“Mad Dog” and the ‘D’ lead Red Wolve ladies’ hoops to win, plus news from the mat and a little volleyball too….

Good Friday morning. There was basketball last night up at Cedarcrest High School in Duvall, as the Red Wolve girls cruised to a win in their Wesco opener.

Senior Madelyn “Mad Dog” Davidson led all scorers with 18 points for CHS as they handled Marysville-Pilchuck with ease 62-28. With the team showing dominance like they did, the game ended up being one where Cedarcrest got a chance to work on defensive schemes in game situations. “We are experimenting with a couple of presses (defense) and they both worked tonight,” CHS coach Brad Knowles tells us by email. “Plus our transition is so quick, most of our points were scored in fast breaks.”

Bella Rose pitched in 14 and Kat Townley chipped in 12 both pacing the Red Wolves, who are at Mountlake Terrace next Wednesday for a 7:15pm tip.

Also this morning:

Mount Si starts Kingco season: Mount Si High School’s squad has started Kingco action. They hosted Lake Washington and Juanita last night, stats are not available as of yet for that dual, but last Thursday, they went to Newport High School and took care of the Knights. Mount Si rolled 63-18 behind wins from Sammy Newell (126 lbs.), River Stinson (160), Quaid Harrison (145) and Jack Hendricks (182). Mount Si’s boys travels to Blaine for the Battle at the Border tournament tomorrow. The Wildcat girls are in Everett for a meet there.

Valley duo aids Western Washington’s push into the Final Four: Western Washington University’s ladies advanced into the national semifinals of the NCAA Division II women’s volleyball tournament last night, cruising past Daemen College from upstate New York 25-12, 25-16, 25-19 in the national quarterfinals down in Tampa.

The Vikings were paced by juniors Tess Biscup and Chloe Roetcisoender. The pair, from Duvall, both pitched in solid contributions, with Biscup recording six kills, three blocks, four digs and an assist while Roetcisoender had five kills, an ace, three blocks and a dig. The Cedar Park Christian School grads, both twin sisters, and their teammates will take on Washburn, from Kansas, this afternoon for a trip to the title game tomorrow.

Author: Rhett Workman

Rhett Workman is a 20-year veteran of covering Snoqualmie Valley sports and their many athletes and families. Workman first started his career with the Snoqualmie Valley Record, but in 2011, went independent with the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal, and has continued to cover local sports since. Workman's statewide profile has increased in recent years with the advent of him being very active on Twitter providing news and discussion sports and non-sports related. His coverage has earned the respect of athletes, coaches and parents in this community, and he looks forward to your continued support of his efforts to provide the community quality local sports coverage.

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