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KMAS and OlySports.com Announce Expanded High School Football Coverage

KMASPRESS RELEASE: KMAS to broadcast five Shelton games, the Spaghetti Bowl and Pioneer Bowl

SHELTON, Wash. – Newsradio 1030 AM KMAS, in conjunction with OlySports.com, will expand their high school football coverage for the 2014 season to include Shelton High School football and four prime matchups featuring Thurston County powerhouses. KMAS will be the only local radio station providing over-the-air broadcasts of Olympia area games this season.

“Not many people know it, but KMAS Radio broadcast the South Sound Game of the Week as far back as 27 years ago, with John Willis doing the play by play,” said Dale Hubbard, President and General Manager of Olympic Broadcast and Media. “We are excited about our recent programming changes, to all news & information for the South Sound, and are looking forward to bringing some of the best high school matchups in the area to the fans!”

KMAS will broadcast five Shelton High School football games beginning with the Mason County Cup against North Mason on September 5 and continuing with 3A Narrows League games against Foss (September 19), Wilson (October 3), North Thurston (October 17) and Capital (October 31).

The Highclimbers return a talented group of seniors including All-Narrows first team linebacker Brian Nault and honorable mention running back Jake Henry and will look to improve on their 2-8 record in the 2013 season.

The OlySports.com Game of the Week on KMAS will debut on September 12 with the annual Spaghetti Bowl featuring Olympia and Capital at Ingersoll Stadium. KMAS will carry the Timberline at Olympia game on September 26 and the Pioneer Bowl between Tumwater and Black Hills on October 24. The October 10 game is still to be determined.

The KMAS football broadcast team of Brandon Sparks and John McGlamery return to the booth for their third season.

“John and I are excited for the opportunity to continue to call Highclimbers football games,” said Sparks, who is also runs the local sports website OlySports.com. “And we can’t wait to bring some of the best games between South Sound teams back to the airwaves in the Olympia area.”

In total, KMAS will broadcast five Shelton games and feature Capital and Olympia twice and Tumwater, Timberline, North Thurston and Black Hills once with one week of games yet to be determined.

All games can be heard live on 1030 AM and 104.1 FM and can be streamed worldwide on kmas.com or the TuneIn Radio app on a smartphone.


2014 High School Football Broadcast Schedule on KMAS

Sept. 5 – MASON COUNTY CUP: Shelton vs. North Mason – Highclimbers Stadium
Sept. 12 – Capital vs. Olympia – Ingersoll Stadium
Sept. 19 – Shelton vs. Foss – Highclimbers Stadium
Sept. 26 – Timberline @ Olympia – Ingersoll Stadium
Oct. 3 – Shelton vs. Wilson – Highclimbers Stadium
Oct. 10 – TBD
Oct. 17 – Shelton vs. North Thurston – Highclimbers Stadium
Oct. 24 – Tumwater vs. Black Hills – Tumwater Stadium
Oct. 31 – Shelton @ Capital – Ingersoll Stadium
Week 10 and playoffs: TBD

All games kick off at 7:00 PM with the pregame show beginning at 6:45.

2013-2014 Prep Sports Recap

The high school sports season wrapped up on Saturday so let’s take a look at how everybody fared this season.

There was one team state titles this year, brought home by the Northwest Christian girls cross country team, which shouldn’t be a surprise considering they’ve won eight straight 2B titles.  A few teams took second place in state: Capital volleyball and boys soccer, Timberline girls bowling, Tumwater football and girls track and field.

For individuals, Brooke Feldmeier led the way with three state titles. The Ole Miss bound Tumwater senior won 2A titles in the 100 meter hurdles, the 200 meter dash and the 400 meter dash.

Four individuals won multiple state titles. Capital junior Ryan Chase won two 2A titles for long jump and triple jump, Northwest Christian senior Karen Bulger took 2B titles in javelin and shot put, River Ridge junior Dejuan Frye won the 400 meter dash and was part of the first place 4×100 meter relay team and Tumwater sophomore Peyton Russell took home titles in long jump and triple jump.

And area wrestlers didn’t fare too bad. Jake Grantham took home the 3A 220 pound weight class title for North Thurston, Rochester’s Lucas Eastman won a 1A title in the 152 pound class, Yelm’s Darren Harris won the 4A 120 pound class title and Tumwater’s Megan Johnson won the 155 pound girls title.

Below are all the league champions, teams that participated in state tournaments and individuals that placed 5th place or higher. State champions are in italics.

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Black Hills

2A Evergreen Conference Champions: Girls Soccer, Girls Bowling

Girls Soccer: Round of 16
Track & Field:
Sarah McGee – Girls Pole Vault – 4th Place
Gerald Riley – Boys High Jump – 5th Place
Mitch Stone, Mark Melendres, Nick Knittle, Dawun Ray – Boys 4×100 Meter Relay – 5th Place
Katie Zeldenrust, Lauren Furu, Sydney Sauls, Ashley Robbins – Girls 4×100 Meter Relay – 5th Place

Capital

2A Evergreen Conference Champions: Volleyball (tie), Boys Golf, Boys Tennis, Boys Swimming, Boys Soccer, Girls Golf

Volleyball: 2nd Place
Girls Cross Country: Lauren Pierson – 5th Place
Girls Swimming:
Janessa Schulte, Jada Pearson, Madeline Hoffman, Jessica Eidenmuller – 200 Yard Freestyle Relay – Champions and 400 Yard Freestyle Relay – 3rd Place
Jada Pearson – 50 Yard Freestyle – 4th Place
Madeline Hoffman – 100 Yard Butterfly – 4th Place
Boys Soccer: 2nd Place
Softball: Quarterfinals
Boys Tennis: Ty Gentry – Champion
Travis Miller and Doug Doenge – 4th Place
Track & Field:
Ryan Chase – Boys Long Jump and Boys Triple Jump – Champion
Payton McGuin – Girls 800 Meter – 5th Place
Ben Monk – Boys 3200 Meter – 5th Place
Lauren Pierson – Girls 3200 Meter – 3rd Place

North Thurston

3A Narrows League Champions: Girls Swimming, Boys Swimming and Dive, Baseball (regular season)

Wrestling: Jake Grantham – Boys 220 – Champion
Boys Diving:
Tanner Holmes – 1 Meter – 3rd Place
David Wolf – 1 Meter – 5th Place
Baseball: Round of 16
Track & Field: James Jasperson – Boys 800 Meter – 4th Place

Northwest Christian

2B Pacific League Champions: Volleyball

Boys Cross Country: Luke Schilter – 2nd Place
Girls Cross Country: Team – Champions
Kiersten Kimminau – 3rd Place
Anna Brooks – 4th Place
Track & Field: Girls Team – 2nd Place
Luke Schilter – Boys 1600 Meter – 3rd Place
Jonathon Davis – Boys 3200 Meter – 4th Place
Kiersten Kimminau – Girls 1600 Meter (5th Place) and 3200 Meter (4th Place)
Anna Brooks – Girls 3200 Meter – 3rd Place
Heidi Sowers – 300 Meter Hurdles – 2nd Place
Abby McSheffrey – 300 Meter Hurdles – 5th Place
Elizabeth Stottlemyre, Hannah Gabel, Heidi Sowers, Abby McSheffrey – Girls 4×400 Meter Relay – 4th Place
Karen Bulger – Girls Shot Put and Javelin – Champion
Elizabeth Stottlemyer – Girls Javelin – 5th Place

Olympia

4A Narrows League Champions: Softball (regular season), Girls Tennis

Girls soccer: 3rd Place
Wrestling: Logan Pine – Boys 138 – 5th Place
Boys Tennis: Will Berghoff and Kyle Wooten – 5th Place

Rainier

Track & Field: Peyton Dungan – Girls Shot Put – 5th Place

River Ridge

Wrestling:
Daniel Montesa – Boys 132 – 5th Place
Elijah Camacho – Boys 160 – 2nd Place
Track & Field: Boys Team – 3rd Place
Sean Roberts – Boys Shot Put – 4th Place
Dejuan Frye – Boys 400 Meter (Champion), Boys 100 Meter (5th Place) and Boys 200 Meter (3rd Place)
Michael Key, Ika Morton, Chris Leiba, Dejuan Frye – Boys 4×100 Meter Relay – Champion

Rochester

1A Evergreen Conference Champions: Baseball, Girls Soccer

Girls soccer: Round of 16
Wresting: Lucas Eastman – Boys 152 – Champion
Baseball: 3rd Place
Boys Golf: Deric Hawes – 5th Place
Track & Field:
Cody Triana – Boys 110 Meter Hurdles – Champion
Kendra Sanford – Girls 100 Meter Hurdles – 5th Place

Shelton

3A Narrows League Champions: Boys Tennis, Girls Tennis

Baseball: Round of 16

Tenino

1A Evergreen Conference Champions: Football

Football: Round of 16
Baseball: Round of 16

Timberline

3A Narrows League Champions: Football, Volleyball, Baseball (tournament), Boys Golf, Girls Golf, Girls Soccer

Volleyball: 7th Place
Girls Bowling: 2nd Place
Baseball: Round of 16
Track & Field: Javon Watson – Boys Triple Jump – 3rd Place

Tumwater

2A Evergreen Champions: Football, Volleyball (tie), Baseball

Football: 2nd Place
Volleyball: 6th Place
Wrestling: Megan Johnson – Girls 155 – Champion
Baseball: 3rd Place
Softball: Round of 16
Boys Tennis: David Granero – 5th Place
Girls Golf: Kayla Monroe – 4th Place
Track & Field: Girls Team – 2nd Place
Lauren Ericks – Girls 1600 Meter – 4th Place
Peyton Russell – Girls Triple Jump and Long Jump – Champion
Brooke Feldmeier – Girls 100 Meter Hurdles, 200 Meter and 400 Meter – Champion
Emma Furth – Girls Long Jump – 4th Place

Yelm

Wrestling:
Shanelle Berry – Girls 235 – 2nd Place
Darren Harris – Boys 120 – Champion
Brandon Rochester – Boys 152 – 3rd Place
Track & Field: James Rodeman – Boys 110 Meter Hurdles – 4th Place

Weekend Scores: T-Birds Advance to Yakima; Bears, Blazers, Rams Fall

High school baseball
3A State Tournament Regionals

First Round: O’Dea 7, North Thurston 1 – Rams eliminated
First Round: Bainbridge 2, Timberline 1 – Blazers eliminatedPHOTO GALLERY


2A State Tournament Regionals

First Round: Tumwater 3, White River 1 – PHOTO GALLERY
Quarterfinals: Tumwater 8, Centralia 1 – T-Birds advancePHOTO GALLERY


High school softball

4A District 3/4 Tournament

First Round: Olympia 6, Thomas Jefferson 3
Second Round: Puyallup 4, Olympia 2
Loser-out: Tahoma 8, Olympia 3 – Bears eliminated


3A District 3/4 Tournament

First Round: North Thurston 6, Peninsula 5
Second Round: Mountain View 4, Timberline 1
Second Round: Enumclaw 8, North Thurston 0
Loser-out: Aurburn Mountainview 15, North Thurston 12 – Rams eliminated
Loser-out: Timberline 6, Peninsula 5
Loser-out: Timberline 6, Wilson 2
Loser-out/Winner-to-state: Bonney Lake 11, Timberline 8 – Blazers eliminated

PHOTO GALLERY: Bainbridge Edges Blazers in Regionals

(Click any image to go to gallery and see full size)

Matt Mercer was fantastic for Timberline but Bainbridge’s Brett Green was just a little bit better on the mound and at the plate. Green gave up just one run on five hits over six innings and drove in a pair of runs in Bainbridge’s 2-1 win in the 3A state regionals at Wheeler Field in Centralia. Mercer went six innings allowing just four hits while striking out seven batters. The Blazers finished the season at 23-3.

Today (5/24): State Baseball, District Softball, Derby and Racing

Schedule for Saturday, May 24th

High school baseball
3A State Tournament Regionals
North Thurston vs. O’Dea – Bannerwood Park, Bellevue – 1:00 PM
Timberline vs. Bainbridge – Wheeler Field, Centralia – 1:00 PM

The Rams, the 3A Narrows League regular season champs, survived three loser-out games in the District 3/4 tourney and draws an extremely tough match-up in O’Dea, the Metro League champion with a 21-2 overall record. The winner will face either Columbia River or Mountlake Terrace on Saturday afternoon.

Timberline knocked off North Thurston in the Narrows League championship game and won three straight games in districts to take the #1 seed to state. The 23-2 Blazers will face Bainbridge at 1:00 in Centralia with the winner moving on to face either Mt. Si or Shorewood at 4:00.

2A State Tournament Regionals
Tumwater vs. White River – WF West HS – 10:00 AM

The T-Birds (20-4 overall) took third in the District 4 tournament after a loss to WF West and an elimination game win over Capital. They face the #2 seed out of District 3, White River (19-5 overall) in the morning game in Chehalis. The winner will face Klahowya or Centralia in the next round at 4:00.


High school softball

4A District 3/4 Tournament
Olympia vs. Thomas Jefferson – Kent Service Ballfields – 1:00 PM

The Bears open district play against a Thomas Jefferson team that is 11-10 overall and has lost three straight games. The winner will face either Battle Ground or Puyallup in the quarterfinals at 5:00 PM while the loser faces the loser of that game in a loser-out game also at 5:00.


3A District 3/4 Tournament

North Thurston vs. Peninsula – Sprinker Recreation Center, Spanaway – Noon
Timberline vs. Mountain View/Auburn Mountainview – Sprinker, Spanaway – 4:00 PM

The Rams face a 9-10 Peninsula team at noon. The winner faces Enumclaw in the next round while the loser will face either Timberline, Mountain View or Auburn Mountainview in a loser-out game at 6:00 PM

The Blazers get a first round bye and will face the winner of Mountain View/Auburn Mountainview. If they win, they qualify for state and will next play on Saturday. If they lose, they fall into a loser-out game against either North Thurston or Peninsula at 6:00.


Roller derby

JBLM Bettie Brigade May-Hem Doubleheader – Bettie Bunker, Lacey – 6:00 PM

The JBLM Bettie Brigade hosts a pair of interleague bouts followed by a concert featuring Mach Society, Mosquito Hawk and Buffalo Skies to raise money for improvements to their Lacey home, the Bettie Bunker. Tickets are $12 at the door. For more information, click here.


Auto racing – Weather permitting

Street, Mini and Hobby Stocks, Vintage Modifieds, Stinger 8’s – South Sound Speedway – 6:30 PM

Today (5/23): Cougs Face Kingston in State Semis; District Softball

Schedule for Friday, May 23rd

Boys soccer
2A State Tournament Semifinals
Capital vs. Kingston – North Kitsap Stadium, Poulsbo – 7:00 PM

Capital, who were overtime winners in the first round, now take on a Kingston team that knocked off Orting with a 4-3 shootout win. It’s a match-up of two 2-loss teams. The Cougars, the #5 team in the state according to Scoreczar, moved to 19-2 with their 1-0 win over Anacortes and have now outscored their opponents 73-10. Meanwhile, the Buccaneers, #3 ranked by Scoreczar, have put up 77 goals while allowing just eight en route to 18 wins.

The winner will face the winner of the Sedro Wooley/Archbishop Murphy game in the state semifinals on May 30th at Sunset Chevy Stadium in Sumner.


High school softball – Weather permitting

4A District 3/4 Tournament Postponed until Saturday
Olympia vs. Thomas Jefferson – Kent Service Ballfields – 1:00 PM

The Bears open district play against a Thomas Jefferson team that is 11-10 overall and has lost three straight games. The winner will face either Battle Ground or Puyallup in the quarterfinals at 5:00 PM while the loser faces the loser of that game in a loser-out game also at 5:00.


3A District 3/4 Tournament
Postponed until Saturday
North Thurston vs. Peninsula – Sprinker Recreation Center, Spanaway – Noon
Timberline vs. Mountain View/Auburn Mountainview – Sprinker, Spanaway – 4:00 PM

The Rams face a 9-10 Peninsula team at noon. The winner faces Enumclaw in the next round while the loser will face either Timberline, Mountain View or Auburn Mountainview in a loser-out game at 6:00 PM

The Blazers get a first round bye and will face the winner of Mountain View/Auburn Mountainview. If they win, they qualify for state and will next play on Saturday. If they lose, they fall into a loser-out game against either North Thurston or Peninsula at 6:00.


2A District 4 Tournament

Loser-out: Tumwater vs. Centralia – Fort Borst Park, Centralia – 4:00 PM
Championship: Capital vs. WF West – Fort Borst Park, Centralia – 6:00 PM

Tumwater, the clear second place team from the 2A EvCo, now needs two wins to make it to state. They take on Centralia in a loser-out game at 4:00 and then will face the winner of the RA Long/Ridgefield game in a winner-to-state/loser-out game at 6:00.

Can Capital continue to knock off the heavy hitters? They have already qualified for state but can make a bold statement with a win in the District 4 championship game at 6:00 PM.

High School Soccer and Baseball Brackets

It’s time for some regional baseball and soccer action. Capital soccer and the Timberline, North Thurston and Tumwater baseball teams remain alive and if we expand to the surrounding communities we find Shelton, Tenino and Rochester still playing.

Here are the brackets and matchups for soccer and baseball. Soccer kicks off on Tuesday while baseball has to wait until Saturday to get underway.

Boys soccer

2A-Boys-Soccer

2A tournament – Tuesday, May 20th:

Capital vs. Anacortes – Oak Harbor HS – 7:30 PM


Baseball

3A-Baseball-Bracket

3A tournament – Saturday, May 24th:

North Thurston vs. O’Dea – Bannerwood Park, Bellevue – 10:00 AM
Timberline vs. Bainbridge Island – Wheeler Field, Centralia – 1:00 PM
Shelton vs. West Seattle – Dream Field, Mount Vernon – 10:00 AM

2A-baseball-bracket

2A tournament – Saturday, May 24th:

Tumwater vs. White River – WF West HS – 10:00 AM

1A-baseball-bracket

1A tournament – Saturday, May 24th:

Tenino vs. South Whidbey – Castle Rock HS – 10:00 AM
Rochester vs. Coupeville – Volunteer Park, Anacortes – 10:00 AM

Monday Scores: Navs Fall in District Opener; Bears Blank Climbers

High school baseball
2B District 4 tournament

Adna 10, Northwest Christian 4
Northwest Christian (12-6 overall)

With the 10-4 loss to Adna in the first round of the 2B District 4 tournament, Northwest Christian falls into a loser-out game on Tuesday against Toutle Lake at Adna at 5:30 PM.

High school softball

Tumwater 11, River Ridge 1
T-Birds (13-3 2A EvCo), Hawks (0-14 2A EvCo)
Centralia 5, Capital 2
Tigers (10-5 2A EvCo), Cougars (7-7 2A EvCo)
North Thurston 20, Lincoln 5
Rams (9-2 3A Narrows), Abes (1-10 3A Narrows)


Boys soccer

Olympia 1, Shelton 0
Bears (9-4-2 overall), Highclimbers (9-3-3 overall)

Ian Hess scored the lone goal of the game and Olympia blanked Shelton, the 3A Narrows League’s highest scoring offense, in a 1-0 non-league win.

Wilson 4, Timberline 0
Rams (10-2-0 3A Narrows), Blazers (3-8-1 3A Narrows)
Mount Tahoma 3, North Thurston 0
T-Birds (6-6 3A Narrows), Rams (3-9-0 3A Narrows)

Friday Scores: Saints Season Ends; Blazers Take Narrows; Cougs Advance

College baseball
GNAC Championships

Western Oregon 4, Saint Martin’s 2 – Box score
MONMOUTH, OR 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
SMU (18-29) 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0
WOU (30-19) 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 X 4 4 3
W: Spenser Watkins (7-3) L: Zach Carter (6-4) SV: Jesse Pratt (3)
Central Washington 2, Saint Martin’s 0 – Box score
MONMOUTH, OR 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
SMU (18-30) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 2
CWU (29-18) 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 X 2 6 0
W: Brandon Williams (9-3) L: Josh Moss (3-10)

The Saint Martin’s baseball team’s season came to an end on Friday afternoon after their 2-0 loss to Central Washington dropped them to 0-2 at the GNAC Championships. Earlier in day, the Saints fell 4-2 to the host Western Oregon.

Both starting pitchers for the Saints pitched well. Zach Carter gave up four earned runs on four hits over eight innings in game one against the Wolves and Josh Moss allowed just two unearned runs over eight innings in game two.

The Saints finished their season at 18-30 overall.


High school baseball

Narrows League Tournament championship game

Timberline 8, North Thurston 1
Blazers (#2 seed), Rams (#1 seed)

Timberline scored two runs in the first, three runs in the second and three more runs in the third to build an 8-0 lead and Brandon Olson threw a two hitter to lead the Blazers to an 8-1 win over North Thurston in the 3A Narrows League championship game. With the win, the Blazers get the #1 seed to districts and earn a first round bye. They next play on Wednesday at 7:00 PM in Tacoma. The Rams will face a loser-out game on Tuesday at 7:00 at Heidelberg Park in Tacoma.

Boys soccer

District 4 Playoffs

Capital 5, Black Hills 2
Goals: CAP – El-Sokkary (2), O’Neill (2), Castillo-Lopez  BH – Duff, Cutler

Nigel El-Sokkary and Kellan O’Neill each scored two goals and Capital opened up districts with a 5-2 win over Black Hills at Ingersoll Stadium. The Cougars will face the winner of Saturday’s Centralia/Hockinson game on Tuesday night while the Wolves will get the loser of that game.

College softball

Centralia 17, SPSCC 2 – Box score
LACEY 1 2 3 4 5 R H E
SPSCC (0-19 WEST) 1 0 0 1 0 2 3 4
Centralia (17-2 WEST) 7 3 2 5 X 17 18 0
W: Kalynn Randt (13-5) L: Amanda Rupright (0-28)
Centralia 15, SPSCC 1 – Box score
LACEY 1 2 3 4 5 R H E
Centralia (18-2 WEST) 4 1 4 5 1 15 14 0
SPSCC (0-20 WEST) 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 6
W: Brooke Williams (13-5) L: Amanda Rupright (0-29)


International Basketball League

Bellingham Slam 139, Olympia Reign 106 – Box score
BELLINGHAM 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
REIGN (0-1 IBL) 23 26 21 36 106
SLAM (2-2 IBL) 35 31 28 45 139
OLY: Kyle Calhoun – 29 points, Virgil Matthews – 23 points
BELL: Nick Moore – 31 points, Blake Poole 21 points, 18 rebounds

The Olympia Reign made their debut in Bellingham but it was an Evergreen grad and a Saint Martin’s grad that starred for the Slam in their 139-106 win. Ex-Greener Nick Moore scored 31 points and Saints great Blake Poole scored 21 and pulled down 18 boards in the win.

2013-2014 Geoduck Kyle Calhoun led the Reign with 29 points and Virgil Matthews added 23 in the loss.

The two teams were set to meet in Olympia on Saturday but the game has been cancelled because of some kind of problem at the Sound Sound Sports Center in Tumwater.

Thursday Scores: Bears Baseball Falls in Extras; Rams Soccer Tops Abes

High school baseball
Narrows League Tournament

Central Kitsap 7, Olympia 6 (8 innings)
Cougars (#5 seed), Bears (#3 seed)

Olympia came back from 5-2 and 6-5 deficits to take the game to extra innings but the #5 seed Central Kitsap knocked off the #3 seed Bears 7-6 in eight innings. Both teams move on to districts with the Cougars taking the #3 spot and the Bears taking the #4.

Boys soccer

Bellarmine 2, Olympia 0
Lions (6-3-1 4A Narrows), Bears (6-4-2 4A Narrows)
North Thurston 3, Lincoln 2
Rams (3-7-0 3A Narrows), Abes (0-11 3A Narrows)
Mount Tahoma 2, Timberline 1
T-Birds (4-6-0 3A Narrows), Blazers (3-7-1 3A Narrows)
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