Girls basketball: Tuesday, Dec. 4

TRI-CITY HERALDDecember 5, 2012 

Chiawana 57, ML 36: Delaney Hodgins led all scorers with 20 points Tuesday, but Riverhawks coach Steve Davis said it was a pair of role-playing swing players that made a big difference in this one.

"Molly Sullivan gave us huge minutes in this one," Davis said. "Even Bernadette Roach, who scored just two points, gave us five minutes of quality playing time."

Chiawana took an 11-8 first-quarter lead and built that lead to 28-20 by halftime.

MOSES LAKE -- Overland 8, Garcia 4, Loera 6, Walker 9, Olson 1, Clark 4, Stevens 2, Nielsen 2, LeFave, Koon, Kunjara.

CHIAWANA -- B.Hodgins 3, Perez 10, Delaney Hodgins 20, Alferness 9, Gonzales 5, Roach 2, Sullivan 7, Cartwright 1, Burton, Pink.

Moses Lake 8 12 10 6 -- 36

Chiawana 11 17 11 18 -- 57

Hermiston 45, Hanford 41: Colette Gall scored eight of her game-high 20 points in the fourth quarter, but the Falcons' rally on the road came up short.

Ashley Stewart added nine points for Hanford, which trailed by 15 heading into the final quarter.

"The girls buckled down in the fourth," Falcons coach Evan Woodward said. "As a group, they played a lot harder at the end of the game."

HANFORD -- Colette Gall 20, Stewart 9, Hall 3, Shintaffer 3, Steele 3, Roueche, Thompson, Foraker, Winsor 3.

HERMISTON -- Jansen Edmiston 9, Heidi Walchli 9, Byrd 4, Ender-Smith, Heehn 6, Headings 8, Valle 5, Drotzmann, Sanders 2, Ramirez 2.

Hanford 6 12 10 13 -- 41

Hermiston 11 19 13 2 -- 45

Post Falls 74, Kennewick 15: Panisesi Taimani had six points and five rebounds as the Lions dropped a nonconference road game in Idaho.

KENNEWICK -- Osmundson 1, Valerio, Mata, Hicks, Sanders 5, Ines, Kump 3, Lester, Nelson, Alberton, Panisesi Taimani 6, Schmidt.

POST FALLS -- Allert 9, Gonzales 4, King 4, Smith 9, Litalien 17, Bennett 14, Runkle, Faylor 15, Perrin 2, Meehan.

Kennewick 3 7 3 2 -- 15

Post Falls 18 17 25 14 -- 74

Highlights -- Taimani 5 rebounds.

Kiona-Benton 48, Mabton 42: Abby Pendergast and Bailey Schroeder combined for 34 points, and Schroeder added eight rebounds plus five assists to lift the Bears to a nonleague road win over the Vikings.

Mabton took a 9-7 lead after one quarter, but Ki-Be outscored the Vikings 29-15 over the next two quarters to take a 36-24 lead after three.

Irene Pineda led Mabton with 15 points.

KIONA-BENTON -- Holt 3, M.Calzadillas 2, Acevedo, Abby Pendergast 18, Thornton, Bailey Schroeder 16, Elliott 2, J.Calzadillas 7, Mudd.

MABTON -- Espinoza 2, Irene Pineda 15, Martinez, McCallum, Nash 3, Vazquez 6, Herrera 9, Guerrero 7.

Kiona-Benton 7 13 16 12 -- 48

Mabton 9 9 6 18 -- 42

Highlights -- Schroeder 8 rebs, 5 assists; M.Calzadillas 5 assists.

Dayton 48, River View 24: McKayla Bickelhaupt scored 13 points to lead the Class 2B Bulldogs past the visiting Class 1A Panthers.

Josie Robertson had nine points and eight rebounds to lead River View.

RIVER VIEW -- Wilhelm 3, Salter, Smith 6, Munson 2, Walker, Hitchinson, Williamson, Washington 4, Josie Robertson 9.

DAYTON -- Cates 8, Fuller 4, Ramirez 4, Andrews 2, McKayla Bickelhaupt 13, Phillips 2, Harding 8, Frame 7, Ward.

River View 5 3 14 2 -- 24

Dayton 11 12 17 8 -- 48

Highlights -- River View, Robertson 8 rebounds.

Connell 67, Othello 21: Ashley Thompson and Michelle Schultz dominated inside to lead the Eagles to a nonleague home victory against the Huskies.

Thompson had five points, 14 rebounds and three blocks, while Schultz finished with 18 points, 12 rebounds and two blocks.

OTHELLO -- Franco, Rodriguez, Tolley 1, Bullis 5, Anderson 4, Garza, Taylor 1, Begay 4, Fleshman 6.

CONNELL -- J. Hawkins 1, M. Hawkins 8, Vickerman 6, Easterday 17, Booker 4, Hopkins, Riner 6, Kroontje, Spencer, English 2, Michelle Schultz 18, Thompson 5.

Othello 5 10 4 2 -- 21

Connell 17 13 18 19 -- 67

Highlights -- Connell, Thompson 14 rebounds, 3 blocks; Schultz 12 rebounds, 2 blocks; M. Hawkins 10 steals, 5 assists; Easterday 4 assists; English 7 steals.

Grandview 69, Sunnyside 63 (OT): Payton Parrish scored 33 points giving her more than 1,000 for her career to lead the Greyhounds to the nonleague road victory.

Celina Rubalcava scored as time expired in regulation to send the game to overtime, as Sunnyside erased a 10-point deficit in the final three minutes.

Jordan Rodriguez's 15 points led the Grizzlies (1-1).

GRANDVIEW -- Brianna Lopez 11, Shafer, Payton Parrish 33, Grove 3, Marissa Caballero 17, Trinidad 3, Verduzco, Hall, Pond 0.

SUNNYSIDE -- Vargas 8, Vanessa Alvarez 10, Fernandez, Hernandez, Natalia Bazan 12, Celina Rubalcava 11, Bermudez, Jordan Rodriguez 15, Perez 7.

Grandview 12 13 16 18 10 -- 69

Sunnyside 14 9 13 23 4 -- 63

Highlights -- Sunnyside, Alvarez 5 steals, Bazan 7 rebounds.

Bickleton 54, Zillah C 53 (OT): Hailey Goodnight had 17 points and Jamie Venema added 16 points and 12 rebounds to lead Bickleton past the Zillah C team in overtime.

BICKLETON -- Hailey Goodnight 17, Brown 14, Venema 16, Cannon 2, McBride 4, Balding, He. Goodnight 1. Totals 23-61 8-21 54.

ZILLAH C -- Redfield 18, Rojas, Lentz 7, Tackett 10, Alejandre 12, Anthony, Benson, Alcala 2, Pettingill 2, Luning 2.

Bickleton 8 21 9 11 5 -- 54

Zillah C 5 8 15 21 4 -- 53

Highlights -- Bickleton, Jamie Venema 12 rebounds.

Moses Lake Christian 55, Cascade Christian 8: Taylor Yamane's 11 points and seven steals led Moses Lake Christian Academy to a nonleague road victory in Wenatchee.

MOSES LAKE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY -- T. Yamane 11, Hunt 2, Toevs 6, Loudon, M. Yamane 6, Sandberg 12, Anna Yarbro 18. Totals 22-48 8-13 55.

MLCA 26 12 15 2 -- 55

CCA 0 4 3 1 -- 8

Highlights -- Taylor Yamane 7 steals, 2 assists; Madison Yamane 8 rebounds, four assists.

Bowling

Kennewick 4, Chiawana 0: It took the Lions a game to find their marks, but it was full steam ahead after that.

Karissa Shiflet rolled a 236, while Savanna Jones and Xochitl Garcia each scored 173 for in the second scratch game for Kennewick, which also scored a 189 in the first baker game.

Melissa Tuthill topped the Riverhawks with a 148-184 scratch score.

At Go Bowl

Scratch -- Game 1: Kennewick 681 (Daicee Singer 109, Savanna Jones 173, Xochitl Garcia 133, Danielle Gonzales 112, Karissa Shiflet 154), Chiawana 655 (Brenda Vela 142, Adriana Galven/Ysha Sainz-Rahmig 106, Celia Balderas 113, Melissa Tuthill 148, Valeria Vela 146). Game 2: Kennewick 857 (Singer 139, Jones 173, Garcia 173, Gonzales 136, Shiflet 236), Chiawana 676 (B. Vela 135, Sainz-Rahmig 90, Balderas 137, Tuthill 184, V. Vela 130).

Baker -- Game 1: Kennewick 189, Chiawana 117. Game 2: Kennewick 136, Chiawana 123.

Pasco 4, Connell 0: Neydeen Martinez rolled a pair of 167s to lead the Bulldogs to a Mid-Columbia Conference sweep of the Eagles.

Alex Shuster's 158 led Connell in the second game.

At Town & Country Lanes

Scratch -- Game 1: Pasco 725 (Neydeen Martinez 167, Carrie Nolan 145, Kaitlyn Bedoya 138, Maddy Serrano 133, Mariko Sital 142), Connell 530 (Hope Sawyer 82, Kayla Benson 124, Cheyenne Baxter 111, Kennidi Whitby 83, Alexandra Shuster 130). Game 2: Pasco 715 (Martinez 167, Nolan 155, Bedoya 125, Serrano 143, Sital/Karla Garcia 125), Connell 562 (Benson 86, Baxter 93, Shuster 158, Dyoni Shuster 89, Shelby Kessler 136.

Baker -- Game 1: Pasco 138, Connell 106. Game 2: Pasco 146, Connell 109.

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