The Timberline High School girls swimming team beat River Ridge, but not Tumwater off in a tri-meet on Tuesday.
The Blazers' Hannah Barker earned a state-qualifying time in the 100 backstroke, finishing with a time of 1:00.63.
Barker's time helped lift the Blazers topple the Hawks 145-28, but couldn't help lift her team over the Thunderbirds narrowly losing 94-91.
North Thurston 139, Mount Tahoma 15: Maya Lawson-Rivera came away with winning times in the 200 individual medley and 200 freestyle relay, helping the Rams cruise past the T-Birds.
Olympia 109, Mark Morris 61: Ally Norman had a busy day for the Bears, winning the 200 free, 200 free relay and 100 backstroke.
Curtis 138, South Kitsap 45: Aspen Monkhouse qualified for state in the 50 free with a time of 24.79 for the Wolves, while Willow Lopez-Silvers for the Vikings also qualified for 50 free at 24.91.
BOYS WATER POLO
The Gig Harbor High School boys water polo team continued their dominance in the pool with another win, this one coming Tuesday on the road against Auburn Mountainview.
Bobby Banks and Ryder Church led the offense of the Tides as both scored three goals each and Alex Parker chimed in two to help defeat the Lions 10-6.
Tyler Schef and Alex Toney each scored two goals for the Lions.
Curtis 19, Rogers 2: The Vikings were too much to handle for the Rams as Ryan St. John led all scores with four goals.