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High School Football

football highschoolThe Shelton High Climbers football team won Friday's away non-conference game against rival school North Mason, 35-21.

Friday’s scores:
Black Hills 56, Montesano 32
Elma 49, Klahowya 13
Gig Harbor 40, Peninsula 14
North Thurston 38, Timberline 32
Rochester 17, Centralia 7
Shelton 35, North Mason 21
South Kitsap 25, Central Kitsap 14
Tenino 27, Charles Wright Academy 13
Tumwater 42, Capital 9
Yelm 44, Steilacoom 14

KMAS Newsradio - September 5, 2015

Morrison, Seager Help Mariners Outslug A's, 11-8

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Logan Morrison had three hits, including a two-run double as part of Seattle's six-run third inning, and the Mariners held off the Oakland Athletics 11-8 on Friday night.

Kyle Seager and Stefen Romero both homered while Brad Miller drove in three runs for the Mariners, who won their third straight to clinch the season series between the division rivals.

Jose Ramirez (1-0), the second of eight Seattle pitchers, retired five batters for the win.

The two teams, who entered with the worst records in the AL West, combined for 28 hits, including six doubles, one triple and three home runs.

Danny Valencia had two hits, including a grand slam for Oakland.

Aaron Brooks (1-2) allowed six runs in 2 1-3 innings.

September 5, 2015

Petersen Falls Short As No. 23 Broncos Beat Huskies 16-13

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Jeremy McNichols rushed for 89 yards and two first-half touchdowns, and No. 23 Boise State withstood a second half filled with special teams mistakes for a 16-13 victory over Washington on Friday night in Chris Petersen's return to the school he helped grow into a national power.

Boise State (1-0) dominated the first half in building a 16-0 lead and looking like it would make Petersen's return a miserable memory. But Washington's defense stymied the Broncos in the second half and three big plays on special teams - including Dante Pettis' 76-yard punt return for a touchdown - gave Washington a chance.

Washington freshman quarterback Jake Browning nearly pulled off a late rally to make Petersen a winner. Starting at Washington's 35 with 1:59 left, Browning drove the Huskies (0-1) into field goal range. But Cameron Van Winkle's 46-yard field goal attempt with 21 seconds left was wide right. Van Winkle had hit from 40 and 28 yards earlier in the game.

September 5, 2015

Lockett's Early TD Sends Seattle To 31-21 Win Over Oakland

lockett1SEATTLE (AP) - Tyler Lockett scored his third touchdown of the preseason on a 63-yard reception from Russell Wilson, Frank Clark had a sack and forced fumble that Jordan Hill recovered for a TD, and the Seahawks closed out the preseason with a 31-21 win over the Raiders.

After having a 103-yard kickoff return and 67-yard punt return for touchdowns earlier in the preseason, Lockett gave Oakland cornerback Keith McGill a brief hesitation, then sprinted free, catching the only pass thrown by Wilson. Kasen Williams added a 15-yard touchdown reception from wide receiver/quarterback B.J. Daniels in the third quarter. Steven Hauschka had a 55-yard field goal after his game-winning 60-yarder last Saturday against San Diego.

Oakland quarterback Matt McGloin played most of the final three quarters and threw touchdowns to Seth Roberts and Rod Streater.

September 4, 2015

Sims Leads Shock Past Storm 85-67 For Sixth-Straight Win

SEATTLE (AP) - Odyssey Sims had 24 points and four assists to lead the Tulsa Shock to an 85-67 victory over the Seattle Storm on Thursday night.

Plenette Pierson scored 17 points, Brianna Kiesel had 13 and Karima Christmas added 10 for Tulsa (16-14), which has won six straight.

Seattle (9-21), which dropped three games back of Los Angeles for the final Western Conference playoff spot, rested Sue Bird. The Storm play at Chicago on Sunday before a home-and-home series with West-leading Minnesota.

Jewell Loyd led the Storm with 16 points and six assists.

Sims and Pierson scored seven points apiece, and Kiesel made a layup to cap a 14-8 run to give the Shock its largest lead, 65-42 with 4:18 to play in the third quarter. The Storm pulled to 67-53 with 1:31 left in the third quarter. The Shock opened the fourth quarter with an 11-0 run and cruised from there.

September 4, 2015