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Prep highlights: Skyview boys start fast, hold on to beat Evergreen


Colton Looney had 24 points and 14 rebounds as the Skyview boys basketball team held off Evergreen’s late surge in a 59-57 win on Wednesday.

Demaree Collins scored 20 points, including a driving basket that gave Skyview a 59-55 lead with 18 seconds left.

Skyview (3-3) led 23-13 after the first quarter and never trailed. But Evergreen (3-10) rallied late after entering the fourth quarter trailing 47-37.

Juelz Mendoza had 20 points to lead the Plainsmen.

Boys basketball

PRAIRIE 64, HERITAGE 48 — Hayden Rose had 29 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Falcons to a 3A GSHL win.

With the game tied 38-38 in the third quarter, Brendan Carter hit two 3-pointers to kick-start Prairie (3-4, 2-1). The Falcons pulled away from there, outscoring Heritage 16-8 in the fourth quarter.

Vernon Onick scored 12 points to lead Heritage (2-7, 0-4).

SETON CATHOLIC 46, CASTLE ROCK 42, OT — Jack Jenniges scored 10 points as the Cougars prevailed in overtime after the Rockets rallied in the fourth quarter.

Jacob George scored nine points and Tyler Tran added eight points as Seton Catholic (8-2, 1-0) won their 1A Trico League opener.

Trystin Marin scored 16 points for Castle Rock (6-5, 0-2), which forced overtime by erasing a 35-28 deficit in the fourth quarter.

Brady Angelo scored all four of his points in overtime as the Cougars outscored the Rockets 8-4.

KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 48, CENTRALIA 37 — Brayden Schiefer and Giovanny Evanson each scored nine points as the Knights rode a strong defensive effort to a non-league home win.

Centralia (4-6) was held to 29 percent from the field. Its leading scorer Landon Kaut, who averaged 27 points, scored just 13 points with Matthew Belefski being the primary defender on him.

Eight different players scored for King’s Way (6-3), which shot 45 percent from the field.

LA CENTER 74, COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON 64 — Freshman Boston Walker scored a career-high 23 points to lead the Wildcats to a Trico League win at home.

Colby Hylton added 17 points for La Center (4-8, 1-0). Cody Gardner scored eight of his 13 points in the first quarter to launch La Center to a 20-7 lead.

Carson Lanz scored 20 points to league Columbia (0-7, 0-1).

Girls basketball

CAMAS 50, UNION 35 — Ava Smith scored 17 points, including five 3-pointers as the Camas used a 27-2 run to pull away for a 4A GSHL road win.

After Union scored the first seven points of the second quarter to tie the game 15-15, the Papermakers went on a 13-0 run, taking a 28-17 lead into half.

Camas opened the second half with a 14-0 run to put the game away.

Addison Harris had 10 points inside for Camas. Mariah Gahl led Union with eight points.

WASHOUGAL 46, MARK MORRIS 36 — Savea Mansfield scored 13 points as the Panthers earned a 2A GSHL road win in a game where both teams were without multiple starters.

Chloe Johnson added 10 points for Washougal (8-2, 6-0).

Hallie Watson scored 18 points to lead the Monarchs (5-5, 3-3).

COLUMBIA RIVER 56, BATTLE GROUND 23 — Peyton Dukes scored 17 points, Emma Iniguez added 14 points and the Rapids rolled to a non-league road win.

Dukes hit two 3-pointers in the first quarter as Columbia River (4-7) jumped to a 16-2 lead.

Hermoine Bauer scored nine points to lead Battle Ground (0-8).

Girls bowling

Karley Wold-Hayes, Prairie, had the high game and series of 236-204 in a team victory over Kelso.

Addysen Case, Skyview, had the high game and series of 204-199 in a team victory over Heritage.

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