Darius Goldman scored eight of his 13 points in a big third quarter for the Hudson’s Bay boys basketball team as the Eagles beat Roosevelt of Portland 78-53 to capture the North Marion Tournament title for a second consecutive year.
Hudson’s Bay led 44-36 at halftime despite having several starters get into foul trouble in the first half.
With the starters back on the floor to open the third quarter, the Eagles broke away with a 21-4 run.
Tra Ponder led the Eagles (8-0) with 22 points, while Derrick Brooks and Jahmile Sipaia added 15 points each.
Brooks, who averaged 14.3 points in the three games, was selected as the tournament MVP. Goldman, who averaged 12.7 points, was selected to the all-tournament team.
Columbia River 64, North Marion 38 — The Chieftains finished fifth at the North Marion Tournament in Aurora, Ore., with the win over the host school. Isaiah Smith, who was selected to the all-tournament team, scored a game-high 25 points on 11 of 14 shooting with seven rebounds for Columbia River.
Federal Way 61, Prairie 59 — The Falcons had their last shot rim out and Federal Way escaped with the win in the South Sound Classic.
Keaton Jackson scored a team-high 28 points for Prairie, and Macauley Brown added 10.
“We were right there and had a good chance to win,” Prairie coach Kyle Brooks said. “Lakes and Federal Way were good teams for us to play. They will help us get to where we want to be.”
Prairie lost to Lakes, 63-51 on Tuesday.
Ryan Denny’s free throw with 10.4 seconds to play put Prairie ahead of Federal Way 59-58.
Federal Way’s Jerry Duckworth then made a shot in the lane and was fouled. He converted the free throw to put the Eagles up 61-59.
Camas 59, Redmond 51 — Mark Eppinger scored 20 points and Jacob Kaler has 12 points and eight rebounds in the non-league win at Redmond. Addison Owen added 10 points and nine rebounds for Camas (6-1).
Washougal 59, Stevenson 29 — Kendall Utter scored 16 of her 23 points in the third quarter when the Panthers pulled away from the Bulldogs.
Washougal outscored Stevenson 25-3 in the third period, improving to 6-2 this season.
Utter had three of the team’s six 3-pointers.
Darcy Akers had five points, six assists, and nine rebounds.
Courtney Rutherford led Stevenson with eight points.
W.F. West 61, Hockinson 36 — Jenna Haagen had 14 points to lead Hockinson in scoring in the non-league loss at home.