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Prep basketball: Eddie Grier’s late layup lifts Hudson’s Bay boys over Washougal

Panthers erased 12-point deficit in last three minutes

The Columbian
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Washougal erased a 12-point deficit in the final three minutes, but Eddie Grier’s layup with five seconds left lifted the Hudson’s Bay boys basketball team to a 74-72 win over visiting Washougal in a 2A Greater St. Helens League game on Friday.

Ioannis Fassilis scored 17 of his game-high 38 points in the fourth quarter to help rally the Panthers.

Joey Gordon paced Bay with 29 points. Isaiah David had 15 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and four steals for the Eagles.

SKYVIEW 81, CAMAS 65 — Squeeky Johnson had 13 of his 22 points in the first quarter and the Storm shot out to a 26-10 lead and cruised to a 4A/3A GSHL win.

Mehkai Brooks aqdded 17 points and Cole Bain had 12 for the Storm.

Carson Frawley led Camas with 22 points.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 87, HERITAGE 38 — Austin Lee scored 24 points, and the Thunder shot out to a 47-18 halftime lead.

Lee hit four of the Thunder’s 12 3-pointers.

Aiden Nicholson added 12 points and Isaiah Vargas scored 10.

Lem Adams led Heritage with nine points.

MARK MORRIS 69, RIDGEFIELD 41 — The Monarchs dominated in the paint with 16 offensive rebounds to pull away from the Spudders.

Mark Morris stretched a 29-20 halftime lead into double digits, and the Spudders never challenged from there.

Kobe Parlin led Mark Morris with 20 points, and Ashton Harvey scored 14 points and Nate Millspaugh and Braydon Olson added 13 each.

Ty Snider and Henry Hughes had 11 each for Ridgefield.

KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 72, COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON 29 — Bryce Dodge had 27 points and Giovanny Evanson added 24 points and five steals as the Knights breezed to victory.

Girls basketball

UNION 69, SKYVIEW 52 — Lolo Weatherspoon got Union going in the second half, scoring 18 of her 24 points to help the Titans pull away.

Union went cold for the final five minutes of the second quarter, allowing Skyview to tie the game 29-29 at halftime. But Weatherspoon hit both of her 3-pointers in the third as Union surged ahead 49-40.

Ariel Ammentorp added eight points and 10 rebounds for Union. Jordan Hallett lead Skyview with 13 points.

BATTLE GROUND 60, EVERGREEN 43 — Candice Adams scored 18 points and Mallory Meyer added 15 to lead the Tigers to a 4A/3A GSHL win.

Abby Beall added 13 for Battle Ground, which led 35-22 by halftime.

Coraleigh Speer and Hilary Yoon led Evergreen with 12 points each.

RIDGEFIELD 56, MARK MORRIS 34 — Kelli Krusl “put on a show tonight” according to coach Billy McKinney, scoring 20 points with eight rebounds and five steals.

The Spudders had 17 steals as a team and 34 rebounds.

“We had a good full-court defense,” McKinney said. “A zone trap press that took them out of their rhythm.”

Grace Goode added 13 for the Spudders. Bella Merzoian led the Monarchs with 11.

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