Apr
28
2016

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity come from behind to beat Bellevue Christian (Clyde Hill, WA), 16-11

With the score tied at 11, walked, bringing home Amelia Beardsley.

Nishi Jain led Bellevue Wolverines Varsity’s offensive threat, as she got on base three times in the game. She scored two runs and had one RBI.

Each team blasted the other’s pitching, and there were 27 total runs and 15 hits during the game.

Montana Jones racked up two RBIs on two hits for Bellevue Wolverines Varsity. She singled in the third and fifth innings.

Madi George got the win for Bellevue Wolverines Varsity. She allowed three runs over four innings. She struck out three, walked three and surrendered two hits.

Becca Jewett couldn’t get it done in the circle for Bellevue Christian , taking a loss. She allowed 14 runs in three innings, walked five and struck out one.

Bellevue Christian jumped out to an early 5-0 lead in the top of the first. Bellevue Christian then tacked on more runs when Tarbert scored on a steal of home, Jewett scored when Jordan Minor drew a bases loaded walk, Nakamura scored when K’Reisa Cox was hit by a pitch, and Olexer scored on a walk by Katie Pippel.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity got one-run rallies in the first inning and the third. In the first, Bellevue Wolverines Varsity scored on a groundout by Kendall Mecham, plating Stuart Buxton.

Bellevue Christian got two-run rallies in the second inning and the sixth. In the second, Bellevue Christian scored on a two-run home run by Jewett, bringing home Jensen Tarbert.

Bellevue Christian scored one run in the third inning, and then followed it up with one more in the fifth. In the third, Bellevue Christian scored on an RBI double by Jewett, plating Tarbert.

It didn’t take long for Bellevue Wolverines Varsity to respond as it scored one run of its own in the third. Bellevue Wolverines Varsity scored on a groundout by Mecham.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity brought home seven runs in the fourth inning, and matched that run total in the sixth. In the fourth, Bellevue Wolverines Varsity scored on a wild pitch, scoring Kama Boswell.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity never surrendered the lead after the sixth inning. The runs piled on thanks to a fielder’s choice, a sacrifice fly by Mecham, and an RBI single by Buxton.

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Apr
27
2016

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity falls 7-0 to Lake Washington (Kirkland, WA) despite Madi George’s effort

Madi George did her best to will Bellevue Wolverines Varsity to a win with a two-hit game, but Bellevue Wolverines Varsity dropped a 7-0 contest to Lake Washington on Wednesday at Lake Washington High School.

Tori Bivens got the win for Lake Washington . She tossed seven innings of shutout ball. Bivens struck out 11, walked none and gave up four hits.

Lake Washington was sparked by Hannah Walker and Bivens, who teamed up for five hits and three RBIs.

George ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. She allowed seven runs in six innings, walked four and struck out two.

Lake Washington never surrendered the lead after the first inning, scoring three runs on two singles.

Lake Washington tacked on another three runs in the fourth. Hannah Walker kicked things off with a single, scoring Emma Rosendahl.

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Apr
22
2016

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity drops high-scoring affair to Sammamish (Bellevue, WA), 37-14

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity lost a battle of the bats on Wednesday at Sammamish High School, falling short in a 37-14 ballgame against Sammamish .

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity converted a triple play in the fourth inning.

Maria Smith got the win for Sammamish despite allowing 14 runs over five innings. Smith struck out four, walked two and gave up 16 hits.

Sammamish easily handled Bellevue Wolverines Varsity pitching as nine hitters combined for seven hits, 34 RBIs and 36 runs scored.

Madi George was the game’s losing pitcher. She allowed 17 runs in one inning, walked nine and struck out one.

The top of the first saw Bellevue Wolverines Varsity take an early lead, 3-0. George kicked things off for Bellevue Wolverines Varsity with a double. Bellevue Wolverines Varsity added more runs when Buxton scored on an RBI double by George and George scored on an RBI single by Amelia Beardsley.

Sammamish went up for good in the first, scoring 10 runs on an error and three singles.

Sammamish increased its lead with 11 runs in the second. A clutch bases loaded walk scored Juliete Leong to open the scoring in the frame.

Six runs in the top of the third helped Bellevue Wolverines Varsity close its deficit to 21-9. A fielder’s choice, , an RBI single by Montana Jones, and a two-run single by Stuart Buxton triggered Bellevue Wolverines Varsity’s comeback. Beardsley struck out to end the Bellevue Wolverines Varsity threat.

Five Bellevue Wolverines Varsity runs crossed the plate in the top half of the fifth, making the score 37-14. A two-run double by George, an RBI double byKama Boswell, an error, and a sacrifice fly by Hailey Wright set off Bellevue Wolverines Varsity rally. Sammamish ‘s Smith induced a Buxton fly out to close things out.

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Apr
22
2016

Offenses dominate as Bellevue Wolverines Varsity outscores Liberty (Issaquah, WA) 27-20

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity and Liberty lit up the scoreboard on Friday as they combined for 47 runs. In the end, Bellevue Wolverines Varsity won the offensive battle 27-20 in seven innings.

Hitters on both sides were strong at the plate as the teams combined for 37 hits, including six extra base hits.

Sixteen runs in the first three innings helped Bellevue Wolverines Varsity blow out Liberty . An RBI single by Madi George and a sacrifice fly by Kama Boswell in the first inning and a three-run double by Kendall Mecham, an RBI single by George, an RBI triple by Boswell, an RBI single by Amelia Beardsley, an RBI single by Jayda Cook, and a home run by Montana Jonesduring the second inning fueled Bellevue Wolverines Varsity’s offense early.

The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to six lead changes in the game.

Boswell recorded the win for Bellevue Wolverines Varsity even though she allowed 20 runs over seven innings. Boswell struck out two, walked 12 and gave up 18 hits.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity easily handled Liberty pitching as nine hitters combined for 19 hits, 25 RBIs and 26 runs scored.

Sarah Abraham was the game’s losing pitcher. She allowed 13 runs in 3 2/3 innings, walked 11 and struck out one.

After a quick strike from Liberty , Bellevue Wolverines Varsity responded with two runs in the first.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity survived Liberty ‘s surge and put up three runs of its own in the third. Bellevue Wolverines Varsity scored on an error, a groundout by Hailey Wright, and an RBI single by Jones.

After pushing across seven runs in the top of the fourth, Liberty faced just a 16-11 deficit. An RBI single by Madi Jones, a two-run single by Abraham, a fielder’s choice, a walk by Lexi Serna, a fielder’s choice, and an RBI single by Jones set off Liberty rally. Finally, Boswell induced an inning-ending fromKendall Kauzlarich.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity tacked on another five runs in the fourth. Boswell started the inning with a single, plating Mecham. That was followed up by Beardsley’s single, plating George and Boswell.

After pushing across eight runs in the top of the fifth, Liberty faced just a 21-19 deficit. A sacrifice fly by Sydney Baity, an RBI single by Bella Oliver, a fielder’s choice, a two-run double by Jones, an RBI single by Maddy O’Connor, an error, and an RBI single by Taylor Thatcher triggered Liberty ‘s comeback. Finally, Boswell got Baity to to end the threat.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity built upon its lead with six runs in the sixth. A ground out scored Nishi Jain for the inning’s first run. That was followed up byStuart Buxton‘s double, scoring Jones.

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Apr
22
2016

Varsity View Pictures vs Liberty

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Apr
20
2016

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity drops high-scoring affair to Sammamish (Bellevue, WA), 37-14

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity lost a battle of the bats on Wednesday at Sammamish High School, falling short in a 37-14 ballgame against Sammamish .

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity converted a triple play in the fourth inning.

Maria Smith got the win for Sammamish despite allowing 14 runs over five innings. Smith struck out four, walked two and gave up 16 hits.

Sammamish easily handled Bellevue Wolverines Varsity pitching as nine hitters combined for seven hits, 34 RBIs and 36 runs scored.

Madi George was the game’s losing pitcher. She allowed 17 runs in one inning, walked nine and struck out one.

The top of the first saw Bellevue Wolverines Varsity take an early lead, 3-0. George kicked things off for Bellevue Wolverines Varsity with a double. Bellevue Wolverines Varsity added more runs when Buxton scored on an RBI double by George and George scored on an RBI single by Amelia Beardsley.

Sammamish went up for good in the first, scoring 10 runs on an error and three singles.

Sammamish increased its lead with 11 runs in the second. A clutch bases loaded walk scored Juliete Leong to open the scoring in the frame.

Six runs in the top of the third helped Bellevue Wolverines Varsity close its deficit to 21-9. A fielder’s choice, , an RBI single by Montana Jones, and a two-run single by Stuart Buxton triggered Bellevue Wolverines Varsity’s comeback. Beardsley struck out to end the Bellevue Wolverines Varsity threat.

Five Bellevue Wolverines Varsity runs crossed the plate in the top half of the fifth, making the score 37-14. A two-run double by George, an RBI double byKama Boswell, an error, and a sacrifice fly by Hailey Wright set off Bellevue Wolverines Varsity rally. Sammamish ‘s Smith induced a Buxton fly out to close things out.

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Apr
20
2016

Varsity View Pictures vs Sammamish

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Apr
18
2016

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity falls 21-0 to Juanita (Kirkland, WA) despite Stuart Buxton’s effort

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity fell 21-0 to Juanita at Bellevue High School on Monday.

Megan Murray got it done on the rubber on the way to a win. She pitched three shutout innings. She struck out one, walked three and surrendered one hit.

Juanita easily handled Bellevue Wolverines Varsity pitching as six hitters combined for eight hits, 13 RBIs and 17 runs scored.

Stuart Buxton was charged with the loss. She allowed six runs in zero innings, walked five and struck out none.

The game was never in doubt after the first, as Juanita scored 12 runs on an error, a fielder’s choice, a groundout by Briar Swayne, and five singles.

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Apr
5
2016

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity can’t manage hit in 18-3 loss to Lake Washington (Kirkland, WA)

Jane Wilson baffled Bellevue Wolverines Varsity hitters all game long on Tuesday, tossing a no-hitter and leading Lake Washington to a 18-3 victory over at Bellevue High School.

No Bellevue Wolverines Varsity batter was able to locate Wilson’s pitches during the game. Wilson threw a no-hitter, striking out 11 batters and walking four. She got MC Tolbert to strike out for the final out of the game.

Kama Boswell was the game’s losing pitcher. She allowed eight runs in three innings, walked four and struck out one.

Lake Washington never trailed after scoring two runs in the first on an RBI double by Marissa Ewald and a sacrifice fly by Tori Bivens.

Lake Washington added eight more runs in the top of the second. The inning looked promising, as Kylissa Hull doubled, scoring Olivia Smallman to kick things off.

Two runs in the bottom of the third helped Bellevue Wolverines Varsity close its deficit to 17-3. A groundout by Boswell and set off Bellevue Wolverines Varsity rally. Finally, Wilson got Jackie Edgers to strike out to end the threat.

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Apr
4
2016

Varsity View Pictures vs Interlake

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