High school football
North Thurston 34, Wilson 0
North Thurston posted their second shutout of the year, knocking off Wilson 34-0 at South Sound Stadium. The Rams have now allowed just 42 points through five games this season. Mo Manning rushed for three touchdowns and Ryan Mets passed for one touchdown finding Joshua Cahill in the endzone for the Rams’ second score of the game. A Hayden Maliska rushing touchdown with under a minute left to play in the first half rounded out the scoring for the game.
The Rams are now 5-0 on the season and 3-0 in 3A Narrows League play. The last time North Thurston sat at 5-0 was 1992 when Rocky Patchin was in his first season and future NFL pro-bowler Mike Sellers played running back and linebacker for the Rams.
Evergreen 4, Northwest Christian 0 – Recap from Evergreen athletics
Jack Fortune scored 27 seconds into the game and Evergreen added three more goals in the second half to drop Northwest University 4-0 in Kirkland. Mirzic Memic scored two goals for the Geoducks, the first on a penalty kick in the 50th minute and another on a header in the 75th minute. Goalkeeper Mauricio Sanchez made five saves in the shutout.
Shayla Page scored off of a corner kick with just ten seconds left in double overtime to give Seattle Pacific a dramatic 2-1 win over Saint Martin’s at Interbay Stadium in Seattle. After the Falcons’ Ali Martin opened the scoring in the 18th minute, Ashley Richardson scored the equalizer collecting the rebound off of a Nicole Nedervelt shot that hit the crossbar.
Ashely Engel made 11 saves but the Saints only forced SPU keeper Alexa Hughes to make two saves. The Saints fall to 3-3 in the GNAC.
Saint Martin’s rallied back from two sets down in Burnaby, BC to knock off Simon Fraser 3-2. Kristyn Ross led the Saints with 17 kills and 24 digs while Carrie Starbuck added 12 kills and 20 digs.
College softball fall ball
SPSCC 11, Skagit Valley 1 – five innings
Everett 7, SPSCC 0
Lower Columbia 7, SPSCC 2
Puget Sound Collegiate League fall ball
Timberline 3, Yelm 0 – Winning pitcher: Matt Mercer (Perfect game)
Olympia 2, Black Hills 1 – Winning pitcher: Elliott Loague
Olympia 4, Black Hills 0 – Winning pitcher: Eric Mullins