March 2, 2012 in Sports

Girls

 

Colton 58, Neah Bay 36

Colton, winner of three State 1B titles, came alive in the second half and beat Neah Bay 58-36.

Jenna Moser made 7 of 8 free throws and finished with 15 points and nine rebounds for the Wildcats, who outscored the Red Devils by 16 points in the second half.

Rebecca Thompson led Neah Bay with nine points and six rebounds.

As a result of 24.2 percent shooting from the field, Colton’s 22-point margin of victory was a relatively close game compared to the 46.5-point edge they averaged in 20 regular-season victories.

Colton advanced to today’s semifinals and will play Almira/Coulee-Hartline.

Colton1391323 - 58
Neah Bay97614 - 36

 Colton (1-0) J. Moser 15, H. Moser 12, Meyer 5, Dahmen 0, G. Druffel 5, Vincent 7, K. Druffel 8, Chadwick 0, Weber 3, Warner 0, Smith 3.

Neah Bay (0-1) Greene 0, Thompson 9, Tyler 6, Murner 0, Winck 5, Ch. Moss 8, Ci. Moss 5, Chartraw 3.

ACH 72, Lopez 15

The Almira/Coulee-Hartline Warriors overwhelmed the Lobos on both ends of the court and cruised to the easy victory.

Madeline Isaak and Allison Fox had 13 points each and Kodi Noggles added 10 points and eight rebounds for Almira/Coulee-Hartline. Kodi Noggles added 10 more points.

The 55-point margin of victory was nine points shy of the tournament record, which was set in 2010 when Colton beat King’s Way 79-15.

The Warriors shot 48.3 percent from the field and built a 41-9 lead at halftime.

Allison Fox and Kelsey Streeter each nailed three 3-pointers as ACH finished 8 for 20 from beyond the arc.

The Warriors advance to play Colton in the semifinals today at 7:15 p.m. Almira/Coulee-Hartline of the Bi-County 1B League and Colton of the Southeast 1B did not meet during the regular season

Lopez5406 - 15
Almira/Coulee-Hartline20211813 - 72

 Lopez (12-11) Oya 0, Swanson 4, Taylor 0, Gruenwald 0, Prewitt 0, Stanley 5, Dye 6, Ogden 0, Reeve 0, Carter 0, Steinbrueck 0.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline (21-4) Martin 3, Ma. Isaak 13, K. Streeter 11, Fox 13, Mo. Isaak 6, Porterfield 2, S. Streeter 5, Noggles 10, Hughes 0, Bresee 2, Stevens 4.

Columbia (Hunters) 75, Northwest Yeshiva 33

Lindsay Loe exploded for 31 points, including 18 in the first half, and grabbed 10 rebounds as the Lions routed the 613’s in the first round.

Columbia, which held a 41-17 advantage in total rebounds, outscored Northwest Yeshiva 28-6 in the first quarter.

Elizabeth Larrew added 17 points and Mackenzie Parrow had 11 points and 13 rebounds for Columbia, which will play today in the semifinals against Sunnyside Christian.

Julia Owen had 14 points and five rebounds for the 613’s, who will play in a loser-out game.

Columbia (Hunters)28161813 - 75
Northwest Yeshiva613104 - 33

 Columbia (Hunters) (26-1) Loe 31, Larrew 17, Keedy 0, Colvin 10, Parrow 11, Flett 4, Bondo 0, Jones 2, Hart 0.

Northwest Yeshiva (21-4) Aaronson 0, Behar 0, Greenberg 7, Davydov 7, Almo 3, Owen 14, Almoslino 0, Phillips 0, Friedland 0, Hasson 2.

Sunnyside Christian 50, Cusick 45

 Marisa Broersma had 18 points and six rebounds as the Panthers jumped ahead early and held on to beat the Knights in the first round.

Sunnyside Christian forced Cusick into 23 turnovers.

Andrea Heinen had 15 points and nine rebounds to lead the Panthers.

Sunnyside Christian will play in the semifinals today against Columbia.

Cusick1011816 - 45
Sunnyside Christian1221215 - 50

Cusick (18-9) Nelson 2, Samuels 14, Heinen 15, Adams 0, Adamson 9, Nelson 0, Nenema 0, Montgomery 3, Dick-Nomee 0, Andrews 2.

Sunnyside Christian (24-1) Haak 6, Long 6, Den Hoed 8, Brouwer 4, B. Broersma 0, M. Broersma 18, Van Belle 6, Wavrin 2, Dalrymple 0.


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