Lake City guard Winger torches Hanford for 30 points in win over Falcons

By the Tri-City HeraldDecember 14, 2013 

Lake City guard J.J. Winger hit 10 of his team’s 15 3-pointers on the night, finishing with 30 points to lead the visiting Timberwolves of Coeur d’Alene to an 81-48 win over the Hanford Falcons on Saturday.

“It was at or near the top of impressive shooting performances by an opponent in our gym. He just hit everything,” Falcons coach Paul Mayer said. “We played hard. We just played a very, very good team. If they play like that any night, I can’t see anybody beating them.”

Mayer said he was impressed with Hanford guard Thomas Hannu, who held NCAADivision I recruit Kyle Guice to just six points.

Brady Heid led the Falcons with 21 points.

LAKE CITY — J.J. Winger 30, Pratt 12, Louis-McGee 2, Vetsch, Guice 6, Turner 8, Dahl 3, Hancock 16, Mitchell 4.
HANFORD — Brady Heid 21, Watson 5, Heiman 3, Seaman 6, Hannu 3, Sivonen 6, Ked.Skiner, Sutey 4, Kev.Skinner, Mickelson.
Lake City 17 21 22 21 — 81
Hanford 13 12 11 12 — 48

Richland 90, Hermiston 69: Carson Miller was a boon off the bench for the Bombers, recording 14 points and 11 rebounds in a nonleague win over the Bulldogs.

“Miller’s play was exceptional. He’s real confident inside. He’s got a real quick jumper and he’s getting more comfortable,” Richland coach Earl Streufert said. “The (bench guys) got some extended minutes tonight, which was nice.”

Richland led 27-14 after one quarter and extended the lead to 55-30 at the half. The Bombers shot 53 percent despite hitting just six 3-pointers.

Payton Radliff (21 points) and Nathan Streufert (20 points) combined for 41 points. Ramon Contreras led Hermiston with 17 points.

HERMISTON — Flyg 11, Ramon Contreras 17, Christiansen 7, Crafton, Flores 15, Zimmerley 3, Gammel, Drotzman 2, Wyant 13, Phipps 1. Totals 25-56 16-23 69.
RICHLAND — Beo 10, Streufert 20, DeVries 7, RAdliff 21, Mc 9, Totrres 5, Nelson 1, Carson Miller 14, Perry 3. Totals 37-70 10-16 90.
Hermiston 14 16 23 16 — 69
Richland 27 28 12 23 — 90

Highlights — Miller 11 rebs; Streufert 8 rebs, 4 assists.

Chiawana 60, Post Falls 54: Victor Koval and Aaric Wren each scored 17 points, with Koval also pulling down 10 boards, leading the Riverhawks to a nonleague win at home.

Brandon Mendoza added nine points, four assists and four steals for Chiawana.

POST FALLS — Hall 10, McKeown, Davenport 2, Pfennigs 7, Hillman 2, Gondo, Anderson, McCullough 4, Franklin 5, Thompson 10, Koski 14. Totals 18-57 12-18 54.
CHIAWNA — Victor Koval 17, Aaric Wren 17, Mitchell, Harris 2, Singleton 5, Dorton, Mendoza 9, Grandison 2, Henderson 8, Maughan. Totals 22-48 10-14 60.
Post Falls 19 7 9 19 — 54
Chiawana 14 13 13 20 — 60

Highlights — Koval 10 rebs; Brandon Mendoza 4 asts, 4 stls; Anieph Grandison 7 rebs.

Coeur d’Alene 62, Kennewick 53: Lions guard Mitchel Mueller led all scorers with 19 points, but the Vikings shot 52 percent (24-for-46) in a nonleague home win.

“It was a cold shooting night for us,” Kennewick coach Bradyn Leyde said after his team shot 33 percent (20-for-60). “Coeur d’Alene was aggressive and got to the line early and often.”

KENNEWICK — Garcia 6, J.Wuol 8, Mueller 19, Fernandez, Young, Kutzke, DeWitz 3, Molnaa, D.Plew 7, Tennancour 2, C.Plew 6, Y.Wuol 2. Totals 20-60 7-8 53.
COEUR D’ALENE — Tripp 4, Carpenter 3, Williams 4, Hicks 7, Walde 10, Sparks, Devin Kluss 17, Tony Naccarato 17. Totals 24-46 14-27 62.
Kennewick 10 14 17 12 — 53
Coeur d’Alene 14 12 21 15 — 62

Highlights — J.Wuol 3 assists; C.Plew 4 rebs; Y.Wuol 4 rebs.

Grandview 45, Ellensburg 30: Isaiah Ruiz scored 19 points and handed out seven assists to lead the Greyhounds (4-0, 2-0) to a CWAC road win over Ellensburg.

Isaiah Gonzales added 11 points, 14 rebounds and drew four offensive charges on the part of the Bulldogs.

Grandview — Rodriguez 4, Sanez 1, Armendariz 6, Saldona 3, Schrank 2, Gonzales 11, Carpenter, Isaiah Ruiz 19. Totals 16-49 11-14 45.
Ellensburg — Sparling 2, Trent Walker 9, Legaar 6, Lee 3, Broderius, Leach, Caskey 4, Orejueos, Strom 1, Hansberry, Curtis 2. Totals 10-39 8-15 30.
Grandview 4 15 13 12 — 45
Home 6 4 7 13 — 30

Highlights — Isaiah Gonzales 14 rebs.; Isaiah Ruiz 7 assists.

Connell 55, LaSalle 48: Gage Taylor scored 16 points and the Eagles sank 4 of 5 foul shots down the stretch on a 56 percent night at the line to sink La Salle in a nonleague road win.

CONNELL — Gage Taylor 16, Holst 6, Huber 7, Merrill 3, Erickson, Forsyth, Peterson 3, Li 11, Meraz, Syrie 2, Hopkins 7.
LA SALLE — Andringa 2, Garza 12, Morehouse 1, Gasseling 6, Bonny 16, Gurrebed 4, Perry, Ide, Glazier, Oldham.
Connell 8 12 14 21 — 55
La Salle 16 9 9 14 — 48

Columbia-BURBANK 61, GOLDENDALE 34: Senior Chris Ryckman scored 11 points and Tim Ellis added 10 as the Coyotes beat the Timberwolves in nonleague action on the road.

The Coyotes (2-2) hit nine 3-pointers, with Ryckman and Chayce Sorbel each recording three.

Burbank — McBride 9, Chism 1, Wattenburger 7, Balch 5, Mejia 5, Boulds 1, Brown 3, Tim Ellis 10, Sorbel 9, Chris Ryckman 11.
Goldendale — Stalcup 1, Golding 5, Kenner Milliren 11, Cameron 3, Myra 2, Bischoff 7, Howtopat 3, Cochran 2.
Burbank 14 18 18 11 — 61
Goldendale 8 10 7 9 — 34

ZILLAH 57, RIVER VIEW 46: Zillah broke open a four-point game in the closing minutes with three 3-pointers by Jared Ellis to hold off the Panthers in nonleague action in Finley.

“It was a good game,” said River View coach Roger Sonderland. “They have been blowing people out.”

Zillah — Burge 8, Ellis 9, Cortez 8, Mangarelli 2, Justin Dunsmore 15, Brady Widener 15.
River View — Simpson, Brown 7, Frampton, Herrera 4, Chance Williamson 11, Hand 10, Rogers 6, Jaramillo 8.
Zillah 19 15 11 12 — 57
River View 11 15 7 13 — 46

Naches Valley 63, Kiona-Benton 27: Juan Garcia scored 10 points and Darrel Wheeler added nine, but Ki-Be just couldn’t find the basket in a nonleague loss at home.

NACHES VALLEY — Riley Martin 19, Simmons, Upton 12, Wells 6, Williams 3, Whorton 11, Stillwaugh 5, Walker 8.
KIONA-BENTON — Juan Garcia 10, Jensen 3, Devers, White, Torres 3, Manley 1, Ferguson, Neer 1, Wheeler 9.
Naches Valley 15 21 12 15 — 63
Kiona-Benton 14 8 3 2 — 27

Highland 53, Wahluke 28: The Warriors were held to 10 points in the first half and never got untracked in a nonleague loss at home.

HIGHLAND — Stohr 11, Hakala, Wise 10, Rasmussen 5, Logan 2, Uriostegui 10, Burns 4, Silva 5, Garent 6, Siena.
WAHLUKE — Caro 6, Chipiz 4, Ahmann 2, Ramos 2, Onofre 5, Squeochs 3, Abarca, Espindola 4, Ruajas.
Highland 16 10 19 8 — 53
Wahluke 5 5 8 10 — 28

Lacrosse-Washtucna 71, Liberty Christian 53: Isaiah Ojeda paced the Patriots with 21 points and added 10 rebounds in the nonleague loss. Robbie Heiman pulled down a game-high 17 rebounds for LC.

LACROSSE-WASHTUCNA — Darcy Stamper 22, BeDell, Joe Guske 27, Bennett 2, Evans, Wigen 5, Roberts 6, Rice, Erickson 8.
LIBERTY CHRISTIAN — Isaiah Ojeda 21, C.Godwin 4, Lesser 6, Sullivan 2, Heiman 6, Kelly 7, Chambers 6, Mote.
Lacrosse Washtucna 16 23 14 14 — 71
Liberty Christian 16 15 6 16 — 53

Highlights — Ojeda 10 rebs, 3 steals; Robbie Heiman 17 rebs; Godwin 8 rebs; Cameron Godwin 7 assists, 3 steals.

Swimming
MCC meet
: The Bombers nearly won all 12 events during a nonleague dual meet in Ellensburg, but a judges decision in the 50-yard freestyle prevented a sweep.

Ashton Pollick (200 IM) and Patrick Geideman (500 free) cracked the state-qualifying mark for Richland, as did the Bombers’ 200- and 400-freestyle relay teams.

Will Wertz qualified for state in the 200 IM and 100 backstroke.

Ellensburg
Team scores
—Richland 129, Wenatchee 56; Hanford 104, Wenatchee 79.
200 medley relay—1, Richland (Cole Westendorf, Ryan Shiplet, Ashton Pollick, Corey Bradshaw) 1:44.12*; 2, Wenatchee 1:46.84; 3, Hanford 148.44. 200 free—1, Patrick Geideman (R) 1:51.56; 2, James Bennett (H) 1:53.58; 3, Charles Fillebrown (R) 1:58.54. 200 IM—1, Will Wertz (H) 2:00.94*; 2, Pollick (R) 2:02.87*; 3, Jared Vargas (W) 2:03.61. 50 free—1, Thomas Higley (W) 24.14 (judges ruling); 2, Scott Francis (R) 24.13; 3, Mitch Piper (R) 24.29. Diving—1, Piper (R) 187.34; 2, Mitchell Thacker (W) 165.85; 3, Stuart Moore (R) 132.70. 100 fly—1, Pollick (R) 55:52; 2, Bennett (H) 56.73; 3, Luis Hernandez (R) 56.88. 100 free—1, Bradshaw (R) 52.57; 2, Parker Schumacher (H) 53.52; 3, Francis (R) 53.81. 500 free—1, Giedeman (R) 4:59.04*; 2, Vargas (W) 5:01.07; 3, Jeff Kern (R) 5:04.02. 200 free relay—1, Richland (Kern, Geideman, Bradshaw, Francis) 1:36.13; 2, Hanford (Schumacher, John Howard, Joel Johnson, Andrew Zimmel) 1:42.38; 3, Richland 1:41.57. 100 back—1, Wertz (H) 55:75*; 2, Westendorf (R) 58.42; 3, Hernandez (R) 1:03.26. 100 breast—1, Shiplet (R) 1:03.49; 2, Austin Boese (W) 1:07.42; 3, Karl Kintner-Meyer (H) 1:07.68. 400 free relay—1, Richland (Geideman, Westendorf, Francis, Pollick) 3:26.22*; 2, Hanford (Wertz, Bennett, Schumacher, Zimmel) 3:29.44; 3, Wenatchee 3:46.59.

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