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Prep roundup: Union boys rally to beat Tahoma

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The Union Titans boys basketball team came back from a nine-point halftime deficit and defeated visiting Tahoma 62-55 in the Titans’ home opener Saturday.

Yanni Fassillis posted a double-double with a team-best 21 points and 11 rebounds, Porter Hill tallied 15 points and Bryson Metz added 13.

Evan Eschels, who hit the go-ahead shot for Union (2-0) with two minutes remaining, and Josiah Baldassare each had six points.

CAMAS 77, LINCOLN 62 — At the John McCrossin Memorial Classic in Fife, Camas got a balanced scoring attack to down Lincoln of Tacoma.

Led by Carson Frawley’s 19 points, four Papermakers reached double digits in scoring to give Camas (1-0) its first win of the season.

Stephen Behil added 16 points, Theo McMillan posted 13 points and Quentin Allen chipped in 11 points.

CASTLE ROCK 49, HOCKINSON 37 — A 20-0 run to start the second half propelled the Rockets to the non-league win over visiting Hockinson.

Adam Partridge had 16 points and 11 rebounds for Castle Rock (3-0), while Lane Partridge and Chance Naugle each scored 14.

Chase Rusher played a key role when the Rockets went to a pressure zone defense in the second half, creating steals that led to easy layups.

Samuel Kelly led Hockinson in scoring with 12 points in the Hawks’ season opener.

CORBETT (ORE.) 63, STEVENSON 48 — Despite a 20-7 Corbett lead after the first quarter, Stevenson played the Cardinals even the rest of the game to open their season.

Tucker Wyninger had a team-high 13 points and played solid defense for the Bulldogs. Kacen Bach had 11 rebounds to go with his five points, and Jordan Waymire had nine points and three assists.

Girls basketball

CAMAS 67, ST. MARY’S 54 — Camas won its second game in as many days at the Luke Roth Showcase, held at Sheldon High in Eugene, Ore.

Addison Harris and Reagan Jamison combined for 47 of the Papermakers’ (2-0) 67 points. Harris had a team-high 24, while Jamison collected 23, including four 3-pointers.

Sofia Bell had a game-high 30 points for St. Mary’s of Portland.

MOUNT BAKER 58, MOUNTAIN VIEW 44 — Victoria Schnieder scored 20 points, and Nina Peterson had 14, but a two-point fourth quarter cost the visiting Thunder.

Mountain View only trailed 46-42 after three quarters before its scoring drought.

Mount Baker’s Madison Barter had 30 points with four 3-pointers.

OLYMPIA 43, KELSO 33 — Natalie Fraley had 13 points and eight rebounds as the Hilanders came up short at Olympia.

Evermore Kaiser also had eight rebounds to go with five points for Kelso. Madalynn Moe was strong defensively.

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