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CBBN girls: Richland loses at Mead

SPOKANE -- Jazmine Redmon scored a game-high 17 points and Mead built a 29-20 halftime lead en route to a 55-45 first-round 4A Eastern Regional home win over Richland on Tuesday night.

The Bombers got within five in the fourth quarter before Mead put the game away.

"Mead is really athletic, and I don't think the girls were ready for what they brought in the first quarter," said Bombers coach Kristen Davis, whose team plays Central Valley in a loser-out game Friday at Toyota Center.

"I'm proud of how the girls responded. They showed a little toughness the last three quarters."

Jalyn Von Oelhoffen led Richland with 13 points, and Katie Mahoney added 11.

Mead 55, Richland 45

RICHLAND — Jalyn Von Oelhoffen 13, Machinal 6, Pringle, Caldwell 8, Sax 4, Ojeda 2, Mahoney 11, Coughanour 1. Totals 17-44 6-10 45.

MEAD — Jazmine Redmon 17, Ingebritsen 12, Hurley, Jumpermier 9, Lague 5, Pakootas 6, McPhee 2, Jad.Redmon 4. Totals 22-54 10-16 55.

Richland 10 10 8 17 — 45

Mead 17 12 9 17 — 55

Highlights — Megan Sax 7 rbs; Gina Ojeda 4 asts; Jaz.Redmon 7 rbs; Taylor Ingebritsen 7 rbs; Chenise Pakootas 7 rbs.

Wa-Hi 58, Central Valley 54

WALLA WALLA -- Sophomore Jamie Weisner, named the CBBN Cascade MVP on Monday, showed why down the stretch, scoring 12 of her career-high 34 points in the fourth quarter as Walla Walla pulled out a 4A Eastern Regional first-round win.

Weisner went 8-of-10 at the foul line in the fourth quarter and also grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds.

"CV sat in a 2-3 zone all game, and we were able to spread their zone out and then Jamie could slash inside," said Wa-Hi coach Jill Meliah. "She's been frustrated the last couple of games, so it was a matter of time for her."

It was the third straight year the Blue Devils beat a GSL team at home in the first round. They’ll get another in Friday’s semifinals at Toyota Center, taking on GSL district champion Mead at 4 p.m.

"I really didn't mind our draw," Meliah said. "Playing at home, making a Spokane team travel, and playing a team that hasn't seen us all year was an advantage for us."

Wa-Hi 58, Central Valley 54

CENTRAL VALLEY — Katie Espey 17, P.Gallaway, McLain 3, Emory 5, Black 5, B.Gallaway 12, Hill 8, Matthews, Johnson 4. Totals 20-47 9-17 54.

WALLA WALLA — Jamie Weisner 34, Baker 4, Jacobson 8, McDaniels 9, Hamada, Reardon 3, Christensen, Anderson, Jimenez. Totals 18-47 16-24 58.

Central Valley 13 14 13 14 — 54

Walla Walla 13 11 16 18 — 58

Highlights — CV 5x13 3pt, WW 6x14; Weisner 13 rbs; Vicki Reardon 5 rbs; Alicia Baker 3 asts.

LC 57, Moses Lake 49

SPOKANE -- Moses Lake's Jordan Loera had a game-high 20 points, and Kayla Bernsen added 10 boards and 13 points in a losing effort as Moses Lake -- a regional finalist a year ago -- lost in the first round to Lewis & Clark.

The Chiefs play Southridge at 4 p.m. Friday in a loser-out game at Toyota Center.

LC 57, Moses Lake 49

MOSES LAKE — Sutherland 5, Jordan Loera 20, Padilla 2, Kunjara, Morris 9, Diaz, Munoz, Bernsen 13, Nielsen. Totals 16-51 12-17 49.

LEWIS & CLARK — Tampien, Bech, Nakia Arquette 15, Blevins 11, Burke 8, Moravec 2, Galland 8, Hendricksen 3, Proctor 6, Taka 4. Totals 19-46 13-18 57.

Moses Lake 8 12 12 17 — 49

Lewis & Clark 17 13 15 12 — 57

Highlights — Kayla Bernsen 10 rbs, 4 stls.

Hanford 52, Mt. Spokane 40

RICHLAND -- Laura Hughes scored 15 of her game-high 25 points in the second half to guide Hanford to a 3A Eastern Regional win over Mount Spokane.

This is the third straight year the Falcons eliminated Mount Spokane (5-18) in regional play on their home court.

"Mount Spokane was tough, aggressive and quick," Hanford coach Evan Woodward said. "We adjusted defensively, played very good team defense and just worked together to make the victory happen."

Woodward also credited Hanford's 18-for-30 showing at the free-throw line as providing a decisive edge.

"The girls got to the line a lot tonight, and that was key for us," he said.

Hughes also grabbed 16 rebounds for Hanford, which takes on Shadle Park in the regional semis at 7 p.m. Saturday at Toyota Center.

Hanford 52, Mount Spokane 40

MT. SPOKANE — Ulias 3, Reilly 2, Sammie Pedersen 11, L.Lloyd, Nelson 8, Clute 9, Bergstrom 4, Whicker 2, A.Lloyd 1. Totals 14-44 10-17 40.

HANFORD — Albertson 2, Hegarty 5, Dreher, Steele 3, Freeman 13, Gagnon, Young, Miller 4, Laura Hughes 25. Totals 17-51 18-30 52.

Mt. Spokane 18 4 7 11 — 40

Hanford 12 12 12 16 — 52

Highlights — Hughes 16 rbs.

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