Saturday’s Boys Basketball: Evander Powers Tigers Past Mules

By The Chronicle

NAPAVINE — Cade Evander recorded a double-double to lead the Tigers in a 62-57 win over Wahkiakum in a Central 2B League boys basketball game here on Saturday.

Evander scored 42 points and grabbed 19 rebounds.

“It was a little bit of everywhere. He had a monster game,” Napavine coach Rex Stanley said. “We needed every one of them.”

Keith Olson added eight points and 13 rebounds for Napavine.

Luke Brown scored 20 points and Quentin Nelson chipped in 18 points for the Mules.

Napavine shot 44 percent from the field and outrebounded Wahkiakum 51-28.

The Tigers led 19-7 after one quarter and expanded the lead to 30-17 at halftime. Wahkiakum tried to mount a comeback by scoring 26 points in the fourth quarter, but Evander and the Tigers were able to hang on down the stretch.

Napavine (1-3, 1-0) travels to La Center on Tuesday for a non-league game.

Toledo Dominates Rainier

TOLEDO — Toledo scored 22 points in the first quarter and never looked back, earning a 54-29 win over Rainier in a Central 2B League boys basketball game here on Saturday.

Andreas Malunat led all scorers with 18 points. Westin Wallace and Hayden Farbo each added 10 points and Fano Arceo-Hansen grabbed a team-high eight rebounds.

Wyatt Coleman scored 10 points to lead Rainier.

The Indians led 22-8 after one quarter and kept the momentum going in the second quarter 33-17 at halftime.

Toledo outscored Rainier 21-9 in the second half to cruise to the win.

Toledo (6-1, 1-0) travels to Cathlamet on Tuesday to face the Mules in a Central 2B League game.

Metzenberg Dominant in Adna Win Over Onalaska

ADNA — Onalaska had no answer for Lyle Metzenberg here on Saturday as the Pirates won 60-41 in a Central 2B League boys basketball game.

Metzenberg scored 25 points and grabbed 17 rebounds. He also had five blocks and four steals.

“He rose to the challenge. We were asking him to be more aggressive and he was,” Adna coach Luke Salme said. “He can be a very effective 6’5 post for us. I hope we get used to him putting up numbers like that once in a while.”

Trevor Minkoff tallied 15 points for the Pirates. Ashton Haight scored 10 points to lead the Loggers.

The Pirates shot 42 percent from the field compared to the Loggers 37 percent shooting.

Adna led 10-6 after one quarter and added to the lead in the second quarter for a 24-15 lead at intermission.

It was more of the same in the second half, with the Pirates outscoring the Loggers 36-27.

“I’m happy with it. It’s a different head coach but they are still playing the same way,” Salme said. “They defend their butts off. We won each by four to six points and that’s what we were hoping for.”

Adna (4-1, 1-0) hits the road to face Rainier on Tuesday while Onalaska (4-3, 0-1) hosts Winlock on Tuesday in a C2BL contest.

Morton-White Pass Takes Down Winlock

WINLOCK — Morton-White Pass played well in the fourth quarter to secure a 49-40 win over Winlock in a Central 2B League boys basketball game here on Saturday.

Kaleb Rashoff led MWP with 15 points and Hayden Young added 10 points.

Bryce Cline led all scorers with 16 points for Winlock.

According to Winlock coach Nick Bamer, the difference came down to rebounding.

“They beat us on the glass. Offensive rebounds, that was the key to the game coming in. They wanted it a little more than we did, hats off to them,” Bamer said. “We did a pretty good job defensively at times. When we were sticking to the game plan, we did really well.”

Winlock led 12-7 after one quarter but MWP regrouped and won the second quarter and took a 20-18 lead at halftime.

The T-Wolves won the third quarter by one point, but took over the fourth quarter 15-9 to preserve the win.

Winlock (2-6, 0-1) travels to Onalaska on Tuesday while MWP (6-1, 1-0) hosts Kalama in Randle on Tuesday in a C2BL contest.

Kalama Cruises Past Mossyrock

MOSSYROCK — Mossyrock had trouble scoring on Saturday, falling to Kalama 71-25 in a Central 2B League boys basketball game.

Duece Kolb led the Vikings with 11 points.

Grant Vandenberg led all scorers with 16 points and Montego Mercer added 14 points for the Chinooks.

Kalama scored 27 points in the first quarter and held Mossyrock to single digit scoring in all four quarter to claim the victory.

“We did a lot better rebounding yesterday then we have all season. We blocked out much harder. It was the same story, we’re physically outmatched by everybody right now,” Mossyrock coach Jordan Hunter said. “We’re working toward some better games for us.”

Hunter was pleased to see the performance by Nick Fried, playing in his first basketball game in two years and contributing four points against the Chinooks.

Mossyrock (0-6, 0-1) hosts Toutle Lake on Tuesday in a C2BL game.

Hawks Edge Tigers

LACEY — Michael Ajoge recorded a double-double for the Tigers, but it wasn’t enough as River Ridge won 67-60 in a non-league boys basketball game here on Saturday.

Ajoge scored 29 points and grabbed 15 rebounds. Malakai Emmons recorded 14 points.

“He played very well down low. We got the ball into the post and they really didn’t have an answer for him,” Centralia coach Kyle Donahue said. “He had a lot of points in the first half. We could have got the ball to him a little more in the second half. He rebounded very well and was a very good physical presence for us.”

Lamar Campbell had 22 points to lead River Ridge.

The big key was free throws, with the Tigers making just 5 of 22 shots from the charity stripe.

“They did not shoot the ball well in the first half. They made some threes in the second half,” Donahue said. “We got to the free throw line but couldn’t make them. That changed how the game went going down the stretch.”

It was all Tigers in the first half, as Centralia led by five after one quarter and stretched the lead to 39-26 at halftime. River Ridge scored 21 points in the third quarter and added 20 points in the fourth quarter while holding Centralia to just 21 total points in the second half to come from behind and earn the win.

Donahue noted the performance of Tyler Milton coming off the bench and scoring six points. He also noted the floor game by Garrett Strophy and the effort put forth by Emmons on Saturday.

Centralia (0-7) hits the road on Thursday to face North Thurston in a non-league game.

At Napavine

TIGERS 62, MULES 57

Wahkiakum 7 10 14 26 —57

Napavine 19 11 15 17 —62

Wahkiakum (57) — Brown 20, LaBerge 5, Carlson 6, Beery, Nelson 18, Leitz 3, Moon 5

FG: 20 of 64 —.312 FT: 4 of 5 —.800 Reb: 28

Napavine (62) — Demarest 6, Woodrum 6, Evander 42, Olson 8, Watts, Perz-Stewart

FG: 29 of 65 —.446 FT: 2 of 9 —.222 Reb: 51 (Evander 19, Olson 13)

At Toledo

INDIANS 54, MOUNTAINEERS 29

Rainier 8 9 5 4 —29

Toledo 22 11 13 8 —54

Rainier (29) — Sprouffske 2, Eygabroad 5, Nubbe 2, Coleman 10, MacFarland 5, Ronne 1, Honaker 4

FG: 12 of 41 —.292 FT: 5 of 14 —.357 Reb: N/A

Toledo (54) — Wood 2, Marcil 4, F. Areco-Hansen 5, Wallace 10, Farbo 10, Malunat 18, Schaplow 3, Soto 2

FG: 22 of 47 —.468 FT: 5 of 15 —.333 Reb: 35 (F. Arceo-Hansen 8)

At Adna

PIRATES 60, LOGGERS 41

Onalaska 6 9 14 13 —41

Adna 10 14 19 17 —60

Onalaska (41) — Dalsted 5, Whitehead 4, Frazier 8, Volk 3, Haight 10, Lawrence 5, Allison 7

FG: 17 of 45 —.377 FT: 3 of 7 —.428 Reb: N/A

Adna (60) — Apperson 8, Metzenberg 25, Minkoff 15, Ingle 4, Fay 8

FG: 24 of 56 —.428 FT: 11 of 17 —.647 Reb: 29 (Metzenberg 17)

At Winlock

T-WOLVES 49, CARDINALS 40

Morton-WP 7 13 14 15 —49

Winlock 12 6 13 9 —40

Morton-WP (49) — Rashoff 15, Martinez 2, Richards 6, Young 10, Dotson 4, G. Higdon 4, Tjelde 8

FG: N/A FT: N/A Reb: N/A

Winlock (40) — Garcia 5, Cline 16, Richendollar 4, Patching 9, Contreras 2, Suhrbier 3, Gonzalez 1

FG: N/A FT: N/A Reb: N/A

At Kalama

CHINOOKS 71, VIKINGS 25

Mossyrock 7 8 3 7 —25

Kalama 27 16 15 13 —71

Mossyrock (25) — Hilario-Garcia 3, Kolb 11, Weist 5, Fried 4, Gomez 2

FG: N/A FT: N/A Reb: N/A

Kalama (71) — Brandenburg 4, Ross 3, Keithley 5, Vandenberg 16, Mills 3, Terhorst 6, Mercer 14, Lucente 3, Esary 6, Wood 11

FG: N/A FT: N/A Reb: N/A

At Lacey

HAWKS 67, TIGERS 60

Centralia 18 21 11 10 —60

River Ridge 13 13 21 20 —67

Centralia (60) — Brown 4, Ajoge 29, Emmons 14, Crews 5, Strophy 2, Milton 6, Beairsto, Wass

FG: 26 of 54 —.481 FT: 5 of 22 —.227 Reb: 29 (Ajoge 15)

River Ridge (67) — Cannon 1, Campbell 22, Carroll 11, Owens 7, McPherson 2, Wilson 2, Parker 4, Hert 6, No 1, Callero 9

FG: 26 of 70 —.371 FT: 8 of 17 —.470 Reb: 22

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