Zach Redelf gives up four hits in shutout over Enumclaw; Capital wins with a walk; Annabelle Depping’s big first inning lifts Orting to high-scoring victory; Jenna Ritzdorf delivers at the plate and on the mound; More from around the South Sound.
Nate Clow took all five innings for Todd Beamer and no-hit Auburn. Bryce Kincy’s leadoff homer provides spark for Black Hills to top Rochester. Federal Way wins on wild pitch and Thomas Jefferson outlasts Todd Beamer. More from around the South Sound.
Patsy Pointer, née Walker, won all four of her events as a senior at the track and field state championships in 1977 to win the girls team title for Yelm. She is one of six people recognized by the WIAA in its 2018 hall of fame class.
Kyle Casperson and Kyle Johnson led the comeback for Capital as late scoring lifts them over Peninsula; Drea Schwaier throws five innings and strikes out 10 for Yelm; Two players launch homers for Bonney Lake to win over Wilson. More from around the South Sound.
Nick Dazell throws a no-hitter against Kennedy Catholic while the bats score plenty of runs; Taeltn Cutler dominates on the mound and at the plate for Yelm; and Cameron Burkey scores a game-winning goal in the 19th minute.
Bonney Lake’s Ethan Stevens-Day threw a no-hitter in a five-inning, 26-0, win over Lincoln. Auburn Riverside’s Ryan Kvamme hit a bases-clearing double late in the Ravens’ 3-1 win over Olympic. More from around the South Sound.
Kevin Porter Jr., the USC signee who played in three state title games in four years with Rainier Beach High School, earns The News Tribune’s all-state player of the year. But he said he finally matured thanks to guidance from NBA player Jamal Crawford.
USC signee Kevin Porter Jr., Wichita State-bound Erik Stevenson and UConn signee Emmitt Matthews Jr. were just a few of some of the most talented players in the state to compete in the all-state games at Curtis High School on Saturday, where the 4
Jason Sauer shut down Kentwood in extra innings to lead South Kitsap to a 13-inning win with PJ Moritz scoring the go-ahead run. And Kiana Adams tossed a complete game for Auburn while also hitting a two-run home run in the Trojans win. More from around the South Sound.
Unviersity of Stanford-bound Lexie Hull is The News Tribune’s all-state girls basketball player of the year. She combined with her twin sister Lacie to lead Central Valley of Spokane Valley to an undefeated run at a state title — winnings its games by an average of 38 points per game.