South Kitsap’s Jason Gleason took first place in the 4A Narrows League diving championships, scoring 338.25 points, more than 40 points above the second-place diver on Thursday.
Shelton’s Jon Netzel took first place in the 3A tournament as he posted a state-qualifying score of 393.95.
The top three places were all owned by High Climbers as Troy Krumpolis, with a state-qualifying score of 358.45, took second and Zach Netzel, with 329.45, finished third.
Aberdeen 92, River Ridge 84: Ethan Stephens took first in the 200 free (2:14.75) and diving (188.30), but it wasn’t enough as the Hawks were defeated by the Bobcats.
Puyallup 52, Rogers 17: The Vikings routed the Rams, their cross-town rivals. Braden Goucher opened the first match with a 58-second pin over Rogers’ Lennox Anderson. The Vikings won 11 of 14 matches, six by pins.
Lincoln 45, Shelton 18: The Abes opened by winning nine straight matches against the High Climbers. Chris Jackson pinned Shelton’s Quin Rovius in 51 seconds in the 120-pound class.
Foss 50, North Thurston 27: Joey Wurtz had the quickest pin of the night for the Falcons, defeating Hunter Prida in 49 seconds in the 145-pound class. The Falcons won eight of 14 events, two by forfeit.
Olympia 54, Timberline 18: Chaz Poston (106 pounds) and Chase Poston (113) opened with back-to-back victories for the Bears. Chaz Poston edged Andrew Bartolda, 12-10, in a tightly contested match. Chase Poston pinned Omar Arlodo in one minute and 43 seconds.
Auburn Mountainview 48, Lakes 35: The Lions almost doubled the Lancers’ point total in the first half, outscoring them 28-15. Brianna Zaragoza-Jones — a 5-foot-5 senior Lions guard — was the game-high scorer with 13 points, while Taylor Flores added 11.
Kentridge 46, Kent-Meridian 22: The Chargers did not allow the Royals to score more than nine points in any quarter. Morgan Gary led the Chargers with nine points; Savannah Lackey — a 5-foot-11 Royals post — had 10 points.