Tuesday scoreboard: T-Birds baseball advances, Blazers, Navs seasons end; Cougars soccer ends Hawks season
High school baseball
4A West Central/Southwest Bi-District tournament
Puyallup 7, Olympia 1
Olympia fell into the consolation bracket with their 7-1 loss to Puyallup in Kent on Tuesday night. Leif Hansen went 2-for-3 and Joey Knight had a pair of hits and the lone RBI for the Bears. They will face Union on Wednesday at Heritage Park in Puyallup in a loser-out game.
3A West Central/Southwest Bi-District tournament
Bonney Lake 4, Timberline 3 (9 innings)
Timberline’s season came to an end on Tuesday night at Heidelberg Park in Tacoma with a 4-3 extra innings loss to Bonney Lake. The Blazers were 17-5 this season but lost three straight games after winning the Narrows League regular season title.
2A District IV tournament
Tumwater 4, Hockinson 1
WF West 1, Capital 0
Garrett Terrell struck out eight and Anthony Correia went 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles and two runs scored to lead Tumwater to a 4-1 win over Hockinson in the opening round of the 2A District IV tournament. The T-Birds move on to play Mark Morris tomorrow in a winner-to-state game at WF West High School in Chehalis at 6:00 PM.
Tom Kerr went six innings giving up just one run while striking out seven, but that one run was enough for WF West to knock Capital into the consolation bracket with a 1-0 win. The Cougars face a loser-out game tomorrow in Centralia.
2B District IV tournament
Mossyrock 10, Northwest Christian 5
Northwest Christian’s season came to an end with a 10-5 loss to Mossyrock in Adna.
2A District IV tournament (loser-out)
Capital 1, River Ridge 0
Capital barely kept their season alive tonight with a 1-0 win over River Ridge at Ingersoll Stadium. The Cougars will travel to Aberdeen on Thursday for another loser-out game.
Narrows League regular season
Mount Tahoma 2, North Thurston 1
Gig Harbor 6, Timberline 0
Bellarmine 5, Olympia 0
North Thurston’s Kenny Heo scored a late goal but Mount Tahoma held on for a 2-1 win at South Sound Stadium. The Rams’ loss, combined with Shelton’s 3-3 tie with Wilson, means that the top four teams in the 3A Narrows League finished with seven wins. Wilson finishes at 7-3-2 while Mount Tahoma, Shelton and North Thurston are all 7-4-1. Mount Tahoma swept North Thurston, while the Rams split with Shelton, and Shelton and Mount Tahoma split. More than likely, this means that the seeds break down like this for districts: #1 Wilson, #2 Mount Tahoma, #3 Shelton, #4 North Thurston. If that is the case, the Rams would play Bonney Lake in Auburn on Saturday night.
High school softball
Tumwater 15, River Ridge 0
Centralia 17, Capital 1
For the second straight day, Tumwater knocked off River Ridge 15-0. And for the second straight day, Kayleen Glasgo picked up the win in the circle and went 2-for-2 with two runs and two RBIs.
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