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Prep highlights: Frawley goes for 44 in Camas’ win over Marshfield


With 14 points in the first half, a school-record was probably an afterthought.

However, Carson Frawley caught fire in the second half and finished with a Camas record 44 points in a 92-52 win over Marshfield of Coos Bay, Ore., on Saturday.

Marshfield (17-4) is the No. 3 ranked Class 4A team in Oregon.

Frawley had tied the school record for points in a game earlier this season. He scored 20 points in the third quarter.

Marshfield star senior Mason Ainsworth scored 14 points in the first quarter, but finished with just 16.

Boys basketball

WASHOUGAL 70, FORT VANCOUVER 46 — Carson Morris made five 3-pointers on his way to 17 points, and Sam Evers added 16 as the Panthers won at Fort Vancouver.

Ahron Melendez led the Fort scorers with 13 points.

KALAMA 80, ONALASKA 36 — Jackson Esary scored 29 points as Kalama beat Onalaska in the first round of the District 4 2B tournament.

Nate Meyer added 16 points and Preston Armstrong 10 as the Chinooks advance to play Raymond at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Castle Rock.

Girls basketball

R.A. LONG 71, HOCKINSON 48 — Miranda Lomax scored 30 points and R.A. Long beat visiting Hockinson to pull into a tie for fourth place in the 2A Greater St. Helens League.

A 17-3 third quarter helped the Lumberjills (10-7, 9-6) pull away for the win.

Hockinson (12-7, 9-4) was led in scoring by Ellie Ritter with 23 points plus three rebounds and two steals. Kylie Ritter had 11 points, five rebounds and six steals.

WOODLAND 59, COLUMBIA RIVER 52 — Abbie Huston went 10 of 14 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to seal the win for Woodland.

Huston finished with 12 points. Teammates Emily Hughes had 10 points and 14 rebounds, and Riley Stading had 15 points and seven rebounds. Sydney George finished with six points, four assists and six steals.

Columbia River was led in scoring by Peyton Dukes (16) and Kinzi Drake (14).

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