High School Sports

Othello boys roll over Ephrata 67-35

OTHELLO -- Drew Scott and the Huskies used a big third quarter to roll to a 67-35 CWAC 2A home victory.

Scott scored seven of his game-high 19 points in the decisive third quarter, as Othello outscored Ephrata 24-9.

EPHRATA -- Mauer 1, T. Clark, Alan 7, Large 6, Hinkle, Snyder 4, M. Clark, Denthem 7, Christiansen 10, Blair. 12 7-24 35.

OTHELLO -- Tolvar 5, Ortiz 2, Para 5, T. Garza 8, H. Valdez 2, Scott 19, D. Garza 17, Rogers, Cantu 5, Mollotte 4. 25 15-26 67.

Ephrata 15 9 9 2 -- 35

Othello 18 7 24 18 -- 67

Highlights -- Scott 12 rebounds, David Garza 9 rebounds.

PROSSER 58, TOPPENISH 52

Kennen Pilot and Dominic Garza led the Mustangs to a 2A CWAC home victory.

TOPPENISH -- R. Isadore 6, Jamison 10, Shannon Isadore 18, Equiha 2, Williams 10, Sanchez 2, Guardino 14, Reynolds 0.

PROSSER -- Garza 21, Gustafson 5, Raap 2, Silva 6, Hancock 0, Kennen Pilot 22, Kilian 0, French 2.

Toppenish 8 18 12 15 -- 52

Prosser 15 10 16 17 -- 58

Mabton 69, Ki-Be 58

Kristian Carrasco scored a game-high 23 points and became just the seventh player in Mabton history to break the 1,000-point barrier in an SCAC East win at Kiona-Benton.

MABTON -- Johnson 8, Kristian Carrasco 23, J. Sanchez 16, Chavez 5, L. Sanchez 3, Huecias 3, Strickland 11.

KIONA BENTON -- Wing 12, Mason 4, Solorzano 2, Cristian Aguilar 13, Salmeron, Cortez 4, Ayala 9, Morgan 4, Phelps 8.

Mabton 16 19 22 12 -- 69

Kiona Benton 18 14 12 14 -- 58

BURBANK 51, WAHLUKE 34

Dyllon Smith scored 14 points to lead Columbia-Burbank to an SCAC East victory over visiting Wahluke.

WAHLUKE -- Acevedo, Ledesma 5, Abarca, Tlatelpa 9, Garcia, Martinez, Juarez 3, Sabin 6, Sanchez, Daniel Yorgesen 11. Totals 11-52 9-16 34.

BURBANK -- Long 4, Hanshew 2, J.Bertsch, Lawrence 4, Roberts 9, Woody 6, D.Bertsch, Garcia 6, McVicker, Dyllon Smith 14, Martinez 2, Chambers 4. Totals 21-50 7-15 51.

Wahluke 10 5 5 14 -- 34

Burbank 12 13 15 11 -- 51

River View 53, Umatilla 52

Umatilla's Marc Montes and River View's Victor Contreras shared game-high honors with 22 points apiece as the Vikings fell on the road to the Panthers in a nonleaguer.

UMATILLA -- Somguino 9, Ayala 2, Marc Montes 22, G. Campos 4, J. Campos 6, Snyder 2, McBride 7, Corona, Bernal, Rubio, B. Hurley, T. Hurley, Kennedy.

RIVER VIEW -- Melville 3, Grow 15, Flores 7, Victor Contreras 22, Westfall 2, Brisby 4, Bartlett, Hamlin, Rogers.

Umatilla 9 15 13 15 -- 52

River View 10 17 9 17 -- 53

Highlights -- Justin Grow 5 stls, 3 assts.

ROYAL 45, CONNELL 42

Kent Christensen's 15 points led the Knights past the Eagles.

Royal shot 36 percent from the field, but only turned the ball over 10 times in the victory.

CONNELL -- Kade Eppich 15, A. Hawkins 10, Hadley 8, VanHollebeke 4, Anderson 3, Kr. Eppich 2.

ROYAL -- Kent Christensen 15, Vermeer 12, N. Leitz 6, Dixon 5, Ramirez 4, Lefler 2, F. Leitz 1.

Connell 8 11 9 14 -- 42

Royal 11 11 12 11 -- 45

Liberty Christian 55, Dayton 53

Jake Siefken had 25 points for host Liberty Christian and Bryan Corrigan posted seven rebounds in a Southeast 2B besting of Dayton.

DAYTON -- Frame 2, Norris 3, Bickelhaupt 5, Schlachter 4, Henderson 2, Fullerton 7, Garrett Turner 20, Sunderland 10. Totals 16-43 15-20 53.

LIBERTY CHRISTIAN -- Koglin, Morris 2, Olson 5, Crawford 4, Jake Siefken 25, Lindquist, Sitton 4, Corrigan 15. Totals 16-28 8-13 55.

Dayton 15 9 7 22 -- 53

Liberty Christian 17 9 16 13 -- 55

Highlights -- Bryan Corrigan 7 rbs; Siefken 4 stls, 5 assts; Travis Sitton 5 rbs; Mike Olson 5 rbs, 4 assts.

Waitsburg-Prescott 57, Mac-Hi 30

Zach Bartlow scored 16 points and Kris Cady added 10 points, 12 boards and three assists as W-P cruised to the nonleague win at home.

MAC-HI -- Ricky Angel 12, Romero 4, S. Ortiz, Hadden 1, Field 3, Sandoval 2, A. Ortiz 1, Flores 7, Richwine.

WAITSBURG-PRESCOTT -- Zach Bartlow 16, Estes 3, Hofer 2, Cady 10, Hernandez 5, Zuger 3, Brock 4, Brannock 2, Hamilton 12, Beasley, Wooderchak.

Mac-Hi 7 13 5 5 -- 30

Waitsburg-Prescott 16 7 21 13 -- 57

Highlights -- Chris Cady 12 rebs; Justin Zuger 4 stls; TJ Hofer and Cady 3 asts.

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