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Saturday’s Prep Girls Basketball: Cards Top Toledo in Battle of the Cowlitz

Winlock High School guard Rianna Whitehead, 12, battles for a rebound during first-half action Saturday against Toledo High School forward Emily Tyner, 30, in Winlock.

Cards Top Toledo in Battle of the Cowlitz

WINLOCK — Rianna Whitehead recorded a double double and the Cardinals were able to hold off Toledo 40-32 in Central 2B League hoops action here on Saturday.

Whitehead scored 12 points and grabbed 14 rebounds. Makayla Allbritton added 10 points and Maggie Howsden scored 8 points along with 12 rebounds.

Anna Tauscher led Toledo with 18 points.

Winlock played quality defense in the first half and was up 19-11 at halftime. Tauscher heated up from behind the arc to help Toledo start a comeback, but the host Cardinals held on for the win.

Winlock had a 40-28 advantage on the glass, including 21 offensive rebounds, nine of which were pulled down by Howsden.

“We owed them one. We came to play,” Winlock coach Tori Nelson said. “I think our defense was pretty solid, and just about everybody that played scored. We took care of the ball better than we normally do.”

Winlock (4-13, 2-12 league) hosts Mossyrock on Tuesday in a C2BL game, while Toledo (6-12, 4-10 league) plays at Toutle Lake on Tuesday.


Bearcats Beat Prairie With Big Second Half

W.F. West was in a big hole at halftime, but climbed out of it in the third quarter and handed 3A Prairie a 61-52 loss Saturday night in nonleague girls hoops action in Chehalis.

The win improved the Bearcats’ season record to 14-2, while Prairie dropped to 13-3.

The Falcons led 41-26 at halftime, but the Bearcats went on a 21-5 run over the third quarter to take the lead, then outscored their guests 14-6 in the fourth quarter for an overall 35-11 advantage in the second half.

Post Lexie Strasser led W.F. West with 13 points on 6 of 11 shooting. Erika Brumfield added 11 points and hit all eight of her free throw attempts.

Kiara Steen chipped in 7 points, five assists and three steals, and Brumfield added a team-high six rebounds.

Julia Johnson and Madi Haakenson each added 9 points.

Mallory Williams led Prairie with 20 points. Jozie Tangeman added 15.

W.F. West (5-1 league) returns to Evergreen 2A Conference play on Tuesday at Tumwater (10-5, 4-2 league).
Chinooks Overwhelm Mossyrock

MOSSYROCK — Mossyrock was held to 10 points in the first half here Saturday in a 54-35 loss to Kalama in C2BL girls hoops action.

Parker Esary led the Chinooks with 13 points, while Jaden Howard added 11 and Kaelyn Shipley pitched in 10.

“We got stuck in a hole that we couldn’t get ourselves out of, turning the ball over a little too much in the first half,” Mossyrock coach Darin Bullock said. “They did a good job defensively forcing us to make passes that they wanted, and that played into their hand in the first half.”

Lainee Grose and Ava Nelson each scored 8 to lead Mossyrock.

Mossyrock (9-7, 7-7 league) plays at Winlock on Tuesday.
Loggers Top Pe Ell 45-28

PE ELL — Field goals were at a premium and foul shots were aplenty here Saturday as Onalaska topped Pe Ell 45-28 in C2BL girls basketball play.

The Loggers went 13 of 74 from the field, while Pe Ell was 7 of 62. The teams combined to shoot 54 free throws in the contest.

Dakota Brooks led Pe Ell with 8 points and 18 rebounds.

“We got them in foul trouble early, but we could not take advantage of that,” Pe Ell coach Chris Phelps said. “Our offensive execution certainly has to be better.”

Kasey Hoyt led Onalaska with 11 points, and Chloe Nevitt added 9 points and nine rebounds.

Pe Ell (4-18, 3-11 league) hosts Rainier on Tuesday. The outcome will potentially determine the final seed to the District 4 tournament.

Onalaska (7-11, 6-8 league) hosts Napavine Tuesday.
Pirates Roll Past Rainier

ADNA — The Pirates jumped out to a 21-5 lead after a quarter and cruised in a 74-29 C2BL girls hoops win over Rainier here Saturday.

Kenya Lorton and Isabella Elwood each scored 18 for Adna.

“Our pressure really bothered them in the first quarter,” Adna coach Chris Bannish said. “We jumped on them and we were able to stay on them pretty good.”

Devanie Kleemeyer added 13 points and 10 rebounds for Adna, which went 21 of 29 from the foul line.

Nicole Francis led Rainier with 17 points.

Sam Foster played her best game of the season (6 points) for Adna, Bannish noted, and Elwood had another solid outing.

“She’s really been putting in the time shooting the last couple weeks,” Bannish said of Elwood. “It’s really been starting to show in the games.”

Adna (17-2, 12-2 league) plays Morton-White Pass in Randle on Tuesday and closes out the season at home with Pe Ell on Thursday.
Olson, Lee, Snaza Pace Napavine

RANDLE — Three Tigers scored in double figures here Saturday night and Napavine rolled in a 63-30 C2BL girls hoops win over Morton-White Pass.

Mollie Olson scored 20 points with eight rebounds, Melissa Lee added 18 points and 11 boards and Becca Snaza tied a season-high with 14 points for Napavine.

“With their two girls (Olson and Lee), they’re just way more experienced than we are, and way more talented than we are,” MWP coach Tom Griffith said. “The one that’s impressed me both times we’ve played them is the Snaza girls. Both times we’ve played them, she’s hurt us.”

Snaza established that season-high mark back on Dec. 14, also against the Timberwolves.

Jaycee Dunlap led MWP with 14 points, and Belen Salguero added 9 points and seven rebounds.

The Timberwolves trailed 20-5 after a quarter and committed 37 turnovers in the game.

Morton-White Pass (6-12, 3-11 league) hosts Adna in Randle on Tuesday. Napavine (10-8, 10-4 league) plays at Onalaska Tuesday.
At Winlock

CARDINALS 40, INDIANS 32

Toledo     8 3 13 8 — 32

Winlock 12 7 12 9 — 40

Toledo (32) — Holmes 3, Tauscher 18, Richardson 2, Tyner 5, Schaplow 4

FG: 11 of 40 —.275 FT: 4 of 10 —.400 Rebs. 28

Winlock (40) — Allbritton 10, Whitehead 12, Howsden 8, Dunlap 3, Hammond 4, Squibb 3

FG: 15 of 56 —.267 FT: 7 of 14 —.500 Rebs. 40 (Whitehead 14, Howsden 12)
At Chehalis

BEARCATS 61, FALCONS 52

Prairie       18 23 5 6 —52

W.F. West 13 13 21 14 —61

Prairie (52) — Walling 20, Tangeman 15, Williams 6, Coral 5, Gardner 5, Parks 1

FG: 19 of 44 —.432 FT: 8 of 11 —.727 Reb. 12 (Walling 4)

W.F. West (61) — Strasser 13, Brumfield 11, Johnson 9, M. Haakenson 9, Steen 7, Lofgren 7, Bennett 5

FG: 19 of 46 —.413 FT: 19 of 26 —.731 Reb. 23 (Brumfield 6)
At Mossyrock

CHINOOKS 54, VIKINGS 35

Kalama     11 16 13 12 —54

Mossyrock 6 4 6 18 —35

Kalama (54) — LaRoy 2, Sykes 2, Hull 2, Montanez 3, Shipley 10, Howard 11, Esary 13, Nelson 5, Mickelson 2

FG: 21 of 40 —.525 FT: 8 of 12 —.667 Reb. 29

Mossyrock (35) — Fried 6, Grose 8, Hadaller 2, Moorcroft 2, Edgar 2, Anderson 1, Nelson 8, Carlson 6

FG: 12 of 43 —.279 FT: 6 of 11 —.545 Reb. 29
At Pe Ell

LOGGERS 45, TROJANS 28

Onalaska 11 7 10 17 —45

Pe Ell         6 7  7  8 —28

Onalaska (45) — Duryea 1, Nevitt 9, Sabin 3, Hoyt 11, Pannkuk 6, Berrera 8, Bogar 7

FG: 13 of 74 —.175 FT: 15 of 29 —.517 Reb. 38 (Nevitt 9)

Pe Ell (28) — Justice 1, Davis 2, Smith 3, Zock 6, Blankenship 2, Brooks 8, Elliott 5, McCarty 1

FG: 7 of 62 —.113 FT: 12 of 25 —.480 Reb. 40 (Brooks 18)
At Adna

PIRATES 74, MOUNTAINEERS 29

Rainier 5   13    7 4 —29

Adna   21   21   25 7 —74

Rainier (29) — Diamond 1, Francis 17, Holmes 9, Miles 2

FG: 9 of 47 —.191 FT: 8 of 12 —.667 Reb. 24

Adna (74) — Glover 5, Bower 3, Lorton 18, Kreuger 2, Pannette 3, Humphrey 4, Aselton 2, Foster 6, Kleemeyer 13, Elwood 18

FG: 25 of 86 —.291 FT: 21 of 29 —.725 Reb. 50 (Kleemeyer 10)
At Morton

TIGERS 63, TIMBERWOLVES 30

Napavine   20 12 20 11 —63

Morton-WP 5   5 12 8 —30

Napavine (63) — Sevilla 2, Stewart 4, Olson 20, Snaza 14, Williams 4, Pope 1, Lee 18

FG: 25 of 50 —.500 FT: 9 of 14 —.643 Reb. 25 (Lee 11, Olson 8)

Morton-White Pass (30) — Dunlap 14, Nilius 4, Smathers 3, Salguero 9

FG: 12 of 52 —.231 FT: 2 of 5 —.400 Reb. 30 (Salguero 7)

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