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Saturday’s Prep Roundup: Montesano’s girls cruise; Raymond, Willapa Valley girls win key Pacific League tilts


GIRLS BASKETBALL

Bulldogs 49, Comets 28

MONTESANO — Shuffling the lineup liberally throughout the contest, Montesano got 10 players onto the score sheet and plenty more playing time in a non-league win over Naselle on Saturday night.

Shayla Floch led the Bulldogs (8-0) with nine points. Jordan Spradlin and Megan Choate added seven points each, with Spradlin adding six rebounds and four steals. Cortney Miller added five rebounds as well.

“We got off to a good start, but there was a bit of a letdown (after Friday’s rivalry win over Elma),” Montesano head coach Julie Graves said. “We were able to get a lot of the girls into the game.”

Montesano returns to Evergreen 1A play tonight when it hosts Forks.

Naselle 3 7 6 12 — 28 Monte 17 11 15 6 — 49

Naselle (28) — Chapman 5, Nelson 2, Green 17, Leeland 2, Bjornsgard 2, T. Eaton, A. Eaton, Pine, Jacot, Footh. FG — 11-31. (.355. FT — 5-6.

Montesano (49) — M. Floch 4, Bartlett 2, Schurr 2, Choate 7, Howard 2, Toyra 6, Miller 6, Sh. Floch 9, Kloempken 4, Spradlin 7, Talley, Quinn, Manley. FG — 20-45 (.444). FT — 8-11.

Seagulls 49, Indians 37

RAYMOND — Raymond came from behind with a huge fourth quarter to top South Bend in Pacific League play on Saturday.

Hailee Williams led all Gulls scorers with 21 points and 10 rebounds, a double-double. Sydney Flemetis and Aiyisha Garcia swiped five steals apiece for the Gulls (3-0, 6-4).

Sierra Cearns was the leading scorer for the Tribe with 12 points. Katlyn Sawyer grabbed 17 rebounds, Rielly Myers pulled down eight rebounds and Emily Sanchez added seven rebounds.

Raymond’s Aubree Gardner pulled a hamstring in the first quarter and Flemetis came on in relief for the rest of the game.

“It was close the whole game,” Raymond head coach Jon Schray said. “They handled the press well and had the lead going into the fourth quarter. Then we started shooting and went ahead 24-8 in the fourth quarter.”

Schray praised Williams for working hard for the win.

“We didn’t handle their pressure well,” South Bend head coach Gary Wilson said. “They had 73 shots to our 51 shots. We outrebounded them, but couldn’t capitalize.”

Tonight, South Bend (2-1, 4-4) heads to North Beach and Raymond hosts Naselle.

S. Bend 8 11 10 8 — 37 Raymond 6 9 10 24 — 49

South Bend (37) — Cearns 12, Sanchez 5, Kousonhsavath, Lorton, Sawyer 9, Razo 4, Myers 4, Wilson 3. FG — 12-51 (.235). FT — 7-10.

Raymond (49) — Williams 21, Gilbert 6, Collins, Gardiner, Heckard 2, Garcia 7, Newman 9, Flemtis 6, Oatfield. FG — 13-23 (.565). FT — 17-80.

Vikings 48, Hyaks 29

MENLO — A hot start to begin the game and after halftime by host Willapa Valley allowed it to take over this Pacific 2B League contest with North Beach on Saturday night.

Karli Friese led all scorers with 14 points and five steals for the Vikings (3-0, 9-2), who led 19-4 after the first quarter and added an 18-6 third quarter later on.

“We had some good transition offense, nice passing,” Willapa Valley head coach Matt Bannish said. “(North Beach) outplayed us in the second quarter. In the third, we played like we did in the first. I was really pleased with our play in the first and third quarters.”

Lauren Friese added nine rebounds to her four points and Brooke Harden finished with 11 points and seven rebounds. Mousey Shale led the Hyaks (1-3, 2-6) with 11 points.

Tonight, Valley hosts Northwest Christian and North Beach hosts South Bend.

N. Beach 4 8 6 11 — 29 WillVall 19 5 18 6 — 48

North Beach (29) — Sotomish 5, C. Pope 1, M. Garman, M. Pope, Takagi, Robles 7, L. Garman, Shale 11, Moore 1. FG — 9-40. FT — 8-16.

Willapa Valley (48) — L. Friese 4, Smaciarz 5, Wilkeson 6, K. Friese 14, Sananski, Cook, Fluke 8, Harden 11, Naranjo, Layman, Huber. FG — 19-53. FT — 7-15.

JV — Willapa Valley won.

Elks 48, Loggerettes 20

WISHKAH — Lake Quinault came from behind and hustled to topple Wishkah in a non-league game on Saturday at Brian Eager Gymnasium.

Faith Thomas led the Elks with 13 points and five offensive rebounds. Romey Begay grabbed nine rebounds, swiped seven steals, dished up three assists and got 13 blocks to go with her seven points for the Elks (5-4).

Mikaila Blackburn swiped eight steals and grabbed five rebounds. Alex Blackburn pulled down eight rebounds, swiped five steals, dished up two assists and added four blocks. Hannah Allen pulled down six rebounds, swiped six steals, dished up two assists and added two blocks.

“This is a good team win,” Lake Quinault head coach Dennis Hinchen said. “There was solid defense all around. We moved the ball around and made easy baskets. The hustling attitude is starting to spread among the entire team.”

He cited Begay for a good all-around game and Faith Thomas for her offensive game. He praised Allen and Mikaila Blackburn for good all-around defense.

Ally Ancich had a double-double for the Logggerettes — 10 points and 11 rebounds.

“We had a great first quarter and then fell down in the second quarter,” Wishkah head coach Katherine Butcher said. “We need to improve on our work in the first half.”

Butcher praised Lacey Barber on defense, holding Begay to just seven points. She also cited Ancich for her double-double.

Wishkah will host Three Rivers Christian tonight.

Lake Quin 5 21 10 12 — 48 Wishkah 6 2 5 7 — 20

Lake Quinault (48) — E. Silva 1, Begay 7, F. Thomas 13, A. Blackburn 10, Esparza 2, Gerard 2, M. Blackburn 8, Allen 5, M. Silva, Garcia, Jackson. FG — n/a. FT — 8-16.

Wishkah (20) — West 4, Barber 3, R. Anderson 3, Ancich 10, Warren, Pruitt, Kinnaman, Ruup, Tudor, Sorenson. FG — 7-37 (.190). FT — 5-12.

Owls 50, Warriors 22

PUYALLUP— Mary M. Knight used full-court pressure defense to topple Chief Leschi in non-league play on Saturday.

Jaycee Valley and Carlie Adsero led all scorers with 12 points apiece. Adsero had a double-double with 10 rebounds. She also swiped eight steals and added three blocks. Miranda Sowle dished up five assists.

Shelby Ridout was the leading scorer for the Warriors with 11 points.

“Our pressure defense was the key to the win and we hit some easy shots,” Knight head coach Lance Valley said. “We rebounded better than we did last night.”

Coach Valley cited Aimee Bearden for fine play off the bench, with three steals and two nice passes.

Knight (5-2) will host Neah Bay on Friday at 5 p.m.

MMK 13 14 10 13 — 50 Chief Leschi 2 7 6 7 — 22

Mary M. Knight (50) — Valley 12, Haury, Bearden 4, Sowle 7, Pais, K. Kiliz 3, A. Kiliz 2, Snyder 2, Adsero 12, Dierkop 8. FG — 20-47 (.426). FT — 7-18.

Chief Leschi (22) — Billie, McCloud 3, Ridout 11, Wilson 2, Satiacum 6, Pashia, Lee. FG — 8-52 (.154). FT — 5-10.

Navigators 54, Wildcats 30

WESTPORT — Visiting Northwest Christian held control of this Pacific 2B League contest on Saturday night following a 16-2 third quarter to beat Ocosta.

The Wildcats (0-4, 1-7) were led by Rebekah Saul, who scored a game-high 13 points.

“Rebekah really stepped up today,” Ocosta head coach Jason Barnum said. “It was kind of a sluggish game for us, being our first game since the holiday break. In the third quarter, we were really flat.”

NWC 14 16 16 8 — 54 Ocosta 8 11 2 9 — 30

Northwest Christian (54) — VanMarter 9, M. VanMarter 12, Reeves 11, Dominguez 5, Stottlemeyer 2, Sowers 6, Sanne 7, Bowker 2, Schwartz. FG — 18-61 (.296). FT — 2-4.

Ocosta (30) — Phillips 4, Sunde 2, Rutzer 5, Saul 13, Christensen 6, Anderson, Atkins, Allton. FG — 8-40 (.200).FT — 14-21.

Boys Basketball

Loggers 62, Elks 29

WISHKAH — Wishkah started out slowly and switched tempo midway through the game to rout Lake Quinault in a non-league game on Saturday at Brian Eager Gymnasium.

Brady Anderson scored 21 points, dished up six assists and swiped seven steals. Trey Berge grabbed nine rebounds to go with his five points. Robert Rodriguez swiped eight steals for the Loggers (8-3).

Dalton Lines was the lead scorer for the Elks (2-7) with 17 points and eight rebounds. Kobe Kalama added 10 points and Jack Hsu hauled in 11 rebounds.

“In the first two quarters, we played at their tempo,” Wishkah head coach Matt Ferrier said. “We switched our defense at halftime and worked them over, making them scoreless in the fourth quarter. We controlled their team, especially in the fourth quarter.”

Ferrier cited Chris Thein for the best offensive game of his career with 11 points and five rebounds.

“I had to play a lot of the younger guys today; they stepped up and did well for the first three quarters,” Lake Quinault head coach Clinton Potter said. “We just went flat, couldn’t make a shot in the fourth quarter.”

The Elks were without Dylan Dorhofer (ankle) and Julio Silva (medical procedure) for the game.

Wishkah hosts Three Rivers Christian tonight.

Lake Quin 7 9 13 0 — 29 Wishkah 12 12 16 22 — 62

Lake Quinault (29) — Johnson 2, Hsu, Kalama 10, Lines 17, Hidalgo, Diggle. FG — n/a. FT — 3-9.

Wishkah (62) — Gardiner 6, B. Anderson 21, Rodriguez 3, Thein 11, J. Anderson 7, Berge 5, Baltzell 9. FG — 20-58 (.345). FT — 8-22.

Acorns 41, Cougars 36

OAKVILLE — Oakville’s seniors stepped up on defense to edge Lyle-Wishram in a non-league game on Saturday.

The Acorns (4-6) led 18-6 after the first quarter and held on for the win.

Gary Ortivez and Shawn Youckton scored 13 points apiece. Shawn Youckton grabbed eight rebounds, as did T.J. Trott.

Gabe Montoya led the Cougars with 13 points.

“Our seniors — Marcus Youckton, Kobe Lorton, Trott, Geo Jack, John Atkins and Shawn Youckton— played tremendous defense tonight, ” Oakville head coach Cliff Harris said. “It was a defensive battle. They were big boys and we had to get our perimeter team going.”

Harris praised Ortivez and Ray Lopez for doing a good job executing the offense.

Oakville hits the road to host North River tonight.

Lile-Wishram 6 13 9 8 — 36 Oakville 18 7 8 8 — 41

Lyle-Wishram — Sisson, Jones, Zeigler, Armour 1, Montoya 13, Nelson, Stephens 4, Carpenter , VohAhn 7, Carse 11. FG — 11-28 (.393).

Oakville — M. Youckton 5, Lorton, WalkingEagle, Trott, A. Youckton, Ortivez 13, Lopez 6, Jack 2, Bray, Atkins 2, S. Youckton 13. FG — 12-24 (.500). FT — 6-10.

WRESTLING

Lakes Tourney

LAKEWOOD — Hoquiam captured two titles in the Lakes Warriors Mat Time Tournament on Saturday.

Bree Hyder won the 106-pound division, while Ericka Dubore prevailed at 118 pounds.

Hoquiam’s Taylor Walker placed second at 170. Jenna Doll (145) and Mariah Nelle (100) each placed third.

 

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