Friday’s Girls Basketball: W.F. West Fends Off Edmonds-Woodway

By The Chronicle

SNOHOMISH — Drea Brumfield and Madi Haakenson each recorded a double-double to lead the Lady Bearcats to a 70-57 win over Edmonds-Woodway in the Top of the Peak Tournament at Glacier Peak High School here on Friday.

Brumfield scored 18 points and grabbed 16 rebounds and Haakenson added 14 points and 11 rebounds. Annika Waring led all scorers with 25 points and was close to a double-double with eight rebounds.

Adrienne Polling scored 24 points and Maddie McMahon chipped in 10 points for the Warriors.

The game was won on the glass, with the Bearcats grabbing 65 rebounds while the Warriors only had 26 rebounds. W.F. West also shot 34 percent from the field while holding Edmonds-Woodway to 28 percent shooting.

W.F. West led 22-13 after one quarter but the Warriors bounced back to win the second quarter and trail just 38-34 at halftime. The Lady Bearcats kept their distance from the Warriors in the second half, outscoring Edmonds-Woodway 30-23 to preserve the win.

W.F. West (4-4) wraps up the Top of the Peak Tournament against Peninsula at 11:45 a.m. on Saturday in Snohomish.

Onalaska Fends Off South Bend

PE ELL — Carmen Cleveland-Barrera recorded another double-double to lead Onalaska to a 44-40 win over South Bend in a girls basketball game at the Pe Ell Tournament here on Friday.

Carmen scored 11 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and Alex Cleveland-Barrera scored seven points and had a team-high 13 rebounds.

Callie Lawrence led all scorers with 15 points and had eight assists for the Lady Loggers.

Jessica Sanchez and Karley Reidinger each scored 14 points for South Bend.

South Bend shot 20 percent from the field while Onalaska shot 47 percent and won the rebounding battle, 53-42.

Onalaska led 13-9 after one quarter, but the Indians regrouped and gained a 22-20 lead at halftime.

It was a close third quarter with South Bend leading 33-32 going into the fourth quarter. The Lady Loggers figured it out in the final frame, scoring 12 points and holding off South Bend down the stretch for the win.

Onalaska coach Dracy McCoy was pleased with the performance of Eryn Duryea throughout the tournament, commending her defensive performance.

Onalaska (7-3) hosts Mossyrock next Friday in a Central 2B League contest.

Beavers Overcome Early Deficit to Defeat Chimacum

TACOMA — Tenino’s Kaylee and Ashley Schow combined to score 41 points to help the Beavers earn a 57-41 win in a girls basketball game at the Charles Wright Holiday Tournament here on Friday.

Kaylee Schow recorded a double-double with 28 points and 10 rebounds. Ashley Schow scored 13 points and Rhian Mathis added 10 points.

Mia McNair scored 26 points for the Cowboys.

The big difference in the game was the second and third quarters. Chimacum led 16-11 after one quarter, but the Beavers changed their defense and dominated the second quarter for a 29-23 lead at halftime.

Tenino scored 20 points in the third quarter to pull away and cruise to the win in the fourth.

“I think we played well for three quarters. They did a great job stepping up in that second quarter with the change of tempo defensively,” Tenino coach Brandi Thomas said.

Tenino (8-3) faces the winner of Steilacoom and Charles Wright Academy at 4:45 p.m. in the championship game of the Charles Wright Holiday Tournament on Saturday in Tacoma.

Schaplow’s 30 Helps Toledo Defeat Kittitas

ELLENSBURG — Kal Schaplow scored 30 points to lead Toledo to a 60-33 win over Kittitas in a non-league girls basketball game at Central Washington University here on Friday.

Schaplow made four shots from behind the arc and was able to get to the basket to help her reach 30 points.

“We’ve been waiting for her to hit the 30 mark. She’s a scorer,” Toledo coach Brian Layton said. “We think she can get 30 almost every night.”

Emma Cline-Maier came off the bench and scored 12 points, including eight points in the second quarter. Haleigh Holmes grabbed five rebounds and tallied four points.

Kelby Svendsen and Nyah Escobar each recorded nine points to lead the Coyotes.

Toledo held Kittitas to under 10 points in each quarter. The Indians led 33-17 at halftime and kept their foot on the gas in the second half, outscoring the Coyotes 27-16.

Toledo (7-3, 1-0) faces Cle Elum at noon in Ellensburg in a non-league game.

Seagulls Fly Past Tigers

LAKEWOOD — Centralia struggled offensively in the first half and could never recover, falling to Everett 59-36 in a girls basketball game at the Cougar Holiday Tournament here on Friday.

Kennedy Strophy led the Tigers with 11 points and six rebounds. Danika Jensen scored seven points and grabbed eight rebounds.

Ella Sylvester led all scorers with 18 points and Morgan Carter added 14 points for the Seagulls.

Everett made 22 out of 54 field goal attempts while Centralia made just 12 of 35 field goals.

Everett led 15-6 after one quarter and Centralia scored just four points in the second quarter to trail 20-10 at halftime. The Seagulls poured it on in the second half, outscoring the Tigers 39-26 to cruise to the win.

“We played a lot better the second half, things slowed down for us. We just were not doing things in that first half, we couldn’t hit a shot,” Centralia coach Doug Ashmore said. “We battled back in the third and fourth, made some shots and did some things right. We just dug ourselves too big a hole.”

Centralia (2-7) hosts North Kitsap on Wednesday in a non-league game.

Trojans Toppled by Rainier

PE ELL — The Trojans fell in their home tournament to Rainier by a score of 50-26 here on Friday night in a non-league girls basketball game.

Pe Ell failed to notch more than nine points in any quarter on their way to defeat, although they did best the Mountaineers 8-6 in the third frame.

“It was an 11-point lead going into the fourth, which we were doing some good things,” said Pe Ell coach Chris Phelps. “I thought defensively we played solid we just couldn’t help the helper. And when we failed to move defensively they always found the open man.”

Rainier was led in scoring by Kaeley Schultz who posted a game-high 11 points.

Sarysa Cox paced Pe Ell with nine points thanks to 14 free throw attempts. Charlie Carper added eight points and a team-high six rebounds.

“Offensively right now we’re just trying to find rhythm. Our goal tonight was to get to the rim and get to the foul line which we were able to do better tonight than in past games,” said Phelps, who lamented that only eight of those 23 freebies fell. “We’ve just got to get healthy and knock some shots down.”

Pe Ell (2-7, 2-5 league) will host Willapa Valley on Jan. 3 in a Pacific 2B League game.

T-Wolves Struggle Shooting in Loss to Castle Rock

MORTON — Morton-White Pass shot just 15 percent from the field to fall to Castle Rock 43-31 in a non-league girls basketball game here on Friday.

Jacie Dunlap scored 15 points to lead all scorers. Hannah Smathers scored four points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Kaylen Collette chipped in four points and seven rebounds.

Zoe Naugle recorded 13 points to lead Castle Rock and Brooke Wirkkala tallied 11 points.

Morton-White Pass made just nine field goals and was outrebounded by Castle Rock 41-30.

The Rockets led 14-10 after one quarter and each team scored seven points in the second quarter for a 21-17 Castle Rock lead at intermission.

Morton-White Pass kept it close in the second half but couldn’t mount a comeback as Castle Rock held on for the win.

“All things considered, it was a much better effort tonight We played with a lot more energy and intensity. It was a good tight ball game the whole way through,” MWP coach Tom Griffith said. “We got our field goal attempts from last night. The shots are there and we were getting good looks but struggled shooting the ball.”

MWP (1-9, 0-1) hosts Rainier in Randle next Friday before hosting Onalaska in Morton next Saturday in a makeup Central 2B League game.

At Snohomish

BEARCATS 70, WARRIORS 57

Edmonds-Woodway 13 21 10 13 —57

W.F. West 22 18 13 17 —70

Edmonds-Woodway (57) — Dasalla-Good 2, Fosberg 7, Kearney 4, McMahon 10, Okullu 2, Polling 24, Reijonen 8

FG: 16 of 56 —.286 FT: 21 of 27 —.778 Reb: 26

W.F. West (70) — Akins 4, Bennett 2, Brumfield 18, M. Haakenson 14, S. Haakenson 4, Vadala 3, Waring 25

FG: 26 of 75 —.347 FT: 14 of 19 —.737 Reb: 65 (Brumfield 16, M. Haakenson 11)

At Pe Ell

LOGGERS 44, INDIANS 40

Onalaska 13 7 12 12 —44

South Bend 9 13 11 7 —40

Onalaska (44) — Duryea 7, Sabin 4, Lawrence 15, A. Cleveland-Barrera 7, C. Cleveland-Barrera 11

FG: 16 of 34 —.47 FT: 10 of 20 —.500 Reb: 53 (A. Cleveland-Barrera 13, C. Cleveland-Barrera 12)

South Bend (40) — Byington 5, Medina 2, Sanchez 14, Reidinger 14, Rohr 5

FG: 12 of 58 —.206 FT: 9 of 18 —.500 Reb: 42

At Ellensburg

INDIANS 60, COYOTES 33

Kittitas 9 8 9 7 —33

Toledo 16 17 14 13 —60

Kittitas (33) — Mohn 4, Allphin 5, Svendsen 9, Hyatt, Bare 2, Baker 4, Graham, Sanchez, Hunter, Escobar 9

FG: N/A FT: 4 of 10 —.400 Reb: 24

Toledo (60) — K. Holmes 6, Madill 2, Cline-Maier 12, H. Holmes 4, Clark, Smith 4, Schaplow 30, Spahr 2, Rodriguez, Murphy, Dillon

FG: 25 of 54 —.462 FT: 4 of 9 —.444 Reb: 24 (H. Holmes 5)

At Lakewood

SEAGULLS 59, TIGERS 36

Everett 15 5 17 22 —59

Centralia 6 4 11 15 —36

Everett (59) — Larson 8, Johnson 7, Thompson 6, Carter 14, Sylvester 18, Parrish 3, Jameson 3

FG: 22 of 54 —.407 FT: 8 of 12 —.666 Reb: N/A

Centralia (36) — Sharp 3, Jensen 7, Porter 3, Kaut 4, Gerringer 1, Corwin 4, Studeman 2, Erickson 1, Strophy 11

FG: 12 of 35 —.342 FT: 10 of 20 —.500 Reb: 31 (Jensen 8, Strophy 6)

At Tacoma

BEAVERS 57, COWBOYS 41

Chimacum 16 7 7 11 —41

Tenino 11 18 20 8 —57

Chimacum (41) — Yaley 7, Nordberg 2, Dowling 2, Young 2, McNair 26, Haralson 2

FG: 10 of 32 —.312 FT: 0 of 2 —.000 Reb: N/A

Tenino (57) — M. Letts 4, C. Letts 2, Mathis 10, A. Schow 13, K. Schow 28

FG: 18 of 55 —.327 FT: 9 of 23 —.391 Reb: 28 (K. Schow 10)

At Pe Ell

MOUNTAINEERS 50, TROJANS 26

Rainier 9 17 6 18 —50

Pe Ell 4 9 8 5 —26

Rainier (50) — Hansen 3, Schultz 11, Boesch 10, Diamond 6, Neimei 2, Holmes 4, Miles 10, Spivey 4

FG: 21 of 59 —.355 FT: 5 of 13 —.384 Reb: 32

Pe Ell (26) — Ward 4, Traffic 1, Baldwin 4, Cox 9, Carper 8

FG: 9 of 35 —.257 FT: 8 of 23 —.347 Reb: 27 (Carper 6)

At Morton

ROCKETS 43, T-WOLVES 31

Castle Rock 14 7 11 11 —43

Morton-WP 10 7 8 6 —31

Castle Rock (43) — Wirkkala 11, Anderson 4, Keeling 9, Naugle 13, Ogden 2, Pelletier 1, Sullivan 3

FG: 15 of 49 —.306 FT: 11 of 24 —.458 Reb: 41 (Naugle 14, Pelletier 9)

Morton-White Pass (31) — Dunlap 15, E. Hampton 4, Townsend 4, Collette 4, Smathers 4

FG: 9 of 59 —.153 FT: 13 of 24 —.542 Reb: 30 (Smathers 10, Collette 7)

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