Prep highlights from Tuesday, April 1

mwochnick@theolympian.comApril 2, 2014 

TUESday’s highlights

Senior pitcher Garrett Terrell struck out eight and limited Aberdeen to four hits as Tumwater ran its winning streak to five games with a 9-2 victory in a 2A Evergreen Conference baseball game.

Mason Hopton’s two-run single in the fifth inning lifted Olympia to a 3-2 win over Stadium in the 4A Narrows League. Nolan Blackman struck out five in 42/3 innings.

North Thurston pitcher Riley Storedahl struck out 11 batters, but Wilson scored a tiebreaking run in the top of the seventh and held on for a 4-3 win in the 3A Narrows League.

Zach Owens’ seven strikeouts over four innings helped Timberline beat Lincoln, 10-0, in a 3A Narrows League game. Timberline improved to 7-0.

With the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh, Ben Warner drove in the winning run for Black Hills after being hit by a pitch as the Wolves beat Capital, 8-7, in a 2A Evergreen Conference game.

In boys soccer, Capital’s Karl Stout and Nigel El-Sokkary scored in the first half as the Cougars beat Centralia, 4-1, in a 2A Evergreen Conference game to improve to 5-0 overall.

In fastpitch, Mattie Boucher tossed a six-inning no-hitter in W.F. West’s 10-0 win over River Ridge in a 2A Evergreen Conference game.

Britni Wilson threw a four-hit shutout with seven strikeouts, and Rachel Erickson was 3-for-4 with a double in Capital’s 4-2 win over Black Hills in the 2A Evergreen Conference.

Kaylene Glasgo went 3-for-4 with a double in Tumwater’s 6-2 win over Aberdeen in the 2A Evergreen Conference, helping cousin Jocelyn Glasgo improve her pitching record to 3-0.

In girls tennis, Tumwater’s Hunter Wilmovsky, Lauren Brandt and Kristina Golden swept the top three singles matches in straight sets — including a 6-0, 6-0 win for Golden at No. 3 singles — in a 5-1 victory over Aberdeen in the 2A Evergreen Conference.

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