The AquaSox’s Trent Tingelstad (front), a Marysville Pilchuck graduate, warms up before a practice in 2019 at Funko Field in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

The AquaSox’s Trent Tingelstad (front), a Marysville Pilchuck graduate, warms up before a practice in 2019 at Funko Field in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Community roundup: MP alum Tingelstad back with AquaSox

Plus, an Everett native leads the U-17 Sounders to a title, the Steelheads will play for a women’s indoor title and more.

Trent Tingelstad is once again a member of the Everett AquaSox.

The Marysville Pilchuck High School graduate was assigned by the Seattle Mariners to Everett, which is Seattle’s High-A affiliate in the Northwest League.

Tingelstad, a 23-year-old outfielder who was selected by the Mariners in the 22nd round of the 2019 draft, joined the Sox on Tuesday after spending the first week of the minor-league season with the Arkansas Travelers of the Double-A Texas League. Tingelstad appeared in four games with Arkansas, batting 3-for-10 with a double and two RBI. He was assigned to Everett after the Travelers activated outfielder Jack Larsen from the 7-day injured list.

Tingelstad began his professional career with Everett in 2019 when the Sox were a Short Season-A team. That season he batted .240 with five home runs and 41 RBI in 67 games.

After the 2020 season was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, Tingelstad spent last season with the Modesto Nuts of the Low-A California League, batting .260 with six homers and 53 RBI in 76 contests.

Martinez leads U-17 Sounders to prestigious title

Everett native Angel Martinez, currently a member of the Seattle Sounders FC Academy’s under-17 boys soccer team, captained the Sounders to the championship at the prestigious Generation adidas Cup on April 10-17 in Frisco, Texas.

Martinez, a central defender, was part of a Sounders defense that allowed just one goal in seven games against a field of 40 youth teams from top clubs in MLS, Mexico, South America and Europe. Seattle lost its opening group game against Charlotte FC in penalty kicks after it finished 1-1. After that the Sounders won their remaining two group games, then won four straight knockout games to lift the trophy, all without surrendering a goal. Seattle defeated Mexico’s Tigres 2-0 in the final.

Steelheads to play for women’s indoor soccer title

The Snohomish County FC Steelheads’ indoor women’s soccer team will host the Northwest Premier League Indoor championship game Saturday after finishing in first place in the league standings. The Steelheads received two goals from Jamaican national team member Mireya Grey to defeat the Tacoma Galaxy 5-4 last Saturday in Tacoma to finish with a 6-1-1 record, tying the Galaxy for first place in the standings. Snohomish County earned hosting rights via the head-to-head tiebreaker.

The championship game is at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Snohomish Sports Dome.

Rutledge to play pro football in Germany

Everett High School graduate Murdock Rutledge has signed to play professional football in Germany. Rutledge, a quarterback who owns all of the University of Puget Sound’s career passing records, is joining the Oldenburg Knights of the American Football Regionalliga, which is the third tier of German pro football. Oldenburg’s season begins in May and runs through September.

This is Rutledge’s second pro football experience in Europe. Last year Rutledge played for L’Hospitalet Pioners of the Liga Nacional de Futbol Americano, which is the top level in Spain. Rutledge passed for 1,233 yards and 10 touchdowns for a Pioners team that finished 2-6.

Robinson, Ristovski earn NWAC honors

A pair of local products were named Northwest Athletic Conference Athletes of the Week for March 28-April 3.

Kamiak High School graduate Camdyn Robinson, now a first-year second baseman on the Skagit Valley College softball team, was named Softball Hitter of the Week. Robinson went 9-for-14 over the course of four games, including a double, triple, home run and eight RBI. The Cardinals finished 3-1 in the games.

Glacier Peak High School graduate Dario Ristovski, now a freshman on the Bellevue College men’s tennis team, was named the Men’s Tennis Player of the Week. Ristovski, who plays in Bellevue’s No. 1 position, compiled a 5-1 record over the Bulldogs’ first six matches.

Girls flag football coming to Snohomish County

A new girls flag football league makes its debut Saturday at Kamiak High School. The league, which operates out of the Snohomish County Boys & Girls Club, contains three teams for girls ages 10-12. The league uses the same rules as NFL FLAG and players from throughout Snohomish County are eligible for the league.

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