Top performer: Dylan Morris, Graham-Kapowsin
19 of 24 passing for 237 yards, 3 touchdowns — in 35-10 win over Bellarmine Prep
Graham-Kapowsin 35, Bellarmine Prep 10: If the Eagles continue to get this passing game to complement their already lethal ground attack, then it won’t just be Bellarmine Prep having a tough time.
Dylan Morris threw just five incompletions, finishing 19 of 24 for 237 yards and three touchdowns as Graham-Kapowsin (7-1) defeated the Lions (6-2) on Thursday at Art Crate Field and clinched no less than second seed from the 4A SPSL to the district playoffs.
Morris completed scoring passes to three receivers: Tyler Wheeler, Brandon Becker and Eian Olmos.
Olmos had six catches for 89 yards and the final touchdown — with 11 minutes left in the fourth quarter — which put Graham-Kapowsin out of Bellarmine Prep’s reach.
But then there was the Eagles’ running game, as well. Micah Smith had 25 carries for 158 yards and two touchdowns to push his season total to 1,475 yards through eight games.
Auburn Mountainview 24, Decatur 10: Senior Night was a success for the Lions (5-3, 5-1) after they picked up the win over the Golden Gators (0-8, 0-6).
Auburn Moutainview’s Talan Alfrey passed for one touchdown — 25 yards to Michael Kramer — and scored on a 4-yard run in the fourth quarter.
The Lions remain near the top of the 4A NPSL Olympic standings, trailing top-seeded Beamer by one game. Beamer plays Auburn on Friday.
Top performer: Kiley Lewis, Auburn Mountainview
25 kills, 5 aces, 2 blocks, 2 digs against Federal Way
Auburn Mountainview 3, Federal Way 0: Kiley Lewis led the Lions (11-3, 7-0) in three sets — 25-17, 26-24, 25-17 — over the Eagles (2-5, 7-7) on Thursday.
Lewis racked up 25 kills on the night. She had two blocks, two digs and five aces as well. Casey Davenport had 35 assists and five kills.
Capital 3, Central Kitsap 1: After splitting the first two sets, Capital (10-3) pulled away from Central Kitsap (4-9).
For Capital, Tia Grow dished out 33 assists, Maia Nichols had a team-high 12 kills and Elise Meath compiled 26 digs.
Kentridge 3, Mount Rainier 1: Rallying after losing the first set, the Chargers pulled out a win by taking the next three sets, 25-12, 25-10, 26-24.
Kentridge’s Loryn Timian had four aces and 10 kills. Teammate Kate Wick had nine kills and four blocks.
Mount Rainier’s Anna Hardy had 12 assists, and Amanda Whitesitt had 11 digs.
Tahoma 3, Kentlake 0: The Bears shut out the Falcons, 25-10, 25-22, 25-12.
Tahoma’s Emily Smith had nine kills and Ginny Mehl had five kills.
Cydnee Miller had 19 digs for the Bears and Andrea Barrie had 14 digs and a team-high four aces.
Stadium 3, Wilson 1: The Tigers (7-8, 7-7) pulled off an upset over the Rams (10-5, 10-4) by scores of 25-17, 25-17, 15-25, 25-15.
Riley Clark led the way for Stadium with 20 kills, 18 assists and six aces. Ciarra Judson had 31 assists and four aces.
Centralia 3, Black Hills 2: The Tigers came out on top by winning the tiebreaker, 15-12.
Centralia rallied after Black Hills won the previous set, 25-15.
Maisy Williams had 10 kills for Black Hills while teammate Emma Duff had six aces.