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2B Boys Basketball Roundup: Pirates Power Past Winlock

By The Chronicle
ADNA — Thanks to a treasure chest full of free throw attempts the Pirates were able to fend off a pesky Winlock squad by a score of 75-62 here Wednesday night in boys Central 2B basketball action.
“They played us very tough. Tons of credit to those kids and to coach (Nick) Bamer. They battled,” said Adna coach Luke Salme. “We didn’t defend as well as we need to be defending right now at this point in the season.”
The Pirates (25 of 55) and Cardinals (23 of 54) shot nearly identical marks from the floor but Adna mustered a mighty 28 attempts from the charity stripe in order to create space in the final score. For the game the Pirates managed to shoot 16 of 18 from the line while Winlock made just 8 of 18 freebies.
“We did a pretty good job, especially in the second half, kind of attacking the rim,” said Salme. “We didn’t shoot it as well as we would have liked but when you get that many attempts I guess it did work out in our favor.”
The Pirates had five players score in double figures with Tanner Rigdon scoring a team-high 20 points and snagging a team-high 12 rebounds. Conner Weed and Cody Young added 12 points each for Adna while Austen Apperson added 11 and Blake Davis chipped in 10 points.
“That’s nice. We’ve got four guys at this point in the season scoring in double figures and that’s who we are. We take pride in that,” said Salme. “We needed all five to get this W.”
Winlock was led in the scoring column by Wyatt Dean who tallied 24 points. Carter Whitehead added 13 points, Dawson Hall scored 12 and Zach Weinert notched 8 points while working hard on the glass.
Adna (11-3, 9-1 league) plays at Wahkiakum on Friday and Winlock (4-10, 2-7 league) will host Pe Ell on Friday.

Wallace, Indians Run Past Ony
ONALASKA — Reece Wallace scored 20 points to pace Toledo in a 53-30 C2BL win over the Loggers here Wednesday.
Wallace hit four 3-pointers in the win, and Toledo led 33-10 at halftime.
“Reece Wallace, for them, was pretty amazing,” Logger coach Dennis Bower said. “He put on a show. We had trouble finding him and keeping him in front, and he’s a good little player.”
Fano Arceo-Hansen and Carmen Robles each added 10 for Toledo, while Matt Swett led Onalaska with 11 points.
The Loggers, though, turned the ball over 25 times.
“Their athleticism and speed just really bothered us,” Bower said. “We couldn’t handle the pressure, and there was a lot of direct turnovers-to-scores.”
Freshman Ashton Haight, Bower added, played well, with 8 points and just two turnovers.
Onalaska (5-9, 3-7 league) plays at Kalama on Friday in the second game of a coed twinbill. The first game, however, will be the Chinook girls hosting Morton-White Pass in a makeup game.
Toledo (10-4, 7-3 league) hosts Rainier on Friday.

Kalama Edges MWP 42-38
RANDLE — Morton-White Pass fell behind in the second half and could never regain the lead in a 42-38 loss to Kalama in C2BL boys hoops action.
Matt Poquette scored 14 points with 11 rebounds, and Rylan Collette added 13 for the Timberwolves.
Twenty-five turnovers, according to MWP coach Tony Gillispie, were a big factor in the loss.
“They were basically ones that should have never happened,” Gillispie said. “We did it to ourselves. Just too many turnovers, giving the other team way too many chances.”
Blake Stemkoski led Kalama with 18 points. The Chinooks held MWP to 7 points in the third quarter to pull ahead, and stayed in the lead the rest of the way.
Morton-White Pass (7-5, 4-4 league) plays at Toutle Lake on Friday.

Napavine Routs Wahkiakum
NAPAVINE — Wyatt Stanley scored 21 points and grabbed 19 rebounds to pace Napavine to a 71-42 win over Wahkiakum in Central 2B League basketball here on Wednesday.
Jordan Purvis was the other Tiger in double figures with 11 points. Hank Ferguson scored 13 points and Zach Brown added 10 points for the Mules
Napavine outshot the Mules, 47 percent against 28 percent, and won the rebounding battle 46-28. The Tigers led 37-23 at halftime.
“It was kind of an ugly game. We played better the second half,” Napavine coach Rex Stanley said. “We got off to a sluggish start, but we got better as it went.”
Stanley added that Noah Lantz and Isaac Subitch both played well in the win.
Napavine (12-0, 9-0 league) hits the road to face Mossyrock on Friday in a league matchup.

Rainier Comes Back to Defeat Mossyrock
RAINIER — Rainier’s Devan Stancil scored 22 points, including 13 in the fourth quarter, to lead a comeback as the Mountaineers topped Mossyrock 64-56 in Central 2B League basketball here Wednesday.
Lucas Johnson led the Vikings with 15 points, and Justin Gootgeld and Jovani Mendoza each added 11. Keaton Carlson scored 17 and Wyatt Coleman added 10 points for Rainier.
Mossyrock led 33-28 lead at halftime, due to Johnson’s 13 first-half points.
“First half, we did a really good job on pounding the ball inside to Johnson,” Mossyrock coach Kelly Ross said. “We were aggressive on the glass, forced them to take tough shots, and we took care of the ball pretty much.”
In the third quarter, Rainier began the comeback and entered the fourth with a 1-point lead. Mossyrock couldn’t find an answer in the fourth.
“In the second half, they made a good adjustment and made it happen,” Ross said. “We had good looks, but weren’t necessarily ready to shoot. It opened things up on the outside, but we were still with the mindset we wanted to get the ball inside and it didn’t allow us to shoot in rhythm.”
Mossyrock (4-8, 2-7 league) plays a Central 2B League back-to-back on Friday and Saturday. The Vikings host Napavine on Friday and face Morton-White Pass on Saturday.

At Adna
PIRATES 75, CARDINALS 62
Adna 13 17 23 22 —75
Winlock 10 16 16 20 —62
Adna (75) — Rigdon 20, Young 12, Weed 12, Metzenberg 4, Davis 10, Apperson 11, Ashley 5
FG: 25 of 55 —.454 FT: 16 of 28 —.571 Reb: 34 (Rigdon 12)
Winlock (62) — Whitehead 13, Dean 24, Miller 2, Patching 3, Weinert 8, Hall 12
FG: 23 of 54 —.425 FT: 8 of 18 —.444 Reb: 27

At Onalaska
INDIANS 53, LOGGERS 30
Toledo 15 18 11 9 —53
Onalaska 6 4 10 10 —30
Toledo (53) — Wood, B. Marcil, Hansen 10, D. Marcil 5, J. Wallace 2, R. Wallace 20, Robles 10, Farbo 2, Fuentes 2, Malunat, W. Wallace 2
FG: N/A FT: 4 of 7 —.571 Reb. N/A
Onalaska (30) — Haight 8, C. Lawrence, Wallace, Frazier 1, Graham, Swett 11, Covey 2, Cooper, Wells 8, T. Lawrence, Huffman, Beck
FG: N/A FT: 1 of 5 —.200 Reb. N/A

At Randle
CHINOOKS 42, TIMBERWOLVES 38
Kalama 3 11 14 14 —42
Morton-WP 8 11 7 12 —38
Kalama (42) — Stemkoski 18, O’Neil 6, Walker 4, Gerega 9, Wood 5
FG: 16 of 57 —.280 FT: 4 of 9 —.444 Reb. 25 (Gerega 9)
Morton-White Pass (38) — Rashoff 4, Collette 13, Poquette 14, Lewis 1, Storey 6
FG: 15 of 36 —.416 FT: 7 of 17 —.411 Reb. 37 (Poquette 11, Collette 9)

At Napavine
TIGERS 71, MULES 42
Wahkiakum 5 18 11 8 — 42
Napavine 16 21 20 14 — 71
Wahkiakum (42) — Brown 10, Anderson 3, Ferguson 13, Quigley 5, Beery 5, Wright 3, Bart 3
FG: 16 of 57 — .280 FT: 3 of 8 — .375 Rebs. 28 (Brown 7)
Napavine — Subitch 4, Van Wyck 2, D. Stanley 4, W. Stanley 21, P. Stanley 7, Purvis 11, Lantz 6, Filley 8, Kinswa 6, Harris 2
FG: 31 of 65 — .476 FT: 4 of 4 — 1.00 Rebs. 46 (W. Stanley 19)

At Rainier
MOUNTAINEERS 64, VIKINGS 56
Mossyrock 14 19 11 12 — 56
Rainier 11 17 17 19 — 64
Mossyrock (56) — J. Gootgeld 11, Mendoza 11, E. Gootgeld 4, Johnson 15, Clevenger 9, Lamotte 6
FG: 25 of 60 — .416 FT: 3 of 8 — .375 Rebs. 26 (J. Gootgeld 7)
Rainier (64) — De. Stancil 22, Beadle 9, Carlson 17, H. Coleman 2, W. Coleman 10, Honaker 4
FG: 26 of 55 — .472 FT: 3 of 12 — .250 Rebs. 27

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