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Thursday, November 30, 2023
Nov. 30, 2023

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Girls basketball: Ava Smith, Addie Harris lead Camas over Kelso


Ava Smith hit two early 3-pointers to get Camas going and the Papermakers never looked back, beating Kelso 78-48 in 4A/3A Greater St. Helens League game.

Camas led 47-26 by halftime as the Papermakers did a solid defensive job on Kelso’s Natalie Fraley. Fraley finished with 19 points, but only five in the first half.

Smith finished with 20 points for Camas. Addie Harris added 19 points and 10 rebounds.

Reagan Jamison had a solid all-around game with six points, eight steals and seven assists.

HERITAGE 47, EVERGREEN 22 — Keanna Salavea had 17 points to lead the Timberwolves to a 3A Greater St. Helens League win. Coraleigh Speer had 10 to lead Evergreen.

BATTLE GROUND 29, MOUNTAIN VIEW 27, OT — Candice Adams scored 13 points and Yvette Rosales scored the key basket in overtime as the Tigers earned their first win of the season.

Nina Peterson scored 12 to lead the Thunder.

KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 48, CASTLE ROCK 30 — Laurel Quinn had 26 points, 15 points and hit six 3-pointers to lead King’s Way to a Trico League win.

Hannah Erwin added nine points for King’s Way. Brooke Wirkkala had 13 for Castle Rock.

COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON 60, SETON CATHOLIC 51 — Columbia-White Salmon jumped out to a 9-0 and that proved to be the margin of victory for the Bruins.

Teagan Blankenship had 17 points and Sydney Aman had 16 to lead Columbia, which converted 17 of 24 free throws.

Kierra Williams had 14 points for Seton, and Maddie Willis added 12. The Cougars, who were 4 of 11 from the free throw line, got within one point of the Bruins several times, but could never take the lead.

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