Saturday’s 2B Girls BB: Tigers Stay Perfect in League With Win Over MWP

Napavine High School guard Mollie Olson, right, drives for a shot Saturday against Morton-White Pass High School defenders in Napavine.

C2BL: Napavine Thumps Timberwolves; Toledo, Adna, Ony Grab League Wins

NAPAVINE — The Tigers held Morton-White Pass to just 5 points in the second half and had little trouble in a 56-16 Central 2B League win here Saturday.

Melissa Lee scored 15 of her game-high 23 points in the first half, and Napavine led 36-11 at halftime.

Mollie Olson added 20 points, with 13 in the first half, for the Tigers.

Sierra Dotson and Belen Salguero each scored 5 for MWP.

The win improves Napavine to 14-0 in Central 2B League play and 17-1 overall. The Tigers can wrap up the Central 2B League title at home on Tuesday, with Onalaska visiting, and close out the regular season on Thursday at home with Rainier.

Morton-White Pass (11-7, 9-5 league) plays at Adna on Tuesday and closes out the regular season at home with Onalaska on Thursday.

 

Toledo Blows Past Rival Winlock

TOLEDO — The Indians scored 26 points in the first quarter and put away Winlock, 60-20, on Saturday night in a Central 2B League rivalry girls basketball game.

Toledo led 26-6 after a quarter and 40-10 at halftime.

“That was our goal going into the game. We haven’t really come out with a real focus and intensity,” Toledo coach Brian Layton said. “We really did that yesterday, and it was great to see.”

Anna Tauscher and Kal Schaplow each scored 15 to lead Toledo, while Cheleena Squibb led Winlock with 7 points.

Stacie Spahr (3 points, five rebounds) was a standout for the Indians, Layton added.

“She did great down low,” he said. “She really went after the offensive rebounds and played well, and Ally Bacon’s defense got us started.”

Toledo (12-6, 10-4 league) hosts Toutle Lake on Tuesday. Winlock (2-16, 1-13 league) plays at Mossyrock on Tuesday.

 

Pirates Lock Down Rainier, 56-20

RAINIER — Adna started off a bit slow, but picked up the pace in the second quarter for a 56-20 win over Rainier here Saturday in C2BL girls basketball action.

Emily Sliva recorded a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds, and Tyas Pannette added 12 points for the Pirates.

Adna led 15-2 after a quarter, then scored 24 points in the second frame to lead 39-12 at halftime.

“We didn’t get off to a very good start. We had to call a quick timeout early,” Adna coach Chris Bannish said. “It took us a while to wake up, but once we did we had a pretty good second quarter.”

Sliva, Bannish added, was a bright spot, and Abby Kruger had a solid outing.

“We’re starting to get some scoring inside here lately, so hopefully that’ll carry on into the playoffs for us,” he said.

Adna (10-8, 8-6 league) hosts Morton-White Pass for senior night on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

 

Vint Leads Loggers Past Pe Ell

ONALASKA — Alicia Vint played a solid game on senior night, helping Onalaska to a 57-46 win over Pe Ell in C2BL girls basketball action.

Vint scored 11 points with five assists and five steals, and the Loggers outscored Pe Ell 14-3 in the third quarter to pull away after a 28-28 halftime tie.

Onalaska’s Phoebe Rich hit a last-second shot to tie things up at the intermission.

“Then the girls just came out and really settled in and played hard the second half,” Logger coach Dracy McCoy said, noting that the lead reached 15 points at one juncture.

Vint also went 3 of 6 from long range, and the Loggers as a whole shot 8 of 18 from behind the arc.

Annika Mason led Pe Ell with 11 points, and Katie Davis added 10.

Carmen Cleveland-Barrera led Onalaska with 12 points.

Onalaska (7-11, 6-8 league) plays Tuesday at Napavine. Pe Ell (4-13, 4-10 league) plays at Rainier on Tuesday.

 

Mossyrock Falls to Kalama

KALAMA — The Vikings had a rough shooting night and couldn’t get past Kalama in a 42-31 Central 2B League girls basketball loss here Saturday.

Paige Moorcroft paced Mossyrock with 11 points and seven rebounds, but the Vikings shot 10 of 52 from the field (19 percent) and scored just 3 points in the fourth quarter.

“It just wasn’t our night. Nothing could really go for us,” Mossyrock coach Autumn Moorcroft said. “The ball wouldn’t go in the bucket, we had a ton of turnovers and we just couldn’t battle back from it. It was just a mental block for us.”

Ryann Bailey led Kalama with 13 points.

Mossyrock (13-4, 10-4 league) hosts Winlock on Tuesday.

 

At Napavine

TIGERS 56, TIMBERWOLVES 16

Morton-WP 6   5   2   3 —16

Napavine  18 18 10 10 —56

Morton-White Pass (16) — Hampton 3, Smathers 3, Dotson 5, Salguero 5 

FG: N/A FT: 5 of 11 —.454 Reb. N/A

Napavine (56) — Beeson, Sisson 1, Fagerness, Sevilla 5, Stewart, Olson 20, Snaza 5, Evander 2, Lee 23

FG: N/A FT: 12 of 24 —.500 Reb. N/A

 

At Toledo

INDIANS 60, CARDINALS 20

Winlock 6 4 6 4 —20

Toledo 26 14 11 9 —60

Winlock (20) — K. Jones 5, Allbritton 4, Wolfe, Lofberg 2, Squibb 7, Camps, J. Jones 2

FG: N/A FT: 9 of 20 —.450 Reb. 21

Toledo (60) — Bacon 5, Richardson 8, Tauscher 15, K. Holmes 2, Ewers 8, Tyner 2, Schaplow 15, Spahr 3, Madill, Cline-Maier 2

FG: N/A FT: 8 of 16 —.500 Reb. 25 (Tyner 6, Richardson, Spahr 5)

 

At Rainier

PIRATES 56, MOUNTAINEERS 20

Adna  15 24 14  3 —56

Rainier 2 10   0  8 —20

Adna (56) — El. Sliva 2, Em. Sliva 14, Kruger 9, Pannette 12, Kennedy 2, Aselton 9, Foster 5, Meister 3

FG: 20 of 69 —.290 FT: 12 of 27 —.444 Reb. 38 (Em. Sliva 10)

Rainier — Hansen 6, Guizzetti 4, Champlin 2, Miles 6, Spivey 2

FG: 9 of 42 —.214 FT: 2 of 5 —.400 Reb. 35

 

At Onalaska

LOGGERS 57, TROJANS 46

Pe Ell      18 10   3 15 —46

Onalaska 13 15 14 15 —57

Pe Ell (46) — Justice 13, Davis 10, Mason 11, Elliott 2, Nacht 4, Ward 6

FG: 17 of 61 —.279 FT: 6 of 22 —.272 Reb. N/A

Onalaska (57) — Rich 9, Vint 11, Duryea 7, Sabin 6, Morris 3, Barrera 12, Bogar 9

FG: 21 of 54 —.388 FT: 7 of 20 —.350 Reb. 32 (Barrera 7)

 

At Kalama

CHINOOKS 42, VIKINGS 31

Mossyrock 8 10  9   3 —31

Kalama       9 12 12 9 —42

Mossyrock (31) — Fried 4, Grose 8, Hadaller 2, Moorcroft 11, Edgar 4, A. Nelson 2

FG: 10 of 52 —.192 FT: 9 of 19 —.474 Reb. 25 (Nelson, Moorcroft 7)

Kalama (42) — Tabor 4, Sykes 9, Wilson 8, Olson 2, Bailey 13, Tinoco 6

FG: 16 of 35 —.457 FT: 5 of 14 —.357 Reb. N/A

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