Assistant Sports Editor
Timberline had its offense rolling again Friday night and ran away from Port Angeles, 56-7, in a Class 3A Olympic Western League football game.
LACEY - As good as the Timberline High volleyball team is supposed to be, a big step toward a successful season must always include a win over its rivals.
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LACEY – For a quarter and a half, Timberline’s offense was nonexistent. For the remaining two-and-a-half periods Saturday, the Blazers were other-worldly.
During an 8-3 season and a run to the playoffs last year, Timberline’s two-headed quarterback scheme gave opposing coaches headaches in their preparation.
Cameron Peck, the 17-year-old golfer with the big swing and cool nerves, came within two strokes of doing the unexpected.
This time Cameron Peck won’t be as nervous.
SEATTLE – It was to be expected that the Timberline Blazers would have some butterflies.
Gallery: Timberline vs. Bainbridge Baseball State Semifinals
RICHLAND – Cameron Peck figured he had to take a gamble.
Timberline High School’s Cameron Peck wasn’t happy with his putting on the first day of the 3A state golf championship in Richland.
Pressure? What pressure?