Category Archives: Oly Rollers
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.
Oly Rollers USARS 412, One World 1
Port City 196, Underground Derby 55
Underground Derby vs. Port City – Skateland! – 9:00 AM
Oly Rollers USARS vs. One World – Skateland! – 6:00 PM
Today (5/4): Saints softball in GNAC title game; Saints baseball; Oly Rollers; Cougars soccer; Racing
GNAC tournament championship game
Saint Martin’s vs. Simon Fraser – Billings, Montana – 11:00 AM
Saint Martin’s has two chances to win one game against Simon Fraser on Saturday in the GNAC tournament championship game in Billings, Montana. The winner of the tournament gets an automatic bid into the NCAA Division II tournament.
The Saints knocked off The Clan on Friday morning, 7-3, in eight innings to advance to the championship game. Simon Fraser dropped into the consolation bracket and shutout Central Washington, 2-0, to avoid elimination. The Saints and Clan have played five times this season with the Saints taking four wins.
Live stats and video can be found here. First pitch is scheduled for 11:00 AM.
Saint Martin’s vs. Northwest Nazarene (DH) – Saints Baseball Field – 12:00 PM
Can Saint Martin’s get to double digit wins this season? With another sweep of Northwest Nazarene on Saturday, it could happen. The Saints will honor five seniors on Senior Day, Cory Bassi, Brendan Jeffers, Anthony Klonitsko, Mario Sanelli and Bobby Twedt.
Oly Rollers USARS vs. Port City – Skateland! – 6:00 PM
The Oly Rollers host Stockton’s Port City Roller Girls on Saturday night at Skateland! in a USARS bout. It’s the first game of a weekend doubleheader for both teams. Port City will take on Underground Derby on Sunday morning while Oly will be back at it on Sunday night against One World. Tickets are $15 at the door.
Capital vs. Mark Morris – Ingersoll Stadium – 7:00 PM
Districts get underway for boys soccer when Capital takes on Mark Morris at Ingersoll Stadium. The Cougars earned the #2 seed out of the 2A EvCo by finishing 8-4 in league play while the Monarchs come in as the #3 seed out of the GSHL. The winner moves on to take on either Ridgefield or River Ridge.
Super Late Models, Street Stocks, Legends & Super 4’s – South Sound Speedway – 6:30 PM
Sunday scoreboard: Saints split in Canada; Bielaski walk off homer tops Central; Oly Rollers gas Toxic 253
Saint Martin’s 8, Simon Fraser 4
Simon Fraser 2, Saint Martin’s 0 – Recap from SMUSaints.com
Despite giving up four runs in the first three innings of game one, Sam Munger picked up here 17th win of the season in #21 Saint Martin’s 8-4 victory over Simon Fraser in Burnaby, British Columbia. Down 4-2 through five innings, Taviah Jenkins tied the game with a two run double and then scored the eventual game winner on a passed ball in the sixth. The Saints tacked on three more in the seventh to secure their 32nd win of the year.
In game two, The Clan’s Kelsey Hawkins spun a gem allowing just three hits in a 2-0 shutout. Taylor Bakos went the distance for the Saints allowing just two runs in the third inning and fell to 13-7 this season.
Saint Martin’s is now 32-13 and remains in first place in the GNAC at 14-6, one game ahead of Central Washington. The Saints return home on Saturday with a pair of games against Northwest Nazarene and another pair on Sunday against Central.
Saint Martin’s 5, Central Washington 4 (10 innings) – Recap
Alex Bielaski hit a solo walk off home run in the tenth inning to lead Saint Martin’s to a 5-4 win over Central Washington in game one today’s doubleheader. Bielaski led the way with three hits as the Saints picked up just their fifth win of the season. Anthony Klonitsko picked up the win working 2 2/3 scoreless innings in relief. Brad Banker got the start for the Saints and allowed two earned runs over 6 2/3 innings.
Game two of the doubleheader was suspended in the top of the fifth inning with Central Washington leading 5-3. The two teams will resume their game tomorrow at 1:30 PM.
PNRFU Division III championship game
Corvallis Brewers 27, Budd Bay Buffaloes 24
With a 27-24 loss to Corvallis, Budd Bay took second place at the Pacific Northwest Rugby Football Union championships in Bend, Oregon. The Buffaloes move on to the Pacific Coast Division II playoffs in San Francisco on May 4th and 5th.
Oly Rollers USARS 247, Toxic-253 20
Oly Rollers Dropkick Donnas 364, Rainy City 92
Saint Martin’s 3, MSU-Billings 2
MSU-Billings 5, Saint Martin’s 2
MSU-Billings 5, Saint Martin’s 3 – Recap from SMUSaints.com
Saint Martin’s 18, MSU-Billings 15
Saint Martin’s 12, MSU-Billings 3 – Recap from SMUSaints.com
The 23rd ranked Saint Martin’s softball team secured their second straight 30 win season with an 18-15 abd 12-3 doubleheader sweep of MSU-Billings in rainy Montana.
Game one saw the Saints take a 10-0 lead before surrendering nine runs in the fourth inning and six more over the next two innings and the Yellowjackets took a 15-13 lead into the seventh inning. But Lacey McGladrey’s two run bomb in the top of the seventh gave the Saints a 16-15 lead and they would tack on a pair more and held on for the win.
McGladery led the way for the Saints going 4-for-5 with three runs scored and three RBI. Sam Munger went the distance and picked up her 15th win of the season despite giving up 13 earned runs.
More last inning heroics followed the Saints in game two. The two teams were deadlocked at three before Joselyn Eugenio’s three run homer in the fifth inning broke things wide open. Aubree Pocklington capped off the inning with a three run homer of her own to give the Saints a 9-3 win.
Saint Martin’s moved to 30-11 overall and 12-4 in GNAC play and with Simon Fraser idle, the Saints jumped into first place in the conference.
Bellingham Roller Betties Cog Blockers 300
Oly Rollers Bella Donnas 242
Saint Martin’s 5, CSU-Monterey Bay 1
Saint Martin’s 7, Academy of Art 6 (8 innings)
Saint Martin’s 5, Chico State 1 – Recap from SMUSaints.com
Saint Martin’s moved to 5-0 at the Tournament of Champions in Turlock, California with a 5-1 win over CSU-Monterey Bay, a 7-6 extra innings win over Academy of Art and a 5-1 win over Chico State. The Saints are now 25-10 on the season and will take on Chaminade at 1:00 PM in the semifinals.
Tumwater 4, Black Hills 2
Capital 3, Aberdeen 2 (OT)
Budd Bay Buffaloes 60, Seattle Quake 5
Oly Rollers Bella Donnas 162, Rainier Roller Girls 131