Katie Peneueta hit six 3-pointers — four in the first quarter — to lead the Heritage girls basketball team to a 72-46 win over shorthanded Skyview in 4A/3A Greater St. Helens League play on Friday.
Peneueta finished with 31 points and sophomore Keanna Salavea scored 24 for Heritage.
Salavea added two 3-pointers in the first quarter as Heritage raced out to a 23-12 lead.
“They came out shooting hot,” Skyview coach Brett Johnson said. “And (Salavea) was beating us from the outside and inside.”
Maddie Hendricks had 15 points to lead the Storm, who called up four players from the junior varsity roster Friday because several varsity players were at AAU tournaments.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 42, BATTLE GROUND 35 — Nina Peterson scored 13 points and hit four 3-pointers, three in the fourth quarter to help seal a 4A/3A GSHL win for the Thunder.
Victoria Schneider added 11 points for Mountain View.
Candice Adams had 14 points for Battle Ground, and Mallory Meyer added 10.
KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 65, SETON CATHOLIC 14 — Abby Cummins hit five 3-pointers, including three in the first quarter, to lead the Knights to a Trico League win.
Cummins finished with a game-high 18 points. Laurel Quinn added 14 points.
CAMAS 86, EVERGREEN 68 — Christian Lenard hit six 3-pointers and scored 27 points to lead the Papermakers in a 4A/3A GSHL game.
Drew Triplett scored 15 points and Kyan Thompson and Stephen Behil added 11 each for Camas, which built a 52-29 lead by halftime.
Peyton Albers led Evergreen with 21 points.
FORT VANCOUVER 48, COLUMBIA RIVER 34 — Keyonte Cage scored 14 points and Tre Cannon added 12 points as the Trappers used an 18-6 edge in the first quarter to help keep the Rapids at bay in a non-league game.
“The first quarter was the difference, and our free-throw shooting,” River coach David Long said, noting the Rapids were 4 of 14 from the line. “A lot of those misses were front ends of 1-and-1s. We told the kids if they made those, they could have shot 20 free throws tonight.”
Dean Cadena added 10 points for the Trappers.
Homero Anguiano led River with seven points.
HERITAGE 8, KELSO 7, 9 inn. — Cayleigh White singled home Charliana Lizma and Lydia Schwenker with the tying and winning runs as Heritage rallied for two in the ninth to win.
Makenzie Misner also hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh to force extra innings for the Timberwolves.
Misner pitched all nine innings for Heritage, striking out 13.
Alisa Mertes and Kaydence Mackin both went 2 for 5 for Kelso.