Nathan Hale 28, Highline 21
The Pirates were narrowly sunk by Nathan Hale in a non-league opening game Friday, Sept. 2.
Bremerton 6, Foster 0
Foster fell to the Knights by six in a Friday, Sept. 2 opener.
Kentwood 47, Mt. Rainier 0
Mount Rainier was conquered by Kentwood, 47-0, in South Puget Sound League North Division opening action Friday, Sept. 2.
Port Angeles 48, Sealth 0
Chief Sealth had only a lopsided loss to show for its Friday, Sept. 2 non-league trip to the Port Angeles Roughriders.
SCS/Life Chr. 48, Sea. Luth. 26
The combined Life Christian and Seattle Christian team rallied for a season-opening win over Seattle Lutheran of West Seattle Friday, Sept. 2.
Ev. Luth. 78, Lake Quinault 34
Evergreen Lutheran outgunned Lake Quinault, 78-34, in a lopsided game played Frday, Sept. 2 in Quinault.
Saturday, Sept. 3
Ingraham 7, Evergreen 0
Evergreen went down to defeat in a game of the low-scoring variety played Saturday, Sept. 3.
Tuesday, Sept. 6
Kennedy 3, Highline 0
Kennedy opened the Seamount League season with a win over its rivals from Highline.
Renton 3, Evergreen 2
Evergreen was edged by Renton in a close match played Tuesday, Sept. 6.
Wednesday, Sept. 7
Sealth 3, Rainier Beach 0
Chief Sealth of West Seattle emerged as a decisive winner over Rainier Beach in Wednesday, Sept. 7 Metro League action.
Kennedy 6, Decatur 0
Kennedy opened its non-league slate with a victory over Decatur High School of Federal Way.
Kristen Olson scored three goals for a hat trick for the Lancers and Diondre Bourgette earned the shutout on goal.
Thursday, Sept. 8
Enumclaw 3, Mt. Rainier 0
The Rams took a 25-21, 25-20, 25-20 to the Hornets in a non-league match played last Thursday.
Gabby Christopher scored four kills for the Rams and Amanda Goucher had three kills, two digs and one ace. Tristen Yong contributed two aces, one kill and one block and Megan Dale scored two aces, six kills, three digs and one block. Jenna Nye racked up 14 assists and scored one kill.
Archbishop Murphy 41, Kennedy 14
Jason Thompson scored a touchdown on a 65-yard fumble return for Kennedy Catholic in Thursday's showdown of non-league powers.
Kennedy 104, Highline 51
Kennedy Catholic stroked its way to a lopsided boys golf win over Highline Thursday.
Luke Olson led the way with a round of 40, followed by teammates Matt Herman (41), Drew Campbell (42), Jake Ryerson (43) and Todd Lehman (45).
Mt. Rainier 3, Tahoma 2
Will Desmond won the No. 1 singles match for the Rams last Thursday, 6-3, 6-2, and Ramon Sharma won the No. 2 match, 6-3, 6-3.
James Postlewait and Danny Bui combined for a 7-6, 2-6, 7-6 No. 1 doubles victory.
Friday, Sept. 9
West Seattle 21, Nathan Hale 20
West Seattle stormed to a one-point victory over Metro League rival Nathan Hale Friday.
West Seattle hopes for more excitement when it plays O'Dea this Friday in a 7 p.m. game hosted by the Irish at West Seattle Stadium.
Ingraham 39, Sealth 6
The Seahawks were held to only six points in a loss to the Rams Friday.
Fife 42, Evergreen 14
Fife dealt the Wolverines a non-league loss at Fife Stadium Friday.
Seattle Prep 47, Highline 7
The Pirates were swamped by Seattle Prep in a Friday night non-league game.
Auburn 48, Mt. Rainier 7
The Rams were routed by the Trojans in South Puget Sound League North Division action Friday.
Sea. Lutheran 35, North Beach 0
Seattle Lutheran of West Seattle scored a non-league win over North Beach Friday.
Foster 41, Clover Park 26
The Bulldogs of Foster High School in Tukwila showed promise for the upcoming Seamount League season after defeating South Puget Sound League 3A Clover Park Friday.
West Seattle 3, Nathan Hale 0
The Wildcats won a big match against the Rams Friday by a 25-14, 25-15, 25-16 score.
Maddie Collins racked up 22 assists in the victory and Hannah Burden had 10 blocks and two aces.
Sealth 3, Cleveland 0
The Seahawks soared to a 25-15, 25-15, 25-18 win over Cleveland Friday.
Mt. Rainier 98, Kentlake 85
The Rams of Des Moines outdistanced the Falcons in SPSL North Division action Friday.
Mount Rainier opened by winning the 200-yard medley relay in a time of 1:56.52 turned in by M. Kawaguchi, R. Webster, J. Beal and K. Lemley.
C. Koch scored 149.55 points to win the diving competition for the Rams and Kawaguchi took the 100-yard butterfly in 1:01.40. Beal won the 500-yard freestyle relay in 5:41.87 and C. Larson took the 100-yard backstroke in a state-qualifying time of 1:02.28. A. Burdine took the 100-yard breaststroke in 1:14.58.
Saturday, Sept. 10
Tac. Bap. 19, SCS 14
Tacoma Baptist beat the combined Seattle Christian/Life Christian team in a tight game Friday.