Prep roundup: Eagles catch the ferry, beat the Pirates in wrestling duel


Wrestling

Eagles 41, Pirates 24

VASHON ISLAND — Elma took the long road and the ferry to get to Vashon Island and came away with a hard-fought non-league dual win on Thursday night.

The Eagles took control when Tanner Sample picked up a win by pin at 138 pounds and 145-pounder Tyson Dick added a technical fall in 5:00 for the lead they never relinquished.

“Vashon is a quality team,” Elma head coach Jason Dick said. “We love coming out here. To wrestle Vashon, that is all they do. They bring in a big crowd and it got into the match. The kids got into it, too. Tyson and Tanner are each on a tear right now.”

Coach Dick also cited Jayden Olson, who won a back-and-forth match at 126 to finish the meet with a pin at 3:58.

On Saturday, Elma will hit the road to compete in the Cruiser Classic in Eatonville.

106 — Double forfeit. 113 — Ryan Nelson (E) dec. Wickman, 6-2. 120 — Matt Gamino (E) pinned Williams, 3:42. 126 — Jayden Olson (E) pinned Jungsakullijive, 3:58. 132 — Pruett (VI) dec. Jacob Nelson, 12-7. 138 — Tanner Sample (E) pinned Figgins, 3:59. 145 — Tyson Dick (E) tech. fall over Williams, 16-0 (5:00). 152 — Austin Cristelli (E) pinned Seymour, 3:32. 160 — Nate Raffelson (E) dec. Fredrickson, 21-17. 170 — Michael Persell (E) pinned L. Nelson, 4:46. 182 — Armstrong (VI) dec. Layne Sutten, 10-6. 195 — Morris (VI) pinned Austin Carrell, 3:33. 220 — Sawyer (VI) pinned Brett McGaughy, 1:18. 285 — Coller (VI) pinned Justin Sturdevant, 1:20.

Boys basketball

Loggers 45, Indians 23

SOUTH BEND — A competitive first half turned into a defensive show by visiting Wishkah, which held host South Bend to just four points in the second half in this non-league contest at Koplitz Fieldhouse on Thursday.

The Loggers took a 23-19 lead at halftime on a basket at the buzzer. In the second half, Wishkah held South Bend to two points in each quarter to pull away.

“We struggled in the first half, but made adjustments at halftime, came out more energetic and athletic and took care of business,” Wishkah head coach Matt Ferrier said. “Any time you go on the road and hold the home team to four points, you’re going to win basketball games.”

“We didn’t move the ball very well on offense and didn’t find good shots,” South Bend head coach Tom Betrozoff said. “We had a lot of shots that could have fallen rattle around and come back out.”

Brady Anderson led all scorers with 21 points for Wishkah. Miles Davis knocked in 12 points and nine rebounds for South Bend. Coach Ferrier cited the Indians’ Davis for his work in the first half, Anderson for his tough night inside and Ethen Arnold for his defensive work.

Coach Betrozoff noted that point guard Dalyn Ogilvie was injured in the first quarter and didn’t return, leading the Tribe without a ball-handling guard.

Today, South Bend (0-2) hits the road to take on Mary M. Knight. On Dec. 15, Wishkah (4-0) returns to host Clallam Bay.

Wish 10 13 14 8 — 45 SB 8 11 2 2 — 23

Wishkah (45) — Olson, Brady Anderson 21, Rodriguez, Thein 7, J. Anderson, Arnold 4, Baltzell 8, Berg 5, Quintero. FG — 16-43 (.372). FT— 9-21.

South Bend (23) — Ogilvie, Diaz, Johnson, Davis 12, Lewis 2, Halverson, Kunke, Edwards 4, Hoerr 3, Elliott 2. FG —11-29 (.379).FT - 1-6.

Girls basketball

Gulls 50, Beavers 10

RAYMOND — Host Raymond was in full control of this non-league contest against Class 1A Tenino on Thursday night.

The Gulls (1-1) led 22-0 after one quarter and dominated the paint against the Beavers. Abby Maneman led all scorers with 18 points and 11 rebounds for Raymond, with Aiysha Garcia adding eight points and 14 rebounds, 13 of them offensive.

“We wanted to try and teach the girls how to win like that, that killer instinct that they’re not used to,” Raymond head coach Jon Schray said. “I wanted to push them and have them go after them. Tenino played hard. They’re well-coached and scrappy.”

On Saturday, Raymond visits Ocosta.

Ten 0 7 2 1 — 10 Ray 22 7 13 8 — 50

Tenino (10) — Morales 3, Vens, Richardson 1, Bond, Masters 2, Blosl 1, Huber 1, Bernum, Richards, Tibbits 2. FG — 3-26. (.115).FT — 4-24.

Raymond (50) — Williams 4, Gilbert, Koski, Boyes 2, Heckerd 2, Donovan, Garcia 8, Hagain 9, Maneman 18, Karlsvik 5, Silva, Oatfield 2. FG — 20-72 (.278). FT — 3-9.

Warriors 46, Wildcats 21

ROCHESTER — Rochester forced Ocosta into turnovers and grabbed command of this non-league contest on Thursday.

The Warriors limited the Wildcats to single-digit scoring in each quarter. Alyssa Phillips topped Ocosta with nine points.

“We didn’t take care of the ball (in the first half),” Ocosta head coach Rachel Wenzel said. “In the second half, there was some improvements in working as a team, so that’s something to take moving forward. Alyssa worked hard underneath tonight.”

On Saturday, Ocosta (0-4) hosts Raymond.

Oco 3 3 6 9 — 21 Roch 15 11 16 4 — 46

Ocosta (21) — Schmeling 2, Sunde 3, Phillips 9, Wingate, Jones 3, Saul, Rutzer, Paulson, Christensen 3. FG — 8-40 (.200). FT — 4-15.

Rochester (46) — Sanford 1, Leischner 13, Beard, Lancaster 2, Saxton 6, Justice 3, Seymour 3, K. Demers 11, Ka. Demers 7. FG — 27-62 (.435). FT — 10-16.