BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Olympia won the 29th Annual Terry Rice Frosh/Soph Classic held at Sehmel Homestead Park in Gig Harbor on Friday afternoon, scoring a tournament-low 36 points. The top three individual runners for the 3200-meter race were Kingston’s Andrew Simon with a 11:17.35, Kentridge’s Fanuel Weldeselassie running a 11:24.29 and Peninsula’s Cameron Wenman with a 11:24.62.
Orting beat Clover Park, 29-9, and Cole Willits shot a 12-over-par 48 at High Cedars Golf Course for the Cardinals (10-4 2A SPSL).
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No. 1 singles Ty Gentry of Tumwater took first place in conference as he defeated Cory Groden of Black Hills, 6-0, 6-0, during the Evergreen Conference tennis tournament held at Steamboat Island Athletic Club Friday afternoon.
The Emerald Ridge High School boys water polo team edged out Enumclaw at home, 13-11. Jaguars goal leader Matt Dody hit the back of the net four times during the game, David Lorenzen had three goals and Carter Findley finished with two.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
The Lakes High School girls cross country team won the 29th Annual Terry Rice Frosh/Soph Classic on Friday, scoring a tournament-low 57 points.
The top three runners were Tatiana Smith of Lakes, who finished with a time of 12:41.23, Stella Grimsted of Olympia, 12:49.52, and Gracie Long from Port Angeles, who ran a 13:06.40.
The Orting girls golf team defeated Clover Park, 29-6, during a home match Friday afternoon. The Cardinals’ Claire Lavergne shot a 10-over-par 46 at High Cedars Golf Course.
Hailee Dunbar won the game for the Cascade Christian girls soccer team with a tie-breaking goal in the 75th minute to put the Cougars the lead they needed to defeat Charles Wright Academy, 2-1.
Anna Seaton scored the first goal for Cascade Christian during the 8th minute, and Sophie Hinz scored the lone Tarriers goal in the 10th minute.
Ally Hardy had 13 kills and 5 aces for Kentridge (6-6, 3-3 4A SPSL) as they defeated Mount Rainier (7-5, 5-1 4A SPSL) 3-1, posting game scores 15-25, 25-21, 25-16, 25-20.
Megan Houston had 11 kills and four aces in the Chargers’ win.
Annie Wright 3, Bush 0: Annika Cederstrand had seven kills, nine digs and three aces and the Gators won decisively, 25-12, 25-9, 25-14.
Northwest Christian 3, North Beach 0: The Guardians defeated the Broncos, 25-11, 25-7 and 25-15.