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High school scoreboard, results from Dec. 10

By , Columbian sports staff
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SATURDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS BASKETBALL

Battle Ground at Olympia, 6 p.m.

Camas at Westview (Ore.), 8:30 p.m.

Mount Si at Union, 7 p.m.

Kelso vs. North Kitsap, 4 p.m. at Moda Center

Kalama at Toutle Lake, 7 p.m.

Morton/White Pass at Stevenson, 3:30 p.m.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Union vs. Kelso, 5:30 p.m. at Moda Center

La Center at Evergreen, 2:30 p.m.

Seton Catholic at Toledo, 7 p.m.

Toutle Lake at Kalama, 7 p.m.

Stevenson at Morton/White Pass, 4:30 p.m.

Columbia Adventist at Fort Vancouver, 7:15 p.m.

BOYS WRESTLING

Battle Ground, Skyview, Evergreen, Kelso, Columbia River, Fort Vancouver, Hudson’s Bay, Hockinson, Ridgefield, Washougal, Woodland, Castle Rock, Seton Catholic, King’s Way Christian at La Center Tournament, 10 a.m.

Heritage at Puyallup Tournament, 9 a.m.

Prairie at Fife Tournament, 8 a.m.

GIRLS WRESTLING

Camas at Everett Tournament

Kelso at Takedowns and Tiaras at Orting HS

GYMNASTICS

Camas, Union, Heritage vs. Columbia River, 9 a.m. at Naydenov

Skyview, Ridgefield vs. Mountain View, 2 p.m. at Northpointe

Battle Ground, Fort Vancouver, Prairie, Hudson’s Bay vs. Evergreen, 6 p.m. at Northpointe

GIRLS BASKETBALL

3A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE

W L

Heritage (3-2) 1 0

Kelso (3-1) 0 0

Mountain View (0-2) 0 0

Prairie (0-4) 0 0

Evergreen (0-5) 0 1

HERITAGE 48, EVERGREEN 15

HERITAGE — Alex Rosenbaum 10, Paige Kirby 4, Jennifer Granados-Gonzalez 0, Madalynn Thun 2, Becky Lopez-Hernandez 0, Keanna Salavea 22,  Jordis Taylor 2, B. Kirby 0, Batista 6. Totals 21 (6) 0-8 48.

EVERGREEN — Ariel Busby 6, Jaidalyn Alanis 3, Hilary Yoon 2, Rylee Martin 0, Coraleigh Speer 4, Wendy Perez-Martin 0, Cheyenne Morales 0, Betty To 0, Naiomi Dain 0. Totals N/A 15.

Heritage 17 10 7 14—48

Evergreen 4 2 4 5—15

2A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE

W L

Hudson’s Bay (4-0) 2 0

Columbia River (2-2) 2 0

Washougal (3-2) 1 0

Hockinson (3-1) 1 1

Ridgefield (2-2) 1 1

Mark Morris (2-3) 1 1

Woodland (1-2) 0 1

R.A. Long (1-3) 0 2

Fort Vancouver (1-4) 0 2

HUDSON’S BAY 58, HOCKINSON 54

HOCKINSON — Allie Seekins 2, Addie Chappelle 8, Gracie Brammer 5, Delaney Chappelle 2, Siena Brown 14, Kylie Ritter 16, Cordy Plymale 5, Lauren Schadt 2. Totals 22 (2) 8-18 54.

HUDSON’S BAY — Mae Carse 0, Promise Bond 0, Miranda Gonzalez 0, Mahaila Harrison 18, Alana Stephens 0, Devon Johnson-Brown 0, Paytin Ballard 24, Aniyah Hampton 13. Totals 21 (1) 15-23 54.

Hockinson 14 12 9 19—54

Hud.Bay 15 10 16 17—58

JV — Hudson’s Bay won.

MARK MORRIS 61, RIDGEFIELD 52

RIDGEFIELD — Kelli Krsul 23, Megan Weber 5, Annika Hill 3, Avery Wilson 6, Elizabeth Swift 0, Morgan Goode 8, Makayla Ferguson 3, Hannah Smith 0, Audrie Chapman 0, Piper Meek 4. Totals 16-49 (5-20) 5-11 52.

MARK MORRIS — Madi Noel 13, Mo Harris 4, Brooklyn Schlecht 13, Emma Fisher 17, Hallie Watson 3, Erica Snyder 0, Taylor Wilkinson 2, Ali Millspaugh 9, Isabella Merzoian 0. Totals 12-26 (7-22) 12-16 61.

Ridgefield 20 15 5 12—52

M.Morris 16 7 15 23—61

COLUMBIA RIVER 51, FORT VANCOUVER 13

COLUMBIA RIVER — Camryn Drake 2, Marley Myers 2, Kinzi Drake 4, Emma Iniguez 8, Teagan Benke 10, Noelle Young 4, Layla Baker 8, Caitlyn McKay 9, Emmalei Reynolds 2. Totals 21 (1) 6-16 51.

FORT VANCOUVER — Avery Rowe 0, Molly Malone 2, Athiena Ghormley 0, Trian Clark 2, Evelyn Cruz 0, April Cruz 2,  Olivia Anthony 3, Adreana Templet 0, Victoria McCabe 2. Totals 4 (0) 5-13 13.

Col.River 9 15 10 17—51

Fort 2 7 1 3—13

JV — Columbia River won.

WASHOUGAL 63, R.A. LONG 23

WASHOUGAL — Chloe Johnson 5, Sydnee Momakov 2, Savea Mansfield 9, Bella Albaugh 4, Jaiden Bea 24, Samantha Mederos 5, Hadley Jones 4, Carissa De La Rocha 10, Jaisa Wilson 2.

R.A. LONG — N/A.

Washougal 12 16 22 13—63

R.A. Long 9 2 7 5—23

NON-LEAGUE

UNION 48, PRAIRIE 33

PRAIRIE (0-4) — Claire Smith 6, August Kissinger 0, Alysia Fraly 5, Jordan Peterson 9, Madison Clouse 5, Joely Renk 3, Ruby Morningstar 0, Trinity Espiritu 3. Totals 12 (4) 5-8 33.

UNION (3-1) — Adrian Wright 0, Olivia Euverman 8, Grace Burchett 4, Mariah Gahl 8, Mackenzie Spike 0, L. Sanderson 0, Hanna Summers 4, Caitlyn Leake 13, Eli Fleming 6, Alex Yelverton 5. Totals 17 (5) 9-15 48.

Prairie 8 6 15 4—33

Union 13 10 14 11—48

BENSON 60, CAMAS 52

BENSON (ORE.) — Maurianna Hashemian-Orr 10, Olivia Hinck 3, Malaya LeSueur 27, Onna Brown 4, Mahogany Chandler-Roberts 16. Totals 24 (3) 9-16 60.

CAMAS (2-2) — Reagan Jamison 3, Kendall Mairs 0, Riley Sanz 6, Parker Mairs 3, Anna Mooney 8, Sophie Buzzard 0, Ava Smith 12, Addison Harris 16, Keirra Thompson 4. Totals 19 (5) 9-20 52.

Benson 13 15 13 19—60

Camas 14 9 16 13—52

CORBETT 60, STEVENSON 15

CORBETT (ORE.) — Allyson Schimel 18, Lilly Schimel 4, Grace Merrill 7, Ella Holwege 2, Maddie Lanter 5, Sydney Schimel 4, Isabelle Van Hee 6, Taylor Donahue 2, Luciana Raimondo 12.

STEVENSON — Ashleigh Esaacson 0, Aria Obias 0, Sofia Spencer 5, Isabella Spencer 5, Sierra Leal 0, Samia Rudd 0, Piper Rudd 0, Ramy Nielson 6, Bella Mancuso , Leah Damian 1, Rebecca Townsend 4.

Corbett 15 17 10 18—60

Stevenson 2 4 7 2—15

BOYS BASKETBALL

NON-LEAGUE

CAMAS 79, JEFFERSON 51

CAMAS (2-0) — Luke Dizon 6, Matthew Chilian 5, Josh Dabasinskas 14, Jace VanVoorhis 18, Theo McMillan 2, Carson Frawley 12, Quentin Allen 2, Stephen Behil 13, Grady Milholen 2, Jamison Carlisle 7. Totals 32 (8) 7-13 79.

JEFFERSON — Brave Johnson 7, Preston Reid 8, Elijah Moaning 3, Kamari Ransom 3, DJ Johnson 7, Wyatt Krogh 0, D’ryus Dent 8, Marcus Shambly 4, Elijah Harden 0. Totals 17 (5) 10-15 51.

Camas 20 26 19 19—79

Jefferson 3 16 12 13—51

JV — Camas 54-41

PRAIRIE 69, SETON CATHOLIC 36

SETON CATHOLIC (2-2) — Dax Clifton 0, Brady Angelo 5, Jacob George 11, Rico George 7, Breckin Miller 4, Lance Lee 3, Demi Alvarado 0, Jack Jenniges 6. Totals 12 (2) 10-20 36.

PRAIRIE (1-0) — Kaden Raley 0, Baily Kousonsavath 14, Solomon Ogbeama 0, Tyson Davis 2, Hayden Rose 31, Brendan Carter 0, Dominick Vigue 8, Drew Martin 2, Talus Sather 9, Pierson Lameh 0, Ashveer Sandhu 0. Totals 29 (5) 6-13 69.

Seton 6 16 8 6—36

Prairie 11 17 21 20—69

JV — Prairie won. Frosh — Prairie won.

KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 62, MONTESANO 30

KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN (3-1) — Jamison Duke 19, Aiden Peterson 0, Ryan Tyler 8, Giovanny Evanson 19, Isaac Pisarczyk 0, Alex Fulton 9, Matthew Belefski 3, Jack Somarakis 2, Will Gunn 2. Totals 22-50 (9-23) 9-13 62.

MONTESANO — Josh Wills 3, Jackson Busz 3, Caleb Rasmussen , Gabe Bodwell ,  Spencer Lovell 2, Tyce Peterson 2, Trent Adams 7, Camden Taylor 3, Caydon Lovell 10. Totals 12-48 (3-19) 3-12 30.

King’s Way 17 19 17 9—62

Montesano 5 2 12 11—30

CASTLE ROCK 67, HOQUIAM 52

CASTLE ROCK (4-0) — Hayden Curtiss 0, Trystin Marin 27, Trevor Rogen 6, Chance Naugle 6, Chase Rusher 0, Lane Partridge 8, Adam Partridge 18, Garcia 2. Totals 25 (5) 12-27 67.

HOQUIAM — Owen McNeill 12, Zander Jump 3, Michael Lorton Watkins 18, Giovanni Foster 2, Jake Templer 8, Justice Stankavich 6. Totals 22 (6) 2-5 52.

Castle Rock 17 9 16 25—67

Hoquiam 17 14 14 6—52

GIRLS BOWLING

PRAIRIE 1631, BATTLE GROUND 1594,

At Bailey’s Tiger Bowl

BATTLE GROUND — Sydney Wheaton 152-180, Mazlyn 118-133, Ensley Stephenson 152-101, Grace Beagle 187-142, Abby Johnson 110, Emma Johnson 90. Baker games 123-105.

PRAIRIE — Katie Postma 130-109, Aaliyah Turner 128-139, Jennifer Cabusao 104-99, Kasumi Hori 156-138, Lily Bash 180-169. Baker games 144-135.

JV — Battle Ground 1006-873.

MARK MORRIS 1950, RIDGEFIELD 1717

At Husted’s Hazel Dell Lanes

MARK MORRIS — Damarys Flores 124-189, Natalia Breeden 142-136, Elise Aguirre 153-151, Brooklyn Dellinger 142-173, Mahalia Perkins 233-186. Baker games 177-144.

RIDGEFIELD — Hailey Betts 172-108, Kate Moreland 85-173, Avaa Shibley 123-143, Lorena Jimenez 147-151, Ada Johnson 168-158. Baker games 131-158.

JV — Mark Morris 1248-1119.

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