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High school scoreboard, results from Dec. 18

By , Columbian sports staff
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BOYS BASKETBALL

NON-LEAGUE

UNION 56, SILAS 39

UNION — Kindrick Aragon 2, Jamison Limbrick 6, Evan Eschels 21, Porter Hill 11, Ethan Carter 0, Tucker Dunseth 0, Yanni Fassillis 14, Josiah Baldassare 0. Totals 23 (6) 4-12 56.

SILAS — McDaniel 8, Webster 9, T. Walker 16, Coley 0, L. Walker 0, Dewalt 0, Wentz 2, Wright 3, Jackson 0, Drechsel 1. Totals 13 (3) 9-14 39.

Union 6 16 17 17—56

Silas 10 13 2 13—39

MOUNTAIN VIEW 82, HUDSON’S BAY 47

HUDSON’S BAY — Rafael Baughman 6, Eddie Grier 11, Gustavo Gonzalez 5, Joey Gordon 17, Kayden Gonzales 4, Lincoln Goode 2, Greg Perry 0, Isaac Hossom 2, Breyden Pennington 0, Cole Ogden 0, Quincy Blocker 0. Totals 19 (4) 5-7 47.

MOUNTAIN VIEW — Jacob Martin 5, Isaiah Vargas 18, Aiden Nicholson 4, Mahkakri Bolds 16, Noah Morishige 5, Daniel Dolev 9, Madden Wilson 6, Michael Tauscher 8, Brandon Getch 0, Jack Johnson 0, Ledarius Washington 8, David Tauscher 3. Totals 31 (10) 10-15 82.

Hudson’s Bay 11 15 10 11—47

Mount. View 16 25 22 19—82

ADNA 49, CASTLE ROCK 44

ADNA — Seth Meister 20, Eli Smith 14, Braeden Salme 7, Chase Collins 4, Lane Johnson 4.

CASTLE ROCK — Hayden Curtiss 0, Trystin Marin 6, Trevor Rogen 8, James Montgomery 1, Adam Partridge 29.

Adna 16 9 8 16—49

Castle Rock 7 8 14 13—44

GIRLS BASKETBALL

2A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE

W L

Washougal (5-2) 3 0

Hockinson (6-1) 4 1

Hudson’s Bay (5-1) 3 1

Columbia River (3-4) 3 2

Mark Morris (4-4) 3 2

Ridgefield (2-3) 1 2

Woodland (2-4) 1 3

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

Fort Vancouver (1-7) 0 4

Saturday’s Games

Mark Morris 45, Fort Vancouver 5, no report

Washougal 61, Columbia River 22

Hockinson 56, Woodland 21

Ridgefield at R.A. Long, ppd.

HOCKINSON 56, WOODLAND 21

WOODLAND — Addi Stading 8, Sydney George 0, Abbie Huston 0, Lucy Sams 0, Kenzi Bunger 0, Sophia Speranza 0, Riley Stading 7, Ella Lindsay 4, Emily Hughes 0. Totals 9 (0) 3-13 21.

HOCKINSON — Allie Seekins 3, Addie Chappelle 4, Gracie Brammer 20, Delaney Chappelle 8, Siena Brown 0, Kylie Ritter 8, Ellie Ritter 9, Lauren Schadt 4. Totals 17 (5) 7-15 56.

Woodland 2 10 5 4—21 

Hockinson 9 11 13 16—56

NON-LEAGUE

CAMAS 42, CENTRAL CATHOLIC 25

CAMAS — Reagan Jamison 3, Kendall Mairs 1, Riley Sanz 8, Parker Mairs 0, Kendall Bachelder 0, Kennady Broadbent 0, Anna Mooney 3, Sammi Guffey 5, Sophie Buzzard 0, Ava Smith 5, Ally Stoller 0, Addison Harris 10, Keirra Thompson 7. Totals 16 (5) 5-8 42.

CENTRAL CATHOLIC (ORE.) — Allen 7, Elmore 2, Cratsenberg 0, Gaber 0, Gordan 0, Thomas 0, Baker 15, Woodard 0, Holt 1, Pierce 0, Robertson 0. Totals 7 (3) 8-17 25.

Camas 9 8 12 13—42

C.Catholic 4 10 9 2—25

OLYMPIA 41, UNION 28

UNION — Carli Christensen 0, Adrian Wright 2, Olivia Euverman 5, Jadlyn Senderson 6, Grace Burchett 5, Mariah Gahl 2, Mackenzie Spike 0, Layla Senderson 6, Hanna Summers 2, Eli Fleming 0, Zoey Robards , Alex Yelverton 0. Totals 10 (4) 4-9 28.

OLYMPIA — Noel Jekel 5, Ava Wolin 9, Claudia Horton 8, Lauren Wolin 4, Taylor Whaley 6, Hannah Berschauer 3, Krista Hisole 6, Kate Murphy 0, Nia Odhiambo 0. Totals 17 (4) 3-6 41.

Union 1 5 5 17—28

Olympia 11 12 13 5—41

HERITAGE 50, NEWPORT (ORE.) 33

NEWPORT — Green 0, Murray 9, Simmons 2, Wolf 3, P. Thompson 15, Mitchell 4. Totals 12 (4) 5-6 33.

HERITAGE — Jennifer Grandos Gonzalez 1, Brooke Kirby 2, Alex Rosenbaum 16, Paige Kirby 0, Keanna Salavea 24, Jordis Taylor 7. Totals 19 (5) 7-16 50.

Newport 13 5 7 8—33

Heritage 13 9 11 17—50

GYMNASTICS

CAMAS 173.6; UNION 146.2; SKYVIEW 144.15; COLUMBIA RIVER 136.95

At Naydenov

Vault — 1, Peyton Cody (CR) 8.5; 2, Olivia Chou (S) 8.4; 3, (tie) Sydney Stahl (CR) and Cassidy Hampton (U) 8.3.

Bars — 1. Anna Sugarman (S) 9.1; 2, Kennedy Cody (C) 8.7; 3, Corissa Cassity (C) 8.6.

Beam — 1, (tie) Sugarman and Hallie Kempf (C) 9.4; 3, Alliah Hubbard (C) 9.3.

Floor — 1, Kempf 9.5; 2, Sugarman 9.4; 3, P. Cody 9.3.

All-around — 1, Sugarman 35.7; 2 (tie) Kempf and K. Cody 34.6.

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