For 24 minutes on Wednesday night, Kelso’s girls’ basketball team held Centralia’s talented post Ellie Corwin to six points.
Averaging 25 points per game, Corwin eventually broke through and scored seven points as the Tigers pushed Kelso to overtime. But that’s where Centralia’s fun ended.
Kelso shut out Corwin and the entire Tigers’ squad in overtime to win 48-37 in nonleague road play. The game was tied 37-37 at the end of regulation and Kelso led 17-14 at the half.
Alexis Kleven scored 19 points, including 13 in the second half, and Jordyn Dole tallied 11 points for the Lassies, who move to 3-0.
Woodland 82, Castle Rock 20: The Beavers scored 30 first-quarter points and Nicole Guthrie tallied 26 points and 12 rebounds in the nonleague win. Payten Foster added 20 points and eight steals, while Dana Glovick and McKenna Flanagan each scored 10 points for Woodland. Castle Rock’s Logann Golden had four points and eight rebounds.
Wahkiakum 71, Winlock 9: Macie Elliott finished with 21 points, Mckensi Fluckiger had nine points, nine rebounds, six assists and six steals and the Mules rolled to the Central 2B League victory. Paige Mace also kicked in 10 points and Ellie Leitz added nine points and six rebounds. Cheleena Squibb tallied five points and 13 rebounds for the Cardinals.
Toledo 43, Mossyrock 33: Anna Tauscher scored 11 points, Kal Schaplow added 10 and the Indians started off Central 2B League play with a victory. “I thought, in the first half, we really pushed the ball well,” first-year Indians coach Brian Layton said.
R.A. Long 53, Fort Vancouver 19: Eastyn Reeves tallied 16 points and six assists and freshman Bobbi Clark broke out for 15 points in a nonleague win on Tuesday. Rayana Randall added seven points.
Woodland 73, Elma 25: Alex Bishop tallied 15, Palmer Dinehart had 12 and Tyler Flangan added 11 in a beatdown of Elma in nonleague play on the road Wednesday. The Beavers face W.F. West at home on Friday.
W.F. West 44, Castle Rock 26: Wayne Baker (160 pounds), Peyton Watts (182) and Stephen Todd (220) all earned pins in the nonleague dual meet on Wednesday. Nathan Halladay (195) and Jeran Keogh (132) got wins by major decisions.
Evergreen 1519, Mark Morris 1471: Brooklyn Boudreau bowled a 367 while Cinthia Ramirez had a 296 in Mark Morris’ loss to the Plainsmen at Big Al’s Wednesday night.
“I hope everybody does that well on their card night.” Woodland coach Glen Flanagan on Nicole Guthrie’s 26 points and 12 rebounds in an 82-20 win over Castle Rock, that happened to coincide with the sophomore’s “Sports Card Night,” in which fans were handed out a sports card of Guthrie.