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Prep roundup: Seton Catholic boys beat Castle Rock to keep pace atop Trico League standings

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor

The Seton Catholic boys basketball team kept pace with King’s Way Christian atop the Trico League with a 58-45 win Friday night at Castle Rock.

Brady Angelo and Jack Jenniges each scored 17 points for Seton Catholic (14-4, 6-2), which is tied with King’s Way for first place in league. Rico George was also in double figures with 11 points.

Trystin Marin had 18 points and Lane Partridge and James Montgomery each scored 12 for the Rockets (7-9, 3-5).

COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON 46, STEVENSON 38 — Dylan Nortz scored 15 points and Spencer Karlson had 12 as the Bruins beat visiting Stevenson in the Trico League matchup.

Stevenson’s Kacen Bach led all scorers with 16 points, and Jordan Waymire added 14 for the Bulldogs.

WOODLAND 68, WASHOUGAL 62 — Woodland was able to hold off Washougal’s fourth-quarter rally to win the 2A GSHL game on the road.

Woodland (11-6, 9-4) led 50-38 after three quarters, but Washougal (5-10, 4-9) made a game of it by scoring 24 points in the fourth.

Washougal’s Tucker Kneipp scored all 27 of his points in the second half to lead all scorers.

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Woodland had four players in double-figures in a balanced offensive attack. Justin Philpot led with 17 points, Beau Swett had 15, Drew Burns 14 and Dane Huddleston 11.

RIDGEFIELD 63, HUDSON’S BAY 42 — Cole Chester scored 20 of his game-high 26 points in the first half as the Spudders clinched a district postseason berth.

Landon Kelsey scored 14 points and Jalen Dunn had 12 for the Spudders (10-8, 9-5 2A GSHL), who still face key games against Columbia River and Woodland to determine district seeding.

Izek Finn had 21 points to lead Bay.

SKYVIEW 72, MOUNTAIN VIEW 60 — Demaree Collins and Gavin Perdue hits four 3-pointers each as the Storm used a strong second half to beat Mountain View.

Collins finished with 26 points and Perdue added 16 points and six rebounds for the Storm, who trailed 33-29 at halftime.

Gavin Packer had eight rebounds and four assists for Skyview, and Malakai Weimer had nine rebounds and five steals.

Jacob Martin scored 22 points to lead the Thunder, and Isaiah Vargas added 20.

BATTLE GROUND 91, PRAIRIE 63 — Tait Spencer scored 24 of his game-high 28 points in the first half as the Tigers (12-4) picked up the non-league at rival Prairie (4-14).

Battle Ground 60-28 at halftime. Trey Spencer added 17 points, Ty Robertson 15 and Todd Copper 10 for the Tigers.

Prairie’s Cam Newsome led the Falcons with 21 points, and Bailey Kousonsavath had 18.

UNION 77, EVERGREEN 43 — Yanni Fassillis dominated inside with 25 points, leading four Titans in double figures.

Grayson Stanley scored 13, Josiah Baldassare had 11 and Evan Manville added 10 for the Titans.

Dez Daniel scored 16 to lead Evergreen.

CAMAS 74, HERITAGE 50 — Every Camas senior scored in the first quarter of Senior Night, led by Jamison Carlisle’s 11 points in the opening eight minutes.

Carlisle finished with 19 points, and Josh Dabasinskas added 13 for the Papermakers. Theo McMillan had 10 assists.

Jose Zacarias led Heritage with 19 points.

Girls basketball

UNION 79, LA CONNER 54 — Brooklynn Haywood scored a school-record 50 points as the Titans (13-5) beat Class 2B No. 5-ranked La Conner  (12-4) in a non-league matchup.

Haywood, who had 34 points at halftime, made seven 3-pointers and was 7-for-7 from the free-throw line.

CAMAS 64, HERITAGE 15— Addison Harris scored 19 points and Parker Mairs hit three 3-pointers and added 11 points for the Papermakers.

EVERGREEN 65, FORT VANCOUVER 36 — Kimora Ross scored 41 points to lead Evergreen to a non-league win.

Adrian Wright added 14 points for Evergreen. Trian Clark led Fort with 15.