The Columbia Basin College women’s basketball team completed a three-game weekend sweep at the Shoreline Crossover by topping Southwestern Oregon 74-35 on Sunday, capping a stretch of outstanding play on both sides of the ball.
In an idiosyncratically balanced scoring effort, Catherine Baham led three Hawks in double-digits with 15 points against the Lakers. The freshman forward out of Wasilla, Alaska, was CBC’s high-scorer in all three games at the crossover despite never scoring more than 16.
CBC (7-4) didn’t give up more than 35 points in a game over the weekend, as it beat Highline 73-33 on Friday and a Shoreline All-Star club 67-35 on Saturday.
WALLA WALLA MEN 86, SW OREGON 85: Richland grad Landon Radliff scored a game-high 31 points, including two 3-pointers and a pair of free throws in the final 3 minutes, to lead the Warriors to victory at Edmonds CC.
Brandon Porter added 20 points for Walla Walla (9-1), and Jake Albright had a double-double off the bench with 10 points and 10 rebounds.
On Saturday, Radliff dropped 38 points to lead the Warriors past Green River, 101-67.
WALLA WALLA WOMEN 82, PENINSULA 52: Cierra Jo McKeown (Touchet) hit 7 of 11 3-pointers to score a game-high 29 points and lead the Warriors to their third straight win at the Centralia Crossover, pushing their East-region leading record to 10-1.
Walla Walla took down Mt. Hood 86-49 on Saturday and host Centralia 59-47 on Friday.
LANE 90, COLUMBIA BASIN 84: Kason Blaire hit seven 3-pointers for 26 points and Mikey Hernandez added 20, but the Hawks couldn’t rally from an eight-point halftime deficit at Skagit Valley CC.
Keaton McKay led Lane with a whopping 32 points.