Prep Roundup: Willapa Valley girls stay unbeaten in league


Vikings 51, Hyaks 23

OYEHUT — League-leading Willapa Valley was quick and executed well to topple North Beach in Pacific League play on Friday at Oyehut.

Karli Friese led the Vikings (9-0, 15-2) with 14 points. Emily Fluke added 10 points.

Emily Takagi grabbed 12 rebounds to go with her six points for the Hyaks (4-5, 6-10). The Hyaks shot just 20 per cent from the floor and were down 26-8 at halftime.

“They (the Vikings) are a good basketball team,” said Hyak head coach Brett Mackey. “They are quick and execute well. We struggle and we need to play better basketball to compete.”

On Monday, North Beach will hit the road to Taholah. On Feb. 1, Valley will travel to Northwest Christian.

W. Valley1610619—51 N. Beach4487—23

Willapa Valley (51) — L. Friese 6, Smaciarz 5, Wilkeson 4, K. Friese 14, Sanaski 2, Cook, Fluke 10, Harden 6, Trotter 2, Huber, Naranjo 2. FG — 19-49 (.388). FT — 11-21.

North Beach (23) — Sotomish 3, M. Pope 3, Takagi 6, Robles 1, L. Garman 6, Moore 3, Avery 1. FG — 7-35 (.200). FT — 6-19.

Gulls 44, Indians 33

SOUTH BEND — A defensive rivalry game broke out between Raymond and South Bend, with the visitors mustering enough offense to claim this Pacific League matchup on Friday night.

Hailee Williams led all scorers with 15 points and 10 rebounds, a double-double, and Aiysha Garcia added 14 points, 12 rebounds and three assists for the Gulls (7-1, 11-5).

Katlyn Sawyer led the Indians (2-6, 4-12) with 11 points and nine rebounds and Rielly Myers added seven points and nine rebounds.

“It wasn’t a great night for us, but it was an even worse night for them,” Raymond head coach Jon Schray said. “They played good defense and slowed us down. It was a good game. It came down to which team would make more shots. We grounded it out and I’m happy with the way the girls responded.”

“We were extremely cold to start with,” South Bend head coach Gary Wilson said. “This is our third game in four days and it really showed. We had a hard time getting things going.”

On Thursday, both teams will hit the road after a long break — Raymond at North Beach and South Bend at Ocosta.

Raymond149714—44 S. Bend63816—33

Raymond (44) — Williams 15, Gilbert 2, Collins 7, Dunsmoor, Heckard 3, Garcia 14, Newman 2, Flemetis 1, Oatfield. FG — 15-49 (.306). FT — 10-24.

South Bend (33) — Cearns 6, Sanchez 3, Trent, Kousonhsavath, Lorton, Sawyer 11, Razo 4, Myers 7, Wilson 2. FG — 13-53 (.245). FT — 3-7.

Elks 52, Loggerettes 34

AMANDA PARK — Lale Quinault did a good job of distributing and taking care of the ball to edge Wishkah in non-league play on Friday at Amanda Park.

Hannah Allen led the Elks with 15 points and Mikaila Blackburn added 13 points. Faith Thomas scored 10 points.

Alex Blackburn grabbed 11 rebounds for the Elks (7-6). Romey Begay dished up four assists.

“The girls did a good job distributing the ball and taking care of it with 18 assists to only 14 turnovers,” said Quinault head coach Dennis Hinchen. “They (the Elks) worked hard at taking away the passing lanes, which contributed to 23 steals.”

Hinchen complimented Hannah Allen on a good all-around game with 15 points, six rebounds, three assists, four steals and only one turnover during her limited playing time (in the first and third quarters). The rest of the time the Elks made liberal use of reserves as they were ahead 29-9 at halftime.

Payton West grabbed 10 rebounds and dished up four assists to go with her seven points for the Loggerettes (2-10). Eliza Kinnaman grabbed five rebounds and scored eight points.

“It was a good game for us,” said Wishkah head coach Katherine Butcher. “We’ve been struggling as a team the last few weeks. This game was positive from beginning to end.”

Butcher cited Lacey Barber for hustle defensively in defending Begay, held to just four points. She also cited Chrissy Rurup and Kinnaman for their fine effort.

Tonight, Lake Quinault will host Oakville. Wishkah will host Oakville next Friday at Brian Eager Memorial Gym.

Wishkah54817—34 L. Quinault1613158—52

Wishkah (34) — Warren, West 7, Barber 5, Kinnaman 8, Anderson, Hill, Tudor, Rurup 7, Ancich 7, Sorenson, Cushing. FG — 13-41 (.317). FT — 5-10.

Lake Quinault (52) — E. Silva 2, Begay 4, F. Thomas 10, A.Blackburn 6, Esparza, Gerard, M. Blackburn 13, M. Silva, Garcia, Allen 15, B. Thomas 2, Jackson. FG — 24-59 (.407). FT — 1-6.


Loggers 65, Elks 43

AMANDA PARK — A blistering 26-5 second quarter separated Wishkah from Lake Quinault in this non-league matchup on Friday night.

Jace Anderson scored all of his 13 points in the second quarter to help pace the Loggers (13-4) past the Elks (3-11). Brady Anderson led all scorers with 16 points and seven rebounds and Robert Rodriguez added 10 points for Wishkah.

“We had four guys score in double figures,” Wishkah head coach Matt Ferrier said. “We were unselfish with the basketball again. We used well-balanced scoring and took care of the ball.”

“We just couldn’t stop (Jace),” Lake Quinault head coach Clinton Potter said. “We couldn’t buy a basket in the first half. We did come alive a bit in the second half.”

Dylan Lines led Quinault with 13 points, nine rebounds and three assists, Kobe Kalama added 12 points and Dylan Dorhofer added 14 rebounds to the effort.

Ferrier cited Rodriguez for an all-around game.

Today, Lake Quinault hosts Oakville. On Friday, Wishkah stays home to greet Oakville.

Wishkah1326917—65 Lake Quin1051315—43

Wishkah (65) — Gardiner 10, B. Anderson 16, Rodriguez 10, Thein 3, J. Anderson 13, Berge 7, Baltzell 6. FG — 23-61 (.377). FT — 12-18.

Lake Quinault (43) — C. Johnson 6, Silva, Hsu, Ramirez 2, Kalama 12, Lines 13, Hildalgo 3, Diggle, Dorhofer 7. FG — 15-54 (.278) FT — 8-10.

Acorns 73, Mustangs 30

OAKVILLE — Oakville passed well and used good defense to topple North River in non-league play on Friday at Oakville.

Ray Lopez was the leading scorer for the Acorns (10-6) with 16 points. Gary Ortivez scored 14 points and dished up six assists. Kobe Lorton added 12 points and swiped three steals.

Marcus Youckton scored nine points, dished up six assists and swiped three steals for the Acorns. T.J. Trott and Shawn Youckton grabbed 12 rebounds and 11 rebounds, respectively, and John Atkins pulled down seven.

“North River has some great kids playing, including two girls,” said Oakville coach Cliff Harris. “Sean (Pierson) is an excellent coach. He works really hard throughout the game. It was nice to see our boys pass and execute the ball well. They also played great defense.”

Harris cited Lopez for shooting the ball well and the whole team for a fine effort.

Tonight, Oakville will hit the road to Lake Quinault and North River will host Mary M. Knight.

N. River8976—30 Oakville23152213—73

North River (30) — Turner 4, L. Churape, Holmes 2, Wilson 4, Berentsen, J. Churape 5, Taylor, Simpson 13, McDougall 2, Baughman. FG — 12-32 (.375). FT — 2-4.

Oakville (73) — M. Youckton 9, Lorton 12, Trott 2, A. Youckton 2, Ortivez 14, Lopez 16, Bray 2, S. Youckton 10, Tinney 4, Atkins 2. FG — 31-52 (.596). FT — 3-4.


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