Category Archives: Tumwater HS

Tuesday Scores: Sanders Perfect in Clippers Win

Men’s Basketball

SPSCC 104, Concordia JV 83 – Box Score
SPSCC Gym 1st 2nd Final
Cavaliers 32 51 83
Clippers (1-2 overall) 56 48 104

Timberline alum Elijah Sanders had a perfect night going 9-of-9 from the floor and 2-of-2 from the free throw line to lead South Puget Sound with 20 points in a 104-83 win over Concordia University’s JV basketball team.  Sanders also pulled down five rebounds and collected four blocks.

Nick Springer almost matched Sanders perfection going 5-of-6 from the floor including a perfect 3-of-3 from behind the the three point line and a pair of free throws for 15 points. The Clippers shot 59% from the field on the night. D’Ron Kyle (12 points) and Jonathan Roberts (11) also scored in double digits in the win.


Girls Basketball

Black Hills 59, North Thurston 44
BH: 1-0 overall | NT: 0-1 overall

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Timberline 60, Emerald Ridge 50
TIM: 1-0 overall | ER: 0-1 overall

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WF West 53, River Ridge 29
WFW: 1-0 overall | RR: 0-1 overall


Boys Basketball

North Thurston 64, WF West 54
NT: 1-0 overall | WFW: 0-1 overall

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Black Hills 70, Bremerton 45
BH: 1-0 overall | BREM: 0-1 overall

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Kentridge 54, Olympia 39
KENT: 1-0 overall | OLY: 0-1 overall
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Saturday Scores: Saints Take Rematch With Cavs; T-Birds Fall in Semis

Men’s Basketball

Saint Martin’s 73, Concordia 72 – Box Score
Portland, OR 1st 2nd Final
Saints (2-5 overall) 26 47 73
Cavaliers (8-1 overall) 31 41 72

Brent Counts scored 12 points and Trey Ingram, Ryan Rogers and Tyler Copp each added 11 to give Saint Martin’s a 73-72 road win over Concordia on Saturday night. Copp hit a pair of free throws with four seconds left to give the Saints a four point win and seal the win despite a last second three pointer by the Cavaliers. It was the first loss of the season for Concordia, who beat the Saints 85-68 on November 18th.


Women’s Basketball

University of Tampa 72, Saint Martin’s 59 – Box Score
Bellingham, WA 1st 2nd Final
Saints (2-4 overall) 29 30 59
Spartans (5-1 overall) 35 37 72

Krista Stabler and Liz Mills each scored 15 points but the Saints couldn’t hold off the #6 team in the nation in a 72-59 loss to the University of Tampa at the Lynda Goodrich Classic at Western Washington University. Brooke Paulson chipped in nine points and led the Saints with seven rebounds in the loss.


High School Football

2A State Semifinals

Sedro-Wooley 28, Tumwater 27
Tacoma, WA 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
T-Birds (12-1 overall) 0 7 14 6 27
Cubs (12-1 overall) 7 7 7 7 28

Ian Saner scored the first three touchdowns for Tumwater and Griffin Shea punched in the final TD but Elijah Hill missed the ensuing PAT and Sedro-Wooley blocked a last second 41 yard field goal to hold on to a 28-27 win over the T-Birds in the 2A state semifinals at the Tacoma Dome. The T-Birds finished the season at 12-1, one game short of another rematch with Lynden in the title game.


Boys Basketball

Aberdeen 62, Capital 56
ABER: 1-0 overall | CAP: 0-1 overall

Today (11/29): T-Birds in Tacoma

Today (11/14): State Tournament Time

Schedule for Friday, November 14th

High School Volleyball
4A State Tournament
Olympia vs. Skyline – Marcus Pavilion – 3:15 PM

3A State Tournament
Capital beat Ferndale, 3-0, at 8:00 AM
North Thurston lost to Soutridge, 3-0, at 8:00 AM
North Thurston vs. Bellevue/Lakeside – Marcus Pavilion – 3:15 PM (loser-out)
Capital vs. Eastside Catholic – Marcus Pavilion – 5:15 PM

2A State Tournament
Tumwater vs. Steilacoom – Pierce College – 11:45 AM

Girls Soccer
4A State Quarterfinals
Olympia vs. Skyline – Ingersoll Stadium – 7:00 PM

High School Football
Tumwater vs. Fife – Tumwater Stadium – 7:00 PM

Thursday Scores: Saints Top Saints; Oly, Black Hills Soccer Survives

Women’s Basketball

Saint Martin’s 66, Carroll 58
Marcus Pavilion 1st 2nd Final
Carroll Saints 33 33 66
Saint Martin’s Saints 33 25 58

Liz Mills scored 18 points and Krista Stabler added 16 in Saint Martin’s 66-58 exhibition win over Carroll College on Thursday night at Marcus Pavilion.

A three pointer by Mike Robinson with 10:54 left in the first half gave Carroll their largest lead of the game at 19-13. But Saint Martin’s battled back and the two teams took a tie into the locker room at 33.

SMU struck first in the second half on a layup by Krista Stabler but Katie Estey’s three a minute later gave Carroll the lead at 36-35, the last lead that Caroll would hold. They would tie it up at 41 but a 6-0 run capped off by Brooke Paulson’s jumper with 11:04 left put Saint Martin’s up for good. Mills twice gave SMU a nine point lead, once at the 4:10 mark and again with 1:14 left to play.

Elin Johansson scored 11 points and pulled down seven boards in her debut at Marcus Pavilion. Mills added seven rebounds to her game high 18 points and Stabler led the way with six assists.

Bailey Snelling scored 17 points for Carroll including 13 in the first half. Cassidy Hashley added 11 points and seven rebounds. The Saints of Carroll hit nine three pointers while the Saints of Saint Martin’s went 0-for-7 from long distance.

The Saints return to Marcus Pavilion on Wednesday, November 5th to take on Northwest Christian at 6:00 PM.


Men’s Basketball

University of Washington 88, Saint Martin’s 65
Seattle, WA 1st 2nd Final
Saints 27 38 65
Huskies 44 44 88

Timberline alum Donaven Dorsey scored 11 points in his University of Washington debut and the Huskies knocked off Saint Martin’s 88-65 in an exhibition game at Hec Edmundson Pavilion in Seattle. Dorsey went 4-for-7 from the field and pulled down two rebounds in 13 minutes off the bench.

Tyler Copp led the Saints with 14 points and Tyler Idowu added 10 points including a couple PAC-12 level slam dunks.  Isaac Bianchini hit three three pointers for nine points and Riley Carel had seven points, seven rebounds and five assists in the loss.

Next up for Saint Martin’s is another Divison I exhibition on Saturday when they travel to Missoula to take on Montana.


College Volleyball

Western Washington 3, Saint Martin’s 0 – Box Score
Bellingham, WA 1 2 3
Vikings (11-4 GNAC, 18-6 overall) (3) 25 25 25
Saints (4-23 GNAC, 1-14 overall) (3) 17 9 14
SMU: Brenna Peterson – 12 assists


Girls Soccer

4A Bi-District Tournament (winner to state, loser out)
Olympia 1, Todd Beamer 0

3A Bi-District Tournament (loser out)
Prairie 3, Capital 0 – Capital eliminated
Auburn Mountainview 3, North Thurston 0 – NT eliminated

2A District 4 Tournament (loser out)
Black Hills 3, Tumwater 2 – Tumwater eliminated


High School Volleyball

2A District 4 Tournament (double elimination)
Tumwater 3, Mark Morris 0 (25-11, 25-13, 25-20)
Woodland 3, Black Hills 0 (25-14, 25-21, 25-14)
Mark Morris 3, Black Hills 1 (25-13, 24-26, 25-12, 25-18) – BH eliminated


High School Football (week 10, non-playoffs)

North Thurston 44, Yelm 28

Today (11/6): Saints Women Open Home Schedule; District Soccer and Volleyball

Schedule for Thursday, November 6th

Women’s Basketball
Saint Martin’s vs. Carroll College – Marcus Pavilion – 7:00 PM

Girls Soccer
4A Bi-District Tournament (loser out)
Olympia vs. Todd Beamer – Mount Tahoma Stadium, Tacoma – 7:30 PM

3A Bi-District Tournament (loser out)
Capital vs. Prairie – Mount Tahoma Stadium, Tacoma – 5:30 PM
North Thurston vs. Auburn Mountainview – Harry Lang Stadiu, Lakewood – 7:00 PM

2A District 4 Tournament (loser out)
Tumwater vs. Black Hills – Tumwater District Stadium – 7:00 PM

High School Volleyball
2A District 4 Tournament (double elimination)
Tumwater vs. Mark Morris – RA Long HS, Longview – 4:00 PM
Black Hills vs. Woodland – Mark Morris HS, Longview – 4:00 PM
Loser of Tumwater and Black Hills matches – RA Long HS, Tumwater – 8:00 PM

Today (11/4): College Hoops Season Tips With Crosstown Rivals; District Soccer

Riley Carel

Above: Saint Martin’s guard Riley Carel

Women’s Basketball
Saint Martin’s @ Evergreen – CRC Gymnasium – 5:00 PM

Men’s Basketball
Saint Martin’s @ Evergreen – CRC Gymnasium – 7:30 PM

Oh yeah, the college hoops season tips off when Saint Martin’s and Evergreen play their annual games. Tonight, the games are out at Evergreen beginning with the women at 5:00 PM and continuing at 7:30 with the men.

Both of Evergreen’s teams are coached by new head coaches. The women are led by former Geoducks assistant coach Jennifer Schooler and her challenge is to keep her eight players fresh throughout the game. Injuries and ineligible players has left them shorthanded but still talented with forward Brittany Gray leading their returnees.

Meanwhile, the men are now coached by Tim Malroy, an Olympia native and previously the head coach at Green River Community College. The Geoducks have a couple of solid returnees in Frankie Johnson and Jordan Dam but will rely on a bevy of transfers to round out the roster and hopefully improve on three straight awful years in the CCC.

Meanwhile, in Lacey, the Saints women look to make the playoffs once again and return a solid squad led by senior Angela Gelhar. All-GNAC forward Chelsea Haskey graduated but the emergence of Megan Wiedeman last season tempers that loss and a lot will be expected of the junior forward this season.

On the men’s side, Michael Ostlund enters his second season as head coach and not much is expected out of his squad, at least in the pre-season GNAC poll where they finished tied for 9th. The Saints will likely play various small lineups again with returning guards Riley Carel, Ryan Rogers, Tyler Copp, Isaac Bianchini and Will Bond playing together in various combinations.

Girls Soccer
2A District 4 Tournament
Tumwater vs. Aberdeen – Tumwater Stadium – 5:00 PM (loser-out)
Black Hills vs. Hockinson – Tumwater Stadium – 7:00 PM (winner-to-state)

Today (11/1): Narrows Volleyball Tourney; 2A District Soccer

Schedule for Saturday, November 1st

High School Volleyball
4A Narrows League Tournament
Timberline vs. South Kitsap – Mount Tahoma HS – 2:45 PM
Olympia vs. Stadium – Mount Tahoma HS – 2:45 PM
Winners of above games – Mount Tahoma HS – 4:30 PM (both to districts)
Losers of above games – Mount Tahoma HS – 4:30 PM (loser out)

3A Narrows League Tournament – Championship Game (both to district)
Capital vs. North Thurston – Mount Tahoma HS – 12:45 PM

Girls Soccer
2A District 4 Playoffs (double elimination)
#2 Tumwater vs. #3 Mark Morris – Tumwater Stadium – 4:30 PM
#1 Black Hills vs. #4 Washougal – Tumwater Stadium – 7:00 PM

Women’s Soccer
Saint Martin’s vs. Western Oregon – SMU Soccer Field – 2:00 PM

Men’s Soccer
SPSCC vs. Southwestern Oregon – The RAC – 2:15 PM

College Volleyball
Evergreen vs. Northwest Christian – CRC Gymnasium – 7:00 PM
Saint Martin’s vs. Alaska Anchorage – Capital HS – 7:00 PM

Tonight (10/28): T-Birds, Wolves Battle for EvCo Soccer Supremacy

Schedule for Tuesday, October 28th

Girls Soccer
River Ridge vs. Fife – South Sound Stadium – 5:00 PM
Timberline vs. Stadium – South Sound Stadium – 7:00 PM
Capital vs. Central Kitsap – Ingersoll Stadium – 7:00 PM
Tumwater vs. Black Hills – Tumwater Stadium – 7:00 PM

The regular season wraps up tonight in the 2A EvCo with the league title on the line at Tumwater Stadium at 7:00 PM for Tumwater and Black Hills. The T-Birds sit at 5-0 in league play, one game ahead of the Wolves for first place. The two teams met two weeks ago with Tumwater taking a 1-0 victory.

High School Volleyball
Capital vs. Shelton – Capital HS – 7:00 PM
Black Hills vs. WF West – Black Hills HS – 7:00 PM
Olympia vs. South Kitsap – Olympia HS – 7:00 PM

Friday Football Scores: T-Birds, Hawks, Mountaineers Roll

High School Football

Olympia 34, Stadium 6
OLY: 3-0 4A Narrows, 4-2 overall | STAD: 0-3 4A Narrows, 0-6 overall

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Yelm 50, Evergreen 40
YELM: 4-2 overall | EVER: 2-4 overall
YELM: Brandon Thompson – 364 yards rushing and 7 TDs

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Capital 34, Wilson 21
Tacoma, WA 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Cougars (3-1 3A Narrows, 4-2 overall) 7 14 7 6 34
Rams (3-1 3A Narrows, 5-1 overall) 7 0 7 7 21
CAP: Connor Kennedy – 269 yards rushing, 3 TDs

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Central Kitsap 42, Shelton 8
Silverdale, WA 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Highclimbers (0-4 3A Narrows, 1-5 overall) 0 0 0 8 8
Cougars (3-1 3A Narrows, 3-3 overall) 21 7 14 0 42

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Lincoln 69, North Thurston 27
LIN: 4-0 3A Narrows, 6-0 overall | NT: 1-3 3A Narrows, 1-5 overall

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River Ridge 53, Washington 8
South Sound Stadium 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Patriots (1-3 2A SPSL, 2-4 overall) 0 0 8 0 8
Hawks (3-1 2A SPSL, 5-1 overall) 29 7 7 10 53
RR: Michael Key – 4 rushing TDs

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Tumwater 61, Centralia 7
Tumwater Stadium 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Tigers (0-1 2A EvCo, 4-2 overall) 7 0 0 0 7
T-Birds (1-0 2A EvCo, 6-0 overall) 21 13 20 7 61
TUM: Noah Andrews – 2 passing TDS, 1 rushing TD

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Black Hills 27, Port Angeles 14
BH: 3-3 overall | PA: 3-3 overall

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Eatonville 51, Rochester 14
Rochester HS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Cruisers (4-0 2A/1A Evergreen, 6-0 overall) 14 21 0 16 51
Warriors (2-2 2A/1A Evergreen, 2-4 overall) 7 0 7 0 14

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Tenino 54, Aberdeen 43
Tenino HS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Bobcats (1-3 2A/1A Narrows, 1-5 overall) 10 21 6 6 43
Beavers (1-3 2A/1A Narrows, 3-3 overall) 20 6 14 14 54
TEN: Thomas Pier – 309 rushing yards, 4 rushing TDs

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Rainier 48, Tacoma Baptist 0
Rainier HS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Crusaders (0-5 2B Pacific, 0-6 overall) 0 0 0 0 0
Mountaineers (3-2 2B Pacific, 4-2 overall) 14 21 13 0 48
RAI: McCoy Bichler – 2 rushing TDs, 1 passing TD