May
16
2016

Hot bats not enough, Bellevue Wolverines succumbs to Eastside Catholic (Sammamish, WA), 17-8

The 2016 comes to an end as the Wolverines lost a battle of the bats on Monday at Southwest Athletic Complex in West Seattle, falling short in a 17-8 ballgame against Eastside Catholic .

Abi Kirsten recorded the win for Eastside Catholic . She allowed three runs over 3 2/3 innings. She struck out one, walked none and surrendered four hits.

Eastside Catholic easily handled Bellevue Wolverines Varsity pitching as six hitters combined for nine hits, 10 RBIs and 15 runs scored.

Madi George took the loss for Bellevue Wolverines Varsity. She allowed 17 runs in 5 2/3 innings, walked 13 and struck out five.

The top of the first saw Bellevue Wolverines Varsity take an early lead, 1-0. After Kama Boswell singled, Bellevue Wolverines Varsity kept the pressure on Eastside Catholic pitching, as George tripled, bringing home Boswell.

Eastside Catholic brought home five runs in the second inning, and matched that run total in the fifth. In the second, Eastside Catholic scored on a steal of home, plating Emma Abraham.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity pushed across two runs in both the third inning and the fourth. In the third, Bellevue Wolverines Varsity scored on an RBI double by Boswell, bringing home Montana Jones.

Eastside Catholic stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the fifth, scoring five runs on two singles.

Three runs in the top of the sixth helped Bellevue Wolverines Varsity close its deficit to 10-8. A sacrifice fly by Boswell and a two-run single by George sparked Bellevue Wolverines Varsity’s rally. Kirsten ended the inning by getting Amelia Beardsley to ground out.

Eastside Catholic scored seven runs of its own in the sixth. Eastside Catholic scored on a single by Abraham, a walk by Caroline Sonnen, a walk by Kirsten, a two-run single by Harper Brown, a wild pitch, and a passed ball.

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May
16
2016

Playoff Game vs Eastside Catholic Today at 4pm

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May
13
2016

Early boost from Madi George helps Bellevue Wolverines Varsity get past Interlake (Bellevue, WA), 8-6

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity built an early lead against Interlake , scoring three runs in the first inning, en route to a 8-6 win on Friday at Woodinville High School.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity scored in the first on an RBI single by Madi George, an RBI single by Kama Boswell, and an RBI single by Amelia Beardsley.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity staved off Interlake as Interlake was unable to match Bellevue Wolverines Varsity down the stretch.

Interlake scored on a bases loaded walk by Courtney Wehner and a walk by Ren Watanabe in the sixth inning and a three-run triple by Lexi Martin in the seventh inning. Despite its efforts, Interlake couldn’t finish the comeback.

George was solid at the plate for Bellevue Wolverines Varsity. George went 3-4, drove in one and scored three runs.

Even though George allowed six runs over seven innings she still recorded the victory. She struck out six, walked seven and surrendered five hits.

Watanabe was the game’s losing pitcher. She lasted just 3 1/3 innings, walked one, struck out one, and allowed three runs.

The top of the first saw Interlake take an early lead, 1-0.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity got two-run rallies in the third inning and the fourth. In the third, Bellevue Wolverines Varsity scored on an RBI single by MC Tolbert, scoring George.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity built upon its lead with two runs in the fourth. Beardsley’s single got things going, bringing home George. That was followed up by Tolbert’s single, scoring Boswell.

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May
12
2016

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity falls to Juanita (Kirkland, WA) 7-4 in spite of Montana Jones’s performance

Montana Jones did all she could to give Bellevue Wolverines Varsity a boost, but it wasn’t enough to get past Juanita , as Bellevue Wolverines Varsity lost 7-4 in seven innings at Woodinville High School on Thursday.

Jones reached base three times.

Lisa Nelson got it done in the circle on the way to a win. She allowed four runs over seven innings. Nelson struck out 10, walked six and gave up three hits.

Juanita was sparked by Kristina Warford and Tatum Kawabata, who teamed up for three hits and four RBIs.

Madi George ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. She allowed seven runs in six innings, walked 15 and struck out five.

In the top of the first, Bellevue Wolverines Varsity grabbed the early lead, 1-0.

Juanita quickly matched Bellevue Wolverines Varsity’s strong inning with a two-run inning of its own in the first. Juanita scored on an RBI double by Warford and a groundout by Gianna Paribello.

Juanita answered Bellevue Wolverines Varsity’s top inning with two runs of its own in the fourth. Juanita scored on a walk by Warford and a sacrifice fly by Lexi Blackburn.

The game’s last lead went to Juanita thanks to a fifth inning rally that saw three runs cross the plate on an RBI single by Kawabata.

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May
9
2016

Offenses dominate as Bellevue Wolverines outscores Liberty (Issaquah, WA) 13-8

Scoreboard operators were busy at Liberty High School on Monday as Bellevue Wolverines Varsity and Liberty combined for 21 runs. Bellevue Wolverines Varsity eventually won the offensive battle 13-8 in seven innings.

The teams totaled 22 hits, including six extra base hits in the game.

The game was back-and-forth heading into the fifth, with five lead changes.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity pulled out the win thanks to a strong fifth inning. Bellevue Wolverines Varsity went up for good on an RBI double by Kama Boswell off Sarah Abraham, scoring Nishi Jain.

Montana Jones racked up two RBIs on two hits for Bellevue Wolverines Varsity. She singled in the fourth inning and doubled in the sixth inning.

Madi George got the win for Bellevue Wolverines Varsity despite allowing eight runs over seven innings. George struck out four, walked 11 and gave up eight hits.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity easily handled Liberty pitching as seven hitters combined for 13 hits, 10 RBIs and nine runs scored.

Abraham took the loss for Liberty . She allowed 13 runs in seven innings, walked 11 and struck out three.

The top of the first saw Bellevue Wolverines Varsity take an early lead, 3-0. A single by George, plating Jones started the inning off. Bellevue Wolverines Varsity added more runs when Mecham scored on a walk by MC Tolbert and Beardsley scored when Hailey Wright was hit by a pitch.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity put up one run in each of the third, fourth and seventh. In the third, Bellevue Wolverines Varsity scored on an RBI single byJayda Cook, bringing home Amelia Beardsley.

Liberty scored one run of its own in the fourth. Liberty scored on a walk byAlexis Sandman.

A key fifth-inning rally gave Bellevue Wolverines Varsity the lead for good. Bellevue Wolverines Varsity tacked on a total of five runs on An RBI double by George, a sacrifice fly by Jones, and a two-run single by Jain.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity added two more runs in the top of the sixth. A double by Jones ignited the offense,, plating Wright.

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May
6
2016

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May
6
2016

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity tops Sammamish in back-and-forth affair, 5-4, to win in Bottom of 9th

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity and Sammamish traded the lead seven times on Friday, but Bellevue Wolverines Varsity ended up on top with a 5-4 win in seven innings over Sammamish .

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity took the lead in the seventh inning and held on for the victory. Bellevue Wolverines Varsity went up for good on an RBI single by MC Tolbert off Maria Smith, scoring Madi George.

Montana Jones reached base three times. She doubled in the third inning and singled in the seventh inning.

George got the win for Bellevue Wolverines Varsity. She allowed four runs over seven innings. George struck out four, walked 12 and gave up four hits.

Smith ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. She lasted just 6 2/3 innings, walked two, struck out six, and allowed five runs.

The top of the first saw Sammamish take an early lead, 1-0. A double by Smith, bringing home Collete Liston started the inning off.

It didn’t take long for Bellevue Wolverines Varsity to answer as it scored one run of its own in the first. Bellevue Wolverines Varsity scored on an RBI single by Kama Boswell.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity survived Sammamish ‘s surge and put up one run of its own in the third. Bellevue Wolverines Varsity scored on a sacrifice fly by Boswell.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity answered Sammamish ‘s top inning with three runs of its own in the seventh.

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May
5
2016

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity can’t capture shootout, loses 18-12 to Interlake

Seventeen hits weren’t enough for Bellevue Wolverines Varsity as it lost a shootout, 18-12 in seven innings, to Interlake on Thursday at Bellevue High School.

Ren Watanabe got the win for Interlake despite allowing eight runs over five innings. Watanabe struck out three, walked two and gave up 10 hits.

Kama Boswell couldn’t get it done on the rubber for Bellevue Wolverines Varsity, taking a loss. She lasted just one-third of an inning, walked one, struck out none, and allowed no runs.

Interlake stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the first, scoring five runs on a three-run double by Brenna Wagner and an RBI single by Avery Alexander.

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity posted one run in each of the first, third and sixth. In the first, Bellevue Wolverines Varsity scored on a wild pitch, scoringMontana Jones.

Interlake tacked on another five runs in the second. The inning got off to a hot start when Watanabe homered.

After pushing across four runs in the bottom of the second, Bellevue Wolverines Varsity faced just a 10-5 deficit. An RBI single by Jayda Cook, an error, and a two-run double by Stuart Buxton sparked Bellevue Wolverines Varsity’s rally. But, Watanabe got Kendall Mecham to ground out to end the inning.

Interlake increased its lead with four runs in the fifth. A scored BB Stevans to get Interlake on the board in the inning. That was followed up by Watanabe’s double, scoring Rachel Lotzkar and Wagner.

Two runs in the bottom of the fifth helped Bellevue Wolverines Varsity close its deficit to 15-8. A two-run double by Madi George gave Bellevue Wolverines Varsity life. Finally, Watanabe induced an inning-ending ground out from Jones.

One run in the bottom of the sixth helped Bellevue Wolverines Varsity close its deficit to 17-9. An RBI double by Amelia Beardsley set off Bellevue Wolverines Varsity rally. Finally, Shaefer Davis got Cook to ground out to end the threat.

After pushing across three runs in the bottom of the seventh, Bellevue Wolverines Varsity faced just a 18-12 deficit. An RBI single by Mecham and an RBI single by Boswell fueled Bellevue Wolverines Varsity’s comeback. Bellevue Wolverines Varsity’s Beardsley flew out to end the ballgame.

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May
4
2016

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity musters 1 hit, drops 19-2 contest to Juanita (Kirkland, WA)

Bellevue Wolverines Varsity lost 19-2 to Juanita at Juanita High School on Wednesday as Lisa Nelson allowed one hit over five innings.

Juanita easily handled Bellevue Wolverines Varsity pitching as six hitters combined for eight hits, 15 RBIs and 16 runs scored.

Home runs for Juanita came when Brynn Radke homered in the second inning, Nelson homered in the third inning, and Lexi Blackburn homered in the fourth inning.

Kama Boswell was the game’s losing pitcher. She allowed 12 runs in three innings, walked nine and struck out one.

Juanita went up for good in the first, scoring three runs on a two-run single by Nelson.

One run in the top of the second helped Bellevue Wolverines Varsity close its deficit to 3-1. A fielder’s choice fueled Bellevue Wolverines Varsity’s comeback. Finally, Nelson got Montana Jones to to end the threat.

Juanita survived Bellevue Wolverines Varsity’s surge and put up four runs of its own in the second. Juanita scored on a solo home run by Radke, an RBI single by Nelson, and an RBI single by Tatum Kawabata.

Juanita piled on five more runs in the bottom of the third. Jordan Schroederstarted the inning with a single, scoring Radke.

One Bellevue Wolverines Varsity run crossed the plate in the top half of the fifth, making the score 19-2. A wild pitch gave Bellevue Wolverines Varsity life. Nelson ended the game by getting Madi George to.

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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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