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Prep roundup: Washougal girls roll past Columbia River, stay unbeaten in 2A GSHL


The Washougal girls basketball team picked up its third straight win in 2A Greater St. Helens League play, downing Columbia River 61-22 at home on Saturday afternoon.

Savea Mansfield tallied 13 points, eight rebounds and two steals, Jaiden Bea poured in 13 points, seven rebounds and four assists, and Bella Albaugh added 11 points and four rebounds.

Washougal (5-2, 3-0) also had nine points each from Chloe Johnson and Samantha Mederos.

Johnson provided the highlight of the day when she drained a half-court heave at the first-quarter buzzer, which gave Washougal a 21-5 advantage.

Statistics were not available for Columbia River (3-4, 3-2).

Girls basketball

CAMAS 42, CENTRAL CATHOLIC 25 — The Papermakers were one of several local teams to experience playing at the Moda Center in Portland, and snapped a three-game losing streak in the process Saturday.

Addison Harris led Camas (3-3) with 10 points, Riley Sanz added eight and Keirra Thompson chipped in seven. Gretta Baker had 15 points to lead Central Catholic of Portland.

“Playing at the Moda is a phenomenal experience,” Camas head coach Scott Thompson said, “and I am so glad that we were able to give that to these girls.”

The Papermakers outscored the Rams 13-2 in the final quarter and held them without a field goal.

HOCKINSON 56, WOODLAND 21 — The Hawks (6-1, 4-1) earned their third 2A GSHL win by stifling Woodland at home.

Gracie Brammer led all scorers with 19 points plus seven steals. Kylie Ritter added nine points, six rebounds, five assists and four steals. Ellie Ritter had nine points and four steals, while Delaney Chappelle collected eight points, six rebounds and six steals.

Addi Stading’s eight points led Woodland (2-4, 1-3) and Riley Stading chipped in seven.

OLYMPIA 41, UNION 28 — Offense was hard to come by for the Titans, who scored 11 points through three quarters on the road.

Olympia’s Ava Wolin had a game-high nine points and Claudia Horton chipped in eight. Union freshmen Jadlyn Senderson and Laya Senderson each had six points to lead the Titans (3-3).

HERITAGE 50, NEWPORT 33 — Heritage won its second straight to wrap up the three-day Seaside Holiday Tournament in Oregon.

Keanna Salavea scored a game-high 24 points for the Timberwolves (5-2) and Alex Rosenbaum also reached double-digits with 16 points.

Boys basketball

UNION 56, SILAS 39 — Playing without senior guard Bryson Metz due to injury, three players scored in double figures to lead the Titans in the opening round of the Hardwood Invitational at Auburn High School.

Evan Eschels scored a team-high 21 points, Yanni Fassillis chipped in 14 points and Porter Hill collected 11 points.

Union (4-1) outscored Silas 17-2 in the third quarter, turning a one-point halftime deficit into a double-digit lead heading to the fourth.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 82, HUDSON’S BAY 47 — Under the bright lights of the Moda Center in Portland, Mountain View scored a season high in points and hit 10 3-pointers en route to its third straight win.

Isaiah Vargas’ 18 points led the Thunder (5-3), while Mahkakri Bolds chipped in 16 points with four shots from deep.

Hudson’s Bay (1-5) was led by Joey Gordon’s 17 points. Eddie Grier added 11 points.

ADNA 49, CASTLE ROCK 44 — Adna rained in eight 3-pointers and held off Castle Rock’s comeback attempt at the Moda Center in Portland.

Castle Rock’s Adam Partridge led all scorers with 29 points. Seth Meister hit four 3-pointers as part of a 20-point effort for Adna.

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