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Monday’s Girls Basketball: Balanced Tigers Run Past Morton-White Pass

Balanced Tigers Run Past Morton-White Pass

NAPAVINE — Napavine had 10 different players score here Monday, putting away Morton-White Pass 56-28 in non-league girls basketball action.

Rae Sisson led Napavine with 12 points, and the Tigers led 14-3 after a quarter and 29-10 by halftime.

“The girls played hard today,” Napavine coach Shane Schutz said. “There was a lot of hustle, and good defense led to offensive production.”

The Tigers hit 6 of 12 from long range, with Sisson and Natalya Marcial each hitting 2 of 4. Marcial finished with 10 points.

Keira O’Neill added 13 rebounds for Napavine.

Shaylee Peters scored 14 points with 15 rebounds to pace MWP.

Napavine (3-5) plays at Winlock on Thursday. Morton-White Pass (1-9) plays at Onalaska on Saturday.

 

Schaplow Scores 29 as Toledo Beat Yakama Tribal

TOLEDO — Kal Schaplow poured in 29 points and Toledo crushed Yakama Tribal, 63-40, here Monday in non-league girls basketball action.

Stacie Spahr addd 17 points and 17 rebounds for the Indians (8-1), who trailed 14-10 after a quarter but outscored the Eagles 42-12 over the next two frames.

“We picked up our defense in the second quarter and we really got out and ran and moved the ball well,” Toledo coach Brian Layton said. “We did a good job of not giving up any offensive rebounds.”

Jada Luilamaga led Yakama Tribal with 12 points.

Marina Smith added eight points, six rebounds, four assists and four steals for Toledo. Schaplow added four assists, helping Toledo to a total of 20.

Haleigh Holmes and Alejandra Cadarso each grabbed six rebounds for the Indians. Toledo hosts Winlock on Tuesday.

 

Tigers Fall to Eagles During Holiday Tournament

VANCOUVER — The Tigers started rough, scoring just three points during the first quarter, here Saturday in a 65-25 loss to Hudson’s Bay at Evergreen High School

“We were getting a lot of hard looks,” said Tiger coach Doug Ashmore. “They were big and long so it was tough for us scoring tonight.”

Kylie Sharp led the Tigers with 11 points. Carissa Kaut scored 8 points and added nine rebounds. 

“Sharp and Kaut have been very steady,” noted Ashmore. “It’s been good seeing them run the court during this tournament.”

Centralia (3-7) plays at Rochester on Jan. 8.

 

At Napavine

TIGERS 56, TIMBERWOLVES 28

Morton-WP 3 7 9 9 —28

Napavine 14 15 17 10 —56

Morton-White Pass (28) — Peters 14, Hampton 5, Mays 2, O’Rourke 3, Short 4

FG: 12 of 47 —.255 FT: 4 of 19 —.211 Reb. 40 (Peters 15)

Napavine (56) — Stewart 8, Beeson 3, Sisson 12, Fagerness 4, Marcial 10, Becerra 4, O’Neill 2, Wats 2, Taliaferro 2, Gall 9

FG: 19 of 62 —.306 FT: 12 of 25 —.480 Reb. 40 (O’Neill 13)

 

At Toledo

INDIANS 63, EAGLES 40

Yakama Tr. 14 6 6 14 —40

Toledo       10 20 22 11 —63

Yakama Tribal (40) — Mills 1, Sydrah Eagleheart 8, Lowe 4, Saneah Eagleheart 7, Eyle, Dawes 4, Liulamaga 12, Supra 4

FG: 16 of 65 —.246 FT: 6 of 12 —.500 Reb. 13

Toledo (63) — G. Madill 2, Cline-Maier 2, Tauscher 3, Clark 2, Smith 8, Schaplow 29, Spahr 17

FG: 26 of 65 —.400 FT: 8 of 14 —.571 Reb. 40 (Spahr 17)

 

Saturday’s Results

Girls Basketball

At Vancouver

EAGLES 65, TIGERS  25

Hudson’s Bay 15 18 17 15 —65

Centralia          3 11 6 5 —25

Hudson Bay’s (65) — Ballard 10, Martin 35, Powell 18, Mckaela 2

FG: 26 of 60 —.433 FT: 7 of 10 —.700

Centralia (25) — Hawley 1, Wu 2, Sharp 11, Kaut 8, Corwin 3

FG: 9 of 35 —.257 FT: 2 of 14 —.143 Reb: 19 (Kaut Reb: 9)

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