Watch the Shelton boys’ basketball team open play in the 2018 3A West Central / Southwest District Tournament live from Lincoln High School. The Highclimbers take on the undefeated Abes. Tip off is set for 7 PM. Dedrick Allan will start the Maple Glen Senior Living Pregame show at 6:45 PM.
The Shelton girls’ basketball team lost their first round game in the 2018 Class 3A West Central / Southwest District Basketball Tournament to Kelso Wednesday night 68 to 55. The Highclimbers fell behind early and couldn’t overcome 21 turnovers in the game broadcast by MasonWebTV Powered by HCC.
Watch the Shelton girls’ basketball team open play in the 2018 3A West Central / Southwest District Tournament live from Kelso. The Lady Highclimbers take on the Lady Hilanders. Tip off is set for 7 PM. Dedrick Allan will start the Maple Glen Senior Living Pregame show at 6:45 PM.
The Mary M. Knight boys’ basketball team’s season came to an end Tuesday in the first round of the 2018 Southwest District 4 1B Basketball Tournament as the Owls lost to Firm Foundation 43 to 39. The boys from Matlock started slow, being held to six points in the first quarter and falling behind by nine. MMK made a run in the fourth quarter but game up short. The Owls finish the season with 15-and-6 record, second in the 1B Coastal League and made the playoffs for the first time since the 2012-2013 season.
The MMK boys are hosting Firm Foundation on Tuesday in the 1B Southwest District Tournament. The Owls are the Coastal League’s number two team. The boys from Matlock lost to the Eagles 43 to 37 on December 19th. That game was played in Battleground and was the only meeting between them on record. The playoff game is in Matlock. Tip off is 6 PM. MMK is 15-and-5 while Firm Foundation is 8-and-7.
The Lady Highclimbers are the South Sound Conference number four team and are playing at Kelso Wednesday. MasonWebTV Powered by HCC will be broadcasting the game live online. Tip off is 7 PM. Dedrick Allan will start the Maple Glen Senior Living Pregame show at 6:50 PM.
There is no recent record of the two team playing each other. Shelton has a 14-and-6 recored while Kelso is 12-and-8.
The Shelton boys’ wrestling team had two champions at the North Thurston Sub Regionals Saturday. Cameron McAlevy won the 113-pound classification while Ammon Anderson took 195 pounds. There were three other medalists: Peace Lee, Robbie Allred and Trevor Meier. The five head to Regionals at Gig Harbor High School.
Four Lady Highclimbers placed in the West Central District Region B tournament Saturday at Thomas Jefferson High School. Quin Lacy placed 2nd at 170 pounds. Julia Ragsdale placed 3rd at 100 pounds. Miracle Home was 6th at 120 pounds. And Claudia Ramirez took 8th at 135 pounds. Ragsdale, Horne and Lacy will compete in Regionals at Decatur High School Friday and Saturday.
State Bowling Update; SHS Sub Regional Wrestling Update; MMK Basketball Split at Oakville
The State Bowling Championships continue today at Narrows Plaza in Tacoma. In individual results, Shelton Dreann Merriman is tenth among Class 3A bowlers with a six-game total of 1083, high games of 209 and 201, and an average of 180.
Other Highclimbers competing:
Kaylee Slone with a total of 981, a high game of 200 and an average of 163.
Courtney Chamberlin with a total of 923 and an average of 154.
Kaylee Schilter with a total 909 and average 151.
Rebecca Robinson with a total of 891 and average of 148.
Annalee Schilter and Taiyler Brown did not bowl during the first day.
At the start of Saturday’s baker games, Shelton was in fifth place.
North Mason has Aubriana Wight competing as an individual in the 1A/2A Championships. She has a six game total of 886, a high game of 180 and an average of 148.
The Shelton junior varsity girl’s basketball team went undefeated this season. The young Lady Highclimbers won their 20 games by scoring an average of nearly 54 points a game while holding their opponents to under 26 points and had an average margin of victory of 28 points. MasonWebTV Powered by HCC talked with Shelton Head Coach Aaron Leth about his program and then picked up action on the court Thursday as the JV wrapped up their perfect season.