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Dec. 1, 2023

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Prep basketball: Mountain View girls big fourth quarter rally sinks Seton Catholic


Nina Peterson scored the go-ahead basket with about 25 seconds to play as Mountain View rallied from 18 points down entering the fourth quarter to beat Seton Catholic 58-57 in non-league girls basketball action Thursday.

The Thunder trailed 53-35 going into the fourth quarter.

Peterson scored nine of her 17 points in the fourth quarter to help Mountain View recover. Katelyn Henderson also had 17 points for the Thunder.

The Cougars had the final possession of the game, but turned the ball over.

Seton’s Keira Williams and Anna Mooney each had 12 points for the Cougars.

TUMWATER 56, HOCKINSON 13 — Kylie Waltermeyer scored a game-high 20 points to lead the Thunderbirds past visiting Hockinson.

“Tumwater shot the ball very well, in fact, made as many shots as we attempted,” Hockinson coach Damon Roche said. “I have faith in our players and in what we do. It will take a minute to gain traction, but I’m confident it will.”

Siena Brown and Allie Seekins had five points each, and freshman Kendall Lawson had five rebounds for the Hawks.

MONTESANO 57, LA CENTER 15 — University of Minnesota commit McKynnlie Dalan scored 18 points as the Bulldogs cruised past the short-handed Wildcats.

With a backcourt depleted by injuries and absences, La Center (0-3) trailed 36-6 at halftime.

WOODLAND 54, KALAMA 39 — Addi Stading and Riley Stadium scored 14 points each as Woodland pulled away in the second half for a season-opening win.

Addi Stading hit three 3-pointers and Riley Stading added four points in a decisive third quarter that saw the Beavers expand a 23-21 halftime lead into a 37-28 advantage.

Reese Johnston scored 15 points to lead Kalama.

Boys basketball

HERITAGE 81, FORT VANCOUVER 47 — Vernon Onick scored 21 of his game-high 30 points in the first half as the Timberwolves picked up the non-league victory over visiting Fort Vancouver.

Jarius Brown had 13 of his 19 points in the second half for Heritage, and Quincy Gill Jr. had 12 of his 17 points in the second half as well.

Ahron Melendez led the Trappers in scoring with 11 points.

COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON 53, CORBETT (ORE.) 31 — Spencer Karlson and Dylan Nortz scored 10 points each in a balanced offensive effort from the Bruins in their season opener.

STEVENSON 60, IRRIGON (Ore.) 30 — Kacen Bach scored 12 of his game-high 20 points in the first quarter, sparking Stevenson to a season-opening road win.

Tucker Wyninger added 10 points for the Bulldogs, and Chris Blackledge and Jordan Waymire added nine points each.

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