Community sports roundup: Snohomish student wins skiing title

Junior Tyler Larson won the Northwest Cup men’s points championship at Stevens Pass on April 7.

It was a big day for Tyler Larson at the Stevens Pass Ski Area two weekends ago.

Larson, a junior at Snohomish High School who skis for the Stevens Pass Alpine Club, capped off his best competitive ski season as he claimed the 2018-19 Northwest Cup men’s points championship following the finals held April 4-7 at Stevens Pass.

Larson was the runaway points champion as he finished with 880 points, far more than the second-place finisher, Tanner Lujan of the Mt. Bachelor Sports Education Foundation, who finished with 553.

Larson finished the season with a flourish, too, as he took first in the slalom race and second in both the giant slalom and super-G at finals. He finished as the overall points champion in slalom and giant slalom and third overall in downhill, which wasn’t raced in the finals.

Teegan Lowe, a senior at Monroe High School, also had a big week, taking first in both the women’s giant slalom and super-G races and second in the slalom.

Lowe, who races for the Mt. Bachelor Sports Education Foundation, finished second in the women’s point standings with 585, falling just short of Team Alpental Snoqualmie’s Emma Ireton, who placed first with 666. Lowe finished second despite skiing an abbreviated Northwest Cup schedule. She placed first overall in super-G.

In the team competitions the Stevens Pass Alpine Club, which features several competitors from Snohomish County, placed third in both the men’s and women’s competitions to take second overall.

EdCC’s Shimabukuro earns NWAC softball honor

Edmonds Community College’s Chantelle Shimabukuro was named the Northwest Athletic Conference’s Softball Player of the Week for April 1-7. Shimabukuro, a sophomore infielder from Waipahu, Hawaii, went 5-for-7 with two homers and eight RBI as the Tritons swept a doubleheader against Skagit Valley 20-3 and 25-1 on April 3.

Shimabukuro helped Edmonds (13-3 league, 20-5 overall) to the No. 6 ranking in the latest NWAC softball coaches poll.

EvCC’s Adekanbi races to NWAC track honor

Everett Community College’s Dimeji Adekanbi was named the Northwest Athletic Conference’s Men’s Track and Field Athlete of the Week for April 1-7. Adekanbi, a sophomore from Seattle, earned two second-place finishes at the Shotwell Invitational on April 6 in Tacoma. Competing against athletes from four-year colleges, Adekanbi took second in the 100 meters in 10.87 seconds and second in the 200 in 22.50.

EvCC and EdCC Nos. 2 and 3 in baseball rankings

Everett Community College and Edmonds Community College were ranked second and third, respectively, in the latest Northwest Athletic Conference baseball coaches poll. Everett (7-1 league, 23-5 overall) received two first-place votes as it moved up from No. 4, while Edmonds (6-2, 21-6) received one first-place vote as it dropped from the top spot.

Webster repeats at Spartan race

Canada’s Lindsey Webster repeated as the women’s elite champion at the Spartan US National Series professional long-distance obstacle course race held Saturday at Meadow Wood Equestrian Center in Snohomish. Webster finished the 8-mile, 25-obstacle course in a time of 1 hour, 15 minutes, 3 seconds to win by more than three minutes. Ryan Atkins, also from Canada, won the men’s elite race in a time of 1:04:59, prevailing by 23 seconds.

If you have an item for the community sports roundup, email Nick Patterson at npatterson@heraldnet.com.

Talk to us

More in Sports

Washington State offensive lineman Josh Watson (65) lines up for a play during the second half of an NCAA college football game against Oregon in Pullman, Wash., Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020. Oregon won 43-29. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
Even a COVID-19 diagnosis can’t rattle Cougars’ Watson

The Cascade graduate is staying positive during his senior season at WSU despite all the challenges.

Malakhi Knight rounds third base during a game. (Photo courtesy of Malakhi Knight)
Marysville Getchell’s Knight switches commitment to UCLA

The state’s top-ranked baseball player for the class of 2021 originally committed to Oregon State.

Washington quarterback Dylan Morris gestures after Washington defeated Utah 24-21 in an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
No. 23 UW helped Stanford, but it’s all business on gameday

The Huskies gave the vagabond Cardinal a place to practice, but will looking for a big win Saturday.

Washington guard Nahziah Carter (11) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Arizona Saturday, March 7, 2020, in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)
Carter announces departure from UW men’s basketball team

The senior guard had been suspended indefinitely, but is now leaving for good to pursue a pro career.

Drew Timme and the rest of the Gonzaga men’s basketball team played Auburn the day after a Bulldogs player tested positive for COVID-19. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
POLL RESULTS: Readers split on Gonzaga choosing to play

A small majority objects to the Bulldogs playing a day after a player tested positive for COVID-19.

FILE - In this Dec. 15, 2019, file photo, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Josh Gordon (10) sets up against the Carolina Panthers during the second half of an NFL football game in Charlotte, N.C. The Seahawks are bringing back wide receiver Josh Gordon on a one-year deal even as the talented pass catcher awaits reinstatement from the NFL after his latest suspension.   Gordon’s signing was confirmed on Twitter by his agent David Canter on Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020, just two days before the Seahawks must cut their roster to 53 players.  (AP Photo/Brian Blanco, File)
Gordon reinstated, can play in final 2 games for Seahawks

The wide receiver has been out of the NFL for nearly a year after his eighth suspension.

Washington defensive back Kyler Gordon lines up against Oregon State during an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
Archbishop Murphy alum Gordon fills multiple roles for UW

The defensive back has force a fumble on defense and has been a special teams standout this season.

Community sports roundup: Local swimmers shine in college

Rice’s Nicole Limberg and Alabama’s Matthew King recently turned in standout performances.

Utah center Branden Carlson (35) defends against Washington forward Hameir Wright (13) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
Washington men fall to 0-3 with Pac-12 loss to Utah

The Huskies shoot just 35.2% from the field and 20% from 3 in the 76-62 loss on the road.

Most Read