Friday Prep Roundup: Montesano girls, North Beach boys remain unbeaten


GIRLS BASKETBALL

Bulldogs 46, Mountaineers 32

RAINIER — Jordan Spradlin’s double-double—- 24 points and 22 rebounds— led Montesano past Rainier in Evergreen 1A League play on Friday at Rainier.

The undefeated Bulldogs (7-0, 13-0) led 25-13 at halftime.

Megan Choate added 11 points, dished up six assists and swiped six steals for the Bulldogs. Miranda Floch swiped eight steals to go with her eight points.

Peyton Dungan was the leading scorer for the Mountaineers with 13 points.

“We came out and had a good start, especially for a road game,” said MHS head coach Julie Graves. “We continued to battle and it was a hard-fought victory.”

Tonight, Montesano will host South Bend at Bo Griffith Memorial Gymnasium.

Monte. 16 9 7 14 — 46 Rainier 5 8 9 10 — 32

Montesano (46) — M. Floch 8, Choate 11, Miller 2, Spradlin 24, Jensen 1, S. Floch. FG — n.a. FT — 14-24.

Rainier (32) — Schaff 2, Honaker 11, Dungan 13, Justice 6, Spivey, Ivy, Thomas, Haley. FG — n.a. FT — 8-14.

JV — Montesano 40, Rainier 33. Josie Talley had 12 points for the Bulldogs.

Eagles 65, Spartans 14

ELMA — Blasting out to a 43-4 halftime lead, Elma finished off Forks in an Evergreen 1A League contest Friday at Elma.

Elma’s defense created numerous turnovers in the first half as the Eagles improved to 6-1 in league and 9-4 overall.

Brooke Goldsmith came within one assist of a triple-double, as she finished with 15 points, 10 steals and nine assists.

“She’s playing awesome right now,” Elma coach Lisa Johnson said.

Maddie Thompson tallied 16 points, while Sydney Smythe collected nine rebounds.

The Eagles travel to Tenino on Tuesday.

Forks 2 2 7 3 — 14 Elma 27 16 9 13 — 65

Forks (14) — DeMatties 4, Palmer, Paul 6, Banks, Smith, Weeks 2, Henderson, Collins, Flores 2. FG — 5-24 (.208). FT — 5-8.

Elma (65) — M. Thompson 16, Farrar, Grant 6, Goldsmith 15, Cristelli 4, L. Thompson 4, Smythe 2, Hall 6, Doyle 4, Lipska 8. FG — 27-58 (.466). FT — 9-13.

Vikings 40, Comets 30

MENLO — In a game where 40 fouls were called and 57 free throws were attempted, Willapa Valley remained unbeaten in the Pacific League by toppling Naselle on Friday at Tenoski Gym.

Lauren Friese had a double-double for the Vikings— 10 points and 10 rebounds. Brooke Harden grabbed 10 rebounds to go with her eight points. Karli Friese swiped 10 steals and scored 14 points for the Vikings (7-0, 13-2).

Naselle only had one player score in double figures.

“Neither team could get a flow going with 40 fouls called,” said Valley head coach Matt Bannish. “We were horrendous from the line (13-33). We didn’t play to our capability and could not put them away.”

Bannish cited Sydney Wilkeson for fine play off the bench, especially with her rebounding.

On Tuesday, Valley will host Ocosta.

Naselle 5 13 7 5 — 30 W. Valley 8 14 14 4 — 40

Naselle (30) — Chapman 5, Nelson 9, T. Eaton, Green 12, Leeland, A. Eaton 1, Jascot, Bjornsgard 3. FG — 8-34 (.235). FT — 14-24.

Willapa Valley (40) — L. Friese 10, Smaciarz 4, Wilkeson 4, K. Friese 14, Sanaski, Fluke, Harden 8, Trotter. FG — 13-59 (.220). FT — 13-33.

Owls 52, Loggerettes 16

MATLOCK — Disciplined Mary M. Knight, behind the play of Jaycee Valley and Miranda Sowle, thumped Wishkah in non-league play on Friday at Matlock.

Valley and Sowle scored 11 points apiece for the Owls (6-3). Valley grabbed six rebounds, swiped six steals and dished up five assists. Carlie Adsero was the leading scorer with 15 points and the leading rebounder with 10— a double-double— and she also swiped eight steals.

“We came out with good energy in the first half,” said Knight coach Lance Valley. “Our girls played well defensively in the second half as well.”

Lacey Barber was the leading scorer for the Loggerettes (2-9) with six points, two assists and four steals. Payton West was the leading rebounder with 11 and Eliza Kinnaman grabbed nine rebounds. Chrissy Rurup swiped three steals.

“Mary M. Knight runs a disciplined program,” said Wishkah coach Katherine Butcher. “They are hard, physical, aggressive players. They hustle well. We want to have confidence, also in our defense.”

Butcher praised Barber for strong play and Tiana Warren for excellent ball-handling. She also commended her two eighth graders for joining the team.

Tonight, Knight hosts Oakville. On Friday, Wishkah hits the road to Lake Quinault.

Wishkah 4 4 6 2 — 16 M. M. Knight 16 14 11 11 — 52

Wishkah (16) — West 4, Barber 6, Kinnaman 2, Ancich 4, Hill, Cushing. FG — 7-35 (.200). FT — 2-7.

Mary M. Knight (52) — Valley 11, Haury 2, Bearden 3, Sowle 11, K. Kiliz 2, A. Kiliz 4, Adsero 15, Dierkop 4. FG — 20-75 (.267). FT — 9-12.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Hyaks 65, Navigators 36

OYEHUT — Corey Thornton scored 20 of his 23 points in the first half as unbeaten North Beach trounced Northwest Christian in a Pacific League contest Friday at Oyehut.

Gabe Hernandez contributed 13 points, 11 rebounds, seven assists and four steals for the Hyaks (7-0, 14-0).

While the Hyaks shot well, North Beach coach Larry Moore was even more impressed with his club’s defensive effort. Northwest Christian shot only 17 percent from the field.

He cited Pedro Gonzales and Carson Ketter for containing Navigator ace Austin Koukal in the first half. Mike Beck was also credited with strong defensive play and Levi Edlin for a reserve performance.

“Our defense was really strong in the first half,” Moore observed.

The Hyaks host Naselle on Thursday.

N.W. Christ. 10 4 9 13 — 36 N. Beach 20 19 16 10 — 65

Northwest Christian (36) — Fox 4, Dominguez 4, Koukal 15, Griffin, Kosierowski 1, Stottlemyre, Kier 10, Thomas, Boogerd 2. FG — 9-52 (.173). FT — 15-23.

North Beach (65) — Beck 7, Thornton 23, Jordan Chong, Gonzales, Justin Chong 4, Takagi, Ketter 2, Edlin 8, Hernandez 13, Fry 4, Perez 2, Bridge 2. FG — 26-56 (.464). FT — 5-11.

JV — North Beach won.

Spartans 45, Eagles 39

ELMA — Forks came from behind in the fourth quarter to upset Elma in an Evergreen 1A League game Friday night at Elma.

The underdog Spartans trailed 30-27 after three quarters before erupting for 18 points in the final period.

The Eagles, meanwhile, hit only 5 of 12 free throws and were 0-for-19 from 3-point range.

“We shot 30 percent from the floor, we shot 37 percent from the foul line and 0-of-19 from (beyond) the arc,” Elma coach Marvin Prince said. “We couldn’t get in a rhythm. And give Forks credit, they did what they had to do to get the win.”

Forks floor leader Colton Raben, who made four 3-pointers and all six of his free throws, led all scorers with 24 points. Only three Spartans scored.

Chance Bremer had 14 points and 10 rebounds and Ray Stark nine points for the Eagles (5-2, 7-5).

The Eagles travel to Tenino on Tuesday.

Forks 9 5 13 18 — 45 Elma 6 11 13 9 — 39

Forks (45) — Raben 24, Sampson, Armas 2, Schumack, Green, Browning, Sampson, Gonzales 19. FG — 17-42 (.404). FT — 7-14.

Elma (39) — Collin 3, Nauman, Stark 9, Lorton, Osgood, Gilman 1, Bremer 14, Davis 4, Neary 8. FG — 15-50 (.300). FT — 9-24.

Mountaineers 38, Bulldogs 28

RAINIER Limited to eight points in the second half, Montesano fell to Rainier in an Evergreen 1A League game Friday at Rainier.

The Mountaineers used a significant advantage from the foul line to prevail. The hosts canned 12-of-29 from the stripe, while the Bulldogs missed all five of their foul shots.

“They seemed to go to the free-throw line a lot and a lot of our shots seemed to go in and out,” Monte coach Doug Galloway said.

Kaleb Chastain and Evan Bialkowsky shared Bulldog scoring honors with eight points each. Chastain also grabbed seven rebounds, one more than Bialkowsky.

The Bulldogs (3-4, 7-7) travel to South Bend for a non-leaguer Wednesday.

Monte 6 14 4 4 — 28 Rainier 13 6 8 9 — 38

Montesano (28) — Truax 6, Usher, Chastain 8, Roy 4, Hopsecger 2, Bialkowsky 8, Herzog, Nelson. FG — n/a. FT — 0-5.

Rainier (38) — Eygabroad 5, Froembling 11, Dragt 1, Vichler 9, Miller 2, Shaw 3, Coker 5, Carlson, Chorman. FG — n/a. FT — 12-29.

Wildcats 66, Gulls 46

RAYMOND — Ocosta put on a long-range shooting clinic in beating Raymond in a Pacific League game Friday at Raymond.

The Wildcats (4-3, 8-6) knocked down 9-of-12 from 3-point range. Dan Sobrera, Caleb Tackett, Alex Herrera and Anthony Juarez each hit a pair of threes.

“Just by far the best we’ve done,” Ocosta coach Jason Quinby said. “Raymond started out in a zone and that gave us some open looks.”

Sobrera led all scorers with 17 points. He also dished out four assists. Tackett contributed a double-double with 13 points and seven rebounds. James Benn topped Ocosta rebounders with eight.

“They had outstanding shooters, especially from 3-point range,” Raymond interim coach Ron Bell said. “They couldn’t miss.”

Rayce Newman had 16 points to lead Raymond (3-4, 5-8). Darol Ratsavongsy chipped in with eight points, 11 rebounds and three steals.

Both teams return to action Thursday, with Ocosta hosting Willapa Valley and Raymond visiting Elma.

Ocosta 16 17 14 19 — 66 Raymond 13 13 7 13 — 46

Ocosta (66) — Short 5, Prigmore, Tackett 13, Sobrera 17, Herrera 11, Anderson, Bambauer 6, Torres, Juarez 8, Mitby, Benn 6. FG — 21-43 (.489). FT — 15-23.

Raymond (46) — Crow 2, Freeman 8, Newman 16, Phansisay, Koski 8, Stepp 1, Ratsavongsy 8, Lund 3. FG — 17-49 (.347). FT — 11-19.

JV — Ocosta won.

Vikings 65, Comets 38

MENLO — Willapa Valley jumped ahead 23-4 in the first quarter and never looked back en route to walloping Naselle in Pacific League play on Friday at Tenoski Gym.

Matt Konigsberger, returning from an injury, and Stephen Camenzind led the Vikings with 21 and 14 points, respectively. Both players also grabbed eight rebounds and dished up five assists. Kyler Oblad swiped three steals to go with his 10 points for the Vikings (6-1, 11-3).

Valley had only nine turnovers, while the Comets committed 24.

Jake Williams was the leading scorer for the Comets with 13 points.

“Beginning with the first quarter, we went ahead 23-4 and Matt (Konigsberger) scored 13 of his points,” said Valley head coach John Peterson. “It was a good team win.”

On Monday, Valley will host Adna at Tenoski Gym.

Naselle 4 9 13 12 — 38 W. Valley 23 16 20 6 — 65

Naselle (38) — Williams 13, Cater, Corona 4, S. Scrabeck 11, See 1, Lopez 4, Bergeson 3, J. Scrabeck, Gudmundsen 2, Juarez, Tutu’u. FG — 15-49 (.306). FT — 5-9.

Willapa Valley (65) — Sagen, Buchanan 4, Konigsberger 21, Cook 2, Oblad 10, Gray 2, Fluke, Pearson 8, Camenzind 14, Graves 4. FG — 29-59 (.492). FT — 4-4.

JV — Willapa Valley won.

Elks 53, Mustangs 26

AMANDA PARK — Lake Quinault used a balanced attack to beat North River in a non-league contest Friday at Amanda Park.

Dylan Dorhofer was Quinault’s only double-figure scorer, with 12 points, as Elk coach Clinton Potter made extensive use of reserves.

“I gave a lot of my younger guys floor time today,” Potter said.

Quinault’s Dylan Lines grabbed four 14 rebounds and swiped four steals. Julio Silva had a fine all-around performance with nine rebounds, two steals and two assists.

Christian Wilson paced North River with eight points.

The Elks (3-10) host Wishkah next Friday. North River travels to Wishkah tonight.

North River 7 6 4 9 — 26 Lake Quin. 12 20 10 11 — 53

North River (26) — Turner 2, L. Churape 4, Holmes, Wilson 8, Berentsen 6, J. Churape 2, Taylor, Simpson 4, McDougall, Baughman. FG — 10-47 (.213). FT — 4-11.

Lake Quinault (53) — Johnson 2, Silva 6, Hsu 6, Ramirez, Kalama 9, Lines 8, Hidalgo 3, Diggle 7, Dorhofer 12. FG — 24-58 (.414). FT — 3-6.

Loggers 83, Owls 32

MATLOCK — Jumping ahead 23-2 in the first quarter, Wishkah scored in double figures in all four quarters to rout Mary M. Knight in non-league play on Friday at Matlock.

Brady Anderson led the Loggers (11-4), with 23 points and six assists. Trey Berge scored 18 points and pulled down 11 rebounds for a double-double. Keigan Gardiner added 16 points and swiped six steals. Gavin Baltzell scored 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds— also a double-double.

Mary M. Knight had one player score in double figures.

“We were up 33 points at halftime,” said Wishkah head coach Matt Ferrier. “We had four of our players score above 13 points. We distributed the ball well and were unselfish in our play. We were also good at the free throw line.”

Ferrier cited Berge for having one of the finest games of his career and Baltzell for excellent play.

Tonight, the Loggers will host North River.

Wishkah 23 30 18 12 — 83 M.M. Knight 1 2 18 4 8 —32

Wishkah (83) — Gardiner 16, B. Anderson 23, Rodriguez 4, Richardson, Thein 2, J. Anderson 7, Berge 18, Baltzell 13. FG — 29-56 (.518). FT — 16-20.

Mary M. Knight (32) — Anderson 3, Pais 7, Kenyon 2, Diggle 4, Thompson 10, McGee, Boley, Werly, Renecker 6. FG — 11-51 (.216). FT — 2-7.

Chitwhins 72, Acorns 48

TAHOLAH — Keanu Curleybear and the Chitwhin defense led Taholah to a rout of Oakville in non-league play on Friday at Taholah.

Curleybear scored 22 points, grabbed eight rebounds, swiped four steals and dished up five assists for the Chitwhins (5-4). Wade Purdy scored 19 points and Jimmy Smith-Kramer scored 15 points, pulled down eight rebounds, swiped four steals and dished up five assists.

Ray Lopez was the leading scorer for the Acorns (7-6), with 26 points. The remainder of the Acorn players were limited to single digits in scoring.

“We did a half-court trapping defense,” said Taholah assistant coach Eric Capoeman. “We limited all their other players except Lopez — he got away from us.”

Capoeman praised Purdy for a nice game with five 3-pointers and 7-for-7 from the field. He also commended Brett Orozco for a nice defensive game and nice hustle.

Taholah will travel to Lummi for a game on Jan. 28.

Oakville 10 18 9 9 — 48

Taholah 13 24 17 18 — 72

Oakville (48) — M. Youckton 8, Lorton 2, WalkingEagle, Trout 4, A. Youckton, Ortivez 2, Lopez 26, Bird 3, Jack 3, Bray, Atkins, S. Youckton, Tinney. FG — 19-56 (.339). FT — 7-10.

Taholah (72) — Anderson, Orozco 3, Smith-Kramer 15, Jackson 9, Purdy 19, James, Jones 2, Needham 2, Curleybear 22. FG — 26-58 (.448). FT — 9-15.

 

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