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Prep highlights: Frawley ties Camas record in win

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Carson Frawley tied a Camas boys basketball single-game scoring record with 43 points as the Papermakers beat Evergreen 89-70 on Tuesday.

Frawley tied the record by hitting a 3-pointer with 10 seconds left. It was his 10th 3-pointer of the game for the 6-foot-5 senior, who entered Tuesday averaging 17.8 points per game.

“He had it going,” Evergreen coach Brett Henry said of Frawley. “It’s not like we didn’t know who he is. He made his shots.”

Evergreen (3-10) hung close for most of the game. Robert Lawrence hit a 3-pointer to give the Plainsmen a 55-54 lead late in the third quarter.

But Camas (9-2) pulled away. Frawley had 15 of the Papermakers’ 27 points in the fourth quarter.

“They wore us out, but we were right there,” Henry said.

Juelz Mendoza scored 19 points to lead four Plainsmen in double figures.

Boys basketball

MOUNTAIN VIEW 75, SKYVIEW 71, 3 OT — Daniel Dolev scored 24 points as the Thunder rallied to force overtime before winning in the third extra period.

Mountain View trailed 44-34 after three quarters. Dolev scored 16 points in the fourth quarter and overtime.

Mountain View’s Isaiah Vargas added 21 points, going 9 for 10 from the free-throw line.

Colton Looney scored 23 points and Demaree Collins added 20 points for Skyview.

KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 55, LA CENTER 29 — Jamison Duke scored 21 points, Alex Fulton added 16 points and the Knights earned a decisive win over their 1A Trico League rivals.

The win keeps King’s Way (8-3, 3-0) atop the league standings.

King’s Way took control in the second quarter, outscoring La Center 14-2 to lead 28-11 at halftime.

Coby Gardner scored 11 points to lead La Center (5-10, 2-2).

R.A. LONG 79, FORT VANCOUVER 27 — Lonnie Brown scored 20 points and made six of the Lumberjacks’ 15 3-pointers in a 2A GSHL road win.

Aaron Ofstun scored 19 points as R.A. Long (8-1, 6-0) remained atop the league.

Dean Cadena scored 10 points to lead Fort Vancouver (0-8, 0-6).

PRAIRIE 65, HOOD RIVER VALLEY 54 — The Falcons kept the visitors from Hood River, Ore., in single digits in the second quarter and went on to a non-league victory.

Hayden Rose scored a game-high 25 points, and Baily Kousonsavath had 13 for the Falcons.

SETON CATHOLIC 59, MONTESANO 55 — Jack Jenniges scored 10 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter as the Cougars held on for a non-league road win.

Westy Westrick added 12 points for Seton Catholic (10-3).

Girls basketball

UNION 49, KELSO 39 — Olivia Euverman scored 16 points as the Titans handed Kelso just its second loss of the season.

Union (7-7) led 43-25 early in the fourth quarter. Kelso (8-2) rallied late but still lost for the first time since Dec. 4.

Natalie Fraley led Kelso with 13 points.

HERITAGE 59, BATTLE GROUND 44 — Keanna Salavea dominated, scoring 41 points as the Timberwolves earned a non-league road win.

Salavea, a 5-foot-11 junior, made 17 field goals, one 3-pointer and was 6 for 9 from the foul line.

Yvette Rosales scored 17 points for Battle Ground.

SKYVIEW 70, MOUNTAIN VIEW 30 — Lainey Phillips scored 15 points to lead four Storm players in double figures in a non-league win.

Rowyn Riley and Kiki Parks each scored 14 points for Skyview (9-4). Jordan Labrador Phillips added 10 points.

Nina Peterson scored 13 points to lead Mountain View (2-6).

WASHOUGAL 69, R.A. LONG 58 — Jaiden Bea scored 30 points and shot 6 for 7 from 3-point range to lead the Panthers to a 2A GSHL home win.

Savea Mansfield added 19 points as the Panthers (10-2, 7-0) remained atop the 2A GSHL.

Carissa DeLaRocha led Washougal with 10 rebounds.

Bea scored 13 points in the second quarter, which saw the Panthers outscored R.A. Long 26-12 to take a 41-31 lead.

MARK MORRIS 41, RIDGEFIELD 36 — Emma Fisher scored 14 points, Brooklyn Schlecht added 13 points and the Monarchs earned a 2A GSHL win on the road.

Kelli Krsul had 15 points and eight rebounds to lead Ridgefield (4-7, 3-5).

Mark Morris (6-6, 4-4) overcame a 20-13 halftime deficit and forced 30 turnovers.

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