Rochester ran its record to 10-0 with a 69-12 win over Ocosta in a nonleague girls basketball behind Sierra Seymour’s 18 points and five rebounds, and Joni Lancaster’s 17 points.
Freshman Sierra Snyder’s 12 points helped Tumwater snap a two-game losing skid, earning its first 2A Evergreen Conference win in a 44-40 road victory over Aberdeen. Junior Alyssa Gilchrist added 10 points for the T-Birds.
Black Hills had two players score in double figures — Sydney Sauls’ game-high 18 points and Sarah McGee’s 14 — to run its winning streak to nine games with a 70-28 win over Capital.
Centralia finished the first half on a 12-0 run to earn a 86-55 win over River Ridge in 2A Evergreen Conference boys basketball.
Tied at 39 after three quarters, Capital earned its first league victory with a 61-54 win over Black Hills, led by Ben Pearce’s team-high 23 points and Travis Miller’s 16. Freshman guard T.J. Mickelson had a game-high 25 points to lead the Wolves.
Tumwater won its third consecutive game to improve to 5-6 overall after a 63-53 win over Aberdeen in boys basketball.
Tim Ward won the 100 butterfly (56.63 seconds) and 100 backstroke (59.47) and also swam on Olympia’s winning 200 medley and 200 free relays in a 120-59 boys swimming dual win over South Kitsap.
Colton Mahon’s wins in the 200 IM (2:24.57) and 100 free (54.38) paced Timberline in a 124-47 dual-meet victory over Foss.
North Thurston won 10 out of 12 events, including a pair of wins by Connor Ridgeway (50 free, 100 free) in the Rams’ 128-34 dual meet victory over Mount Tahoma.email@example.com