What to watch on Thursday
Four Narrows League baseball teams will be playing to extend their seasons in the first round of the league playoffs. Stadium will visit Wilson at 4 p.m. and Bellarmine Prep hosts Shelton at 4 p.m. in a pair of loser-out games.
Jamael Cox scored three goals and Dylan Gaydosh had two for Stadium in its 8-0 win against Mount Tahoma in the Narrows League boys soccer playoffs. The Tigers clinched a spot in the district playoffs. Click here for the story and here for the photo gallery.
Bellarmine Prep rolled past Central Kitsap 5-1 in the Narrows League boys soccer playoffs and secured a spot in the district playoffs. Eric Schacht scored twice for the Lions. Click here for the story and here for the photo gallery.
Ian Grissom, Robby Ubben, Braden Stepp and Tyler Clarke scored goals for Gig Harbor, which clinched a spot in the West Central District boys soccer playoffs with its 4-1 win against Olympia.
Decatur clinched the SPSL South boys soccer title with its 9-0 win at Spanaway Lake. Alex Marihgang, Elliott Klavuhn and Nick Karis each scored two goals.
South Kitsap beat Wilson 2-0 in the Narrows League boys soccer playoffs. The Wolves will meet Stadium on Saturday, while the Rams will play Mount Tahoma in a loser-out game.
Lincoln’s Krystall Fowler broke her own school record for the second time this season when she tossed the shot put 43 feet, 1 inch. That mark is third-best in the state this year.
A seven-run fifth inning keyed Fife’s 10-8 win against Washington. Cam Booser went 4-for-4 with two doubles and three RBI for the Trojans and Kyle Wiest hit a home run and totaled four RBI for the Patriots.
Steilacoom’s Micah Donor tossed a four-hitter and struck out five, leading the Sentinels to a 5-1 win at Eatonville.
Mount Rainier Lutheran’s Kyle McLaughlin went 3-for-4 with a home run and three RBI, helping his team beat Chief Leschi 13-0.
Emily Cunningham tossed a four-hit shutout for South Kitsap in its 10-0 victory over Shelton.
Olympia’s Kara Stottlemyre rapped three hits in a 10-run fifth inning, leading the Bears over Timberline 12-2. Stottlemyre had two doubles and four RBI in the inning.