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Prep Roundup: North Beach boys keep their undefeated run going


BOYS BASKETBALL

Hyaks 52, Indians 34

SOUTH BEND — Corey Thornton scored 16 points as North Beach remained unbeaten by beating South Bend in a Pacific League game Thursday at Koplitz Fieldhouse.

Pedro Gonzales added 12 points for the third-ranked Hyaks (5-0, 11-0), who were playing without ailing standout Gabe Hernandez.

Jordan Chong’s 3-point basket at the buzzer gave North Beach a 41-27 lead entering the final period and the Hyaks cruised from there.

Justin Elliott led South Bend with 12 points. The Tribe’s upset bid, however, was spoiled by 6-of-24 foul shooting.

“We got the shots we wanted, but we missed too many easy shots,” said South Bend coach Tom Betrozoff. “When you miss 18 free throws you lose by 18, it’s hard to take. Defensively, we played well. They’re pretty explosive.”

South Bend’s Tyson Edwards had 10 rebounds and five assists.

The Hyaks visit Ocosta on Saturday night. South Bend journeys to Naselle the same night.

North Beach 13 9 19 11 — 52

South Bend 9 7 11 7 — 34

North Beach (52) — Beck 5, Thornton 16, Jordan Chong 6, Gonzales 11, Justin Chong 5, Takagi 3, Ketter, Fry 4, Bridge 2, Wagner. FG — 20-63 (.317). FT — 3-10.

South Bend (34) — Ogilvie, Z. Johnson 2, Davis 12, Diaz 1, Lewis, T. Johnson 3, Edwards 4, Justin Elliott 12. FG — 13-40 (.325). FT — 6-24.

Seagulls 48, Comets 28

RAYMOND — Raymond featured a well-balanced scoring attack and played tough defense to topple Naselle in Pacific League play on Thursday at Raymond.

Tristan Lund was the leading scorer for the Gulls (3-1, 5-5) with 13 points and six rebounds. Jayce Freeman and Rayce Newman scored 12 points apiece. Newman dished up three assists and swiped five steals. Freeman swiped five steals.

Darol Ratsavongsy grabbed seven rebounds and dished up three assists for the Gulls.

Naselle did not have any players score in double figures.

“Raymond’s kids played excellent ball,” said interim Raymond coach Ron Bell. “We played well offensively and played tough defense. We have made tremendous progress since I have been here.”

On Saturday, Raymond makes the short trip to Tenoski Gym in Willapa Valley.

Naselle 6 9 10 3 — 28

Raymond 14 19 10 5 — 48

Naselle (28) — S. Scrabeck 7, Juarez 7, Corona 5, Williams 4, Bergeson 3, Gidmunson 2, Carter, See, J. Scrabeck, Tutu’u. FG — 15-52 (.289). FT — 5-12.

Raymond (48) — Freeman 12, Newman 12, Lund 13, Ratsavongsy 4, Phansisay 4, Koski 3, Crow, Stepp, Northup. FG — 17-65 (.262). FT — 15-20.

Vikings 55, Navigator 41

LACEY — A 17-4 third quarter allowed visiting Willapa Valley to secure this Pacific 2B League matchup on Thursday night.

Leading by five, 29-24, at the half, the Vikings (3-1, 8-3) moved the ball around, ran away from the Navigators and led by as many as 21 in the fourth quarter.

“We made 22 baskets, 20 of them were assisted,” Willapa Valley head coach John Peterson said. “That was impressive, so we’re sharing the ball.”

Stephen Carmenzind led all scorers with 19 points and nine rebounds, with Matt Konigsberger pulling down nine rebounds and coming up with three steals. Konigsberger was cited by Peterson for his defense.

Reserve Hunter Gray, who went 4-of-6 attempts from the field, was also cited by Peterson for his play.

On Saturday, Valley hosts rival Raymond.

Will Vall 16 13 17 9 — 55

NWC 12 12 4 13 — 41

Willapa Valley (55) — Sagen 5, Buchanan 6, Konigsberger 9, Oblad 5, Gray 8, Fluke, Pearson 3, Camenzind 19. FG — 22-51 (.432). FT — 8-18.

Northwest Christian (41) — Fox 6, Dominguez, A. Koukal 5, Griffin, I. Koukal 12, Stottlemyre 2, Kosierowski 2, Kier 8, Thomas, Boogard 6. FG — 18-49 (.367). FT — 2-8.

Acorns 53, Loggers 45

OAKVILLE — Oakville edged Wishkah in the second half for the non-league win on Thursday.

Ray Lopez was the leading scorer for the Acorns (6-5), with 18 points. Brady Anderson of the Loggers (9-4) matched him with 18 points. Keigan Gardiner added 10 points for the Loggers.

The Acorns’ TJ Trott pulled down 10 rebounds to go with his nine points. Shawn Youckton also grabbed 10 rebounds. Marcus Youckton dished up four assists.

‘Wishkah’s a great team and well-coached,” Oakville head coach Cliff Harris said. “They have six seniors who have played against five of our seniors for years. It was a delight to coach tonight’s game and it was fundamentally sound. It turned out to be a real dog fight and we were lucky to win.”

Harris cited Marcus Youckton, Kobe Lorton, Geo Jack and Gary Ortivez for rotating in on Wishkah’s Brady Anderson.

Next Friday, Wishkah travels to Mary M. Knight. Oakville hosts Lake Quinault tonight.

Wishkah 11 10 13 11 — 45

Oakville 9 11 19 14 — 53

Wishkah (45) — Gardiner 10, B. Anderson 18, Rodriguez 3, Richardson, Thein 6, K. Anderson 3, Berge 2, Baltzell 3. FG — 12-30 (.400). FT — 13-20.

Oakville (53) — M. Youckton 8, Lorton, WalkingEagle, Trott 9, A. Youckton, Ortivez 8, Lopez 18, Bird 5, Jack 5, Bray, Atkins, S. Youckton 2. FG — 13-36 (.361). FT — 5-10.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Hawks 54, Bobcats 39

LACEY — Alexxi Timmons knocked down 13 points to lead Aberdeen, which struggled to stop state-ranked River Ridge’s two post players in this Evergreen 2A loss on Thursday.

The fifth-ranked Hawks (3-2, 10-2) took advantage of a Bobcat drought in the middle of the first half for a 31-16 halftime lead. Savannah McGill led all scorers with 16 points and Rebecca Stevenson added 15 points for River Ridge.

“We had trouble stopping them,” AHS head coach Aaron Roiko said. “We scrapped back into the game in the third quarter, but then lost our legs and ran out of gas. In the first half, we were hesitant. In the second half, we were more aggressive.”

Roiko cited Timmons for her offensive game and Kiana Dixon, who scored 11 points, for her all-around game.

On Saturday, Aberdeen (0-4, 3-6) hosts North Thurston.

Aberdeen 8 8 15 8 — 39

River Ridge 13 18 13 10 — 54

Aberdeen (39) — Fisher, Timmons 13, Dixon 11, Roiko 6, Manwell 5, Kuhn, Blackburn 4. FG — 16-48. FT — 3-8.

River Ridge (54) — K. Coleman 7, A. Ayers 3, M. Bernethy 2, P. Johnston 1, S. McGill 16, R. Stevenson 15, K. Floyd 10. FG — 21-49. FT — 10-19.

JV — Aberdeen 63, River Ridge 20. Paige Johnson 24 points for AHS.

Acorns 49, Loggerettes 14

OAKVILLE — Oakville controlled the boards while thumping Wishkah in a non-league game on Thursday at Oakville.

Ryan Anderson was the leading rebounder for the Logggerettes (1-7), with 13. Ally Ancich added 10 and Payton West contributed nine.

Natosha Lewis was the leading scorer for the Acorns, who led 26-9 at halftime, with 14 points.

On Wednesday, Wishkah hits the road to Ocosta.

Wishkah 1 8 4 1 — 14

Oakville 10 16 8 15 — 49

Wishkah (14) — Warren, Pruitt, West 2, Barber, Kinnaman, R. Anderson 5, Rurup 4, Tudor 1, Ancich 2. FG — 6-41 (.146). FT — 2-15.

Oakville (49) — White 8, Baas 10, Lewis 14, Moore, Pheeiay 2, Arreguin, K. Bray 5, J. Bray 4, Lorton 6. FG — 20-71 (.282). FT — 6-16.

Chitwhins 56, Bruins 25

CLALLAM BAY — Short-handed Taholah remained unbeaten by thumping Clallam Bay in a non-league contest Wednesday night at Clallam Bay.

The Chitwhins (6-0) were without three players due to a combination of injuries and illness. Karleena Walther, however, scored 18 points while Trish Charley contributed 17 rebounds, five assists and five steals. Nicole Hidalgo tallied 13 points for Taholah.

Normally, Taholah’s sixth woman, Lisa James stepped into a starting role and had nine points, nine rebounds, six blocked shots, five asteals and three assists.

“The girls off the bench had really great improvement and made contributions to the game,” Taholah assistant coach Donald Waugh said. “Our bench did a great job.”

The Chitwhins make the cross-state trip to Yakama Tribal on Saturday afternoon.

Taholah 10 19 13 14 — 56

Clallam Bay 6 8 2 9 — 25

Taholah (56) — L. James 9, Walther 18, Charley 7, Logan 5, Markishtum, C. Pope 4, N. Hidalgo 13. FG — 26-69 (.377). FT — 2-9.

Clallam Bay (25) — LaChester 10, Herndon 2, Erickson 7, Maines, Signor 6, Wilson, McCoy. FG — 10-46 (.217). FT — 3-5.

WRESTLING

Hawks 41, Bobcats 39

River Ridge registered pins in the final two matches to nip Aberdeen in an Evergreen 2A Conference match Thursday at Sam Benn Gym.

The Bobcats owned a 39-29 lead until River Ridge’s Collin Dixon and Daniel Montessa won the final two bouts.

Tristen Jimenez, Tavo Sanchez, Henry Fultz and Jordon Logan recorded pins for Aberdeen, with Jimenez and Sanchez cited for particularly fine performances against competitive opponents.

“We did wrestle better than we did last night (against Hoquiam), but we still have a lot to work on,” AHS coach Chuck Veloni said. “We’re having a pretty intense practice (today) and we’re coming in with a new attitude for next week.”

The Bobcats will compete in Hoquiam’s Grizzly Alumni Association Invitational on Saturday.

138 — Erikk Machowek (A) dec. Pyboon Kringmuang , 10-9. 145 — Tristen Jimenez (A) pinned Levi Ponce, 0:26. 152 —Jacob Zocco (RR) tech. fall over Kolby Shelton, 18-1. 160 — Elijah Camacho (RR) pinned Drew Stocker, 2:11. 170 — Tavo Sanchez (A) pinned Robert Carras, 3:56. 182 — Vaugan Berg (RR) pinned Justin Baldwin, 0:53. 195 — Ben Tupper (A) won forfeit. 220 — Henry Fultz (A) pinned Donald Imes, 0:30. 285 — Jordon Logan (A) pinned Sean Roberts, 2:58.

106 — Gavin Hogan (RR) won forfeit. 113 — Ryan Calumpit (RR) pinned Peyton Glanz, 0:20. 120 — Ali Morris (A) won forfeit. 126 — Collin Dixon (RR) pinned Austin Pierce, 2:30. 132 — Daniel Montessa (RR) pinned Erick Juarez, 1:18.

 

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