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High school scoreboard, results from Jan. 14

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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SATURDAY’S SCHEDULE

(SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

BOYS BASKETBALL

Skyview at Tumwater, 7 p.m.

Mark Morris at Hudson’s Bay, 7:30 p.m.

R.A. Long at Hockinson, 7:30 p.m.

Fort Vancouver at Ridgefield, 7:30 p.m.

Seton Catholic at La Center, 5 p.m.

Toutle Lake at Stevenson, 2:30 p.m.

Muckleshoot Tribal at Kalama, 3 p.m.

Tenino at Columbia Adventist, 7:30 p.m.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

King’s Way Christian at Castle Rock, 1 p.m.

Stevenson at Toutle Lake, 4 p.m.

WRESTLING

Clark County Championships at Skyview, 9 a.m.

BOYS SWIMMING

Camas, Union, Heritage, Mountain View, Evergreen, Battle Ground, Prairie, Skyview, Columbia River, Fort Vancouver, Hudson’s Bay, Hockinson, Mark Morris, R.A. Long, Washougal at Kelso Invitational, 10 a.m.

GYMNASTICS

Battle Ground, Fort Vancouver, Hudson’s Bay, Prairie at Ridgefield, 9 a.m.

Washougal, Camas, Evergreen at Skyview, 2 p.m.

Columbia River, Heritage, Mountain View vs. Union, 6 p.m. at Northpointe

BOYS BASKETBALL

4A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE

W L

Union (10-3) 3 0

Skyview (3-3) 1 1

Camas (8-2) 0 1

Battle Ground (3-4) 0 2

3A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE

W L

Kelso (6-2) 3 0

Mountain View (6-3) 2 0

Prairie (3-4) 2 1

Evergreen (3-10) 1 3

Heritage (2-8) 0 4

NON-LEAGUE

CAMAS 83, HERITAGE 28

CAMAS — Luke Dizon 0, Beckett Currie 7, Matthew Chilian 0, Josh Dabasinskas 4, Jace VanVoorhis 11, Theo McMillan 6, Carson Frawley 19, Quentin Allen 16, Stephen Behil 16, Milholen 0, Jamison Carlisle 11. Totals 32 (12) 7-11 83.

HERITAGE — Jayden Cardiel 0, Rylan Taylor 0, Devin Uppal 6, Quincy Caston 0, Jarius Brown 3, Vernon Onick 7, Michael Houston 8, Nikki Scott 1, Jose Zacarias 0, Quincy Gill 4. Totals 9 (5) 5-10 28.

Camas 21 35 23 4—83

Heritage 6 10 2 10—28

1A TRICO LEAGUE

W L

La Center (5-8) 2 0

King’s Way (7-3) 2 0

Seton Catholic (8-3) 1 1

Columbia-WS (0-7) 0 1

Castle Rock (6-6) 0 3

LA CENTER 54, CASTLE ROCK 47

CASTLE ROCK — Trevor Rogen 12, Chance Naugle 2, Chase Rusher 16, Owen Erickson 0, Owen Langdon 4, Adam Partridge 13. Totals 18 (4) 7-15 47.

LA CENTER — Jordan Nixon 1, Colby Hylton 21, Matthew Pettit 4, Anthony Larkin 0, Austin Nixon 11, Garrett Maunu 2, Coby Gardner 3, Jacye Grotte 0, Boston Walker 12. Totals 20 (5) 9-15 54.

Castle Rock 11 13 12 11—47

La Center 19 11 16 8—54

KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 50, SETON CATHOLIC 35

No report

2B CENTRAL LEAGUE

STEVENSON 55, WINLOCK 45

No report

KALAMA 57, NAPAVINE 50

No report

GIRLS BASKETBALL

3A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE

W L

Heritage (6-4) 2 0

Kelso (7-1) 1 0

Mountain View (2-5) 0 1

Prairie (2-6) 0 1

Evergreen (0-7) 0 1

KELSO 72, PRAIRIE 41

KELSO — Kenzie Milligan 7, Bregan Ruhland 15, Emily Roe 0, Madalynn Moe 2, Sophia Wickham 0, Evermore Kaiser 9, Haley Little 4, Natalie Fraley 23, Lexi Grumbois 12. Totals 25 (6) 16-24 72.

PRAIRIE — Claire Smith 2, August Kissinger 2, Jordan Peterson 15, Madison Clouse 3, Joely Renk 4, Trinity Espiritu 3, Kira Caesar 0, Halle Lovejoy 0, Natalie Coughran 9. Totals 17 (4) 3-9 00.

Kelso 19 24 17 12—72

Prairie 7 8 12 14—41

2A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE

W L

Washougal (9-2) 6 0

Hudson’s Bay (8-2) 6 1

Hockinson (7-3) 4 1

Mark Morris (5-6) 3 4

R.A. Long (3-4) 2 3

Columbia River (4-7) 3 5

Ridgefield (4-6) 3 4

Woodland (3-7) 1 5

Fort Vancouver (2-9) 0 5

HUDSON’S BAY 55,

MARK MORRIS 36

MARK MORRIS — Peyton Blondin 0,Macee Farquhar 0, Brooklyn Schlecht 5, Erica Snyder 9, Isabella Merzoian 15, Charlie Blain 0, Natalie Mejia 4, Kea Makaiwi 3. Totals 12 (5) 7-12 36.

HUDSON’S BAY — Mae Carse 0, Promise Bond 2, Miranda Gonzalez 2, Mahaila Harrison 17, Alana Stephens 0, Devon Johnson-Brown 2, Paytin Ballard 17, Aniyah Hampton 15, Zoriah Jones 0. Totals 23 (1) 8-15 55.

M.Morris 10 6 12 8—36

Hud.Bay 16 14 14 11—55

JV —Mark Morris won.

RIDGEFIELD 56,

FORT VANCOUVER 15

No report

2B CENTRAL LEAGUE

ONALASKA 69, STEVENSON 32

ONALASKA — Talley 4, D. Hamilton 14, M. Hamilton 15, Lawrence 22, Russ 2, Rhodes 10.

STEVENSON — Aria Obias 6, Sofia Spencer 7, Isabella Spencer 7, Piper Rudd 2, Ramy Nielson , Bella Mancuso 6, Leah Damian 2.

Onalaska 22 20 19 8—69

Stevenson 11 12 5 4—32

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