Today (1/15): Rams Battle Blazers, Oly Hosts Central Kitsap; SPSCC Doubleheader


Oly’s Khalil Matheney

Boys basketball
Timberline @ North Thurston – North Thurston HS – 7:00 PM
Olympia vs. Central Kitsap – Olympia HS – 7:00 PM

The crosstown Lacey rivalry heats up tonight when Timberline travels to North Thurston for a 3A Narrows League matchup. Though the two teams seem like they are on different levels, the two teams are actually separated by just a half game in the league standings and are fighting for third or fourth place in league.

Olympia and Central Kitsap each have just one 4A Narrows League win and are both coming off of games against Bellarmine. Last Wednesday, Central Kitsap picked up their first win of the league season with a 52-41 win over the Lions while the Bears got spanked by the Lions 54-35 on Friday.

Girls basketball

North Thurston @ Timberline – Timberline HS – 7:00 PM

North Thurston heads to Mullen Road to take on Timberline tonight with just a half game separating the two teams in the 3A Narrows League standings. The Blazers are 3-1 and tied with Lincoln for second place while the Rams are just behind them at 3-2.

Men’s and women’s basketball

Women: SPSCC vs. Centralia – SPSCC Gym – 6:00 PM
Men: SPSCC vs. Centralia – SPSCC Gym – 8:00 PM

The South Puget Sound basketball teams continue their busy week when they host Centralia in doubleheader action at the SPSCC Gym.

The South Puget Sound women knocked off Grays Harbor on Monday night to move to 2-3 in the NWAACC West thanks to double-digit scoring from four Clippers. Meanwhile, the Centralia women come into the game at 3-1 in the NWAACC West and are coming off of their first league loss, a 55-48 defeat at Highline on Monday.

It has been a struggle for both the SPSCC and Centralia men this season with just two wins between the two programs. The Clippers are 1-4 in the NWAACC West while Centralia is 1-3. Northwest Christian’s Zach Carras is on the Centralia roster, but has played in only five games and not since January 2nd. He is averaging 18 points in the games that he played.

Posted on January 15, 2014, in Basketball, College, High school, North Thurston HS, Olympia HS, South Puget Sound CC, Timberline HS. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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