Boys basketball: Radliff helps Richland roll past Southridge

January 26, 2013 

Payton Radliff hit six 3-pointers for a game-high 22 points, and Steven Beo added 15 as Richland rolled to an 85-36 Mid-Columbia Conference rout Saturday against Southridge in Kennwick.

Richland (15-4, 11-2 MCC), which already clinched the top seed to the 4A district tournament, remains a half game behind MCC frontrunner Kamiakin (15-3, 11-1).

The Bombers led 79-22 after three quarters and finished with 13 3-pointers. They also outrebounded Southridge 40-26.

“We’re playing pretty good offense, and our defense is getting better,” Richland coach Earl Streufert said. “That’s two good wins in a row, and our last three wins we were in the 80s.”

RICHLAND — DeVries 15, Crandall 2, Baird, McCullough 5, Beo 15, Payton Radliff 22, Broeske 6, Hilty 4, Streufert 14, Wheeler 2. 27-49 18-24 85.

SOUTHRIDGE — Molt 2, Nick Mandell 6, Vorheis 6, Farrell 2, Getchell 6, Trott 2, Lopia, Haberling 5, Hunt, Cross 3, Schafer 4. 14-51 6-10 36.

Richland 29 20 30 6 — 85

Southridge 9 8 5 14 — 36

Highlights — Streufert 11 rebs, 3 assists, 3 steals; Crandall 5 assists; DeVries 3-3 3-pointers, Radliff 6-11 3-pointers.

Hanford 54, Chiawana 48: Joe Douglas scored 29 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the Falcons past the visiting Riverhawks in Mid-Columbia Conference play.

Hanford led 32-17 at halftime, before Chiawana rallied to pull within single digits, but the Falcons were able to hang on.

CHIAWANA — Aaric Wren 10, Harris 2, Cazier 9, Avery 8, Mendoza 6, Briones, Koval 6, Henderson 7.

HANFORD — Joe Douglas 29, J. Watson 11, DeVine, Hannu 5, Heid 3, Sudy 4, Jones 2, K. Watson.

Chiawana 8 9 21 10 — 48

Hanford 11 21 15 7 — 54

Highlights — Douglas 12 rebounds.

Kamiakin 48, Walla Walla 38: Kylle Robertson and Cooper Clyde each scored 15 points and combined for 15 rebounds to lead the Braves to a Mid-Columbia Conference road win Saturday night.

KAMIAKIN — Kylle Robertson 15, Cooper Clyde 15, Holle, Petsch 9, Bayles 4, Fowler, Gurney 5.
WALLA WALLA — Gabe Porter 12, Toon, Klicker 11, Thonney, Eggart 2, Hogan, Arias 6, Gilmore, Cranor 7.
Kamiakin 11 15 12 10 — 48
Walla Walla 9 7 18 4 — 38
Highlights
— Robertson 8 rebounds; Clyde 7 rebounds.

West Valley 76, Grandview 68: Bryce Carpenter scored 22 points and grabbed five rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as the Greyhounds dropped a CWAC 2A game to the visiting Rams.

WEST VALLEY — VanDeBrake 5, Peake 11, Cluff 13, Swanson 2, Peters, Cavanaugh, Strock 15, Landis, Griffen Thrulby 19, Juarez 11. Totals 24-51 23-31 76.

GRANDVIEW — Rodriguez 6, Saenz 6, Abonza, Saladana, Schrank, Gonzalez 14, Bryce Carpenter 22, Ruiz 20, Cornejo. Totals 27-58 8-16 68.

West Valley 23 16 19 18 — 76

Grandview 19 15 22 12 — 68

Highlights — Isaiah Ruiz 12 assists, Carpenter 5 rebounds.

Prosser 69, Ellensburg 66: Mason Schutt scored 23 points, and Bubba Frank and Kyle Killian each added 12 to lead Prosser to a CWAC win at home.

ELLENSBURG — Spalding 11, Garrett Hull 23, Walker 3, Ledgard 11, Caskey, Doebler 9, Strong 9.

PROSSER — Mason Schutt 23, Durbin 3, Raap 7, Killian 12, Frank 12, Hamilton 9, Blair 2.

Ellensburg 15 10 20 21 — 66

Prosser 20 17 24 8 — 69

River View 45, Wahluke 42: Mike Anderson scored 19 points and Terran Brown added 13 as the Panthers earned an SCAC East road victory over the Warriors in Mattawa.

RIVER VIEW — Terran Brown 13, Bartlett 3, Thomas, Moore, Marshall, Hand 6, Cooper, Rogers 4, Mike Anderson 19.

WAHLUKE — Barrajas 6, Jorgenson, Ramos, Onafre 13, Squeochs 9, Abarca 3, Caro 8, Espindola, Prudente 1

River View 8 10 13 14 — 45

Wahluke 4 8 12 18 — 42

Highlights — Anderson 11 rebounds, Brown 8 assists.

Kiona-Benton 37, Connell 34: Juan Garcia and Mick Phelps each scored 10 points as the Bears picked up an SCAC East road win.

Tanner Erickson’s 10 led Connell, which is now tied for third place in the standings with Columbia (Burbank).

KIONA-BENTON — Juan Garcia 10, Aguilar 7, Mick Phelps 10, Christensen 9, Cisneros 1, Cortez, Salarzano, Jensen.

CONNELL — Holst 2, Davidson 7, Tanner Erickson 10, Chase 8, Taylor 4, Hopkins 3, Syrie, Li, Borgens.

Kiona-Benton 11 5 8 13 — 37

Connell 4 14 3 13 — 34

Columbia (Burbank) 49, Warden 33: The Coyotes closed the game on a 29-4 run to rally for an SCAC East home victory.

Warden led 29-20 after making the first basket of the second half before the Coyotes went on their tear.

“It was just all effort,” Columbia coach Todd Schumacher said. “Our effort in the second half improved and so did our scoring. We got some turnovers on our press and just played harder.”

WARDEN — L. Reyes 4, Agaton, Nate Cole 10, Alba, Ibarria, Schuler 2, Kisler 8, J. Reyes 9.

COLUMBIA (BURBANK) — McBride 3, Wattenberger 2, Koopman 8, Meija, Scott, Boulds, Barrajas 2, Schrimsher, Miller 6, Romm 12, Chris Ryckman 16.

Warden 11 16 4 2 — 33

Columbia (Burbank) 8 12 22 7 — 49

Bickleton 46, TLG 16: Nathan Powers scored 14 points and Taylor Brown added six points and 11 rebounds to lead the Pirates to the win at home.

TLG — King 5, Nakae 5, Cox 2, English 2, Hoodenpyl 2, Yarnell, Throop, Rico, J. Throop, Baker, Ewers.

BICKLETON — Nathan Powers 14, Lowe 6, Clinton 9, Underwood 2, M. Powers 9, Brown 6, T. Roberts, J. Roberts.

TLG 5 6 2 3 — 16

Bickleton 7 13 12 14 — 46

Highlights — Taylor Brown 11 rebounds; Peter Clinton 4 steals, 3 assists.

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