TUMWATER — Led by Jordan Spradlin, Montesano’s girls made another statement against an upper-division foe on Thursday.
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SEASIDE , Ore . — Well-balanced Elma advanced to the semifinals of the Seaside Invitational Girls Basketball Tournament by downing Astoria, 54-45, on Thursday.
WESTPORT — Host Ocosta grabbed the lead on back-to-back 3-point baskets to start the fourth quarter, forcing Willapa Valley to call timeout with the home crowd going nuts with excitement.
The first round of the Evergreen 2A/1A League’s girls basketball race-within-a-race belonged emphatically to Rochester.
TUKWILA — Excellence on penalty kicks produced a state championship for the Montesano Mavericks.
Grays Harbor College will be the host team for a men’s basketball tournament this weekend, but the tourney will not be played on Grays Harbor.
Particularly at the lighter weights, Elma enjoyed the upper hand in what might have been labeled the Hoquiam Square Garden pinfest.
ELMA — A pre-holiday deep freeze arrived at the wrong time for Elma’s girls.
FORKS — Fast starts made a long trip seem shorter for Aberdeen’s basketball teams on Tuesday night.
Hoquiam produced a hot start and controlled the first half against Class 1A state fifth-ranked Montesano on Tuesday night.
The theme of Hoquiam’s boys basketball season may be “overcoming adversity.”