Friday’s Girls Basketball: Schow Sisters Lead Tenino Past Montesano

By The Chronicle

MONTESANO — Ashley and Kaylee Schow combined to score 34 points to lead Tenino to a 53-44 win over Montesano in a 1A Evergreen League girls basketball game here on Friday.

Ashley Schow had a double-double with 16 points and 16 rebounds and Kaylee Schow added 18 points.

Paige Lisherness recorded 14 points, Glory Grubb had 12 points and Zoee Lisherness added 11 points for the Bulldogs.

Each team struggled offensively in the first quarter but Tenino scored 16 points in the second quarter for a 20-17 lead at halftime. The Beavers came out strong in the third quarter and gained a 8-point lead and was able to hang on in the fourth quarter to secure the win.

“They played really well. Overall, it was a great team win from start to finish,” Tenino coach Brandi Thomas said. “Their effort was amazing. We played a full four quarters, that’s something we’ve been talking about. I couldn’t be more proud of them.”

Tenino (11-3, 2-0) travels to Elma on Wednesday for a league matchup.

Black Hills Fights Off Centralia

TUMWATER — The Tigers dug a hole early and could never quite climb out of it, falling to Black Hills 59-37 in an Evergreen 2A Conference girls basketball game here on Friday.

Centralia scored just three points in the first quarter and trailed 32-13 at halftime. The Tigers won the third quarter 15-7, but Black Hills scored 20 points in the final frame to shut the door on a comeback.

“We had shots, we had looks, we’re struggling to put the ball in the hole,” Centralia coach Doug Ashmore said. “ We won the third. We were down 19 and we come out and we win the quarter at Black Hills. Some shots fell for us.”

Danika Jensen scored four points to go along with seven rebounds. Madelinn Corwin led the Tigers with eight points and Carissa Kaut and Kennedy Strophy each chipped in seven points.

Mia Flores scored 11 points to lead Black Hills and Paige Corbin added 10 points.

Ashmore was pleased with the play of Strophy and Corwin tonight, playing against the taller post players of Black Hills and playing well.

Centralia (2-9, 0-1) hosts Tumwater on Tuesday in an EvCo game.

Napavine Prevails in Battle of the Tigers

NAPAVINE — Chloe Stewart scored 16 points to help lead Napavine to a 47-39 win over Battle Ground in a non-league girls basketball game here on Friday.

Sydney Purvis added 14 points and coach Shane Schutz noted the solid play from Purvis and Stewart against Battle Ground.

Megan Geiger led Battle Ground with 19 points.

Napavine jumped out to a 10-4 lead after one quarter and kept it going in the second quarter for a 21-10 lead at halftime. Battle Ground won the second half 29-26 but it wasn’t enough to come from behind for the win.

Napavine (4-8, 1-1) hosts Toutle Lake on Wednesday in a C2BL game.

Mules Crush Winlock 68-21

CATHLAMET — The top-ranked Mules ran out to a 20-point lead in the first quarter and cruised here Friday night in a 68-21 Central 2B League girls hoops win over Winlock.

Macie Elliott led Wahkiakum (10-1) with 20 points. Ellie Leitz added 19.

The Mules are currently ranked No. 1 on the WIAA’s RPI board.

“Everybody can shoot, everybody passes well, and they’re all hungry for the basketball,” Winlock coach Tori Nelson said. “They do a lot of things well.”

Paige Mace added 14 for Wahkiakum, which shot 55 percent (30 of 55) from the field.

Freshman Addison Hall led Winlock with 13 points, but the Cardinals trailed 45-6 at halftime.

“We limited our turnovers to seven in the second half,” Nelson pointed out, “but we didn’t get to the line tonight (6 of 9) like we normally do, and the turnovers were a massive factor.”

Winlock (2-9, 0-3 league) hosts Morton-White Pass on Tuesday night.

Indians Blow Out Toutle Lake 58-18

TOLEDO — The Indians held Toutle Lake to just two points in both the first and third quarters and cruised here Friday night in a 58-18 Central 2B League girls hoops win.

Stacie Spahr scored 14 with five rebounds, and Kal Schaplow added 12 with five boards to lead the Indians. Kyleigh Holmes chipped in 10 points.

“We came out and played really good defense, and then we had a lot of people scoring,” Toledo coach Brian Layton said. “When we have a lot of people scoring, we’re pretty tough.”

Toledo shot 44 percent (24 of 55) from the field, while Toutle Lake was just 6 of 37.

Toledo (9-3, 2-0 league) plays at Kalama on Tuesday.

Schultz Leads Rainier Past MWP

RANDLE — Kaeley Schultz scored 23 points with 16 rebounds to lead Rainier in a 51-32 win over Morton-White Pass here Friday in C2BL girls hoops action.

Jacie Dunlap and Hannah Smathers each scored 10 for MWP, with Smathers adding six rebounds.

The Mountaineers, however, ran out to a 15-0 lead, and the Timberwolves could never quite fight their way back into the game.

Schultz, a 5-foot-10 freshman guard, was a big factor, MWP coach Tom Griffith said.

“(She’s) a good one,” Griffith said. “She’s a lefty and she sees the floor really well. You can concentrate on her and finally get her to pick up her dribble, and then she makes a good pass to someone (for an open shot).”

The Mountaineers, which won two games last year, improved to 11-1 with the win.

MWP (1-10, 0-2 league) hosts Onalaska on Saturday night in Morton.

Pirates Double Up Kalama

ADNA — A pair of freshmen led the way as Adna beat Kalama, 60-30, here Friday in C2BL girls hoops action.

Freshmen Kaylin Todd and Faith Wellander have both been moved into the starting lineup due to injuries, Pirate coach Chris Bannish said, and the pair came up big on Friday. Todd scored a game-high 12 points, while Wellander added nine.

Payton Aselton notched 11 points with 18 rebounds for Adna, and Ellie Sliva and Morgan Trotter each added nine points.

Adna (7-3, 2-0 league) hosts Concordia Christian Academy on Saturday.

Mossyrock Slips Past Onalaska

MOSSYROCK — Heather Edgar scored 18 points and Mossyrock topped Onalaska, 57-50, here Friday in C2BL girls hoops action.

Andee Nelson added 15 points for Mossyrock, which took advantage of the Loggers going just 4 of 21 from the foul line.

Mossyrock led 28-22 at halftime, and Faith Mulligan hit three straight 3-pointers in the third quarter to spark the Vikings.

“We played really well as a team tonight,” Mossyrock coach Autumn Moorcroft said. “We didn’t have a game all break so I really challenged my girls to come out ready to play.”

Carmen Cleveland-Barrera led Onalaska with 20 points, and Callie Lawrence added 14 for the Loggers.

Mossyrock (4-4, 2-1 league) will host W.F. West’s JV on Saturday. Onalaska (7-4) plays MWP in Morton on Saturday.

Freshman Leads Tumwater Past Rochester

TUMWATER — Freshman Aubrey Amendala led Tumwater with 28 points, and the Thunderbirds pulled away in the second half to beat Rochester 63-43 here Friday night in Evergreen 2A Conference girls basketball action.

Tumwater led 28-22 at halftime, but won the second half 35-21 with a 10-point advantage in the final stanza.

“I was pleased with how we played,” Rochester coach Davina Serdahl said. “We played really well, I’d say, for three quarters of the game, especially for having two weeks off.”

Sophia Koelsch added 12 for the Thunderbirds, who improved to 10-1 with the win.

Paige Winter led Rochester with 12 points and added nine rebounds. Lexi Jones-Sederberg chipped in with 10 points and 10 rebounds, and Madison Bates scored 11.

Rochester (6-4, 0-1 league) plays at Orting on Saturday.

At Montesano

BEAVERS 53, BULLDOGS 44

Tenino 4 16 17 16 —53

Montesano 4 13 12 15 —44

Tenino (53) — M. Letts 4, C. Letts 7, Mathis 6, A. Schow 16, Hunter 2, K. Schow 18

FG: 22 of 45 —.488 FT: 6 of 16 —.375 Reb: 39 (A. Schow 16)

Montesano (44) — Ekerson 7, Grubb 12, Z. Lisherness 11, P. Lisherness 14

FG: 14 of 30 —.466 FT: 7 of 11 —.636 Reb: N/A

At Tumwater

WOLVES 59, TIGERS 37

Centralia 3 10 15 9 —37

Black Hills 16 16 7 20 —59

Centralia (37) — Sharp 5, Jensen 4, Hawley 3, Porter 3, Kaut 7, Corwin 8, Strophy 7

FG: 14 of 39 —.358 FT: 7 of 14 —.500 Reb: 26 (Jensen 7)

Black Hills (59) — River 6, Bender 9, Lee 1, Corbin 10, Flores 11, Sayahod 6, Greenfield 7, Thoemmes 2, Bovenkamp 7

FG: 23 of 71 —.323 FT: 9 of 21 —.428 Reb: 35

At Napavine

N. TIGERS 47, BG. TIGERS 39

Battle Ground 4 6 16 13 —39

Napavine 10 11 14 12 —47

Battle Ground (39) — Geiger 19, Meyer 5, Adams 9, Whitten 2, Burnett 2, Talkington 2

FG: 15 of 47 —.319 FT: 6 of 10 —.600 Reb: N/A

Napavine (47) — Beeson 1, Sisson 8, Stewart 16, Marcial 8, Purvis 14

FG: 15 of 53 —.283 FT: 11 of 19 —.578 Reb: N/A

At Randle

MOUNTAINEERS 51, TIMBERWOLVES 32

Rainier 15 14 12 10 —51

Morton-WP 6 8 9 9 —32

Rainier (51) — Hansen 2, Schultz 23, Boesch 2, Diamond 4, Holmes 8, Miles 10, Spivey 2

FG: 22 of 52 —.423 FT: 7 of 13 —.538 Reb. 36 (Schultz 16)

Morton-White Pass (32) — Dunlap 10, E. Hampton 5, Collette 5, Smathers 10, Davis 2

FG: 12 of 59 —.203 FT: 5 of 17 —.294 Reb. 25 (Smathers 6)

At Adna

PIRATES 60, CHINOOKS 30

Kalama 4 6 10 10 —30

Adna 12 10 23 15 —60

Kalama (30) — Settles 6, Given 2, Stemkoski 6, Olson 4, Johnson 2, Rocha 8, Tenoko 2

FG: 11 of 50 —.220 FT: 4 of 13 —.308 Reb. N/A

Adna (60) — Bower 3, El. Sliva 9, Todd 12, Wellander 9, Aselton 11, White 2, Meister 3, Smith 2, Trotter 9

FG: 24 of 60 —.400 FT: 8 of 24 —.334 Reb. 41 (Aselton 18)

At Mossyrock

VIKINGS 57, LOGGERS 50

Onalaska 14 8 14 14 —50

Mossyrock 14 14 14 15 —57

Onalaska (50) — Duryea 2, Sabin 8, Lawrence 14, A. Cleveland-Barrera 6, C. Cleveland Barrera 20

FG: 22 of 54 —.407 FT: 4 of 21 —.190 Reb: N/A

Mossyrock (57) — Mulligan 9, Nelson 15, Vigre 5, Brockway 2, Edgar 18, Lovan 8

FG: 25 of 64 —.390 FT: 12 of 24 —.500 Reb: 29 (Edgar 10)

At Cathlamet

MULES 68, CARDINALS 21

Winlock 2 4 7 8 —21

Wahkiakum 22 23 16 7 —68

Winlock (21) — K. Jones 1, Allbritton 5, Hall 13, J. Jones 2

FG: 7 of 33 —.212 FT: 6 of 9 —.667 Reb. 25 (K. Jones 9)

Wahkiakum (68) — Fluckiger 5, Ashe 2, Mace 14, Elliott 20, Merz 4, Leitz 19, A. Watkins 2, K. Watkins 2

FG: 30 of 55 —.545 FT: 2 of 5 —.400 Reb. 32

At Toledo

INDIANS 58, DUCKS 18

Toutle Lake 2 5 2 9 —18

Toledo 18 17 16 7 —58

Toutle Lake (18) — Donald 2, Grabenhorst 4, Wentz 3, Bennett, Byman, Lender, Hald 2, Studebaker 7, King

FG: 6 of 37 —.162 FT: 1 of 2 —.500 Reb. 18

Toledo (58) — K. Holmes 10, Madill, Cline-Maier 2, Tauscher 3, H. Holmes 4, Clark 3, Smith 4, Schaplow 12, Spahr 14, Rodriguez, Langhaim 6, Murphy, Dillon

FG: 24 of 55 —.436 FT: 9 of 14 —.642 Reb. 15 (Schaplow, Spahr 5)

At Tumwater

THUNDERBIRDS 63, WARRIORS 43

Rochester 12 10 12 9 —43

Tumwater 13 15 16 19 —63

Rochester (43) — Bates 11, M. Elkins 3, Jones-Sederberg 10, Winter 12, Sand 4, E. Elkins 2

FG: 14 of 44 —.318 FT: 11 of 15 —.733 Reb. 34 (Winter 9, Jones-Sederberg 10)

Tumwater (63) — Koelsch 12, Cunningham 2, Sumrok 6, Bailon 5, Amendala 28, Lund 5, Borovec 2, Kaufman 2

FG: N/A FT: 2 of 7 —.285 Reb. N/A

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