High School Basketball

Hanford boys top Hermiston; Pasco girls drop Ike

Tri-City Herald

Hanford High School’s Will Eldred (10) throws a pass past the Hermiston defense during Tuesday’s game at Hanford High School.
Hanford High School’s Will Eldred (10) throws a pass past the Hermiston defense during Tuesday’s game at Hanford High School. Tri-City Herald

Jalayne Martinez scored 17 of her game-high 27 points in the first quarter as the visiting Pasco girls rolled past Eisenhower 81-43 in a nonleague game Tuesday night.

Julissa Perez added 16 points for the Bulldogs, now 1-1.

PASCO: Lopez 10, M.Martinez 2, A.Flores, Gutierrez 9, B.Flores 1, Wilkinson, Jalayne Martinez 27, Pesina 5, Julissa Perez 16, Lexi Montelongo 9, McEnderfer 2.

EISENHOWER: Lynn, Grunlose 2, Cassel 5, Garcia 2, Sydney Wamock 10, Olney 1, Owens 2, Stohr 5, Hammer 6, Pena 5, Olsen 5.

Pasco

38

15

17

11

81

Eisenhower

17

14

7

5

43

Highlights — Montelongo 8 assists, 5 steals; Maylie Martinez 5 rebounds.

KAMIAKIN 80, WEST VALLEY-YAKIMA 72: Kiley Larson scored a game-high 22 points and freshman Oumou Toure added 20 — most of them in the key fourth quarter — as host Kamiakin held off West Valley of Yakima in a nonleague game.

WEST VALLEY-YAKIMA: Burns 3, Nagle 5, Massey, Rubwright 13, Webb 21, Peters, Rasmussen 14, Teske 16.

KAMIAKIN: Larson 22, Toure 20, Hazel 16, Holle 12, Williams 8, L.Brown 1, S.Brown 1, Clark.

West Valley-Yakima

16

13

27

16

72

Kamiakin

19

10

28

23

80

Hermiston 60, Hanford 18: Sara Ramirez and Maddy Juul combined for 28 points to lift the Bulldogs to a lopsided road win over the Falcons.

MacKenzie Beaver scored eight points to lead Hanford.

“We are learning how to battle together, and I’m proud that we didn’t give up,” Falcons coach Evan Woodward said. “(Hermiston) took advantage of quite a few mistakes.”

HERMISTON: H.Myers, Andriessen, Maddy Juul 13, R.Hyers 3, Jansen Edmiston 10, Kynzee Padilla 11, Gilbert 4, Heehn 4, Thomas, Sara Ramirez 15.

HANFORD: Mendoza 2, Beattie, Moore 2, Mars, Romero, Downard 2, Harlow 2, Dye 2, MacKenzie Beaver 8.

Hermiston

17

20

12

11

60

Hanford

4

4

6

4

18

Highlights — Jull 10 rebs; Edmiston 9 rebs.

Richland 45, Davis 38: Gia Sorn led all scorers with 19 points as the Bombers held the Pirates to just 22 percent shooting in a nonleague home win.

Kamri vonOelhoffen chipped in 10 points for Richland.

DAVIS: Garcia, Bueno 10, Marquez 5, Imani Brown 13, Billups, Burman, Cambell, Perry 2, Wheeler 8. Totals: 13-60 8-16 38.

RICHLAND: Webb 3, Trappett 4, Robertson, Haugen, Von Oelhoffen 10, Stevens 3, Wellsandt 4, Gia Sorn 19, Pierce 2. Totals: 13-45 16-23 45.

Davis

9

11

7

11

38

Richland

15

6

10

14

45

Highlights — Hailey Stevens 7 rebs; Mickala Trappett 6 rebs; Wheeler 7 rebs.

WALLA WALLA 49, PENDLETON 30: Kate Hogan scored 13 points, Meghan Yenney added 11, and Walla Walla shut out host Pendleton in the fourth quarter to ewin a nonleague game.

WALLA WALLA: F.Hoe 8, Locati 8, L.Hoe, Enriquez 3, Meghan Yenney 11, Kate Hogan 13, Wenzel 2, Doepker 4. Totals: 19-45 7-10 49.

PENDLETON: Kalan McGlothan 8, Gentner 4, Richards 4, H.Greb 2, S.Greb 2, Fell, Porter 2, Davies 6, Hoffman 2.

Walla Walla

13

13

13

10

49

Pendleton

6

14

10

0

30

OTHELLO 43, QUINCY 34: Diamond Franco had 7 points and five steals to help lead Othello over visiting Quincy in a CWAC contest.

QUINCY: Avila 3, Ramsey 4, Nielson 9, Bishop 3, Camacho 4, Alejandres 2, Donovan 6, Faw 3, Buenrostro, Schaapman.

OTHELLO: H.Valdez 3, Franco 7, Hampton 7, Quigley 5, Andersen 3, Tovar 5, Coronado 7, Randolph 4, Garza, Monroy, Heist, D.Valdez.

Quincy

6

10

9

9

34

Othello

10

16

7

10

43

Highlights — Diamond Franco 5 steals; Tenaya Andersen 10 rebounds; Macey Hampton 4 steals.

EAST VALLEY-YAKIMA 43, PROSSER 29: Marissa Cortes had 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as host Prosser lost a CWAC contest to East Valley of Yakima.

EAST VALLEY-YAKIMA: Kaileigh Bietrich 16, Monrique 8, Willett 5, Hooker 6, Ackley, Sharp 2, Lang 3, Vickers 2, Vivins, Valdez, Harris 1. Totals: 17-41 10-12 43.

PROSSER: Marissa Cortes 14, Smith 3, Cox 2, Teel 4, Wildman, Munoz 2, Gonzalez, Colson 4, Yager. Totals: 11-47 5-15 29.

East Valley-Yakima

9

8

12

14

43

Prosser

3

11

2

13

29

Highlights — Bietrich 9 rebounds; Cortes 7 rebounds, 4 steals.

RIVER VIEW 46, HIGHLAND 43: Morgan Munson scored 10 points and Dakota Dickinson added 9 points and three steals, as host River View beat Highland in a nonleague contest.

HIGHLAND: Garent 6, Pimental 1, Gonzalez 2, Preston, Guizada 2, Monson 8, Alexander 4, Silva, Daniell Pucharel 20.

RIVER VIEW: Chamberlin 4, Morgan Munson 10, D.Dickinson 9, Garland, Sakota 4, Brisby 4, Anderson 9, A.Dickinson 4, Chavez 2, Holden.

Highland

8

7

17

11

43

River View

9

14

10

13

46

Highlights — Dakota Dickinson 3 steals; Chavez 7 rebounds.

TOUCHET 64, ST. JOHN-ENDICOTT 49: Ciera Jo McKeown had 35 points and 10 rebounds, and Katie Skramstad added 20 points, as visiting Touchet beat St. John-Endicott in a Southeast 1B game.

TOUCHET: Richards 2, Katie Skramstad 20, Cierra Jo McKeown 35, Aceves, McGreevey 2, Miller, Kromm, Grudzinski 2, Vasquez, Jaggar 3, Combs.

ST. JOHN-ENDICOTT: Jazmyn Ray 7, Lamb, Schmick 3, Gl.Dickerson, K.Ray 2, Abby Glorfield 21, Blumenshein, Corder 6, Gr.Dickerson 10.

Touchet

19

18

18

9

64

St. John-Endicott

18

9

7

15

49

Highlights — McKeown 10 rebounds; Skramstad 5 assists; Gracie Dickerson 11 rebounds, 5 assists.

Boys basketball

HANFORD 74, HERMISTON 58: Hanford used a 22-9 third quarter to pull away from visiting Hermiston.

Ben Seaman led the Falcons with 23 points, while Tyler Miller added 22 and Jacob Sivonen had 16. Will Eldred had 11 assists and four steals for Hanford.

Austin Naillon led Hermiston with 16 points, while Andrew James and Tre Neal had 14 each.

HERMISTON: Flores 3, D.Neal 6, Austin Naillon 16, James 14, T.Neal 14, Wells 5, Garcia, McCullough, Palmer, Pederson. Totals: 20-64 14-21 58.

HANFORD: Eldred 4, Miller 22, Ben Seaman 23, Sutey, Sivonen 16, Taylor 5, Izquierdo, Lanning 4, VanderTop. Totals: 28-55 10-22 74.

Hermiston

14

15

9

20

58

Hanford

16

17

22

19

74

Highlights — Tre Neal 9 rebounds; Chance Flores 7 rebounds; Jacob Sivonen 10 rebounds; Will Eldred 11 assists, 4 steals.

RICHLAND 77, DAVIS 65: Steven Beo had 25 points, six assists and five rebounds, and Tyler Kurtz added 16 points as the Bombers won a nonleaguer on the road.

Richland opened a seven-point lead at the half and stretched it to 20 in the fourth quarter. Landon Radliff chipped in 13 points.

RICHLAND: Steven Beo 25, Stevens, Wagar 8, Radliff 13, Kurtz 16, Sanderson 2, Wills 1, Galliher, Sorn 10, Smith 2.

DAVIS: Navarro 12, Bales-Walker 7, Wise 12, Delgado 8, Burrieta, Imperial 2, Hernandez-Briscoe 7, Gordon, Kelley 14, Perry 3, Meza.

Richland

19

19

24

15

77

Davis

20

11

22

14

65

Highlights — Beo 6 asts, 5 rebs; Colin Kelley 13 rebs.

CHIAWANA 79, MOSES LAKE 62: Andrey Voloshin scored a game-high 33 points, and Chandler Hansen and Tre Joseph combined for 30 more as the Riverhawks outscore the Chiefs 49-30 in the second half to earn the nonleague win.

Chiawana struggled to contain Moses Lake big man Cesar Sandoval, who finished with 29 points and 15 rebounds, but moved the ball much better in the second half and shot 52 percent (25-for-48) for the game. They also committed just three turnovers over the final two quarters.

Tre Joseph led the Riverhawks with eight rebounds, and Jalen King — a transfer from Pasco — chipped in seven points, six rebounds and three blocks.

“I was very happy with the second half. It’s a very young season,” Chiawana coach Chad Herron said. “(Voloshin) was in rhythm tonight. He did a good job with his mid-range jumper.”

MOSES LAKE: Cesar Sandoval 29, Gonzalez 15, Thomas 9, Hirz, Phillips, Karstetter 9. Totals: 23-60 12-15 62.

CHIAWANA: Andrey Voloshin 33, Tre Joseph 15, Chandler Hansen 15, King 7, Taylor 2, Garcia, Cazier 7. Totals: 25-48 17-22 79.

Moses Lake

8

24

14

16

62

Chiawana

18

12

22

27

79

Highlights — Sandoval 15 rebs; Phillips 3 steals; Gonzales 3 steals; Tre Joseph 8 rebs, 4 assists; Jalen King 6 rebs, 3 blocks; Cazier 4 assists.

KAMIAKIN 71, WEST VALLEY YAKIMA 41: Isaiah Brimmer scored 25 points, and Hayden Nelson added 17 points and nine rebounds as the Braves outscored the visiting Rams in each quarter in a nonleague win.

“We came out with good defensive intensity and were able to set the tone early,” Kamiakin coach Brian Meneely said.

The Braves also outrebounded West Valley 43-21, which helped them control the paint.

“We always want to win the rebounding battle. That’s the key to being able to get out and run,” Meneely said. “It was nice to see us sharing the ball and defending.”

WEST VALLEY: Justin Van De Brake 11, David Lindgren 11, Stein 8, Orvald, Caudill 7, Bailey, Cluff, Johnson 3, Turner 1. Totals: 15-46 8-14 41.

KAMIAKIN: Hill 5, Paxton 8, Grayson 4, Isaiah Brimmer 25, Hayden Nelson 17, Bailey 3, Ellison, Kenzie, Raydie 3, Larson 6. Totals: 26-50 14-19 71.

West Valley-Yak

7

13

13

8

41

Kamiakin

20

16

16

19

71

Highlights — Nelson 9 rebs; Brimmer 4 assists, 5 rebs; Garrett Paxton 6 rebs.

WALLA WALLA 66, PENDLETON 56: Andrew Harvey collected 19 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Blue Devils to a nonleague home win over the Buckaroos.

Wa-Hi started slow, however, trailing 19-7 after one quarter but outscored Pendleton 41-19 over the next two quarters.

Mitch Lesmeister added 14 points and three steals for the Devils.

PENDLETON: Adams 3, Cockburn, Quinn 9, Morris 6, Peterson, Stuvland 2, Roe, Caden Smith 22, James Bradt 14. Totals: 17-42 15-16 56.

WALLA WALLA: Greene 2, Mitch Lesmeister 14, Funk 6, Olivares 10, Babbitt 10, Porter 5, Andrew Harvey 19, Aichele, Adkins. Totals: 24-53 11-13 66.

Pendleton

19

10

9

18

56

Walla Walla

7

22

19

18

66

Highlights — Stuvland 6 rebs; Harvey 14 rebs, 5 assists; Lesmeister 3 steals.

KITTITAS 70, WAHLUKE 53: Brock Ravet hit eight 3-pointers for 42 points to lift the Coyotes to a nonleague road win over the Warriors. Sergio Piniero led Wahluke with 20 points.

KITTITAS: Caleb Harris 20, Foreman, Arnold, Gibson 3, Brown 3, McIrvin, Arreola, Brock Ravet 42.

WAHLUKE: Cardoza 7, Olivares, Cabrera 5, Testa 3, Hidalgo 7, Buck 7, Yorgeson, Kinney, Sergio Piniero 20, Gonzalez 4.

Kittitas

20

19

13

18

70

Wahluke

14

10

15

14

53

RIVER VIEW 66, HIGHLAND 47: Mario Jaramillo recorded a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds to lift the Panthers to a home win over the Scots.

HIGHLAND: Alijah Mitchell 23, Rodney King 12, Smith 6, Govea 4, Estrada 2, Keller, Velasquez.

RIVER VIEW: Morio Jaramillo 16, Roberts 10, Trapp 4, Salinas 2, Westberg 12, Ard 2, Hamlin 10, Guzman 6, Serven 4.

Highland

14

8

16

9

47

River View

15

13

21

17

66

Highlights — Jaramillo 11 rebs; Westberg 10 rebs.

SUNNYSIDE 67, GRANDVIEW 56: Trey Sanchez and Art Palacios scored 15 points each to lead visiting Sunnyside over Grandview in a nonleague game.

SUNNYSIDE: Trey Sanchez 15, Art Palacios 15, Rivera, Maltos 10, Wutzke, Bowman 10, Valle 4, Romero 4, Cuello, Garza 9.

GRANDVIEW: Flores 4, Mendoza 14, Fonseca, Medina 2, Mata, Moreno 7, Gunner Chronis 27, Abarca, Bridger 2.

Sunnyside

25

12

11

19

67

Grandview

15

13

14

14

56

Highlights — Ivan Romero 14 rebounds; Nate Maltos 10 rebounds; Palacios 5 assists.

QUINCY 52, OTHELLO 38: Trenton Cutforth scored 11 points, but it wasn’t enough as Othello lost a CWAC game to visiting Quincy.

QUINCY: Guzman 6, Murphy, Lopez 2, Peterson 3, Guerrero 2, Faras 16, Chavez 2, Horning 4, Daniel Garcia 17.

OTHELLO: Hilmes 6, Garcia 3, Villarreal 9, Trenton Cutforth 11, Valdez 5, Valdovinos 2, Gutierrez 2, Buenrostro, DeLeon.

Quincy

13

13

17

9

52

Othello

7

6

9

16

38

KIONA-BENTON 75, SUNNYSIDE CHRISTIAN 52: Darrel Wheeler, Nate Rossine and Raymond Torres combined to score 59 points to lead the Bears to a nonleague road win.

Chance Marsh scored 18 for Sunnyside Christian.

KIONA-BENTON: Darrel Wheeler 22, Walker 4, Nate Rossine 18, Rodriguez, Lucetero, Carter, Raymond Torres 19, Rizin 6, Manson 5, Lewis.

SUNNYSIDE CHRISTIAN: Wagenar 6, Bosma 4, Chance Marsh 18, Vuim, L. Marsh 9, Dykstra 7, J. Faber 8, R. Faber.

Kiona-Benton

19

17

18

21

75

Sunny Christian

6

20

13

13

52

Highlights — Wheeler 11 rebs; Torres 5 asts.

Bowling

HANFORD 3, CONNELL 1: Sara Harris rolled a 247 and 190 as host Hanford routed Connell in an MCC match at Atomic Bowl.

Scratch — Game 1: Hanford 826 (Sara Harris 190, McKenzie Kania 177, Danyelle Moore 174, Amanda Knowles 144, Emily Goodnight 141), Connell 551 (Shelby Kessler 124, Jenona Rigor 114, Maddison Baxter 111, Lexi Olsen 108, Tat 94). Game 2: Hanford 820 (Harris 247, Goodnight 180, Margaret Lowman 153, Kania 120, Knowles 120), Connell 603 (Baxter 149, Kessler 145, Olsen 133, Rigor 104, Hannah Votaw 72). Baker — Game 1: Connell 162, Hanford 119. Game 2: Hanford 168, Connell 107. Total pins — Hanford 1933, Connell 1423.

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