Senior Pat Miller scored a career-high 12 points in his final game and teammate Conrad
Davis-Febert added 12. But it wasn't enough to overcome their poor 3-point shooting - 3-for-19 from beyond the arc.
"You live and die by the 3," Bears coach John Grosey said. "We had good looks."
The Falcons increased their lead in the second quarter, holding Olympia to seven points and ending the first half with a 29-21 advantage.
"We might have gotten a little tired," Grosey said. "Last week, we suited up seven (players) for the last two games. We got Clay (Longmire) back, but he had lost about 15 pounds from sickness.
"This game was a microcosm of our entire season, up and down. Our kids battled."
Olympia was closer than the final score but resorted to fouls in the final minute when the deficit became unmanageable.
Grosey summed up the season through the Bears' adjustment to a 4A league schedule that ushered in five games before Christmas break, a two-week delay from bad weather, eligibility issues, injuries and sickness.
"We just never got the groove back," Grosey said. "It was a tough league. The kids did a good job."
Olympia finished the season 9-12 overall.
Northwest Christian 67, Naselle 40
Led by Ryan Fox's 19-point night and another 15 points from Matt Myers, the Navigators trounced visiting Naselle, finishing undefeated at home this season.
Northwest Christian improved to 16-3 overall, 11-2 in Pacific 2B League play.
"It was senior night for us, so it was nice for them to finish out strong," Navigators coach Ed
McClanahan said. "Our seniors had a nice night, particularly Kyle Cummings - he played well on both ends of the floor.
Cummings finished with 10 points and "eight or nine rebounds," McClanahan said.
With a top seed to district already in hand, the Navigators finish their season with a tough test on Tuesday in the form of a trip to Bellevue Christian to take on the highly ranked Vikings.
"They're a powerhouse,"
McClanahan said. "But it'll be fun."
Black Hills 75, Centralia 29
Senior post Kaitlin Nielsen branched out with her shooting range and led the Wolves to a big win over 2A Evergreen foe Centralia.
Nielsen scored a career-high 18 points, shooting 8-of-10 from the field and pulled down 17 rebounds. Freshman Chelsea Haskey added 15 points in her recent scoring emergence and bench players Aisha Jones and Jill Battson provided solid defense from the bench, Wolves coach Paul Dretsch said.
The Tigers were held to single digits for three quarters, with the Wolves' Pia Menkertz and Tasha Shipman leading the turnover rally with seven and five steals, respectively.
Black Hills hosts Tumwater at 6 p.m. Tuesday night.
MARY M. KNIGHT 54, LAKE QUINAULT 24
The Owls hounded Lake Quinault's offense, holding their Pacific 1B opponent to four points in the first half.
Alicea Scott led the Owls with 10 points, 11 rebounds and three steals.
The win advanced Mary M. Knight into the district championship against Taholah, a team that has clipped the Owls three times this season.
"Hopefully, (the) fourth time's a charm," Owls coach Lance Valley said.
The championship will be at 6 p.m. Saturday at Montesano High.
Winlock 52, Tenino 34
Freshman Adelle Love scored a career-high 13 points and junior Maggie Nelson added another nine, but it wasn't enough for the Beavers, who finished off a rough season with a loss at home. Tenino (1-18, 0-12 SW 1A League) did its best to hang with Winlock and was down only six at halftime.
But the Cardinals pulled away and outscored the Beavers in each quarter.
"It was a tough year, but we had good effort all year long," Tenino coach Bill Buthorn said. "The kids worked hard and a couple kids really came on towards the end."