Prep Roundup: Elma boys upend Forks in overtime for second win of the season


BOYS BASKETBALL

Eagles 44, Spartans 37 (OT)

FORKS — Elma had to overcome a few obstacles before picking up its second win of the season, taking Forks into overtime to drive away with an Evergreen 1A victory on Friday night.

The Eagles (2-5, 2-11) led for most of the fourth quarter before the Spartans rallied to get one last shot at winning in regulation. The last-second shot failed, sending the game into overtime.

In the extra frame, Elma lost Tyler Davis and Chance Bremer to fouls, but got a big spark from Tyson Nauman. The junior guard hit a transition 3-point basket for a four-point lead, then converted two free throws with 50 seconds left to ice the game.

“From the first starter to the last kid on the bench, this was all on the kids,” Elma head coach Marvin Price said. “No doubt, they did a great job. I’m so proud of them. They responded in a big way tonight.”

Ray Stark led all scorers with 12 points, with Ryan Collin adding 10 points and Bremer 21 rebounds for Elma.

On Tuesday, Elma stays home to greet Tenino.

Elma 7 6 14 6 11 — 44 Forks 7 6 9 11 4 — 37

Elma (44) — Collin 10, Farr, Nauman 9, Stark 12, Horton, Bremer 9, Wilson 4, Davis. FG — 21-60 (.350). FT — 8-13.

Forks (37) — Raven 6, Abraham, Gilmore 4, Harris 10, Decker 9, Hatch, Jacobson 4, Gonzalez 4. FG — 18-87 (.207).FT — 6-16.

JV — Elma 55, Forks 35.

Vikings 69, Wildcats 54

MENLO — Matt Konigsberger’s and Stephen Camenzind’s double-doubles helped power Willapa Valley past Ocosta in Pacific League play on Friday at Tenoski Gym.

Cody Buchanan was the leading scorer for the Vikings with 15 points. Konigsberger scored 12 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, swiped four steals and dished up four assists for the Vikings (7-1, 12-4). Camenzind scored 11 points and pulled down 10 rebounds.

The Vikings outrebounded the Wildcats, 40-27.

“They just really took it to us on the glass in the second quarter,” Ocosta coach Jason Quinby said. “I think they outrebounded us 16-5 in that quarter. That was the big difference in the game.”

Caleb Tackett was the leading scorer for the Wildcats (3-5, 7-8), with 13 points. Sophomore Dan Sobrera added 12 points and Kurt Bambauer scored 10 points. Tackett and James Benn had 11 rebounds each for the Wildcats.

Zach Friese, David Rockett and Drew Pearson contributed eight points apiece for Valley.

“The first half we played outstanding basketball,” said Vikings head coach John Peterson. “They (the Wildcats) are a scary team when they are playing well, with some great shooters. Our kids stayed on them and in the third quarter, we were up by as many as 24 points with 3:55 to go. We give Ocosta a lot of credit. They have a great coach, Jason Quinby.”

Peterson cited Buchanan for his finest game. He also praised Konigsberger for “running the show with no turnovers.”

The Vikings hit the road to North Beach on Thursday. Ocosta travels to Northwest Christian that same night.

OCO 9 7 15 23 — 54 WV 13 20 15 21 — 69

Ocosta (54) — Campos, Tackett 13, Sobrera 12, Herrera 6, Bambauer 10, Krigbaum 2, Wright 5, Rindlisbacher, Benn 6. FG — 15-52 (.288). FT — 19-28.

Willapa Valley (69) — Sagen 4, Konigsberger 12, Ochman 3, Buchanan 15, Friese 8, Rockett 8, Pearson 8, Camenzind 11, Heckard. FG — 26-57 (.456). FT — 17-31.

JV — Valley won. C squad — Valley won.

Hyaks 65, Comets 47

OYEHUT — Gabe Hernandez scored 25 points as North Beach trounced Naselle in a Pacific League game Friday at Oyehut.

Hernandez did most of his damage on drives. As a team, the Hyaks shot 54 percent from the field.

“We played pretty strong defense and I thought we played one of our more intelligent games,” Hyak coach Larry Moore said. “We worked the ball around patiently and looked for high-percentage shots.”

Corey Thornton contributed 11 points, eight rebounds and six assists for North Beach (5-3, 8-6). Moore cited the reserve play of Steven Fry and Pedro Gonzales.

The Hyaks host Willapa Valley on Thursday.

Nas 14 13 11 9 — 47 NB 16 15 18 16 — 65

Naselle (47) — Blalock 3, Williams 3, Scrabeck 13, Chapman 10, Eaton 11, Lopez, Wasmundt 2, Bergeson, Zimmerman 5. FG — 18-64 (.281). FT — 6-6.

North Beach (65) — Wagner 6, Thornton 11, Turner 7, Takagi, Fry 6, Gonzales 2, Hernandez 25, Ketter, Justin Chong 8, Bridge, Beck, Jordan Chong. FG — 30-56 (.536). FT — 1-3.

JV — North Beach won.

Elks 56, Acorns 37

AMANDA PARK — Breaking open a tight game in the second half, Lake Quinault pulled away from Oakville in a non-league contest Friday at Amanda Park.

Santos Venegas scored 17 points, while Dalton Lines had 11 points and seven steals for the Elks (3-7) in what winning coach Dave Hinchen called his team’s most complete game of the season.

“We switched to a man-to-man midway through the third quarter and I think they scored six points from then on out,” Hinchen said. “I’m really happy with the progress we’re making.”

Chris Erdman pulled down 10 rebounds, while Christian Garcia and Kobe Kalama each handed out six assists for Lake Quinault. Garcia and Richy Carlile were also commended for defensive play.

Ray Lopez scored 15 points — entirely on five 3-point baskets — to pace Oakville (3-8).

Both teams return to action tonight, with Quinault at Mary M. Knight and Oakville at Wishkah.

Oak 10 13 12 4 — 39 LQ 9 17 13 17 — 56

Oakville (39) — M. Youckton 5, Ortivez 3, Tinney, Vroman, Bird 8, Lopez 15, Jack 6, S. Youckton 2. FG — n/a. FT — 5-8.

Lake Quinault (56) — Garcia 1, Dorhofer 4, Carlile 5, Dalton Lines 11, Kalama 9, Dylan Lines, Colton, Venegas 17, Erdman 7, Peters 2. FG — n/a. FT — 7-12.

Owls 55, Mustangs 17

BROOKLYN — Effective from all sections of the court and making liberal use of reserves, Mary M. Knight routed North River in non-league play on Friday.

Cory O’Neil was the leading scorer for the Owls (6-5), with 13 points closely followed by Kyle Willey with 12 points. Nick Dierkop added 10 points.

The Owls led 28-10 at halftime and the starters played for a few minutes in each quarter.

“I left the starters in for four minutes in the first quarter until the score was 13-0 and then started using the reserves,” said Owls head coach Tim Diggle. “The starters played for a few minutes each quarter and the JV/2nd squad got to play a lot and learn a lot tonight. They all played hard. North River is a young team and they will get there.”

Miles Devine scored six points for the Mustangs.

On Friday, North River (0-3) hosts Lake Quinault. Mary M. Knight will host Lake Quinault on Saturday.

MMK 15 13 12 15 — 55 NR 2 8 5 2 — 17

Mary M. Knight (55) — O’Neil 13, Willey 12, Pais 2, Jimenez, M. Thompson 2, A. Thompson 4, Dierkop 10, Diggle 1, Adsero 4, Snyder 2, Oien 3, Ogg 2. FG — 26-57 (.456). FT — 2-8.

North River (17) — Devine 6, Holmes 4, Wilson, Berentsen, Simpson 4, Churate 1. FG — 8-33 (.242). FT — 1-5.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Eagles 61, Spartans 38

FORKS — A quick start, a big lead and plenty of time to get everyone onto the court allowed Elma to cruise by Forks in this Evergreen 1A contest on Friday.

The Eagles (7-0, 12-3) bolted out to a 15-0 lead in the first quarter and they never looked back. Megan Finger led all scorers with 20 points and eight rebounds.

“We hit it right out of the gate with the press and didn’t look back,” Elma head coach Lisa Johnson said. “It was a good team effort.”

Johnson cited Brooke Goldsmith, who had nine points, eight steals and four assists, for her all-around game.

On Wednesday, Elma stays home to take on Tenino.

Elma 19 10 12 20 — 61 Forks 9 7 8 14 — 38

Elma (61) — Farrar, Wollen 4, Malmstrom, Goldsmith 9, Cristelli 6, McDonald 4, Smythe 4, Finger 20, Pacheco 2, M. Thompson 3, Cooper 4, A. Thompson 4. FG — na. FT — na.

Forks (38) — Sheriff-Penn 4, Paul 4, Raven 10, Price 3, Weeks 8, Henderson 5, Williams 2, Flores, Lyon 2. FG — na. FT — na.

Elks 33, Acorns 21

AMANDA PARK— Interior defense led Lake Quinault past Oakville in a low-scoring non-league game on Friday at Amanda Park.

Romenita Begay scored 11 points for the Elks in spite of sitting out part of the game with a sprained ankle. Hannah Allen also scored 11 points, grabbed seven rebounds and swiped three steals for the Elks (3-6).

Annber Neeland pulled down 15 rebounds, swiped four steals, and dished out five assists and four blocks. Mikaila Blackburn grabbed six rebounds and swiped seven steals.

Jordan Merriman was the leading scorer for the Acorns with 10 points.

“Interior defense was the key to our win and everybody stepped up and filled in when Romi was injured,” said Elks assistant coach Jon Neeland.

Coach Dennis Hinchen commended his team for good rebounding.

Assistant coach Neeland praised Alex Blackburn for stepping in off the bench when Begay was injured.

Tonight, Lake Quinault hits the road to Mary M. Knight.

OAK 3 5 8 5 — 21 LQ 5 6 13 9 — 33

Oakville (21) — Moss 3, Merriman 10, Ortivez 2, Lewis 3, Hawkes 3. FG — n.a. FT — 5-7.

Lake Quinault (33) — Begay 11, F. Thomas 3, M. Blackburn 8, Allen 11, Neeland, A. Blackburn, Erdman, Gerard, Sansom, Silva, Garcia, B. Thomas. FG — 13-42 (.310). FT — 3-9.

WRESTLING

Grizzlies 57, Bulldogs 12

Hoquiam got a good warmup before today’s Grizzly Alumni Association Invitational by knocking off Cashmere in a non-league duel meet on Friday at the Hoquiam Square Garden.

“Everyone did their job tonight, wrestled well and did their techniques,” HHS head coach Fidel Sanchez said.

Results of the duel meet were unavailable at press time.

Today, Hoquiam will host the Grizzly Alumni Association Invitational.