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Thursday’s Prep Girls Basketball: Bearcats Down Bulldogs in Anacortes

Bearcats Down Bulldogs in Anacortes

ANACORTES — W.F. West had four players in double figures to lead the Bearcats to a 76-68 win over Garfield in the Anacortes Tournament here on Thursday.

Kiara Steen led the Bearcats with 18 points and Annika Waring scored 14 points. Erika Brumfield added 11 points and a team-high 14 rebounds and Julia Johnson recorded 10 points.

The big difference was on the glass, as W.F. West outrebounded Garfield 41-21, including 19 offensive rebounds for the Bearcats.

W.F. West led 23-17 after the first quarter and expanded the lead to 44-29 at halftime. Garfield outscored W.F. West 39-32 in the second half as the Bearcats held on down the stretch.

W.F. West (6-1) plays the winner of North Kitsap and Anacortes in the championship game at 5:15 p.m. today.
Warriors End Break With a Win

ROCHESTER — Rochester bounced back from a loss on Wednesday with a convincing 47-28 win over 3A Fort Vancouver here Thursday in the Warrior Holiday Hoops Tournament.

Lexi Jones-Sederberg had a big game to lead the way, scoring 15 points with 12 rebounds, seven steals and six assists. Paige Winter led all scorers with 23 points.

“She just did a much better job of establishing it inside,” Rochester coach A.J. Easley said. “And the kids did a much better job of passing the basketball inside and getting it to her.”

Rochester outscored the Trappers 29-14 over the two middle quarters.

Rochester (4-6) plays at Centralia on Tuesday to open Evergreen 2A Conference play.
Beavers Come Up Just Short Against Forks

OYEHUT — Tenino came close down the stretch, but couldn’t quite complete the comeback in a 33-32 loss to Forks here Thursday afternoon at North Beach’s Holiday With the Hyaks girls basketball tournament.

Kaylee Schow led the Beavers with 19 points and seven rebounds. The Beavers trailed by 7 after three quarters and had one final play under the basket in the final seconds.

“Unfortunately, it didn’t go in, but we did have one last opportunity with just seconds to go,” Tenino coach Brandi Thomas said. “But we did dig ourselves a little bit of a hole, so it didn’t come down to that last play.”

Chloe Leverington led Forks with 19 points.

Tenino shot 9 of 46 (20 percent) from the floor in the loss.

“They were all shots we normally take. They were good looks,” Thomas said. “It just felt like there was a lid on the basket tonight.”

Tenino (4-5) faces Elma’s JV at 1 p.m., back at North Beach, on Friday.
Naselle Tops Pe Ell

WILLAPA VALLEY — Pe Ell had trouble scoring against Naselle here on Thursday, falling to the Comets 45-20 in a Jack Q. Pearson Holiday Tournament game.

Annika Mason led the Trojans with a double-double, scoring 13 points and grabbing 12 rebounds.

Pe Ell had trouble shooting against Naselle, making just 5 of 41 field goal attempts.

Naselle led 9-0 after the first quarter and built the lead to 21-8 at halftime. Naselle outscored Pe Ell 24-12 in the second half.

“We just didn’t show up, pretty simple,” Pe Ell coach Chris Phelps said. “We never showed up for today’s game. We got outplayed in all facets of the game.”

Pe Ell (2-7, 2-3) hosts Wahkiakum on Wednesday in a Central 2B League game.
Goats Kick Pirates in Chelan Tourney

CHELAN — The host Goats won the girls portion of their own Chelan Holiday Tournament here Thursday, beating Adna 52-25 in a nonleague girls basketball game.

Lexie Gleasman scored 15 points to lead Chelan (3-6), which ran out to a 32-7 lead at halftime.

“Their pressure bothered us in the first half,” Adna coach Chris Bannish said. “We just couldn’t put the ball in the hole and we turned it over way too much early in the first half to crawl back into it.”

The Pirates committed 22 of their 32 turnovers before halftime.

Payton Aselton led Adna with 7 points. Tyas Pannette added 6, and Sam Foster scored 5 and played well defensively in both of the Pirates’ game in Chelan, Bannish added.

“She was in the front of our pressure and played really well,” the coach said.

Adna (5-4, 3-2 Central 2B League) hosts Mossyrock on Wednesday.


At Anacortes

BEARCATS 70, BULLDOGS 68

Garfield     17 12 19 20 —68

W.F. West 23 21 19 13 —76

Garfield (66) — Daniels 16, Henley 16, Tolliver 12, Mobley 7, Turner 7, Howard 4, Brundidge 2, Williams 2

FG: 22 of 65 —.338 FT: 20 of 28 —.714 Reb: 21

W.F. West (76) — Steen 18, Warring 14, Brumfield 11, Johnson 10, McCallum 6, Bennett 5, Vadala 4, Akins 2

FG: 26 of 59 —.441 FT: 15 of 32 —.469 Reb: 41 (Brumfield 14)
At Rochester

WARRIORS 47, TRAPPERS 28

Ft. Vancouver 6 9 5 8 —28

Rochester        9 12 17 9 —47

Fort Vancouver (28) — Salavea 5, Aguas 13, Gonzalez 4, Stegall 2, Hola 4

FG: N/A FT: 12 of 32 —.375 Reb. N/A

Rochester (47) — Hahn 3, Jones-Sederberg 15, Winter 23, E. Elkins 2, M. Elkins 4

FG: N/A FT: 14 of 26 —.538 Reb. N/A
At Oyehut

SPARTANS 33, BEAVERS 32

Forks  8 14 5 6 —33

Tenino 4 8 8 12 —32

Forks (33) — Olson 4, Leverington 19, Rondeau 2, Rowley 8

FG: 11 of 24 —.458 FT: 5 of 6 —.833 Reb. N/A

Tenino (32) — Schow 19, Mathis 6, Letts 2, Collins 3, Craig 2

FG: 9 of 46 —.196 FT: 8 of 10 —.800 Reb. 24 (Schow 7)
At Willapa Valley

COMETS 45, TROJANS 20

Naselle 9 12 15 9 —45

Pe Ell   0 8 4 8 —20

Naselle (45) — Jacop 4, Steenerson 4, Harman 6, Glenn 9, Zimmerman 18, Gudmundsen 4

FG: 20 of 50 —.400 FT: 5 of 18 —.277 Reb: 26

Pe Ell (20) — Justice 1, Davis 1, Ward 1, Hill 2, Little 2, Mason 13

FG: 5 of 41 —.121 FT: 9 of 20 —.450 Reb: 36 (Mason 12)
At Chelan

GOATS 52, PIRATES 25

Adna       3 4 7 11 —25

Chelan 16 16 7 13 —52

Adna (25) — El. Sliva 1, Em. Sliva 2, Kruger 2, Pannette 6, Aselton 7, Foster 5, Meister 2

FG: 10 of 48 —.208 FT: 3 of 10 —.300 Reb. 35 (Kruger, Foster, Aselton 7)

Chelan (52) — Ivory 13, Watson 2, Gatzemeier 2, A. Oswald 1, Rainville 4, Gleasman 15, M. Oswald 2, Cruz 11, Sams 2

FG: 19 of 52 —.365 FT: 10 of 18 —.556 Reb. 35

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