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High school scoreboard, results from Dec. 22

By , Columbian sports staff
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BOYS BASKETBALL

NON-LEAGUE

KALAMA 56, KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 47

No report

WASHINGTON STATE SCORES

Wednesday’s Games

Auburn Mountainview 69, Shelton 49

Chief Sealth 73, Tyee 39

Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 62, Shadle Park 47

Davis 82, Ellensburg 66

Deer Park 49, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 41

Eatonville 66, Orting 32

Forks 54, Hoquiam 39

Kamiak 54, Everett 33

Kittitas 60, Entiat 20

Lynden 73, Mariner 61

Mount Vernon 70, Sehome 59

North Beach 46, Montesano 34

Odessa 44, Selkirk 25

Pomeroy 54, Colton 34

Redmond 50, Juanita 42

Riverside 60, Rogers (Spokane) 40

Skyline 72, Mercer Island 43

Squalicum 57, South Kitsap 47

Toledo 46, Tenino 41

GIRLS BASKETBALL

NON-LEAGUE

LA CENTER 51, HOQUIAM 18

HOQUIAM — Graci Bonney-Spradlin 5, Ashlinn Cady 3, Ella Folkers 0, Katie Burnett 0, Lynell Franks 3, Charli Sampson-Eastman 5, Avery Howard 0, Kamry Krohn 2. Totals 5 (2) 6-12 18.

LA CENTER — Jessie Tomberlin 3, Gianna D’Emilio 17, Pearl Muhareb 0, Annabelle Atwood 6, Talia Wise 2, Billie Ross 0, Alyse Webberley 2, Mekenzie Schockelt 0, Kylee Stephens 15, Malyah Cooley 6. Totals 18 (7) 8-12 51.

Hoquiam 1 2 4 11—18

La Center 15 4 19 13—51

TOUTLE LAKE 67, SETON CATHOLIC 60 (2OT)

TOUTLE LAKE — Jordyn Grabenhorst 18, Cadance Thayer 0, Kaydence King 7, Kendal Dean 2, Makinnley Byman 7, Payton Thayer 8, Halleigh Cooper 0, Karlie Smith 13, Jasmine Smith 12. Totals 20 (8) 13-31 67.

SETON CATHOLIC — Lauryn Bowyer 10, Kiera Williams 15, Maddie Willis 10, Hannah Jo Hammerstrom 6, Alyssa Mancuso 4, Cami Price 7, Hailey Hammerstrom 8. Totals 17 (8) 16-24 60.

Toutle Lake 14 16 11 12 6 8—67

Seton 16 17 8 12 6 2—60

JV — Toutle Lake won

WASHINGTON STATE SCORES

Wednesday’s Games

Deer Park 51, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 32

Hanford 73, Prosser 46

Lynden Christian 74, Ferndale 37

Odessa 46, Selkirk 20

Peninsula 47, Shelton 17

Reardan 60, Chewelah 22

Sultan 53, South Whidbey 15

Tenino 41, Toledo 24

Winlock 49, Castle Rock 29

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