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Friday’s Girls Basketball Roundup: Loggers Whipsaw Winlock

ONALASKA — Kasey Hoyt posted 17 points, six steals and two blocks in a winning effort here Friday night as the Loggers downed Winlock 41-34 in a Central 2B League contest.

That game-high scoring output by Hoyt included a late three-point shot and a pair of free throws that put a bow on the Onalaska win.

“She had a really great game,” said Onalaska coach Dracy McCoy.

Winlock held a 16-15 lead at halftime but the Loggers used a pair of 13-point second-half quarters to put the winning distance between themselves and the plucky Cardinals.

“We had a really flat first half. Defensively we were very flat,” said McCoy, who noted that her team compiled 15 of its 20 steals in the second half.

Jenna Jones lead Winlock in scoring with 8 points but it was Rianna Whitehead, who scored 6 points, who caught the attention of McCoy.

“Whitehead is always a threat from the 3-point line. She hit a really clutch 3 in the fourth quarter to bring them back in the game,” said McCoy.

McCoy credited an inspired performance by Abigal Bogar, who finished the game with a well-rounded stat line of 12 points, seven rebounds and two blocks, for helping the Loggers to finally get things moving in the right direction.

“The second half Abbie Bogar had a great effort. She was playing very hard. She had some clutch rebounds, very good defense and even a couple blocked shots,” said McCoy.

Onalaska (5-5, 4-3 league) will play at Montesano at 7 p.m. on Saturday. Winlock (3-7,1-6 league) will travel to Rainier on Tuesday.
Lorton, Pirates Hammer Toledo

ADNA — Kenya Lorton scored the Pirates’ first 11 points, and Adna rolled in a 58-25 win over Toledo here Friday in Central 2B League girls hoops action.

Lorton, a senior guard, finished with a game-high 24 points in the Pirates’ first home game since Dec. 16.

“We haven’t played well, the last two games, out of the start,” Pirate coach Chris Bannish said. “We kind of went with a different philosophy, and in the first quarter we really jumped on them.”

Adna led 18-7 after a quarter and 38-11 at halftime, holding Toledo to single-digit scoring in every quarter.

Lili Glover added 9 points for the Pirates, and Devanie Kleemeyer grabbed a team-high 11 rebounds. Adna held a 36-21 advantage on the glass and attempted 28 free throws, making 19.

“Tonight, we really buckled down defensively, and that was the key,” Bannish added.

Anna Tauscher scored 11 points for Toledo.

Adna (11-0, 7-0 league) hosts Kalama on Tuesday and plays at Toutle Lake on Thursday. Toledo (2-7, 1-6 league) plays at Pe Ell on Tuesday.
Mossyrock Drops Pe Ell

PE ELL — Mossyrock crashed the boards and had two players in double figures to earn a 63-26 win over Pe Ell in Central 2B League basketball here on Friday.

Mossyrock’s Ava Nelson led all scorers with 15 points, Stephanie Fried added 10 points and Paige Moorcroft scored 4 with a team high 10 rebounds. Pe Ell was led by Dakota Brooks’ 8 points.

The Vikings dominated the glass, outrebounding Pe Ell 41-18.

Mossyrock led 13-3 after the first quarter and expanded the lead to 33-14 at halftime.

“Right now, we’re a swamp. We’re not playing well. We’re failing to execute on the defensive and offensive side of the ball,” Pe Ell coach Chris Phelps said. “I’ve got to do a better job of making sure I get them ready to play. We’re going to get better, we’ve just got to pay attention to the detail and work hard to get better.”

Pe Ell (2-8, 1-5) hosts Toledo on Tuesday, while Mossyrock hits the road to face Morton-White Pass on Tuesday.
Kalama Beats Napavine in Battle of Big Twos

NAPAVINE — Kalama’s 6-footers Parker Esary and Kaelyn Shipley combined for 40 points, and a big third quarter helps the Chinooks to a 54-44 win over Napavine here Friday in C2BL girls basketball action.

Mollie Olson led Napavine with 23 points, and Melissa Lee added 17.

“They have two good basketball players on their side, as well, so it was a very fun game for our kids,” Napavine coach Jeremy Landram noted. “Xoee Pope and Grace Bruneau did a great job playing in the middle, being all of 5-foot-6. They were able to do a pretty decent job.”

Kalama, though, turned a 26-25 halftime lead into a 10-point game in the third quarter.

“They made their 3s in the third quarter and we missed ours,” Landram said. “That was pretty much the difference in the game.”

Napavine (5-6, 5-2 league) hosts Toutle Lake on Tuesday.
Mules Boot MWP

MORTON — Peyton Souvenir scored 29 points to pace the Mules to a 75-27 win over Morton-White Pass in Central 2B League action here Friday.

Macie Elliott added 16 points for Wahkiakum, and Savannah Burdick chipped in 13.

Kyla Goble led the Timberwolves with 10 points and Taylor Nilius added 8 points and nine rebounds.

Wahkiakum jumped out to a 29-10 lead after the first quarter and pushed the advantage to 51-16 at halftime, with Souvenir scoring 21 in the first half.

“They just shoot the ball really well. They have five different girls making 3s. They’re just exceptional shooters,” MWP coach Tom Griffith said. “They’re such good shooters that you go and try to close out on them, they put the ball on the floor and drive right by you. They’re just a really talented team, a good group of girls.”

Morton-White Pass (3-7, 0-6 league) hosts Mossyrock on Tuesday at Randle in a Central 2B League matchup.
Montesano’s Spradlin Too Much for Tenino

MONTESANO — Jordan Spradlin was just too overpowering.

The Montesano senior post scored 32 points here Friday night to lead the Bulldogs to a 56-22 win over Tenino in an Evergreen 1A League girls basketball contest.

“She was definitely a presence in the key,” Beaver coach Brandi Thomas said. “She’s a hard girl to stop, and we knew if we sink in too much they’d kick out and shoot some 3s.”

Montesano led 33-8 at halftime and improved to 9-2 with the win.

Kaylee Schow led Tenino with 6 points. Emma Homann snared 10 rebounds.

“We did see some positive things,” Thomas said. “They worked their butts off from the beginning until the end, and that’s something I’m always so proud of as a coach, especially in games like that.”

Tenino (9-3, 1-1 league) plays at Elma on Thursday.

At Onalaska

LOGGERS 41, CARDINALS 34

Onalaska 4 11 13 13 —41

Winlock   8 8 11 7 —34

Onalaska (41) — Nevitt 4, Mitten 2, Hoyt 17, H. Pannkuk 4, Barrera 2, Bogar 12

FG: 17 of 53 —.320 FT: 3 of 8 —.375 Reb. 33 (Bogar 7)

Winlock (34) — Allbritton 6, Whitehead 6, Howsden 4, Hammond 5, Squibb 5, Jones 8

FG: 12 of 45 —.266 FT: 11 of 25 —.440 Reb. N/A
At Adna

PIRATES 58, INDIANS 25

Toledo 7 4 6 8 —25

Adna 18 20 15 5 —58

Toledo (25) — Tauscher 11, Richardson 4, Tyner 2, Schaplow 6, Cline 2

FG: 11 of 30 —.366 FT: 2 of 6 —.333 Reb. 21

Adna (58) — Glover 9, Lorton 24, Humphrey 3, Foster 2, Kleemeyer 2, Elwood 6

FG: 17 of 74 —.229 FT: 19 of 28 —.678 Reb. 36 (Kleemeyer 11)
At Pe Ell

VIKINGS 63, TROJANS 26

Mossyrock 13 20 21 9 — 63

Pe Ell            3 11   7   5 — 26

Mossyrock (63) — Fried 10, Grose 9, Moorcroft 4, Edgar 9, Anderson 7, Nelson 15, Carlson 9

FG: 20 of 55 — .363 FT: 13 of 23 — .565 Rebs. 41 (Moorcroft 10)

Pe Ell (26) — Justice 2, Davis 2, Smith 3, Zock 3, Blankenship 6, Brooks 8, McCarty 2

FG: 10 of 47 — .212 FT: 1 of 7 — .142 Rebs. 18 (Brooks 4)
At Napavine

CHINOOKS 54, TIGERS 44

Kalama    17 9 18 10 —54

Napavine 15 10 9 10 —44

Kalama (54) — LaRoy 3, Sykes 2, Montanez 5, Shipley 20, Esary 20, Nelson 3, Mickelson 1

FG: N/A FT: 7 of 13 —.538 Reb. N/A

Napavine (44) — Bruneau 2, Olson 23, Snaza 2, Lee 17

FG: 16 of 39 —.410 FT: 8 of 12 —.667 Reb. 18
At Morton

MULES 75, TIMBERWOLVES 27

Wahkiakum 29 22 13 11 — 75

Morton-WP 10 6 4 7 — 27

Wahkiakum (75) — Ashe 2, Fluckiger 3, Souvenir 29, M. Mace 3, Elliott 16, P. Mace 2, Leitz 3, Burdick 13, Hansen 4

FG: 24 of 51 — .471 FT: 15 of 16 — .938 Rebs. 20 (Ashe 4)

MWP (27) — Dunlap 3, Nilius 8, Goble 10, Smathers 1, Dotson 5

FG: 11 of 44 — .250 FT: 4 of 14 — .286 Rebs. 24 (Nilius 9)
At Montesano

BULLDOGS 56, BEAVERS 22

Tenino          5 3 9 5 —22

Montesano 16 17 12 11 —56

Tenino (22) — Antill 4, Mathis 4, Letts 1, Homann 2, Wachter 5, Schow 6

FG: 5 of 40 —.125 FT: 6 of 13 —.462 Reb. 21 (Homann 10)

Montesano (56) — Hutchings 2, Bartlett 3, Lovell 4, Talley 4, Toyra 5, Flock 6, Spradlin 32

FG: 20 of 51 —.392 FT: 10 of 21 —.476 Reb. N/A

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