Saturday girls basketball roundup: Wa-Hi beats Hanford

January 25, 2014 

Kate and Mikayla Ferenz and Madi Doepker all had 15 points in leading the Walla Walla girls basketball team to a 57-41 home basketball win over Hanford in Mid-Columbia Conference action Saturday.

Collette Gall led Hanford with 15 points, while Ashley Stewart added 12 points.

Hanford — Foraker, Windsor, Bingham 1, Hall 2, Harris 2, Thompson 4, Shintaffer 5, Stewart 12, Collette Gall 15. Totals 16-53 6-10 41.

Walla Walla — Molitor, McDaniels 2, Sirmon 2, Hodnefield 8, Kate Ferenz 15, Mikayla Ferenz 15, Madi Doepker 15. Totals 20-44 13-14 57.

Hanford 7 10 15 9 — 41

Walla Walla 14 16 9 18 — 57

Highlights — Madi Doepker 13 rebs.

Chiawana 75, Southridge 19: Delaney Hodgins scored 14 points and Darbi Pink added 12, and the host Riverhawks limited the Suns to 11 percent shoot (6-for-55).

SOUTHRIDGE — Kaitlyn Wormington 5, Harris 4, Edwards 2, Sullivan 4, McKenzie 4, Hunting, Haberling, McNeill, Saunders. Totals 6-55 7-10 19.

CHIAWANA — Delaney Hodgins 14, Logozzo 2, Alferness 6, B. Hodgins 11, Sullivan 2, Roach 2, Cartwright 5, Gonzales 11, Winchester 10, Pink 12. Totals 26-50 11-15 75.

Southridge 2 11 4 2 — 19

Chiawana 21 16 25 13 — 75

Richland 60, Kennewick 45: Hailey Turner had 16 points and 16 rebounds, and Kayla Catone led all scorers with 17 points as the Bombers topped visiting Lions in an MCC matchup.

Hannah Templeton led Kennewick with 16 points.

KENNEWICK — Osmundson 2, Fiander 2, Hannah Templeton 16, Zoey Garcia 11, Silguero 3, Brasher-Norwood 9. Totals 16-61 9-14 45.

RICHLAND — McCormick 8, Kayla Catone 17, Perry, Kamri Von Oelhoffen 13, hiller, Corrigan 6, Bower, Hailey Turner 16. Totals 22-66 15-20 60.

Kennewick 11 18 5 11 — 45

Richland 16 18 8 18 — 60

Highlights — Hayley Turner 16 rebs; Corrigan 9 rebs, 3 assists; Von Oelhoffen 7 rebs, 3 steals; Norwood 11 rebs; Osmundsen 8 rebs.

Sunnyside 64, Eastmont 37: Vanessa Alvarez and Emily Maldonado combined for 25 points to anchor the Grizzlies’ easy CBBN win over the visiting Wildcats.

EASTMONT — Rookard 3, Moss 2, Schroeder 4, Boatright 4, White 6, Buterbaugh 8, Lavagaino 3, Donaldson 4.

SUNNYSIDE — Vanessa Alvarez 13, Hazzard 2, Trevino 3, Bazan 9, Salmaron 1, Ruvalcaba 2, Emily Maldonado 12, Mendoza 2, Rodriguez 9, Perez 9.

Eastmont 9 6 4 18 — 37

Sunnyside 24 10 18 12 — 64

PROSSER 45, EPHRATA 41: Kassidy Durbin scored 9 points, and Cheyenne Silva had 8 points and eight rebounds, as host Prosser beat Ephrata in a CWAC contest.

EPHRATA — Hillard 1, Woods 16, Stucky, Youngers, Hendrickson, Sage 13, Vanatta 11, Jacobson.

PROSSER — Boyle 3, Kassidy Durbin 9, Carillo 5, Meirndorf 4, Lusk 5, Silva 8, Haringa, Duncan 8, Johnson, Roberts 6.

Ephrata 10 7 12 12 — 41

Prosser 13 9 14 9 — 45

Highlights — Cheyenne Silva 8 rebounds; Carillo 7 rebounds.

Grandview 53, Othello 34: The Greyhounds led from the get-go, getting 14 points from Marissa Caballero and 12 apiece from Samantha Grove and Breanna Lopez in a CWAC road win over the Huskies.

GRANDVIEW — Breanna Lopez 12, Schafer 7, Ponce 3, Hall 2, Medina, Caballero 14, Samantha Grove 12, Dohan, Mella, Swearingen 3, Parrish.

OTHELLO — Hadassi Valdez 8, Garza 6, Alvarez 1, Franco 5, Randolph, Rodriguez, Andersen 6, B.Fleshman, Holly Fleshman 8.

Grandview 11 15 16 11 — 53

Othello 5 14 2 13 — 34

Highlights — Alvarez 11 rebs.

CONNELL 47, Columbia-Burbank 44: Kassin Hopkins scored 12 points with seven rebounds and four assists to lead the Eagles to an SCAC East win over the visiting Coyotes.

Burbank — Aguilar 5, Aune, Roberts 6, Magallon 6, Idler 6, Julie Mosqueda 15, Holst 4, Ricard 2.

Connell — Hawkins 4, Booker 5, Clawson 3, Vickerman 7, Kroongje 4, Zuniga, Shelby English 10, Wallin 2, Kassin Hopkins 12.

Burbank 13 15 8 8 — 44

Connell 8 19 9 11 — 47

Highlights — Hopkins 7 rebs, 4 assists; Kylie Booker 7 rebs; English 6 rebs, 4 steals.

River View 64, Warden 38: The Panthers trailed by one at the half with just 20 points but tripled their scoring output in the second half, cruising to an SCAC East win at home.

McKenzie Smith led River View with 17 points and 11 rebounds.

WARDEN — L.Pruneda, E.Pruneda, Caballero, Guerra, Brylee Whitney 11, Breanna Whitney 12, Kisler 9, Landeros 2, Enriques 2.

RIVER VIEW — Katie Wilhelm 14, Vasquez 9, Monson 3, Sakota, McKenzie Smith 17, Portos 2, Walker, Dickinson 4, Williamson, Washington 8, Gallegos 7.

Warden 10 11 7 10 — 38

River View 11 9 21 23 — 64

Highlights — Smith 11 rebs; Portos 11 rebs; Washington 8 rebs; Dickinson 7 assists.

Royal 59, Wahluke 47: The Knights trailed 15-14 after one quarter but outscored the Warriors 45-32 over the final 24 minutes.

Kayla Smith scored a game-high 15 points to lead four Royal players in double figures.

ROYAL — Flor Araujo 12, Kailee Harris 10, Jacky Guararrama 10, Hebdon 9, Kayla Smith 15, Ledezma 3.

WAHLUKE — Torres 2, Maripaz Olivarez 10, Guzman 4, Lily Ramirez 10, Hernandez 4, Nava 6, Rebecca Ramirez 11.

Royal 14 20 14 11 — 59

Wahluke 15 9 4 19 — 47

TC Prep 53, Asotin 43: Devin Hirsch and Corinne Barnett combined for 35 points and 18 rebounds, lifting the Jaguars to a Southeast 2B home win over the Panthers.

ASOTIN — Maci Hunter 6, Sam Nichols 5, Sara Nichols 7, Skyler Smith 1, Shanndyn Fyant 8, Brielle Whittaker 7, Payton Weakland 8.

TC PREP — Francine Lahoz 4, Victoria Vargas 10, Devin Hirsch 19, Slahatasky 5, Corinne Barnett 16, Ghirardo, McLane, Armijo, Cuevas, Martinez.

Asotin 8 3 14 18 — 43

Tri-Cities Prep 15 15 7 17 — 53

Highlights — Hirsch 5 rebs, 3 assists; Vargas 6 rebs, 5 steals; Barnett 13 rebs, 4 blocks; Emma Slahatasky 6 rebs.

Colton 63, LC 30: The Patriots took the Southeast 1B road loss to the five-time defending state champion Wildcats but took solace in outscoring them 18-17 in the second half.

Jane Mosler led Colton with 28 points, and Wynter Greeno paced the Pats with nine points and 12 rebounds.

LIBERTY CHRISTIAN — Croskrey 5, Kelly, Bush 3, Souve 2, Loera 7, Montieth 4, Wynter Greeno 9.

COLTON — Jane Mosler 28, Z.Moser 11, Meyer, Jacobs 3, Schultheis, Brussel, Kramer 6, Devorak 2, Warner 9, Young 2.

Liberty Christian 9 3 11 7 — 30

Colton 28 18 11 6 — 63

Highlights — Greeno 12 rebs; Sarah Croskrey 3 steals; Rayleigh Montieth 5 rebs. Trout Lake 55, Bickleton 27: Caitlin Scott scored a game-high 27 points to lift the Mustangs to a Greater Columbia Gorge road win over the Pirates.

TROUT LAKE — Caitlin Scott 27, C.Mendoza, Logan 4, Ozkan 4, Baker 13, Wurtz 7, Nakazawa, See, P.Mendoza, Painter.

BICKLETON — Lacy Cannon 6, J.C. Alexander 6, Brown 2, Lindsley, Obannion, Whitmore 2, Hanson, Delbrook, Cardenas 2, Goodnight 4, Macias, Harvey 5.

Trout Lake 10 8 18 19 — 55

Bickleton 4 6 15 2 — 27

Highlights — Heather Goodnight 7 rebs; Katrina Cardenas 3 steals.

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