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Girls basketball: Riley Sanz, Addison Harris spark Camas to a 64-52 win at Eastlake

The Columbian

Riley Sanz scored 16 points and sparked a key fastbreak with a defensive play late as the Camas girls basketball team pulled away for a 64-52 win at Eastlake on Friday.

Camas held a two-point lead with three minutes to play when Sanz got a deflection on defense that led to a steal by Reagan Jamison.

“Jamison passed ahead for an Addie Harris bucket, and we didn’t look back,” Camas coach Scott Thompson said.

Sanz hit four of seven 3-point shots.

“Every time Eastlake started to make a run it just felt like Riley Sanz was there to knock down a shot,” Thompson said.

Harris hit three 3-pointers to finish with a team-high 23 points. She also had seven rebounds. Keira Thompson added 11 points for Camas (1-1).

“It definitely felt good to go toe-to-toe with a team that we anticipate being a top team in the state,” Thompson said.

Camas travels to play Archbishop Murphy in Everett on Saturday.

UNION 74, MOUNTAIN VIEW 27 — Freshman Brooklyn Haywood hits four 3-pointers and scored 23 points to lead the Titans to a season-opening win at Mountain View.

Two other new additions — Ava Smith and Rowyn Riley — scored 16 points each for the Titans.

Camaria Brown led Mountain View (1-2) with 11 points.

Union plays at Columbia River on Monday, while hosts Prairie on Tuesday.

SKYVIEW 50, COLUMBIA RIVER 28 — Jordan Labrador-Hallett had 14 points and 10 steals as the Storm overcame a cold shooting night to pull away from River late.

Hallett scored nine of her 14 points in the fourth quarter, when Skyview outscored River 20-1.

Sam Groesbeck scored 13 points for Skyview (2-0), which hit 3 of 25 3-point shots.

Emma Iniguez led the Rapids (0-1) with nine points.

HERITAGE 67, CENTRALIA 36 — Keanna Salavea scored 23 points as Heritage overcame to a slow start to blow open the game with a big second quarter in Centralia.

Heritage outscored the Tigers 27-7 to take a 35-17 lead into halftime.

“We were able handle pressure better, limited turover and were able to run in transtion more,” Heritage coach Jacob Kaler said of the second quarter, “And we started knocking down shots. We started cold shooting. Then we got energy and tempo and built some momentum.”

Jaila Ellis added 11 points and Mariah Bibens had 10 for the Timberwolves (2-0).

Heritage hosts Hood River Valley (Ore.) on Tuesday.

FORT VANCOUVER 42, STEVENSON 25 — Trian Clark scored 15 of her game-high 23 points in the first half as the Trappers beat visiting Stevenson.

Cayden Hulsey-Bible led Stevenson in scoring with seven points.

EVERGREEN 53, BATTLE GROUND 49 — Lavalerie Lindsey scored 23 points and Adrian Wright added 18 as Evergreen improved to 2-0.

Lindsey scored 18 of her points in the second quarter when Evergreen turned a 16-6 deficit into a 32-24 halftime lead.

Wright went three for five from the free throw line in the fourth quarter to help seal the win over Evergreen. Evergreen was 6 of 22 from the line in the fourth quarter, allowing Battle Ground to keep it close.

Yvette Rosales scored 14 to lead the Tigers.

Evergreen plays at Skyview next Thursday, while Battle Ground hosts Mountain View next Friday.

TUMWATER 53, WASHOUGAL 33 — Chloe Johnson had 10 points and four rebounds as the Panthers could not rebound from a poor start at Tumwater.

Washougal trailed 27-13 at halftime, but a 10-0 run in the third quarter got the Panthers within seven points. Then the Thunderbirds pulled away for the win.

Breauna Alldrin had six points and eight rebounds, Isabella Albaugh had six points and six rebounds, and Hadley Jones added 10 rebounds for the Panthers.

KELSO 49, MARK MORRIS 43 — Lexi Grumbois scored 16 points and McKenzie Milligan added 12 for Kelso. Isabella Merzoian scored 20 to lead Mark Morris.