Kennedy 1, White River 0
The Lancers won their Tuesday, Sept. 6 non-league opener, led by the shutout of Cris Lewis and the goal by Jackie Thomas in the 71st minute.
Mt. Rainier 5, Fife 2
Nicole Murray scored unassisted in the 37th minute to launch the Rams on their way to the non-league victory. Becky Harris added an unassisted goal in the 43rd minute. Harris was assisted by Jordan Taylor in the 44th minute and Sarah Martnex scored on a Taylor assist in the 46th. Taylor assisted Alex Hunter on another goal in the 60th minute.
Highline 6, Fr. Pierce 0
Stephanie Hoag and Kelly Youngberg split the shutout for the Pirates last Tuesday .Jane Connelly scored on a Madie Avila assist in the fifth minute and Kaitlyn Heinsohn was assisted by Madie Guidos in the 12th minute. Heinsohn then scored unassisted in the 23rd minute, on a Connelly assist in the 36th and on a Davila assist in the 38th. Connelly was assisted by Davila in the 56th minute.
Mt. Rainier 1, Lindbergh 0
Anne Bertucio earned the shutout for the victorious Rams Thursday and Nicole Murray scored the game's only touchdown on a Shelby Blair assist in the 70th minute.
Highline 3, Hazen 0
Youngberg recorded Thursday's shutout for Highline. Heinsohn scored the first goal on a Connelly assist and Connelly the second on a Whitney Wagner assist. Wagner assisted Heinsohn on the final goal.
Arch. Murphy 2, SCS 1
Sara Tripoli scored for the Warriors in the 18th minute off a Noelle Simpson assist Friday, but Archbishop Murphy still prevailed.
SCS 3, Bell. Chr. 2
Cory Peterson put Warriors on the scoreboard with an unassisted goal in the 31st minute and Nolan Roquet struck on a Chad Cain assist in the 55th. Cain scored the winning goal on an unassisted play in the 72nd minute.
Tahoma 12, Kennedy 7
Class 3A Kennedy came up short against Class 4A Tahoma of Maple Valley in the Friday, Sept. 2 game.
Tahoma scored two touchdowns without makng a conversion kick before Kennedy's Nate Williams returned a punt 65 yards for a score. Trevor Steen kicked the PAT, putting the score at its final margin.
Evergreen 33, Bonney Lake7
Isiah Green started the Wolverines off with an 18-yard touchdown run and Tobias Togi booted the extra point. After Bonney Lake tied it with a second quarter touchdown, but it was all Evergreen from there.
Togi scored on a 20-yard and a 38-yard run, with Marvin Taufi catching a 77-yard touchdown pass from Luther Leanard and Vincent Cordova ran in a 6-yard touchdown. Togi made two PATs, with one kick being blocked. Evergreen tried a two-point conversion that failed.
Kennedy 56, Peninsula 30
The Lancers evened their record at 1-1 with Thursday's victory over the Seahawks.
Nate Williams scored the first JFK touchdown on a 39-yard run and Trevor Steen kicked the PAT. After Peninsula closed the gap to 7-3, Jeremy Bland of the Lancers returned the ensuing kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown. Steen then made his second of nine PAT kicks.
Bland went on to score touchdowns of 47 and 40 yards, then Williams scored on a 4-yard run and Bland on an 11-yard run. Williams punched the ball into the end zone on a 5-yard play after that and Bland capped off the scoring with a 5-yard TD.
Foster d. Tyee
Foster won Thursday's game by forfeit over a Tyee team that did not have enough players eligible yet.
Fife 31, Evergreen 7
Togi scored the Wolverines' only touchdown on a 24-yard run Friday and he also kicked the extra point.
Lakes 55, Mt. Rainier 7
The Rams' only score came on a 1-yard run by Craig Robinson, with Mike Johnson booting the extra point.
Friday Harbor 48, Highline 0
The Pirates suffered a shutout loss Friday.
Mt. R. 29, Renton 42
Mount Rainier took the 200 medley relay in 2:04.19, then had Hailey Gansneder win the 200 free in 2:14.05 with Meagan Wilson winning the 200 IM in 2:41.71. Stephanie Chu scored 134.10 points to win diving and Allyson Schumacher won the 100 butterfly in 1:06.25.
Maria Rice posted a time of 5:40.12 to win the 500 free and the Rams won the 200 free relay in 2:00.03. Cook captured first in the 100 back in 1:13.18 and Mount Rainier also won the final 400 free relay in 4:37.82.
Lakes 151, Tyee 25
Lakes took first place in every event in Thursday's meet.
Evergreen 3, Renton 0
The Wolverines won Thursday's mach by a 25-14, 25-15, 25-18 score Thursday.
Kennedy 3, Highline 1
Kennedy scored a 25-23, 23-25, 25-19, 25-15 win over the Pirates Thursday.
Kaily Hutchinson scored 11 kills and one ace, with Brittany Montgomery tallying 11 kills, two assists and one ace. Rachel Moran had 40 assists and one ace and Stephany Slatt 21 kills.
For Highline, Vilia Eneliko had eight kills, three aces and nine digs and Ahsley Vaughn three kills, three digs and 15 assists. Rachel Johnston had two aces, three kills, three blocks and eight digs.
The Rams swept Lakes aside Thursday, defeating the boys, 44-40, and the girls, 99-83.
Jeff Muramatsu shot a 42 for boys medalist honors and Stephanie Corey turned in a girls round of 38.