SOUTH SOUND HIGHLIGHTS

mwochnick@theolympian.comDecember 14, 2013 

HIGH SCHOOLS

Olympia had four players score in double figures — Laura Snodgrass (18 points), Jenna Randich (16), Mackenzie Cooper (14) and Leticia Farias (11) — for a 72-67 overtime win over Yelm to open 4A Narrows League play in girls basketball. The Bears, winners of their past two games, outscored the Tornados in overtime, 10-5, after a 10-point comeback in the fourth quarter to force overtime. McKaila Tyler had a game-high 24 points to pace Yelm.

Linae Myhand and Sara Bowen scored 12 and 11 points, respectively, in Timberline’s 50-5 win over Foss in a 3A Narrows League game.

Sophomore forward Christian Davis had a game-high 17 points and Chris Burian had 16 in Yelm’s 50-41 win over Olympia to open 4A Narrows League boys basketball action.

Enumclaw rallied after trailing by nine in the fourth quarter to defeat Tumwater, 67-65, behind Drake Rademacher’s 35 points. Josiah Warner led the T-Birds with 23 points, followed by 17 from David Cooper.

Jason Kananin’s 25 points for River Ridge weren’t enough in an 80-79 loss to Graham-Kapowsin despite the Hawks outscoring the Eagles in the second quarter, 28-8.

Zach Froembling’s 13 points led Rainier to a 48-37 victory over Montesano to open 1A Southwest Washington Evergreen Division play.

COLLEGES

Chelsea Haskey’s 18 points and seven rebounds led Saint Martin’s to a 59-45 victory at Hawaii-Hilo. The Saints, who won their third consecutive game, improved to 6-3. SMU play the Vulcans again at 7 p.m. Saturday.

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