SOUTH SOUND HIGHLIGHTS

mwochnick@theolympian.comDecember 5, 2012 

TUESday’s games

Pacific held The Evergreen State College to 25.5 percent shooting en route to a 57-31 non-conference women’s basketball game at the College Recreation Center gymnasium Tuesday night.

Junior Danielle Swain had nine points and 10 rebounds to lead the Geoducks, who forced 23 Pacific turnovers but scored only eight points off the turnovers.

HIGH SCHOOLS

Julia Myers had a game-high 22 points for visiting Enumclaw in a 51-34 non-league girls basketball victory over Yelm, handing the Tornados their first loss of the season. Dalia Bader had nine points for Yelm.

Northwest Christian went on a 19-7 fourth-quarter run to pull away from Tacoma Baptist for a 41-39 non-league victory. Allison Sowers had a team-best 10 points followed by eight points from Hailey Bredeson.

South Bend handed Rochester its first loss of the season, 51-49 in overtime.

Led by a game-high 20 points from senior Brock Wade, W.F. West earned a 54-30 non-league boys basketball victory over North Thurston. The Bearcats held the Rams to one field goal in the third quarter. Senior Tru Hicks led the Rams with nine points.

Olympia improved to 3-0 overall after its 70-62 non-league road victory at River Ridge.

Austin Koukal had a team-best 12 points in Northwest Christian’s 54-43 non-league loss to Tacoma Baptist.

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