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Volleyball

Lake Stevens 3, Mount Vernon 0
Lake Stevens is one game away from an undefeated regular season, having already clinched Wesco 4A with three games to spare over second place Monroe, with a 3-0 sweep of Mount Vernon. Gabby Gunterman led with 10 kills and Lilly Eason served out 13 assists.

Lynnwood 3, Arlington 0
Arlington was handed its first Wesco 3A loss at the hands on a three-set sweep from Lynnwood, meaning Arlington will have to wait at least one more week to see if it will win the league crown outright. Snohomish sits a game back, with a meeting against Lynnwood next week.

Annie Wright 3, University Prep
Annie Wright completed an undefeated 11-0 stretch in league with a sweep over University Prep. Britnie Casillas led the effort with 31 assists, six digs, three kills and three assists.

Tahoma 3, Kennedy Catholic 0
Tahoma clinched the NPSL Cascade division and an undefeated league record with a sweep over Kennedy Catholic.

Auburn Riverside 3, Auburn Mountainview 0
Auburn Riverside decisively decided the NPSL Olympic division with a 31-29 set win to finish a sweep over Auburn Mountainview, clinching an undefeated league record.

For full results, click here.

Girls soccer

For full results, click here.

Boys tennis

NPSL Tournament

The top seven players advance to West Central District tournament Oct. 28-29 at the Boeing Employees Tennis Club. The No. 8-10 seeds advance to pigtail matches on Oct. 29 to earn a berth into the West Central District Tournament.

Team champion: Kentwood, 32.
Team finishes: Auburn Riverside 24; Kentridge 23; Tahoma 23; Hazen 18; Thomas Jefferson 18; Auburn 15; Kennedy Catholic 15; Decatur 13; Todd Beamer 11; Enumclaw 11; Mount Rainier 9; Auburn Mountainview 6; Federal Way 4; Kentlake 4; Kent Meridian 1.

Singles results
Championship – Colby Tong (Riverside) def. Bryan Thornquist (Auburn) 6-1, 7-6 (4); Third place: Alex Boupharath (Kentwood) def. Brandan Stoll (Kennedy) 6-3, 7-5; Fifth place: Brody Magbaleta (Tahoma) def. Kyle Sherick (Tahoma) 6-1, 6-3; Seventh place: Julian Orint (M. Rainier) def. Derek Thomson (Enumclaw) 6-3, 6-1; Ninth place: Martin Lim (T. Jefferson) def. Dylan Kittay (Hazen) 6-3, 6-1; 11th place: Matthew Arnold (T. Jefferson) def. Hayden Wood (Kennedy) 6-1, 6-1.

Doubles results
Championship – Meredith/Pak (Kentridge) def. Gutierrez/Pham (Kentridge) 6-4, 6-2; Third place: Lee/Chen (Hazen) def. Kim/Nguyen (Beamer) 3-6, 6-2, 7-6; Fifth place: Curry-Edwards/Boupharath (Kentwood) def. Miller/Airis (Riverside) 6-1, 6-1; Seventh place: Kim/J.Buchan (Decatur) def. Tan/Rebro (Kentwood) 7-5, 7-6; Ninth place: Ray/E.Buchan (Decatur) def. Weeldryer/Harris (Mountainview) 0-6, 6-2, 11-9; 11th place: Stewart/Yu (Kentwood) def. Park/Byquist-(T. Jefferson) 6-1, 6-1.

Wesco 4A Tournament

Wesco 4A Tennis Tournament by Sean Kramer on Scribd

 

Golf

NPSL Boys and Girls Tournament

For full results of the NPSL Tournament, click here.

Cross Country

NPSL Sub-Districts, Oct. 22 at Ft. Steilacoom Park – Lakewood
Girls NPSL 4A Sub-District Results (Combined Olympic & Cascade Divisions)
Cascade Champion: Tahoma 38.
Olympic Champion: Enumclaw 120.
Team finishes: Hazen 83; Thomas Jefferson 133; Federal Way 154; Kent Meridian 167; Kennedy Catholic
188; Mt Rainier 229; Auburn Mountainview 229; Auburn Riverside 251; Kentridge 261; Kentwood 287; Todd Beamer 371; Decatur 398; Kentlake 416; Auburn 418.

Boys NPSL 4A Sub-District Results (Combined Olympic & Cascade Divisions)
Cascade Champion: Tahoma 23.
Olympic Champion: Auburn Riverside 102.
Team finishes: Kentridge 107; Kentwood 132; Thomas Jefferson 161; Enumclaw 190; Todd Beamer 198; Kentlake 217; Auburn Mountainview 219; Hazen 250; Kennedy Catholic 269; Federal Way 277; Mt Rainier 320; Kent Meridian 350; Auburn 419; Decatur 476.

Girls swim and dive

For full results from the NPSL girls swim and dive league meet from Oct. 22, click here.

For full results from the Edmonds School District swim meet from Oct. 22, click here.

Boys water polo

Auburn Riverside 13, South Kitsap 1
Top Riverside scorers: Ethan Velver 4, Levi DeVries 2, AJ Pritchard 2, Evan Perry 2, Tommy Marchant 2.