Friday’s 2B Boys BB: Toledo Wins C2BL Title Outright

Toledo Wins C2BL Title Outright

KALAMA — Reece Wallace scored 25 points, and Toledo won the Central 2B League championship outright with a 65-50 win over Kalama here Friday night.

Wallace hit four 3-pointers in the first quarter, helping Toledo to a 19-9 lead after one period.

Toledo also held a 38-25 rebounding advantage over the course of the game, with a 16-5 advantage on the offensive end.

“We just started getting them on the boards,” Toledo coach Grady Fallon said. “And those are just momentum killers for them and just boosters for us.”

Fano Arceo-Hansen and Westin Wallace each added 11 points with eight rebounds.

Toledo finishes the regular season with a 15-1 league record and an 18-2 mark overall.

“I’m proud of my guys. Sometimes you don’t really see it, and then you step back and go, ‘18-2?’” Fallon said. “That’s pretty impressive for this league. This league’s a grinder.”

Toledo, as a top seed, has a bye in the play-in and first rounds, and enters the District 4 2B tournament on Saturday, Feb. 10, in the quarterfinals at a time and location to be determined.

 

MWP Thumps Onalaska to Close Regular Season

RANDLE — The Timberwolves got off to a solid start and shut down Onalaska over the two middle quarters to pick up a 62-25 win here Friday in Central 2B League boys basketball action.

Matt Poquette scored a game-high 16 points with seven rebounds and seven assists, Tristan Storey added 15 points and Kade Gillispie chipped in 11 for MWP, which held Onalaska to 3 points in the second quarter and 2 in the third.

“We got off to a pretty good start, and kept sound through most of the game,” MWP coach Tony Gillispie said. “Offensively, we shared the ball well.”

Kaleb Rashoff added 9 points, and Isaac Salguero contributed with 3 points and four rebounds, Gillispie noted. The Timberwolves shot 58 percent (25 of 43) from the field.

Ashton Haight led Onalaska with 11 points.

It was the final home game for MWP’s four seniors: Poquette, Kade Gillispie, Salguero and Carson Lewis, and Tony Gillispie expressed his appreciation for their work.

The Timberwolves (16-4, 13-3 league) finished in a tie for third with Napavine in the C2BL standings, and a coin toss Saturday will determine where and who they play on Wednesday in the first round of the District 4 2B tournament.  

Onalaska (6-14, 4-12 league) finished tied for ninth with Rainier, and will face the Mountaineers on Saturday in Napavine in a play-in game for the final district berth.

 

Adna Takes Down Pe Ell

ADNA — Blake Davis scored 21 points to lead Adna to a 86-49 win over Pe Ell in a Central 2B League boys basketball game here on Friday.

Davis’ 21 points came off of seven 3-pointers. Trevor Thornburg scored 20 points, including four 3s. Cody Young added 13 points and Conner Weed scored 11.

Pe Ell’s Garrett Bush and Kaleb McCalden each had 14 points and Carson Cox chipped in 10.

The Pirates built a 26-8 lead after one quarter and pushed the advantage to 51-20 at halftime, cruising to the win in the second half.

“They played a lot of zone, and we didn’t get things going inside, per se. One of the things that makes us special is we have a variety of guys can score different ways,” Adna coach Luke Salme said. “Locking up second place, getting two byes and only needing one win for an automatic berth to Spokane, it’s a pretty good feeling for a special group of kids. In this league this year, we’ll take it.”

Adna (18-2, 14-2) secured the second place out of the C2BL and has an automatic berth into the district quarterfinals next Saturday in Rochester.

Pe Ell finished the season 1-18 overall and 0-16 in league games.

 

Winlock Falls to Toutle Lake

WINLOCK — Winlock led at halftime, but couldn’t hang on as Toutle Lake won 64-49 in a Central 2B League boys basketball game here on Friday.

Winlock’s Dawson Hall recorded 13 points and eight rebounds and Nicholas Patching added 10 points.

Toutle Lake’s Cam Swanson and Michael Adams each scored 19 points.

The Cardinals shot just 25 percent from the field while Toutle Lake shot 47 percent and won the rebounding battle, 40-32.

Winlock led 17-14 after one quarter and expanded the lead to 25-18 lead at halftime. It was all Toutle Lake in the second half, cutting the Winlock lead to 35-34 going into the fourth quarter and the Ducks scored 28 points in the fourth to secure the win.

“We could not get the ball to go through the net. Their defense had something to do with it,” Winlock coach Nick Bamer said. “We struggled to score. They were able to get a little bit of a lead on us and they were able to convert their free throws. They did a good job of attacking the rim, and we weren’t able to do the same thing.”

It was senior night for Winlock’s Patching, Hall and Jayce Coleman.

Winlock (12-8, 8-8) finishes the season sixth in the C2BL and will host Ocosta on Monday at 7 p.m. in a play-in game, with the winner advancing to play Chief Leschi in the first round of the District 4 tournament.

 

Big Second Half Pushes Napavine Past Rainier

RAINIER — Napavine outscored Rainier 36-13 in the second half to cruise to a 64-33 win in a Central 2B League boys basketball game here on Friday night.

Jordan Purvis led Napavine with 21 points. Cade Evander recorded 14 points and nine rebounds and Dawson Stanley added 12 points.

Napavine shot 42 percent from the field while Rainier managed just 25 percent shooting. The Tigers also won the rebounding battle, 48-33.

It was 16-10 Napavine after one quarter and 28-20 Tigers at halftime before the big second half.

“It was a solid win. We kind of sputtered offensively in the second quarter,” Napavine coach Rex Stanley said. “We were able to get some turnovers in the second half and get our offense going in the second half.”

Napavine ends the season 16-4 overall and 13-3 in league games. The Tigers tied with Morton-White Pass for the No. 3 seed out of the C2BL, and a coin flip on Saturday will determine seeding. Both teams will begin the district tournament on Wednesday.  

At Kalama

INDIANS 65, CHINOOKS 50

Toledo 19 11 21 14 —65

Kalama 9 16 13 10 —50

Toledo (65) — Wood 6, Arceo-Hansen 11, Arroyo 6, D. Marcil 2, R. Wallace 25, Malunat 3, W. Wallace 11, Schaplow 1

FG: 25 of 55 —.455 FT: 8 of 15 —.533 Reb. 38 (Arceo-Hansen, W. Wallace 8)

Kalama (50) — Brandenberg 1, Dyer 14, Ross 9, Vandenberg 6, Keithly 7, Lindsey 2, Terhorst 8, Mercer 3

FG: 17 of 41 —.415 FT: 7 of 15 —.467 Reb. 25

 

At Randle

TIMBERWOLVES 62, LOGGERS 25

Onalaska      9  3  2 11 —25

Morton-WP 15 13 19 15 —62

Onalaska (25) — Haight 11, Lawrence 4, Pannkuk 2, Cooper 2, Allison 4, T. Lawrence 2

FG: 7 of 30 —.233 FT: 5 of 15 —.333 Reb. 14 (Frazier 4)

Morton-White Pass (62) — Morris, Rashoff 9, Gillispie 11, Lewis 3, Young 2, Poquette 16, Storey 15, Higdon 2, Salguero 3

FG: 25 of 43 —.581 FT: 10 of 14 —.714 Reb. 30 (Poquette 7)

 

At Adna

PIRATES 86, TROJANS 49

Pe Ell 8 12  14 15 —49

Adna 26 25 13 22 —86

Pe Ell (49) — Cox 10, Shepherd 9, McCalden 14, G. Bush 14, Prestegord 2

FG: 19 of 46 —.413 FT: 11 of 19 —.578 Reb: N/A

Adna (86) — Young 13, Minkoff 2, Mauer 6, Apperson 2, Davis 21, Weed 11, Moon 5, Metzenberg 6, Thornberg 20

FG: 32 of 69 —.463 FT: 8 of 9 —.888 Reb: N/A

 

At Winlock

DUCKS 64, CARDINALS 49

Toutle Lake 14 4 16  28 —64

Winlock       17 8 10  14 —49

Toutle Lake (64) — Jorgenson 2, Swanson 19, Hoff 8, Ri. Moss 5, Vetter 4, Ry. Moss 1, Adams 19, Grabenhorst 6

FG: 19 of 40 —.475 FT: 23 of 31 —.741 Reb: 40

Winlock (49) — Whitehead 6, Cline 7, Ni. Patching 10, Richendollar 2, No. Patching 5, Hall 13, Coleman 6

FG: 17 of 68 —.250 FT: 8 of 14 —.571 Reb: 32 (Hall 8)

 

At Rainier

TIGERS 64, MOUNTAINEERS 33

Napavine 16 12 18 18 —64

Rainier     10 10  6  7 —33

Napavine (64) — Purvis 21, Kinswa 9 Lantz 3, D. Stanley 12, P. Stanley 2, Subitch 3, Evander 14

FG: 27 of 63 —.428 FT: 6 of 12 —.500 Reb: 48 (Evander 9)

Rainier (33) — MacFarland 2, Gehrke 2, DuCharme 10, Coleman 6, Eygabroad 3, Ashby 8, Travis 2

FG: 14 of 55 —.254 FT: 4 of 8 —.500 Reb: 33

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