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Boys basketball: Demaree Collins leads Skyview to 77-61 win over Columbia River

Camas, Mountain View, Heritage also post wins

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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Demaree Collins hit four 3-pointers in the first quarter on his way to scoring a game-high 32 points to lead the Skyview boys basketball team to a 77-61 win over Columbia River on Friday.

Collins had 16 of the Storm’s 24 first-quarter points, and Skyview would open a 47-35 lead by halftime.

Jaxson Filler scored 14 for the Storm, and Malakai Weimer added 10.

Aaron Hoey led Columbia River with 13 points.

CAMAS 81, PRAIRIE 59 — Beckett Currie scored 23 points as the Papermakers overcame a slow start with a dominant second half.

Prairie got out quickly, taking a 23-8 lead after the first quarter.

Currie hit four 3-pointers in the second quarter as Camas closed the deficit to 44-36.

The Papermakers outscored Prairie 45-15 in the second half.

Matthew Sitler and Ethan Harris scored 12 points each for Camas.

Josh Crane led Prairie with 17 points.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 48, UNION 44 — Tre’von Hughes Farmer hit five 3-pointers and scored a game-high 24 points to lead the Thunder in the season opener for both teams.

Mountain View took a 38-30 lead into the fourth quarter, then held off the Titans. Madden Wilson had 10 points for Mountain View.

Kody Holcomb scored 20 points to lead Union.

HERITAGE 41, WASHOUGAL 39 — Heritage hit eight 3-pointers, including three in the fourth quarter, as the Timberwolves rallied to beat Washougal.

Washougal took a 35-30 lead into the fourth quarter, but 3-pointers by Delorian Holmes, Brooks Greenwald and Jose Zacarias rallied the Timberwolves.

Holmes led Heritage with 13 points. Holden Bea scored 11 points — all in the first quarter — to lead Washougal.

GLACIER PEAK 69, BATTLE GROUND 36 — The visitors from Snohomish jumped out to an 18-8 lead after one quarter and didn’t let up on the Tigers (1-2).

Boston Walker was the only Battle Ground player in double figures with 10 points. A day after scoring 43 points in an 86-75 win over Evergreen, the Tigers’ Trey Spencer had just three points against Glacier Peak.

MONTESANO 64, LA CENTER 52 — Austin Nixon scored 25 points, but the Wildcats could not rally for a big second-half deficit.

Montesano took a 32-25 into halftime, but the stretched that lead to a much as 22 points in third quarter. La Center was able to cut the deficit to as little as six before Montesano sealed the win.

ADNA 75, KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 41 — Jaydon Hall scored 23 points and Jackson Lovato added 10 points for the Knights.

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