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Jamison Watson hit a pair of free throws with 11.4 seconds left in the fourth quarter and the “inexperienced but scrappy” Mark Morris boys basketball team escaped Timberline with a 65-62 win on Tuesday.

Jack Shipley led the Monarchs with 15 points and Ashton Harvey added 14. Deacon Dietz was also in double figures with 10.

Brooklyn Hicks, a freshman for the Blazers, led all scorers with 25 with three 3s.

Logan Campau and Jeshua Hardie both had 14 in the Blazers’ loss.

Mark Morris (1-0) visits Fort Vancouver on Monday at 7 p.m.

Mark Morris 65, Timberline 62

Mark Morris 13 16 20 16 — 65

Black Hills 16 16 16 14 — 62

Mark Morris — Jack Shipley 15, Ashton Harvey 14, Deacon Dietz 10, Cole Busch 9, Jamison Watson 8, Kobe Parlin 3, Garrett Ness 3, Rome Hendrickson 3, Keoni Makaiwi.

Timberline — Brooklyn Hicks 25, Logan Campau 14, Jeshua Hardie 14, Alex Wright 6, Nic LeDoux 3, Joseph Piccolomini, Cameron Hines, Alex Ticherior, Ezra Emery.

Black Hills 55, Winlock 50: Coleson Richendollar scored 16 points, Bryce Cline added 12 with six rebounds and six assists as the Cardinals came up just short against the 2A Evergreen League favorite Wolves on Tuesday.

Justin Hicks led all scorers with 25, with 17 coming in the second quarter.

“He killed us for eight minutes,” Cardinals coach Nick Bamer said. “Totally took over the game.”

Black Hills outscored Winlock 24-15 in that second quarter, but Winlock got back in it in the final period.

“We shot pretty poorly,” Bamer said. “We get out and go pretty good. We’re gonna have games in the 50s but most team’s aren’t gonna be able to do that to us.”

Winlock (0-1) visits Darrington on Thursday 6:30 p.m.

Black Hills 55, Winlock 50

Black Hills 11 24 12 8 — 55

Winlock 14 15 10 10 —50

Black Hills — Justin Hicks 25, Weston Ainsworth 11, Zach Crumley 6, Miles Gurske 4, Evan Ellison 4, Elyas Inman 3, Avery Armin 1, Deegan Hurley 1.

Winlock — Coleson Richendollar 16, Bryce Cline 12, Noah Patching 8, Landon Tiemans 7, Nathan Suhrbier 4, Nolan Swofford 3, Joe Welch, Jonathan Gonzalez.

Castle Rock 49, Hoquiam 39: Landon Gardner and Jonny Boissonault each scored 16 points as the Rockets started with a win over the Grizzlies.

Boissonault also had seven rebounds and Adam Patridge added five blocks to his six points.

“We learned a lot from the (Monday) jamboree,” Rockets coach Hayden Tilton said. “We played heart, made shots. Guys were flying around on defense.”

Castle Rock (1-0) visits Montesano on Saturday at 7 p.m.

Girl’s BasketballKelso 59, Camas 49: Natalie Fraley scored 22 pionts with six assists, Cooper Joy added 14 points and 10 rebounds and the Lassies rallied from an 8-0 early deficit to down the Papermakers on Tuesday in Camas.

Kelso shot 18-of-22 from the free throw line and Fraley was 11-of-12 by herself.

Mati Ohlson chipped in with eight points for Kelso.

Faith Bergstrom, Camas’ 6-foot-1 post, led all scorers with 28 points and was “troublesome,” as Kelso coach Jennifer Hamilton put it.

Kelso (1-0) visits R.A. Long on Friday at 5:30 p.m.

Kelso 13 12 18 16 — 59

Camas 14 10 12 13 — 49

Stevenson 61, Kalama 25: Gracie Stemkoski and Ruby Jackson each scored seven points as the Bulldogs pressed the Chinooks to death on Tuesday night.

Jazmine Morat led all scorers with 22 points. Katie Rathgeber had 15 for the Bulldogs and Ashley Brannan had 11.

“We did a better job of rebounding in the second half,” Chinooks coach Jody Stemkoski said.

Kalama (0-1) visits Adna on Wednesday at 6 p.m.

Kalama — Gracie Stemkoski 7, Ruby Jackson 7, Sophie Given 5, Lily Given 4, Chloe Larsen 2, Kaylie Shipley, Lily Nichols, Jasmine Dunlop, Maggeie Cruser.

Stevenson — Jazmine Moral 22, Katie Rathgeber 15, Ashley Brannan 11, Cassie Mcnab 4, Isabella Spencer 4, Alisyn Backlund 3, Jasmine Waymire 2.

Toledo 68, Ocosta 28: Kal Schaplow scored 16 points, Emma Cline-Maier added 12 and the Indians blew out the Wildcats in Toledo on Tuesday.

Layne and Devyn Martin each had six points for Ocosta.

Stacie Spahr, in addition to her eight points, also had seven rebounds. Gracie Madill had just two points, but added four assists and five rebounds.

Every Indian to see the floor scored.

“We’ve been excited to play our first game for awhile,” Toledo coach Brian Layton said. “I think we’re starting to get after it and pressure the ball.”

Toledo (1-0) visits Elma on Monday at 7 p.m.

Toledo 68, Ocosta 23

Ocosta 5 6 4 8 — 23

Toledo 14 23 18 13 — 68

Ocosta — Layne Martin 6, Devyn Martin 6, Mikayla Ness 5, Emily Snider 3, Ronni Graham 3, Katelynn Denny.

Toledo — Kal Schaplow 16, Emma Cline-Maier 12, Alejandra Cadarso 9, Marina Smith 8, Stacie Spahr 8, Vanesa Rodriguez 8, Heather Fenison 2, Taylor Langhaim 2, Greenlee Clark 1.

Rochester 50, R.A. Long 39: The Warriors outscored the Lumberjills 25-6 at the free throw line, proving the difference in the young Lumberjills’ season opener.

Miranda Lomax scored 20 points to pace the Jills and was 7-of-10 inside the 3-point line with quite a few steals.

Lexie Sederberg-Jones and Paige Winter were overwhelming, scoring 21 and 20 points, respectively. No other Warrior had more than three points.

R.A. Long fell behind early, but cut the deficit to eight in the third quarter and four in the fourth, but a rib injury to Bobbi Clark, a sprained ankle to Jayla Clark and early foul trouble by Makayla Jenkins caught up with it.

Down two, R.A. Long missed a lay-up, then Rochester came back down the floor and hit a 3, starting a run that was too much.

“We have lots of new girls that aren’t in the flow yet,” Jills coach Jan Karnoski said. “Way too many fouls, nonsensical fouls. Too many turnovers.”

R.A. Long (0-1) hosts Kelso on Friday at 5:30 p.m.

Rochester 50, R.A. Long 39

Rochester 10 12 14 14 — 50

R.A. Long 12 9 12 6 — 39

Rochester — Lexie Sederberg-Jones 21, Paige Winter 20, Madison Bates 3, Megan Elkins 3, Kortney Kerbaugh 3, Maddix Schneider, Lauren Rotter, Megan Haury.

R.A. Long — Miranda Lomax 20, Bobbi Clark 6, Kailey Sirnio Maddie McCoy 3, Jayla Clark 2, Myah Bodily 2, Megan Olsen, Jadyn Terry, Maria Sheldon.

Ilwaco 51, Naselle 8: Erika Glenn scored 23 points and the Fishermen held the Comets scoreless in the fourth quarter on Tuesday night.

Lauren Katyryniuk led the Comets with five points. Jackie Steenerson and Hollie Haatia each had six boards.

“Our players made adjustments as it went on,” Naselle coach Rose Nisbet said. “They had a lot of energy and rebounded well.”

Ilwaco coach Ned Bittner was pleased with the early outing, despite some frustrating missed lay-ups.

“For the first game of the season, we played pretty hard from start to finish,” Bittner said.

Ilwaco (1-0) welcomes Chief Leschi on Wednesday at 7 p.m.

Naselle (0-1) visits Winlock on Friday at 7 p.m.

Naselle 5 1 2 0 — 8

Ilwaco 13 14 14 14 — 51

Naselle — Lauren Katyryniuk 5, Hollie Haatia 2, Bella Colombo 1, Jackie Steenerson.

Ilwaco — Erika Glenn 23, Kylie Gray 7, Tiana Ramsey 6, Jaymi Kemmer 5, Olivia McKinstry 4, Estella Sheldon 2, Sunny Kemmer 2, Dominique Bittner 2, Maggie Jacobson 2.

BOWLING

Prairie 2002, R.A. Long 1773: R.A. Long fell to Prairie 2002-1773 in their match Tuesday.

Brooke Thill rolled a 366 and Katie Lender-Aberle came up close with a 331 for the Lumberjills.

the Falcons had Anna Gatlin, who bowled a 374 and Karley Wold-Hayes with a 338.

Battle Ground 2085, Mark Morris 1911: Mark Morris rolled against Battle Ground and came up just short of a win. The monarchs fell 2085-1911 at the Tiger Bowl in Battle Ground Monday.

Hailee Reynolds had the high score for the Monarchs, with a 149 in the first game and a 194 in the second.

Emma Boucher threw in the high for Tigers with a 134 in the first game and a 232 in the second.

The Monarchs host Black Hills Thursday at 3:15.

BOYS SWIMMING

Mark Morris and R. A. Long hosted the season opening jamboree Tuesday. At the jamboree, times cannot be used to qualify for district or state meets as the events are not the normal competition events, but are a preview of the coming season.

Boys 3x50 Yard Medley Relay

1, Columbia River High School ‘A’ 1:26.74. 2, Hockinson ‘A’ 1:28.19. 3, Mark

Morris High School ‘A’ 1:37.35. 4, Heritage ‘A’ 1:48.12. 5, Mountain View High

School ‘A’ 2:01.06. —, Robert A. Long High School ‘A’ DQ. —, Union ‘A’ DQ.

—, Hockinson ‘B’ DQ.

Boys 3x50 Yard Freestyle Relay

1, Mountain View High School ‘A’ 1:26.45. 2, Hockinson ‘A’ 1:28.53. 3,

Hudson’s Bay High School ‘A’ 1:36.87. 4, Mark Morris High School ‘A’ 1:38.46.

5, Hudson’s Bay High School ‘B’ 2:15.25. —, Fort Vancouver High School ‘A’

DQ.

Boys 3x100 Yard Freestyle Relay

1, Mark Morris High School ‘A’ 2:46.32. 2, Robert A. Long High School ‘A’

3:13.90.

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