Sports Roundup 4-30-16

By Tim Clinton

Thursday, April 28
Mt. Rainier 4, Todd Beamer 3
The Rams tripped up the Titans by one run in Thursday South Puget Sound League action.

Fastpitch softball
West Seattle 20, Blanchet 5
West Seattle buried Blanchet by a 20-5 score Thursday.

Boys soccer
Mt. Rainier 4, Decatur 0
Mount Rainier managed a shutout win over the Gators.

Hazen 4, Foster 3
The Bulldogs were edged by the Highlanders in a Thursday match.

Boys track and field
Renton 92, Evergreen 38
Renton raced past the Wolverines on Thursday.
Renton 108, Tyee 17
The Indians chopped down the Totems as well Thursday.
Hazen 113, Evergreen 19
Evergreen also lost when compared to Hazen.
Hazen 118, Tyee 14
The Highlanders also got the best of Tyee on Thursday.
Kennedy 110, Highline 25
The Lancers outscored the Pirates in a Thursday meet.
Lindbergh 77, Foster 57
Foster was edged by the Eagles on Thursday.

Girls track and field
Renton 92, Evergreen 35
Renton routed the Wolverines in Thursday action.

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Keeping track: Where area stars meet their future

By Tim Clinton
Sports Editor

Moore signs with Antelope Valley

University of Antelope Valley women’s volleyball team head coach Sherisa Livingston recently announced the signing of incoming freshman setter Jasmine Moore from Kennedy Catholic High School in Burien.
"Jasmine is an impact setter, and she will certainly add another dimension of power and talent to our outstanding group of returning and incoming players,” Livingston said. “She is also a tremendous teammate and leader, and Jasmine has a positive attitude and believes in her own capabilities.
“We demand the best athletes, and our program demands the best people as well. We know we have a great person and player joining our family.”

Moore is the daughter of Rick and Shawna Moore, and brings a winning mentality to the UAV locker room in Lancaster, Calif. The Des Moines, Wash., native won the 3A State Championship in 2015 – and in the process – was voted 2015 All-League Honorable Mention.

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Highline Soccer Association hosting tryouts this spring

Highline Soccer Association's advanced development club, Highline Premier FC, will be hosting the 2016-17 tryouts this April through May for Girls born 2008-1998 and Boys born 2008-2001. If your player has the desire and competitiveness to develop and play with the best in our community, Highline Premier may be right for you! Highline Premier offers a unique player-focused environment with:
Competition in one of the highest Washington state youth soccer leagues, the Puget Sound Premier League (PSPL).

Professional instruction
Two to three training sessions per week. (Depending on age group)
Compelling style of play backed by effective, consistent developmental curriculum and coach-educators.
Player-centric delivery, with individual player roadmaps and greater flexibility in player movements.
Individualized player assessments.

Tryout Dates
Tryouts will fall in the following date windows:
U9 -U12 (Birth Year: 2008, 2007, 2006 & 2005) - April 27 & 28
U13-U15 (Birth Year: 2004-2002) - May 5 & 7
High school Girls U16-U19 (Birth Year: 2001-1998) - May 12 & 14
Boys birth year 2001 supplemental - May 12 & 14

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