Hannah Adams had 11 kills, and Kayla Thaller added 22 assists as the Gig Harbor Tides swept Olympia, 25-13, 25-19, 25-12, in a Narrows 4A volleyball match in Gig Harbor. Olympia’s loss leaves top-ranked and first-place Bellarmine Prep with a two-game lead in the standings.
Jefferson’s Kirsten Madsen scored the tying goal in the 46th minute, and the Raiders forged a surprising tie with SPSL North girls soccer leader Kentridge, 1-1, at Memorial Stadium in Federal Way. Payton Chick gave the unbeaten Chargers a 1-0 lead with her tally in the ninth minute.
Host Gig Harbor won 10 of 12 events and moved into solo first place in the Narrows 4A girls swimming standings with a convincing 112-71 victory over previously undefeated Olympia. Senior Carolyn McCann and freshman Ursula Andren each won two individual events. If the Tides defeat Stadium next Thursday, they will wrap up the league dual-meet championship outright.
North Thurston captured nine events, including a sweep of the relays, and the Rams swamped Wilson, 109-67, in Narrows 3A girls swimming action in Tacoma. The defending league champion Rams have a showdown with Timberline next Thursday in Lacey for the league crown.Staff report