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Monday’s Girls Basketball: W.F. West Cruises Past R.A. Long

By The Chronicle

The Bearcats scored 18 points in the first and second quarters to pull away for a 62-30 win against R.A. Long in a non-league girls basketball game in Chehalis on Monday.

Drea Brumfield had 16 points and nine rebounds and Taya McCallum added 11 points. All 11 players got in the game and scored and coach Kyle Karnofski was pleased that everyone contributed.

Miranda Lomax led the Lumberjills with 10 points.

W.F. West shot 44 percent from the field and dominated on the glass, outrebounding R.A. long 38-14.

The Bearcats led 18-4 after one quarter and 36-12 at halftime.

“We just tried to get back on track tonight. We really focused on trying to do the little things and play the tempo we wanted to play,” Karnofski said. “We were deliberate in making our reads tonight and not to overthink, be basketball players and have some fun and play the way we know how to play.”

W.F. West (3-2) is back in action Tuesday in Chehalis against Elma.

Vikings Shoot Down Comets

MOSSYROCK — The Vikings shutout Naselle in the first quarter and that was more than enough to earn a 54-32 win in a non-league girls basketball game here on Monday.

Payton Torrey and Andee Nelson each scored 10 points. Hailey Brooks had eight points and seven rebounds and Gracie Lovan also tallied eight points. Caelyn Marshall had a team high six steals.

Lauren Katyryniuk led Naselle with 11 points.

Mossyrock shot 35 percent from the field and led 16-0 after the first quarter. The Vikings built the lead to 31-6 at halftime.

“We played alright. It was a nice game, we got our entire team in the game,” Mossyrock coach Autumn Moorcroft said. “Our scoring was pretty spread out. Defensively, we played hard and had quite a few steals.”

Mossyrock (5-0) travels to Toutle Lake on Wednesday.

Winlock Falls to Kalama

KALAMA — Addison Hall recorded a double-double for the Cardinals but it wasn’t enough as Kalama won 36-30 in a non-league girls basketball game here on Monday.

Hall scored 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds. Azhia Camps added six points for Winlock.

Kalama’s Chloe Larsen recorded 18 points and Gracie Stemkoski and Sydney Johnson each had eight points.

Winlock shot just 20 percent from the field while Kalama converted 31 percent of their shots.

The Cardinals jumped out to a 13-5 lead after one quarter, but the Chinooks responded and cut the deficit to 18-16 at halftime. Kalama outscored Winlock 20-12 in the second half.

“Karlie is out with a concussion, we definitely missed her,” Winlock coach Tori Nelson said. “We got a lot of shots up. We did not make them, we relied on Addison too much.”

Winlock (1-4) hosts Morton-White Pass on Wednesday at 5:45 p.m. in a girls-boys doubleheader.

Ilwaco Sails Past Pe Ell

PE ELL — Ilwaco scored 22 points in the fourth quarter to pull away and earn a 68-43 win against Pe Ell in a Pacific 2B League girls basketball game here on Monday.

Charlie Carper scored 13 points to lead the Trojans. Annika Mason almost had a double-double with 11 points and nine rebounds and Kammi Hill added nine points.

Erika Glenn had 28 points for the Fishermen and Estella Sheldon was also in double figures with 10 points.

The biggest difference was shooting, as Ilwaco shot 42 percent while Pe Ell converted just 34 percent of their field goals.

Ilwaco led 29-20 at halftime, but won the second half 39-23, including the 22-point fourth quarter.

“They played much better than they did their last game. We handled the pressure much better and executed offensively much better,” Pe Ell coach Randy Driver said. “We need to step up our defensive intensity. Other than that, played pretty well. (Annika) Mason had a good game running the point.”

Pe Ell (2-3) travels to Northwest Christian on Wednesday for a league contest.

At Mossyrock

VIKINGS 54, COMETS 32

Naselle 0 6 14 14 —32

Mossyrock 16 15 16 5 —54

Naselle (32) — Dalton 2, Cenci 2, Steenerson 9, Katyryniuk 11, Colombo 6, Shrives 4

FG: 13 of 43 —.302 FT: 8 of 9 —.888 Reb: 35

Mossyrock (54) — West 2, Lovan 8, Torrey 10, Vigre 6, Nelson 10, Marshall 6, Brockway 2, Brooks 8

FG: 22 of 62 —.354 FT: 4 of 4 —1.00 Reb: 31 (Brooks 7)

At Chehalis

BEARCATS 62, LUMBERJILLS 30

R.A. Long 4 8 8 10 —30

W.F. West 18 18 13 13 —62

R.A. Long (30) — Lomax 10, Anderson 3, Jenkins 2, Sheldon 1, B. Clark 8, J. Clark 6

FG: 13 of 43 —.302 FT: 2 of 6 —.333 Reb: 14

W.F. West — Vadala 5, Roberts 5, Mak. Mencke 3, Remund 2, Brumfield 16, Mad. Mencke 6, K. McCallum 4, Lockwood 2, Waring 6, Henry 2, T. McCallum 11

FG: 22 of 50 —.440 FT: 10 of 14 —.714 Reb: 38 (Brumfield 9)

At Kalama

CHINOOKS 36, CARDINALS 30

Winlock 13 5 8 4 —30

Kalama 5 11 10 10 —36

Winlock (30) — Barragan 2, Camps 6, Hall 22

FG: 11 of 55 —.200 FT: 8 of 12 —.666 Reb: 25 (Hall 12)

Kalama (36) — Stemkoski 8, Johnson 8, S. Given 2, Larsen 18

FG: 15 of 47 —.319 FT: 2 of 7 —.285 Reb: 22

At Pe Ell

FISHERMEN 68, TROJANS 43

Ilwaco 16 13 17 22 —68

Pe Ell 11 9 11 12 —43

Ilwaco (68) — Whelden 2, Ramsey 5, Glenn 28, Bittner 5, Sheldon 10, S. Kemmer 9, J. Kemmer 2, McKinstry 1, Gray 6

FG: 24 of 57 —.421 FT: 10 of 23 —.434 Reb: 32

Pe Ell (43) — Mason 11, Carper 13, Hill 9, Baldwin 5, Krafczyk 2, Shannon 2, Bush 1

FG: 15 of 44 —.340 FT: 12 of 16 —.750 Reb: 31 (Mason 9)

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