Spring sports start stride into postseason

The baseball team had an overall record of 17-3, only losing to Wenatchee and Curtis High Schools. Their record in league was 11-1 and earned the top seed in the South Puget Sound League South and second overall. They head into districts riding a six-game winning streak. senior Zach Needham has the team’s only two home runs and is tied with senior Brenden Illies for the most runs batted in with 18. junior Riley Pletcher leads the team in stolen bases with 12 and Needham close behind with 10.
Girls Water Polo
The girls water polo is currently 11-4. The team won the Emerald Ridge Invitational this season. They are seven and two in league and are tied for second in league with Lakes High School. Team captains senior Amy Kiuchi and senior Hailey Allen lead the team into the league playoffs which are going to be happening May 15 and 16.
Boys Soccer
The 12-0 record the soccer team has is a good enough record to secure the league title for the second year in a row. Outside league they have one win and two ties putting their overall record at 13 wins and two ties. Having not lost or tied a game since March 18, the boys will have confidence going into their next game at Sparks Stadium, May 16 at 1 p.m.
Boys Track
The boys track team was 2-4 this season. Both of their wins, against Bethel and Spanaway Lake High Schools, they won by over 30 points. In the annual Puyallup School District Tri-Meet against Emerald Ridge and Rogers the boys lost to Emerald Ridge 85.5-50.5 and Rogers 78-58.
Girls Track
The girls track team was 3-1 going into the Puyallup School District Tri-Meet against Emerald Ridge and Rogers, May 7. All three teams were tied for second place in the SPSL South. The girls came out on top against Emerald Ridge with a score of 86-55 and defeated Rogers 75-66 to secure second place. The girls ended with a 5-1 record with their only loss to league champions Curtis Vikings.
The softball team is 10-2 in league which is enough to grab the league title again this year. They have the third best record out of the two divisions in the SPSL with an overall record of 13-5. They have one more game against the Central Kitsap, May 18. The girls have won their last three games giving them a boost heading into the playoffs.
Girls Tennis
The girls tennis team is currently in first place at 8-2. With an overall record of 8-4, they currently hold first place in the SPSL South. Having finished all of their games, they are waiting for the makeup of second place Graham Kapowsin’s game against the Spanaway Lake Sentinels. The girls have the third best record overall in the SPSL.