Girls basketball: Chiawana wallops Davis

December 17, 2013 

The Davis Pirates might not be the best opponent against whom to gauge how good your girls basketball team really is.

But any time Steve Davis can watch his team shoot over 50 percent from the floor, he’ll take it.

Chiawana shot 53 percent (28-for-53) in an 83-34 nonleague win over Davis. There was one aspect of that percentage Davis could do without.

“A lot of those were missed layups,” he said. “But that’s a great total to be around. I’m not complaining.”

Delaney Hodgins led all scorers with 19 points, hitting 5-for-6 from the 3-point line in the process. The Riverhawks hit 58 percent from behind the line.

“We jumped out early and executed our offense early,” Davis said. “It was a strong defensive game. We controlled the tempo.”

DAVIS — Greene 4, Martinez 4, Gratchen 3, Perez 5, Bullops 10, Fowler 6, Morales 2, Russell, Bradley. Totals 9-49 14-21 34.

CHIAWANA — A.Guzman 2, E.Guzman 4, Delaney Hodgins 19, Braydey Hodgins 13, Elferness 14, Sullivan 4, Roach 4, Cartwright 10, Winchester 7, Peak 6, Logozzo. Totals 28-53 20-30 83.

Davis 8 15 9 2 — 34

Chiawana 24 21 21 17 — 83

Highlights — D.Hodgins 5-for-6 from 3-point range.

Sunnyside 69, Kamiakin 59: The Grizzlies took advantage of three missing Braves starters, outlasting a short bench for a nonleague road win in Kennewick.

Jordan Rodriguez led all scorers with 21 points for Sunnyside.

Maysun Wellsandt led Kamiakin with 19, while her sister Tabitha Wellsandt added 18. Rachel Ellison chipped in nine points for the Braves, who trailed 15-8 after one quarter and never caught up.

SUNNYSIDE — Vanessa Alvarez 8, Natalia Bazan 4, Lua 2, Rubalcava 11, Emilee Maldonado 12, Mendoza 5, Jordan Rodriguez 21, Perez 6, Herrera, Trevino.

KAMIAKIN — Schauble 9, Maysun Wellsandt 19, Ellison 11, Tabitha Wellsandt 18, Crandell 2, Donais.

Sunnyside 15 18 20 16 — 69

Kamiakin 8 15 15 21 — 59

HANFORD 55, POST FALLS 50: Colette Gall had a game-high 18 points to lead the Falcons to a over Post Falls.

“I thought the girls did a good job winning on the road,” said Hanford coach Evan Woodward. “It was a physical game. It was a team effort to pull out the win.”

HANFORD — Stewart 13, Deichman, Hall 2, Shintaffer 12, Thompson 3, Foraker, Harris 2, Winsor 5, Colette Gall 18. Totals 17-46 16-26 55.

POST FALLS — Allert 8, Olivia Ellison 15, A.Ellison, King, M.Smith 1, Anderson 2, L.Smith 10, Bodman, Runkle 4, Kyle 2, Reynolds 8, McDermitt. Totals 14-45 19-26 50.

Hanford 22 9 11 13 — 55

Post Falls 7 11 16 16 — 50

Grandview 74, Othello 36: Breanna Lopez scored 24 points and Marissa Caballero added 18 as the Greyhounds cruised to a CWAC home victory. Jailene Alvarez’s 10 points led Othello.

OTHELLO — Valdez 5, Garza 3, Jailene Alvarez 10, Pinko, Randolph 2, Rodriguez 2, K. Andersen 2, B. Fleshman 1, T. Andersen 2, H. Fleshman 9.

GRANDVIEW — Breanna Lopez 24, Shafer 15, Pond 8, Hall 2, Medina 3, Caballero 18, Kurd 4, Bellhon, Mejia, Swearingen.

Othello 8 10 9 9 — 36

Grandview 12 26 25 11 — 74

Highlights—Jamila Shafer 6 rebs; Marissa Caballero 9 assists; Hannah Pond 5 steals.

River View 26, Dayton 23: Ashley Dickinson scored all seven of her points in the fourth quarter, and McKenzie Smith finished with 12 points to lead all scorers as the Panthers came back from a three point deficit to beat the visiting Bulldogs.

DAYTON — J.Phillips 3, Andrew 5, Becker, Ramirez 4, Andrews 2, Madison Mings 7, S.Phillips, Currin, Robins, Ward 2.

RIVER VIEW — Wilhelm 5, Vasquez, Munson 2, Shaota, McKenzie Smith 12, Portos, Walker, Dickinson 7, Washington, Gallegos.

Dayton 2 2 6 13 — 23

River View 3 4 2 17 — 26

Highlights — Ashley Dickinson, Smith both with 7 in 4Q. Jamie Walker 9 rebs; Smith 11 rebs.

Ephrata 39, Prosser 25: Kassidy Durbin’s six points led the Mustangs in a CWAC road loss.

PROSSER — Boyle 4, Kassidy Durbin 6, Carillo, Meirdorf 2, Lusk, Silva 2, Haringa 5, Duncan 2, Roberts 5.

EPHRATA — Hillard 5, Wards 13, Stuckey, Youngers 2, Hendrickson 7, Sage 7, Jacobson 5.

Prosser 2 2 5 16 — 25

Ephrata 12 10 8 9 — 39

Tri-Cities Prep 51, Wahluke 33: The Jaguars jumped out to a 19-11 lead after one quarter, and Corinne Barnett and Devin Hirsch combined for 28 points to lead Prep to the road win in Mattawa. Lili Ramirez led all scorers with 17 for Wahluke.

TRI-CITIES PREP — Lahoz 2, Ghirardo 2, Corinne Barnett 15, Victoria Vargas 10, Whitsett 3, Slahatsky 4, Devin Hirsch 13.

WAHLUKE — Torres 2, Olivarez 7, Lili Ramirez 17, Hernandez 6, R.Ramirez 1.

Tri-Cities Prep 19 12 16 4 — 51

Wahluke 11 9 6 7 — 33

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