Prep Roundup: Raymond can’t hold first-half lead, losses season-opener to Tenino

Also: Aberdeen bowling drops match to WF West


Tenino 54, Raymond 47

The Seagulls sputtered offensively in the second half in a season-opening loss to Tenino Monday night in Raymond.

The Seagulls got off to a strong start, leading the Beavers 30-20 at halftime, but saw the lead dwindled as Raymond couldn’t get shots to fall late in the game.

Raymond head coach Derek Rask said foul trouble contributed to his team falling out of its rhythm.

“We got into foul trouble in the third quarter, which changed the pace of the game in favor of Tenino,” he said. “We simply had a poor second half, and they took advantage of our struggles on both ends of the floor.”

Yngwie Dowies led the way for Tenino’s comeback with a game-high 23 points.

Raymond’s Devine Souvannavanh helped keep Raymond in the game with eight rebounds and a team-leading 16 points.

The Seagulls will jump right into its league schedule with a game at Wilapa Valley at 7 p.m. on Wednesday.

Raymond- 17, 13, 9, 8- 47

Tenino- 10, 10, 19, 15- 54

Top Players: Raymond – Souvannavanh (16 pts., 8 reb.), Tre Seydel (8 pts.), Jose Delgado (7 pts.)


WF West 15, Aberdeen 3

Aberdeen had a tough time keeping up with an undefeated WF West team in a 15-3 loss to the Bearcats on Monday at Fairway Lanes in Centralia.

Aberdeen’s Bryerlee Perry collected 305 pins to lead the Bobcats on her way to defeating Leslie Erwin in both of their matchups.

Kaitlyn Martin accounted for Aberdeen’s other match victory with a close 149-147 win over Jessica Loflin.

WF West improved its record to 4-0 with the win.

Aberdeen (1,541) – Perry (305), Martin (290), Maddie Reyes (269), Annabelle Micheau (250), Gracie Silva (202)

WF West (1,830) – Ellie Bunker (346), Loflin (314), Kelsey Stritmatter (285), Brianna Powe (283), Erwin (281)