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Boys basketball: Porter Hills, Yanni Fassillis lead Union over Prairie

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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Porter Hill had 24 points and seven steals, and Yanni Fassillis added 20 points and seven blocks as the Union boys basketball team pulled away for 68-45 win over Prairie.

Union led 30-24 at halftime. Hill had 10 of his 24 points in the third quarter as Union opened a 47-37 lead.

Hayden Rose had 12 points for Prairie, and Brendan Carter added 10.

SKYVIEW 67, HOOD RIVER VALLEY 62 — Colton Looney scored 17 of his 24 points in the second half as the Storm fended off Hood River Valley.

Demaree Collins and Joshua Rushing added 11 points each for Skyview.

BATTLE GROUND 62, MOUNTAIN VIEW 60 — Austin Ralphs scored eight of his team-high 15 points in the fourth quarter as the Tigers held off visiting Mountain View in the non-league game.

Ty Robertson had 14 points and Todd Copper 13 for the Tigers.

Mountain View was led in scoring by Isaiah Vargas with 17 and Aiden Nicholson with 16.

EVERGREEN 72, HERITAGE 40 — DJ Edmonson scored 10 of his team-leading 14 points in the first quarter as Evergreen won the 3A Greater St. Helens League matchup.

Evergreen led 20-12 after that first quarter.

Delo Doutrive added 13 points for the Plainsmen.

Rylan Taylor led Heritage with 14 points.

RIDGEFIELD 61, HOCKINSON 43 — Henry Hughes, Nathan Semlick and Zachary Warren each hit a pair of 3-pointers in the first quarter as the Spudders jumped out on Hockinson.

Hughes finished with 23 points to Ridgefield (13-2, 10-1 2A Greater St. Helens League), which solidified its hold on second place in the league.

Tyler Litle had 13 points for Hockinson.

WOODLAND 63, FORT VANCOUVER 47 — Dane Huddleston scored 17 points as the Beavers used a solid defensive effort to get a 2A Greater St. Helens League win.

“I thought we played pretty well defensively,” Woodland coach Jesse Buck said. “We were getting some guys back into the lineup, so that was a big help.”

The Beavers will need that depth as they are slated to play nine games over the next 17 days.

Beau Swett and Gus Heidgerken added 10 points each for Woodland.

David Smith-Myles had 12 points and Kaeleb Cvitkovich added 11 for Fort.

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