Girls basketball: Winchester's double-double leads Riverhawks past Bulldogs

January 31, 2014 

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Pasco hosted Chiawana in the first game of a doubleheader on Friday, Jan. 31, losing 69-43.

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Kendra Winchester poured in 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead the Chiawana girls basketball team to a 69-43 Mid-Columbia Conference victory Friday at Pasco High.

The Riverhawks blew open a close game in the third quarter, outscoring the Bulldogs 23-3.

“We played pretty good in the first half,” Pasco coach Aaron Barcot said. “In the third quarter, I’ve never seen anything like it, we had 11 fouls in about six minutes. It really got away from us.”

Sierra Perez returned from injury to lead Pasco with 13 points, while senior Bibiana Gonzalez had eight points and six rebounds.

Delaney Hodgins added 20 points for the Riverhawks, while Molly Sullivan finished with 10 points.

CHIAWANA — Logozzo, Guzman, Delaney Hodgins 20, Alferness 1, B. Hodgins 6, Sullivan 10, Roach, Cartwright 2, Gonzales 3, Kendra Winchester 20, Pink 7.

PASCO — Lopez 2, M. Gonzalez, B. Gonzalez 8, Sierra Perez 13, Martinez 7, J. Perez, Ayala 2, Valle 5.

Chiawana 19 16 23 11 — 69

Pasco 11 8 3 21 — 43

Highlights — Winchester 13 rebounds, V. Conzales 6 rebounds.

WALLA WALLA 39, RICHLAND 33: Kate Ferenz scored 14 points and teammate Maddy Sirmon added 10 points and nine rebounds, as host Walla Walla beat Richland in a Mid-Columbia Conference game.

Hailey Turner led Richland with 10 points and nine rebounds.

RICHLAND — McCormick 2, Catone 9, Perry 3, Von Oelhoffen 2, Hiller, Corrigan 5, Sorn 2, Bower, Hailey Turner 10. Totals 14-48 2-4 33.

WALLA WALLA — Hodnefield 2, Davis 2, Kennedy, Molitor, McDaniels 2, Mi.Ferenz 9, Sirmon 10, Doepker, Patton, Kate Ferenz 14. Totals 18-44 0-0 39.

Richland 9 6 6 12 — 33

Walla Walla 10 13 11 5 — 39

Highlights — Turner 9 rebounds; Von Oelhoffen 6 rebounds; Sirmon 9 rebounds.

Sunnyside 72, Davis 55: Emily Maldonado scored 17 points and Jordan Rodriguez 16 to lead the Grizzlies to a Big Nine win at home.

DAVIS — Sydney Billups 15, Jenny Morales 15, Russell 1, Green 11, Gratton 3, Perez 10, Bradley, Marquez, Perry.

SUNNYSIDE — Emily Maldonado 17, Herrera 1, Alvarez 12, Bazan 7, Rubalcava 13, Mendoza 6, Jordan Rodriguez 16, Lua, Trevino, Perez.

Davis 14 8 17 16 — 55

Sunnyside 22 17 21 12 — 72

Selah 68, Grandview 66: Marissa Caballero had 28 points and seven assists, but it wasn’t enough as the Greyhounds dropped a CWAC home game.

Grandview led 52-43 after three quarters, but was outscored 25-14 in the final eight minutes to lose.

SELAH — O’Mally 3, Buckland 3, Hutt 1, Davis 16, Lanham 5, Smith 11, Wilkey 24, Jewett, Willis 5.

GRANDVIEW — Lopez 12, Shafer 15, Pond, Hall 4, Medina, Marissa Caballero 28, Grove 7, Mejia, Swearingen, Donan, Parrish.

Selah 15 14 14 25 — 68

Grandview 12 15 25 14 — 66

Highlights — Caballero 7 assists, Taylor Hall 4 rebounds, Jamila Shafer 3 rebounds, Samantha Grove 3 rebounds.

East Valley 53, Othello 17: The Huskies held an early lead after the first quarter before the host Red Devils flipped the switch and rolled to a CWAC victory.

OTHELLO — Valdez 4, Garza, Alvarez 1, Franco 5, Rodriguez, K. Anderson 3, B. Fleshman 4, Gonzales, A. Randolph, H. Fleshman.

EAST VALLEY — Sanchez, Blue 5, Meeks 1, Anderson 5, Garcia-Stubbs, Robertson, Carpenter 17, Rojas 5, Manrique 7, Chavis 8, Ramyne 5.

Othello 6 4 2 5 — 17

East Valley 4 17 16 16 — 53

Columbia (Burbank) 69, Royal 24: Rachel Roberts scored 10 points to lead the host Coyotes to an easy SCAC East win over the Knights.

The win combined with Connell’s win over Warden, sewed up a District 5 tournament spot for Columbia (Burbank), with three games left in the regular season.

ROYAL — Florin 2, Araujo 7, Harris 4, Guadarrama 3, Hedon 4, Lee 2, Smith 3, Ledesma.

COLUMBIA (BURBANK) — Ricard 6, Aguilar 2, Aune 9, Roberts 11, Ryckman 10, Magallon, Idler 10, Koopman 7, Mosqueda 10, Holst, Ellis 4.

Royal 7 4 6 7 — 24

Columbia (Burbank) 19 20 11 19 — 69

Kiona-Benton 70, Wahluke 38: Sabrina Acevedo’s 16 points led the Bears to an SCAC East road win in Mattaway.

Abby Pendergast added 11 points and Kayzin Holt had 12 for Kiona-Benton, which locked up a playoff spot earlier this week.

KIONA-BENTON — Holt 12, M. Calzadillas 8, Sabrina Acevedo 16, Pendergast 11, Thornton 3, Whitmore 6, Tiffany 4, Wallis 6, Smith 4.

WAHLUKE — Torres 4, Oliveras 5, Guzman 7, Lily Ramirez 17, Hernandez 2, Nava 1, R. Ramirez 2.

Kiona-Benton 11 19 13 26 — 70

Wahluke 12 7 8 11 — 38

Connell 61, Warden 20: Brittany Vickerman scored 19 points and dished out six assists to lead the Eagles to an SCAC East home win.

The win locked up a playoff spot for the Eagles, who can finish no worse than fourth place in the East. Connell can also still win the league title and that starts with a monster game at Kiona-Benton tonight. The Bears knocked off the Eagles in Connell earlier this season and have just one loss in league play.

WARDEN — Pruneda, Caballero, Guerra 2, Brylee Whitney 8, Bre. Whitney 5, Burkholder, Kisler 3, Enriquez 2.

CONNELL — Hopkins 5, Hawkins 8, S. Davidson 2, M. Davidson, Booker 4, Clawsin 2, Brittany Vickerman 19, Kroontje 7, Zuniga 3, English 4, Boyd 3, Wallin 4.

Warden 9 2 2 7 — 20

Connell 14 12 22 13 — 61

Highlights — Jessica Hawkins 7 rebounds, 4 steals; Kassin Hopkins 5 assists, 5 steals; Vickerman 6 assists, 3 steals.

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