South Sound Highlights for May 10

mwochnick@theolympian.comMay 10, 2013 

TRACK AND FIELD

Timberline was in second place in the 3A Narrows League girls standings after the first day of the 4A/3A Narrows League championships Thursday at South Kitsap High School. The Blazers (86 points) were 13 points behind first-place Wilson thanks to a 1-2 finish in the 100-meter dash by Daniaella Williams (12.73 seconds) and Jaz’Mere Sudberry (12.90). Kenna Valentich (1,600, 5:35.62) and the Blazers’ 400 relay team (50.62) had first-place finishes.

On the boys side, North Thurston was in third place in the 3A Narrows, paced by the 1-2 javelin finish of Bobby Cervantes (158 feet, 8 inches) and Anthony White (145-7), along with three of the top four finishers in the 1,600 (James Jasperson, first; Tyler Reece, third; and Peter Allegre, fourth).

In the 4A Narrows, Central Kitsap’s Rose Christen and Olympia’s Sofia Kane each ran a sub-5-minute time in the 1,600. Christen won in 4:53.91, and Kane (4:59.72) set a personal best by more than 4 seconds.

Fastpitch

North Thurston advanced to the 3A Narrows League tournament title game with a 12-0 win over Shelton at the South End Recreation Area in Tacoma. Ciera Davis threw a five-inning no-hitter, striking out six batters, and drove in two runs. Dominique Greeno had a three-run home run. The Rams will face Wilson in the title game at 3 p.m. today.

In the other 3A Narrows semifinal, Wilson topped Timberline, 3-1, to drop the Blazers into the third/fourth-place game against Shelton at 3 p.m. today.

In the 4A Narrows tournament, Ashlynn Ota’s RBI in the sixth inning lifted Bellarmine Prep over Olympia, 3-2. Olympia plays in today’s 3 p.m. third/fourth-place game against Gig Harbor, which ended Yelm’s season, 5-2, in the day’s first game.

Boys soccer

Nick Boatright and Apollo Heidal scored to help Capital extends its season with a 2-0 win over 2A Evergreen Conference rival Aberdeen. Capital will play in a winner-to-state, loser-out game at home Saturday against Centralia.

Fernando Aguilar’s hat trick led Rochester to a 3-0 win over White Salmon in the 1A District IV title game in Kalama. Rochester will host a first-round 1A state playoff game Wednesday.

mwochnick@theolympian.com

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