District IV 2B Roundup: Raymond girls survive in loser-out game

  • Tue Feb 14th, 2017 1:30am
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Girls Basketball

Gulls 54, Loggers 29

ROCHESTER — The second and third quarters were the biggest difference between Raymond and Onalaska on Monday night as the Gulls advance through the loser’s bracket in the District IV 2B tournament.

Down 9-8 after one quarter, the Gulls found their shooting range — led by Aubree Gardner — to fly away with a cumulative 36-5 second and third quarters. Gardner led all scorers with 19 points, 18 of which came in the second and third quarters.

“The biggest thing came in the second quarter; we were able to hit some 3-pointers and that gave us confidence,” Raymond head coach Jason Koski said.

Today, Raymond (20-3) will take on Toutle Lake in a winner-to-regional, loser-out game at 6:30 p.m. at Black Hills High School.

Onalaska 9 2 3 15 — 29 Raymond 8 16 20 10 — 54

Onalaska (29) — Duryea, Walters, Glenn, Nevitt 6, Mitten, Sabin 5, Morris, Hoyt 3, H. Pannkuk 9, M. Pannkuk, Barerra 6, Bogar. FG — 13-39. FT — 1-2.

Raymond (54) — Williams 7, Mora 4, Collins 2, Harland, Gardner 19, Souvannavanh, Warnstadt 2, Newman 8, Flemetis 11, Stepp, Quintanna, Miller 1. FG — 19-67. FT — 5-11.

Vikings 48, Hyaks 46

MONTESANO — Leading by seven after three quarters, North Beach was unable to hold off Mossyrock’s rally in the fourth quarter to fall in a loser-out contest on Monday evening.

The Hyaks led, 36-29, after three. Then, a series of Hyak turnovers and offensive rebounds by the Loggers helped erase the deficit. Mossyrock grabbed the lead, 48-46, before North Beach’s chance to tie fell away late.

“A couple of turnovers here, offensive rebounds there, and all of a sudden, they hit a 3 to come back and tie the game,” North Beach head coach Larry Moore said. “The girls played hard, but we needed to take care of the ball better, rebound better.”

Reilly Moore led with 13 points and Helen Garman added 12 points and seven rebounds for the Hyaks (13-10).

Coach Moore cited his three seniors — Reilly Moore, Hannah Avery and Helen Garman — for their hard work this season and in their basketball careers.

North Beach 10 15 11 10 — 46 Mossyrock 7 11 11 19 — 48

North Beach (46) — Desamours 6, Moore 13, Avery 7, Vogler 8, McGehee, Garman 12. FG — 15-47. FT — 9-14.

Mossyrock (48) — Fried 14, Grose 10, S. Hadaller, Moorcroft 7, Edgar, H. Hadaller, Nelson 7, Carlson 10. FG — n/a. FT — 8-16.

Pirates 76, Wildcats 31

MONTESANO — Ocosta’s season came to an end on Monday when it was knocked off by Adna in a district loser-out game at Montesano.

Details of the contest were not reported.

Boys Basketball

Warriors 87, Gulls 66

TUMWATER — Raymond led by five after three quarters before Chief Leschi began hitting from all over the court for a 36-point fourth quarter to end the Gulls’ season in a district loser-out contest on Monday night.

The Gulls led, 56-51, after three quarters. Then, the Warriors knocked down five 3-pointers and converted more field goals all over the court to seal the win.

“They were hitting from just about everywhere,” Raymond head coach Derek Rask said. “We didn’t do a good job of defending. It was a good battle, back and forth.”

Kason Koski led the Gulls with 20 points and Luke Hamilton finished with a double-double — 13 points and 10 rebounds. Both seniors were cited by Rask for their efforts this season and to the program.

Rask also cited Koski for his two milestones this season — scoring more than 1,000 points in his career and scoring 400 points in a season.

Raymond season comes to an end with a 13-10 record.

Chief Leschi 12 20 19 36 — 87 Raymond 19 19 18 13 — 66

Chief Leschi (87) — Fossella, D. Gower 15, Y. Gower 11, Baker 25, Aughkopinee 22, Irvin 12, Horton 2. FG — 32-85. FT — 12-20.

Raymond (66) — Phonsisay 12, K. Koski 20, Enslow, Anderson 11, Maden, Hubbard, Sida 6, Souvannavanah 2, Hamilton 13, Collins 2, Ko. Koski. FG — 23-58. FT — 12-20.

Chinooks 65, Wildcats 52

TUMWATER — Taking control with a 24-point second quarter, Kalama ended Ocosta’s season in the District IV Class 2B tournament on Monday night at Black Hills.

The Chinooks broke open a tight contest in the second period en route to a 34-21 halftime lead. Kalama then fended off some Wildcat comeback attempts in the second half.

“Their three post players had (a combined) 20 points in the second quarter,” Ocosta coach Jason Quinby said. “Just some inside scoring in the second quarter did us in. We were a little late rotating over.”

Zach Allton paced Ocosta with 15 points. Richard Dueber added 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Wildcats, who closed out their season at 7-16.

Quinby saluted Drake Mitby, the club’s lone senior, who pulled down eight rebounds.

Kalama 10 24 13 18 — 65 Ocosta 8 13 16 15 — 52

Kalama (65) — Stemkoski, O’Neil 4, Ross 1, Vandeberg, Lindse 3, Walker 17, Dyer 20, Gerega 20, Wood. FG — 26-57 (.456). FT — 11-19.

Ocosta (52) — Bailey, Allton 15, Sevilla, Waara, C. Hatton 5, Beck 7, Bjornsgard 1, Mitby 7, Dueber 14, H. Hatton, Wardlow 3. FG — 19-53 (.358). FT — 11-17.