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Prep roundup: Jamison Limbrick gets school-record 8 steals in Union boys’ win over Kelso

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Jamison Limbrick had a school-record eight steals as the Titans won at the MLK Basketball Tribute at Lower Columbia College in Longview.

Bryson Metz led the Titans (10-3) with 18 points. Evan Eschels added 12 and Yanni Fassillis scored 11 points for Union.

Ethan Mitchell led Kelso (7-4) with 20 points.

RIDGEFIELD 65, BATTLE GROUND 41 — Henry Hughes scored 17 points and Sid Bryant added 16 points as the Spudders opened the MLK Basketball Tribute with a win.

Ty Snider added 11 points for the Spudders (11-2). Tait Spencer led Battle Ground (4-5) with 14 points.

Girls basketball

KELSO 62, SKYVIEW 35 — Lexi Grumbois scored 18 points and Natalie Fraley added 17 points for the Hilanders.

Evermore Kaiser scored 13 for Kelso (8-1), which jumped out to a 46-17 lead by halftime.

Rowyn Riley had 13 points to lead Skyview (8-4).

W.F. WEST 50, HOCKINSON 32 —Playing in their first game in almost three weeks, the Hawks got off to a slow start at the MLK Basketball Tribute in Longview.

The Hawks did not score in the first 10 minutes and trailed 24-10 at halftime.

“We needed to knock off the rust after not playing since Dec. 30, almost three weeks,” Hockinson coach Damon Roche said. “We shot more air-balls tonight than we have all season combined.”

Gracie Brammer led the Hawks with 14 points. Drea Brumfield led W.F. West with 17 points.

Hockinson was added to Monday’s lineup of games at Lower Columbia College on Sunday, after Mark Morris could not play against W.F. West.

“I am not worried about tonight,” Roche said. “We will continue to get our game legs back under us and back into our game rhythm. We will be fine.”

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