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Saturday’s Girls Basketball: Pirates Run Away in Second Half to Beat Valley

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

Pirates Run Away in Second Half to Beat Valley

MENLO — Adna turned a one-point halftime lead into a 45-26 win here Saturday against the host Vikings in Willapa Valley’s Jack Q. Pearson Holiday Tournament.

The Lady Pirates led 18-17 at the break, but outscored Valley 15-2 in the third quarter to take control.

Karlee Von Moos led Adna with 11 points and eight rebounds.

“Our bench was the key in the second half,” Adna coach Chris Bannish said. “Von Moos and Summer White played really well.”

Payton Aselton added seven points, six steals and four rebounds for Adna. 

Olivia Betrozoff led Willapa Valley with nine points.

Adna (8-0) plays at Toutle Lake on Tuesday to open Central 2B League play.

 

Toledo Sinks Fishermen, 45-29

TOLEDO — Three Indians hit double figures, and Toledo put away Ilwaco 45-29 here Friday in non-league girls hoops action.

Kal Schaplow scored 11 points with eight rebounds, Stacie Spahr scored 10 with 11 boards, and Marina Smith added 10 points for the winners.

Toledo coach Brian Layton praised his team’s defensive work, particularly on Ilwaco’s high-scoring guard Erika Glenn, who was limited to four points.

“We played good help D,” Layton said. “We had (Alejandra) Cadarso, Schaplow, and Greenlee Clark all take turns defending her, and they all did a good job.”

Toledo trailed 18-15 at halftime, but pulled away after the break and outscored Ilwaco 18-4 in the fourth.

“We kind of got in a groove in that third and fourth quarter and found our offensive rhythm,” Layton said.

Gracie Madill added six assists for Toledo. Estella Sheldon led Ilwaco with 12 points.

Toledo (7-1) hosts Yakama Tribal on Monday.

 

Castle Rock Holds Off MWP

CASTLE ROCK — The Timberwolves fell behind early and couldn’t rally in the second half, falling to Castle Rock 52-42 here Saturday in non-league girls hoops action.

Shaylee Peters led MWP with 12 points, but the Rockets scored 22 in the third quarter to lead 46-28. Mackenzie Mays chipped in six for the Timberwolves.

Payton Kessler led Castle Rock with 19 points.

Morton-White Pass (1-8) plays at Napavine on Monday.

 

Mossyrock Stays Unbeaten With Win at Pe Ell

PE ELL — Mossyrock hit the halfway point in the season with a still-flawless record here Saturday, beating Pe Ell 58-29 in the Pe Ell Christmas Tournament to improve to 10-0.

Payton Torrey scored 18 for the Vikings and Hailey Brooks added 12.

Mossyrock led 26-8 after a quarter and held Pe Ell to 11 of 37 shooting.

“Our defense is getting better and better every game,” Mossyrock coach Autumn Moorcroft said. “The aggressiveness is fun to watch, creating lots of turnovers.”

Caelyn Marshall and Jenny Brockway each added three steals. Andee Nelson chipped in with nine points and three assists.

Charlie Carper led Pe Ell with 13 points, but too many turnovers limited the Trojans’ offensive chances.

“We identified some things we need to work on in practice,” Pe Ell coach Randy Driver said. “Foremost would be taking care of the ball.”

Mossyrock (10-0) plays at Kalama on Jan. 3. Pe Ell (3-5) hosts South Bend on the same night.

Note: Onalaska beat South Bend, 64-25, in the other girls game of the Pe Ell Christmas Tournament on Saturday.

 

Undefeated Seagulls Top Napavine

NAPAVINE — Raymond got 22 points for Kyra Gardner and pulled away from Napavine in the middle quarters for a 63-33 non-league girls hoops win here Friday.

Gardner added 10 rebounds, and Izzy Silvernail scored 20 and hit 4 of 5 from long range to lead Raymond.

Rae Sisson scored eight for Napavine with five rebounds. Natalya Marcial added seven points and five rebounds.

Raymond forced 28 Tiger turnovers, and Gardner added seven steals.

“I thought, defensively, Rae Sisson and Makensee Taliaferro mad (Gardner) work hard for her 22,” Napavine coach Shane Schutz said. 

Napavine (2-5) hosts Morton-White Pass on Monday at 6:30 p.m.

 

At Menlo

PIRATES 45, VIKINGS 26

Adna          7 11 15 12 —45

Willapa Vly. 9 8 2 7 —26

Adna (45) — White 4, Sliva 2, Todd 7, Pannette 6, Wellander 2, Aselton 7, Von Moos 11, Meister 6 

FG: 16 of 47 —.341 FT: 11 of 17 —.648 Reb. 32 (Von Moos 8)

Willapa Valley (26) — Atkins 2, Patrick 7, Swartz 4, Betrozoff 9, Amacher 2, Huber 2

FG: 12 of 42 —.286 FT: 1 of 5 —.200 Reb. N/A

 

At Toledo

INDIANS 45, FISHERMEN 29

Ilwaco   9 9 7 4 —29

Toledo 10 5 12 18 —45

Ilwaco (29) — Wheldon 3, Glenn 4, Sheldon 12, Kemmer 2, McKinstry 2, Jacobson, Gray 6

FG: 11 of 48 —.229 FT: 4 of 4 —1.000 Reb. 19

Toledo (45) — Holmes 1, Madill 4, Cadarso 5, Clark 4, Smith 10, Schaplow 11, Spahr 10

FG: 18 of 49 —.367 FT: 7 of 15 —.467 Reb. 30 (Spahr 11, Schaplow 8)

 

At Castle Rock

ROCKETS 52, TIMBERWOLVES 42

Morton-WP    8 13 7 14 —42

Castle Rock 16 8 22 6 —52

Morton-White Pass (42) — O’Rourke 5, Hughes 2, Peters 12, Ingalsbe 5, Bishop 2, Hampton 3, Kelly 5, Lindh 2, Mays 6

FG: 19 of 48 —.396 FT: 3 of 10 —.300 Reb. N/A

Castle Rock (52) — Ogden 2, Sibbett 6, Frost 6, Anderson 7, Kessler 19, Perdue 6, Pelletier 6

FG: N/A FT: N/A Reb. N/A

 

At Pe Ell

VIKINGS 58, TROJANS 29

Mossyrock 26 15 13 4 —58

Pe Ell         8 6 8 7 —29

Mossyrock (58) — Mulligan 3, Torrey 18, Vigre 5, Nelson 9, Marshall 6, Hadaller 1, Brockway 4, Brooks 12

FG: 21 of 54 —.389 FT: 13 of 19 —.684 Reb. 25

Pe Ell (29) — Mason 4, Carper 13, Hill 5, Ward 2, Krafczyk 1, Bush 2, Peterson 2

FG: 11 of 37 —.297 FT: 7 of 11 —.626 Reb. 21

At Napavine

SEAGULLS 63, TIGERS 33

Raymond 16 15 17 15 —63

Napavine 12 3 5 13 —33

Raymond (63) — I. Silvernail 20, Gardner 22, Silva 2, Miller 6, Swogger 2, Enlow 1, Stigar 3, McVey 2, Busenius 2, M. Silvernail 3

FG: 20 of 47 —.426 FT: 16 of 28 —.571 Reb. 34 (Gardner 10)

Napavine (33) — Stewart 2, Beeson 4, Sisson 8, Fagerness 2, Marcial 7, O’Neill 4, Taliaferro 2, Segers 4

FG: 14 of 52 —.269 FT: 2 of 6 —.334 Reb. 30 (Marcial, Stewart, Sisson 5)

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