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Thu., March 4, 2010

Napavine 55, Darrington 51

Teryn Pannette had 14 points and Napavine held off the surging Loggers in the second half.

The Tigers led by as many as 15 but struggled mightily in the second half. They scored just four points in the third quarter, allowing Darrington to pull within four at the end of the game.

Napavine 20 16 4 15 - 55
Darrington 14 8 9 20 - 51

 Napavine (18-3) - Goettleman 4, Brown 0, Morris 10, Sahlinger 3, Hylton 2, Pannette 14, Foster 11, Sherwood 6, Grove 0, Brossard 5,

Darrington (13-7) - Fanning 0, Gentry 0, H. Wales 13, Cousins 20, R. Wales 12, Baker 0, Pugh 3, Brooks 3.

Reardan 59, Entiat 37

Three freshmen served notice of the arrival of Reardan to the tournament field. Led by Kelsey Moos’ 24 points, the Indians blitzed the Tigers.

Moos combined with fellow first-year players Chantel Heath and Tori Wynecoop to score 38 of the Indians’ 59 points, with Moos leading the team with eight rebounds. Her 14 first-half points helped the Indians build a 16-point lead by halftime.

The Indians’ advantage reached 26 by the end of the third quarter.The Indians forced 14 first-half turnovers and finished with 18, converting 12 points off those miscues.

Reardan 21 11 17 10 - 59
Entiat 8 8 7 14 - 37

 Reardan (18-3) - Flowers 6, Peone 5, Moos 24, Schulz 4, Weidmer 4, Heath 10, Burge 0, Wynecoop 4, Lillengreen 2, Nix 0, Grey 0.

Entiat (15-6) - Larsen 0, Southard 16, Diaz 6, Lamb 0, Wooldridge 0, Montgomery 8, Hodge 5, Ledbeter 0, Anson 2, Bahena 0.

Wahkiakum 63, Orcas 45

The Mules took charge midway through the third quarter with a 13-0 run, started by Jordan Wirkala, who finished with 18 points. Halie Boyce followed with a three-point play and a basket, and Brieanna Olsen, who scored 15 points, capped it with a 3-pointer for a 42-32 lead.

The Vikings got back within four at the start of the fourth quarter, but they came no closer.

Orcas Island 11 13 14 7 - 45
Wahkiakum 13 13 18 19 - 63

 Orcas Island (12-6) - McCormick 0, Padbury 9, Shaw 13, Thomas 0, O’Toole 6, Fowler 0, Bronn 0, Diepenbrock 11, Janssen 0, Klein 0, Hofmann 6, Tidwell 0.

Wahkiakum (14-7) - B.Helms 0, Crouse 0, Felton 1, Budd 0, Boyce 22, Patching 0, A.Helms 0, Olsen 15, Wirkkala 18, Clark 4, Land 3.

NWC 45, Liberty Ch. 32

Taylor Bodine scored 21 points as slow and steady won the race for Northwest Christian (Lacey).

NWC never scored more than 16 points in a quarter, accomplishing that in the opening frame to build an eight-point lead. Bodine scored eight points during an early 10-0 run that pushed the lead to 12-4 with 2:35 left in the first.

Liberty Christian 8 3 11 10 - 32
NWC 16 9 11 9 - 45

 Liberty Christian (12-9) - Harding 19, Ellis 0, H. Croskey 2, D. Croskey 0, Moore 3, Deatherage 0, Patterson 0, Higgins 0, Berges 8, Simunds 0, Chase 0, Koller 0.

Northwest Christian (Lacey) (18-2) - Bodine 21, Fox 11, Bates 8, J. Sowers 1, Wagner 0, Edwards 4, Thomas 0, A. Sowers 0.

La Salle 55, Evergreen L. 42

Savannah Bonny spent most of the first quarter on the bench. But from then on the senior wing made life miserable for the Eagles, scoring 12 points and leading the Lightning defense in their win.

Evergreen Lutheran 8 8 13 13 - 42
La Salle 12 20 15 8 - 55

 Evergreen Lutheran (15-6) - C. Poetter 6, Meyer 0, Lance 3, Fuegmann 5, Hansen 0, M. Poetter 11, Herman 2, Addleman 1, Laete 14, Sandwith 0, Weber 0.

La Salle (19-2) - Vickers 1, Hernandez 8, Bonny 12, Ashby 11, Andringa 2, Sattler 4, Newell 2, Degooyer 11, Adkins 2, Standley 2, Patterson 0, Kaschmitter 0.

Toutle Lake 46, Tac-Bap 40

After trailing 8-1 after the first period, 20-8 at the half and 18 early in the third quarter, the Toutle Lake Ducks closed within 31-26 entering the fourth quarter.

They tied it at 33 on a layup by Shelby Waston, who had a game-high 19 points, and took the lead with 4:44 to play on a short jumper by Kelsey Kent.

Toutle Lake 1 7 18 20 - 46
Tacoma Baptist 8 12 11 9 - 40

 Toutle Lake (14-7) - Wall 4, Kent 5, Andrews 2, Hoff 7, Hockett 1, Flatz 0, Hanson 0, Wason 19, Swanson 0, Carlson 8, Locke 0.

Tacoma Baptist (18-3) - Burns 0, Narayan 0, Shank 9, Ausmus 0, Van Eycke 0, Talen 4, Wintersole 0, Rea 12, Lyons 0, Zeitler 0, Wolf 15, McDonald 0.

Liberty Bell 62, Asotin 52

Liberty Bell led after the opening minutes but couldn’t shake Asotin until the fourth quarter to win for the 13th time in 14 games.

The Panthers closed within three points early in the fourth quarter. But Ryliegh Ferrill and Shelby Scott helped the Mountain Lions pull away, combining for 16 points in the fourth quarter.

Liberty Bell 19 9 12 22 - 62
Asotin 12 8 15 17 - 52

 Liberty Bell (16-5) - Bradshaw 10, Ferrill 17, Pennock 0, Stevie 9, Clements 13, Scott 11, Kelkka 0, Higbee 0, Watson 2, Ott 0, Duguay 0.

Asotin (13-8) - J.Prior 2, Barnes 22, Nelson 5, Shriver 7, Reynolds 4, Jose 12, Franklin 0, Loop 0.

Colfax 65, DeSales 48

DeSales 7 13 16 12 - 48
Colfax 11 20 20 14 - 65

 DeSales (16-5) - Konen 0, Higgins 4, Acock 0, Duncan 31, Giusti 1, Blanc 2, Majerus 0, Hansen 0, Zander 7, Ferrel 3.

Colfax (18-3) - Bruya 1, Webber 0, Harazin 9, Hall 0, R. Johnson 6, K. Johnson 17, Simonson 2, Elkins 0, Burke 6, Shaw 6, Maltone 14, Skelton 4.


 

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