Boys basketball: Kamiakin uses furious fourth-quarter rally to beat Hanford

January 5, 2013 

Kylle Robertson scored a game-high 25 points as Kamiakin used a big fourth quarter to rally past Hanford 59-47 in a Mid-Columbia Conference game in Richland.

After leading by seven at halftime and by two at the end of the third quarter, the Falcons were outscored 19-5 in the final period.

“Give them credit for kind of taking it to us in the fourth quarter,” Hanford coach Paul Mayer said. “We just didn’t respond by scoring at all. They made the plays they needed to.”

Joe Douglas had 17 points and nine rebounds for Hanford.

KAMIAKIN — Kylle Robertson 25, Clyde 16, Petsch 5, Williams 11, Gurney 2, Fowler, Bayles.

HANFORD — Joe Douglas 17, Jones 1, Sutey 9, Heid 2, Hannu 3, DeVine 5, J. Watson 8, Dobken 2, K. Watson.

Kamiakin 14 10 16 19 — 59

Hanford 14 17 11 5 — 47

Highlights — Kamiakin 16-22 FTs; Douglas 9 rebounds; Hanford 12-15 FTs.

Chiawana 57, Pasco 52: Cayden Cazier scored a season-high 16 points to lead the Riverhawks past the rival Bulldogs in Mid-Columbia Conference action at Pasco High.

The win came a night after Chiawana let a fourth-quarter lead get away in a loss to Southridge.

“It was nice to see us deal with a little bit of adversity and play strong in the fourth quarter,” Chiawana coach Chad Herron said.

CHIAWANA — Penny, Cayden Cazier 16, Avery 2, Wren 8, Rausch 2, Briones 10, Koval 4, Henderson 15.

PASCO — Brown 10, Arroyo 5, Julian Figueroa 14, Cardoza 8, Ballardo, Miller 13, Murillo, Cobain, Young, Cruz 2.

Chiawana 11 16 15 15 — 57

Pasco 17 14 11 10 — 52

Highlights — Victor Koval 9 rebounds, Wesley Henderson 7 rebounds, Aaric Wren 6 rebounds, Jesse Briones 8 assists, 2 steals. Brian Arroyo 3 steals, Marqualle Brown 5 rebounds, 2 steals; Luis Murillo 5 rebounds

Southridge 55, Kennewick 47: Spencer Vorheis scored a game-high 22 points and went 4-for-4 from the free-throw line down the stretch to help the Suns secure their second consecutive MCC win against visiting Kennewick.

Vorheis scored Southridge’s first eight points of the game to lift his team to an 18-7 first-quarter advantage. When Kennewick came back to tie it at 25 at the end of the half, the Suns kicked it into gear again.

KENNEWICK — John Wuol 12, Rutledge, Mitch Mueller 12, Fernandez, Westover 6, Bugal, DeWitt, Conde, Plew 7, Ramos 10, W.Wuol. Totals 19-48 6-10 47.

SOUTHRIDGE — Molt 1, Mazzei 6, Mandell, Spencer Vorheis 22, Farrell 3, Getchell 7, Lopia 6, Haberling 8, Schafer 2. Totals 19-46 15-22 55.

Kennewick 7 18 14 8 — 47

Southridge 18 7 17 13 — 55

Davis 70, Sunnyside 67: Trey Serl had 24 points in the Grizzlies’ close home loss to the Pirates.

DAVIS — Nikhil Lizotte 21, Jones 13, Gasseling 4, Navarro 7, Perea-Vijarro 13, Brisco-Hernandez 12, Nickens, Moctezuma, Kupp, Ramos. Totals 24-64 16-21 70.

SUNNYSIDE — Salmeron (No. 1) 4, Salmeron (No. 3) 5, Daley 6, Sanchez 2, Fernandez 4, Trey Serl 24, Amaro 4, Spini 18, Ortega, Kupp, Lugo. Totals 29-61 2-6 67.

Davis 21 13 14 22 — 70

Sunnyside 10 20 19 18 — 67

Highlights — Perea-Vijarro 10 rebounds; Jones 6 rebounds, 6 steals; Amaro 7 rebounds; Spini 6 rebounds; Daley 6 rebounds.

Grandview 48, Prosser 47: Isaiah Ruiz made two free throws with 1.3 seconds left to lift the Greyhounds over the host Mustangs.

Nathan Schutt made one free throw with six seconds left to put Prosser on top 47-46, but Ruiz drove to the basket and drew the foul.

GRANDVIEW — Andy Rodriguez 13, Faiz 2, Schrenk 2, Gonzalez 7, Carpenter 6, Isaiah Ruiz 15, Cornejo 2.

PROSSER — Durbin 3, Raap 7, Nathan Schutt 12, Kilian 9, Frank 2, Flores 2, Hamilton 12, Blair, Averg.

Grandview 12 10 11 15 — 48

Prosser 8 13 13 13 — 47

Selah 56, Othello 52: Trevor Walker scored 15 points but it wasn’t enough as the Huskies dropped a CWAC 2A home game.

SELAH — Drew Dwyer 21, Jackson 6, Leaks 5, McGuire 13, Towery 8.

OTHELLO — Gomez 9, Cantu 3, Trevor Walker 15, Hall 5, Martinez 9, Rodriguez 9, Salisbury 2.

Selah 18 8 17 11 — 56

Othello 15 13 13 10 — 52

Mabton 56, Columbia (Burbank) 53 (OT): Alex Reyna hit a 3-pointer with 1 second left and Columbia’s ensuing desperation heave hit the front of the rim, as the Vikings earned a nonleague home victory.

The Coyotes had just tied the game with 9 seconds left on a Chris Ryckman 3-pointer, but Reyna was left alone on the next possession and made the opponents pay.

COLUMBIA (BURBANK) — McBride 4, Wattenberger 2, Koopman, Mejia 2, Scott 4, Boulds 11, P. Romm, Barajas, Morris 2, J. Romm 4, Chris Ryckman 24.

MABTON — Ruiz 7, Herrera 2, Gutierrez 1, Navarro 12, Sanchez 11, Pina 3, Lopez, Alex Reyna 20.

Columbia (Burbank) 15 7 13 10 7 — 53

Mabton 14 12 6 14 10 — 56

Connell 53, Warden 50: Brendan Holst hit a basket with five seconds left to break a tie and lead the Eagles to the SCAC East home victory.

Garrett Marks had a career-high 30 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Cougars.

WARDEN — L. Reyes, Cole 11, Morales 3, Alba, Shuler, Garrett Marks 30, Kisler, J. Reyes 6.

CONNELL — Holst 9, Stefan Davidson 19, Burgens 4, Lei 3, Chase 10, Forsyth, Syrie 6, Lyle 2.

Warden 18 12 8 12 — 50

Connell 15 1 17 20 — 53

River View 41, Dayton 34: Mike Anderson’s nine points led the Panthers to a nonleague home win.

DAYTON — Smav 3, Lambert 8, Wyatt Frame 10, Hayes 4, Wagner 4, Ramirez 4.

RIVER VIEW — Brown 6, Bartlett 6, Moore 5, Williamson 2, Marshall, Hand 8, Cooper 5, Rogers, Mike Anderson 9, Weatherby.

Dayton 9 4 8 12 — 34

River View 10 10 8 13 — 41

Liberty Christian 45, Tri-Cities Prep 34: Jared Hoey scored 11 points, and Isaiah Ojeda and Brandon Peterson each had nine as the Patriots defeated the Jaguars on the road.

LIBERTY CHRISTIAN — Ojeda 9, Peterson 9, Olson 4, Morris 7, Lindquist 5, Jared Hoey 11, Steele, Koglin.

TRI-CITIES PREP — Perez 2, Josh Guajardo 11, Rivas 4, Brad. Westerfield 7, Bri. Westerfield 10, Ledesma, Loftus, Montelongo, Larson, Hinkson.

Liberty Christian 12 10 14 9 — 45

Tri-Cities Prep 10 12 8 4 — 34

Highlights — Brad. Westerfield 8 rebounds; Guajardo 4 steals.

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