Beavers Sports Roundup: LAX wins one, loses one; Jewett pitches perfect game; and Beavers soccer tie with Bonney Lake

Lax:

On Friday evening, the girls lacrosse team struggled against Bellevue East in their season opener, losing 16 to 5.

Sophie Mora led the Beavers with four goals, an assist and three ground balls.  Ballard goaltender Hannah Bretton had 10 saves between the pipes.
 
Ballard next faces Roosevelt on Thursday, March 22 in a 5:30 p.m. matchup at Seattle’s Lower Woodland Park.

Boys:

The Ballard boys lacrosse team crushed Selah on Saturday with a 15 to 2 victory.

John DeGarmo and Jackson Bowen each delivered a hat-trick to help Ballard get a big lead over Selah.
 
The win was the first of the year for the Beavers, while Selah slipped to 0 – 1.   
 
Other Beaver scorers included Jacob Marks, Jake Losi and Thomas Christensen with two goals each.  Goalie Alex James had nine saves.
 
Ballard next faces Seattle Prep on Tuesday, March 20, in a 7 p.m. start at Seattle’s Lower Woodland Park.  

Softball:

The Ballard varsity softball team played against Highline on Monday afternoon in a game that was scoreless until the eighth inning.

Andrea Jewett allowed no hits and no runs and struck out 17 batters during the 8 inning game.

But Ballard wasn't hitting off Highline's Jacobson either. The Beavers had only four hits and managed to score three runs thanks in part due to Highline's four errors.

But the Beavers took the win with a 3 to 0 score.

Soccer:

The boys spring soccer team tied against Bonney Lake on Monday evening with a 1-1 game.

Ballard's Sam Zisette was the first to score, taking a pass from Max Smithgall and scoring in the 34th minute.

Bonney Lake came back in the second half, when Bonney Lake's Tyler John passed the ball to Brody Fitzsimmons who put it in the back of the net in the 62nd minute.

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