High School Sports

Kamiakin routs WV, finishes without star

YAKIMA -- Khadidja Toure had 21 points, eight steals and six assists to help pilot Kamiakin in a CBBN 3A 62-47 victory over West Valley on Friday in Yakima.

Toure fouled out with 4 minutes remaining in the fourth, and her sister Sira Toure followed, fouling out with 2 1/2 minutes to go. But the ejections served only to bolster the pluck of a Braves squad that led 48-36 at the end of the third.

"The whole team had to rally together," said Kamiakin coach Tammy Hutchison, who also noted that both the Braves and the Rams were 17 percent from the 3-point range and shot with 44 percent accuracy from the free-throw line.

Kassy Larson had eight points and hauled down 10 boards for the Braves, and teammate Courtney Nelson measured out six assists on top of her 12 points.

KAMIAKIN -- C. Nelson 12, Beach 1, Oord 7, S. Toure 6, McKinney, Khadidja Toure 21, K. Nelson 8, Larson 7. Totals 27-65 7-10 62.

WEST VALLEY -- C. Weber 7, Reyes 3, Burns 5, Jaegar 2, Cholston 2, Roberts 4, Erwin 6, Ross, Paige Albrecht 16, Gibson 2. Totals 17-42 12-19 47.

Kamiakin 22 10 16 14 -- 62

West Valley 9 12 15 11 -- 47

Highlights -- Kassy Larson 10 rbs; K. Toure 8 stls, 6 assts; Courtney Nelson 6 assts.

Eastmont 50, Hanford 36

Kendra Scott scored 16 points, but Hanford had trouble finding any offense in a CBBN 3A road loss as Eastmont remained a game back of league-leading Kamiakin.

Lexi Rutherford pulled down four boards for the Falcons, who can move into third place with a win over West Valley today.

HANFORD -- Savanna Steele 13, Stewart, Albertson, Shintaffer, Roueche, Gagnon 2, Young 7, Rutherford 4, Skinner 2, Gall 8. Totals 13-33 9-17 36.

EASTMONT -- Kendra Scott 16, Waterhouse 8, Gilstrap, Gilbert 9, Fabian 3, Degman 8, Keane 2, Jones 2, Stuart 2. Totals 17-49 13-18 50.

Hanford 9 7 11 9 -- 36

Eastmont 13 15 9 13 -- 50

PASCO 73, KENNEWICK 68

Yessica Diaz's 32-point performance helped Pasco hold off Kennewick on the road.

"She scored a lot off penetration," Kennewick coach Tarah Staton said of Diaz, who also went 8-of-10 from the free-throw line.

Angelique Whistocken finished with 23 points to lead Kennewick, which outscored the Bulldogs 33-24 in the fourth quarter.

"The girls did a good job of coming back in the second half," she said. "They showed a lot of heart."

PASCO -- Yessica Diaz 32, Schmaljohn 10, Iverson 2, Trevino 7, Alferness 5, Garza, Rodriguez 3, Morfin 10, Benitez 4.

KENNEWICK -- Nielson 1, Valerio 13, K. Sanders 10, Hicks 4, M. Sanders, Angelique Whistocken 23, Kump 4, Harrod 9, Taimani 4.

Pasco 10 20 19 24 -- 73

Kennewick 16 6 13 33 -- 68

Highlights -- Whistocken 5 rebs.; Valerio 7 assts.

Southridge 54, Sunnyside 27

Meghan Sorensen had 14 points for Southridge as the Suns went 6-for-13 from the free throw line and cruised to a CBBN 3A home victory over Sunnyside.

SUNNYSIDE -- Amaro 3, Jongsma, Alvarez 5, Sanchez 1, Hernandez 2, Correa 8, Palencia, Reyes, Herrera 6, Willingham 2.

SOUTHRIDGE -- Meghan Sorensen 14, Lyons 4, Sanders 4, Mickelsen 3, P. Sorensen 6, Ratchford 10, Hinojosa 2, Bauman 2, Stein 9.

Sunnyside 10 11 1 5 -- 27

Southridge 14 14 16 10 -- 54

Richland 66, Walla Walla 49

Mandy Machinal crowned the Richland effort with a game-high 26 points as the Bombers won a CBBN 4A game on the road against Walla Walla.

Britney Pringle and Katie Mahoney combined for 22 points for the Bombers. Torri Crawford and Madeline Jacobson had eight points apiece for the Blue Devils.

RICHLAND -- Croskrey 2, Mandy Machinal 26, Pringle 10, Von Oeloffin 7, Corrigan 6, Manning, Perry 2, Mahoney 12, Cjeka, DeWitt, Parnell, Duckworth.

WALLA WALLA -- J. Klicker, Jacobson 8, Crawford 8, Jiminez 6, Christensen 2, Green 4, Hamada 3, Thompson, Molitor 2, Hodnefield 10, Anderson 6.

Richland 12 13 22 19 -- 66

Walla Walla 10 14 11 14 -- 49

Highlights -- Richland 18-28 free throws; Walla Walla 1-6 free throws.

WENATCHEE 77, EISENHOWER 42

Lexxi Hallberg and Michaela George had big games to help the Panthers bounce back from a tough loss Wednesday, to win at Eisenhower.

Hallberg scored 23 points and George had 21. Brandie Terrazas' 12 points led Eisenhower.

WENATCHEE -- Kansky 3, Douglass 2, Parker 8, Rockstad 2, Miller, Stone 8, Sharp 7, Buterbaugh 3, Holzerland, Michaela George 21, Lexxi Hallberg 23.

EISENHOWER -- Elmo 8, Wingerter, Vasquez 7, Abrams, Guerra-Burnett 8, Soto, Andreas, McKenna 3, Modest 2, Brandie Terrazas 12, Armenta 2.

Wenatchee 25 15 22 15 -- 77

Eisenhower 7 18 4 13 -- 42

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