Sports Briefs for Tuesday, March 18


Wishkah’s Anderson to play in all-state game

Wishkah senior Brady Anderson has been selected to play in the Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association all-state boys basketball games Saturday at Eastside Catholic High School in Sammamish.

Anderson will play on the state Class 1B squad that will face the 2B all-stars in the first game of Saturday’s tripleheader. The tipoff is scheduled for 2 p.m.

He was the lone Twin Harbors representative to participate in the boys all-state games.

Grizzlies honor Creviston, Quercia

Senior guard Brandi Creviston earned the Offensive Most Valuable Player award, while junior teammate Ellie Quercia earned Defensive MVP honors at the Hoquiam High School girls basketball awards dinner recently.

Other team awards: Most Improved — McKell Sansaver. Inspirational — Mikaila Johnson, Kelci Parker. Coaches Award — Kelci Parker. JV Offensive MVP — Casey Mode. JV Defensive MVP — Alyson Inmon. JV Most Improved — Courtney McCormick. JV Coaches Award — Arielle Burnett. C Squad Offensive MVP — Angelica Wells. C Squad Defensive MVP — Alorra Sansaver. JV Most Improved — Tatianna Schmidt. C Squad Coaches Award — Brianna Hotchkiss. C Squad Hustle Award — Bianca Lopez.

Varsity letterwinners: Brandi Creviston, Mikaila Johnson, Vanessa Doyle, Ellie Quercia, Olivia Rose, Emily Gwinn, Kelci Parker, Kylie Stewart, McKell Sansaver, Kayla Hilliard, Cassidy Gregg, Arleen Kramer, Arielle Burnett.

Monte Little League schedules work party

A Montesano Little League work party is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday at the Nelson and Beacon Elementary fields.

The team (in any division) that has the most representatives at the work party will be treated to a pizza party. Opening ceremonies are planned for 10 a.m. April 5 at Nelson Field.

Daily World staff reports

 

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