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Prep Zone: Highlights from Thursday

Post by Doug Pacey / The News Tribune on Sep. 9, 2011 at 9:57 am with No Comments »
September 9, 2011 9:58 am

• Nolan Cull shot a 1-under for Auburn-Riverside at Tapps Meadow to help the Ravens to a 1-stroke nonleague win over Curtis.

• Emerald Ridge’s Kyle Drugge shot a 1-over par along with Bethel’s Drake Brown as the Jaguars narrowly beat the Braves at The Classic Country Club.

• Adam Barker shot a 2-over par at Canterwood to help push Peninsula over Auburn Mountainview.

• Jasmine Brilliante and Janell Carlson scored two goals apiece to complement Todd Beamer keeper Meaghan Graf’s 7-0 shutout of Graham-Kapowsin.

• Washington’s Kayla Alber and Emily Herde contributed to the Patriots’ 1-0 shutout of host Evergreen Lutheran.

• Midfielder MJ Cecil scored two goals for Stadium in a 3-2 nonleague win over Wilson.

• Jefferson’s Alex Lee and James Lee won the No. 1 doubles against Curtis’ Robbie Griffin and Alec Bishop, 6-2, 6-1. The Raiders are 4-0 to start the season.

• Puyallup’s Jacob Leonard shot 3-under, helping the Vikings defeat Rogers, 109-53, at High Cedars Golf Course.

• Puyallup’s Mallery Walk had 2:04.65 for the 200 yard and 5:40.63 for the 500 yard freestyle to help the Vikings swim team defeat Rogers, 118-62.

• Gig Harbor defeated Lakes volleyball 3-0. Courtney Jost had 8 kills and Mary Alice Siqueland had 10 digs for the Tides.

Franklin Pierce defeated Washington and White River in a three team matchup at Lake Tapps Golf Course. Dominique Knapp shot 3-over par for the Cardinals.

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