Olivia Sprague scored 30 points with seven assists and four steals in the Tigers’ 90-39 home win over Knappa Tuesday night.
Freshman Shelby Blodgett scored 23 points with 14 rebounds, five steals and a block. The Tigers’ 55 points in the first half, with 34 in the opening frame, are a season-high and the team will look to build on their success when they face an Australia traveling team on Friday evening.
Clatskanie is 2-0 now, with two more nonleague games before league play begins.
Kelso 44, Ridgefield 12: Jordyn Dole tallied 14 points, Alexis Kleven chipped in 10 and the Lassies steamrolled the Spudders at home on Tuesday night. Turner Joy led the defensive effort while chipping in four points.
Three Rivers Christian 48, Portland Waldorf 20: Bailee Williams-Wallace scored 28 points with 13 rebounds, five blocks and two steals in the Eagles win Tuesday evening. Ally Stoner added five points with five rebounds and six steals.
Mark Morris 67, Skyview 59: The Monarchs rallied in the second and third quarter to take home a win over Class 4A Skyview Tuesday night. Madison Mosier scored 19 while Alexis Troy added 13. “It’s huge. The last two years we’ve lost by 80 points to them,” coach Sean Atkins said.
La Center 76, Toutle Lake 17: Toutle Lake dropped their nonleague home game against La Center Tuesday, with freshman Casey Wentz scoring seven points and Molly Donald adding four points.
Ilwaco 59, Chief Leschi 10: The Fishermen set the hook on Chief Leschi early, with Eliza Bannister scoring 18 points and Erika Glenn scoring 16 in the Pacific 2B League road win Tuesday. Ilwaco is now 3-0, having beat all opponents by 12 or better this season.
R.A. Long 53, Fort Vancouver 19: No other information was reported.
Naselle at Warrenton: No score was reported from the Comets’ road trip to Warrenton.
Yelm Girls’ Invite: Kelso’s Makenna Vegh captured first place in the 155-pound weight class on Saturday, while 100-pounder LaNae Garcia finished third and 140-pounder Makayla Roggow finished fifth.
“Third quarter alone, she hit four 3s.” Mark Morris coach Sean Atkins on -Madison Mosier’s 19-point performance in a 67-59 win over Skyview.