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Prep Roundup: Brown scores 30 as Hockinson girls open league play with win

By Columbian staff
Published: December 6, 2023, 10:00pm

Sienna Brown scored 30 points as the Hockinson girls basketball team opened 2A Greater St. Helens League play Wednesday with a 63-35 home win over R.A. Long.

The team’s lone senior, Brown scored the second-highest single-game total in program history. She made three 3-pointers and was 9 for 10 from the free-throw line.

Freshman Dannika Grant added 21 points for Hockinson (2-1). Olivia Cochenour led a stingy defensive effort with 10 steals.

Briana Garwood scored 15 points for R.A. Long (2-0).

Girls basketball

RIDGEFIELD 57, FORT VANCOUVER 17 — Jalise Chatman scored 13 points, Savannah Chanda added 10 points and nine Spudders scored in a 2A GSHL home win.

MARK MORRIS 55, HUDSON’S BAY 51 — Kiki Makaiwi scored 23 points as the Monarchs held on for a 2A GSHL home win.

Makaiwi hit five of her team’s nine 3-pointers as Mark Morris shot from distance over the Hudson’s Bay zone defense.

While Mark Morris shot 13 for 26 from the foul line, the Monarchs hit six in the fourth quarter including two from Makaiwi to open a four-point lead with nine seconds left.

Alana Stephens scored 16 points and Miranda Gonzalez added 14 points for Hudson’s Bay.

COLUMBIA RIVER 61, WOODLAND 52 — Sophomore Gracie Glavin scored a game-high 36 points with 15 coming in the third quarter as the Rapids won their 2A GSHL opener.

Kennedy Bockert led Woodland in scoring with 17 points, and Ella Lindsay had 11.

KING’s WAY CHRISTIAN 30, ELMA 20 — Bridget Quinn had 11 points, five assists and six steals to lead the Knights to a non-league home win.

Hannah Erwin added eight points for King’s Way (1-2).

Boys basketball

HOOD RIVER VALLEY (ORE.) 60, HERITAGE 59 — The Timberwolves rallied to take the lead late on the road, but Hood River’s Matthew Fauth made a basket with 2.1 seconds to play to win it for the Eagles.

Heritage (1-3) was down 44-36 after three quarters.

Brooks Greenwald scored 15 of his game-high 28 points to rally the Timberwolves in the final eight minutes.

Delorian Holmes added 11 points and Jo Osburn 10.

STADIUM 57, UNION 52 — The Titans came up short in the non-league road game at Tacoma as Stadium pulled away in the second half.

Drew Hill led three Union players in double figures with 14 points. Grayson Stanley had 13 and Kody Holcomb 11.

Stars of the day

  • Emma Johnson, Battle Ground girls bowling, posted a 447 series with games of 203-244 in the Tigers’ win over Mountain View.
  • Paisley Henderson, Mountain View girls bowling, had her team’s high game with a 205.
  • James Crawford, Camas boys swimming, won the 200-yard freestyle, 100 butterfly and was on the winning 200 medley and 400 free relay teams in a double-dual with R.A. Long and Mark Morris.
  • Owen Yam, Camas boys swimming, won the 200 individual medley, 100 breaststroke and led off the winning 200 medley relay for the Papermakers.
  • Sahn Kim, Camas boys swimming, was a winner in the 50 free, 100 backstroke, and was on the winning 200 medley and 200 free relay teams.