March 4, 2010 in Sports

Boys

 

W. Swan 74, Soap Lk. 51

Cory Williams scored 27 points and Joel Yellow Owl completed a three-point play with 4:25 to go in the game as the Cougars rode out a huge third quarter from the Eagles en route to the win.

Soap Lake917196- 51
White Swan2319626- 74

 Soap Lake (11-9) - Moats 26, Allen 11, Scull 3, Franks 0, Guzman 0, Coreas 4, Overall 7, Foster 0, Valdovinos 0, Weber 0, Boychuk 0.

White Swan (17-4) - Huerca 8, Sampson 0, Dion 0, L. Fiander 14, Anderson 0, Zuniga 0, T. Fiander 4, Yellow Owl 13, Owens 2, Lewis 0, J. Williams 6, C. Williams 27.

Pe Ell 65, Bear Creek 59

After a back-and-forth first half in which both teams torched the nets with hot shooting, the Trojans stayed the course in the second half to defeat the Grizzlies.

Pe Ell, which shot 42 percent and hit five 3-pointers in the first half, made more than 52 percent in the second while Bear Creek fell off to 26 percent.

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Bear Creek School1721912- 59

 Pe Ell (17-4) - Duncan 6, Ratkie 14, Lusk 0, Tolliver 0, Vetter 8, R. Toepelt 0, Dy. Toepelt 13, Robinson 24.

Bear Creek School (19-2) - Meyer 9, Blankenbeckler 8, Peterson 18, Domas 0, DiGenova 3, Strandin 17, Davisson 2, Fernandez 2.

Napavine 43, W-P 36

Micah Brown drove into the lane and dished the ball to Reece Stanley, who scored off the glass to give Napavine the lead for good at 36-34 with 2:30 to play in the Tigers’ win over the Cardinals.

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Napavine129616- 43

 Waitsburg-Prescott (14-7) - Hernandez 0, Cady 6, Zuger 0, Withers 2, Bartlow 16, Gerke 3, Wooderchak 1, Alexenko 0, Kiefel 6, McDaniel 2, Brown 0, Lehr 0.

Napavine (11-10) - Keller 2, Stanley 1, C. Brown 10, Hunt 2, J. Brown 10, Stanley 8, M. Brown 9, L. Brown 0, Merriman 0, T. Brown 2

La Conner 51, Toutle 35

La Conner bounced back from a nonproductive third quarter by outscoring the Fighting Ducks 35-16 in the second half and breezing to an easy victory.

The victorious Braves got a game-high 19 points from sophomore guard Landy James.

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Toutle Lake127610- 35

 La Conner (18-3) - Novak 0, M. Wilbur 7, James 19, Lindeman 10, G. Wilbur 0, McKnight 7, Carr 0, Willey 8, Mejlaender 0, Howlett 0.

Toutle Lake (9-12) - Jalalpoor 2, Vickaryous 2, Keefe 2, O’Connor 5, Hayes 6, Heinzman 3, Elam 0, Foster 2, Hoffman 0, Schilter 13.

Entiat 66, Asotin 62 (OT)

Entiat used a furious fourth-quarter comeback to force overtime and then outscored the Panthers 7-3 in the extra period to keep its title hopes alive.

The Tigers, who trailed 53-37 after three quarters, opened the fourth with 11 unanswered points to get back in contention

Angel Paz, a 5-foot-9 guard, keyed the Tigers’ comeback by knocking down four 3-pointers, including one that tied the game at 59 with 9 seconds left in regulation and forced OT.

Asotin19171763- 62
Entiat15148227- 66

 Asotin (12-9) - Olson, Ankney 0, McIntosh 3, Heitstuman 14, Dalton 14, Lohman 8, Servatius 17, Trimmell 3, Jose 3.

Entiat (18-3) - Ledbeter 0, Hothan 2, Whitehall 0, Paz 14, Sanders 4, Edwardson 7, Crawley 19, Sanford 0, Avelar 20.

Chief Leschi 54, Willapa 50

Senior guard Joey Bisson scored a game-high 21 points and teammate Tyler Savini added 16 – five on free throws in the final 43 seconds – as Chief Leschi held off the Vikings.

The Warriors, who also got five points and a game-high 10 rebounds from junior center Michael Wallace, survived despite shooting just 28.1 percent (16 for 57) from the field.

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Chief Leschi6131520- 54

 Willapa Valley (13-8) - M. Friese 8, A. Friese 8, Lundy 0, Nissell 6, Gerow 0, Wilkeson 15, Freeman 13, Schwiesow 0

Chief Leschi (14-5) - St. Germain 0, J. Bisson 21, N. Bisson 2, Savini 16, Ahmad 6, Foley 4, Wallace 5.

Liberty Ch. 60, Colfax 52

Colfax had no answer for the inside play of Liberty Christian’s Cody Brockman, who dumped in a game- and tournament-high 29 points in leading the Patriots to a first-round win.

Brockman, a 6-foot-3 senior, snaked his way inside the Bulldogs’ defense at will. He finished the night 10 of 14 from the field and made 8 of 11 free throws.

Colfax tied the game at 45 on a 3-pointer by Alex Teade to open the fourth period.

But the Bulldogs then went 61/2 minutes without scoring another field goal.

Colfax trailed 54-52 following a James Robinson 3-pointer with just 48 seconds remaining, but the Bulldogs came no closer.

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Liberty Christian11161815- 60

 Colfax (14-7) - Bravard 11, Hatley 0, Hoadley 0, Gay 13, Teade 5, Robinson 13, Gfeller 0, Berarducci 2, Huber 8,

Liberty Christian (19-2) - Koglin 0, Salzano 0, Siefken 12, Groth 0, Dustin 6, Brockman 29, Simpkins 0, Corrigan 13.

Davenport 61, LCA 54

See story B1.

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Davenport11152015- 61

 Life Christian Academy (12-10) - Hutchens 12, King 11, Ricker 4, Paige 6, Absten 0, Curry 1, McKee 6, Diggs 14.

Davenport (16-5) - Hopkins 2, Jo.Gunning 4, Becker 9, Ja.Gunning 13, Zeiler 16, Evers 0, Scharff 17, Rosman 0.


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