Jordan Labrador-Hallett carried the load early. Lainey Phillips then took it across the finish line as Skyview girls basketball knocked off Union 63-57 in a key 4A Greater St. Helens League game on Friday.
Labrador-Hallett scored 31 points, including 17 of Skyview’s 21 points in the first half as the host Storm led by four at the break.
Labrador-Hallett, who made five 3-pointers, needed some help to put away the Titans. That came when Phillips scored all eight of her points in the fourth quarter.
The win moves Skyview (10-2, 2-1) into second place in the Class 4A Greater St. Helens League, one game behind a Camas team that’s ranked No. 1 in the state.
Ava Smith scored 18 points to lead Union (7-4, 1-2). The Titans were coming off a hard-fought loss to Camas on Tuesday in which they nearly rallied back from an 18-point halftime deficit.
KELSO 48, EVERGREEN 41 — The Hilanders handed Evergreen its first 3A Greater St. Helens League defeat of the season.
Lexi Grumbois scored 14 points and Madalynn Moe had 11 for Kelso (4-5, 1-2 3A GSHL).
“Lexi played a strong game and was a leader with her ball handling and clock management,” Kelso coach Jennifer Hamilton said. “Both teams were in foul trouble but whatever line up I put in we were so consistent and this will hopefully be a game that will get us going for the back half of the season.”
Hamilton said Aubree Freeman provided a big spark off the bench with two 3-pointers.
“The girls played with heart and really showed their composure in a tough setting,” Hamilton said.
Adrian Wright led Evergreen (8-4, 3-1) with 17 points, and Kimore Ross scored 10.
HERITAGE 64, MOUNTAIN VIEW 31 — Keanna Salavea scored 17 of her 20 points in the first half as the Timberwolves ran away with a 3A GSHL road win.
Mariah Bibens added 12 points, making four 3-pointers, for Heritage (7-4, 2-2). Victoria Males added 11 points and Braidee Goodwin chipped in 10 points.
Camaria Brown scored 10 points to lead Mountain View (5-7, 0-4).
COLUMBIA RIVER 54, HUDSON’S BAY 25 — Emma Iniguez had 14 points and 18 rebounds as the Rapids remained unbeaten in 2A GSHL play with a road win.
Kinzi Drake scored 12 points and Taegen Benke added 10 points for Columbia River (7-3, 7-0).
Alana Stephens scored 10 points to lead Hudson’s Bay (4-4, 2-4).
WASHOUGAL 43, FORT VANCOUVER 37 — Bella Albaugh scored 17 points, Hadley Jones added 10 points and the Panthers earned a 2A GSHL road win.
Chloe Johnson added six points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals. The senior point guard now has 202 assists, second only to RaeAnn Allen’s 219 in Washougal program history.
WOODLAND 47, R.A. LONG 26 — Emily Hughes scored 16 points, Riley Stading added 13 points and the Beavers defense clamped down in the second half for a 2A GSHL road win.
Leading 25-20 at halftime, Woodland outscored the Lumberjills 12-2 in the third quarter.
MARK MORRIS 53, HOCKINSON 45 — The Monarchs had a big first half on their way to the 2A GSHL win at Hockinson.
The Monarchs (7-4, 4-1 2A GSHL) led 31-11 at halftime, and Hockinson (1-8, 1-5) could not catch up despite Mark Morris making just 5 of 16 free throws in the second half.
Isabella Merzoian returned to action for Mark Morris with 16 points and nine rebounds, and Brooklyn Schlecht had 14 points and nine steals.
Hockinson had three players in double figures. Allie Seekins led with 12 points, Siena Brown had 11 and Lyla Taylor added 10.
SETON CATHOLIC 59, LA CENTER 38 — Anna Mooney scored 21 points with three 3-pointers in a 17-4 fourth quarter run as the Panthers won at La Center in the Trico League matchup.
Seton (10-1, 2-0 1A Trico) only had a 40-34 lead after three quarters, but finished strong as Kiera Williams added 17 points.
La Center’s Talia Wise scored 17 points and had eight rebounds, three steals and two blocked shots. Shaela Bradley added 12 points, nine steals and five assists for the Wildcats (3-7, 1-1).
KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 43, STEVENSON 29 — Bridget Quinn scored a career-high 23 points and the Knights pulled away with a 15-4 second quarter for the 1A Trico League win at Stevenson.
Stevenson (3-6, 0-2 1A Trico) led 9-8 after the first quarter, but King’s Way (4-6, 2-0) got hot after that.
Quinn topped her previous high of 20 points she scored against Castle Rock two days ago. She also had six rebounds and three steals against Stevenson.
Izzy Hill added six points and five rebounds for King’s Way.