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High school scoreboard, results from Dec. 16

By , Columbian sports staff
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FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

(SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

BOYS BASKETBALL

Washougal at Columbia River, 7:30 p.m.

Fort Vancouver at Mark Morris, 7:30 p.m.

Hockinson at Woodland, 7:30 p.m.

Ridgefield at R.A. Long, 7:30 p.m.

Castle Rock at Tenino, 7 p.m.

La Center at Montesano, 7 p.m.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Heritage at Seaside (Ore.) Holiday Tournament

Seton Catholic at Stevenson, 7 p.m.

Kalama at Onalaska, 7 p.m.

GIRLS BOWLING

Columbia River vs. Hudson’s Bay, 3:15 p.m. at Hazel Dell Lanes

BOYS BASKETBALL

NON-LEAGUE

SETON CATHOLIC 63, STEVENSON 35

STEVENSON (1-4) — Nate Kick 0, Tucker Wyninger 2, Michael Vander Borght 5, Joseph Jenkins 7, Sean O’Neal 2, Kacen Bach 11, Jordan Waymire 3, Garrett Funk 0, Max Jenkins 5. Totals 13 (3) 6-12 35.

SETON CATHOLIC (4-2) — Dax Clifton 5, Brady Angelo 17, Jacob George 16, Rico George 4, Westy Westrick 6, Breckin Miller 0, Lance Lee 3, Demi Alvarado 0, Andrew Harnish 2, Jack Jenniges 10. Totals 25 (9) 4-6 63.

Stevenson 13 7 5 10—35

Seton 23 18 15 7—63

GIRLS BASKETBALL

2A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE

W L

Washougal (4-2) 2 0

Columbia River (3-3) 3 1

Hudson’s Bay (5-1) 3 1

Hockinson (5-1) 3 1

Mark Morris (3-4) 2 2

Woodland (2-3) 1 2

Ridgefield (2-3) 1 2

R.A. Long (1-4) 0 3

Fort Vancouver (1-6) 0 3

Thursday’s Games

Hockinson 72, Columbia River 30, no report

Mark Morris 67, Woodland 34, no report

HUDSON’S BAY 68, R.A. LONG 42

R.A. LONG — Miranda Lomax 19, Brianna Dual 0, Breyelle Box 4, Kendra Chapin 2, Jadyn Terry 5, Grace House 4, Kathryn Chapin 0, Giulia Silvestri 0, Jayla Clark 8. Totals 13 (3) 9-12 42.

HUDSON’S BAY — Mae Carse 0, Promise Bond 1, Miranda Gonzalez 4, Mahaila Harrison 23, Alana Stephens 2, Devon Johnson-Brown 2, Paytin Ballard 14, Aniyah Hampton 17, Zoriah Jones 5. Totals 27 (4) 10-19 68.

R.A. Long 11 7 8 16—42

Hud. Bay 18 21 18 11—68

JV — Hudson’s Bay won

NON-LEAGUE

ASTORIA (ORE.) 49, HERITAGE 35

Seaside Holiday Tournament

HERITAGE — Alex Rosenbaum 3, Paige Kirby 2, Jennifer Granados-Gonzalez 0, Maddie Thun 3, Keanna Salavea 27, Jordis Taylor 0, Brooke Kirby 0. Totals 14 (6) 1-4 35.

ASTORIA (Ore.) — Mercedes Walter 0, Mollie Matthews 6, Tayla Huber 4, Aaliyah Birdeno 0, Avery Biederman 4, Kaylee Falleur 0, Shelby Bruney 18, Caleigh Peterson 8, Nayomi Holmstedt 6, Malory Dundas 3. Totals 17 (3) 14-18 48.

Heritage 11 4 6 14—35

Astoria 8 9 12 20—49

MONTESANO 53, LA CENTER 37

MONTESANO (5-1) — Olivia Young , Jaiden King , Mikayla Stanfield 3, Addie Winter 0, Maia Young 9, Jordan Karr 0, Vanna Prom 0, Paige Lisherness 18, Hannah Bruland 0, McKynnlie Dalan 23, Lizzy York 0. Totals 21 (5) 6-16 53.

LA CENTER (4-4) — Jessie Tomberlin 0, Gianna D’Emilio 18, Annabelle Atwood 3, Billie Ross 0, Alyse Webberley 6, Kylee Stephens 10, Malyah Cooley 0. Totals 13 (6) 5-9 37.

Montesano 14 9 19 11—53

La Center 8 17 8 4—37

GIRLS BOWLING

FORT VANCOUVER 2038, PRAIRIE 1852

At Bailey’s Tiger Bowl

FORT VANCOUVER — Lia Harris 165-166, Annabelle Wiley 112-126, Lilly Peschka 179-161, Erin Narvasa 151-182, Rose Ugbinada 181-176. Baker games 225-214.

PRAIRIE — Katie Postma 110-91, Aaliyah Turner 158-131, Kasumi Hori 131-122, Lily Bash 183-191, Karley Wold-Hayes 254-182. Baker games 172-127.

JV — Fort Vancouver 1419-1176

COLUMBIA RIVER 2066, R.A. LONG 1956

At Triangle Bowl

COLUMBIA RIVER — Sadie Burrows 126-232, Jamie Green 200-198, Hailey Gress 160-152, Pax Marino 161-188, Kylee Jo Wisinski 158-156. Baker games 138-197.

R.A. LONG — Jade Walters 173-157, Lillie Glenn 135-117, Natalie Bargen 123-158, Ava Rudman 172-198, Katie Lender-Aberle 184-223. Baker games 171-143.

JV — River 1528-1332.

C — River 1256-1171.

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