South Sound Highlights for Dec. 8

mwochnick@theolympian.comDecember 8, 2012 

Sarah McGee had 13 points, 17 rebounds, four assists and three steals to lift Black Hills to a 53-42 girls basketball victory over Auburn Mountainview. Nicole Nurmi had 11 points, and Hope Mortensen added 10 as the Wolves improved to 5-0.

A 22-5 run by Yelm gave the Tornados a commanding lead on their way to a 66-43 nonleague victory over North Thurston. Anushka Maldonado and McKenzie DeVore each had a game-high 14 points for Yelm. Haley Harn paced North Thurston with 11 points.

Sloan Jackowich and Spencer Pettit combined for 25 of Capital’s 40 points in a 49-40 nonleague loss to Enumclaw.

Louis Johnson was one of three Olympia players in double figures with a game-high 21 points in the Bears’ 61-50 nonleague victory over Timberline. Johnson also had nine rebounds, with Michael Naipo adding 11 points and Michael Champlain 10 points for the Bears. Donaven Dorsey led Timberline (1-1) with 20 points. Olympia outrebounded Timberline, 33-22, including a 10-3 advantage in offensive rebounds.

Capital outscored Peninsula 22-1 in the third quarter of a 79-43 nonleague victory over the Seahawks. Keenan Williams led all scorers with 18 points, and Justin Russ and Mat Cox had 13 and 12 points, respectively.

Braden Rushton (15 points) and Ande Grantham (13) led North Thurston to its first win of the season, 59-56 over Yelm. Dale Sullivan had 19 points and Trey Friend 18 for the Tornados.

David Cooper had 16 points for Tumwater, and Josiah Warner had 10 in a 60-49 nonleague loss to Enumclaw. It was the Thunderbirds’ first game in 10 days since their season opener.

Toutle Lake dropped Rainier to 0-4 overall with a 42-36 nonleague victory over the Mountaineers. theolympian.com/southsoundsports

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