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High school scoreboard, results from Dec. 4

By , Columbian sports staff
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FOOTBALL

WIAA STATE PLAYOFFS

Saturday’s Championships

CLASS 4A

Graham-Kapowsin 44, Lake Stevens 7

CLASS 3A

Bellevue 17, Kennewick 13

CLASS 2A

Lynden 21, Tumwater 7

CLASS 1A

Royal 41, Eatonville 0

CLASS 2B

Kalama 16, Napavine 14

CLASS 1B

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 50, Quilcene 20

KALAMA 16, NAPAVINE 14

Napavine 0 7 0 7—14

Kalama 0 6 0 10—16

Second Quarter

N — Mario Lara 4 interception return (kick good)

K — Nate Meyer 21 pass from Jackson Esary (pass failed)

Fourth Quarter

N — Glade Shannon 17 pass from Ashton Demarest (kick good)

K — Safety, Napavine RB tackled in end zone

K — Esary 3 run (Esary run)

Individual Statistics

RUSHING — Napavine: Ashton Demarest 15-106, Gavin Parker 11-19; Kalama: Jackson Esary 24-95.

PASSING — Napavine: Demarest 7-13-3-97; Kalama: Esary 18-26-1-216

RECEVING — Napavine: Parker 2-37, Glade Shannon 2-22; Kalama: Nate Meyer 6-99, Bradey O’Neil 4-59.

OSAA STATE PLAYOFFS

Saturday’s Championship

CLASS 6A

Central Catholic 44, Tualatin 14

BOYS BASKETBALL

UNION 62, TAHOMA 55

TAHOMA — Nichols 0, Garcia 0, Kasper 8, Davis 5, Church 3, Williams 10, Tailboat 20, Hassman 9, Stoley 0. Totals 15 (7) 4-7 55.

UNION — Jamison Limbrick 1, Bryson Metz 13, Evan Eschels 6, Samair Thompson , Nolan Frazier , Porter Hill 15, Ethan Carter , Tucker Dunseth , Yanni Fassillis 21, Josiah Baldassare 6. Totals 24 (2) 12-8 62.

Tahoma 20 16 14 5—55

Union 18 9 18 17—62

CAMAS 77, LINCOLN 62

CAMAS — Luke Dizon 0, Beckett Currie 1, Matthew Chilian , Josh Dabasinskas 8, Jace VanVoorhis 4, Theo McMillan 13, Carson Frawley 19, Quentin Allen 11, Stephen Behil 16, Jamison Carlisle 3. Totals 21 (8) 11-22 77.

LINCOLN — Ervin 6, Glass 6, Androy 20, Johnson 13, Joy 4, Ports 9, Ulsh 2, Dillard 2. Totals 17 (5) 13-19 62.

Camas 14 22 23 18—77

Lincoln 13 19 10 20—62

CASTLE ROCK 49, HOCKINSON 37

HOCKINSON — Jackson McNair 0, Tyler Litle 2, Colin Wunkoop 6, Grant Gumringer 2, Kenton Johnson 4, Logan Wall 2, Igor Povazhniuk 7, Tristan Maldonado 2, Wyatt James 0, Samuel Kelly 12. Totals 13 (2) 9-15 37.

CASTLE ROCK (3-0) — Hayden Curtiss 0, Trystin Marin 1, Trevor Rogen 2, Connor Harris 0, Chance Naugle 14, Chase Rusher 0, Lane Partridge 14, James Montgomery 2, Adam Partridge 16, David Garcia 0. Totals 20 (4) 5-13 49.

Hockinson 12 5 4 16—37

Castle Rock 9 6 25 9—49

JV — Hockinson won

CORBETT (ORE.) 63, STEVENSON 48

STEVENSON — Nate Kick 3, Chris Blackledge 5, Tucker Wyninger 13, Michael Vander Borght 6, Joseph Jenkins 2, Sean O’Neal 0, Kacen Bach 5, Jordan Waymire 9, Garrett Funk 3, Max Jenkins 2. Totals 19 (8) 2-8 48.

CORBETT (Ore.) — Fort 12, Weien 9, Foster 25, Davis 4, Stenal 0, Rickey 0, Cummings 13, Moseley 0, Merk 0. Totals 24 (1) 14-25 63.

Stevenson 7 15 15 11—48

Corbett 20 15 16 12—63

WASHINGTON SCORES

Saturday’s Games

Auburn 80, Eastside Catholic 50

Bonney Lake 61, Lindbergh 44

Cascade Christian Academy 57, Muckleshoot Tribal School 28

Chiawana 73, Sunnyside 40

Coupeville 71, Forks 53

Crosspoint Academy 52, Olympic 30

Emerald Ridge 62, Kentlake 40

Gonzaga Prep 70, Walla Walla 49

Kamiakin 74, Lewis and Clark 55

Post Falls, Idaho 71, Moses Lake 56

Wenatchee 53, Ridgeline 51

West Valley (Spokane) 59, Lakeland, Idaho 51

West Valley (Yakima) 74, Pasco 25

Sandpoint, Idaho 62, East Valley (Spokane) 55

Richland 59, Springville, Utah 49

GIRLS BASKETBALL

CAMAS 67, ST. MARY’S 54

CAMAS — Reagan Jamison 23, Kendall Mairs 2, Parker Mairs 1, Anna Mooney 0, Sophie Buzzard 0, Riley Sanz 6, Ava Smith 3, Addison Harris 24, Keirra Thompson 8. Totals 15 (8) 13-23 67.

ST. MARY’S — Sofia Bell 30, Abby Graham 16, Lauren Groshong 2, Elsa Cottrell 5, Tyra Trimble 1, Isabella Gurin 0, Jewyl Newton 0. Totals 14 (7) 5-16 54.

Camas 16 22 8 21—67

St. Mary’s 20 10 12 12—54

MOUNT BAKER 58, MOUNTAIN VIEW 44

MOUNTAIN VIEW — Jewelianah Williams 0, Victoria Schnieder 20, Jaleyah Pitre 0, Aina Bishop 1, Josie Kuffner 3, Nina Peterson 14, Faaiuga Toese 0, Sydney Horton 6, Kayla Crandall 0. Totals 14 (9) 7-13 44.

MOUNT BAKER — Nika Canete 4, Lauren Valum 8, Edith Contreras 4, Madison Barter 30, Alyssa Chadwick 3, Jojo Lindsey 0, Taite Reardon 7, Jenna Wineinger 2. Totals 23 (7) 6-8 58.

Mtn. View 14 10 18 2—44

Mt. Baker 16 14 16 12—58

OLYMPIA 43, KELSO 33

KELSO — Kenzie Milligan 2, Bregan Ruhland 1, Emily Roe 0, Madalynn Moe 4, Sophia Wickham 0, Evermore Kaiser 5, Natalie Fraley 13, Lexi Grumbois 3, Georgie Emmert 0. Totals 10 (1) 7-14 33.

OLYMPIA — Jekel 1, Wolin 16, Horton 5, Wolin 1, Whaley 8, Berschauer 8, Juergens 0, McBride 4. Totals 12 (5) 14-23 43.

Kelso 8 9 6 10—33

Olympia 9 11 8 15—43

WASHINGTON SCORES

Saturday’s Games

Bonney Lake 61, Port Angeles 51

Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 42, South Whidbey 33

Chewelah 41, Oakesdale 19

Chiawana 51, University 42

Columbia (Burbank) 55, Kittitas 42

Curlew 43, Springdale 29

Eisenhower 69, Grandview 58

Ferris 55, Moses Lake 54

Forks 53, Coupeville 42

Goldendale 53, Kiona-Benton 18

Highland 40, Tri-Cities Prep 39

Kamiakin 70, Lewis and Clark 48

Lake Roosevelt 50, Reardan 30

Manson 48, Soap Lake 31

Napavine 51, Willapa Valley 34

North Thurston 58, Fife 7

Pasco 65, Enumclaw 27

Washougal 43, Sheldon (Ore.) 39

Warden 73, Granger 47

Wenatchee 58, Ridgeline 55

White River 71, Puyallup 29

West Valley (Spokane) 57, Lakeland, Idaho 41

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