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"At this point from here on out, it's do or die. You hit the mark or your season's over. It's the fun part of track, but it's also not very forgiving," said M-P track coach Randy Davis, whose squad hosted Arlington, Kamiak and Mariner in the May 1 duel meet. "Track's a really strange sport that way, where your team gets smaller and smaller until your season's over."
It's the same way for freshmen now that their April 28 championship meet is over, which means that for a number of Tomahawk track athletes, the season is over.M-P topples Monroe, Cascade
After defeating Monroe on its home field May 1, the girls followed up with a 5-1 victory at home over Cascade to move up to a 7-7 record, tying with the Bruins for third place among the league's 4A schools.
"Beating Monroe, we felt we could beat anybody," said M-P first baseman Skyler Peterson, who had a triple and three runs for the Tomahawks in their May 2 win. The 1-0 defeat of Monroe was only the Bearcats' second loss of the season, a record attributable to their state-caliber pitcher Jordan Birch. However, freshman Tomahawk pitcher Riley Fritz outmatched her counterpart in one critical category, throwing just a one-hitter at Monroe. Birch's team allowed three, including a double by freshman Megan Rollings proved the decisive RBI.Arlington shocks M-P on senior night
M-P had several opportunities to score in the April 29 game, but it was Arlington's senior forward Schyler Furrer who found the goal with nine minutes left in the game.M-P tames Wildcats
With a save on Lynden's fifth attempt, Karrenberg helped Lakewood pull off the 2-1 victory in front of a home crowd, May 3.
Junior forward Evander Ochoa gave Lakewood an early lead, scoring on Lynden keeper Eric Kodama in the first minutes of the game. From then on, it was a close fight as players on both sides slipped and slid on the rain-slicked field.Jessica Klise and Allison Preisinger are singing their own original songs