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Saturday’s Boys Basketball: Comets Shoot Down Winlock in Pearson Tourney

Winlock’s Bryce Cline drives upcourt against Naselle on Saturday at Willapa Valley High School.

Comets Shoot Down Winlock in Pearson Tourney

MENLO — The Comets were more efficient from the field and more productive from the foul line here Saturday, topping Winlock 61-48 in Jack Q. Pearson Holiday Classic boys hoops action at Willapa Valley High School.

Kolby Glenn scored 22 points to lead Naselle, which hit 20 of 42 from the field in the win. The Comets also went 15 of 24 at the foul line, whereas Winlock was just 4 of 10 at the stripe.

Ethan Lindstrom added 17 for Naselle.

Bryce Cline led Winlock with 20 points and eight rebounds, but no other Cardinal managed double-digits in the loss. Coleson Richendollar added eight boards.

Winlock (6-2) faces Morton-White Pass in Randle on Friday to open Central 2B League play.

Images from Adna’s non-league boys basketball game at Willapa Valley on Dec. 28, 2019.

Willapa Valley Edges Pirates in Jack Q. Pearson Finale

MENLO — The Pirates had a late lead, but couldn’t hold on here Saturday against the Jack Q. Paerson Holiday Classic hosts in a 46-40 loss.

The Vikings rallied from a five-point deficit midway through the fourth quarter to pull out the win, improving to 6-2 on the season.

Adna coach Luke Salme, however, was happy with his team’s work.

“I’m incredibly proud of our kids’ effort,” he said. “That was as hard as we’ve played for four quarters all year. We played our butts off.”

Braden Thomas led Adna with 20 points, and Salme noted Cole Fay and Trevor Minkoff both played well defensively.

“We just didn’t get a couple bounces that we could have gotten late,” Salme said. “But things are headed in the right direction.”

Tyler Adkins led Pe Ell with 15 points. Logan Walker scored 13, and Carter Pearson chipped in 10.

Willapa Valley led 27-20 at halftime.

Adna (4-5) plays at Onalaska on Jan. 3 to open Central 2B League play.

Seton Catholic Slips Past Bearcats Late

YAKIMA — W.F. West couldn’t quite get past Seton Catholic here Saturday, falling 76-74 on Day 2 of the SunDome Shootout boys basketball tournament.

Seton Catholic converted 12 of 17 foul shots in the fourth quarter, and scored its last 11 points at the foul line to hold on for a win. The Bearcats had trailed 61-51 going into the fourth.

Carter McCoy led W.F. West with 20 points and Kayden Kelly chipped in 15. Easton Guerrero added 11.

Kellen Ball and Gabe Anderson each scored 16 for Seton Catholic (5-4), with Xavian Rushing adding 15. The Cougars were 18 of 26 from the foul line in the win.

W.F. West (5-3) plays at Olympic on Saturday. The Bearcats open Evergreen 2A Conference play at Black Hills on Tuesday, Jan. 4.

 

Jurek, Trojans Drop Mossyrock 61-50

PE ELL — The Trojans wrapped up the Pe Ell Christmas Tournament with a win here Saturday, topping Mossyrock 61-50 in non-league boys hoops action.

Kollin Jurek scored 19 points for Pe Ell on 8 of 14 shooting, and went 3 of 4 from behind the arc.

“He played really well,” Pe Ell coach Clape Lusk said. “He kind of took a step up tonight.”

Max Smith added 11 points, with 11 rebounds, six steals and five assists, for Pe Ell.

The Trojans led 40-23 at halftime, and shot 48 percent (26 of 54) from the field.

Jeremiah Yost added 13 points and eight rebounds for Pe Ell.

Gunnar Mulligan led Mossyrock with 13 points.

Pe Ell (2-6) plays at South Bend on Thursday, Jan. 2. Mossyrock (2-4) hosts Kalama on the same night.

 

Woodland Runs Past MWP 59-40

KITTITAS — Woodland pulled away in the middle quarters, outscoring Morton-White Pass 38-19 and wrapping up the Kittitas Holiday HS Basketball Tournament with a 59-40 non-league boys hoops win.

Isaiah Flanagan and Trey Hanson each scored 21 for the Beavers.

Morton-White Pass got 10 points from Elliott Smith, who added a team-high eight rebounds. Hayden Young chipped in nine points, and Leyton Collette collected seven rebounds.

Morton-White Pass (4-5) hosts Winlock in Randle on Friday, Jan. 3.

 

Fishermen Overpower Toledo

TOLEDO — Duke Schaplow scored 22 points, but that was about all the offense Toledo could find here Saturday night during a 52-38 loss to Ilwaco in non-league boys basketball action.

The Fishermen scored 18 points in the fourth quarter to pull away, though four straight turnovers by Toledo late in the game spoiled what had been only a four-point deficit.

“We didn’t help ourselves out,” Toledo coach Grady Fallon said. “Schaplow had a great night. Unfortunately nobody else could hit the broad side of a barn.”

The Indians went just 1 of 18 from long range, and were without guard Carlo Arceo-Hansen.

Daniel Whiting led Ilwaco with 11 points. Calvin Baze added 10.

Toledo (2-6) plays at Rainier on Friday to start Central 2B League play.

 

Beavers Hold Off Raymond 50-45

TENINO — Logan Brewer scored 18 points and Tenino stayed just ahead of Raymond here Saturday in a 50-45 non-league boys hoops win.

“It went all the way down the stretch,” Tenino coach Joe Chirhart said. “Our post play kind of got us through tonight. They have some tough guards.”

Chief among those tough guards was Trey Seydel, who scored 19 of his game-high 25 points in the second half.

Tenino, though, got 15 points and 11 rebounds from Takari Hickle inside, and 13 points and a solid defensive effort from Nick Beckford.

“We tried to stick to our game plan of maybe feeding the post a little bit,” Chirhart said, “and it ended up coming out in our favor.”

Tenino (4-4) plays at Rainier in a non-league game on Monday.

 

At Menlo

COMETS 61, CARDINALS 48

Winlock 9 18 14 7 —48

Naselle 7 19 18 17 —61

Winlock (48) — Tiemens 4, Cline 20, Welch 2, Richendollar 2, Patching 5, Swofford 6, Suhrbier 8, Gonzalez 2

FG: 20 of 54 —.370 FT: 4 of 10 —.400 Reb. 26 (Cline, Richendollar 8)

Naselle (61) — Ca. Haatala 1, Strange 5, Lindstrom 17, Glenn 22, Ch. Haatala 6, Wirkkala 3, Gregory 7

FG: 20 of 42 —.476 FT: 15 of 24 —.625 Reb. 27

 

At Menlo

VIKINGS 46, PIRATES 40

Valley 11 16 6 13 —46

Adna 10 10 7 13 —40

Willapa Valley (46) — Pearson 10, Walker 13, Adkins 15, Phansisay 2, Deniston 6

FG: 15 of 46 —.326 FT: 10 of 12 —.833 Reb. N/A

Adna (40) — Fay 3, Blankeniship Todd 4, Thomas 20, Collins 7, Minkoff 6

FG: 16 of 53 —.302 FT: 4 of 5 —.800 Reb. N/A

At Yakima

COUGARS 76, BEARCATS 74

W.F. West       18 17 16 23 —74

Seton Catholic 15 25 21 15 —76

W.F. West (74) — Kelly 15, McCoy 20, Haller 8, Guerrero 11, Taylor 6, Speck 12, Plakinger 3

FG: N/A FT: 13 of 19 —.684 Reb. N/A

Seton Catholic (76) — Ball 16, George 4, Pitzer 8, Anderson 16, Rushing 15, Olson 11, Cowger 6

FG: N/A FT: 18 of 26 —.692 Reb. N/A

 

At Pe Ell

TROJANS 61, VIKINGS 50

Mossyrock 14 9 8 19 —50

Pe Ell         21 19 10 11 —61

Mossyrock (50) — Mulligan 13, Weist 16, Kolb 6, Bellino 5, De Hoyos 3, Padrick 8

FG: 18 of 43 —.419 FT: 10 of 12 —.833 Reb. N/A

Pe Ell (61) — Krafczyk 2, Smith 11, Lee 3, Lusk, Jurek 19, McCalden 8, Bush 2, Yost 13, Miller 2, Marrs 

FG: 26 of 54 —.481 FT: 5 of 6 —.833 Reb. 37 (Smith 11)

 

At Kittitas

BEAVERS 59, TIMBERWOLVES 40

Morton-WP 13  8 11 8 —40

Woodland   13 16 22 8 —59

Morton-White Pass (40) — Kelly 6, L. Collette 7, Young 9, K. Collette 4, Smith 10, Salguero 4

FG: 17 of 41 —.415 FT: 4 of 6 —.667 Reb. 41 (Smith 8)

Woodland (59) — Hall 6, C. Logan 1, Flanagan 21, Burns 9, T. Logan 1, Hanson 21

FG: 23 of 56 —.411 FT: 7 of 9 —.778 Reb. 23 (Hall 5)

 

At Toledo

FISHERMEN 52, INDIANS 38

Ilwaco 9 16 9 18 —52

Toledo 4 8 17 9 —38

Ilwaco (52) — West 3, Whiting 11, Turner 6, Baze 10, Douglas 5, Kaech 5, Vinsonhaler 4, Nisbett 8

FG: 19 of 54 —.352 FT: 8 of 16 —.500 Reb. 38 

Toledo (38) — Bloomstrom 5, Soto 3, Cournyer 1, Gould 4, Schaplow 22, Sorenson 3

FG: 13 of 45 —.288 FT: 10 of 17 —.588 Reb. 29 (Gould, Soto 6)

 

At Tenino

BEAVERS 50, SEAGULLS 45

Raymond 8 13 17 7 —45

Tenino    10 16 13 11 —50

Raymond (45) — Seydel 25, Quintana 4, Villalpande 12, Phimmasone 4

FG: 19 of 51 —.373 FT: 3 of 5 —.600 Reb. N/A

Tenino (50) — Hart 2, Brewer 18, Beckford 13, Russell 2, Hickle 15

FG: 20 of 59 —.339 FT: 7 of 14 —.500 Reb. N/A

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