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Prep Roundup: Balanced attack leads Ridgefield boys over Washougal

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Zachary Warren scored 15 points to lead four Spudders in double figures as the Ridgefield boys basketball team beat Washougal 57-44 on Tuesday.

Joseph Borgmeyer scored 12 points, Henry Hughes had 11 points and Colton Castro added 10 points for Ridgefield.

The Spudders (14-2, 11-1) broke open a close game by outscoring Washougal 20-7 in the third quarter to lead 52-38. The win sets up a showdown Thursday against R.A. Long for first place in the 2A GSHL.

Tucker Kneipp scored 15 points to lead Washougal.

Boys basketball

SKYVIEW 58, BATTLE GROUND 51 — Demaree Collins scored 18 points, Jaxson Filler added 16 points and the Storm dominated the first half en route to a 4A GSHL road win.

Skvyiew led 11-3 after the first quarter and 23-12 at halftime.

Todd Copper scored 20 points and Ty Robertson added 17 for Battle Ground, which was without leading scorer Tait Spencer.

EVERGREEN 53, MOUNTAIN VIEW 48 — Juelz Mendoza scored 16 points for Evergreen, which improved its playoff hopes with a big win over rival Mountain View.

DJ Edmonson added 10 points for the Plainsmen, who hit 9 of 13 free throws in the final quarter to fend off Mountain View.

Mahkahri Bolds scored 17 points to lead the Thunder, while Isaiah Vargas added 11.

CAMAS 84, PRAIRIE 50 — Carson Frawley scored 12 of his 24 points in the Papermakers’ 30-point third quarter.

Camas hit six 3-pointers in the third and extended its lead to 67-42.

Hayden Rose led Prairie with 20 points.

COLUMBIA RIVER 55, HOCKINSON 33 — Alden Fay scored 14 points, and Ryan Snyder came off the bench to score nine points in the fourth quarter to help River seal a 2A GSHL win.

“The score looks like it was a comfortable win, but it was anything but comfortable,” River coach David Long said. “They battled us all first half. We were able to break it open in the second half.”

Nate Bertolino scored five points late in the second quarter to give River a 21-17 halftime lead, and the Rapids opened things up with an 18-6 third quarter.

Aaron Hoey added 11 points for River. Kenyon Johnson led Hockinson with eight points.

KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 59, COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON 40 — Aiden Peterson hit five 3-pointers and scored 17 points, and Jamison Duke added 11 points, seven assists and six rebounds to lead the Knights in a Trico League win.

Still playing without leading scorer Giovanny Evanson, King’s Way took control with a 22-8 third quarter, opening up a 44-24 lead.

Alex Fulton added 12 points for King’s Way, and Brayden Schiefer added seven points and six assists.

Carson Lanz scored 17 points to lead Columbia-White Salmon.

SETON CATHOLIC 74, LA CENTER 56 — Breckin Miller scored 17 points, Dax Clifton had 15 points, and Brady Angelo added 14 as the Cougars kept pace with King’s Way Christian in the Trico League.

Seton Catholic improved to 11-3, 3-1 in the Trico, a half-game behind King’s Way.

The Cougars took control with an 18-4 second quarter, taking a 37-26 halftime lead.

Coby Gardner hit four 3-pointers and scored 17 points for La Center.

CASTLE ROCK 57, EATONVILLE 55 — Lane Partridge scored 22 points and the Rockets earned a close non-league win at home.

Adam Partridge added 14 points, including a three-point play that gave Castle Rock a lead inside the final minute.

Girls basketball

SKYVIEW 62, BATTLE GROUND 18 — Skylar Groesbeck scored 11 points and Jordan Labrador-Hallett had seven points, five assists and four steals to lead the Storm to a 4A GSHL win.

Annelise Carroll and Brooke Riley added seven rebounds each for the Storm.

Candice Adams led Battle Ground with seven points.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 53, HOOD RIVER VALLEY 51 — Victoria Schneider scored six of her 17 points in the fourth quarter as the Thunder held on for a non-league win.

Nina Peterson and Katelyn Henderson added 13 points each for the Thunder, who had to overcome a 36-point effort from Hood River’s Marina Castenada.

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