Tuesday’s Girls Basketball: 11 Players Score as Toledo Thumps Winlock

11 Players Score as Toledo Thumps Winlock

TOLEDO — Winlock was unable to match the wave of personnel that Toledo unleashed here on Tuesday night as the home team ran away with a 65-19 victory in a Central 2B League girls rivalry contest.

Eleven Toledo players scored, with Kal Schaplow tallying a game-high 17 points. Gracie Madill added 15 while Emma Cline-Maier notched eight points.

Toledo held Winlock to just eight first-half points and then exploded for 21 points in the third quarter. In the final frame, the Tribe got stingy on defense again and held the Cardinals scoreless.

“(Addison) Hall fouled out. That helped,” noted Toledo coach Brian Layton of his team’s definitive close-out of the win. “But we got out and really ran in that third quarter and got some transition points and were able to pull away.”

Layton noted that Madill was getting out on the break and finding buckets in transition while Cline-Maier had the hot hand in the mid-range game. Stacie Spahr added six points and a team-high 10 rebounds for Toledo.

“It really helps when you have these other girls who can shoot and that’s what they’ve been working on,” said Layton. 

Toledo’s coach was also pleased with the play of Haleigh Holmes and Grace Tauscher, who had three assists each. 

Hall led Winlock with 13 points. Karlie Jones added four points and Kiya Peppers tallied two in the loss.

Layton came away impressed with Hall, the 5-foot-10 Winlock sophomore averaging well over 20 points and 10 rebounds a contest.

“She’s really hard to guard. She can shoot outside. She can drive. She’s aggressive and she’s physical. And she’s left-handed to top it off,” diagnosed Layton. “But our girls who were on her did a really good job and even when she was able to get by them we had girls there ready to slide over and help. You can’t really stop her. You can only hope to contain her.”

Toledo (9-1, 1-0 league) will play at Toutle on Thursday. Winlock (4-7, 0-2 league) will host Wahkiakum on Thursday.

 

Vikings Unload on Toutle Lake

MOSSYROCK — The Vikings built a 40-point lead in the first half here Tuesday night to crush Toutle Lake, 67-30, in Central 2B League girls hoops action.

Mossyrock, which ran its record to 12-0 with the win, led 24-6 after the first quarter and 50-10 at halftime.

“We played really hard,” Mossyrock coach Autumn Moorcroft said. “Defensively, we’re just improving every game.”

Freshman Caelyn Marshall was the defensive standout on Tuesday, notching eight steals with eight points. 

“She was just super aggressive, which led to most of her lay-ins,” Moorcroft said, “but her defense is what really helps us.”

Payton Torrey led the Vikings with 16 points, and Andee Nelson added 14 points and 10 rebounds.

Hailey Brooks added 13 points with seven rebounds and three steals.

“We’re just playing really well,” Moorcroft said, “sharing the ball, getting after it and playing hard.”

Jordyn Grabenhorst led Toutle Lake (4-7) with 12 points.

Mossyrock (12-0, 2-0 league) plays at Onalaska on Thursday.

 

Shooting Woes Plague Tigers in Loss to Rainier

NAPAVINE — A tough shooting night hurt Napavine here Tuesday in a 47-27 C2BL girls basketball loss to Rainier.

The Tigers went 11 of 51 from the field in the loss, compounded by a 2 of 10 performance at the free-throw stripe.

“We need to improve our field-goal percentage and our free-throw percentage if we are going to compete with a team like this,” Napavine coach Shane Schutz said. 

The Mountaineers, meanwhile, got 16 points and 12 rebounds from sophomore Kaeley Schultz, and led 24-12 by halftime — despite Schultz missing part of the first quarter in foul trouble.

Rae Sisson led Napavine with eight points, and Riley Beeson added nine rebounds.

Schutz added that the Tigers’ defensive effort in the second and third quarter was strong.

Napavine (4-7, 1-1 league) hosts Toutle Lake on Tuesday. Rainier (10-2, 2-0 league) hosts Morton-White Pass on Thursday.

 

Mules Pull Away from Onalaska in Second Half

CATHLAMET — Jansi Merz scored 19 points, and Wahkiakum was able to pull away in the second half for a 46-33 win over Onalaska here Tuesday in a C2BL girls basketball contest.

The Loggers trailed just 25-23 at halftime, but lost key post Carmen Cleveland-Barrera to a sprained ankle midway through the second quarter.

“The girls sustained the game plan, playing with a lot of intensity and great effort that first half,” Logger coach Dracy McCoy said. “And they came out the third quarter kind of flat, and Wahkiakum didn’t.”

Merz scored 14 of her points after halftime without Cleveland-Barrera providing defense inside, and the Mules led 38-27 by the start of the final stanza.

Alex Cleveland-Barrera led Onalaska with 12 points and nine rebounds, and added a pair of steals. 

“She really did a great job picking up the slack for Carmen being out,” McCoy said.

Morgan Hamilton added five rebounds for Onalaska (7-4, 1-1 league), which hosts Mossyrock on Thursday.

 

Pirates Hammer Columbia Adventist

BATTLE GROUND — The Pirates picked up a big non-league win here Tuesday, thumping Columbia Adventist 70-15.

Payton Aselton scored 22 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for Adna, which led 19-0 after halftime. Tyas Pannette added 14 points, and the Pirates shot 47% (28 of 60) from the field.

Adna (9-2) plays at Kalama on Thursday.

 

Beavers Win on Long Road Trip

FORKS — The Beavers started slow but put up a strong defense, holding the Spartans to 10 points in the second half and coming up with a 45-27 victory during a 1A Evergreen League girls basketball game here Tuesday night.

Ashley Schow led the Beavers with 21 points followed by Abby Severse, who scored 12. Alivia Hunter added seven and Megan Letts put five on the board.

“I really think the defense set the tone tonight,” said coach Scott Ashmore. “We have won four in a row now and I think our defense played a major role in that.”

Tenino (4-6) hosts Montesano on Friday.

 

Monday’s Game

Trojans Run Past North Beach

PE ELL — The Trojans struck quickly, jumping out to a 20-point lead before the end of the first half in a 53-29 victory over North Beach during a Pacific 2B league girls basketball game here Monday night.

Annika Mason and Kammi Hill each scored 16 to lead Pe Ell, with Mason adding eight rebounds and seven steals.

The Trojans shot 44 percent (20 of 46) from the field and outrebounded the Hyaks 35-22.

Rachel Ward added nine points for Pe Ell. 

“We played pretty good on defense,” said Trojan coach Randy Driver. “We pressed them pretty good in the first quarter and got a lead so we were able to get everyone in the game.”

Skyler Langston (2-8) led North Beach with 15 points.

Pe Ell (5-5) plays at Willapa Valley on Thursday.

 

Girls Basketball

At Toledo

INDIANS 65, CARDINALS 19

Winlock 4 4 11 0 —19

Toledo 18 12 21 14 —65

Winlock (19) — Jones 4, Hall 13, Peppers 2

FG: 7 of 24 —. 291 FT: 5 of 13 —.384 Reb: 12

Toledo (65) — Holmes 4, Madill 15, Cline-Maier 8, Tauscher 2, Cadarso 3, Clark 2, Smith 4, Spahr 6, Rodriguez 2, Langhaim 2, Schaplow 17

FG: 27 of 60 —.450 FT: 7 of 12 —.583 Reb: 21 (Spahr 10)

 

At Mossyrock

VIKINGS 67, DUCKS 30

Toutle Lk. 6 4 15 5 —30

Mossyrock 24 26 13 4 —67

Toutle Lake (30) — Grabenhorst 12, Donald 6, King 1, Crane 6, M. Smith 2, Studebaker-Smith 3

FG: 9 of 35 —.258 FT: 6 of 14 —.429 Reb. 22 (Donald 8)

Mossyrock (67) — Mulligan 3, Torrey 16, Vigre 8, Nelson 14, Marshall 8, Hadaller 2, Rockway 3, Brooks 13

FG: 23 of 51 —.451 FT: 14 of 23 —.609 Reb. 25 (Nelson 10)

 

At Napavine

MOUNTAINEERS 47, TIGERS 27

Rainier     8 16 6 17 —47

Napavine 4 8 4 11 —27

Rainier (47) — Niemi 7, Boesch 4, Schultz 16, Busic 8, Beadle 7, Spivey 5

FG: 20 of 48 —.417 FT: 5 of 7 —.714 Reb. 38 (Schultz 12)

Napavine (27) — Stewart 2, Beeson 4, Sisson 8, Fagerness 4, Marcial 5, O’Neill 2, Tupuola 2

FG: 11 of 51 —.216 FT: 2 of 10 —.200 Reb. 30 (Beeson 9)

 

At Cathlamet

MULES 46, LOGGERS 33

Onalaska 12 11 4 6 —33

Wahkiakum 11 14 13 8 —46

Onalaska (33) — Duryea 8, Hamilton 2, Lawrence 6, Sandridge 5, A. Cleveland-Barrera 12

FG: 14 of 59 —.237 FT: 3 of 7 —.429 Reb. 26 (A. Cleveland-Barrera 9)

Wahkiakum (46) — Rose 3, Mace 5, Carlson 5, Merz 19, Neimela 6, Watkins 2, Leitz 3, Neimeyer 3

FG: 19 of 53 —.359 FT: 2 of 6 —.333 Reb. 27

 

At Battle Ground

PIRATES 70, KODIAKS 15

Adna     19 18 25 8 —70

Col. Adv. 0   8   2 5 —15

Adna (70) — Sliva 8, White 2, Pannette 14, Wellander 11, ASelton 22, VonMoos 6, Meister 7

FG: 28 of 60 —.467 FT: 5 of 9 —.555 Reb. 39 (Aselton 14)

Columbia Adventist (15) — Strubelt 5, Ermshar 1, Dietrich 2, Heinrich 1, Pearson 6

FG: 4 of 30 —.133 FT: 6 of 12 —.500 Reb. 21

 

At Forks

BEAVERS 45, SPARTANS 27

Tenino 11 9 12 13 —45

Forks 5 12 4 6 —27

Tenino (45) — Schow 21, Severse 12, Hunter 7, Letts 5

FG: 19 of 52 —.365 FT: 5 of 10 —.500

Forks (27) — Wood 7, Olson 3, Peters 12, Leverington 5

FG: 9 of 51 —.176 FT: 7 of 12 —.583

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