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Saturday’s Girls Basketball: Adna Uses Big Third Quarter to Defeat Mount Vernon Christian

By The Chronicle

ADNA — The Pirates struggled on offense but were able to score 17 points in the third quarter to defeat Mount Vernon Christian 37-21 in a non-league girls basketball game here on Saturday.

Payton Aselton scored 16 points to lead Adna and Makaela Meister grabbed 12 rebounds.

Emma Droog had eight points and Josie Droog scored seven points for the Hurricanes.

Adna was 14 of 56 from the field but played solid defense and limited Mount Vernon Christian to 7 of 23 shooting.

“Defensively, we played as good as we could in the second half. The first half, we were in foul trouble. We defended as well as we could,” Adna coach Chris Bannish said. “Offensively in the first half, it tells the tale. It was that ugly. We turned them over, 16, 17 times and didn’t convert on those things. We were stagnant in the first half. The third quarter, we played how we’re capable of playing.”

Adna (4-0) hits the road to face Rainier on Wednesday in a non-league game.

Napavine Struggles in Loss to White Swan

NAPAVINE — The Tigers struggled on offense and White Swan took full advantage in a 60-29 win in a non-league girls basketball game here on Saturday.

Napavine’s Marissa Segers had seven points and eight rebounds. Chloe Stewart and Natalya Marcial each scored six points.

White Swan’s Haley Bass led all scorers with 14 points.

The Tigers shot just 20 percent from the field while White Swan converted 37 percent of their field goals.

White Swan won the first half 30-18 and kept it going in the second half, winning 30-11.

Napavine (1-4) is back in action on Saturday at 9 a.m. against Rainier Christian at St. Martins University.

Bearcat Comeback Falls Short Against Roughriders

PORT ANGELES — W.F. West scored zero points in the first quarter but almost dug themselves out of the hole in a 47-44 loss to Port Angeles in a non-league girls basketball game here on Saturday.

Drea Brumfield led the Bearcats with 14 points. Annika Waring added nine points and Taya McCallum chipped in eight points.

Eve Burke had 17 points to lead Port Angeles and Emilia Long scored 14 points.

W.F. West couldn’t make a bucket in the first quarter and was down 12-0 after one frame. They bounced back with 20 points in the second quarter to be down just 21-20 at halftime.

The Bearcats lost the third quarter and didn’t have quite enough left in the tank to come from behind.

“The first quarter, that’s definitely not how we planned on starting. We got looks, probably had five or six attempts that we usually make. They didn’t fall in the start but the second quarter was awesome,” W.F. West coach Kyle Karnofski said. “We went back to playing Bearcat basketball and were down one at the half, right in it. We had a great stretch into the fourth, and were up three with 3:46 to go. A couple of turnovers in a row and they got transition points. We didn’t make as many plays and had the opportunity, just didn’t come out on the right end of it.”

W.F. West (2-2) hosts R.A. Long on Monday and Elma on Tuesday.

Ducks Swim Past Timberwolves

MORTON — The Timberwolves struggled shooting and the Ducks took advantage in a 51-23 win in a non-league boys basketball game here on Saturday.

Morton-White Pass’ Chloe Short tallied 10 points and Shaylee Peters had five points.

The T-Wolves shot just 9 of 25 from the field while Toutle Lake converted 19 of 46 shots.

MWP (1-5) plays Winlock at 5:45 p.m. in the Egg City on Wednesday.

Loggers Chop Down Beavers

TENINO — Carmen Cleveland-Barrera tallied 20 points to lead Onalaska to a 53-43 win against Tenino in a non-league girls basketball game here on Saturday.

Callie Lawrence tallied 10 points and Eryn Duryea chipped in nine points for the Loggers.

Tenino’s Alivia Hunter had 16 points and Abby Severse recorded 13 points.

Onalaska shot 21 of 70 from the field while Tenino was 14 of 66 shooting. Onalaska won the rebounding battle, 52-40, and Tenino coach Scott Ashmore noted the Loggers outworked the Beavers with offensive rebounds and putbacks.

“Carmen (Cleveland-Barrera) was tough inside against us. (Ashley) Schow got in foul trouble in the first half and (Alivia) Hunter got in foul trouble,” Ashmore said. “We took a lot of shots. We’re still trying to learn and find our identity about how we want to score. We took too many early shots where Ony didn’t have to play defense and they just outworked us.”

Onalaska led 17-10 after one quarter and held the Beavers to four points in the second quarter to lead 31-14 at halftime. Tenino won the second half, 29-22.

Onalaska (2-2) hosts Hoquiam on Tuesday while Tenino (0-4) travels to Centralia on Wednesday.

At Adna

PIRATES 37, HURRICANES 21

Mt. Vernon 2 7 7 5 —21

Adna 7 5 17 8 —37

Mt. Vernon Christian (21) — Faber 5, J. Droog 7, Russell 1, E. Droog 8

FG: 7 of 23 —.304 FT: 6 of 10 —.600 Reb: N/A

Adna (37) — Sliva 3, Todd 6, Pannette 3, Wellander 4, Aselton 16, VonMoos 2, Meister 3

FG: 14 of 56 —.250 FT: 6 of 7 —.857 Reb: 29 (Meister 12)

At Napavine

COUGARS 60, TIGERS 29

White Swan 17 13 12 18 —60

Napavine 9 9 6 5 —29

White Swan (60) — Sampson 9, Andrews-Ike 7, Castilleja 8, Pineda 6, Jackson 5, Bass 14, Scabbyrobe 4, Van Pelt 7

FG: 22 of 58 —.379 FT: 14 of 22 —.636 Reb: 38

Napavine (29) — Stewart 6, Sisson 4, Marcial 6, Beeson 4, Taliaferro 2, Segers 7

FG: 10 of 50 —.200 FT: 9 of 14 —.643 Reb: 36 (Segers 8)

At Port Angeles

ROUGHRIDERS 47, BEARCATS 44

W.F. West 0 20 9 15 —44

Port Angeles 12 9 13 13 —47

W.F. West (44) — Vadala 3, Roberts, Brumfield 14, Ma. Mencke 7, K. McCallum, Waring 9, Henry 3, T. McCallum 8

FG: N/A FT: 6 of 8 —.750 Reb: N/A

Port Angeles (47) — Brady 3, Long 14, Larson 5, Burke 17, Wood 8

FG: FT: 7 of 12 —.583 Reb: N/A

At Morton

DUCKS 51, T-WOLVES 23

Toutle Lake X X X X —51

Morton-WP X X X X —23

Toutle Lake — N/A

FG: 19 of 46 —.413 FT: 9 of 15 —.600 Reb: N/A

Morton-White Pass (23) — Short 10, Peters 6, O’Rourke 5, Linder 2

FG: 9 of 45 —.200 FT: 3 of 7 —.428 Reb: N/A

At Tenino

LOGGERS 53, BEAVERS 43

Onalaska 17 14 11 11 —53

Tenino 10 4 12 17 —43

Onalaska (53) — Naillon 6, Duryea 9, Russ 2, Lawrence 10, Sandridge 3, A. Cleveland-Barrera 3, C. Cleveland-Barrera 20

FG: 21 of 70 —.300 FT: 6 of 14 —.428 Reb: 52

Tenino (43) — Vestal 6, Letts 5, Severse 13, Schow 3, Hunter 16

FG: 14 of 66 —.212 FT: 13 of 19 —.684 Reb: 40

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