Saturday Prep Roundup: Aberdeen’s Logan nabs Klahowya mat title


WRESTLING

Bobcats at Klahowya

SILVERDALE — Aberdeen’s Jordon Logan captured the 285-pound championship in the Klahowya Invitational on Saturday.

Logan pinned state placewinner Mason Ready of Franklin Pierce in 4:34 of the heavyweight final.

Aberdeen’s Bobby Rowe, who has been wrestling junior varsity for much of the season, provided a surprise by reaching the 160-pound title match. He lost to Cascade Christian’s Te’ave Metzger-Magalbi, 8-2, in the championship bout but drew considerable praise from AHS coach Chuck Veloni.

Aberdeen’s Tristen Jimenez (145 pounds) and Seferino Farias (106) each placed third.

Although drastically short-handed, the Bobcats finished seventh as a team. They had two wrestlers sidelined with the flu, two missed weight and one missed the team bus.

“The one who were able to wrestle (did) awesome,” Veloni said. “For one reason or another, we didn’t have a full lineup.”

The Bobcat boys do not have a dual match this week, but Aberdeen will host Hoquiam on Thursday in the first-ever girls dual match between the two schools.

Hyaks 45, Navigators 39 OT

LACEY — North Beach hit key free throws in overtime and Emily Takagi got four key rebounds down the stretch to outlast Northwest Christian in Pacific League play on Saturday at Lacey.

Quay Sotomish had a double-double—- with 17 points and 12 rebounds for the Hyaks (4-3, 6-8). Takagi had 12 rebounds as well to go with her six points. Hannah Avery grabbed 10 rebounds and Reilly Moore dished up four assists.

Mackenzie Reeves was the leading scorer for the Navigators with 22 points.

“In overtime, we hit the free throws we needed for the win,” said North Beach head coach Brett Mackey. “We did not make any of our free throws in the first half (0-5) and we hit 3-of-our 6 field goals in overtime. Takagi’s rebounds were key to either stopping a possession or gaining it back. We battled back and forth with them (the Navigators).”

Mackey cited the whole team for a fine effort.

On Thursday, the Hyaks will host Naselle.

N. Beach 5 8 12 9 11 — 45

NW Christian 5 13 10 6 5 — 39

North Beach (45) — Sotomish 17, H. Garman, M. Pope 10, Takagi 6, L. Garman, Moore 8, Avery 4. FG — 15-54 (.278). FT — 10-19.

Northwest Christian (39) — E. VanMarter 7, M. VanMarter 6, Reeves 22, Dominguez, Stottlemyre 2, Sowers 2, Sanne. FG — 11-57 (.193). FT — 17-27.

Bulldogs 57, Indians 39

MONTESANO — Led by Jordan Spradlin’s 22 points and 17 rebounds, Montesano remained unbeaten by beating South Bend on Saturday at Bo Griffith Memorial Gym.

The Bulldogs (14-0) led 30-17 at the half, then blew things open by outscoring the Indians 20-9 in the third quarter.

“I tried to challenge the kids at halftime to come out with more energy in the third quarter and I think they responded,” Monte coach Julie Graves said.

Megan Choate added 15 points and three assists for the Bulldogs. Myranda Floch also handed out three assists, while Cortney Miller pulled down eight rebounds.

Rielly Myers topped South Bend (4-9) with 12 points. Sierra Cearns added nine points for the Tribe.

The two teams meet again Wednesday at South Bend. The Indians will also travel to Northwest Christian on Tuesday.

South Bend 9 8 9 13 — 39

Montesano 13 17 20 7 — 57

South Bend (39) — Cearns 9, Trent 3, Sawyer 4, Razo 6, Myers 12, Wilson 5, Sanchez, Kousounhsavath. FG — 15-35 (.429). FT — 5-12.

Montesano (57) — Jensen 4, M. Floch 4, Schurr 4, Choate 15, Miller 4, Klompken 4, Spradlin 22, Bartlett, S. Floch. FG — 22-60 (.367). FT — 10-22.

JV — Montesano won. Josie Talley 13 points for Montesano.

Seagulls 55, Wildcats 30

WESTPORT — Raymond made a strong defensive effort to beat Ocosta in Pacific League play on Saturday at Westport.

Aiysha Garcia led the Gulls (6-1, 9-5) with 20 points. Hailee Williams added a double-double on 15 points and 13 rebounds, as well as six steals and six assists.

The Wildcats (0-7, 2-12) did not have any player score in double figures. Alyssa Phillips had eight points for the Wildcats.

“We made a good defensive effort and forced turnovers,” said RHS head coach Jon Schray. “We started out with the press in the first half and the girls did a great job of sharing the ball.”

Garcia was commended for hustle.

On Wednesday, Raymond will host Tenino. On Tuesday, Ocosta hits the road to Willapa Valley.

Raymond 20 13 14 8 — 55

Ocosta 6 6 8 10 — 30

Raymond (55) — Williams 15, Gilbert 2, M. Collins 2, Dunsmore, Gardner, Heckard 3, Garcia 20, Newman 3, Flemetis 2, Oatfield 4, K. Collins 4. FG — 20-74 (.270). FT — 14-29.

Ocosta (30) — Anderson, Phillips 8, Sunde 4, Rutzer 2, Saul 6, Allton 4, Christensen 6. FG — 15-55 (.273). FT — 0-4.

Owls 58, Acorns 32

MATLOCK — Energetic Mary M. Knight toppled Oakville behind Miranda Sowle’s 23 points in non-league play on Saturday at Matlock.

Sowle also grabbed eight rebounds, swiped five steals and dished up six assists. Lauren Dierkop pulled down nine rebounds and Jaycee Valley scored 11 points for the Owls (8-3).

Notosha Lewis was the leading scorer for the Acorns with 10 points.

“We came out with a lot of energy in the first half, but slowed down in the third quarter,”said Knight head coach Lance Valley. “We are working on that and on our rebounding because we got outrebounded.”

Coach Valley cited Melody Snyder for hustle and defense coming off the bench.

On Thursday, Knight will hit the road to Three Rivers Christian.

Oakville 9 9 10 4 — 32

MM Knight 15 23 5 15 — 58

Oakville (32) — White 4, Maass 9, Lewis 10, Moore, Thediay 5, Arreguin, K. Bray 2, J. Bray, Lorton 2. FG — 12-50 (.240). FT — 4-8.

Mary M. Knight (58) — Valley 11, Haury, Bearden, Sowle 23, K. Kiliz, Dierkop 9, Adsero 4, Snyder 6, A. Kiliz 5.FG — 24-73 (.329). FT — 4-9.

Loggers 70, Mustangs 12

WISHKAH — Brady Anderson narrowly missed a triple-double as Wishkah downed North River in a non-league game Saturday at Brian Eager Memorial Gym.

Anderson scored 23 points, handed out 10 assists and grabbed seven rebounds as the Loggers (12-4) assured themselves a second straight winning season.

Gavin Baltzell had 15 points and Keigan Gardiner collected nine rebounds and five steals for Wishkah.

Christian Wilson scored five points for North River.

“The coolest thing about playing North River is they don’t get discouraged whatsoever,” Logger coach Matt Ferrier said. “They played hard and they respect the game of basketball.”

The Loggers travel to Lake Quinault on Friday. North River visits the Elma C squad on Tuesday.

North River 1 6 5 0 — 12

Wishkah 22 23 11 14 — 70

North River (12) — Turner, L. Churape, Holmes, Wilson 5, Berentsen 3, J. Churape, Simpson 4, McDougall, Baughman. FG — 5-39 (.128). FT — 1-2.

Wishkah (70) — Gardiner 2, B. Anderson 23, Rodriguez 9, Richardson 4, Thein 8, J. Anderson 9, Berge, Baltzell 15. FG — 30-68 (.441). FT — 2-2.

Acorns 59, Owls 30

MATLOCK — Gary Ortivez and Ray Lopez scored 16 points apiece as Oakville cruised past Mary M. Knight in a non-league game Saturday at Matlock.

The Acorns were slow to get off the mark but broke it open in the second quarter to grab a 27-15 halftime lead.

“We played Taholah the night before and there was a noticeable hangover left from that,” Oakville coach Cliff Harris said, “And we ran our offense better (in the second quarter).”

T.J. Trott had 10 rebounds, Marcus Youckton six assists and Kobe Lorton four steals for the Acorns (8-6).

Adam Pais led Knight with 13 points.

Oakville hosts North River on Friday.

Oakville 9 18 9 23 — 59

M. Knight 6 9 7 8 — 30

Oakville (59) — M. Youckton 6, Lorton 10, WalkingEagle 4, Trott 4, A. Youckton, Ortivez 16, Lopez 15, Bird, Bray, Atkins, S. Youckton 4, Tinney. FG — 25-60 (.417). FT — 7-14.

Knight (30) —Adam Pais 13, Kenyon, Diggle 2, Anderson, Thompson 9, McGee, Boley 4, Compton, Werley, Renecker. FG — 12-38 (.316). FG — 4-4.

 

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