Final Four & Placing Matches 3/5
Washougal fell just short to Archbishop Murphy as their season comes to an end, a fantastic season for these ladies although it was not the result they hoped. Once again Jaiden Bea led the way with 14 points and 13 rebounds ending her high school career with a double-double. Savea Mansfield contributed 13 points on the night ending her career on a high note as she finished with double digits in points. Wishing these ladies, the best of luck in their future and a big thank you for representing our local schools.
You made us all proud!
Hudson’s Bay narrowly defeats West Valley, as they stay alive and will play tomorrow against Archbishop Murphy. The winner will earn a 4th place finish in State and the losing side will earn a 6th place finish in state. Hudson’s Bay had three players scoring in double figures, Aniyah Hampton leading the team with 16 points, 7 assists & 6 steals! Mahaila Harrison finished with 12 points & 8 rebounds while Paytin Ballard recorded a double-double with 11 points & 10 rebounds.
Bay will take on Archbishop Murphy @8am today
Camas knocks off Lake Stevens to stay alive and play tomorrow against Richland with a chance to claim 4th place in State with a win or 6th place in state with a loss. This is the first time in history for Camas ladies basketball will place in state. Camas was led by standout performer Reagan Jamison with 10 points along with 9 rebounds. The Papermakers would have 3 players scoring 8 points apiece in Riley Sanz, Ava Smith and Keirra Thompson in what would be a well-rounded team effort.
Camas will play Richland @8am today
Union falls to Curtis for a second time, in another tough battle the Titans just couldn’t mount enough of a comeback to overtake this dominant Curtis team. The Vikings would get out to an early 8-0 lead and hold a consistent lead throughout the contest. Yanni Fassilis led the Titans with 17 points and floor general Bryson Metz would add 11 points as the Titans fall short. Union will take on Olympia with the winner placing 3rd in State, the losing side will take 5th in state.
RA Long battled with Lynden eventually a single score of 2 points would decide their fate as Lynden moves on. RA Long’s Cavin Holden scored 10 points along with Aaron Ofstun 12 points and Jamond Harris 12 points. But Lynden’s Anthony Canales & Jordan Medcalf would score 19 points each which would lead them to the victory. RA Long will play North Kitsap with the winning side placing 3rd in State and the losing side placing 5th.
By Cody Escott