Trailing by one point after three quarters, the Camas girls basketball team finished strong in a 77-63 win over Skyview to go to 10-0 in the 4A/3A Greater St. Helens League.
Camas freshman Addison Harris scored eight of her 17 points in the fourth quarter. She also had nine rebounds and seven steals.
Maddie Hendricks led Skyview with 18 points and 12 rebounds.
WASHOUGAL 63, WOODLAND 24 — The Panthers celebrated Senior Night with a convincing 2A GSHL win.
Senior Skylar Bea, an Idaho commit, had 14 points and 11 rebounds.
Starting four seniors (Bea, Taylor Gibbons, Emilia Nicholson and McKenna Jackson), the Panthers sprinted to a 26-3 lead after one quarter.
“We had some different energy on the court,” Washougal coach Britney Ervin said. “We were really looking to distribute the ball. That made a big difference to how we played.”
Savea Mansfield had 15 points and Jaiden Bea added 14 points for Washougal.
Kennedy Huestes scored 12 points for Woodland.
HUDSON’S BAY 54, R.A. LONG 21 — Jaydia Martin scored 16 points, Kamelai Powell added 14 points and the Eagles improved to 3-0 in the 2A Greater St. Helens League with a home win.
Hudson’s Bay put the game away by outscoring the Lumberjills 17-0 in the third quarter.
KELSO 65, MOUNTAIN VIEW 44 — It was May 24 and Kelso was playing its first game on its new home floor. Plus, it was senior night.
But Kelso overcame a slow start to cruise to victory behind 30 points and 16 rebounds from Natalie Fraley. Lexi Grumbois added nine points and five assists.
Mountain View was led by Nina Peterson’s 18 points on six 3-pointers.
RIDGEFIELD 69, FORT VANCOUVER 17 — Grace Goode scored 17 points and Elizabeth Swift and Kell Krsul added 11 each for the Spudders.
UNION 87, BATTLE GROUND 57 — The Titans sprinted to a 26-10 first-quarter lead and never looked back, improving to 11-0 in the 4A/3A Greater St. Helens League.
Ariya Briscoe and Kaden Horn each scored 15 points to lead Union. Izaiah Vongnath added 14 points.
Freshman Tait Spencer scored 17 points to lead Battle Ground (6-5).
CAMAS 58, SKYVIEW 55 — Carson Frawley scored 13 of his 18 points in the second half as the Papermakers held on to beat the Storm.
Squeeky Johnson got a look at a game-tying 3-pointer at the buzzer, but it was off the mark.
Theo McMillan added 14 points for Camas.
Mehkai Brooks led Skyview with 15 points and five rebounds, Johnson had 11 points and three assists and Cole Bain had nine points and nine rebounds.
KELSO 67, MOUNTAIN VIEW 49 — The Thunder had no answer for Kelso’s Michael Foust as the junior poured in 35 points.
Foust had 12 of Kelso’s 16 first-quarter points, then the Hilanders took control with a 21-7 edge in the second quarter.
Aiden Nicholson and Austin Lee scored 17 points each for Mountain View.
EVERGREEN 71, HERITAGE 52 — Jaden Stanley scored 28 points and Adonis Johns added 16 for the Plainsmen, who led 39-23 by halftime.
Quincy Gill had 11 for the Timberwolves.
CASTLE ROCK 53, SETON CATHOLIC 42 — Adam Partridge scored 22 points and Lane Partridge added 14 as the Rockets took control with a big third quarter to record their first win over Seton since 2016.
“The last two games we’ve been down at halftime and come back to win,” Castle Rock coach Hayden Tilton said. “At the half, we just looked around and said ‘Hey, we’ve been here before. Let’s take care of business.’ And they were phenomenal. ”
The Rockets have been playing with six players, including an eighth-grade point guard Trevor Rogen. Sixth-man Hayden Curtiss came off the bench when Rogen got in foul trouble in the third quarter, when the Rockets outscored Seton 14-4 to take a 39-31 lead.