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Prep Basketball Roundup: Battle Ground snaps 21-game league skid

Tigers earn first GSHL win in more than three years

By Columbian staff
Published: April 27, 2021, 11:08pm

The Battle Ground girls basketball team scored its first league win in more than three years Tuesday, beating Evergreen 44-26 in a 4A/3A Greater St. Helens League game.

Mallory Meyer scored 23 points to lead the Tigers, whose last league win was Jan. 9, 2018 against Heritage, a span of 21 games.

Meyer scored 15 of her team’s 17 points in the third quarter as Battle Ground improved to 1-2.

Coarleigh Speer scored 11 points to lead Evergreen (0-3).

UNION 75, SKYVIEW 36 — Abbey Kaip scored 18 points as the Titans launched a barrage from outside.

Union (3-0) made 14 3-pointers, with Kaip and Caitlyn Leake each hitting four. Leake and Olivia Euverman each scored 12 points.

Rowyn Riley led Skyview (2-1) with 14 points.

KELSO 50, MOUNTAIN VIEW 34 — Natalie Fraley scored 12 of her 24 points in the third quarter as the Lassies cruised to a road win.

Evermore Kaiser added 14 points for Kelso (2-1), which stretched a 28-20 halftime lead to 41-27 after three quarters.

Victoria Schneider scored 16 points and Katelyn Henderson added 11 for the Thunder (1-2).

Boys basketball

BATTLE GROUND 67, EVERGREEN 51 — Kaden Perry scored 25 points, Ty Robertson added 16 and the strong-finishing Tigers won at home.

Leading 32-27 at halftime, Battle Ground (2-1) took control by outscoring the Plainsmen 15-7 in the third quarter. Five different Tigers scored to fuel that run.

Jaden Stanley scored 20 points to lead Evergreen (1-2).