Assistant Sports Editor
When talking about their football team's best players, Tumwater coach Sid Otton and Capital coach J.D. Johnson can't find enough kind words to say about Kyle Warner and Tyler Sundberg, respectively.
OLYMPIA - Logan Meyers scored a team-high 17 points, and Jared Eidenmuller chipped with 14 as the Capital boys opened their basketball season with a 61-42 over Shelton on Friday night.
Olympia - Franklin's quick-strike offense never had a chance Saturday night.
• T-Birds 21, Lions 10: Warner helps lift Tumwater over Lynden, into quarterfinals
• 4A/3A Swimming: Bears' Heffernan reels in her 3rd
• Gallery: Capital vs. Franklin Football State Playoffs 2010
They were the ones their coaches could always count on for the big point, the big play.
OLYMPIA - The passing game was not clicking for the Capital Cougars on Friday night. Good thing they're a running team.
LACEY - Like a roller-coaster ride, Capital and Timberline saw their ups and downs during a thrilling five-set 3A Narrows League volleyball match Monday night.
• Gallery: Volleyball powers Timberline and Capital square off
No matter the opponent, Capital has proven its lofty status against a high-profile nonleague schedule.
• Baldwin, Centralia run to win
• Tillman, North Thurston run over Aberdeen
• Gallery: Capital vs. Lakes Football 2010
• Meg Wochnick: Preps blog
OLYMPIA - To end a drought, turn up the heat.
It was too many of Tyler Sundberg’s tackle-breaking, second-effort runs.
N.THURSTON 42, TIMBERLINE 28: Tillman sets school record
ROUNDUP: Baldwins big night leads Centralia to win
• GALLERY: 34th Spaghetti Bowl - Capital 49, Olympia 28
• MEG WOCHNICK: Preps blog
OLYMPIA - Coach J.D. Johnson and his Capital Cougars welcome the tough nonleague schedule.