High School Sports

Sutey's OT trey lifts Hanford

EASTMONT -- One element Hanford has been lacking so far through four nonleague games has been clutch shooting.

Brennan Sutey, a 6-foot-1 junior guard, gave a textbook example of it in the Falcons' CBBN 3A opener, hitting a 3-pointer with three seconds remaining in overtime to lift Hanford to a 55-52 win over Eastmont.

"(Eastmont) tied it up with 18 seconds left. We were going to go for one shot," said Falcons coach Paul Mayer. "Brennan came off a cut and ended up standing wide open. He swished it."

The Wildcats led 26-17 at halftime, but Hanford outscored Eastmont 31-22 in the second half to force overtime. Joe Douglas was a handful in the paint, leading the Falcons with 23 points and nine rebounds.

Trea Thomas led the Wildcats with 21 points.

"It was a great opening league win for us, especially after being down nine at the half," Mayer said. "I'm convinced what pulled us through is conditioning."

HANFORD -- Joe Douglas 23, Jones 1, Braich 7, Sutey 8, DeVine 11, Serkowski, Watson 4, Dobken 1. Totals 21-47 10-13 55.

EASTMONT -- Trea Thomas 21, Wright 2, Jahr 6, Adams 3, Flemens 12, Fagg, Marshall 2, McCall, McGill 2, Huegenin 4. Totals 24-57 1-3 52.

Hanford 7 10 15 16 7 -- 55

Eastmont 9 17 10 12 4 -- 52

Highlights -- Douglas 9 rebs; Flemens 10 rebs.

KAMIAKIN 52, WEST VALLEY 39: Justin Pedley had 14 points for Kamiakin and Javan Williams had 12 rebounds as the Braves won a CBBN 3A road contest against West Valley in Yakima

KAMIAKIN -- Clyde 9, Wilmoth 9, Shoop, Williams 7, En'Wezoh 11, Quinn 2, Justin Pedley 14, Hunt. Totals 21-44 5-12 52.

WEST VALLEY -- Peake 10, Bluff 9, Wallace 4, Pettingill 4, Dresker 7, Strock 5, Juarez. Totals 16-42 3-13 39.

Kamiakin 15 15 5 17 -- 52

West Valley 10 11 14 4 -- 39

Highlights -- Javan Williams 12 rbs, 4 assts.

Kennewick 76, Pasco 24: Luis Santiago hit four 3-pointers and led all scorers with 24 points, lifting Kennewick to a CBBN 3A home victory over Pasco at the Lions Den.

"Our team is capable of a lot of different guys contributing," said Lions coach Bradyn Leyde. "Luis did a great job for us as a sixth man. He's definitely a great player, and we had guys finding him in spots."

Kennewick jumped out to a commanding start, leading 32-7 after the first quarter. The Lions widened the lead to 50-12 at the half.

"It was a good game coming out," Leyde said. "Now we're focused on going on the road (tonight) against Sunnyside."

PASCO -- Avery 8, Figueroa 1, Cardoza, Ballardo, Randolph 6, Ramos, Perez 2, Cobian, Torrez 2, Uriostegui, Murillo 5. Totals 9-39 3-11 24.

KENNEWICK -- Leavitt 11, Mueller 2, Smith 5, Luis Santiago 24, Westover 6, Clinton 11, Plew 2, Domach 12, Ramos 3, Rutledge. Totals 29-52 9-19 76.

Pasco 7 5 6 6 -- 24

Kennewick 32 18 16 10 -- 76

Highlights -- Clinton 6 assists; Domach 6 rebs; Pasco 28 TO; Santiago 4 3s. K 9 3pointers.

SUNNYSIDE 62, SOUTHRIDGE 43: Despite entering halftime tied with the Grizzlies at 26, Southridge fell at home in their CBBN 3A opener.

"Sunnyside made a run on us early (in the second half) and changed the momentum," Suns coach Jason DeVere said.

The Suns also struggled from the field in the final two quarters, going 4-of-23. Matt Mendenhall finished with 14 points for Southridge.

Israel Manzo scored 20 points for the Grizzlies, who shot 20-of-49 from the field.

SUNNYSIDE -- Israel Manzo 20, Leija 3, Fernandez 10, Daley 1, Serl 11, Amaro 8, Spini 9, Salmeron, Medina. Totals 20-49 13-23 62.

SOUTHRIDGE -- Matt Mendenhall 14, Mazzei 3, Vorheis 5, Willard 3, Molt 4, Hayes, Scott 3, Haberling 7, Mandell, Sanders, Wyborney 4, Titus. Totals 14-48 9-17 43.

Sunnyside 12 14 15 21 -- 62

Southridge 14 12 10 7 -- 43

Highlights -- Wyborney 9 rbs; Trey Serl 4 asts; Eduardo Salmeron 6 rebs, 2 stls; Greg Spini 6 rebs.

CHIAWANA 72, MOSES LAKE 59: Miquiyah Zamora and Jordan Downing combined to score 17 of Chiawana's 23 fourth-quarter points, and the Riverhawks downed the host Chiefs in the CBBN 4A opener for both teams.

Zamora totaled 20 points and nine rebounds for Chiawana, which went 16-of-20 from the free-throw line.

In his debut after returning from an ankle injury suffered during the football season, Downing finished with 14 points, seven rebounds, five assists and four steals.

The Riverhawks' reserves were effective, outscoring their Moses Lake counterparts 20-11.

Bryce Perez led Moses Lake with 19 points and 11 rebounds.

CHIAWANA -- Miquiyah Zamora 20, Downing 14, Torres 6, Z. Mendoza 4, B. Mendoza 5, Perez 6, Knight 6, Briones 5, Babinchuk 6, Hergert. Totals 25-50 16-20 72.

MOSES LAKE -- Bryce Perez 19, Rubio 5, Phillips 5, Chavez 4, Ulyanchuk 12, Garcia 6, Bennett 8, Hirz. Totals 26-59 4-15 59.

Chiawana 10 17 22 23 -- 72

Moses Lake 12 16 22 9 -- 59

Highlights -- Zamora 9 rbs; Downing 7 rbs, 5 assts, 4 stls; Perez 11 rbs; Chiawana 6-of-14 3-ptrs.

Richland 54, Walla Walla 37: Nathan Streufert had 18 points and nine rebounds for Richland, Adam Baker contributed eight points and 10 rebounds and the Bombers won a CBBN 4A home matchup with Walla Walla.

"It's good to get a first league victory at home," Richland coach Earl Streufert said. "We played pretty good wire to wire. We'll take it."

WALLA WALLA -- Eggers 5, Rowley, Parnicky 2, Porter, Lacoti, Lesmeister 2, Peasley 6, Arias 4, Jameson 2, Tanner Cranor 14, Ferenz 2. Totals 18-54 1-2 37.

RICHLAND -- Fuller, Turner 10, Baker 8, Radliff 5, Eiden, Nathan Streufert 18, Quick 7, Malone 6, Wheeler. Totals 21-60 8-13 54.

Walla Walla 6 10 10 11 -- 37

Richland 11 14 20 9 -- 54

Highlights -- Baker 10 rbs, Streufert 9 rbs, Payton Radliff 4 assts.

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