Monte, Elma girls notch hoop wins

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Montesano 55, Tenino 16

McKynnlie Dalan scored 19 points to lead Montesano (11-7, 6-0 Evergreen 1A) to a 55-16 victory over Tenino (6-9, 2-3) on Jan. 28 in Tenino.

Zoe Hutchings added 13 points and Paige Lisherness added nine points for Montesano, which hold a 1-1/2 game lead over Elma for the top spot in the 1A Evergreen League.

The Bulldogs’ last home game of the regular season is against Elma. Tipoff is at 7 p.m. Friday. They play at Forks at 5:30 p.m. Monday

Tenino 4 6 3 3 —16

Montesano 18 19 18 0 — 55

Elma 78, Hoquiam 28

Jalyn Sackrider scored 26 points to lead the Elma Eagles (11-6, 4-1) to a 78-28 victory over Hoquiam (2-13, 0-5) on Jan. 28 in Hoquiam.

Quin Mikel and Kali Rambo added 16 and 14 points for Elma, respectively, as the Eagles opened up a 31-4 lead after one quarter.

The Eagles hosted Forks on Tuesday. That game ended too late for this edition. The last game of the season is at 7 p.m. Friday at Montesano.

Elma 31 15 20 12 — 78

Hoquiam 4 4 8 12 — 28

Raymond 61, Life Christian 38

Kyra Gardner scored 33 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Raymond (16-1, 14-1 Pacific 2B) to a 61-38 win over Life Christian Academy on Jan. 28 in Tacoma.

Gardner also had six assists and seven steals in the game.

Alia Enlow added eight points and eight rebounds for the Seagulls, which remain a game behind Ilwaco for first place in the 2B Pacific League.

Raymond 18 5 21 17 — 61

Life Christian 6 10 14 8 — 38

Willapa Valley 59, Ocosta 18

Katie Adkins scored 22 points to lead Willapa Valley (11-6, 10-5 Pacific 2B) to a 59-18 victory over Ocosta (0-17, 0-15) on Jan. 28 in Westport.

The Vikings shot 22-of-48 (46%) from the field and held Ocosta to 4-for-43 (9%) shooting.

Cami Swartz scored eight points, had five blocks and four assists for Willapa Valley, which sits one game behind Chief Leschi for third place in the Pacific League.

Willapa Valley 23 15 11 10 — 59

Ocosta 2 5 2 9 — 18

Chief Leschi 69, South Bend 31

Alicia Pluff scored 28 points as Chief Leschi (12-5, 11-4 Pacific 2B) handed South Bend (6-11, 6-9) its fourth straight loss, 69-31, on Jan. 28 in South Bend.

Zaira Medina led the Indians with 14 points.

South Bend shot 13-for-36 (36%) from the field, but committed 30 turnovers which led to easy transition buckets for the Warriors.

Chief Leschi 22 11 25 11 — 69

South Bend 5 15 9 2 — 31

Taholah 67, Lake Quinault 40

Precious Crossguns scored 21 points to lead the Taholah Chitwhins (9-5, 7-0 Coastal 1B) past the Lake Quinault Elks (3-10, 2-4 Coastal 1B) 67-40 on Jan. 28 at Lake Quinault High School.

Nakeah McCrory and Ruby Pope added 15 and 11 points for the Chitwhins, respectively.

Kat Neeland scored 11 points, grabbed 18 rebounds, dished out seven assists and recorded seven steals for the Elks.

Taholah 14 19 24 10 — 67

Lake Quinault 7 10 12 11 — 40

Wishkah Valley 37, North River 19

Brooke Haskey grabbed 24 rebounds to lead Wishkah Valley (3-8, 3-4 Coastal 1B) to a 37-19 victory over North River on Jan. 28 at Wishkah Valley High School.

Baylee Buchanan and Erica Bomhoff scored nine points each for the Loggerettes.

 

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