Friday night prep basketball wrapup


BOYS BASKETBALL

Hyaks 54, Navigators 24

OYEHUT — Ignited by strong defensive play and good ball-handling, North Beach raced past Northwest Christian in this Pacific League contest Friday night.

Tyler Turner was the leading scorer for the Hyaks (2-1), with 13 points, closely followed by Corey Thornton with 11 points. Gabe Hernandez grabbed 10 rebounds for the Hyaks. Pedro Gonzalez dished out three assists.

The Navigators did not have any players score in double figures and finished at 11 percent from the field (5-for-46).

“We played great team defense,” North Beach head coach Larry Moore. “Offensively, we took care of the ball and got good shots down court.”

Moore cited Justin Chong and Gonzalez for fine play.

North Beach will host Hoquiam on Wednesday in a non-league contest.

NWC 6 1 6 11 — 24 NB 16 9 17 12 — 54

Northwest Christian (24) — Koukal 7, Shoffner 3, Zhon, Bodine 2, Boogard 2, Johnson 2, Krer 2, Thomas, Woolrich 5, Kosiemonski 1. FG — 5-46 (.109). FT — 11-16.

North Beach (54) — Wagner 5, Thornton 11, Chong 6, Turner 13, Takagi 2, Fry 2, Gonzalez 5, Hernandez 8, Ketter, Bridge 2. FG — 23-56 (.411). FT — 5-11.

Mustangs 50, Elks 49

AMANDA PARK — Hunter English’s basket with 2.4 seconds remaining enabled Trout Lake to rally past Lake Quinault in a non-league game Friday at Amanda Park.

The Elks led by as many as 10 in the fourth quarter, but the Mustangs knocked down three 3-point baskets in the final stanza.

“We couldn’t salt it away,” Quinault coach Dave Hinchen said. “Tip your hat to them, they showed a lot of intestinal fortitude.

Kobe Kalama scored 14 points, while Dalton Lines added 13 for the Elks. Quinault’s Santos Venegas collected 13 rebounds and six steals, while Chris Erdman grabbed eight rebounds.

TL 15 4 10 21 — 50 LQ 7 14 16 12 — 49

Trout Lake (50) — Baker, J. Rico, King 6, Nakae 16, Cox 10, Yarnell 2, English 7, Hoodenpyl 9. FG — n/a. FT — 11-18.

Lake Quinault (49) — Carlile 3, Dalton Lines 13, Kalama 14, Dylan Lines, Colton, Venegas 7, Erdman 8, Peters 4. FG — n/a. FT — 10-19.

JV — Lake Quinault 37, Trout Lake 27. Julio Silva nine points for Quinault

Eagles 48, Acorns 36

OAKVILLE — An off-night offensively for Oakville made it tough to keep up with visiting Three Rivers Christian in this non-league contest on Friday night.

The Eagles took flight when the Acorns couldn’t find the range on offense in the first half, leading 24-9 at halftime.

“We couldn’t make a shot, not a layin, a free throw, outside shot,” Oakville head coach Cliff Harris said. “Everything was going off the rim. Once we got into the foul situation late, down by six, they made their free throws.”

Gary Ortivez led Oakville with 11 points.

On Saturday, Oakville (0-2) took on Rainier Christian in Auburn.

TRC 14 10 5 14 — 48 Oak 5 4 13 13 — 36

Three Rivers Christian (48) — Martinez 15, Caddel 15, Ladiche, Rentner, Hoffman 6, Carns, Moore 3, Hall 8. FG — 17-49. FT — 13-21.

Oakville (36) — Tinney, M. Youckton 4, Jack 8, Ortivez 11, S. Youckton 6, Trout 1, Bliss, Lopez 6, Bird, Vroman. FG — 12-56. FT — 5-10.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Mustangs 46, Elks 38

AMANDA PARK — With two of its top scorers in foul trouble in the fourth quarter, Lake Quinault fell victim to a Trout Lake comeback in non-league play on Friday at Amanda Park.

Romenita Begay led all Elks scorers with 22 points. She grabbed nine rebounds, swiped three steals and added five blocks. Annber Neeland dished out two assists and swiped three steals to go with her five points.

“Neeland and Hannah Allen fouled out early in the fourth quarter and we fell behind,” said Elks assistant coach Jon Neeland. “We only scored four points in the fourth quarter, but it was a good learning experience for us.”

The Elks (1-2) had 21 team fouls.

TL 2 17 13 14 — 46 LQ 8 15 11 4 — 38

Trout Lake (46) — Cox 1, Vodt 4, Cordoba 1, Jones 18, Scott 13, Ozkin 3, Wurtz 4, Huffsmith 2. FG — n.a. FT — 11-26.

Lake Quinault (38) — Begay 22, Neeland 5, Erdman 2, Allen 9, F. Thomas, Gerard, Sansom, Silva, Garcia, B. Thomas. FG — 17-50 (.340). FT — 2-4.