Chehalis — Kaeley Shultz dropped a game-high 23 points, 11 rebounds and 4 steals and Rainier pummeled Napavine 54-14 in the Mountaineers’ 2B District 4 playoff opener Wednesday.
With the No. 2 spot clinched in the South Sound Conference, the Yelm girls basketball team is looking for a strong showing going in this season’s West Central District tournament.
The Yelm Tornados hosted their final home game of the season on Friday, Jan. 31, and it was one for the books
The Winlock Cardinals (6-0, 14-2) extended their winning streak to 11 straight games Wednesday, Jan. 22, in what was a double-digit loss for the Rainier Mountaineers (3-4, 9-8) at a home Central 2B matchup.
Bouncing back from a 68-63 loss to Capital (8-0, 11-3), the Tornados dismantled the North Thurston Rams (1-7, 2-12) on Friday, Jan. 17, by a score of 80-45.
The Tornados (8-4) swept the Gig Harbor Tides (0-13) 5-0 last Thursday, Jan. 16, during a meet at Tower Lanes. Yelm also played the second-best team game in the program’s history, and senior Jerilyn Schrader bowled a career-high 199 in that game.
Yelm bowlers (7-3, South Sound Conference) clinched a 4-1 win Tuesday, Jan. 7, as they hosted Peninsula, but were unable to secure a win against fifth-ranked Central Kitsap away on Thursday, Jan. 9.
Results were mixed for the Lady Tornados’ fourth week in Siuth Sound Conference play with a 70-51 win against Timberline and a 56-39 loss to Gig Harbor that brought an end to Yelm’s five-game undefeated streak in league.