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After a long weekend of tournament play, here are all of the scores and stats from this past weekend’s 43 holiday basketball games.

GIRLS BASKETBALL THURSDAY

Hudson’s Bay 56, RA Long 35: The Lumberjills fell to the Eagles on Thursday in their holiday matchup.

RAL 9 6 8 12 — 35

HB 12 12 15 17 — 56

Centennial 31, Rainier 21: The Columbians took on the Eagles Thursday and fell 31-21.

FRIDAY

Mark Morris 56, Sprague 40: Mark Morris toppled Sprague 56-40 to take home the win Friday. The Monarchs traveled to Fort Vancouver for their holiday game.

Emma Fisher led the team with 12 points, all 2-pointers. Brooklyn Schlecht followed with nine, making one 3-pointer.

Erica Snyder put up eight on the board. Lily Koski-Haase and Katie Troy both added seven.

Jacie Rismoen threw for six points. Bella Merzoian helped with five points and Mariah Bost added a 2-point basket.

“We jumped on them early and never relinquished the lead,” said coach Sean Atkins. “(It was a) super balanced attack and on offense we did a nice job of knocking down our open looks.”

The Monarchs play Parkrose at 3:40 p.m. Saturday in the Ft. Vancouver tournament.

S 6 14 10 10 — 40

M 12 22 15 7 — 56

Adna 63, Naslle 19: The Comets fell to Adna Friday in their holiday game. Peyton Dalton made three points, two rebounds one assist and two steals.

Jackie Steenerson led with eight points. she also had eight rebounds and one assist.

Lauren Katyryniuk made two points and Kaylin Shrives had six points, three rebounds and one assist.

“Overall our girls just weren’t ready to play. We’re a young group. They dominated us,” coach Rose Nisbet said.

N 8 2 4 5 — 19

A 27 17 14 5 — 63

Prestonwood Christian 62, Kelso 48: The Lassies traveled to Texas on Friday for their holiday tournament. Despite the loss, Kelso will stay in the winners bracket and plays Saturday at 11:30 a.m.

Alexis Kleven led the team with 20 total points. Natalie Fraley followed up and put 10 points on the board.

Cooper Joy added nine points for the Lassies. Evermore Kaiser threw in six points and Mati Ohlson scored three.

Madison Harkins, KK Perez, Kaydence Mackin, Lexi Grumbois, and Josie Ahrens played but did not score.

K 15 19 7 7 — 48

P 6 13 19 24 — 62

RA Long 50, Evergreen 38: The Lumberjills brought home a win Friday after tackling Evergreen in their Hoops for the Holiday tournament.

Miranda Lomax took the lead in points for the Jills with 16 total. Bobbi Clark followed with 13. Kailey Sirnio came up with 10 points for the Jills.

Makayla Jenkins added seven. Myah Bodily and Jadyn Terry both put two on the board. Maddie McCoy, Maria sheldon and Jayla Clark all played but remained scoreless.

RAL;17;7;11;15;–;50

E;7;10;10;11;–;38

Willapa Valley 49, Toutle Lake 36: The Ducks fell on the road during their Xmas Tournament at Willapa Valley Friday.

TL;5;14;6;11;—;36

WV;11;17;11;10;—;49

Wahkiakum 48, Garfield 25: The Mules held on to their winning streak in their defeat of Garfield-Palouse Friday.

W;9;12;10;17;—;48

G;3;4;12;6;—;25

Woodland 53, Highland 24: The Beavers took home a win in their Friday game at the Kittitas Tournament.

SATURDAY

The Comets soared past Toutle Lake Saturday night. Kaylin Shrives made the team high of 15 points and had 11 rebounds, five steals and one assist. Jackie Steenerson put in 12 total points, seven rebounds, three steals and one assist for Naselle.

Bella Colombo threw in 11 points, three steals, three assists, and three rebounds for the Comets. Lauren Katyryniuk helped out with five. Grace Hunt and Peyton Dalton both shot two.Dalton also had four assists, two rebounds and six steals.

Echo Cenci and Haikey Lopez both played but stayed scoreless.

For Toutle Lake Jordyn Grabenhorst led with 10 points. Keeley Studebaker came up close with nine. Karlie Smith threw in six points.

Molly Donald helped out with five, Pride Alumbaugh put up two and Sophia Crane and Marissa Smith both had one. Sydney Hald played but did not score.

Naselle 49, Toutle Lake 34

N;17;14;6;12;—;49

TL;9;9;7;9;—;34

Castle Rock 52, Morton-White Pass 42: The Rockets edged past Morton-White Pass Saturday to improve on their 5-4 season.

Payton Kessler led the way with 19 total points. Ella Anderson kept up with nine. Rhiannon Sibbett, Averee Perdue and Veda Frost threw for a total of six each.

Grace Pelletier added four points to the board. Lori Ogden helped out with two. Zoey Snow and Gracie Kimball both played but did not score.

CR plays again Jan. 7 at 7 p.m.

CR;16;8;22;6;—;52

MWP;8;13;8;14;—;42

Woodinville 56, Kelso 35: Kelso traveled to California to play in Woodenville’s holiday tournament Saturday. The Lassies dropped to the Falcons 56-35.

Natalie Fraley powered through with 19 total points, sinking two 3-pointers. Cooper Joy helpe out by making two 3-pointers to end with eight points total.

KK Perez added four to the board. Alexis Kleven and Evermore Kaiser both threw in two points for the Lassies.

“(We had a) tough third quarter offensively but we were able to slow them down with very little fast break points throughout the game,” coach Jennifer Hamilton said.

Sunday the Lassies take on Eastwood of Ohio for fourth place.

W;11;21;16;8;—;56

K;8;12;2;13;—;35

Mark Morris 60, Parkrose 46: The Monarchs took on Parkrose in the Fort Vancouver holiday tournament Saturday night and came home with a 60-46 win.

Brooklyn Schlecht made 12 total points for the Monarchs, leading the team in points. Katie Troy followed closely with 11 and Emma Fisher made 10.

Bella Merzoian and Jacie Rismoen both put seven on the board. Mariah Bost and Erica Snyder added five and Madi Noel put in a 3-pointer.

“We started slow going 9-2 and then our defensive pressure picked up and we started turning them over at a good rate,” coach Sean Atkins said.

MM;16;13;22;9;—;60

P;10;6;11;19;—;46

Woodland 61, Cle Elum 41: The Beavers grabbed their second win in the Kittitas tournament Saturday. Kaily Christensen made 12 points and had siz assists to push Woodland towards the win. She also made four 3-pointers in the first half. Nicole Guthrie also made 12 points.

Kaija Olson helped with 11 points. Payten Foster made 10 for Woodland. Lucy George added eight points and had nine rebounds and five steals.

Kennedy Huesties put six points on the board.Sydney George made two.

W;18;12;19;12;—;61

C;5;11;5;20;—;41

RA Long 48, La Center 47: To close out their holiday play, the Lumberjills overpowered La Center by one single point to take the win. The Jills were behind the entire game but Kailey Sirnio sunk free throws in the last 20 seconds to topple the Wildcats. Sirnio had a game total of six points.

Mirando Lomax made 12 points. Bobbie Clark added nine. Myah Bodily threw in seven points. Makayla Jenkins had five, Jayla Clark made four, Maddie McCoy had three, and Jadyn Terry made two.

R.A. Long travels to Woodland at 7:30 Jan. 7 next.

RAL;9;15;11;12;—;48

LC;10;19;13;5;—;47

Toledo 45, Ilwaco 29: The Indians ran past the Fisherman Saturday evening during the conclusion of the holiday tournaments. Ilwaco kept it pretty close until the fourth quarter when Toledo pulled away.

The Indians had just a two point lead at the end of the third. Toledo put in 18 points in the fourth to secure their win.

Redmond 46, Rainier 45: The Columbians fell by one single point in their holiday match wrap up Saturday.

Colton 58, Wahkiakum 48: The Mules fell to the Wildcats in their finale of their winter tournament Saturday.

The Mules play again at 7 p.m. Jan 2 against Rainier.

SUNDAY

Mark Morris 43, Corbett 41: Mark Morris edged past Corbett to take the tournament championship Sunday. The Monarchs were down by seven with just two minutes to go when Brooklyn Schlecht made a few baskets to clinch the win.

Schlecht had a career high in points, bringing in 15 total. With Katie Troy out, Madi Noel stepped in and added nine points. Jacie Rismoen threw in eight points and had 11 rebounds.

Emma Fisher helped out with five points. Bella Merzoian, Erica Snyder and Hallie Watson all put in two points each.

“We caused some turnovers and made some clutch free throws down the stretch to get the ‘W’,” said coach Sean Atkins.

BOYS BASKETBALL

THURSDAY

Redmond 63, Rainier 39: The Columbians fell to the Panthers on Thursday in the kickoff to their holiday matchups.

FRIDAY

Castle Rock 67, Toledo 49: The Rockets took down the Indians Friday night in their holiday matchup. Jonny Boissonault and Adam Partridge both nabbed 16 points for the Rockets.

Landon Gardner followed with 13. Lane Partridge added eight points. Trevor Albinger put six on the board.

Jayce Womack made four, Wyatt Partridge had three and Isaac TRigsted played but didn’t score.

Ryan Bloomstrom led the Indians with 14 points. Fredy Fernandez and Duke Schaplow both added 12. Miguel Soto put in three.

Jake Cournyer had two and Walker Sorenson made four. Thomas Glass, Jacob Marley and Jaxon Cook all played but went scoreless.

T;7;13;9;20;—;49

CR;19;11;16;21;—;67

Marshfield 67, Mark Morris 66: The Monarchs fell by one on Friday during the Astoria holiday tournament. Ashton Harvey held out strong for the Monarchs with 22 points. Rome Hendrickson added 12.

Jack Shipley threw in 11 points for the Monarchs.

Cole Busch helped with six. Kobe Parlin made five points and Deacon Dietz and Jamison Watson both had four. Keoni Makaiwi also played and made a 2-pointer.

MM 12 19 10 25 — 66

M 9 19 13 26 — 67

Mark Morris 58, Centennial 30: The Monarchs toppled Centennial in their Friday night tournament. Deacon Dietz grabbed 11 points.

Tanner Liasjo added three while Kobe Parlin shot six.Cole Busch added four, Jared Noel threw in one and Rome Hendrickson made five points.

Jack Shipley made two. Jamison Watson had six, and Ashton Harvey tossed in 20 points.

Keoni Makaiwa and Garrett Ness both played but did not score.

M 12 14 12 20 — 58

C 7 8 8 7 — 30

Naselle 61, Adna 51: In their Friday night matchup, the Comets edged past Adna for a win. Corey Gregory threw in 19 points and made three steals. Kolby Glenn added 18 points, eight rebounds and five assists for Naselle.

Glenn threw in four 3-pointers in the last 10 minutes to help push the Comets past the Pirates. Ethan Lindstrom tossed 12 points on the board and had five assists. Warren Wirkala helped with 10 points.

N;12;12;15;22;—;61

A;8;16;18;9;—;51

Winlock 67, Willapa Valley 63: Winlock kept their host at bay during their Pearson Holiday Classic tourney Friday. Bryce Cline led the way for the Cardinals with 27 points. Coleson Richendollar helped out with 13 points for Winlock.

W;20;14;17;16;—;67

WV;18;8;13;24;—;63

Yakima Tribal 70, Toutle Lake 59: The Ducks lost to YT on Friday during the start of holiday tournaments.

TL 10 14 18 17 — 59

YT 15 16 19 20 — 70

Whitney 70, Kelso 51: The Hilanders slipped to the Wildcats during their holiday tournament on Friday in California.

K 13 15 16 7 — 51

W 20 18 11 21 — 70

Rainier (Wash.)14, Three Rivers Christian 34: The Eagles succumbed the road Friday night to the Mountainers .

TRC;9;12;6;7;—;34

Rainier;10;4;21;9;—;44

Rainier 76, Elma 59: The Columbians took on Elma Friday and brought home a holiday win.

R;28;15;18;15;—;76

E;10;9;13;27;—;59

Sedro-Woolley 60, Kalama 51: The Chinooks came up short in their Crush in the Slush tourney Friday. Jackson Esary led the team with 21 points. Tommy Brendenburg added 14 to the board.

Woodland 50, Cle Elum 29: The Beavers plowed past Warriors Friday in the Holiday Tournament. Woodland took a 16 point lead in the first quarter and kept that pace throughout the game. At half time the Beavers led 25-8.

Wahkiakum 60, Tekoa 57: The Mules edged past Tekoa-Rosalia Friday night in the start of their winter tournament.

SATURDAY

Wahkiakum 56, Garfield 51: The Mules sneaked past Garfield Saturday afternoon to end their holiday tournaments with a win.

Logan LaBerge came in with 16. Jake Leitz had 10 points and eight rebounds. Brody Carlson helped with six.

Brodie Avalon added fice, Dominic Curl threw in 15 and Ashden Niemeyer played but didn’t score.

“We started off slow but in the end we came up with a four point lead which was nice. Then we held them at the free throw line,” Coach Todd Souvenir said.

The Mules host Napavine at 7 p.m. Jan. 3.

W;4;19;17;16;—;56

G;11;16;13;11;—;51

Toutle Lake 51, Cascade Christian 43: The Ducks slipped past Cascade as they played in their early morning tournament Saturday.

TL;18;11;6;16;—;51

CC;8;11;17;7;—;43

Mark Morris 68, Rainier (Or.) 45: The Monarchs toppled the Columbians in the end of the Astoria Holiday tournament Saturday.

Kelso 48, Willow Glen 46: The Hilanders battled it out and evaded defeat in their holiday tourney in California.

Wyatt Brown led with 12 points. Josh Webb followed with 10 points and five steals.

Gage Tippery threw in nine points for Kelso. Drew Tack made eight points and led with seven rebounds. Rees Hall helped with six points and Ethan Mitchell added three.

Dillon Davis, Tanner Davis and Ethan Moyer all played point stayed scoreless.

“It was a fantastic non-league game. We were fortunate to have made that last free throw for the win, Ethan Mitchell’s free throw right at the end,” said coach Joe Kinch.

Kelso’s next game is Monday

K;6;16;12;14;—;48

W;7;11;12;14;—;46

Rainier 76, Elma 59: The Columbians took on Elma Friday and brought home a holiday win.

Rainier takes on Corbett at 7 p.m. Jan. 6.

R;28;15;18;15;—;76

E;10;9;13;27;—;59

Naselle 61, Winlock 48: The Comets won two games in the Willapa Valley tournament. After beating Adna the night before, Naselle came back Saturday and toppled Winlock 61-48.

Kolby Glen had the team high of 20 points and seven rebounds. Ethan Lindstrom made 15 and had eight rebounds. Chase Haatia made six points and had five rebounds.

Jimmy Strange and three steals and three assists. Corey Gregory held Bryce Cline to two points.

Naselle hosts Firm Foundation Jan 7.

Winlock takes in Morton white Pass Jan. 3 at 7 p.m.

Ilwaco 52, Toledo 38:The Fisherman closed out their holiday with a win over Toledo Saturday.

Toledo tackles Rainier Wash. Jan. 3 at 12:30 p.m.

Ilwaci hosts Raymond Jan. 3 at 7 p.m.

Cedarcrest 52, Kalama 48: The Chinooks fell short in their early morning game Saturday.

COLLEGE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Mt. Hood 57, LCC 54: The Devils fell by three on Friday to Mt. Hood. Michaela Harris led the Red Devils with 11 points. Madison Mosier made nine. Cherita Daugherty and Melenaite Kata both had six.

Ally Harman made five points for LCC. Madeline Jacobson, Danica Schmidt and Jodi Noyes all added four points. Josie Schmitz had three and Bailey Farrer had two.

Mt Hood;23;12;8;14;—;57

Lower Columbia;15;7;12;20;—;54

LCC 78, Columbia Basin 49: On Saturday, LCC came back and took the win against Columbia Basin. Jodi Noyes made the team high of 19 points. Tommia Pakootas followed with 11. Danica Schmidt helped with nine.

Michaela Harris made eight points for the Devils. Cherita Daugherty and Madison Mosier both had seven. Melenaite Kata threw in six. Madeline Johnson helped with four.

Ally Harman made three points. Bailey Farrer and Chinedu Nnadi both had two.

Columbia Basin;8;14;9;18;—;49

Lower Columbia;19;21;16;22;—;78

Yakima Valley 87, LCC 84: The Devils slipped by three to Yakima Sunday.

Madison Mosierled with 23 points. Jodi Noyes followed closely with 18. Cherita Daugherty came up with 13 for the Devils.

Michaela Harris made 10. Danica Schmidt helped with four and Bailey Farrer and Tommia Pakootas both added six.

Ally Harman made three and Josie Schmitz had one.

Yakima Valley;15;22;24;26;—;87

Lower Columbia;14;27;19;24;—;84

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