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SCC Softball Vs Everett CC Now Available On YouTube
SCC Softball Vs Everett CC Now Available On YouTube:

The Lady Dolphins split a double header with Everett CC, winning the first game 1-0 and dropping the 2nd game 9-2. Game 1 is missing the first inning because of a bad disc in recording.

SCC Softball Vs Everett CC In Pictures And Sophomore Day
Sophomore Day at Shoreview Park for the SCC Lady Dolphin Softball Team. The Lady Dolphins honor their sophomore players in their final home game for SCC.

SCC splits a doubleheader with Everertt CC

See all the action and ceremony in pictures on the SCC Facebook Page:

SCC Names Kelsie Mason and Greta Coleman As Co-Softball Players of the Week
Shoreline Community College on Sunday named sophomore pitcher/outfielder, Kelsie Mason and freshman third baseman, Greta Coleman as Co-Softball Players of the Week.

300_2226.JPGMason, from Lynnwood High School, had a 2-1 record as a pitcher for the Dolphins, pitching 2 shutouts during the week against Skagit Valley College and Everett Community College and picking up a save as well against Skagit Valley in game two that day. Her lone loss was to #3 Ranked Bellevue College. As a batter, Mason was 6 for 18 batting, a .333 average, had 5 RBIs and 2 runs scored with 2 doubles, a triple and a home-run.

Coleman, from Kingston High School, had a hot bat, having 9 hits in 19 at bats for a .474 average on the week, with 5300_2379.JPG runs scored, 4 RBIs, 2 doubles and 2 home-runs. 

SCC went 3-3 on the week, sweeping Skagit Valley College, splitting a doubleheader with Everett CC and being swept by Bellevue College.

The Lady Dolphin's season ended this week. The team was 16-24 overall and 10-14 in the NWAACC Northern Region. 
SCC Softball Season Ends With Doubleheader Loss To Bellevue College:
The Shoreline Community College Softball's Team season ended on Saturday at Bellevue College when the Lady Bulldogs swept SCC 9-1 and 12-7.
SCC went into the day tied with Everett Community College for the final play-off spot in the NWAACC Northern Region, but with SCC's losses and EVCC wins against Skagit Valley College on Saturday, the Trojans finished 2 games ahead of Dolphins for that NWAACC Softball Championship spot. 

Game 1 - The Lady Dolphins were no hit by Bellevue but still managed to score on walks and an error. SCC pitcher Kelsie Mason give up 11 hits and 4 walks, as the Bulldog offense kept pressure on the defense who committed 3 errors. The game was called in the 6th inning due to the 8 run rule.
Game 2 - The Bellevue offense was in high gear, pounding out 19 hits including 3 doubles and 2 homeruns but the SCC offense also had some fire power, including 3 doubles and 2 homeruns as well. Bellevue jumped out to a 5 to 1 lead after three innings and seemed to take control in the 4th, by leading 8-2, but Alia Kelly's grandslam for SCC in the top 5th pulled the Dolphins back to just down by two, 8-6, but BC put up their own 4 run 5th to take control again and win by 5 runs. Nicole Reyling and Greta Coleman had two hits each for SCC, including a double each and Alexis Salcedo hit her 3rd homerun of the year as well.

SCC finished the season 16-24 and 10-14 in the region. The first losing season and non-NWAACC Softball Championship participating season in five years for the Dolphins. Bellevue, the #3 ranked team in the NWAACC, finished the regular season 35-5 and 23-1 in the region. They will start NWAACC Championship play next Friday in Portland at Delta Park.
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SCC Softball Splits With Everett Community College In Final Home Game of Year
The Lady Dolphin Softball Team split a doubleheader on Friday afternoon at Shoreview Park for Sophomore Day. SCC sophomores Alia Kelly, Vallen Brewer, Kelsie Mason and Nicole Reyling finished their home careers for the Dolphins.

300_3703_30S_2152.JPGGame 1 - Kelsie Mason pitched a shutout with a six hitter in the Dolphins 1-0 win, walking 3 and striking out 3. SCC scored their lone run in the bottom of the 3rd inning. Vallen Brewer had 2 hits in the game and made a rare catcher's putout at 2nd base in a rundown. 

Game 2 - The SCC defense committed 9 errors and Everett gathered 11 hits in the Trojans 9-2 win. SCC went ahead in the bottom of the first 1-0 on a homerun by Greta Coleman, who hit her 8th of the year, but EVCC scored 5 in the top of 3rd to take the lead. SCC scored 1 in the bottom of 3rd, but the Lady Trojans put the game away with 2300_2379.JPG runs in the 4th and 6th innings. Alia Kelly took the loss for SCC, giving up 4 earned runs, walking none and striking out 1. Coleman had 3 hits for SCC in Game 2 and Vallen Brewer and Nicole Reyling had doubles.

SCC record now goes to 16-22 overall and 10-12 in the region. Everett is 21-19 and 10-12. Both teams are tied for 4th place in the NWAACC Northern Region, the final playoff spot. Shoreline plays at #3 ranked Bellevue College tomorrow to finish the regular season while Everett plays at Skagit Valley College. If both teams are tied after tomorrow, there will be a play-in game on Monday at Everett to determine who advances to the NWAACC Softball Championship. Game time tomorrow at Bellevue College is 1:00pm.
SCC Softball Vs Skagit Valley Now On YouTube
V6 Softball.jpgSCC Softball Vs Skagit Valley Now On YouTube:

SCC Wins 8-0 in 5 Innings
SCC Softball Moves Into Tie For Final NWAACC Playoff Spot
The Shoreline Community College Softball Team moved into a tie with Everett Community College on Tuesday for the last NWAACC Softball Championship spot in the NWAACC Northern Region. SCC swept Skagit Valley College on Tuesday, 8-0 and 10-7, while EVCC was swept by Douglas College. Both teams have 9-11 records in the NWAACC Northern Region. SCC overall record is 15-21 and EVCC is 20-18. Everett swept SCC two weeks ago in two close games at Everett, 3-1 and 4-3.
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SCC Softball and Everett CC meet on Friday at Shoreview Park at 1:00pm in a crucial Northern Region doubleheader. SCC will be looking for a sweep, as both teams play other NWAACC Northern Region teams on Saturday on the final day of the regular season, but SCC plays league leading Bellevue College with a 33-5 overall record and 21-1 record in the league, while Everett plays Skagit Valley College who is 5-30 and 3-17.

If both teams are tied for the final playoff spot, there would be a play-in game early next week to determine who goes to the NWAACC Championship.
Lady Dolphin Softball Sweeps Skagit Valley College In Doubleheader
The Lady Dolphins bid to qualify for the NWAACC Softball Championship started strong today as the SCC Team swept Skagit Valley College 8-0 and 10-7 in the first of 3 NWAACC Northern Region doubleheaders the SCC Squad plays this week.

300_3703_30S_2152.JPGGame 1 - SCC exploded for 7 runs in the bottom of 3rd inning and then scored the 8th run in the bottom of the 5th to end the game via the 8 run rule.

Kelsie Mason picked up the win by tossing a four hit shutout as she struckout 2 and walked no one, she also had two hits including a homerun with 4 RBIs and a run scored. Vallen Brewer and Emilee Ronbeck had two hits each as well with each one having a double. Alexandra Ekonomakis also doubled for SCC.

Game 2 - The slugfest was a see-saw battle, with SCC jumping ahead 1-0 in the 1st inning, SVC going ahead 3-1 in the top of the 3rd, SCC regaining the lead 5-3 in the bottom of the 4th, Skagit going ahead 6-5 in the top of300_3621.JPG the 5th and Shoreline going to top for good in the bottom of the 5th, 8-6. Skagit cut the lead to 8-7 in the top of 6th, but SCC scored 2 more in the bottom of 6th to secure the 10-7 win.

Alia Kelly picked up the win for SCC on the mound with Kelsie Mason getting the save, as she pitched the last two innings (after Kelly gave up a run in the 6th) and Mason did not allow a run.

Greta Coleman led the SCC offense with 3 hits, including her 7th homerun of the year and a double. Nicole Reyling, Alia Kelley, Emilee Ronbeck, Kelsie Mason and Alexandra Ekonomakis all had two hits with Reyling adding a homerun and a double with 3 RBIs and Mason & Ekonomakis adding a double each. Alexis Salcedo also had a double.

SCC is now 15-21 overall and 9-11 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Skagit Valley falls to 5-30 overall and 3-17 in the region. SCC faces Everett CC on Friday at 1:00pm at Shoreview Park. It will be sophomore day and the doubleheader may be for the final playoff spot in the NWAACC Northern Region. EVCC is playing Douglas College today in a doubleheader, if Everett loses two games today, SCC and EVCC will be tied for 4th place in the standings.
SCC Names Alia Kelly and Alexis Salcedo As Co-Softball Players of the Week
Shoreline Community College on Sunday named sophomore Alia Kelly and freshman Alexis Salcedo as Co-Softball Players of the Week.
Salcedo, a outfielder from Zilah High School in Zilah, WA, was 8 for 13 on the week for a .615 batting average with 2 runs scored, 2 RBIs, a double and a homerun.

Kelly, a pitcher/1st baseman from Lake Stevens High School, was 5 for 13 for a ..385 average with 4 runs scored, 6 RBIs, 2 homeruns and a double, plus she had a pitching victory against Edmonds CC.

The Lady Dolphin Softball Team won 3 of 4 games for the week,300_3661.JPG splitting a doubleheader with Olympic College while sweeping Edmonds CC. SCC got back in the playoff hunt, trailing Everett CC for the last playoff spot in the NWAACC Northern Region by 2 games with 6 games to go.

SCC hosts Skagit Valley College on Tuesday at 1:00pm, then plays a huge doubleheader against Everett CC on Friday at 1:00pm at Shoreview Park. The Dolphins finish the season at Bellevue on Saturday.
SCC Softball Sweeps Edmonds To Stay In Playoff Race
300_4092.JPGThe Shoreline Community College Softball Team swept Edmonds CC in dramatic fashion on Friday afternoon at EDCC to stay in the NWAACC Championship race. SCC won the first game 8-5, and scored three runs in the top of the 7th inning to comeback from a 6-4 deficient to win the nightcap.

Game 1 - The SCC offense pounded out 15 hits, to include 4 doubles and a triple to beat Edmonds 8-5. Vallen Brewer had three hits along withwinning pitcher Kelsie Mason who had the triple and scroed twice. Alexis Salcedo and Alexandra Ekonomakis had 2 hits each.

Game 2 - Edmonds led 6-4 after three innings and made that score stand-up until the top of the 7th when SCC scored three times to take the lead the Alia Kelly shut the door in the 7th from the mound. Kelly also 2-3 from the plate, with two homeruns and 4 RBIs. Alexis Salcedo, Valley Brewer and Kelsie Mason had two hits as well in the game and Brewer added a homerun and scored 3 runs.
Shoreline is now 13-21 overall and 7-11 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Edmonds falls to 0-27 and 0-18. 

The Dolphins are in 5th place in the region, trailing Everett CC by 2 games in the loss column for the last NWAACC Championship spot in the region. If EVCC defeats Edmonds CC today in a doubleheader then SCC will trail EVCC by 2 games with 6 games to go in the season next week for both teams. if Edmonds can upset EVCC today, then SCC can be only behind by one game or tied depending on the results.

Everett and Shoreline play next Friday at Shoreview Park at 1:00pm. SCC has Skagit Valley on Tuesday at Shoreview Park at 1:00pm as well and then finish the season next Saturday at Bellevue.
SCC Softball Splits With Olympic College On Wednesday
The Shoreline Community College Softball Team split a doubleheader with Olympic College on Wednesday. The Lady Dolphins won the first game, 6-4 but dropped the 2nd game 8-6.

300_3590.JPGGame 1 - SCC used the middle innings to score 6 runs, as they scored 1 run in the 3rd, 2 in the 4th and 3 in the 5th. Alexandra Ekonomakis went 2-3 with a homerun and Alexis Saledo had a homerun as well. Katie Mason (5-7) got the win on the mound, allowing 4 runs, 2 earned with 2 BBs and 2 strikeouts.

Game 2 - SCC lost a slugfest with Olympic in the second game, as OC pounded out 12 hits and SCC 11 with 5 homeruns and 7 doubles hit between the teams. SCC was up 6-4 at the end of 6 innings, but Olympic tied it up in the 7th and won it in the 8th with two more runs. SCC committed 5 errors in the game. Alia Kelly started the game for SCC, but Kelson Mason took the300_3703_30S_2152.JPG  loss in relief. 

SCC is now 11-21 on the season and 5-11 in the NWAACC Northern Region. OC is 12-10 and 10-6. SCC plays at Edmonds today.