Boys basketball: Richland tops CV

December 28, 2013 

Payton Radliff had 20 points and Richland held Central Valley to just 21 points in the first half as the Bombers remained undefeated with a 66-57 home win over the Bears.

It was the first loss for CV (5-1), which was ranked No. 3 before the game.

“We held a really good team to 21 points in the first half,” said Richland coach Earl Streufert. “We missed some 1-and-1s in the first half that could have broke it open.”

Jacob DeVries and Nathan Streufert each added 16 for the Bombers, while AJ Knudsen had eight rebounds.

CV’s Adam Chamberlain led all scorers with 24 points.

CENTRAL VALLEY — Carolan 3, Adam Chamberlain 24, Knudsen 7, Sykes, Daines 6, Byus 13, Fayant, Tucker 4, Hannan. Totals 22-48 8-10 57.

RICHLAND — Jacob DeVries 16, McCullough 6, Perry, Beo 8, Payton Radliff 20, Nathan Streufert 16, Miller. Totals22-50 15-28 66.

Central Valley 13 8 14 22 — 57

Richland 18 14 11 23 — 66

Highlights — AJ Knudsen 8 rebs; Streufert 3 asst.

Kennewick 80, Kentlake 37: Mitchel Mueller had 20 points and five assists, and Alex Garcia scored 16 points as the Lions bounced back from Friday’s sluggish loss for a blowout win at the Yakima SunDome.

A day after shooting 38 percent (15-for-39), Kennewick clicked for just under 50 percent from the floor (29-for-60) and was 77 percent (7-for-9) at the foul line.

“We were more aggressive and able to force some turnovers and capitalize,” Kennewick coach Bradyn Leyde said after his team improved to 5-3. “And we shot the ball a lot better.”

Dillon Plew scored 10 points, and Larry DeWitt pulled down 10 rebounds.

On Friday, Kennewick lost 54-43 to Sumner in a late game, with Mueller accounting for 19 points.

KENTLAKE — Thach, Mackay 5, Helleson, Heck, Doyal 3, Alar 2, Goodwin, Ayele 7, Taya, Harrison 2, Stowell 10, J. Morasch 8, Glass, Williams, D. Morasch. Totals 15-49 6-13 37.

KENNEWICK — Mitchel Mueller 20, Garcia 16, Fernandez 5, DeWitt 5, Molnaa 6, D. Plew 10, Tennancour 5, C. Plew, Vargas 4, Y. Wuol 9. Totals 29-60 7-9 80.

Kentlake 8 8 6 15 — 37

Kennewick 15 23 23 19 — 80

Highlights — Larry DeWitt 10 rebs; Jacob Vargas 3 blks; Mueller 5 asts.

Sumner 54, Kennewick 43

Late Friday

KENNEWICK — Mitchel Mueller 19, Garcia 8, D. Plew, Fernandez 5, DeWitt 2, Molnaa, Tennancour 1, C. Plew, Vargas 4, Y. Wuol 4. Totals 15-39 7-11 43.

SUMNER — Riley Bruil 13, Brewer 7, Jackson 9, Allsop, Carnahan 2, Pierson 6, Avey 2, Hubbard 4, Johnson 9, Ford 2. Totals 22-56 3-5 54.

Kennewick 9 13 14 7 — 43

Sumner 12 19 15 8 — 54

Highlights — Jacob Vargas 4 rebs; Mitchel Mueller 3 stls, 3 asts.

Mt. Spokane 79, Hanford 78 (OT): Cam Scott hit a 3-pointer with 5 seconds left in overtime to lift the visiting Wildcats over the Falcons in a nonleague game.

Ben Seaman scored 23 and Jacob Sivonen 21 to lead Hanford, and Grant Mickelson added 16. Scott led all scorers with 26 points.

“We did a lot of good things tonight and just did not finish,” said Hanford coach Paul Mayer. “Scott could really shoot it, and we just didn’t get out on him at the end.”

MT. SPOKANE — Cam Scott 26, Moran 10, Stevens, Hicks 7, Stiles 16, McCollough 4, Verret, Preston 6, Krantz 10. Totals 25-66 18-22 79.

HANFORD — Ben Seaman 23, Watson 6, Heiman, Heid 3, Sivonen 21, Skinner 4, Sutey 5, Mickelson 16. Totals 25-58 22-32 78.

Mt. Spokane 16 12 17 26 8 — 79

Hanford 16 15 18 22 7 — 78

Moses Lake 78, Pasco 77: Devauriay Robinson scored a game-high 33 points for the Bulldogs, but the Chiefs overcame a 15-point deficit to rack up a nonleague road win in Pasco.

“We would have loved to have this one going into league play,” Bulldogs coach Charlie Villanueva said. “We played a heck of a first half, but for some reason, our defensive intensity dropped off in the second and third quarter.”

Cesar Sandoval led the Chiefs with 20 points, going 9-for-9 from the field and 1-for-1 from the free throw line.

MOSES LAKE — Derek Martinez 13, Cesar Sandoval 20, Nick Sutherland 8, Thomas 6, Gonzalez 7, Tyson Karstetter 19, Hohman 5, Chavez, Hirz. Totals 29-57 11-26 78.

PASCO — Jesus Razo 14, Isaiah Groce 11, Christian Young 10, Devauriay Robinson 33, Correa 2, Wallwork 2, King 5, Gutierrez. Totals 20-56 16-27 77.

Moses Lake 13 16 27 22 — 78

Pasco 16 28 19 14 — 77

Highlights — Young 8 rebs; Correa 8 assists.

Ferris 71, Chiawana 41: Brandon Mendoza scored nine points, and Victor Koval had eight rebounds and five blocks, but the host Riverhawks just didn’t have enough firepower to hang with the unbeaten Saxons in a nonleaguer.

FERRIS — Matt Belles 19, Butte 6, Mona-Smith 14, Christy 6, Arguinchona 3, Benzel 7, Carstetter 2, Linnell 1, Rye 13. Totals 22-47 21-35 71.

CHIAWANA — Brandon Mendoza 9, Mitchell 6, Harris 4, Singleton 2, Dorton, Wren 6, Vivero 4, Koval 4, Henderson 5, Maughan 1. Totals 12-39 12-19 41

Ferris 18 17 17 19 — 71

Chiawana 13 11 6 11 — 41

Highlights — Benzel 9 rebs; Belles 5 stls; Victor Koval 8 rebs, 5 blks.

BATTLE GROUND 63, KAMIAKIN 44: Jamie Ford poured in 23 points to lead Battle Ground past Kamiakin at the SunDome in Yakima.

The Braves were held to just 14 points in the first half and could not make up ground in the final two quarters.

Kylle Robertson led Kamiakin (3-5) with 14 points and six rebounds.

BATTLE GROUND — Jamie Ford 23, Moring, D.Ford 8, Johnson 10, Cahoon 8, Lemar 7, Smith 5, O’Hanlon 2. Totals 22-43 11-20 63.

KAMIAKIN — Kylle Robertson 14, Joseph 2, Nelson, Holle 9, Petsch 10, Bayless 3, Gurney 4, Fowler 2, Brimmer. Totals 14-34 11-17 44.

Battle Ground 11 20 12 20 — 63

Kamiakin 5 9 10 20 — 44

Highlights — Robertson 6 rebs.

Clarkston 72, Walla Walla 54: Gabe Porter scored 18 points and Eric Klicker added 14 and four rebounds, but Wa-Hi had trouble slowing down a good Clarkston team in the championship of the Avista Holiday Tournament at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston.

“It was a pretty good tournament, a nice venue, a good place to play,” said Blue Devils coach John Golden. “We just ran into a pretty darn good team.”

CJ Johnson scored 19 points to lead Clarkston.

WALLA WALLA — Gabe Porter 18, Gogl 2, Steele 4, Klicker 14, Locati 2, Lake 8, Harvey, Handcox 6, Sumerlin, Giles. Totals 18-37 15-18 54.

CLARKSTON — CJ Johnson 19, Kage Sobotta 16, Blunt 4, D. Sabotta 4, Adams 5, Allen 5, Dwyer, Sperry 9, Holman 8, Sanders 2. Totals 28-45 9-14 72.

Walla Walla 10 11 17 16 — 54

Clarkston 22 18 22 10 — 72

Highlights — Eric Klicker 4 rebs; Dylan Steele 3 asts.

Kiona-Benton 43, Adna 35: Alex Ramirez scored 11 points and Darrel Wheeler added nine and nine rebounds as the Bears capped their trip to the Chelan Holiday Tournament with a win over the Pirates.

Ramirez also had six steals for Ki-Be, which limted Adna to just 20 points through three quarters.

KIONA-BENTON — Alex Ramirez 11, Jensen 6, Williams, Garcia 7, Torres 5, Manley 5, Ferguson, Neer, Wheeler 9.

ADNA — Jordan Richardson 8, Olson 2, Hampton 2, Trotter 4, Rigdon 6, Wagner 2, Moon 7, Rodas 4, Kaech, Latimor.

Kiona-Benton 7 11 11 14 — 43

Adna 2 12 6 15 — 35

Highlights — Darrel Wheeler 9 rebs; Ramirez 6 stls.

Columbia-Burbank 69, White Swan 48: Chris Ryckman continued to have the hot hand for the Coyotes with 29 points in the nonleague home win.

Ryckman, who scored 26 points the previous night, scored 16 points in the first quarter and almost singlehandedly outscored White Swan in the first half — 20-19.

“We held them to six points (in the first quarter), and inbetween the great offfense we played pretty solid defense too,” Burbank coach Todd Schumacher said. “That stage was set in the first quarter for a pretty good night.”

Tim Ellis scored seven of his nine points in the first quarter as CB jumped out to a 27-6 lead and was up by as many as 34 points during the game.

WHITE SWAN — D. Rivera 18, Andy 1, Huereca 2, Alec 1, Picard 2, Shavehead 8, Lewis 12, Wyena 4.

BURBANK — Chris Ryckman 29, McBride 7, Chism, Wattenburger, Balch 4, Mejia 5, Boulds 4, Romm 6, Brown 3, Ellis 9, Sorbel 2.

White Swan 6 14 8 20 — 48

Burbank 27 11 18 13 — 69

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