Tuesday Prep Roundup: Bobcat girls blown out at Black Hills


GIRLS BASKETBALL

Wolves 73, Bobcats 35

TUMWATER — Black Hills confirmed to Aberdeen that it is one of the major forces in Evergreen 2A play on Tuesday with a dominating win at home.

The Bobcats hit just 22 percent from the field (10-for-46) and were outrebounded by the Wolves by a wide margin.

“They killed us on the boards,” AHS head coach Aaron Roiko said. “Black Hills really rebounded the ball well and they handed it to us. We didn’t take care of the ball. This league isn’t easy, so we need to get back going.”

Kiana Dixon led AHS (0-1, 2-3) with 15 poitns and six rebounds.

On Dec. 28, Aberdeen will host Shelton in a non-league contest.

Abe 5 15 5 10 — 35

BH 18 22 19 14 — 73

Aberdeen (35) — Dietrich, Fisher 9, Timmons 1, Riekkola, Dixon 15, Roiko 6, Kuhn, Blackburn 4, Manwell. FG — 10-46 (.218). FT — 12-16.

Black Hills (73) — Grimm 2, S. Sauls 13, T. Sauls 4, Smothers 20, Furu 9, Tarrow, Nurmi 7, Fugere, Lalau 2, McGee 17. FG — 28-61 (.459). FT — 16-25.

JV — Black Hills won.

C Squad — Black Hills won.

Indians 36, Navigators 24

SOUTH BEND — Katlyn Sawyer’s clutch play down the stretch helped South Bend pull away from Northwest Christian in a Pacific League game Tuesday at Koplitz Fieldhouse.

Sawyer hit all six of her foul shots in the fourth quarter. She finished with 11 points, 17 rebounds and four steals.

The Indians (1-0, 2-2) broke open this slow-paced, turnover-filled contest in the final three minutes.

“Defensively, we did a real nice job down the stretch,” South Bend coach Gary Wilson said. “We didn’t give them a lot of good looks.”

Sierra Cearns had 10 points and Rielly Myers had 10 rebounds for the Tribe. Kessa Wilson and Emily Sanchez had seven rebounds apiece.

The Indians survived 29 turnovers, while the Navigators finished with 21.

South Bend hosts Ocosta on Friday. The Tribe’s slated Saturday non-leaguer with Montesano, already rescheduled once, has been postponed again and is now set to be made up as part of a coed doubleheader on Jan. 22.

NWC 5 9 4 6 — 24

SB 11 5 8 12 — 36

Northwest Christian (24) — E. VanMarter 8, Schwartz, M. VanMarter 6, Reeves 7, Dominuguez. Stottlemyre 1, Sowers, Sanne 2. Bowker. FG — 12-57 (.211). FT — 8-10.

South Bend (36) — Cearns 10, Sanchez 4, Trent, Kousonhsavath, Lorton, Sawyer 11, Razo, Myers 4, Wilson 7. FG — 17-41 (.415). FT — 7-11.

Vikings 53, Wildcats 22

WESTPORT — Karli Friese scored 20 points as Willapa Valley trounced Ocosta in a Pacific League game Tuesday at Westport.

Alicia Smaciarz added 13 points for the Vikings (2-0, 5-1), who led 31-9 at the half.

Kate Christensen topped Ocosta (0-2, 1-5) with 10 points and 16 rebounds.

The contest was the third in four days for the Wildcats.

“This was the tail end of a tripleheader and the girls were run down,” Ocosta coach Jason Barnum said. “They played very flat, very tired.”

Both teams are in action Friday, with Valley hosting Lake Quinault and Ocosta traveling to South Bend.

WV 16 15 14 8 — 53

Oco 3 6 7 6 — 22

Willapa Valley (53) — L. Friese 6, Smaciarz 13, Wilkeson 2, K. Friese 20, Sanaski 5, E. Fluke 4, Harden 2, Trotter 1, Huber. FG — 19-71 (.268). FT — 13-15.

Ocosta (22) — Phillips 3, Anderson, Sunde 2, Rutzer 4, Saul 3, Allton, Christensen 10. FG — 9-34 (.265). FT — 4-16.

Comets 54, Hyaks 40

NASELLE — Katie Green scored 31 points as Naselle beat North Beach in a Pacific League game Tuesday at Naselle.

Despite outrebounding the Comets, 24-14, the Hyaks still trailed 20-15 at the half. They were unable to make headway in the second half.

“I don’t think we defended very well,” North Beach coach Brett Mackey said. “We need to play better as a team. We had spurts where we played well and spurts where we didn’t play well and I think that can be attributed to our youth somewhat.”

Quay Sotomish provided North Beach’s highlight with a double-double — 13 points and 10 rebounds.

The Hyaks (1-1, 1-3) visit Raymond on Friday.

NB 9 6 13 12 — 40

Nas 6 14 21 13 — 54

North Beach (40) — Sotomish 13, M. Garman 6, M. Pope 5, Takagi 1, Robles 6, Shale 9, Moore, E. Garman. FG — 15-58 (.259). FT — 7-19.

Naselle (54) — Chapman 7, Nelson 8, T. Eaton, Green 31, Leeland 2, A. Eaton, Pine, Tutu’u, Bjornsgard 6. FG — n/a. FT — 15-28.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Navigators 51, Indians 27

SOUTH BEND — Northwest Christian spoiled South Bend’s Pacific League opener in the boys half of a coed doubleheader.

Details were immediately unavailable. The Indians (0-1, 1-4) travel to Wishkah on Thursday.

 

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