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Tuesday Prep Roundup: Elma girls register another rout


GIRLS BASKETBALL

Eagles 52, Beavers 14

TENINO — Elma continued its defensive domination in cruising past Tenino in Evergreen 1A League play on Tuesday night.

It was the third successive game that the Eagles (7-1, 10-4) have limited their opponent to less than 20 points.

“We played defense and converted off that,” Elma coach Lisa Johnson said. “That was pretty much the game.”

Maddie Thompson paced the Eagles with 12 points, while Brooke Goldsmith contributed 11 points, six steals and four assists.

Jordaan Hall amassed eight rebounds and four steals.

The Eagles host Aberdeen in a Saturday afternoon non-leaguer.

Elma 17 17 12 6 — 52

Tenino 2 6 4 2 — 14

Elma (52) — M. Thompson 12, Farrar 2, Grant 6, Goldsmith 11, Cristelli 4, L. Thompson 7, Smythe, Hall 4, Doyle, Lipska 4, Elliott 2. FG — 24-76 (.316). FT — 2-3.

Tenino (14) — Vens, Bronson 4, Grube 1, Tibbets 3, Richards 2, Holmgren 2, Dowies 2. FG — 3-27 (.111). FT — 7-14.

Vikings 63, Wildcats 19

MENLO — Willapa Valley’s goal on Tuesday night was to get off to a good start against Ocosta and it did for three quarters to control this Pacific League contest.

The Vikings (8-0, 14-2) led 16-9 in the first quarter, but added a 22-4 second quarter and a 22-2 third quarter to start up the mercy-rule running clock.

“Getting out to a good start was the difference,” Willapa Valley head coach Matt Bannish said. “We didn’t do that Friday night. Tonight, we were able to play how we are capable of playing.”

Four Willapa Valley players scored in double digits — Lauren Friese with 17 points, Karli Friese with 16, Alicia Smaciarz with 12 and Brooke Harden with 10.

Lauren Friese added seven assists, six rebounds and six steals, while Karli Friese swiped nine steals and Emily Fluke pulled in eight rebounds.

“Valley is a well-seasoned team that moved the ball very well and has been playing well all season,” Ocosta head coach Jason Barnum said. “We’re still making the same mistakes we’ve been making early in the season. You can’t beat a team like Valley with 32 turnovers.”

Mikayla Sunde led Ocosta with eight points.

On Friday, Valley travels to North Beach and Ocosta (0-8, 2-13) goes to Northwest Christian.

Ocosta 9 4 2 4 — 19

WillVall 16 22 20 5 — 63

Ocosta (19) — Anderson, Phillips 2, Sunde 8, Rutzer, Saul 7, Alton, Christensen 2. FG — 9-40 (.225). FT — 1-3.

Willapa Valley (63) — L. Friese 17, Smaciarz 12, Wilkerson 2, K. Friese 16, Sanaski 2, Cook, Fluke 2, Harden 10, Trotter 2, Naranjo, Huber. FG — 26-55 (.473). FT — 8-14.

Chitwhins 57, Bulldog JV 49

MONTESANO — Taholah’s varsity rallied from far back to down the Montesano junior varsity Tuesday at Bo Griffith Memorial Gym.

Coming off a 68-27 win over Oakville on Friday, the Chitwhins (8-1) trailed by as many as 13 in this one. But Trish Charley scored six of her 22 points in the fourth quarter as Taholah outscored the Bulldogs 21-6 in that period.

“They were beating us back on transition,” Taholah assistant coach Donald Waugh said. “We weren’t moving the ball properly, so we settled down and executed our plays.”

Marquel Waugh scored five points and Nicole Hidalgo four points in the fourth quarter for Taholah. Hidalgo wound up with 16 points, 12 rebounds and two blocked shots. Waugh added nine rebounds. Charley also chipped in with seven rebounds and four steals.

Josie Toyra scored 21 points and Tianna Schurr added 10 for Montesano.

Taholah hosts North Beach on Monday.

Taholah 11 13 12 21 — 57

Montesano 14 19 10 6 — 49

Taholah (57) — James 2, Walther 7, Waugh 8, Charley 22, Logan, Cheney 2, Pope, Hidalgo 16. FG — 24-59 (.407). FT — 7-19.

Montesano (49) — Bartlett 7, Quinn 5, Schurr 10, Toyra 21, Howard 4, Nelson, Talley 2, Black, Manley. FG — 22-70 (.314). FT — 5-8.

Navigators 52, Indians 41

LACEY — Northwest Christian pulled away down the stretch to beat South Bend in a Pacific League game Tuesday at Lacey.

Mackenzie Reeves scored 15 points as the more balanced Navigators overcame a double-double by South Bend’s Katlyn Sawyer. The latter led all scorers with 20 points while grabbing 13 rebounds.

Rielly Meyers added 10 points and seven rebounds for the Indians, who shot only 26 percent from the field.

“It was just a cold-shooting night for us,” South Bend assistant coach Alyssa Caudill noted.

South Bend’s Emily Sanchez had seven rebounds. Teammate Sierra Cearns handed out six assists.

The Tribe (2-5, 4-10) host Montesano tonight.

South Bend 8 9 11 13 — 41

N.W. Christian 11 15 7 19 — 52

South Bend (41) — Cearns 3, Sanchez 2, Trent, Kousonhsavath, Lorton 2, Sawyer 20, Razo 4, Myers 10. FG — 16-61 (.262). FT — 5-14.

Northwest Christian (52) — E. VanMarter 5, Swartz, M. VanMarter 7, Reeves 15, Dominguez 2, Stottlemyre 7, Sowers 16, Sanne, Bowker. FG — 20-75 (.267). FT — 11-23.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Eagles 53, Beavers 45

TENINO — Holding a wafer-thin five-point lead at halftime, Elma fought off Tenino in the second half to take over undisputed possession of second place in the Evergreen 1A standings.

The Eagles created 31 turnovers in the game from the Beavers, but only scored 13 points off those turnovers. A few of those points came in the final three minutes when the hosts made a run to cut the deficit to two before steals from Ray Stark and Rashad Lorton ended the threat.

“It was a hard-fought game,” Elma head coach Marvin Prince said. “The boys came out with so much energy. I was proud of the effort. The kids battled tonight and it was one of the toughest battles they’ve faced this season.”

Tyson Nauman led all scorers with 16 points, six rebounds, six steals and three assists for Elma (6-2, 8-5). Stark also pulled down six rebounds, Austin Neary grabbed eight rebounds and Stark, Ryan Collin and Lorton had four steals each.

On Thursday, Elma (6-2, 8-5) hosts Raymond in a non-league game.

Elma 7 14 20 12 — 53

Tenino 7 9 18 11 — 45

Elma (53) — Collin 13, Nauman 16, Stark 3, Lorton 8, Gilman 5, Bremmer 5, Davis, Neary 3. FG — 21-63 (.333). FT — 7-16.

Tenino (45) — Guzman 2, Bailon 2, Peterson 15, O’Brien 6, Pier 7, Davido 6, Engebreth 7. FG — 17-43 (.395). FT — 9-13.

JV — Elma 47, Tenino 21.

Navigators 52, Indians 45

LACEY — Host Northwest Christian took over the game in the first half, but South Bend stayed close in this Pacific League matchup on Tuesday.

Justin Elliott finished with a double-double — 17 points and 10 rebounds — to lead the Tribe (0-7, 2-12). Tyson Johnson added 14 points, four steals and three assists and Mitch Edwards pulled in eight rebounds.

“We made some defensive adjustments at halftime and held them down,” South Bend head coach Tom Betrozoff said. “This was a good turnaround for us — we lost by 24 the first time. We were there at the end, but had to foul. We moved the ball around and got some nice shots. We’re moving in the right direction.”

Today, South Bend stays home to take on Montesano in a non-league matchup.

S. Bend 11 11 13 10 — 45

NWC 15 16 9 12 — 52

South Bend (45) — Z. Johnson, Davis 7, Diaz 3, Lewis 4, T. Johnson 14, Edwards, Elliott 17. FG — 15-44 (.341). FT — 9-13.

Northwest Christian (52) — Fox 11, Dominguez 6, Koukal 20, Griffin, Kosierowski 1, Stottlemeier, Pier 8, Thomas, Boogerd 6. FG — 18-52 (.346). FT — 9-10.

JV — Northwest Christian won.

 

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