Prep Roundup: Raymond boys shake off slow start to run by South Bend


BOYS BASKETBALL

Gulls 69, Indians 18

RAYMOND — A slow start by host Raymond kept South Bend close for a quarter, but the Gulls took flight in the second half to secure this Pacific League win on Thursday.

Carte Bisbee led all scorers with 13 points and six steals for seventh-ranked Raymond (8-0, 13-3), with Darol Ratsavongsy adding 12 points and six rebounds. Andrew Hamilton pulled down nine rebounds and swiped five steals and Rayce Newman added 11 pints and four steals.

“We finally started moving the ball on offense (in the second quarter),” Raymond head coach Mike Tully said. “We were also able to pick up the intensity defensively and started to do things like we want to.”

Austin Lewis led South Bend (0-8, 0-16) with seven points.

On Saturday, Raymond travels to North Beach and South Bend goes to Ocosta.

SB 6 2 3 7 — 18 Ray 10 19 24 16 — 69

South Bend (18) — Ogilve, A. Diaz, Z. Johnson, Davis 5, Lewis 7, Ad. Diaz, Johnson 4, Kunke, Edwards, Elliott 2. FG — 8-29 (.276).. FT — 1-4.

Raymond (69) — So 7, Maneman 2, Bisbee 13, Freeman, Newman 11, Flemetis 4, Villegas 6, Murdock, Sida, J. Hamilton 6, Ratsavongsy 12, A. Hamilton 6, McFadden 2. FG — 25-65 (.385). FT — 17-26.

JV — Raymond won.

Wildcats 46, Navigators 40

LACEY — Outscoring Northwest Christian 16-5 in the third quarter, Ocosta went on to top the Navigators in a Pacific League game Thursday at Lacey.

The Wildcats (4-5, 8-8) shot only 18 percent from the field in trailing 23-18 at the half. Their marksmanship improved considerably in the final two quarters.

“We started pushing, pushing, pushing and the shots started falling,” Wildcat coach Jason Quinby said. “That was the difference.”

Alex Herrera had 11 points and seven rebounds for Ocosta. Teammates Caleb Tackett and James Benn added nine and eight rebounds, respectively, as the Wildcats enjoyed a 37-20 bulge off the glass.

Ocosta’s Dan Sobrera handed out five assists.

The Wildcats host South Bend on Saturday.

Oco 12 6 16 12 — 46 NWC 12 11 5 12 — 40

Ocosta (46) — Campos, Tackett 7, Sobrera 9, Herrera 11, Bambauer 7, Krigbaum 2, Wright 2, Benn 8. FG — 19-55 (.345). FT — 6-10.

Northwest Christian (40) — Koukal 12, Shoffner 7, Kler 7, Vhou 4, Boogerd 3, Thomas 2, Griffin 1, Johnson 2, Bodine 2, FG — 16-50 (.320). FT — 6-13.

JV — Northwest Christian won.

BOYS SWIMMING

Bocbats swept

OLYMPIA — Traveling for a double dual meet against Capital and Olympia, a short-handed Aberdeen squad came away with good swims, but no team wins at The Evergreen State College on Thursday.

The Bobcats fell to the Bears, 112-58, and to the Cougars, 92-78. Aberdeen was without some of its second and third swimmers in each event, plus head coach Keith Lile, due to illness. Assistant coach Dan Sundstrom piloted the squad in these dual meets.

Against Capital, the Bobcats won six events, including a state-qualifying mark in the 400 freestyle relay. The team of Colton Sundstrom, Dillon Rowe, Brad Farrer and Joseph Bowley earned the mark at 3:31.22. The same team switched a few places and started the meet with a win in the 200 medley relay.

Sundstrom won two individual events (100 and 200 freestyle), with Bowley winning the 200 individual medley and Farrer claiming the 100 breaststroke.

Aberdeen could have swept the relays, but its team of Seth Caba, Keegan Davison, Brandon Grigsby and Keegan Shippey were edged out by nine-one thousandths of a second by Capital.

“All things considered, the guys did well,” Lile reported. “Where we beat Capital last time was on the depth of our second and third swimmers. We were a little weak in that area this time, mostly due to illness and sickness striking many of them. The guys stepped up the best they could.”

Lile cited Davison, Farrer and Roman Langley for their strong swims.

On Saturday, Aberdeen will host Lindbergh of Renton at 1 p.m. at the YMCA of Grays Harbor on Senior Day.

200 MR — 1:49.86 — Aberdeen (Rowe, Bowley, Farrer, Sundstrom), Capital, Aberdeen. 200 Free — 1:56.62 — Sundstrom (A), Matson (C), Anderson (C), Davison (A). 200 IM — 2:09.88 — Bowley (A), Jeager (C), Young (C), Jones (C). 5o Free — 23.76 — Reece (C), Rowe (A), Shippey (A), Brooks (C). 100 Fly — 58.08 — Reece (C), Bowley (A) 59.09, Jeager (C), Wolfenberger (A). 100 Free — 51.37 — Sundstrom (A), Farrer (A), Martinsen (C), Brooks (C). 500 Free — 5:41.26 — Matsen (C), Rowe (A), Knutsen (C), Coury (C). 200 FR — 1:44.52 — Capital, Aberdeen, Capital. 100 Back — 1:04.97 — Young (C), Davison (A), Jones (C), Sharp (C). 100 Breast — 1:12.16 — Farrer (A), Setina (C), Anderson (C), Bunge (C). 400 FR — 3:31.22* — Aberdeen (Sundstrom, Rowe, Farrer, Bowley), Capital, Capital. *-state 2A meet qualifying mark.

WRESTLING

Eagles split

FORKS — Elma split with Hoquiam and Forks in an Evergreen 1A League double-dual match Wednesday at Forks.

The Eagles downed the Grizzlies, 42-28, but lost to the Spartans, 36-24. Results of the Hoquiam match were reported in Thursday’s edition.

Elma was without two regulars against Forks.

“I honestly believe if we had those two guys, it would have been a different score,” Elma coach Jason Dick said. “I give it to Forks. They went out and wrestled hard. They beat us on depth and that normally doesn’t happen.”

Dick cited Colin Venske for a first-round pin against Hoquiam.

The Eagles will split their squad between the Kalama and Willapa Harbor tournaments on Saturday.

Spartans 36, Eagles 24

152 — Garcia (F) dec. over Nate Raffelson, 12-9. 160 — Salazar (F) dec. Steven Persell, 6-2. 170 — Camacho (F) pinned Michael Persell, 3:20. 182 — Layne Sutten (E) dec. Castaneda, 9-1. 195 — Austin Carrell (E) won forfeit. 220 — Brek McGaughy (E) dec. Joel Ward, 5-4. 285 — M. Morales (F) won forfeit. 106 — S. Morales (F) pinned Colin Venske, 1:22. 113 — Ryan Wilson (E) dec. Ensetsi, 9-1. 120 — Matt Gamino (E) dec. Ortiz, 11-2. 126 — Contreras (F) dec. Jayden Olson, 9-0. 132 — Tanner Sample (E) dec. Sanchez, 10-2. 138 — Barragan (F) dec. Jacob Nelson, 14-6. 145 — Parker (F) dec. Cory Marsh, 11-2.