The Camas girls basketball team came away with a hard-fought non-league victory Wednesday, holding off a stiff challenge from Hudson’s Bay, 59-46.
The Eagles led by five at halftime and by two after three quarters plus had a lead in the fourth quarter until Camas pulled away at the free-throw line.
“Terrific game from start to finish,” Camas coach Scott Thompson said. “The game was much closer then the final score.”
Addison Harris scored eight of her 11 points and had seven of her 13 rebounds in the fourth quarter for Camas. Anna Mooney led all scorers with 20 points.
Hudson’s Bay was led in scoring by Kamelai Powell’s 15 points and Mahaila Harrison’s 12.
R.A. LONG 49, RIDGEFIELD 38 — After a close first half with the Lumberjills lead 16-13, they pulled away with a 17-10 third quarter to win the 2A Greater St. Helens League contest.
R.A. Long’s Miranda Lomax led all scorers with 16 points.
Kelli Krsul had 10 points and eight rebounds for the Spudders. Natalie Andrews and Lizzie Andrews each had 10 rebounds.
SETON CATHOLIC 63, COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON 53 — Westy Westrick scored 16 points, and Jack Jenniges had 10 as the Cougars held off the visiting Bruins.
Seton outscored Columbia by 14 points over the second and third quarters to pull ahead 43-30 going into the fourth.
Columbia’s Isaac Wang led all scorers with 19 points, and Ben Allen added 10 for the Bruins.
KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 62, CASTLE ROCK 44 — The Knights pulled away early from six-man Castle Rock. Ryan Tyler had 13 points and Logan Rossman had 12 for King’s Way.
Castle Rock’s Trevor Rogen, an eighth grader, led all scorers with 19 points, and Lance Wirkkala had 11.
HOCKINSON at HUDSON’S BAY, ppd. — The Hawks and Eagles scrimmaged at Bay when no officials showed up to the game.