In a battle of the 3A Narrows League’s top volleyball teams, Timberline made quick work of rival North Thurston with identical 25-15 scores in a 3-0 sweep of the Rams to remain undefeated at 8-0. Emily Tate had a match-best 11 kills, and middle hitter Riley Podowicz added 10 kills and three blocks. Setter Hunter Manke added 29 assists as well as five kills. For the Rams, who dropped into third place at 4-2 in league play after finishing second in state last season, Alexis Hoepfner and Annie Koehler had eight kills apiece and a combined four blocks.
Mackenzie Bowen’s match-best 12 kills helped Tumwater to a 25-23, 25-21, 25-14 sweep of rival Black Hills to remain unbeaten in 2A Evergreen Conference play. Kaylene Glasgo added seven kills and 13 digs, and Kylie Bishopp had six kills, three blocks and 13 digs.
Casey Whitt’s goal in the opening minute helped propel Timberline to a 3-0 win over Lincoln in 3A Narrows girls soccer and extend the Blazers’ winning streak to five games. Whitt also notched a goal in the 54th minute, and teammate Mackenzie Williams also had two goals.
Camryn Althauser had a goal and an assist in Rochester’s 4-0 girls soccer win over Adna.
Freshman Ali Norman won the 100 butterfly (1 minute, 9.78 seconds) and also swam a leg in Olympia’s three relays (200 medley, 200 free, 400 free) to help the Bears to a 124-53 dual-meet girls swimming victory over South Kitsap. Enya Dickenson-Cove was a double individual winner for the Bears, taking the 200 IM (2:51.22) and 100 free (1:09.55).
Three of Capital’s five first-place wins came in the relays in a 102-67 dual-meet girls swimming win over Centralia-W.F. West. Jada Pearson won the 50 free (26.57) and also swam the lead-off legs in the Cougars’ winning 200 medley and 400 free relays.
Capital sophomore Ty Gentry, last year’s 2A singles state runner-up, swept Micah Corwin, 6-0, 6-0 to help the Cougars top Centralia, 6-0, in 2A Evergreen Conference boys tennis.
Tumwater won all three singles matches in straight sets, paced by Ryan Gudbranson’s 6-1, 6-3 win over Cameron Johnson at No. 1 singles, to notch the 7-6 win over Black HIlls.
Heath Ohnemus captured his third consecutive medialist honor, shooting a 1-over-par 37 in Tumwater’s 215-281 boys golf win over River Ridge at Eagles Pride Golf Course.
• pushed its Pacific 2B League mark to 6-0 with a 25-8, 25-19, 25-14 volleyball sweep of Raymond, led by Megan Van Marter’s 10 kills and four blocks.
Saint Martin’s 0, Western Washington 0 (OT): Goalkeeper Eric Owen had three saves over 110 minutes against the Vikings, which resulted in the first tie for the Saint Martin’s men’s soccer team, putting the Saints’ record at 3-5-1 overall and 3-1-1 in GNAC play.
Northwest Nazarene 2, Saint Martin’s 1: Sarah Massee’s first goal of the season for the SMU women’s soccer team opened the second-half scoring, but the Crusaders’ two goals came after the Saints’ 1-0 lead, including Alisa Sagdahl’s game-winner in the 88th minute to drop SMU to 2-6 email@example.com