Tuesday’s 2A/1A Girls Basketball: Tigers Sprint Past Bobcats

By The Chronicle
ABERDEEN — Carissa Kaut scored 15 points to lead the Tigers to a 58-44 win over Aberdeen in an Evergreen 2A Conference girls basketball game here on Tuesday.
Rachel Wilkerson added 12 points and Ellie Corwin had 11 points and 6 rebounds.
Aberdeen’s Ryder Heikkila scored 14 points to lead the Bobcats.
The Tigers led 8-7 after one quarter, but built the lead to 26-18 at halftime. Centralia scored 16 points in the third and fourth quarters to cruise to the win.
“I think we settled in. The third quarter, we went on a run and we played well during that time,” Centralia coach Doug Ashmore said. “We just tried some things at the end. I was real happy coming to the Harbor and getting the win.”
Centralia (13-6, 6-3) hosts W.F. West on Friday at 5:30 in both teams’ regular season finale.

W.F. West Clobbers Tumwater
W.F. West led 17-4 after a quarter and never looked back, defeating Tumwater 75-24 in an Evergreen 2A Conference girls basketball game on Thursday in Chehalis.
Julia Johnson led the Bearcats with 17 points in her final home game. Erika Brumfield added 13 points, seven rebounds and four steals. Kiara Steen added 7 points, seven assists and four steals and Maggie Vadala also had 7 points and seven assists.
The Bearcats defense was on lockdown on Tuesday, holding Tumwater to just 18 total shots. W.F. West also outrebounded Tumwater, 24-9.
W.F. West (17-2, 9-0) travels to Centralia for the final game of the regular season.

Rochester Falls to Black Hills
ROCHESTER — Paige Winter scored 16 points, but it wasn’t enough as Black Hills won 64-35 in an Evergreen 2A Conference girls basketball game here on Tuesday.
Lexi Sederberg added 13 points and Megan Elkins led the Warriors with five rebounds.
Black Hills’ Lindsey Nurmi led all scorers with 19 points.
The Wolves led 8-5 after one quarter, but scored 24 points in the second quarter to lead Rochester 32-17 at halftime. Black Hills outscored Rochester 22-18 in the second half.
“For the position we’re in, not playing for anything other than pride, I thought they played extremely hard,” Rochester coach A.J. Easley said. “We come out in the first quarter, only give up 8 in the first, is pretty good. Not once did I think the kids had a lack of effort.”
Rochester (1-8, 5-14) hosts Aberdeen Thursday on senior night.

Eagles Too Much For Beavers
ELMA — Tenino had troulbe getting their offense going here on Tuesday, falling to Elma 71-22 in an Evergreen 1A League girls basketball game.
Kaylee Schow led Tenino with 13 points. Elma’s Jalyn Sackrider led all scorers with 20 points.
Elma led 20-5 after the first quarter and built a 30-16 lead at halftime. It was all Eagles in the second half, outscoring Tenino 41-6.
“They didn’t give up and played hard from start to finish and I couldn’t be more proud of them for that,” Tenino coach Brandi Thomas said.
Tenino (8-11, 2-6) travels to Forks on Friday for a girls-boys doubleheader in the regular season finale.

At Aberdeen
TIGERS 58, BOBCATS 44
Centralia 8 18 16 16 —58
Aberdeen 7 11 10 16 —44
Centralia (58) — Sharp 2, Jensen 3, Wilkerson 12, Strophy 5, Porter 3, Kaut 15, Corwin 11, Erickson 7
FG: 23 of 53 —.433 FT: 10 of 19 —.526 Reb: 26 (Corwin 6)
Aberdeen (44) — Glanz 13, Walsh 3, Pruett 3, Heikkila 14, Tageant 2, Jones 9
FG: 19 of 45 —.422 FT: 6 of 11 —.545 Reb: N/A

At Rochester
WOLVES 64, WARRIORS 35
Black Hills 8 24 19 13 —64
Rochester 5 12 14 4 —35
Black Hills (64) — Williams 12, River 12, Bender 2, Lee 2, Nurmi 19, Greenfield 4, Serhan 4, Bovenkamp 9
FG: N/A FT: 8 of 10 —.800 Reb: N/A
Rochester (35) — Morris 2, Bates 3, Hahn 1, Sederberg 13, Winter 16
FG: 14 of 43 —.325 FT: 4 of 11 —.363 Reb: 18 (M. Elkins 5)

At Chehalis
BEARCATS 75, THUNDERBIRDS 24
Tumwater 4 5 6 9 —24
W.F. West 17 30 13 14 —75
Tumwater (24) — Koelsh 11, Cunningham 5, Seaton 4, Jelcick 2, Borovec 2, Hempstead 2
FG: 9 of 18 —.500 FT: 8 of 12 —.666 Reb: 9
W.F. West (75) — Johnson 17, Brumfield 13, Warring 9, Vadala 7, Steen 7, Akins 6, Bennett 6, McCallum 4, Zylstra 4, Henry 2
FG: 32 of 62 —.516 FT: 6 of 9 —.666 Reb: 24 (Brumfield 7)

At Elma
EAGLES 71, BEAVERS 22
Tenino 5 11 2 4 —22
Elma 20 10 27 14 —71
Tenino (22) — Schow 13, Collins 3, Bertsch 2, Dowies 4
FG: 6 of 19 —.315 FT: 1 of 5 —.200 Reb: N/A
Elma (71) — Sackrider 20, Bieker 5, Sutherby 4, Olson 7, Bol 2, Johnson 7, Mikel 6, Johnston 8, Rambo 12
FG: 30 of 65 —.461 FT: 5 of 11 —.454 Reb: N/A

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