Saturday boys basketball roundp: Richland beats Kennewick

January 25, 2014 

Payton Radliff poured in 23 points as the Richland Bombers boys basketball team remained undefeated on the season with a 94-69 Mid-Columbia Conference home win over Kennewick on Saturday night.

Despite the 25-point win, Richland coach Earl Streufert wasn’t entirely please with his team.

“Defensively, we were atrocious in the third quarter,” Streufert said. “We didn’t play with a lot of effort and we got outscored 20-14. Offensively, we did some good things.”

Nathan Streufert added 20 points and 20 rebounds, while Drew McCullough chipped in 17 points.

Mitchel Mueller led the Lions with 15 points, while Alex Garcia added 13.

KENNEWICK — Garcia 13, J.Wuol 7, Mueller 15, Fernandez, Kutzke, DeWitt 2, Molnaa, D.Plew 6, Tennancour 8, C.Plew 8, Vargas 6, Y.Wuol 4. Totals 26-61 8-14 69.

RICHLAND— DeVries 11, Torres, Nelson, McCullough 17, Perry 5, Beo 5, Payton Radliff 23, Leahy 10, Streufert 20, Ch.Miller, Ca.Miller 5. Totals 33-68 16-26 94.

Kennewick 14 17 20 18 — 69

Richland 29 27 14 24 — 94

Walla Walla 65, Hanford 42: Gabe Porter scored 15 of his 19 points in the third quarter alone, and Ross Lake led all scorers with 20 points as the Blue Devils beat the visiting Falcons in an MCC matchup.

“We had a good first half, but we started hitting some shots in the second half,” Wa-Hi coach John Golden said. “Lake has been playing really well for us. He’s been a real contributor.”

The Blue Devils led 21-19 at the half but outscored Hanford 25-11 in the third quarter to pull away. Lake added eight rebounds to lead Walla Walla.

Kendall Watson and Jacob Sivonen paced the Falcons with nine points apiece.

Watson chipped in six rebounds and four assists.

HANFORD — Taylor 3, Mickelson 5, Kendall Watson 9, Heiman, Seaman 5, Heid 4, Hannu 6, Jacob Sivonen 9, Sutey, Kev.Skinner 1. Totals 16-45 3-4 42.

WALLA WALLA — Gogle, Steele 2, Klicker 6, Gabe Porter 19, Locati 6, Barker, Ross Lake 20, Little 2, Harvey 6, Handcox 2, Sumerlin, Giles 2. Totals 29-55 3-7 65.

Hanford 7 12 11 12 — 42

Walla Walla 11 10 25 19 — 65

Highlights — Lake 8 rebs; Watson 6 rebs, 4 assists; Klicker 4 assists, 3 steals.

Chiawana 65, Southridge 59: Deion Singleton scored 17 points, grabbed nine rebounds and made three steals as the Riverhawks beat the Suns in Pasco to record their fourth win in the last five games.

Gabe Vorheis scored a game-high 18 points for the Suns, which trailed 32-23 at the half.

SOUTHRIDGE — Thomas 4, Howard, Getchell 14, Pitt 8, Molt 5, Gabe Vorheis 18, Crider, Schafer 10. Totals 19-46 18-26 59.

CHIAWANA — Mitchell 2, Harris 1, Deion Singleton 17, Dorton 4, Wren 12, Mendoza 8, Koval 13, Henderson 8. Totals 23-59 17-25 65.

Southridge 16 7 17 19 — 59

Chiawana 16 16 14 19 — 65

Highlights — Schafer 8 rebs; Vorheis 7 rebs; Pitt 4 steals; Getchell 3 steals; Koval 12 rebs; Singleton 9 rebs, 3 steals.

Ephrata 60, Prosser 33: Riley Pheasant scored 15 points to lead all scorers, lifting the Tigers over the host Mustangs in a CWAC matchup.

Trino Flores led Prosser with nine points.

EPHRATA — Riley Pheasant 15, Ball 6, Blankenship 7, Johnson 3, Burleson 7, Laird 6, Dehoog 4, Christensen 3, Benthem 9, Clark, Monson.

PROSSER — Jensen 7, Kooper Blair 4, Trino Flores 9, Jones 4, Kasen Blair 7, Sanders 2, Cox, Schutt, Blakeney, Hernandez.

Ephrata 14 12 21 13 — 60

Prosser 13 10 4 6 — 33

Highlights — Streufert 20 rebs, Jacob DeVries 6 assists.

Burbank 44, Connell 40: Chris Ryckman scored eight of his game-high 14 points in the fourth quarter as the Coyotes exploded over the final eight minutes to pull out an SCAC East road win.

Burbank trailed until the final minute and had scored just 24 points through three quarters before erupting for 20 as the team’s press finally started paying dividends.

Hyatt Balch scored five of his seven points in the final frame, including a tip-in and foul shot with eight seconds left to seal the victory.

BURBANK — Chris Ryckman 14, Ellis 2, Romm 9, Boulds 3, Mejia, Balch 7, Wattenburger 6, McBride 3.

CONNELL — Mack Hopkins 9, Taylor 2, Li 8, Peterson, Erickson 5, Merrill 8, Huber 6, Holst 2.

Burbank 6 9 9 20 — 44

Connell 11 13 11 5 — 40

RIVER VIEW 50, WARDEN 36: Cody Hand (17 points and 13 rebounds) and Dakota Rogers (10 and 10) each had double-doubles to lead host River View over Warden in an SCAC East game.

Mario Jaramillo came off the bench to sink three treys and score 11 points for the Panthers.

WARDEN — Kisler 7, Nate Cole 12, Haynes 6, Ibarria 3, Mikkelson, Shuler, Deplus 6, Gonzalez 2.

RIVER VIEW — Simpson 2, Brown 2, Herrera 3, Hendrickson, Willikamson, Serven, Cody Hand 17, Cooper 7, Rogers 10, Jaramillo 11.

Warden 7 9 11 9 — 36

River View 13 13 10 14 — 50

Highlights — Cody Hand 13 rebounds; Terran Brown 8 assists; Dakota Rogers 10 rebounds; Mario Jaramillo 3 treys.

WAHLUKE 72, ROYAL 47: The Warriors jumped out to a 23-6 lead after the first quarter and cruised to an SCAC victory over the Knights in Mattawa.

Oscar Onofre poured in 21 points to lead Wahluke, while Aaron Johnson had 26 points for Royal.

ROYAL — Chase 4, Walz, Christianson, Aaron Johnson 26, Lefler 9, Teddy 6, Jenks, Hernandez 2, Christianson, Strickland.

WAHLUKE — Ahmann, Barajas 10, Ramos 4, Oscar Onofre 21, Ponce 2, Abarca 6, Caro 13, Espindola 10.

Royal 6 18 11 12 — 47

Wahluke 23 18 16 15 — 72

TRI-CITIES PREP 54, ASOTIN 41: Asotin took a 13-7 lead after the first period, but it was all Jaguars from there as Tri-Cities Prep rallied for a Southeast 2B victory in Pasco.

Prep’s 6-foot-4 junior post Dane Peterson had 14 points, 14 rebounds, four blocks and four steals, while Jorge Guajardo had 15 points.

Dayton Krull led the Panthers with 12 points.

ASOTIN — Weakland, Daily 3, Bl.Magnuson 3, Wise 3, Martinez, Madden 10, Dayton Krull 12, Be.Magnuson 2, Trimmell 6, Slaybaugh, Watson.

TRI-CITIES PREP — Jorge Guajardo 15, Perez 13, Nelson, Montelongo 2, Dane Peterson 14, Loftus, Powers, Ghirardo 4, Cole, Versteeg 6.

Asotin 13 11 11 6 — 41

Tri-Cities Prep 7 13 16 18 — 54

Highlights — Peterson 14 rebs, 4 blocks, 4 steals.

BICKLETON 34, TROUT LAKE 29: Nathan Powers had 12 points and five rounds to lead the Pirates to a Columbia Gorge win over visiting Trout Lake.

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