Skyview girls basketball needed a game and was willing to travel.
Rowyn Riley and Skylar Groesbeck each scored 15 points as Skyview beat Wahkiakum 54-43 Wednesday in a game arranged on short notice.
Skyview (3-1) went on the road to face a Class 2B school after two of its games in the past week were cancelled due to COVID.
“Part of our mind still says we’re happy to take any game we can get,” Skyview coach Brett Johnson said. “We just want to play.”
Sophomore Brooke Riley had nine points and 17 rebounds. Jordan Labrador-Hallett had 13 points and eight assists.
MARK MORRIS 54, WOODLAND 40 — Kobe Parlin scored 19 points as Mark Morris broke open a close game in the fourth quarter.
The Monarchs outscored Woodland 20-6 in the fourth quarter.
“Down the stretch they went on a run,” Woodland coach Jesse Buck said. “Our turnovers hurt us.”
Drew Burns led Woodland with 14 points along with seven rebounds. Beau Swett had 13 points.
EATONVILLE 74, LA CENTER 66 — Eatonville jumped ahead by 11 points after one quarter and La Center’s comeback bid came up short at home.
Boston Walker had 22 points and eight rebounds to lead La Center (1-5), Colby Hylton added 14 points and Austin Nixon collected 11 points and eight rebounds. Shay Brannon’s 16 points led Eatonville while Jakob Lucht and Jake Walker each chipped in 15 points.
CASTLE ROCK 50, MONTESANO 49 — Adam Partridge scored 19 points, including the go-ahead basket on a putback with 20 seconds to play.
Trystin Marin also scored 19 points for the Rockets, who are 5-0.
Montesano (0-5) trailed 40-28 after three quarters, but stormed ahead to lead 49-46 with a minute to play.
SETON CATHOLIC 70, TENINO 43 — Jacob George scored nine of his team-high 18 points in the second quarter as the Cougars ran away with a non-league win at home.
Seton Catholic (3-2) outscored Tenino (4-2) 23-12 in the second quarter to take a 39-22 lead.
Brady Angelo added 15 points for the Cougars.
Stars of the day
- Addysen Case, Skyview girls bowling, had the high game and series (224-185) for the Storm in their win over Union.
- Lily Bash and Karley Wold-Hayes, Prairie girls bowling, together averaged 215 pins in four games as the Falcons beat Battle Ground 1962-1911.
- Kailee Wilcox, Evergreen girls bowling, had the high game and series (168-201) in the Plainsmen’s win over Kelso.