March 8, 2014 in Sports

1B Boys capsules

 

Colton 61, Shorewood Chr. 58

Jake Straughan scored 30 points and sealed the game at the free-throw line to send the Wildcats into the title game against Pomeroy after a win over the Lions.

Straughan hit two free throws with 12.2 seconds left to go up 61-58, and the Lions could not convert a 3-pointer at the buzzer.

Jordan King had 24 points and 10 rebounds for the Lions.

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Shorewood Chr.13161316 - 58

 Colton – Kinzer 2, Straughan 30, Dahmen 0, Frank 2, Druffel 0, Patchen 22, Meyer 5.

Shorewood Christian – Domingo 2, King 24, Fevaleaki 6, Sollesvik 0, Lorenz 9, Akers 4, Young 13.

Pomeroy 59, Neah Bay 50

The Red Devils could not recover from a slow first half as the Pirates held on for the win to earn a spot in the championship game.

After the Pirates went into halftime with a 17-point advantage, the Red Devils opened the third quarter with an 8-0 run to cut the lead to nine, putting on full-court pressure.

But the Pirates answered by opening the fourth quarter with a 13-2 run to put the game out of reach.

Cody LaMunyan had 15 points and 11 rebounds, and Riley Bott added 14 points for the Pirates.

Zeke Greene had 17 points for the Red Devils.

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Neah Bay851324 - 50

 Pomeroy (2-2) – McGreevy 6, Bott 14, Jones 0, LaMunyan 15, Feider 10, Snyder 7, Morfin 0, Ruchert 2, Mayfield 3.

Neah Bay (1-1) – Martinez 2, Claplanhoo 2, J.Greene 11, Z.Greene 17, Doherty 3, Venske 2, Moss 5, Reamer 3, McCaulley 5, Porter 0.

Tulalip Heritage 79, Wellpinit 69

Robert Miles led a balanced scoring attack with 17 points and the Hawks kept their season alive with a win over the Redskins.

Shawn Sanchey added 16 points and 11 rebounds for the Hawks, who took control with scoring runs in the second and third quarters.

The second quarter was the turning point. Tulalip Heritage applied an aggressive pressure defense, which led to steals and fast-break layups.

The Redskins were the aggressors late, and it produced a 14-2 run to open the fourth quarter. The deficit, however, proved too much to overcome.

James Best scored a game-high 22 points and Brodie Ford had 15 points and 21 rebounds to guide Wellpinit.

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Tulalip Heritage14302510 - 79

 Wellpinit – R.Ford 5, Best 22, Bowen 0, B.Ford 15, Holt 9, Lasarte 2, Tonasket 0, Andrews 12, Brigman 0, Ayala 4.

Tulalip Heritage – D.Jones 0, B.Jones 5, B.Fryberg 11, Miranda 10, T.Fryberg 0, Miles 17, Sanchey 16, Hamilton 15, McLean 0, W.Enick 5, Leslie 0, A.Enick 0.

Three Rivers Chr. 69, Cedar Park Chr. 60

Eric Powell led four players in double figures with 18 points and Three Rivers Christian pulled away in the fourth quarter and beat Cedar Park Christian.

Powell made 5 of 9 shots from the floor, including 2 of 5 3-pointers, and made all six of his free throws.

Cedar Park Christian cut a seven-point halftime deficit to one with a strong third quarter, but the Eagles responded in the fourth and sealed the win.

Three Rivers Christian.

Cedar Park Christian’s Eric Matson scored 21 points.

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Three Rivers Christian11181426 - 69

 Cedar Park Christian – Pina 6, Matson 21, Gillis 0, Joo 0, Redd 0, Reidy 15, Schley 14, Guddal 4.

Three Rivers Christian – Martinez 15, Labiche 4, Powell 18, Mann 0, Hoffman 2, Carns 7, Moore 12, D.Hull 11, M.Hull 0.

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