SOUTH SOUND HIGHLIGHTS

mwochnick@theolympian.comJanuary 11, 2014 

HIGH SCHOOLS

Megan Kramer’s season-high 24 points gave North Thurston its second consecutive win, 56-51 over Mount Tahoma in 3A Narrows League girls basketball.

Karley Lawton’s 15 points led Yelm to its third consecutive win, 48-45 over South Kitsap in 4A Narrows action.

David Marrero’s game-high 19 points, and Wes Reynolds’ 17 paced the North Thurston boys in their 53-39 3A Narrows win over Mount Tahoma.

Elijah Fuller scored 28 points and was one of four Yelm players in double figures, but it wasn’t enough in a 78-74 loss to 4A Narrows rival South Kitsap.

Khalil Matheney’s 14 points led Olympia in its 54-35 loss to Bellarmine Prep in 4A Narrows boys play.

Joe Blaser’s 20 points moved Centralia to 4-0 in 2A Evergreen Conference play with a 76-67 win over Tumwater. The Thunderbirds got a game-high 24 points from David Cooper, and 13 from Zach DeLucco.

COLLEGES

The Evergreen State College men held a four-point lead with 2 minutes, 17 seconds left, but Tim Weber’s 3-pointer with 38 seconds left gave visiting Southern Oregon the lead for good, and the sixth-ranked Raiders won, 80-76. Eric Thompson had a game-high 38 points on 12-of-20 shooting for Southern Oregon, including 6 of 9 from 3-point range. Dre Taylor led the Geoducks with 16 points, one of four Evergreen players in double figures.

Rainier High graduate Kristen Schoenherr had 16 points, and was one of four Southern Oregon players in double figures as the Raiders women beat Evergreen, 86-72, in Olympia. Evergreen got 16 points from Sammi Clark, 15 from Jessica Denmon and 12 from Brittany Gray.

Compiled by Meg Wochnick, mwochnick@theolympian.com Follow South Sound high school sports by reading Meg Wochnick’s blog at theolympian.com/ south-sound-sports-blog.

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