South Sound Highlights

mwochnick@theolympian.comMay 7, 2014 


Ian Hesse, Jamison Corbin and Bryce Winkler scored first-half goals for Olympia en route to a 5-2 victory over Stadium in 4A Narrows League boys soccer to remain in second place in league at 6-3-2.

Thadeus Lasko’s shutout, combined with Alec Davies’ goal in the 50th minute, gave Timberline a 1-0 win over Lincoln in 3A Narrows boys soccer match.

Timberline’s 12-9 victory over North Thurston gave the Blazers the 3A Narrows League fastpitch title and a first-round bye at the league tournament at the Regional Athletic Complex on May 15-16.

Megan Mendonca pitched a complete-game six-hitter to give Yelm a 4-2 win over Gig Harbor in 4A Narrows League fastpitch to set up Wednesday’s home dual with Olympia for the league title.

Britni Wilson’s home runs, plus a pair of hits and runs scored by Rachel Erickson, gave Capital a 13-1 win over Aberdeen in a 2A Evergreen Conference game.

Tumwater pounded out 13 runs on 14 hits – including three doubles from Kaylene Glasgo – for a 13-3 six-inning win over Centralia in a 2A EvCo game.

Mitchell Dooley’s 3-for-3 performance with four RBIs lifted Capital to a 10-7 win over Aberdeen to secure the fifth and final playoff spot into the 2A District IV baseball tournament. Dooley, plus Cody Jenkins, Sean Morris and Jacob Johnson, combined for 10 of the Cougars’ 14 hits.

Sydney Pham (No. 1) and Alison Topp (No. 2) each won their singles matches, 6-0, 6-0, as Olympia swept Bellarmine Prep, 5-0, to win the 4A Narrows League title in girls tennis.

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