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Sports Roundup: North Beach, Wishkah girls register first wins


GIRLS BASKETBALL

Hyaks 57, Navigators 25

OYEHUT — Quay Sotomish tallied 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds as North Beach finished off Northwest Christian in Pacific League play on Saturday at Oyehut.

Emily Takagi and Maria Garman also grabbed eight rebounds for the Hyaks (1-0, 1-2). Garman swiped seven steals and Mousie Shale dished up seven assists.

Northwest Christian did not have any players score in double figures.

“Tonight was the first night we played good solid team basketball,” said head coach Brett Mackey. “The girls played hard and came to play tonight.”

Mackey cited Sotomish for solid offense and the whole team for a fine effort.

On Tuesday, the Hyaks will travel to Naselle.

NWC 9 3 5 8 — 25

NB 18 19 10 10 — 57

Northwest Christian (25) — E. VanMarter, Sehwarts 3, M. VanMarter 8, Dominguez 2, Stottlemeyer 5, Sowers 6, Sanne, Bowker 1. FG — 8-31 (.260). FT — 6-11.

North Beach (57) — Sotomish 21, C. Pope, M. Garman 5, M. Pope 9, Takagi 6, Robles 5, E. Garman, Pinnel, Shale 9, H. Moore, R. Moore 2, Avery. FG — 20-55 (.363). FT — 7-26.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Loggerettes 36, Bruins 31

WISHKAH — Well-balanced Wishkah notched its first victory by beating Clallam Bay in a non-league game Saturday at Brian Eager Memorial Gym.

Payton West scored 13 points, grabbed nine rebounds and swiped six steals for the Loggerettes (1-2). Ryan Anderson added 10 points, eight rebounds and seven steals, while freshman Ally Ancich contriburted eight points and four blocked shots.

Improved rebounding was one of the keys to the outcome, according to Loggerette coach Katherine Butcher. Eliza Kinnaman also had eight boards in the winning cause.

“Rebounding is not our pride and joy but we worked really hard on that all week,” Butcher noted. “It was a good all-around effort from the entire team.”

Clallam Bay was plagued by 3-of-15 foul shooting.

Wishkah travels to Three Rivers Christian on Wednesday.

CB 6 8 10 7 — 31

Wish 6 12 9 9 — 36

Clallam Bay (31) — Erickson 5, Herndon 2, Wilson 4, Z. Signor 10, McCoy 6, Maines 4, M. Signor. FG — n/a. FT — 3-15.

Wishkah (36) — West 13, Barber 2, Kinnaman 3, Anderson 10, Ancich 8, Warren, Pruett, Rurup, Tudor, Sorenson. FG — 13-50. FT — 10-17.

Seagulls 69, Wildcats 22

RAYMOND —Hailee Williams’ 15 points led Raymond’s balanced scoring in a victory over Ocosta in Pacific League play on Saturday at Raymond.

Ocosta’s starting guard Lexie Schmeling went out during the first quarter with an injury and was unable to return to the game.

Williams grabbed six rebounds and dished up three assists for the Gulls (1-0, 3-1). Aubree Gardner handed out three assists and swiped four steals. Gardner and Aiyisha Garcia scored 10 points apiece.

Freshman Mikayla Collins came in off the bench and scored eight points and came up with four steals.

Kate Christiansen was the leading scorer for the Wildcats (0-1, 1-3) — registering a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds.

“After their starting guard (Schmeling) was injured, they had no answer for our press,” said RHS head coach Jon Schray. “We had 26 total steals and turned our turnovers into points. We made our defense turn into opportunities for our offense.”

Schray cited freshman Collins for fine play off the bench and senior Williams for working hard all night.

“We started out well and had to trade positions when our starting guard hurt her knee,” said Ocosta head coach Jason Barnum. “We handled the full-court press well, but only scored eight points by halftime. We set a goal to double that in the second half and came close.”

On Monday, Raymond will travel to Montesano. Ocosta will hit the road to Mary M. Knight that same night.

OCO 4 4 9 5 — 22

RAY 19 17 19 14 — 69

Ocosta (22) — Schmeling 2, Anderson 1, Phillips 2, Sunde, Rutzer 2, Saul, Allton 2, Christiansen 13. FG — 9-32 (.281). FT — 4-14.

Raymond (69) — Williams 15, Gilbert 2, M. Collins 8, Dunsmore, Gardner 10, Heckard 5, Garcia 10, Newman 4, Flemetis 7, Oatfield 6, K. Collins 4. FG — 30-69 (.435). FT — 9-23.

Elks 46, Loggers 10

JOYCE — Romey Begay recorded a double-double as Lake Quinault topped Crescent in non-league play on Saturday at Joyce.

Begay scored 24 points and grabbed 20 rebounds as well as dishing up three assists, adding five blocks and swiping seven steals for the Elks (2-3).

Alex Blackburn added nine points and four blocks and swiped five steals. The Elks were playing without starter Mikaila Blackburn, due to injury.

The Elks led 25-6 at halftime.

“We were able to control the ball well,” said assistant coach Jon Neeland. “We got 45 total rebounds and played good all-around team defense.”

Coach Dennis Hinchen praised the entire team.

On Friday, Lake Quinault hits the road to Willapa Valley.

LQ 16 9 13 8 — 46

CR 4 2 2 2 — 10

Lake Quinault (46) — Begay 24, F. Thomas 4, A. Blackburn 9, Erdman 2, Allen 7, E. Silva, Aguilar, Esparza, Gerard, Garcia, B. Thomas, Jackson.

Crescent (10) — names of players unavailable

BOYS BASKETBALL

Elks 53, Loggers 32

JOYCE — Dylan Dorhofer narrowly missed a triple-double in Lake Quinault’s decisive victory over Crescent on Saturday at Joyce.

Dorhofer pulled down 18 rebounds to go with his 10 points and nine steals. He also handed out four assists.

Kobe Kalama and Dylan Lines shared Quinault scoring honors with 15 points apiece. Lines had six steals, while Kalama had four steals and three assists.

As a team, the Elks (1-4) came up with 22 steals. They also badly outrebounded the Loggers.

“We crashed the boards hard,” Quinault coach Clinton Potter said. “It was hard work that won it for us.”

The Elks visit Willapa Valley in a non-leaguer Friday.

LQ 14 11 16 12 — 53

Cres 13 9 3 7 — 32

Lake Quinault (53) — Johnson 7, Bravo, Hsu, Kalama 15, Lines 15, Ramirez, Hildalgo, Diggle 6, Sansom, Dorhofer 10. FG — 22-71 (.310). FT — 3-5.

Crescent (32) — Walker 15, Helgeson, C. Wolfer, Fletcher, Q. Wolfer, Calbrira, Waldrip 4, Ksaruls, Story 4, Dopson 9. FG — 13-37 (.351). FT — 5-11.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Loggers 58, Bruins 16

WISHKAH — Outscoring Clallam Bay 35-5 in the second half, Wishkah polished off the Bruins on Saturday at Brian Eager Memorial Gym.

The Loggers (3-1) led 23-11 at the half, then picked up their defensive pressure to dominate the final two quarters.

“That’s probably the most unselfish they’ve been with the basketball in my four years here,” Wishkah coach Matt Ferrier said. “It was a great second half.”

Brady Anderson scored 22 points, while Keigan Gardiner contributed 13 points, five steals and four assists for Wishkah. Gavin Baltzell led Wishkah rebounders with 10, two more than teammate Trey Berge.

The Loggers next visit Three Rivers Christian. Orginally scheduled for Tuesday, the coed doubleheader has been shifted to Wednesday.

CB 8 3 5 0 — 16

Wish 13 10 20 15 — 58

Clallam Bay (18) — Randall 5, Greene 6, Signor, Gregory 5, McKay, Simpson, James, Cowdrey, Ritter. FG — 5-41 (.122). FT — 0-2.

Wishkah (58) — Gardiner 13, B. Anderson 22, Rodriguez, Thein 2, J. Anderson 9, Berge 7, Baltzell 5, Richardson. FG — 27-59 (.458). FT — 4-9.

Mules 58, Indians 48

CATHLAMET — Shane Souvenir poured through 30 points as Wahkiakum withstood a challenge from upset-minded South Bend in a non-league contest Saturday at Cathlamet.

The Indians (1-3) led for much of the first half before the Mules rallied to a 23-18 advantage at intermissiom. South Bend’s Zane Johnson hit a 3-point shot to open the third quarter, but the hosts cashed in on Tribe turnovers to go on a 12-0 run. a

That was too much for the Indians to overcome, although they scored 22 points against a unit composed primarily of starters in the fourth quarter.

“We pretty much played them toe-to-toe,” South Bend coach Tom Betrozoff summarized. “The difference in the game was the middle two quarters of dormant offense and unforced turnovers. I was proud of the kids’ performance. (Wahkiakum) is a good club.”

Miles Davis scored 19 points and grabbed eight rebounds for South Bend.

The Indians host Northwest Christian on Tuesday as part of a coed doubleheader.

SB 11 7 8 22 — 48

Wah 4 19 22 13 — 58

South Bend (48) — Z. Johnson 6, Davis 19, Diaz 1, Sanchez 2, T. Johnson 8, Edwards 6, Elliott 6. FG — 18-37 (.486). FT — 4-9.

Wahkiakum (58) —Souvenir 30, Budd 7, Moore, Calvert 2, LaBerge 8, Good 8, Ferguson 3. FG — 22-58 (.379). FT — 9-15.

JV — Wahkiakum won.

BOYS SWIMMING

Mark Morris meet

LONGVIEW — Freshman Dustin Young had the highest Aberdeen finish in the Mark Morris Pentathlon on Saturday at the Mark Morris High School pool.

Young was sixth in the 25-yard backstroke with a time of 14:27. He wound up 24th in the meet in total points scored.

Aberdeen was 10th in the 16-team meet, but third among teams that form its informal league.

Bobcat coach Rebecca Rowe was encouraged by significant time drops in several events. Some of those who competed in this meet last year improved their marks betwen one and five seconds in 25-yard races.

“Overall, I think this was a great meet for the guys,” Rowe observed. “Even though most of them were swimming either new events for them or races they weren’t used to (swimming), the guys really went out, gave it their all and performed very well.”

The Bobcats received district-qualifying swims from Young, Levi Rose, Robby Lewis, Seth Caba, Mike Lang and Keegan Shippey. Lang, Cody Swor and John Jugum were cited for fine performance.

The Bobcats will visit River Ridge in a dual meet on Wednesday

Aberdeen swimmers to finish in the top 15:

200 IM — Dustin Young, ninth. 100 fly — Robby Lewis, 13th. 25 fly — Levi Rose, 10th. 25 free — Young, seventh. 500free — Branden Grigsby, 15th. 25 back — Young, sixth.

C.C. MEN’S BASKETBALL

Chokers fall

EUGENE, Ore. — The Grays Harbor College men lost twice in the Dale Bates Classic Tournament over the weekend at Eugene.

The Chokers fell to Southwestern Oregon, 100-80, on Friday and were beaten by New Hope Christian, 84-80, in a consolation-round contest Saturday.

Grays Harbor’s Bryan McGriff scored 28 points against New Hope. Darryl Larkins added 13 points but only one other Choker scored more than six.

The Chokers outrebounded the Deasons, 49-28. New Hope, however, sank 28 of 51 free throws to overcome GHC’s 28-24 edge in field goals.

New Hope’s Corey Gantt led all scorers with 31 points.

Grays Harbor (1-4) will compete in the Walla Walla Crossover Tournament beginning Friday.

New Hope (84) — Little 4, Gantt 31, Dillingham 22, Coleman 10, Petersen 5, Dismukes 11, Register 1. FG — 24-65 (.369). FT — 28-51.

Grays Harbor (80) — Porter 9, Harrison 4, Larkins 13, Kolokihakausfisi 2, Ladson 2, Harrod 6, Straghter 4, McGriff 28, Dutton 3, Burton 2, Hardy 2. FG — 28-65 (.431). FT — 20-24.

Halftime: New Hope 50, Grays Harbor 43.

 

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