Today (5/26): T-Birds face Bearcats for state championship
2A WIAA state championship game
Tumwater vs. WF West – Yakima County Stadium – 1:00 PM
How hot are the T-Birds? Since losing three straight games on April 15th, 16th and 17th to fall to 7-6 on the season, Tumwater has gone 10-1 including wins over Fife, North Kitsap and defending state champion Archbishop Murphy in the state tournament.
Today in the 2A state championship game at Yakima County Stadium, they get the one team that has handed them a loss over their streak, WF West. In fact, the Bearcats have dropped Tumwater four times this season by a combined score of 21-5. Two games were close, a 1-0 decision on March 22nd and a 7-4 game on April 17th.
WF West comes into the game at 22-3, their only losses came to Aberdeen on March 18th, Olympia on March 23rd and a big surprise loss to River Ridge on April 18th. Since dropping Tumwater 5-1 in the district title game, the Bearcats have knocked off Olympic, Centralia and Clarkston to get to the title game.
The game can be heard on both the Eli Sports Network and KELA at 1:00 PM.
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