Girls basketball: Hockinson 52, Tumwater 38

first_imgGirls basketball: Hockinson 52, Tumwater 38 The Columbian Published: December 7, 2018, 11:01pm By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Receive latest stories and local news in your email: HOCKINSON 52, TUMWATER 38HOCKINSON — Brooklyn Byers 2, Emma Dietel 20, Mackie Kelly 6, Gracie Brammer 7, Adyson Dyer 4, Jasmine Shigeno 5, Meggie Kistler 0, Addie Chappelle 2, Lillie Mueller 3, Kylie Ritter 3. Totals 18 (6) 10-21 52.TUMWATER — Sophia Koelsch 0, Katie Cunningham 7, Natalie Sumrok 14, Olivia Bailon 2, Aubrey Amendala 5, Isabella Lund 9, Courtney Borovec 0, Cassie Kaufman 1. Totals 16 (1) 5-10 38.Hockinson 0 16 23 13–52Tumwater 14 7 10 7–38JV — Hockinson. Hockinson Hawks center_img GO It wasn’t fun early to watch, but in the end, Hawks coach Damon Roche looks back on his team’s win and sees nothing but fun.“It was a fun game to coach,” the coach said, “because the kids didn’t hang their heads.”Especially not after a scoreless first quarter and trailing by as much as 16-0 before getting their first points in the second quarter.After that, Hockinson cruised against a team Roche described as the most aggressive the Hawks have seen all season. Emma Dietel led a balanced scoring effort with 20 points. Share: Tags Share:last_img read more

Mat Classic: Union girls win state team title

first_imgMat Classic: Union girls win state team title Blaine repeats as champion, Daugherty goes out a winner GO 235 – Jaelyn Sayler lost by pin to Shaylynne Allen (Newport) 0:44, eliminated.UNION115 – Kayla Brosius def. Iyazely Barraza (Othello) 10-4; def. Raisa Pleassants (Thomas Jefferson) by forfeit; def. Leah Hiatt (Redmond) 6-3; lost by pin to Molly Williams (Redmond) 1:00; lost to Maizy Feltwell (Liberty-Spangle) 3-1, SIXTH PLACE.120 – Alejandr Ayers lost by pin to Taralynn Fox (Oroville) 2:47, eliminated.125 – Riley Aamold lost by pin to Ebonney Bowhay (Mount Baker) 3:52; p. Joanna Vanderwood (Graham-Kapowsin) 2:13; p. Reily Dogeagle (Franklin Pierce) 3:33; def. Cassidy O’Hara (Lakewood) 2-1; p. Ebonney Bowhay (Mount Baker) 2:43, THIRD PLACE.140 – Krista Warren p. Amanda Rasoumoff (Jackson) 1:08; p. Xylia Warner (W.F. West) 3:19; def. Haley Michaelson (Bremerton) 12-1, CHAMPION.145 – Envee Sakhoeun-Hem lost to Trinity Gonzalez (Toppenish) 8-5, eliminated.155 – Naveah Cassidy lost by pin to Mariana Juarez-Trejo (Skyview) 1:00; p. Tayleen Reach (Yelm) 2:08; p. Oceonna Green (Washington) 2:02; def. Autumn Ortega (Stanwood) 15-2. By Micah Rice, Columbian Sports Editor Published: February 17, 2019, 12:08am Micah Rice Columbian Sports Editor 170 – Annabelle Helm p. Alycia Pidgeon (Snohomish) 2:59; def. Alice Brulotte (Ferndale) 3-1; def. Kiley Hubby (Lake Stevens) 3-1, OT, CHAMPION.WASHOUGAL235 – Emily Eakins lost to Quinn Lacey (Shelton) 5-0; lost to Ashleigh Buckley (Bethel) 6-0, eliminated.WOODLAND105 – Ashlyn Daugherty p. Mikayla Jardine (Snohomish) 1:03; def. Kayla McKinley-Johnson (Federal Way) 8-2; def. Emily Mendez (Othello) 6-3, CHAMPION. Woodland’s Ashlyn Daugherty capped her high school career with a state title at 105 pounds. She beat Emily Mendez of Othello 6-3.“I think it will be a story I tell my kids,” Daugherty said. “It will always be with me. I feel very ecstatic about all the hard work I’ve put in and how much my teammates have pushed me.”GIRLS WRESTLINGHUDSON’S BAY135 – Allison Blaine def. Holly Butler (Snohomish) 17-2; def. Ivy Kraght (Kentwood) 3-2; def. Viktorya Torres (Granger) 5-1, CHAMPION.LA CENTER190 – Alexis Kysar p. Tayah Phillips (Everett) 2:48; lost by pin to Haley McAninch (Kelso) 2:05, eliminated.MOUNTAIN VIEW135 – Annika Rider p. Angelina Contreras (Centralia) 2:07; lost by pin to Mollee Weddle (Grandview) 1:30, eliminated.SETON CATHOLIC155 – Amanda Fry lost by pin to Tevahine Maiava (Federal Way) 2:49, eliminated.SKYVIEW155 – Mariana Juarez-Trejo p. Naveah Cassidy (Union) 1:00; lost by pin to Lourdes Torres (Sunnyside) 2:30; lost by pin to Autumn Ortega (Stanwood) 1:36; def. Oceonna Green (Washington) 13-11, FIFTH PLACE. Allison Blaine won her second state title. The Hudson’s Bay junior’s nose was bloodied, but that didn’t stop her from beating Viktorya Torres of Granger, also a champ last year, 5-1.Blaine didn’t mind a tussle in the finals after a similarly physical 3-2 win in the semifinals.“I really don’t mind it,” she said. “It’s a fight out there. That’s wrestling.”Blaine dedicated the win to her grandparents, Janet and Ralph Langevin, who have supported in wrestling since she started as a child. By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Union’s Krista Warren celebrates her 21-1over Bremerton Girls Haley Michaelson, in their Girls 140-pound Championship match on Saturday, February 16, 2019 at the Mat Classic XXXI Championships held in the Tacoma Dome. (Jim Bryant Photo/for The Columbian) Photo Gallery The Columbian is becoming a rare example of a news organization with local, family ownership. Subscribe today to support local journalism and help us to build a stronger community. 3 Photos Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Tags Share: Share: @col_mrice TACOMA – The Union girls wrestling team had already wrapped up the state title.But that didn’t stop two Titans from going out on top.Krista Warren and Annabelle Helm capped a remarkable weekend for their team with individual titles at Mat Classic XXXI on Saturday in the Tacoma Dome.Warren won the 140-pound title, beating Haley Michaelson of Bremerton 12-1 in her second consecutive final.Helm needed overtime, beating Kiley Hubby of Lake Stevens 3-1 with a sudden-victory takedown in the 170 final.But just was important the those champions were Riley Aamold and Neveah Cassidy. Both were dealt tough losses in the quarterfinals. Both went on to win three more matches to place third, collecting pins and scoring points along the way. Subscribe Today Video That helped Union build a 16-point lead ahead of the finals, enough to clinch the title. Union finished with 135 points, 21 ahead of second-place White River.“It’s just amazing because a loss is hard to take, especially at state,” Warren said. “But we’re just so close as a team, we boost each other up.”Though the team was already celebrating the school’s first wrestling team title, boys or girls, Warren and Helm each capped their senior years with title.“I knew that if I won too, I would be the best day ever,” Warren said. (360) 735-4548 [email protected]last_img read more

UPDATE: Teekay Finalizes Deal for Yamal LNG Carriers

first_imgzoom Teekay LNG Partners L.P. , through a new 50/50 joint venture with China LNG Shipping (Holdings) Limite, announced that it has finalized shipbuilding contracts for six internationally-flagged icebreaker liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers for the Yamal LNG Project, which is located on the Yamal Peninsula in Northern Russia. Under the agreements, the joint venture between Teekay LNG and China LNG will build six 172,000 cubic meter ARC7 LNG carrier newbuildings to be constructed by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd., of South Korea, for a total fully built-up cost of approximately $2.1 billion. The vessels will be constructed with maximum 2.1 meter icebreaking capabilities in both the forward and reverse direction.Yamal LNG, a joint venture between Russia-based Novatek (60 percent), France-based Total (20 percent) and China-based China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) (20 percent), will consist of three LNG trains with a total expected capacity of 16.5 million metric tons of LNG per annum and is currently scheduled to start-up in early-2018.“We are pleased to finalize this previously announced accretive transaction, which solidifies Teekay LNG’s role in Yamal LNG, a strategic international energy project sponsored by Novatek, Total and CNPC, and further expands our partnership with China LNG,” commented Peter Evensen, Chief Executive Officer of Teekay GP LLC.“These six newbuildings will both increase and extend the average duration of Teekay LNG’s existing fixed-rate contact portfolio, providing further long-term stability for the Partnership’s cash flows. These vessels also add to Teekay LNG’s existing pipeline of growth projects scheduled to deliver between now and 2020, which includes our five MEGI LNG carrier newbuildings, 10 LPG carrier newbuildings ordered through our Exmar LPG joint venture, and our ownership interest in four LNG carrier newbuildings that will be chartered to BG Group.”The signing by the owner of the remaining newbuilding carriers required for the Yamal LNG Project will take place in Russia.Press Release; July 10th, 2014last_img read more