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Tuesday roundup: Ilwaco girls keep rolling

Tuesday roundup: Ilwaco girls keep rolling

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The Ilwaco girls basketball team picked up its seventh straight win Tuesday night, hammering Northwest Christian 57-12 on Tuesday night in Lacey.

Erika Glenn had 21 points to lead the Fishermen.

During the seven-game winning streak, which has run the entire month of January, the Fishermen have averaged 58 points per game while allowing just 27.

Ilwaco (14-1, 13-0) hosts Pe Ell on Saturday at 7 p.m.

Ilwaco 57, Northwest Christian 12


NW Christian;0;3;5;4;—;12

ILWACO — Erika Glenn 21, Estella Sheldon 7, Tiana Ramsey 7, Kaytlenn Wheldon 6, Sunny Kemmer 4, Olivia McKinstry 4, Zoey Zuern 2, Gabby Bell, Jaymi Kemmer, Maggie Jacobson.

NW CHRISTIAN — Gretcen Stottlemyre 6, Josie Ryder 4, Whitley Stepp 3, Becca Sowers 2, Lindy Hanson 1.

2B Central League

Wahkiakum 67, Kalama 16: Paige Mace scored 20 points and Jansi Merz added 19 as the Mules cruised past the Chinooks in Kalama on Tuesday night.

Gracie Stemkoski and Lily Given each had 5 points for the Chinooks.

Wahkiakum led 16-1 after the first quarter and cruised from there. The Mules also outscored the Chinooks 27-5 in the third quarter to take absolute control.

Wahkiakum (11-3, 4-1) hosts Napavine on Thursday at 7 p.m. Kalama (3-11, 1-5) welcomes Toutle Lake on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Wahkiakum 67, Kalama 16



WAHKIAKUM — Paige Mace 20, Jansi Merz 19, Miya Karstetter 8, Kimberly Watkins 6, Arrow Rose 4, Reighna Niemeyer 3, Alex Watkins 2, Courtney Carlson, Emerald Niemela.

KALAMA — Gracie Stemkoski 5, Lily Given 5, Ruby Jackson 3, Lily Nichols 3, Chloe Larson 1, Sydney Johnson, Kailey Shipley, Maggie Cruser.

Morton-White Pass 49, Toutle Lake 45: Molly Donald scored 18 points, but the Timberwolves edged the Ducks Tuesday night in Toutle.

Alissa O’Rourke and Shaylee Peters both had 14 points for MWP and Natalia Armstrong added 10.

Toutle Lake led 16-9 after the first quarter, 25-21 at halftime and 35-30 after the third quarter, but was outscored 19-10 in the final period.

Toutle Lake (4-11, 1-5) goes to Kalama on Thursday for a 7 p.m. tip.

Morton-White Pass 49, Toutle Lake 45

Morton-White Pass;9;12;9;19;—;49

Toutle Lake;16;9;10;10;—;45

MORTON WHITE-PASS — Alissa O’Rourke 14, Shaylee Peters 14, Natalia Armstrong 10, McKenzee Mays 6.

TOULE LAKE — Molly Donald 18, Jordyn Grabenhorst 8, Kaydence King 5, Keeley Studebaker-Smith 5, Jasmine Smith 4, Marissa Smith 2, Karlie Smith 2.

Adna 54, Winlock 19: Addison Hall went down with an injury and Adna added insult to injury with a big win Tuesday night in Winlock.

Hall went down early and finished with just 2 points. Karlie Jones led the Cardinals in scoring with 6.

Payton Asleton led all scorers with 10 points.

Winlock (4-10, 0-5) visits Three Rivers Christian on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Adna 54, Winlock 19



ADNA — Payton Asleton 10, Karlee VonMoos 8, Tyas Pannette 7, Ellie Silva 7, Kaylin Todd 6, Faith Wellander 6, Summer White 4, Brooklyn Loose 4, Makaela Meister 2.

WINLOCK — Karlie Jones 6, Elizabeth Wolfe 4, Azhia Camps 3, Alexa Barragan 2, Addison Hall 2, Angela Gil-Munoz.

2A Greater St. Helens League

Woodland 62, Ridgefield 43: Payten Foster scored 17 points with 9 rebounds and 5 steals and the Beavers ran past the Spudders Tuesday night in Ridgefield.

Lucy George added 13 points with 8 rebounds and 3 assists. Nicole Guthrie posted a double-double with 11 points and 14 rebounds.

Woodland (10-4, 4-2) visits R.A. Long on Monday at 7 p.m.

Woodland 62, Ridgefield 43



WOODLAND — Payten Foster 16, Lucy George 13, Nicole Guthrie 11, Kaily Christensen 8, Kelly Sweyer 6, Kaija Olson 3, Abigail Huston 2, Jayden Roth 2, Emily Hughes 1, Sydney George.

Hockinson 50, Mark Morris 35: Mark Morris’ second-half comeback attempt didn’t have enough juice as the Hawks held them off on Tuesday in Brush Prairie.

Katie Troy and Emma Fisher led Mark Morris with 8 points.

Addie Chappelle led all scorers with 23 points for the Hawks.

Mark Morris (5-8, 1-5) hosts defending 2A state champ Washougal on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Hockinson 50, Mark Morris 35

Mark Morris;5;4;14;12;—;35


MARK MORRIS — Katie Troy 8, Emma Fisher 8, Jacie Rismoen 6, Lily Koski-Haase 5, Erica Snyder 4, Brooklyn Schlect 2, Mariah Bost 1, Madelyn Mejia 1.

HOCKINSON — Addie Chappelle 23, Ellie Ritter 8, Allie Seekins 6, Lillie Mueller 5, Cordelia Plymale 3, Lilly Leslie 2, Lauren Schadt 2, Delaney Chappelle, Kaylee Vernon.

3A Greater St. Helens League

Kelso 73, Mountain View 44: Alexis Kleven scored a career-high 28 points and the Lassies pulled away from the Thunder on Tuesday night in Kelso.

Natalie Fraley and Evermore Kaiser each added 12 points and Cooper Joy had 10.

Sara Ostergaard-Jeppeson led the Thunder with 12 points.

Kelso jumped out to a 25-8 lead after the first quarter and rode it the rest of the way.

Kelso (9-6, 3-2) hosts Hudson’s Bay on Friday at 7 p.m.

Kelso 73, Mountain View 44

Mountain View;8;15;8;13;—;44


MOUNTAIN VIEW — Sara Ostergaard-Jeppesen 12, Katelyn Henderson 7, Lauren DeLargy 6, Ella Schoene 4, Abby Horton 3, Jenna Carlson 3, Sydney Horton 3, Victoria Schieder 2, Ellie Fleming 1, Mosea Addo, Mykala Preston.

KELSO — Alexis Kleven 28, Natalie Fraley 12, Evermore Kaiser 12, Cooper Joy 10, Madison Harkins 6, Mati Ohlson 3, Josie Ahrens 2, Jaron Storie.

3A Coastal Range

Willamina 40, Clatskanie 39: The Clatskanie girls ended their winning streak and added their second loss of the season Tuesday. The Tigers took on Willamina, who edged them out by one single point in a huge upset. Clatskanie is ranked number one in the OSAA rankings, Willamina comes in at number 5. 



Clatskanie-Shelby Blodgett 17, Cloee McLeod 3, Olivia Sprauge 11, Kaity Sizemore 6, Alexis Smith 2


3A Greater St. Helens League

Kelso 71, Mountain View 64: Josh Webb scored 26 points and Rees Hall added 20 as the Hilanders broke it open in the fourth quarter Tuesday night in Vancouver.

Kelso trailed 55-49 after three quarters, but its defense flexed its muscles in the final period and Kelso outscored the Thunder 22-9 in the final period to claim the win.

Kelso (9-6, 3-2) visits Hudson’s Bay on Friday at 7 p.m.

Kelso 71, Mountain View 64


Mountain View;16;24;15;9;—;64

KELSO — Josh Webb 26, Rees Hall 20, Ethan Mitchell 9, Drew Tack 6, Tanner Davis 6, Braden Smith 4, Dillon Davis.

MOUNTAIN VIEW — Austin Lee 16, Ethan Blanchard 16, Colby Smith 10, Mason Wulf 9, Zion Carson 6, Kai Christensen 3, Mahkahri Bolds 2, Preston Collins 2.

1A Trico League

Castle Rock 64, Columbia-White Salmon 44: There was no emotional letdown for the Rockets as they blew out the Bruins Tuesday night in White Salmon.

Jonny Boissonault had 19 points to lead all scorers for the Rockets.

Davis Koester led CWS with 16.

Castle Rock (7-5, 1-2) hosts King’s Way on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Castle Rock 64, Columbia-White Salmon 44

Castle Rock;12;17;18;17;—;64

Columbia-White Salmon;4;7;15;17;—;44

CASTLE ROCK — Jonny Boissonault 19, Lance Wirkkala 12, Adam Partridge 9, Landon Gardner 7, Wyatt Guitteau 7, David Garcia 1, Wyatt Partridge, Isaac Trigstead, Trevor Alblinger.

COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON — Davis Koester 16, Isaac Wang 8, Zavier Smith 6, Stanley Hylton 4, Chase Colloton 4, Jace Greenwood, Austin Charters, Diego Guzman.

2A Greater St. Helens League

R.A. Long 60, Washougal 54: The Lumberjacks used a 21-9 second quarter to take control, then held off the Panthers on the road on Tuesday.

Cavin Holden led the Jacks with 18 points, Jadon Williamson had 15 and Ryan Plampin added 11.

Plamplin also had 3 assists, 3 steals and 3 rebounds.

R.A. Long (7-7, 2-4) hosts Hockinson on Friday at 7 p.m.

R.A. Long 60, Washougal 54

R.A. Long;12;21;12;15;—;60


R.A. LONG — Cavin Holden 18, Jadon Williamson 15, Ryan Plampin 11, Aaron Ofstun 7, Cameron Holden 6, Jamond Harris 3.

WASHOUGAL — Jakob Davis 21, Gabe Kent 13, Yanni Fassilis 10, Aaron Ackman 3, Brig Griffin 3, Brevan Bea 2, Julien Jones 2, Judson Mansfield 1.

2B Pacific League

Northwest Christian 51, Ilwaco 50: The further details were available.

Ilwaco (10-5, 8-5) visits Pe Ell on Friday at 7 p.m.


R.A. Long 1,842, Ridgefield 1,639: Kylee Newman rolled a 344 (198, 146) and the Lumberjill eased past the Spudders in Longview on Tuesday night.

Precious Sprague added a 337 (184, 153) and Brooke Thill was also over 300 with a 306 (160, 146) series.

R.A. Long (3-10, 2-3) has one last dual before the Lumberjill Tournament and the postseason. The Jills host Mark Morris on Wednesday at3:15 p.m. Then, on Friday, the Jills welcome Aberdeen, Black Hills, Columbia River, Mark Morris, Ridgefield and W.F. West for the Lumberjill Tournament, which starts at 11.

R.A. Long

Katie Lender-Aberle;170, 111;—281

Kaydence Smith;138, 136;—;274

Brooke Thill;160, 146;ؙ—;306

Precious Sprague;184, 153;—;337

Kylee Newman;198, 146;—;344


Natalie Smith;82, 104;—186

Avaa Shibley;143, 140;—;283

Ada Johnson;160, 118;—;278

Marrissa Budders;159, 116;—;275

Maebry Kinswa;123, 201;—;324

Columbia River 1997, Mark Morris 1679:  The Monarchs fell to the Chieftains Tuesday at home. Hailee Reynolds rolled 320 (158, 162). Madie Flint had a 290 (150, 140) for the series. Jordyn Lambert came in with a 265 (130, 135).

Magan McDonald knocked down 117  and had Elise Aguirre sub in for the second. Aguirre rolled a 134. Mahalia Perkins rolled a 129 in the first game and had Emilee Rahier sub the second. Rahier scored 158.

Mark Morris

Jordyn Lambert;130,135;—;265

Madie Flint;150, 140;—;290

Hailee Reynolds;158, 162;—;320

Mahalia Perkins;129*

Magan McDonald;177**

* Sub. Emilee Rahier;158

** Sub. Elise Aguirre;134

Columbia River

Maya Burnett;194, 193;—;387

Kylee Wisinski;145, 164;—;309

Sadie Burrows;150, 154;—;304

Rileigh Chinn;152, 194;—;346

Jenna Chinn;168, 168;—;336


Woodland 35, Mark Morris 34: The Beavers picked up a narrow win on the road on Tuesday, edging the Monarchs with three pins.

Judeah Sanders (120 pounds) picked up a stick of Alex Rodriguez in 2:54, then Josiah Sanders followed with a pin of Elmer Martias-Hernandez in 34 seconds at 126.

Cameron Hill pinned Lucas Beres at 1:36 at 170 to round out the trio.

Woodland also got bonus points from Matthew Yeger, who topped Loecha Roth 17-1 for a tech fall at 152.

Mark Morris got pins from Joseph Hernandez (138, 5:27) and Carlos Sebastian (145, 3:26).

Woodland heads to La Center on Thursday for a 6 p.m. dual and Mark Morris heads to the Lumberjack Classic, which starts at 9 a.m. on Saturday.

Woodland 35, Mark Morris 34

106: Mateo Gutridge, Woodland, def. Edgar Martias-Hernandez, 7-0

113: Devyn Lindsey, MM, def. Gaige Pilot, 9-1

120: Judeah Sanders, Woodland, pins Alex Rodriquez, 2:54

126: Josiah Sanders, Woodland, pins Elmer Martias-Hernandez, 0:34

132: Elmer Martias-Hernandez, MM, won by forfeit

138: Joseph Hernandez, MM, pins Wyley McReynolds, 5:27

145: Carlos Sebastian, MM, pins William Penny, 3:26

152: Matthew Yager, Woodland, def. Loecha Roth, 17-1

160: Malcolm Karchesky, Woodland, def. Nolan Robinson, 7-3

170: Cameron Hill, Woodland, pins Lucas Beres, 1:36

182: Logan Smith, Woodland, won by forfeit

195: Double Forfeit

220: Colten Reynolds, MM, won by forfeit

285: Isaih Alvarado, MM, won by forfeit


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