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Mid-Columbia roundup for Dec. 4: Richland boys fall to Wenatchee

Kennewick High School’s Dillon Plew (22) flies to the basket over Moses Lake’s Isaiah Thomas and Ricardo Gonzalez (23) on Friday night at the Lions Den in Kennewick.
Kennewick High School’s Dillon Plew (22) flies to the basket over Moses Lake’s Isaiah Thomas and Ricardo Gonzalez (23) on Friday night at the Lions Den in Kennewick. Tri-City Herald

The Wenatchee Panthers beat the visiting Richland Bombers 74-69 on Friday night after going on a 46-33 run in the second half.

“We had the lead with 3 1/2 minutes to go and got into some foul trouble,” Bombers coach Earl Streufert said. “We only turned the ball over 11 times, but we didn’t defend down the stretch like we needed to.”

Steven Beo led the Bombers with 27 points, while Tyler Kurtz, a 6-foot-5 junior in his first varsity game, finished with 16 points and 16 rebounds for Richland. Riley Sorn, a 7-foot sophomore, also in his varsity debut, had eight points, eight rebounds and three blocked shots in 15 minutes of action.

“We were 7 of 21 on 3s,” Streufert said. “Not like we normally do, and we missed a lot of good opportunities.”

Gavin Long had 31 points and 10 rebounds for Wenatchee, which shot 23 of 29 from the free-throw line.

RICHLAND: Wagar 10, Radliff 7, Steven Beo 27, Kurtz 16, Northrop, Streufert, Sanderson, Galliher, Sorn 8, Smith 1. Totals: 24-58 14-19 69.

WENATCHEE: Springer 3, Goff 15, Esquivel 7, Worley, Seal 2, Miller 13, McKay, Peters 3, Gavin Long 31. Totals: 22-55 23-29 74.

Richland

21

15

20

13

69

Wenatchee

14

14

27

19

74

Highlights — Long 10 rebs; Kurtz 16 rebs; Sorn 8 rebs, 3 blks.

MOSES LAKE 85, KENNEWICK 76 (OT): The Chiefs went on a 17-8 run in overtime to beat the Lions in nonleague action at the Lions Den.

Kennewick’s Nico Benavidez made 1 of 3 free throws with 10 seconds remaining to tie the score at 68 and send the game into overtime.

Kafaya Bugal led the Lions with 19 points and nine rebounds.

MOSES LAKE: Cesar Sandoval 34, Montgomery, Thomas, Hirz 4, Phillips 26, Gonzalez 16, Karstetter 5, Evers. Totals: 29-64 12-23 85.

KENNEWICK: Olmos 9, Benavidez 13, Kafaya Bugal 19, Nieves 12, Clark, Plew 13, Hernandez 4, Szendre 6. Totals: 28-77 11-13 76.

Moses Lake

14

14

23

17

17

85

Kennewick

18

20

12

18

8

76

Highlights — Szendre 8 rebs; Bugal 9 rebs, 6 stls; Plew 5 assts.

KAMIAKIN 85, HERMISTON 59: Isaiah Brimmer had 25 points for the Braves, who led 42-28 at halftime in a season-opening home win over the Bulldogs.

“I think we took the first step in establishing a defensive identity tonight,” Kamiakin coach Brian Meneely said.

The Braves also shot 32 of 61 (52.5 percent) from the field.

Hermiston’s Andrew James finished with 21 points.

HERMISTON: Flores 8, D.Neal 11, Walls 3, Naillon 10, T.Neal 5, Andrew James 21, Garcia, McCullough, Palmer 1, Pederson. Totals: 18-49 20-33 59.

KAMIAKIN: Bailey 18, Paxton 13, Grayson, Isaiah Brimmer 25, Nelson 14, Hill 5, Ellison 1, Kensey, Rabe 4, Larson 5. Totals: 32-61 14-33 85.

Hermiston

15

13

10

21

59

Kamiakin

20

22

21

22

85

Highlights — Nelson 8 rebs; Brimmer 5 rebs; Paxton 6 rebs.

WALLA WALLA 64, DAVIS 49: The host Blue Devils opened their season by knocking off the Pirates, who finished second at the Class 4A state tournament last season.

Andrew Harvey had 18 points for Wa-Hi, Paul Babbitt scored 14 points, and Mitch Lesmeister finished with 12.

Led by Harvey’s 12 rebounds, the Blue Devils had a 41-27 advantage on the boards.

DAVIS: Navarro 5, Bales-Walker 4, Dominic Wise 15, Delgado 3, Birrueta, Imperial 9, Gordon 1, Kelly 10, Meza 2. Totals: 20-59 6-11 49.

WALLA WALLA: Greene 4, Lesmeister 12, Funk 2, Ju.Oliveras 2, Jo.Oliveras 6, Babbitt 14, Porter 6, Andrew Harvey 18, Aichele. Totals: 21-43 15-23 64.

Davis

13

13

13

10

49

Walla Walla

17

17

14

16

64

Highlights — Imperial 6 rebs; Harvey 12 rebs; Porter 4 assts, 3 stls.

HANFORD 68, EISENHOWER 49: Host Hanford outscored Ike 35-18 in the middle two quarters to beat the Cadets in a nonleague game.

Jacob Sivonen led the Falcons with 19 points, while Will Eldred had seven points, eight rebounds and four assists.

EISENHOWER: H.Backes 10, Redick 5, Fitchett 3, Filkins 5, Q.Backes 6, vera 2, Stein 5, Araujo 4, Ramirez 4, Baker 2, Rojas 3, Tatum. Totals: 18-60 7-17 49.

HANFORD: Eldred 7, Miller 13, Seaman 12, Sutey 1, Jacob Sivonen 19, Taylor 10, Izquierdo 3, Lanning 2, VanderTop 1. Totals: 22-47 15-25 68.

Eisenhower

10

9

9

21

49

Hanford

8

19

16

25

68

Highlights — Eldred 8 rebounds, 4 steals; Seaman 5 assists.

LEWISTON 54, CHIAWANA 51: There’s always that one point in the game where things don’t go right. For the Riverhawks, it was their perfomance at the free-throw line, where they went 9-for-20 in a nonleague home loss to the Bengals.

Chandler Hansen led the Riverhawks with 16 points, while Jalen King and Cayden Cazier each had eight rebounds.

Trystan Bradley led Lewiston with 19 points, with Colton Richardson adding 12 points and seven rebounds.

LEWISTON: Trystan Bradley 19, Richardson 12, Stamper, Driskill 3, Ahlers, Wilson 7, Way 3, Clarke 8, Murphy 2, Bearlocher, Hewett. Totals: 24-50 1-2 54.

CHIAWANA: Chandler Hansen 16, Voloshin 14, King 7, Taylor 4, Joseph 5, Penny, Garcia 3, Cazier 2. Totals: 18-60 9-20 51.

Lewiston

16

11

14

13

54

Chiawana

16

15

10

10

51

Highlights — Colton Richardson 7 rebs; King 8 rebs, Cazier 8 rebs, Clarke 3 assts.

COLUMBIA-BURBANK 52, DESALES 42: Quentain Brown finished with 15 points, leading four Coyotes in double figures in a home win over the Irish.

DeSales’ Zach Leahy had a game-high 25 points, but the Irish didn’t heat up until the fourth quarter, when they scored 23 points.

DESALES: Buckley 2, Standard 11, Miedema 4, Zach Leahy 25, Montero, Crowley, Leahy, Dunn, Rodriguez, Baumgart. Totals: 14 FGs 11-22 42.

COLUMBIA-BURBANK: Humphreys 12, Broetje 11, Dixon 1, Magallon, Quentain Brown 15, Hernandez 3, Martinez, Jamison, Sorbel 10, Romm. Totals: 17 FGs 12-18 52.

DeSales

9

6

4

23

42

Columbia-Burbank

14

5

22

11

52

KIONA-BENTON 51, CLE ELUM 39: Derrel Wheeler had 16 points and 11 rebounds, and Nate Rossine added 16 points and three steals as visiting Kiona-Benton beat Cle Elum in a nonleague game.

KIONA-BENTON: Walker 7, Nate Rossine 16, Rodriguez 3, Lucetero, Torres 6, Rizin, Manson 3, Lewis, Derrel Wheeler 16. Totals: 16-42 12-25 51.

CLE ELUM: Dalton Hawk 21, LeMoine, E.Pugh, D.Pugh 4, O’Connor, Range, J.Pugh 7, Wail 7. Totals: 19-56 7-14 39.

Kiona-Benton

8

17

12

14

51

Cle Elum

5

14

4

16

39

Highlights — Wheeler 11 rebounds; Trey Manson 10 rebounds, 4 blocks; Steven Walker 5 assists; Nate Rossine 3 steals .

RIVER VIEW 48, GOLDENDALE 45: Mario Jaramillo piled up 17 points and 11 rebounds, and Baley Westberg added 10 points and 11 rebounds to lead the visiting Panthers to the nonleaugue victory.

RIVER VIEW: Mario Jaramillo 17, Hamlin 11, Westberg 10, Salinas 7, Ard 3, Cole, Khatthabong, Roberts, Trapp, Guzman, Serven.

GOLDENDALE: Vega 13, Beirle 9, Bischoff 8, Golding 4, Alfaro 4, Gunkel 3, Kline 2, Ebert 2.

River View

15

9

15

9

48

Goldendale

11

17

6

11

45

Highlights — Jaramillo 11 rebs; Baley Westberg 11 rebs.

OTHELLO 84, GRANDVIEW 80: The Huskies withstood a school-record 46-point performance by Grandview’s Gunner Chronis to win Thursday night at home.

Chronis, a sophomore, broke the mark of 42 set by Chad Stenberg in the 1990-91 season.

Trenton Cutforth had 28 points and 17 rebounds, and Justis Garcia scored 20 points for Othello, which scored the final four points.

GRANDVIEW: Mendoza 14, Fonseca, Medina 5, Martinez, Gunner Chronis 46, Abarca 2, Esqueda 7, Bridger 6.

OTHELLO: Hilmes 6, Garcia 20, Villarreal 9, Trenton Cutforth 28, Buenrostro 2, DeLeon 5, Valdez 2, Valdovinos 4, Gutierrez 8.

Grandview

24

16

19

21

80

Othello

25

23

17

19

84

Highlights — Cutforth 17 rebs; Hilmes 6 assts.

Girls basketball

HERMISTON 64, KAMIAKIN 61: Jansen Edmiston hit six 3-pointers and finished with 21 points as the Bulldogs beat the Braves on the road.

Edmiston led four Hermiston players in double figures.

Kamiakin’s Alexa Hazel finished with 18 points, while Oumou Toure had 16.

HERMISTON: H.Meyers, Andreason 11, Juul 15, R.Meyers, Jansen Edmiston 21, Padilla 2, Gilbert 2, Heehn, Ramirez 13, Thomas. Totals: 21 FGs 12-26 64.

KAMIAKIN: S.Brown 8, L.Brown, Larsen 10, Holle 5, Clark 4, Alexa Hazel 18, Mercado, Toure 16, Williams, Westermeyer. Totals: 25 FGs 7-11 61.

Hermiston

14

12

21

17

64

Kamiakin

18

7

16

20

61

RICHLAND 70, WENATCHEE 58: Mickala Trappett scored a game-high 17 points as host Richland held off Wenatchee in a nonleague game to open the season.

WENATCHEE: Worley 2, Rivera, M.Hallberg 3, Sirmon 8, Sugg 8, Chandler 8, A.Hallberg 12, Walton 15, Embry 2.

RICHLAND: Webb 7, Mickala Trappett 17, Madsen, Robertson 7, Haugen 9, von Oelhoffen 6, Stevens 2, Wellsandt 8, Sorn 10, Gall, Pierce 4.

Wenatchee

19

17

8

14

58

Richland

18

23

14

15

70

HANFORD 51, EISENHOWER 46: Ellie Harlow had 13 points and Dani Mendoza added 11 rebounds, five steals and four assists to lead the Falcons to a nonleauge win over the visiting Cadets.

Hanford jumped out to a 35-18 lead at the half, but saw that lead dwindle to 40-34 after three quarters.

Sydney Wammock led the Cadets with 18 points.

EISENHOWER: Sydney Wammock 18, Lynn 3, Garcia 2, Stuhr 9, H.Wammock 9, Terea 1, Nelson 4, Grunlose, Cassel. Totals: 17-65 11-18 46.

HANFORD: Ellie Harlow 13, Mendoza 2, Beattie 11, Moore 10, Mars 3, Romero 2, Deaver 5, Dye 5, Downard. Totals: 17-50 15-34 51.

Eisenhower

9

9

16

12

46

Hanford

13

22

5

11

51

Highlights — Dani Mendoza 11 rebs, 5 steals, 4 assts.

DAVIS 50, WALLA WALLA 48: Faith Hoe scored a team-high 14 points, but it wasn’t enough as visiting Walla Walla opened the season with a loss at Davis.

WALLA WALLA: Faith Hoe 14, O.Doepker 11, Hogan 8, Yenney 6, Locati 5, L.Hoe 2, Wenzel 2, Enriquez. Totals: 16-34 10-13 48.

DAVIS: Imani Brown 16, Berman 9, Marquez 7, Garcia 6, Bueno 5, Campbell 4, Perry 2, Billups, Wheeler. Totals: 19-39 9-14 50.

Walla Walla

13

9

10

16

48

Davis

12

9

13

16

50

KIONA-BENTON 42, CLE ELUM 35: Abby Pendergast scored a team-high 19 points, leading visiting Kiona-Benton to a nonleague win over Cle Elum.

KIONA-BENTON: Momo Calzadillas 3, Abby Pendergast 19, Emily Thornton 1, Maloree Calzadillas 9, Mihaela Edwards 6, Kyrsten Whitmore 2, Katie Rheinschmidt 2, Hunter Anderson.

CLE ELUM: Holly Terrill 1, Lauryn Hink 4, Kayla Graham 3, Emily Lussier 10, Anna Kelly 3, Mikayla Hopkins 4, Claire Howerton, Nelli Rodriguez 10, Brickly McBride, Courtney Brown.

Kiona-Benton

11

10

12

9

42

Cle Elum

6

10

6

13

35

COLUMBIA-BURBANK 66, DESALES 34: Teagan Aune had 17 points, and Ali Martineau finished with 13 to lead the host Coyotes past the Irish.

DeSales’ Teresa Acock led all scorers with 20 points, but the Irish were outscored 50-22 over the final three quarters.

DESALES: Baumgart 10, Teresa Acock 20, Kjeldgaard, K.Burrato 3, H.Burrato 1, Cortez, Jones, Lyons, Haider, Olson. Totals: 12-32 5-12 34.

COLUMBIA-BURBANK: Martineau 13, Turner 10, C.Aune 10, Maine 2, Teagan Aune 17, Idler 2, Koopman 1, Mares 5, Ellis 6. Totals: 24-65 11-16 66.

DeSales

12

9

5

8

34

Columbia-Burbank

16

18

18

14

66

WAPATO 47, CONNELL 40: The Eagles fell behind 18-4 after one quarter and couldn’t dig themselves out of the hole, losing to the host Wolves.

CONNELL: Riner 2, Hopkins 6, Wallin 6, Smith 2, Mauseth 4, Hawkins 8, Pickel 12.

WAPATO: Jade 4, Chehalis 16, Brook 1, T.Hart 16, Jiselle 2, Isa 8.

Connell

4

13

14

9

40

Wapato

18

8

8

13

47

MABTON 49, NACHES VALLEY 48: Desanay and Britnee Guerrero each had a double-double to help the Vikings edge the Rangers at home.

Desanay finished with 19 points and 14 rebounds, while Britnee tallied 12 points and 10 rebounds to go with her eight steals.

NACHES VALLEY: Alex St. Martin 15, Capps, Roberts 2, Bailey Andrews 15, Whorton 2, Wells 3, Lukas 4, Meadows 2, Benner 3, Mendoza 2. Totals: 15-32 17-21 48.

MABTON: Pineda 4, McCallum, B.Guerrero 12, Desmarais 2, Herrera, Sanches 2, Espinoza 4, Rojas 2, Zaragoza 4, Desanay Guerrero 19. Totals: 18-52 12-21 49.

Naches Valley

21

8

9

15

48

Mabton

13

7

15

14

49

Highlights — Benner 7 rebs; B.Guerrero 10 rebs, 8 stls; D.Guerrero 14 rebs.

COLLEGE PLACE 33, L-W-K 24: Alynn Harder had seven points, but it wasn’t enough as visiting LaCrosse-Washtucna-Kahlotus lost to College Place in a nonleague opener for both schools.

LACROSSE-WASHTUCNA-KAHLOTUS: Alynn Harder 7, Guske 2, Harder 6, Gordon 6, Meyers 3, Webb, Herron-Gonzalez, Ayers, Webb, Spanaway. Totals: 7-52 10-22 24.

COLLEGE PLACE: Weaver 10, Payne 5, Parsons 4, Buchanan 2, Maiden 3, Grimm 9, Rodriguez, Cerda, Meza. Totals: 15-43 2-7 33.

Lac-Wash-Kah

2

9

4

9

24

College Place

6

12

7

8

33

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

PENINSULA WOMEN 96, CBC 91: The Columbia Basin College women lost a fast-paced, up and down the court battle to Peninsula at the Walla Walla Classic. No other details were available. CBC plays Portland Community College at noon today in Walla Walla.

Wrestling

SOUTHRIDGE 37, HANFORD 33: Giovanni Penaloza’s 11-3 major decision over Chris Gray at 120 pounds, plus pins by Federico Velasco (145), Zayid Al-Ghani (170) and Riley Lopez (285) highlighted the Suns’ win over the host Falcons on Thursday night.

Hanford’s Hunter Murphey (113), Jake Hanson (152), Brock Higgins (160), Clayton Porcaro (182) and Jonathan Burt (220) had pins in the Mid-Columbia Conference opener for both teams.

106: Azure Logsdon (S) inj. def. Cley Green 1:12. 113*: Hunter Murphey (H) p. Marco Mendoza 6:22. 120: Giovanni Penaloza (S) m.d. Chris Gray 11-3. 126: Xavier Velasco (S) d. Riley Shahan 16-9. 132: Cesar Flores (S) d. Caleb Brown 9-4. 138: David Graham (H) d. Ryan Nett 6-5. 145: Federico Velasco (S) p. Boyd Lorz 3:05. 152: Jake Hanson (H) p. Rick Anaya 4:33. 160: Brock Higgins (H) p. Jordan Walter 3:52. 170: Zayid Al-Ghani (S) p. Isaac Leggett 2:25. 182: Clayton Porcaro (H) p. Stephen Masterson 3:25. 195: Taylor Ambrose (S) d. Austin Dreyer 5-3. 220: Jonathan Burt (H) p. Gavin Woods :38. 285: Riley Lopez (S) p. Ben Casas 2:40.

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