Boys basketball: Kamiakin tops Redmond at SunDome Shootout

December 28, 2012 

Cooper Clyde had 17 points and seven rebounds, and Javan Williams added 10 and 11 to lead Kamiakin to a 54-42 victory over Redmond at the SunDome Shootout in Yakima.

Kamiakin took control early, limiting Redmond to just 13 first-half points.

“We had a really nice half,” Braves coach Brian Meneely said. “Obviously we get 21 points in the second half to open up that big lead. It was nice going into halftime.”

KAMIAKIN — Cooper Clyde 17, Robertson 7, Holle 2, Petsch 7, Bayless 5, Williams 10, Fowler 4, Gurney 2. Totals 17-40 15-20 54.

REDMOND — Kyle Sawtell 20, Thomson 2, Croshaw 9, Brown 2, Markling, Brady 2, Sharington 5, Wherrett, Bies, Yen 0, Swanson 2. Totals 16-49 8-15 42.

Kamiakin 11 21 9 13 — 54

Redmond 5 8 14 15 — 42

Highlights — Clyde 7 rebounds; Javan Williams 11.

Moses Lake 66, Pasco 54: Julian Figueroa scored 13 points and Brian Arroyo added 12, but it wasn’t enough as the Bulldogs dropped a nonleague road game.

The game was supposed to be apart of a tournament, but two Spokane schools pulled out so Moses Lake and Pasco just played the single game.

Dennis Ulynchuk’s 27 points led the Chiefs.

PASCO — Brown 4, Arroyo 12, Julian Figueroa 13, Cardoza 9, Ballardo, Miller 10, Murillo, Cobain 4, Cruz, Sprinkle, Young 2.

MOSES LAKE — Ballard 8, Sutherland 7, Rubio 6, Hirz 5, Holman 3, Baker 7, Chavez, Martinez, Dennis Ulynchuk 27, Earl.

Pasco 18 13 12 11 — 54

Moses Lake 19 15 16 16 — 66

WALLA WALLA 44, CLARKSTON 43: Gabe Porter’s two free throws with 30 seconds remaining gave Walla Walla an insurmountable three-point lead, and the Blue Devils went on to beat Clarkston in the first round of the Avista Holiday Tournament at Lewis-Clark State College.

Porter finished with 15 points for Wa-Hi (9-0), which will play Colfax at 5 p.m. today fopr the tournament title.

WALLA WALLA — Toon, Klicker 6, Gabe Porter 15, Thonney 1, Eggart, Arias 10, Gilmore, Cranor 8, Warinner 4. Totals 17-47 5-6 44.

CLARKSTON — Sobotta 5, Blunt 4, Nicholas, Kelly 7, Adams 5, Sinner, DeVleming, Trevor Sperry 16, Holman 4, Johnson 2. Totals 15-44 12-17 43.

Walla Walla 5 18 10 11 — 44

Clarkston 8 7 14 14 — 43

Highlights — Cranor 7 rebounds, Blunt 6 rebounds, Toon 4 assists.

Hanford 62, Mt. Spokane 53: Brady Heid scored 15 points, while Nick Dobken had four points and 10 rebounds to lead the Falcons to a nonleague road victory.

“It is nice to come to Spokane and get a win and hopefully get back on track,” Hanford coach Paul Mayer said.

Joe Douglas added 14 points and Jalen Watson had 12 for Hanford.

HANFORD — Brady Heid 15, Dobken 4, Douglas 14, J. Watson 12, DeVine 7, Hannu, Sutey 9, Jones 1, K. Watson.

MT. SPOKANE — Dave Larson 19, Stiles 12, Reis 3, Kissinger 7, Pierce 2, Moran 2, Weems 6, Pierce, Martin 2, Mendez, Keats.

Hanford 20 10 12 20 — 62

Mt. Spokane 10 17 9 17 — 53

Highlights — Dobken 10 rebounds.

Connell 52, White Swan 32: Stefan Davidson scored 16 points and Brendan Holst added 10 points as the Eagles earned a nonleague home victory.

WHITE SWAN — Coby Lewis 13, Pham 7, Lewis 6, Wyena 3, Andy 3.

CONNELL — Stefan Davidson 16, Holst 10, Chase 8, Lee 5, Forsyth 2, Syrey 2, Borgins 1, Erickson 1.

White Swan 7 5 6 14 — 32

Connell 4 23 17 8 — 52

Granger 53, Columbia (Burbank) 40: Chris Ryckman scored 11 points for the Coyotes, who lost a nonleague game at home.

Esan Cerventes led Granger with 14 points.

GRANGER — Esan Cerventes 14, Muniz 5, Garza 2, Ely 4, Ochoa 8, Marquez 4, Klarich, Castro 8, Pacheco 4, Equiahua 2, Oliveros 2.

COLUMBIA (BURBANK) — Chris Ryckman 11, McBride 6, Koopman 3, Meija 5, Scott 1, Boulds 2, P. Romm 4, Varajas, Schrimsher, Miller 2, J. Romm 6.

Granger 12 19 12 10 — 53

Columbia (Burbank) 6 3 13 18 — 40

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