Girls basketball: Richland High eliminates Pasco with 93-62 win

February 11, 2014 

MCC mid columbia conference basketball

Richland's Kennedy Corrigan cuts through Pasco's defense for two on Tuesday as the Bombers hosted Pasco, winning 93-62 and eliminating Pasco from the 4A District 5 Tournament.

KAI-HUEI YAU — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

The Richland High girls team nearly outdid its highscoring boys counterparts Tuesday, rolling over Pasco High 93-62 in the first round of the Class 4A District 5 tournament at Art Dawald Gymnasium.

Hailey Turner had 18 points, 11 rebounds and four assists to lead the Bombers (11-9), who ended Pasco’s season with the victory.

“We got them in a lot of different ways,” Richland coach Cindy McCoy said. “We were pushing the ball up the floor in some cases, running some set plays, and working the ball around in our motion offense. They were real relaxed.”

Richland had five players score in double figures, as Kamri Von Oelhoffen added 17, Kennedy Corrigan had 16, Kayla Catone 15 and Sarah McCormick 11.

Jay Martinez’s 21 points and nine rebounds led Pasco High (5-16).

Richland will play at Walla Walla at 6 p.m. Friday in another elimination game.

“We have to switch up defenses a lot,” McCoy said of their next opponent. “We need to not get tentative or play tentatively. That will be the biggest key we have.”

PASCO — Lopez, G. Gonzales, E. Gonzales 3, Perez 19, A. Perez 3, Jay Martinez 21, J. Perez, Ayala 3, Valle 13. Totals 20-54 13-23 62.

RICHLAND — McCormick 11, Catone 15, Perry 3, Von Oelhoffen 17, Hiller, Kroll 1, Corrigan 16, Sorn 7 Bower 4, Turner 18. Totals 35-73 16-18 93.

Pasco 13 11 14 24 — 62

Richland 22 20 25 26 — 93

Highlights — Valle 9 rebounds; J. Martinez 9 rebounds; Hailey Turner 11 rebounds, 4 assists; Corrigan 8 rebounds, 4 steals; Giacorn 6 rebounds; Ally Perry 3 assists

Kamiakin 70, Hanford 63: Sira Toure scored 19 points, while Lindsey Schauble had 10 points and eight rebounds to lead the Braves to a regular-season closing Mid-Columbia Conference victory.

Kamiakin will be the No. 2 seed in the District 5/8 tournament next week, hosting the Greater Spokane League’s No. 3 seed in an elimination game Tuesday. Hanford will play at the GSL’s No. 2 seed, also in an elimination game.

Colette Gall had 20 points and nine rebounds to lead Hanford.

KAMIAKIN — Oord 2, T. Wellsandt 5, Crandall 6, Ellison 7, Miller 8, Schauble 10, M. Wellsandt 13, Sira Toure 19.

HANFORD — Bingham, Foraker, Hall 2, Thompson 4, Winsor 4, Stewart 10, Harris 10, Shintaffer 13, Colette Gall 20.

Kamiakin 19 11 16 24 — 70

Hanford 19 13 13 18 — 63

Highlights — Schauble 8 rebounds; Gall 9 rebounds.

Southridge 46, Kennewick 40: Shyler Sullivan’s 29 points and 14 rebounds led the host Suns to a regular-season closing Mid-Columbia Conference victory over the Lions.

The two teams will meet again at 6 p.m. Friday at Southridge in a District 5/8 tournament play-in game. The winner will play at the Greater Spokane League’s No. 1 seed next Tuesday in another elimination game.

Aspen Fiander’s 10 points led Kennewick.

KENNEWICK — Aspen Fiander 10, Osmunsdon 4, Templeton, Garcia 7, Silguero 7, Guich 6, Brasher-Norwood 6. Totals 13-62 10-19 40.

SOUTHRIDGE — Shyler Sullivan 29, Harris 6, Haberling, Edwards 5, Thomas, Saunders 2, Wormington 4. Totals 17-63 8-20 46.

Kennewick 7 15 7 11 — 40

Southridge 10 13 11 12 — 46

Highlights — Sullivan 14 rebounds, Nicole Edwards 13 rebounds.

Grandview 58, Prosser 42: Marissa Caballero scored 25 points to keep the Greyhounds’ playoff hopes alive with a regular-season closing CWAC home victory over the Mustangs.

Grandview is in a three-way tie with Toppenish and Selah for the final two playoff spots. The three teams will play a tie-breaker at 6 p.m. today at East Valley.

PROSSER — Boyle, K. Durbin 7, Carillo 6, Lusk, Silva 6, Haringa 10, S. Durbin 2, Johnson 2, Roberts 13, Meindorf 2.

GRANDVIEW — Lopez 2, Shafer 12, Pond 13, Hall 2, Medina, Marissa Caballero 25, Grove 1, Donan, Mejia, Swearingen 3, Parrish.

Prosser 19 5 13 5 — 42

Grandview 12 19 11 16 — 58

Selah 60, Othello 26: Rachel Nichols scored 10 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Huskies wrapped up their season with a CWAC home loss.

SELAH — O’Malley 2, Maclin 3, Hutt 2, Davis 20, Lanham, Smith 6, Wilkey 13, Jewel 2, Willis 13.

OTHELLO — Valdez 6, Garza, Franco 3, Randolph, Rodriguez, K. Andersen 2, B. Fleshman 2, Gonzales, T. Andersen 1, H. Fleshman 2, Rachel Nichols 10.

Selah 18 15 10 17 — 60

Othello 4 4 8 10 — 26

ROSALIA 66, LIBERTY CHRISTIAN 40: Bella Loera had 14 points and Raylene Monteith added 11 points and nine rebounds as the Patriots ended their season with a Southest 1B loss at Rosalia.

Wynter Greeno added eight points, 15 rebounds and three steals for Liberty Christian, which eneded the season with a 4-15 record.

Mackenzie Reddish led the Spartans with 28 points.

LIBERTY CHRISTIAN — Horne, Croskrey 6, Kelly 1, Bush, Soube, Peterson, Bella Loera 14, Roe, Monteith 11, Greeno 8.

ROSALIA — Frost 2, Merritt 4, St.Carouthers 8, Sh.Carouthers 2, Beach 8, Mackenzie Reddish 28, Hereford 2, Naught 6, Charles 4, Shrode 2.

Liberty Christian 13 10 8 9 — 40

Rosalia 19 15 15 17 — 66

Highlights — Raylene Montheith 9 rebs; Wynter Greeno 15 rebs, 3 steals, 2 blocks, 2 assists; Loera 4 rebs

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