High School Sports

Trevino leads Pasco girls to win with late 24-0 run

SUNNYSIDE -- Adri Trevino picked a good time to start scoring points.

The senior point guard had only scored in double figures twice this season, but she scored the final seven points for Pasco on Friday as the Bulldogs rallied for an improbable 54-49 CBBN 3A road victory against Sunnyside.

Pasco trailed by 19 with five minutes left in the game, but outscored Sunnyside 24-0 the rest of the way.

"It was definitely a big win for us," Pasco coach Aaron Barcot said. "All of a sudden, we just hit everything in the fourth quarter. I don't know what happened. We just flipped a switch."

Trevino scored a career-high 15 points, including two free throws to tie the score 49-49. She then hit a 3-pointer to put Pasco up 52-49 with 35 seconds left and sealed the game with two more free throws with 5 seconds left.

Yessica Diaz added 18 points and Cierah Alferness had 11 for Pasco.

The Bulldogs are guaranteed at least a spot in a tie-breaker game and could finish with the No. 5 seed for the league tournament next week if they win tonight and Kennewick loses.

Vanessa Alvarez's 15 points led Sunnyside.

PASCO -- Yessica Diaz 18, Schmaljohn 4, Iverson 2, Trevino 15, Alferness 11, Rodriguez, Morfin, Benitez 4.

SUNNYSIDE -- Melissa A 3, Vanessa Alvarez 15, Jongsma, Sanchez 3, Correa 5, Palencia, Reyes 2, Herrera 8, Willingham 9.

Pasco 7 13 10 24 -- 54

Sunnyside 21 9 14 5 -- 49

Kamiakin 49, Hanford 48

Kamiakin's Sira Toure drew a foul with less than 3 seconds left and then calmly stepped to the line and made both free throws to give the Braves a CBBN 3A home victory over Hanford.

"Sira, for being a freshman, she plays like she's a junior or senior," Kamiakin coach Tammy Hutchison said. "Her confidence is phenomenal."

The Falcons missed a couple free throws down the stretch that would have iced the game while coming up short in their upset effort.

Courtney Nelson had 22 points, 10 rebounds and three steals for Kamiakin. Her 3-pointer with 10 seconds left pulled Kamiakin within 48-47.

Colette Gall scored 20 points to lead Hanford.

Both teams have already qualified for the district tournament next week.

While Hanford didn't win the game, it was an important step after losing at home to then-winless Sunnyside on Tuesday.

HANFORD -- Colette Gall 20, Rutherford 9, Albertson 5, Steele 5, Skinner 5, Gagnon 4, Shintaffer, Young, Roueche, Stewart. Totals 18-53 10-16 48.

KAMIAKIN -- Courtney Nelson 22, Larson 10, S. Toure 9, K. Toure 6, Oord 2, K. Nelson, Miller, Beach, Kurz. 20-61 6-12 49.

Hanford 10 14 8 16 -- 48

Kamiakin 12 8 12 17 -- 49

Highlights -- Kassy Larson 12 rebs, 3 stls; Nelson 10 rebs, 3 stls; Melanie Oord 3 stls.

EASTMONT 54, WEST VALLEY 36

The Wildcats maintained a tie for first place in the CBBN 3A with Kamiakin, with an easy road victory against West Valley.

Charity Degman continued her recent strong scoring pace with 18 points and eight rebounds to lead Eastmont.

Lindsay Burns' 12 points led West Valley, which is in third place and has also clinched a playoff spot.

EASTMONT -- Waterhouse 2, Gilstrap 5, Nikki Gilbert 13, Scott 7, Charity Degman 18, Keane 0, Jones 7, Stuart 2.

WEST VALLEY -- Weber 3, Reyes 2, Lindsay Burns 12, Jaeger 2, Gholston 2, Roberts 2, Erwin 4, Ross 0, Albrecht 7, Gray 2.

Eastmont 15 15 10 14 -- 54

West Valley 5 14 15 2 -- 36

CHIAWANA 64, EISENHOWER 19

Hayley Hodgins led Chiawana to an easy home victory against Eisenhower.

Hodgins had 22 points, while Sadie Sparks added 12 and Mikaela Rivard had 10.

EISENHOWER -- Abrams 2, Burnett 2, McKenna 4, Modest 7, Terrazas 2, Armenta 2.

CHIAWANA -- Reynolds 2, B. Gonzales 2, Sparks 12, Ellsworth 8, Loving 2, Hayley Hodgins 22, Rivard 10, J. Gonzales 3, D. Hodgins 3.

Eisenhower 3 9 0 7 -- 19

Chiawana 26 18 12 8 -- 64

Richland 81, Davis 55

Mandy Machinal had a career-high 30 points to lead the Bombers to a CBBN 4A home victory against Davis.

The win sets up tonight's showdown at Moses Lake, as the Chiefs and Bombers will face off with the No. 2 seed for the league tournament on the line.

Jalyn von Oelhoffen had 23 points for Richland, while Katie Mahoney added 12 points.

DAVIS -- Castro 10, Juarez 6, T. Cobane, Kalunzy 3, Perez 6, Salazar 2, C. Cobane 13, Noc, Ceja 10, Norales 8.

RICHLAND -- Croskrey 7, Mandy Machinal 30, Pringle 2, von Oelhoffen 23, Corrigan, Manning 1, Perry 4, Mahoney 12, Cejka, DeWitt 2, Parnell, Duckworth.

Davis 18 13 12 12 -- 55

Richland 16 25 23 17 -- 81

Highlights -- Pringle 7 assts; Machinal 8 rbs, 5 stls; von Oelhoffen 4 stls.

Moses Lake 52, Wenatchee 43

The Chiefs did their part in setting up a showdown against Richland for second place tonight.

Jordan Loera scored 18 points to lead Moses Lake past visiting Wenatchee on Thursday.

Lexxi Hallberg's eight points led the Panthers.

WENATCHEE -- Hallberg 8, George 7, Buterbaugh 8, Stone 0, Miller 2, Rockstad 1, Holzerland 2, Douglass 5, Kansky 8, Sharp 2.

MOSES LAKE -- Kyleigh Gamez 15, Jordan Loera 18, Kunjara 6, Gentry 1, Sanders 0, Olson 2, Muoz 4, Bernsen 6, Nielsen 2.

Wenatchee 8 12 14 9 -- 43

Moses Lake 10 18 10 14 -- 52

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