Roundup: Kennewick, Hanford bowling on to state

January 29, 2014 

The Kennewick and Hanford girls bowling teams finished 1-2 at the District 3A/2A/1A Tournament at Spare Time Lanes in Kennewick, both teams earning state 2A/3A tournament berths in University Place next week.

The Lions finished with 3,739 pins and were led by senior Nadine Bare’s 553 series.

“We were excited that hte team came together,” said Kennewick coach Oscar Garnica. “They really worked well together today. Now we need to keep the momentum going next week for state.”

The Falcons finished second with 3,645 pins, with Kendal Saueressig’s 536 series leading the way.

The state tournament is set for Narrows Plaza Bowl and begins at 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 6.

At Spare Time Lanes, Kennewick

Teams qualifying for state — Kennewick, Hanford.

Individuals qualifying for state — Blaire Crutchley, WV; Mikayla Ball, Selah; Summer Himrod, WV; Heidi Zaragoza, WV.

Team scores — 1. Kennewick 3,739 pins; 2. Hanford 3,645; 3. West Valley (Yakima) 3,429; 4. Selah 3,047.

Scratch — Game 1: Kennewick 880 (Savanna Jones 187, Marta Schuldheisz 150, Dacicee Singer 138, Ruby Mettling 193, Nadine Bare 212), Hanford 754 (Megan Bean 116, Amanda Knowles 147, Robin Hansen 146, Cathrine Robertshaw 156, Kendral Saueressig 189); West Valley 754 (Heidi Zaragoza 152, Dori Bird 129, Amanda Selberg 106, Summer Himrod 183, Blaire Crutchley 184); Selah 673 (Faith Wendelken 118, Maggie Cox 122, Katlyn Dexter 149, Rayann Davis 124, Mikayla Ball 160).

Game 2: Kennewick 861 (Jones 157, Schuldheisz 192, Singer 188, Mettling 165, Bare 159), Hanford 837 (Bean 166, Knowles 124, Hansen 167, Robertshaw 195, Saueressig 185); West Valley 783 (Zaragoza 161, Selberg 103, Himrod 166, Crutchley 195, Beathanee Timmerman 158); Selah 730 (Wendelken 110, Cox 114, Dexter 146, Davis 172, Ball 188).

Game 3: Kennewick 854 (Jones 129, Schuldheisz 180, Singer 170, Mettling 193, Bare 182); Hanford 848 (Bean 152, Knowles 199, Hansen 201, Robertshaw 134, Saueressig 162); West Valley 823 (Zaragoza 172, Selberg 166, Himrod 159, Crutchley 201, Timmerman 125); Selah 693 (Wendelken 149, Cox 113, Dexter 101, Davis 130, Ball 200).

Baker — Game 1: Kenn 160, Han 159, WV 155, Sel 116.

Game 2: Han 170, Kenn 160, Sel 124, WV 123.

Game 3: Han 179, WV 178, Kenn 166, Sel 132.

Game 4: Han 192, Kenn 177, Sel 155, WV 155.

Game 5: Kenn 183, Han 173, Sel 158, WV 131.

Game 6: WV 158, Han 151, Sel 150, Kenn 131.

Game 7: Han 182, WV 169, Kenn 167, Sel 116.

Gymnastics

Kamiakin wins meet: Braves senior Danielle Brandon won the all-around with a total of 36.075 to win a Mid-Columbia Conference meet against Southridge and Hanford.

Team scores—1. Kamiakin, 164.125; 2. Southridge, 145.9; 3. Hanford, 34.0. All-around—1. Danielle Brandon, K, 36.075; 2. Saige Polanik, K, 34.3; 3. Kayla Lasater, Hanford, 34.0. Vault—1. Brandon, K, 9.125; 2. Alaina Pier, Southridge, 8.375; 3. Ellie Winsead, K, 8.35. Bars—1. Kiya Bjorge, Southridge, 9.2; 2. Polanik, 8.3; 3. Brandon, 7.9. Beam—1. Brandon, 9.6; 2. Bjorge, 9.5; 3. Polanik, 9.1. Floor—1. Brandon, 9.45; 2. Lasater, 9.15; 3. Polanik, 8.6.

Wrestling

Ephrata 52, Grandview 27: Diego Castaneda and Joesiah Saunders each won by pin for the Greyhounds, who still dropped a CWAC dual to the Tigers.

106—Marizza Birrueta, G, forfeit. *113—Fidel Medina, G, pin Rey Hernandez, :55. 120—Miguel Rodriguez, E, forfeit. 126—Carlos Flores, E, forfeit. 132—Jamail Bell-Earl, E, forfeit. 138—Diego Castaneda, G, pin Dalton Johnson, 1:35. 145—Stevie Rodriguez, G, dec. Nik Wall, 10-4. 152—Joesiah Saunders, G, pin Julian Adame, 1:24. 160—Bryce Unruh, E, maj. dec. Brandon Marquez, 9-0. 170—Dalton Balentine, E, forfeit. 182—David Swenson, E, forfeit. 195—Isaac Garcia, E, forfeit. 220—Julio Maceda, E, forfeit. 285—Tyrus Kemp, E, pin Juan Dominguez, :26.

Late Tuesday

Boys basketball

Kiona-Benton 50, River View 47 (OT): Raymond Torres scored 18 points to lift the Bears to an SCAC East overtime win over the visiting Panthers.

Ronnie Cooper led River View with 19 points.

RIVER VIEW — Ronnie Cooper 19, Simpson 2, Brown 4, Herrera, Williamson 5, Hand 3, Rogers 6, Jaramillo 8.

KIONA-BENTON — Raymond Torres 18, Jensen 5, Williams 2, Garcia 11, Manley 6, Neer, Wheeler 8.

River View 10 8 10 10 9 — 47

Kiona-Benton 5 12 11 10 12 — 50

Highlights — Derrel Wheeler 14 rebs (6 offensive), 4 blocks; Torres 3 steals.

Burbank 58, SSC 44: Chris Ryckman led all scorers with 18 points as the Coyotes forced 24 turnovers in a nonleague road win over the Knights.

COLUBMIA-BURBANK — McBride 9, Chism 8, Wattenberger 2, Balch 2, Mejia, Boulds 6, Romm 2, Brown, Ellis 7, Sorbel 4, Chris Ryckman 18.

SSC — Broersma 4, Martin 5, Hoff 7, Gamboa, Brant Bosma 12, Faber 2, Cervantes 3, Scheenstra 11.

Columbia-Burbank 14 11 15 18 — 58

Sunnyside Christian 6 9 11 19 — 44

Highlights — SSC 24 turnovers.

Warden 50, Wahluke 44 (OT): Nate Cole led all scorers with 16 points, lifting the Cougars to an SCAC East home win over the Warriors in overtime.

Alan Caro topped Wahluke with 12 points.

WAHLUKE — Ahmann 9, Barajas 4, Ramos 2, Onofre 7, Ponce, Abarca, Alan Caro 12, Jose Espindola 10.

WARDEN — Kisler 8, Nate Cole 16, Haynes, Ibarra, Shuler 5, Mikkelson 9, DePlus 10, Gonzalez 2.

Wahluke 8 11 15 6 4 — 44

Warden 6 13 11 10 10 — 50

Highlights — Mikkelson 12 rebs; Gonzalez 12 rebs.

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