Boys basketball: Columbia River 49, Camas 32

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The Chieftains held the Papermakers to single-digit scoring in all four quarters to pull away for the 17-point win.

Isaiah Smith had 23 points, eight rebounds, and four blocked shots to lead Columbia River. Devin Bolds had 10 assists and four steals.

“It was a real grind. It didn’t look pretty. Nothing will be on our highlight reel,” Columbia River coach David Long said. “Part of that is Camas’ doing. It was a tough, physical grind.”

Long added that it turned into a comfortable win, but it took some time to get the big advantage.

“They struggled shooting the ball. If they had a hot night shooting, it would have made it very interesting,” Long said.

Of course, some of that was due to River’s defense, holding the Papermakers to quarters scores of 6, 8, 9 and 9.

Anthony Fallin led Camas with 10 points. Kyle Friend added eight.

COLUMBIA RIVER 49, CAMAS 32

CAMAS — Trent Johnson 3, Zach Eagle 4, Anthony Fallin 10, Tyler Macrae-Smith 4, Brandon Nguyen 0, Austin Dubay 0, Tyler Verbout 2, Austin Vaughan 0, Kyle Friend 8, Jordan Leonard 1. Totals 11 (1) 9-17 32.

COLUMBIA RIVER — Devin Bolds 4, Eli Evenson 0, Bryan Wyche 6, Michael Barnes 0, Lance Voorhees 0, Rian Bassett 7, John Hanberg 3, Chad Love 0, Curtis Shuck 0, Clark Bryant 2, Austin Cloyd 0, Mack Stromme 4, Isaiah Smith 23. Totals 20 (4) 5-7 49.

Camas 6 8 9 9—32

Columbia River 10 16 13 10—49

JV — River 52-37. C — River 47-38