Saturday’s Girls Basketball: Adna Cruises Past Concordia Christian Academy

By The Chronicle

ADNA — Payton Aselton recorded a double-double for the Pirates as Adna cruised to a 54-26 win over Concordia Christian Academy in a non-league girls basketball game on Saturday.

Aselton crashed the boards, grabbing 18 rebounds while scoring 14 points and dishing eight assists.

“Aselton did her thing. We’ve been challenging her on the weak side to go get rebounds and she did a good job for us,” Adna coach Chris Bannish said.

Bannish also noted the strong performances of freshman Faith Wellander and Kaylin Todd, with each each scoring eight points against the Hawks.

Anneke Tel led the Hawks with nine points.

Adna shot 38 percent from the field while holding Concordia to 27 percent shooting.

The Pirates started strong and led 20-4 after one quarter and kept the momentum going to lead 34-11 at halftime, allowing Adna to cruise to the win in the second half.

“I think we’re starting to figure it out,” Bannish said.

Adna (8-3, 2-0) travels to Onalaska on Tuesday for a Central 2B League game.

Onalaska Takes Down Morton-White Pass

ONALASKA — Alex and Carmen Cleveland-Barrera each played well in the post for Onalaska to help the Loggers earn a 65-18 win over Morton-White Pass in a Central 2B League game here on Saturday.

Alex Cleveland-Barrera scored 16 points to lead all scorers and was one rebound shy of a double-double with nine boards. Carmen Cleveland-Barrera scored six points and had a team-high 11 rebounds.

Callie Lawrence added 15 points and Chloe Nevitt chipped in nine points for Onalaska.

Jacie Dunlap led MWP with nine points. Jaiden Linder had four points and six rebounds and Kaylen Collette added six rebounds.

“Onalaska played really well. They dropped that game to Mossyrock and they came out looking to get back on the winning track last night,” MWP coach Tom Griffith said. “They took advantage of us in a big way and did that.”

The Loggers led 18-2 after one quarter and expanded the lead to 32-7 at halftime. Onalaska held MWP to single digit scoring in the third and fourth quarters to cruise to the win.

Onalaska (8-4, 1-1) hosts Adna on Tuesday in a C2BL game while MWP (1-11, 0-3) faces the Cardinals in Winlock in a league game on Tuesday.

Warriors Too Much for Cardinals

ORTING — Rochester’s defense held Orting to single digit scoring in the first three quarters to earn a 47-29 win in a non-league girls basketball game here on Saturday.

Lexi Sederberg-Jones recorded a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Paige Winter led the Warriors with 15 points and nine rebounds.

Jess Moore scored nine points to lead Orting.

The Warriors led 13-5 after one quarter and kept the momentum going in the second quarter to lead 26-12 at halftime. Rochester scored 17 points in the third quarter to pull away for good.

Rochester (7-4, 0-1) hosts W.F. West on Tuesday in an Evergreen 2A Conference game.

Wildcats Edge Trojans

WESTPORT — Charlie Carper scored 18 points for Pe Ell, but it wasn’t enough as Ocosta won 54-47 in a Pacific 2B League girls basketball game here on Saturday.

Carolann Baldwin recorded a double-double with 15 points, 13 rebounds and also had five assists. Carper also crashed the boards with six rebounds.

Pe Ell coach Chris Phelps was pleased with his team’s performance after losing to Ocosta in the season opener 64-30.

“For us to be able to come back and be able to perform the way we did and lost at their place, our girls are applying what we’re teaching them in practice,” Pe Ell coach Chris Phelps said. “It’s the right time to start playing better.”

Kristi Raffelson scored 17 points for Ocosta. Kjirstin Hopfer chipped in 15 points and Lillyan Barnum was also in double figures with 11 points.

The Wildcats led 14-10 after one quarter and Pe Ell kept it close but trailed 24-19 at halftime.

The second half was close with Ocosta outscoring Pe Ell 30-28 to help the Wildcats preserve the win.

Phelps commended the standout performance of Baldwin, noting she had a good night shooting, rebounding and sharing the basketball.

“This group is playing solid and looking to see what we can do the rest of the season,” Phelps said.

Pe Ell (2-9, 2-7) travels to Puyallup to take on Chief Leschi on Tuesday.

At Adna

PIRATES 54, HAWKS 26

Concordia Christian 4 7 6 9 —26

Adna 20 14 9 11 —54

Concordia (26) — Lyons 8, A. Tel 9, K. Tel 4, Foxley 2, Hwang 1, Young 1, Nordling 1

FG: 10 of 37 —.270 FT: 5 of 15 —.333 Reb: N/A

Adna (54) — Bower 3, El. Sliva 5, Em. Sliva 2, Todd 8, Wellander 8, Aselton 14, VonMoos 3, Meister 5, Smith 2, Trotter 4

FG: 21 of 54 —.388 FT: 10 of 14 —.714 Reb: 42 (Aselton 18)

At Morton

LOGGERS 65, T-WOLVES 18

Onalaska 18 14 15 18 —65

Morton-WP 2 5 4 7 —18

Onalaska (65) — Benton 6, Duryea 9, Nevitt 9, Sabin 1, Russ 3, Lawrence 15, A. Cleveland-Barrera 16, C. Cleveland-Barrera 6

FG: 28 of 65 —.431 FT: 8 of 23 —.348 Reb: 50 (C. Cleveland-Barrera 11)

Morton-White Pass (18) — Dunlap 9, E. Hampton 3, Smathers 2, Linder 4

FG: 6 of 49 —.122 FT: 5 of 18 —.278 Reb: 28 (Linder, Collette 6)

At Orting

WARRIORS 47, CARDINALS 29

Rochester 13 13 17 5 —47

Orting 5 7 4 13 —29

Rochester (47) — Morris 2, Bates 7, M. Elkins 1, Sederberg-Jones 10, Knutson 5, Winter 15, Sand 6, E. Elkins 2

FG: 18 of 80 —.225 FT: 8 of 16 —.500 Reb: 39 (Sederberg-Jones 10, Winter 9)

Orting (29) — Friddle 7, Boyce 3, Moreno 2, Recinos 4, Elmore 3, Moore 9

FG: N/A FT: 4 of 9 —.444 Reb: N/A

At Ocosta

WILDCATS 54, TROJANS 47

Pe Ell 10 9 9 19 —47

Ocosta 14 10 14 16 —54

Ocosta (54) — Martin 7, Snider 2, Hopfer 15, K. Barnum 11, L Barnum 2, Raffelson 17

FG: 24 of 55 —.436 FT: 3 of 14 —.214 Reb: 36

Pe Ell (47) — Hill 2, Davis 6, Ward 4, Baldwin 15, Cox 2, Carper 18

FG: 20 of 58 —.344 FT: 5 of 10 —.500 Reb: 31 (Baldwin 13)

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