Category Archives: Thurston County Mayhem
|Puyallup Nation Kings 64, Thurston County Mayhem 14|
|Hawks Prairie Cardinals 8, Tumwater Brewers 2|
|W: Garrison Becker | L: Wesley Stolze|
|Olympia Athletics 4, West Olympia Linx 3|
|W: Josh Sontag | L: Alexander Weymiller|
|Nisqually Silvers 8, Olympia Athletics 1|
|W: Benton Schweinfurth | L: Andrew Rossman|
|Kitsap Bluejackets 7, Thurston County Senators 3|
2A State Championship Game
|Squalicum 4, Capital 0 – Photo Gallery and recap|
|Storm (21-0-2 overall), Cougars (21-3 overall)|
High school baseball
2A State 3rd/4th Place Game
|Tumwater 5, Anacortes 1|
|T-Birds (23-5 overall), Seahawks (20-6 overall)|
After a 10-1 loss to Lake Washington on Friday to end their championship hopes, Tumwater scored two runs in the first inning and added three insurance runs in the top of the seventh and claimed the third place trophy with a 5-1 win over Anacortes at Yakima County Stadium.
Elijah Hill got the win on the mound for the T-Birds, who finished the season at 23-5 overall.
High school softball
2A State Consolation Round
|Anacortes 7, Tumwater 4|
|Seahawks (20-9 overall), T-Birds (20-6 overall)|
An Anacortes six run sixth inning proved fatal for Tumwater as they fell 7-4 to the Seahawks in the consolation round of the 2A state tournament in Selah. The T-Birds finished their season at 20-6 overall.
|Thurston County Mayhem 20, Snohomish County Thunder 7|
|Mayhem (1-1 WWFA)|
Anthony Parks rushed for two touchdowns and Webster Fepuleai scored a defensive touchdown to lead the Thurston County Mayhem to their first win in team history, 20-7 over the Snohomish County Thunder at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
|Renton Ravens 54, Washington Cavaliers 0|
|Cavaliers (0-2 WWFA)|
IN: The Thurston County Mayhem semi-pro football team will take residence in Lacey for four or five games this season. Their first game is scheduled for May 17th at 6:00 PM at their home field at South Sound Stadium against the Northwest Cardinals.
The team will be coached by owner and founder James King, who was named the Western Washington Football Alliance coach of the year after guiding the Washington Cavaliers to the WWFA championship in 2013. King and his coaching staff will be holding a combine for prospective players on Saturday, February 8th from 1:00 to 3:00 PM with registration beginning at noon.
For more information, visit the the Thurston County Mayhem website.
IN: Speaking of semi-pro football and the WWFA, the aforementioned Washington Cavaliers will play their entire home schedule at Tumwater High School this season. The nomadic team has been based in the Centralia area for the last couple of years and has played all over Southwest Washington including previous stints at Tumwater Stadium and South Sound Stadium.
The Cavaliers named Chris Potts to replace King as their new head coach and will get the jump on the Mayhem with their own combine on Saturday, January 25th from noon to 2:oo PM at Tumwater Stadium.
They will kick off their 2014 home season on June 7th against the Snohomish County Vikings and will face the Mayhem on July 12th.
For more info, visit their website (WARNING: horrible Midi version of “We Are the Champions” on auto-play).
OUT: Last week, The Olympian reported that Black Hills head football coach Dominic Yarrington would not have his contract renewed and is out after just one season at the helm of the Wolves.
Yarrington has been on paid leave from his teaching position at Black Hills since December while an “incident” is investigated. The Eli Sports Network reports that the incident was an “unfortunate relationship” with a parent of a player involving “inappropriate activity on school grounds between adults”.
OUT: Timberline senior and University of Washington basketball signee Donaven Dorsey broke his ankle on Friday night in a 65-38 loss at Lincoln and might be out for the season, reports The Olympian. Dorsey was supposed to see a orthopedic specialist on Monday to determine if surgery would be needed but Meg Wochnick tweeted that he was unable to do so, likely because Monday was Martin Luther King Jr. Day.