The Herald of Everett, Washington
Customer service  |  Subscribe   |   Log in or sign up   |   Advertising information   |   Contact us
HeraldNet on Facebook HeraldNet on Twitter HeraldNet RSS feeds HeraldNet Pinterest HeraldNet Google Plus HeraldNet Youtube
HeraldNet Newsletters  Newsletters: Sign up  Green editions icon Green editions

Community Roundup: Edmonds team wins youth football title

SHARE: facebook Twitter icon Pinterest icon Linkedin icon Google+ icon Email icon |  PRINTER-FRIENDLY  |  COMMENTS
Herald staff
  • The Edmonds Warriors won the Northwest Junior Football League's 89er Division on Saturday with a 37-8 victory over Lake Ci

    Submitted photo

    The Edmonds Warriors won the Northwest Junior Football League's 89er Division on Saturday with a 37-8 victory over Lake Ci

The Edmonds Warriors won the Northwest Junior Football League's 89er Division on Saturday with a 37-8 victory over Lake City at Nathan Hale High School.
The Warriors' roster, made up of players ages 7-9, included Raul Apodaca, James Arnesen, Trygge Ballou, Isaac Braxton, Reed Burmaster, Cody Dodson, Jacob Gabler, Grant Garrison, Desmond Goerlich, Jake Ingram, Ashton King, Bryce Kooy, Aaron Lloyd, Tyson Moore, John Morales, Cole Nelson, Kamron Oliver, Brendon Pastian, Daniel Reath, Dillon Rundorff, Trey Smith, Connor Vana and Kenneth Vong.
The team was coached by head coach Greg Garrison and assistants John Oliver, Jon Gabler, Matt Rundorff, Rob Burmaster and Scott Nelson.
Water Sports
Steve Miller of Lake Stevens was part of the eight-member United States squad that won a team gold medal last month at the World Over-35 Waterski Championships.
Nineteen countries took part in the Oct. 24-28 competition in Chapala, Mexico,
The 56-year-old Miller, a 1975 graduate of Everett High School, also won individual silver medals in jumping and overall (which combines scores for jumping, slalom and trick skiing) in the 55-and-over age group. Individually, Miller placed fourth in trick skiing and ninth in slalom in his age group.
Miller is the three-time defending national champion in overall for the 53-60 age group.
Kalan Smith of Trinity Lutheran College finished in a tie for 31st place last week at the 2012 National Christian College Athletic Association Women's Golf Invitational in Panama City, Fla.
Smith, a junior, shot rounds of 84 and 87 on the par-72 Hombre Golf Course for a 27-over-par total of 171. Erin Barrington of Dallas Baptist earned medalist honors with a two-day total of 145.
The field of 51 golfers included nine teams and six individuals. The individual golfers were invited based on their performances during the regular season. Smith was the top finisher among the six individual players.
"This was a new experience for Kalan on a course that was unfamiliar," Trinity Lutheran golf coach Jeff Cornish said in a press release. "She did well. I know she would agree with me that she left a few strokes out there, especially on the second day, but overall it was a good experience."
Central Washington soccer player Carson McKole has been named to the All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference first team for the second consecutive year.
A senior forward from Oak Harbor, McKole ranked third in the GNAC in total points (18), second in points per game (1.1) and tied for second in goals (eight). McKole completed her four-year career at Central ranked fourth in school history with 23 career goals.
Annie Thomas, a sophomore midfielder from Lake Stevens, was named to the second team. Thomas plays for Seattle Pacific University.
Story tags » Community Sports

More Sports Headlines


Sports headlines

Top sports stories delivered daily


Share your comments: Log in using your HeraldNet account or your Facebook, Twitter or Disqus profile. Comments that violate the rules are subject to removal. Please see our terms of use. Please note that you must verify your email address for your comments to appear.

You are logged in using your HeraldNet ID. Click here to update your profile. | Log out.

Our new comment system is not supported in IE 7. Please upgrade your browser here.

comments powered by Disqus