Prep roundup; Elma girls romp


GIRLS BASKETBALL

Eagles 62, Warriors 51

ROCHESTER — A 22-point first quarter helped ignite Elma past Rochester in Evergreen 1A League play on Friday at Rochester.

Megan Finger led the Eagles with a triple-double, scoring 18 points and 16 rebounds and adding 10 blocked shots.

Brooke Goldsmith scored 10 points, grabbed nine rebounds, dished out eight assists and swiped three steals for the Eagles (5-0, 10-3).

Regan Wollen pulled down 10 rebounds to go with her eight points.

“We were not focused or ready to play,” said Elma head coach Lisa Johnson. “Rochester outhustled and outworked us. We were converting though.”

Elma will hit the road to Hoquiam on Tuesday.

EL 22 12 18 10 — 62 ROCH 8 18 11 14 — 51

Elma (62) — Farrar 3, Wollen 8, Malmstrom 5, Goldsmith 10, Cristelli 4, McDonald 8, Smythe, Finger 18, Pacheco 6, M. Thompson, Cooper. FG — 22-57 (.386). FT — 12-24.

Rochester (51) — Lancaster 13, Justice 5, Femore 6, Ke. DeMars 18, Kes. DeMars 4, Alphause 5. FG — 19-71 (.268). FT — 11-19.

JV — Elma won.

Vikings 52, Indians 34

MENLO — Powered by Lauren and Karli Friese, Valley upended South Bend in Pacific League play on Friday at Tenoski Gym in Menlo.

Lauren Friese scored 12 points for the Vikings (4-2, 7-6), closely followed by Karli Friese with 11 points. Karli Friese grabbed six rebounds and swiped two steals. Lauren Friese pulled down five rebounds and swiped two steals.

Sierra Cearns was the leading scorer for the Tribe with nine points.

“Everybody played and worked well on the floor together,” said Vikings head coach Melissa Aust. “We did what we needed to do to win.”

On Monday, South Bend (3-2, 5-7) will host North Beach. On Thursday, Valley hosts Naselle.

SB 13 5 7 9 — 34 WV 13 13 15 11 — 52

South Bend (34) — Cearns 9, Sanchez 2, Funkhouser 1, Patterson 1, Russell 7, Sawyer 6, Curtis 6, Myers 2, Wilson. FG — 10-54 (.185). FT — 12-21.

Willapa Valley (52) — L. Friese 12, Bannish 4, Huber 9, K. Friese 11, Walker 6, Ab. Smaciarz 6, Fluke 2, Harden 2, Wilkeson. FG — 19-64 (.297). FT — 10-18.

JV — Valley won.

Gulls 71, Navigators 41

RAYMOND — Hot-shooting Raymond ran out quickly to a big first-quarter lead and never let up to take full control of this Pacific League matchup on Friday.

The Gulls led 23-6 after one quarter and walked into halftime with a 37-16 lead. Overall, Raymond (6-0, 11-1) shot 10-for-14 from behind the 3-point line in the contest.

“We shot the ball ridiculously well tonight,” Raymond head coach Jon Schray said. “The girls went out there and got after them. It was great to see. They really played like they wanted that win. The hustle and the effort was there tonight.”

Abby Maneman led all scorers with 23 points, nine rebounds and four steals for Raymond. Hailee Williams added 14 points, five rebounds and five assists and Courtney Hagain 13 points.

On Thursday, Raymond stays home to greet Ocosta.

NWC 6 10 12 13 — 41 Ray 23 14 23 11 — 71

Northwest Christian (41) — E. VanMarter 4, Bredison 7, Gable, M. VanMarter 4, Reeves 8, Jack 5, Sowers 8, Wagner 5. FG — 17-52 (.327). FT — 6-14.

Raymond (71) — Williams 14, Gilbert, Koski 2, Boyes 6, Heckard 2, Donovan, Garcia 9, Hagain 13, Maneman 23, Karlsvik 2, Silva, Oatfield, Chavez. FG — 26-62 (.419). FT — 9-15.

Owls 47, Acorns 21

MATLOCK — Mary M. Knight’s offense was just enough for three quarters to allow its defense to take charge with an 18-0 fourth quarter to knock off Oakville in this non-league contest.

The Owls led 29-21 after three quarters, then kept their pressure defense on the Acorns for the fourth-quarter shutout.

“We kept turning the ball over, missing easy shots,” Knight head coach Lance Valley said. “Our defense has been the key this season. We kept pressure on them and finally our pressure slowed them down.”

Miranda Sowle and Lauren Dierkop led the Owls (8-1) with 11 points each. Anna Frost added seven rebounds and five steals and Carlie Adsero dished out seven assists and swiped six steals.

Coach Valley cited Ashley Sowle, who scored a season-high seven points, for her key shots in the contest.

On Jan. 12, Knight stays home to take on Lake Quinault.

Oak 7 4 10 0 — 21 MMK 5 14 10 18 — 47

Oakville (21) — Mahss 2, Arreguin, White, Merriman 13, Ortiz 2, Hawks 4, Moore, Daniels. FG — 9-48 (.188). FT — 1-10.

Mary M. Knight (47) — Valley 5, Haury, Bearden, M. Sowle 11, A. Sowle 7, Ackley 5, Kiliz, Adsero 3, Dierkop 11, Frost 5. FG — 19-54 (.352). FT — 7-17.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Loggers 64, Mustangs 18

WISHKAH — Shooting 65 percent from the field, Wishkah downed North River in a non-league game Friday at Brian Eager Memorial Gym.

Brady Anderson scored 21 points and handed out four assists for the Loggers (8-2). His cousin Jace added 12 points, while Josiah Olson grabbed six rebounds.

Miles Devine scored seven points for North River, which was making its season debut.

“You can tell the difference between us playing our 12th game and them playing their first game,” Wishkah coach Matt Ferrier said.

The Loggers journey to Lake Quinault tonight. The Mustangs travel to Oakville tonight.

NR 5 6 7 0 — 18 Wish 17 21 20 6 — 64

North River (18) — Turner 2, Miles Devine 7, Holmes, Wilson 2, Berentsen, J. Churape, Simpson 5, L. Churape 2. FG —6-32 (.188). FT — 4-12.

Wishkah (64) — Olson 6, B. Anderson 21, Rodriguez 4, Gardiner 5, Thein 5, J. Anderson 12, Arnold 5, Berge 6, Quintero. FG — 26-40 (.650). FT — 5-9.

Warriors 57, Eagles 43

ROCHESTER — Jumping out to a 24-17 halftime lead, Rochester finished off Elma in Evergreen 1A League play on Friday at Rochester.

Ryan Collin led Elma with a game-high 17 points. The Eagles also outrebounded the Warriors, 41-34.

Freshman Chance Bremer grabbed 10 rebounds to go with his six points. Kevin Farr swiped three steals.

“We didn’t play well on defense or stop their penetration,” Elma head coach Marvin Prince said. “We shot an abysmal 26 percent and we need to play with more of a sense of urgency.”

Rochester had three players score in double figures and mounted a well-balanced offense.

Elma (1-3, 1-10) will host Hoquiam on Wednesday.

ELMA 5 12 15 11 — 43 ROCH 12 12 15 18 — 57

Elma (43) — Collin 17, Farr 2, Naumen 2, Stark 2, Horton 2, Riffe, Bremer 6, Stevens 5, Wilson 4, Davis 3. FG — 16-62 (.258). FT — 7-13.

Rochester (57) — McLemore 9, Rigsby 10, Yarber 11, Gedney 10, Ranger 2, Blanchard 8, Smith 7, Singer. FG — 23-45 (.511). FT — 8-18.

Owls 59, Acorns 36

MATLOCK — Mary M. Knight’s pressure defense kicked off this contest right for the hosts, holding visiting Oakville down in this non-league contest on Friday.

A 23-10 first quarter for the Owls was just what they wanted to start against the Acorns. Cory O’Neil led all scorers with 14 points and seven steals for Knight.

“It was our full-court press and everything was firing perfect,” Knight head coach Tim Diggle said. “We got a lot of steals, took care of things. We ran out of gas a bit in the second half, but we’ll get there. We played a lot of the non-starters in the second half.”

Blake Adsero added 13 points and eight rebounds and Kyle Willey and Nick Dierkop also pulled down eight rebounds each. Juan Jimenez dished out five assists.

On Friday, Knight (5-5) hits the road to take on North River.

Oak 10 13 4 9 — 36 MMK 23 17 8 11 — 59

Oakville (36) — M. Youckton 2, Ortiz 3, Bliss, Trout 5, Timney, Bromn 2, Bird 4, Lopez 11, Geojack 4, S. Youckton 5. FG — 12-48 (.250). FT — 6-14.

Mary M. Knight (59) — O’Neil 14, Willey 10, C. Thompson 3, J. Jimenez 6, M. Thompson, A. Thompson 3, Robecker 4, Diekop 4, Diggle, Adsero 13, Oien, Ogg 2. FG — 25-75 (.333). FT — 7-12.