Riley Sorn was 12 of 16 from the floor for 25 points, and hauled down six rebounds and swatted three shots to lead Richland to a 96-40 Mid-Columbia Conference victory Tuesday over visiting Southridge.
The Bombers (8-0, 3-0 MCC), who were ranked No. 21 in the USA Today Super 25 Expert Rankings week, raced out to a 30-13 lead at the end of the first quarter, and led 55-19 at the half.
Cole Northrop added 18 points and seven assists for Richland, while Garrett Streufert had 10 points and 12 assists, and Cody Sanderson 13 points and seven rebounds.
The Suns (2-4, 0-3) got 18 points and seven rebounds from Dante Ragsdale, while Anthony Jackson added 10 points.
KAMIAKIN 54, WALLA WALLA 45: Garrett Paxton poured in 23 points, and Jim Mohlman added 15 points as the Braves improved to 3-0 in MCC play with a home win over the Blue Devils.
A 17-7 run in the first quarter proved to be the difference for the Braves, who were outscored 25-20 in the second half.
Kamiakin scored 22 points inside, while Wa-Hi (5-2, 2-1) countered with 21 points off the bench, led by Javon Handcox, who had a team-high 14 points.
HANFORD 65, KENNEWICK 56: Connor Woodward hit eight 3-pointers and finished with 35 points to lead the Falcons to a home victory over the Lions in MCC action.
Hanford (6-1, 3-0) had a slim 28-26 lead at the half, then exploded for 20 points in the third to pull away, Kennewick (3-4, 0-3) went on a 23-17 run in the fourth but could not catch up.
Jenner Norwood led the Lions with 20 points, 10 rebounds and four steals.
SELAH 91, PROSSER 59: A poor shooting night had the Mustangs trailing by 13 at the half, and they failed to make up the difference in the second half in a CWAC home loss to the Vikings.
Chase Courtney had 22 points and nine rebounds for Prosser, Teegan Cox had 13 points and Calvin Maljaars 11.
ROYAL 72, COLUMBIA-BURBANK 45: Owen Ellis had 15 points, and Isaac Ellis added 14 as the Knights rolled an SCAC East home win over the Coyotes.
Isaac Ellis scored 12 of his points in a 23-point third quarter for Royal to help seal the win.
Gilbert Henandez led Burbank with 12 points, while Reece Humphreys added 11.
CONNELL 63, WARDEN 52: Austin Smith had a game-high 19 points, and Nolan Chase added 15 points as the Eagles beat the Cougars on the road in SCAC East action.
Connell (3-0 SCAC) has won four games in a row.
Dreyton Martinez led Warden with 17 points, while Zach Richins added 16.
WAHLUKE 55, RIVER VIEW 54: The Warriors rallied in the second half to beat the Panthers in SCAC East actiom.
River View led 32-22 at the half, but a 19-10 outburst by Wahluke in the third proved to be critical.
Ricky Cabrera led the Warriors with 29 points, while freshman Pajia Kinsey led the Panthers with 14 points.
KIONA-BENTON 65, COLLEGE PLACE 43: Daniel Rizin scored 21 points and Abe Rheinschmidt was one point shy of a triple-double as the visiting Bears got a win in their final SCAC East game of 2017.
Rheinschmidt had 12 rebounds, 10 blocks and nine points for Ki-Be (4-3, 2-1) while Saul Quinones and Alex Maya each chipped in 11 points. Silas Shumate led College Place with 10 points.
TRI-CITIES PREP 64, WALLA WALLA VALLEY ACADEMY 39: Logan Mercado had 21 points and five steals, and Kobe Singleton added 17 points, eight rebounds, five assists and three steals to lead the Jaguars past the visiting Knights in EWAC play.
Stefan Geist chipped in 14 points for TCP, which led 20-11 after the first quarter, and 35-17 at the half.
KAMIAKIN 69, WALLA WALLA 47: The visiting Blue Devils kept it close for much of the night, but the reigning MCC champion Braves pulled away late to stay perfect in league play.
Oumou Toure scored a game-high 28 points for Kamiakin (8-1, 3-0), 23 of which came in the second half.
CHIAWANA 59, PASCO 33: The Riverhawks took advantage of a scoring lull by the Bulldogs in the middle quarters to pull away for an MCC home win.
Chiawana (7-2), which improved to 3-0 in league play, outscored Pasco 29-11 over the second and third quarters.
Kenedy Cartwright had a game-high 26 points for the Riverhawks, who also got 13 points, five rebounds and four assists from Delaney Pink.
The Bulldogs (3-4, 1-2), who shot just 23 percent from the floor, where led by Allexus Montelongo’s 14 points.
RICHLAND 74, SOUTHRIDGE 27: The Bombers scored all the points they needed with a 31-point scoring spree in the first quarter, en route to an MCC home win over the Suns.
Jayda Clark scored 11 of her team-high 17 points in the first quarter for Richland (4-5, 2-1). Hailey Stevens added nine points for Richland, which saw every player score.
Emmee Ball led Southridge (3-5, 1-2) with 11 points.
Led by 12 points from Hannah Gilmore and 11 from Monica Miller, Walla Walla (3-4, 0-3) trailed by just two points at halftime and three going into the fourth quarter, but Kamiakin went on a 25-6 run to close the game.
KENNEWICK 50, HANFORD 39: Meilani McBee drained five 3-pointers for a game-high 18 points to lead the visiting Lions (4-2, 2-1) to an MCC victory.
Olivia Davis had eight points to lead Hanford (1-6, 0-3).
PROSSER 62, SELAH 53: The Mustangs over came a 25-17 deficit at the half, going on a 45-28 run in the second half to beat the visiting Vikings in CWAC action.
Marissa Cortes had 19 points and five assists for Prosser, while Brooke Wheeler hauled down 12 rebounds and added nine points.
EAST VALLEY (YAKIMA) 57, GRANDVIEW 49: Michelle Ruiz scored a game-high 24 points, but the visiting Greyhounds faltered in the second half in a CWAC loss.
Kalli Willett scored 14 points for East Valley, which trailed 27-25 at the intermission.
RIVER VIEW 50, WAHLUKE 35: Asliyah Anderson had a game-high 20 points as the Panthers beat the Warriors on the road in SCAC East play.
River View led 16-8 after the first quarter and was never challenged.
Jacky Barajas led Wahluke with 14 points — 12 of which came in the first half.
TRI-CITES PREP 71, WALLA WALLA VALLEY ACADEMY 29: Talia von Oelhoffen scored 14 of her game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter as the Jaguars trounce the Knights in EWAC action in Pasco.
Emily Dickson added 16 points, and Alyssa Monteon 15 for TCP, which had all but one player score.
Willa King led WWVA with 16 points.
MABTON 68, LIBERTY CHRISTIAN 52: Katelyn Steele scored a game-high 20 points, but the host Patriots couldn’t keep pace with the Vikings in an EWAC matchup.
Britnee Guerrero led Mabton with 16 points, but caused even more havoc on the defensive side of the ball with 10 steals.