Top performer: Leahi Manthei, Gig Harbor
3 goals, 1 assist — in 8-0 win over Peninsula
Stadium 4, Bonney Lake 4: The Panthers visited a stormy Stadium Bowl, where they and the Tigers played a back-and forth battle of speed and offensive prowess on Thursday.
Kaylee Coatney scored two goals for Bonney Lake.
Stadium’s Kate Nelson and Avery Ahearn combined for 13 saves, while Bonney Lake’s Jamie Flynn had 15 saves.
Emerald Ridge 3, Rogers 1: Karlee Stueckle led the Jaguars with two goals, one on a penalty kick in the 13th minute.
Emerald Ridge’s Tyra Henderson scored in the second minute and Stueckle scored again in the 34th. Anna Watsek assisted on both goals.
Gig Harbor 8, Peninsula 0: The Tides overwhelmed the Seahawks with relentless offense.
Leahi Manthei scored three times, and assisted on Paige Tullis’ goal, which opening the scoring in the ninth minute.
Gig Harbor scored three times in the first half and and five times after intermission.
Keeper Auna Havens had three saves in the shutout.
Auburn Riverside 2, Jefferson 0: The Ravens shut down the Raiders, with keeper Katelyn Brown getting the shutout.
Mckenna Boulet scored unassisted in the 34th minute and Talia Sumuelson scored in the 46th minute off an assist from Natalie Lake.
Top performer: McKenzie Schwan, Bellarmine Prep
13 kills, 14 digs, 6 aces — in 3-0 win over Olympia
Bellarmine Prep 3, Olympia 0: The Lions rolled to victory in straight sets over the Bears on Thursday night.
Bellarmine’s McKenzie Schwan had 13 kills, 14 digs and six aces. Lauren Wilson kept plays alive for the Bears, racking up 21 digs.
The Lions improved to 4-1 in league play.
Graham-Kapowsin 3, South Kitsap 1: The Eagles soared passed the Wolves in four sets.
Mariah Senato won points for the Eagles, racking up 17 kills. Raedyn Goudreau did a nice job of setting up teammates, dishing out 19 assists.
The Eagles are 3-2 in league play.
Capital 3, Shelton 0: The Cougars picked up a win over the Hillclimbers in three sets.
Shelton showed grit, extending the third set before losing 32-30. Maia Nichols picked up 12 kills and 19 digs.
The Cougars remain in second place in league at 10-2.
Gig Harbor 3, North Thurston 0: The Tides got the best of the Rams in three sets.
Selena Dutton was true to the date, picking up 13 kills and 13 digs on Oct. 13. Rachel Howard had eight kills, as well as a pair of aces and blocks for the Tides.
Gig Harbor stayed undefeated in league at 12-0.
Annie Wright 3, Overlake 2: Annika Cederstrand led the Gators to a five-set victory over the Owls.
Cederstrand had 20 kills and 14 digs. Abby Turner came up with 14 kills, as well as 18 digs. Britnie Casillas was setting up her teammates all night long, racking up 38 assists. Casillas had 15 digs.
Cascade Christian 3, Charles Wright 2: Abbie Jackson had 33 kills, but it wasn’t enough in a five-set loss to the Cougars.
Charles Wright’s Alli Knowles hooked up teammates with 38 assists, and had seven digs. But Cascade Christian got some payback for a 3-1 loss on Sept. 21.
The Cougars trailed 2-1 before rallying back to win, 18-25, 25-22, 18-25, 25-21, 15-13.
Kentlake 7, Hazen 2: The Falcons won over the Highlanders, with the touchdown coming on a 14-yard pass from Justin Peterson to Brian Dye.
Top performer: Justin Ong, Olympia
Won 6-0, 6-0 in No. 1 singles — in 5-0 win over Graham-Kapowsin
Olympia 5, Graham-Kapowsin 0: The Bears blanked the Eagles on Thursday.
Olympia lost only 11 games. The Williams/Bradshaw team won, 6-0, 6-0, in number one doubles.