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Girls basketball: Washougal’s Jaiden Bea hits 1,000-point milestone in win over Woodland

By Tim Martinez, Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
Published: January 28, 2022, 11:23pm

Jaiden Bea became the fifth Washougal player to eclipse 1,000 career points, adding 22 points to her career total in the Panthers’ 65-25 2A Greater St. Helens League girls basketball win over Woodland.

Bea also had 10 rebounds, four steals and two blocks.

Samantha Mederos hadd 11 points, and Savea Mansfield added 10 points and seven assists for the Panthers.

HUDSON’S BAY 55, RIDGEFIELD 43 — Mahaila Harrison scored 16 points and Aniyah Hampton just missed a triple double as the Eagles cruised to a 2A Greater St. Helens League win.

Hampton finished with 14 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists. Miranda Gonzalez added 10 points for Bay, which led 26-12 at halftime.

Kelli Krsul had 18 points to lead Ridgefield.

SKYVIEW 75, KELSO 64 — Skylar Groesbeck had 22 points, seven assists and four steals and played solid defense on Kelso’s Natalie Fraley.

Skyview hit 13 of 28 3-point attempts. Groesbeck, Rowyn Riley and Kiki Parks made three 3-pointers each.

“We finally broke out of our shooting slump,” Skyview coach Brett Johnson said.

Parks, at 5-foot-2, pulled down eight rebounds, and Jordan Labrador-Hallett added six points, seven assists and five steals for Skyview.

Fraley led Kelso with 23 points, and Lexi Grumbois added 21.

PRAIRIE 53, MOUNTAIN VIEW 35 — Madison Clouse scored 13 points and Jordan Peterson added 10 to lead the Falcons. Nina Peterson scored 11 to pace the Thunder.

EVERGREEN 29, BATTLE GROUND 27 — Coraleigh Speer scored 15 points and Hilary Yoon added 10 as Evergreen picked up its first win of the season.

“It’s been a rough year — COVID, injuries, assorted issues with kids,” Evergreen coach Jim Wilmoth said. “But the effort is there and the girls are still supporting each other. … Tonight was a small step. I’m just happy for the girls.”

Candice Adams had 12 to lead Battle Ground.

LA CENTER 62, COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON 49 — Kylee Stephens hit five 3-pointers and finished with a season-high 33 points as the Wildcats jumped out an early lead and kept the Bruins at bay the rest of the way.

Gianna D’Emilio added 20 points and 15 rebounds for the Wildcats, who led 20-9 after one quarter. Maggie Bryan led Columbia with 15 points.

CASTLE ROCK 51, SETON CATHOLIC 25 — Kynsi Bayes had 17 points and Laynee Logan added 14 for the Rockets, who used a 28-6 run in the middle quarters to take control.

“We were up 19-12, and then we went cold and they rebounded,” Seton coach Joe Potter said. “That was sort of the story from there.”

Maddie Willis had 16 points for Seton Catholic.

TENINO 59, KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 27 — Laurel Quinn led the Knights with 17 points and 11 rebounds in the non-league loss at Tenino.