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Prep highlights: Kelso girls notch first win over Prairie in three decades

Natalie Fraley leads Kelso to first win over the Falcons since 1990-91 season

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Natalie Fraley scored 23 points as the Kelso girls basketball left little doubt in notching its first win over Prairie in 30 years with a 72-41 win on Friday.

Kelso’s press forced 39 turnovers from the Falcons.

“I thought some young kids cames in and really stepped up when (Fraley) got her third foul in the second quarter,” Kelso coach Jennifer Hamilton said.

Bregan Ruhland added 15 points and Lexi Grumbois added 9 for Kelso (7-1, 1-0 3A Greater St. Helens League). Hamilton also credited Evermore Kaiser with a storng game in the post.

Jordan Peterson led Prairie (2-6, 0-1) with 15 points.

Girls basketball

HUDSON’S BAY 55, MARK MORRIS 36 — Mahaila Harrison and Paytin Ballard scored 17 points each to lead the Eagles.

Aniyah Hampton added 15 points for Bay, which built a 30-16 lead by halftime.

Isabella Merzoian led the Monarchs with 15 points.

ONALASKA 69, STEVENSON 32 — Isabella Spencer and Sofia Spencer scored seven points each for Stevenson.

Boys basketball

LA CENTER 54, CASTLE ROCK 47 — Colby Hylton scored 11 of his game-high 21 points in the third quarter as the Wildcats beat visiting Castle Rock in the 1A Trico League game.

Boston Walker added 12 points and eight rebounds, and Austin Nixon had 11 points for La Center. Colby Gardner dished out six assists.

Chase Rusher led Castle Rock in scoring with 16 points. Adam Partridge had 13 and Trevor Rogen 12.

CAMAS 83, HERITAGE 28 — Carson Frawley scored 17 of his 19 points in the first half as the Papermakers built a 56-16 lead.

Quentin Allen and Stephen Behil added 16 points each for Camas. Michael Houston led Heritage with eight points.

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