2A Boys District Basketball: Bearcats One Step Closer to District Title Game

By The Chronicle

Carter McCoy scored a game-high 21 points and W.F. West routed Washougal 59-48 in the opening round of the 2A Boys District 4 tournament here Saturday.

Tyler Speck added 15, including three 3-pointers, while Cade Haller contributed 13 for the W.F. West (16-5), which won its sixth straight. The second-seeded Bearcats will face five-seed Woodland in the district semifinals on Tuesday at a time and location to be determined.

Woodland was upset winners over the Greater St. Helens League champion and top-seeded Columbia River, 51-48, on Saturday. Woodland beat Ridgefield Tuesday to qualify for the district play-in game, then won that match against Mark Morris Wednesday then beat Aberdeen Thursday.

Against Washougal, the Bearcats trailed by one after the first quarter at 12-13, then outscored the Panthers 14-9 in the second and 19-12 in the third to put the game away.

The Bearcats shot 45 percent from the field on 24 of 53 shooting, compared to Washougal’s 18 of 54 shooting (33 percent).

 

At Chehalis

BEARCATS 59, PANTHERS 48

Washougal 13 9 12 14 —48

W.F. West 12 14 19 12 —59

Washougal (48) — Davis 20, James 2, Bea 6, Fussillis 12

FG: 18 of 54 —.333 FT: 7 of 7 —.1000 Reb. N/A

W.F. West (59) — McCoy 21, Kelly 7, Haller 13, Speck 15,Taylor 1, Plakinger 2

FG: 24 of 53 —.453 FT: 5 of 6 —.833 Reb. N/A

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