Edmonds CC Tritons
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Ewoniuk, Wiley Selected as Tritons of the Week
Two weeks of the fall sports season has passed, so to get caught up, there are two student-athletes who have been selected as Tritons of the Week for the past two weeks of competition.
Freshman Katlyn Ewoniuk (South Sandy, Utah) has started hot and has been a scoring
machine early on, netting five goals in the Tritons' first three matches. Ewoniuk found the back of the net twice in Edmonds win over Everett on Saturday and has scored in every game this season. The speedy forward hails from Hillcrest High School.
Kailin Wiley, also a freshman forward, turned in a rare performance on Saturday when she earned a hat trick, scoring three goals in Edmonds' first victory over Everett since 2013. Wiley (Mukilteo, Wash.) has netted four goals on the season and has been tough to stop on the Tritons' front line. The duo has helped Edmonds women's soccer notch back-to-back wins in consecutive weeks.
Wiley's hat trick carries Tritons to league opening triumph
Kailin Wiley's three goals lifted the Edmonds CC women's soccer program to a 7-2 North Region victory over Everett on Saturday, September 8. It was a strong offensive attack by the Tritons, who ran out to an early 4-0 lead in the first 18 minutes and never looked back. Katlyn Ewoniuk and Julia Hart added two goals each, and Jazmin Nunez scored her first goal of the season. Hart also added an assist on the first goal of the game.
Whatcom (2-2, 1-0 North) should provide a good test on Wednesday. The Orcas defeated Skagit Valley 4-1 to start regional play. Edmonds' (2-0-1, 1-0 North) home opener kicks off at 2 p.m. at Triton Field. Shoreline CC pays a visit to Triton Field on Saturday. General admission for all Triton home contests is $5 for adults, $3 for youth/seniors, and free for children under 12.
This Week's Schedule
Wednesday, September 12 vs. Whatcom CC - 2 p.m. - Triton Field
Saturday, September 15 vs. Shoreline CC - 12 p.m. - Triton Field
Volleyball improves to 11-5 after four-win weekend
The Edmonds CC volleyball team earned four more victories this past weekend, going 3-2 in Spokane, and topping Columbia Basin for the third time this season. The Tritons faced more quality opponents at the Spokane Preseason Tournament, and swept three matches Friday, before dropping two matches on Saturday. Edmonds avenged an earlier defeat this season to Walla Walla, handing the Warriors only their second loss of the year to close out Friday. Saturday they fell to 2017 regional champions North Idaho and Bellevue. The Tritons took fourth place out of 16 teams; freshman Sadie Gardner (Vernal, Utah) and sophomore Sydnee Peterson (Draper, Utah) were named to the All-Tournament team.
Volleyball has another busy stretch ahead starting with a doubleheader at Highline College on Tuesday. They'll clash with Pierce (9-2) and Highline (13-4), both of which sit atop the NWAC West standings. Later in the week, the road warriors will travel to Gresham, Ore. to participate in the NWAC Crossover Tournament, hosted by Mt. Hood CC. The crossover will be the final tuneup before league play begins September 21 versus Shoreline.
This Week's Schedule
Tuesday, September 11 at Highline College vs. Pierce College - 5 p.m.
Tuesday, September 11 at Highline College vs. Highline College - 7 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday, September 14-15 at NWAC Crossover Tournament - Mt. Hood CC - Gresham, OR
Tritons fall to Trojans 5-0
Edmonds CC men's soccer was unable to find the back of the net, losing to Everett CC 5-0 on Saturday, September 8. The Trojans stifled the Tritons' offense, limiting Edmonds to just five shots on goal. Edmonds (0-3-1, 0-1 North) will look to bounce back in their home opener on Wednesday, September 12. Kick off is set for 4:15 p.m. at Triton Field.
The Whatcom men beat Skagit 3-2 on Saturday and are 3-2-1 on the season overall. Later in the week, the Tritons will host Shoreline CC. General admission for all Triton home contests is $5 for adults, $3 for youth/seniors, and free for children under 12.
This Week's Schedule
Wednesday, September 12 vs. Whatcom CC - 4:15 p.m. - Triton Field
Saturday, September 15 vs. Shoreline CC - 2:15 p.m. - Triton Field
Peterson named North defensive POW
Sophomore transfer Sydnee Peterson (Draper, Utah) was named the NWAC North Region defensive player of the week for her efforts in Edmonds volleyball's 4-1 record last week. The defensive specialist is third overall in the NWAC, averaging 4.83 digs per set. She notched 15 digs in the Tritons' win over Columbia Basin in their home opener on August 30. Peterson totalled 26 digs at Clackamas on August 27.
Chuck Stark appointed Interim Softball Head Coach
Chuck Stark has been appointed as interim head coach of the softball program at Edmonds Community College. Stark takes over for Sheryl Gilmore, who was named the new skipper of the Western Washington University softball team last week. Stark, who is retired, comes to Edmonds after coaching at Olympic College for five years. The Rangers qualified for the NWAC playoffs four times during that stretch. "Chuck was the best fit to stabilize the program and allow us to accomplish our long-term objective of hiring an outstanding head coach for the future." Read More > >
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