCC (0-6 West) 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 3 5 0
W: Kayla Andrus (7-4) L: Amanda Rupright (0-15)
Highline 9, SPSCC 2 – Box score
LACEY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
HCC (2-4 West) 2 0 4 0 0 1 2 9 14 1
SPSCC (0-7 West) 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 4 3
W: Hayley Craddock (4-6) L: Amanda Rupright (0-16)


College baseball

Montana State-Billings 8, Saint Martin’s 7 – Box score
LACEY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 R H E
SMU 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 7 15 5
MSUB 0 0 0 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 8 15 1
W: Jake Campeau (1-4) L: Joseph Balfour (0-1)
Saint Martin’s 4, Montana State-Billings 3 – Box score
LACEY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R H E
SMU (7-15 GNAC) 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 11 1
MSUB (8-12 GNAC) 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 3 7 1
W: Josh Moss (2-8) L: Jordan Knoll (1-2)


High school softball

Timberline 15, Lakes 2
TIM (6-4 overall)
Olympia 11, Shelton 1
OLY (9-2 overall), SHEL (5-7 overall)
Tumwater 13, Aberdeen 1
TUM (6-1 2A EvCo), ABER (3-6 2A EvCo)
Capital 4, Black Hills 3
CAP (4-4 2A EvCo), BH (2-7 2A EvCo)
WF West 18, River Ridge 0
WFW (7-0 2A EvCo), RR (0-8 2A EvCo)


High school baseball

Timberline 5, South Kitsap 0
TIM (14-0 overall), SK (10-4 overall)
Tumwater 14, Aberdeen 1
TUM (9-1 2A EvCo), ABER (3-8 2A EvCo)
WF West 3, River Ridge 1
WFW (9-3 2A EvCo), RR (3-8 2A EvCo)
Capital 3, Black Hills 1
CAP (3-9 2A EvCo), BH (4-6 2A EvCo)

Schedule for Friday, April 18th

Schedule for Friday, April 18th

College softball
Saint Martin’s vs. Montana State-Billings (DH) – SMU Softball Field – 1:00 PM
SPSCC vs. Highline (DH) – The RAC – 1:00 PM


High school softball

Olympia vs. Shelton – Steven’s Field – 4:00 PM
Timberline vs. Lakes – Timberline HS – 4:00 PM
Black Hills @ Capital – Capital HS – 4:30 PM
River Ridge vs. WF West – River Ridge HS – 4:30 PM
Tumwater vs. Aberdeen – Tumwater HS – 4:30 PM


High school baseball

Capital @ Black Hills – Black Hills HS – 4:00 PM

Today (3/8): Saints Softball Doubleheader; Clippers Softball Hosts NWAACC Tourney; GNAC Title Games

More computer problems this morning so here is a quick look at what is happening today…

College softball
SPSCC vs. Skagit Valley – The RAC – 11:00 AM
Saint Martin’s vs. Northwest Nazarene (DH) – SMU Soccer Field – Noon
SPSCC vs. Edmonds – The RAC – 3:00 PM


GNAC Basketball Championship Games

Men: #1 Seattle Pacific vs. #2 Western Washington
Women: #2 Western Washington vs. #4 Simon Fraser