Girls basketball: Hanford, Walla Walla win

January 22, 2014 

Colette Gall led visiting Hanford with 25 points on 11-for-18 shooting (including 3-for-3 from the 3-point line) and had 14 rebounds to lead the visiting Hanford girls basketball team over Pasco 63-45 in a Mid-Columbia Conference matchup on Tuesday.

Annabel Perez had 12 points for the Bulldogs.

HANFORD — Stewart 4, Deichman, Hall 5, Shintaffer 6, Bingham 1, Tan 3, Thompson 9, Foraker 2, Harris 2, Winsor 4, Colette Gall 25. Totals 24-62 8-14 63.

PASCO — Lopez 6, G.Gonzalez, B.Gonzalez 8, Annabel Perez 12, Martinez 7, J.Perez 4, Valle 8. Totals 16-61 9-15 45.

Hanford 14 20 16 13 — 63

Pasco 12 9 8 16 — 45

Highlights — Gall 14 rebounds, 11-for-18 shooting; Valle 9 rebounds; Lopez 7 rebounds.

WALLA WALLA 69, SOUTHRIDGE 38: Mikayla Ferenz scored a game-high 25 points, had seven assists and six steals as host Walla Walla routed Southridge in an MCC game.

Maddy Sirmon added 17 points and 10 rebounds for the Blue Devils, while Madi Doepker also had a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds.

Shyler Sullivan led Southridge with 10 points.

SOUTHRIDGE — Harris 2, Haberling 5, Edwards 4, McNeill 7, Shyler Sullivan 10, Saunders, McKenzie 8, Wormington 2. Totals 16-51 5-12 38.

WALLA WALLA — Hodnefield, Davis 4, Kennedy 6, Molitor, McDaniels, Mikayla Ferenz 25, Sirmon 17, Doepker 12, Patton, Kate Ferenz 5. Totals 27-50 9-12 69.

Southridge 8 9 9 12 — 38

Walla Walla 18 11 26 14 — 69

Highlights — Sirmon 10 rebounds; Doepker 10 rebounds; M. Ferenz 7 assists, 6 steals.

Umatilla 30, River View 29: McKenzie Smith scored nine points to lead the visiting Panthers, who let a 21-15 lead after three quarters get away.

RIVER VIEW — Wilhelm 3, Vasquez 2, Munson 7, Sakota, Smith 9, Portos 5, Walker, Dickinson 1, Williamson, Washington 2, Gallegos.

River View 6 7 8 8 — 29

Umatilla 4 3 8 15 — 30

Lind-Ritzville 48, Warden 47: Sydney Nelson scored off an inbound play with just 10 seconds left, lifting the Broncos to a nonleague road win over the Cougars.

Brenna Whitney, BryLee Whitney and Aaliyah Enriquez combined for 38 of Warden’s 48 points.

LIND-RITZVILLE — Ziemer 2, York 4, Killian 4, Kessler 9, Swannack 6, Tessa Jantz 15, Nelson 8.

WARDEN — Caballero 2, BryLee Whitney 12, Brenna Whitney 14, Kisler 5, Landeros 2, Aaliyah Enriquez 12, Pruneda, Guerra, Burkholder.

Lind-Ritzville 14 11 12 11 — 48

Warden 12 12 12 11 — 47

WAHLUKE 34, KITTITAS 28: Maripaz Olivarez scored 14 points to lead host Wahluke to a nonleague win over Kittitas, the Warriors’ first win of the season.

KITTITAS — Rachel Baker 16, Annie Stickney 10, Graham 2.

WAHLUKE — Maripaz Olivarez 14, L.Ramirez 7, Nava 6, R.Ramirez 2, Torres 2, Guzman 1.

Kittitas 9 9 1 9 — 28

Wahluke 7 5 13 9 — 34

SUNNYSIDE CHRISTIAN 70, BICKLETON 18: Stormee VanBelle scored a game-high 21 points as visiting Sunnyside Christian beat Bickleton in a Columbia Gorge 1B game.

SUNNYSIDE CHRISTIAN — Stormee VanBelle 21, Williams 2, Harrington, Brouwer 5, Dalrymple 5, denHoed 3, Banks 15, B.Broersma 12, K.Broersma 7.

BICKLETON — Kira Harvey 6, Cannon 2, Brown 3, Lindsley, O’Bannion, Whitmore, Hanson, Delbrook, Cardenas 2, Goodnight 2, Macias, Alexander 3.

Sunnyside Christian 26 17 14 13 — 70

Bickleton 2 10 6 0 — 18

Highlights — Lindsay Brown 7 blocked shots; Jayce Alexander 6 rebounds.

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