Prep girls basketball roundup
"We didn't make any shots and they did. Then we had to foul," Mark Morris coach Steve Rooklidge said. "It was a larger margin than it (should have been)."
The Eatons poured in 34 points 21 for Kourtney, 13 for Karley and Ashley Coons backed them up with 17.
"A really good defensive night for us. We shot well from the outside, dominated on the inside and pressured the ball quite a bit nike eyeglasses in the first half," Kalama coach Brynan Shipley said. "It was a good win."
Shipley had five assists and Bannister three in a game Shipley said was also full of steals for the Chinooks. in the Evergreen Holiday Tournament.
CEDAR PARK CHRISTIAN (26) Biscup nike h-t-m 8, Syuk 5, C. Biscup 4, Boersman 4, Barclay 3, Korolenko 2.
KALAMA (64) Kaelyn Shipley 21, Haley Bannister 13, Parker Esary 13, Mackenzi Badger 6, Khloe Clark 4, Jaden Howard 3, McKenna LaRoy 2, Jazzmine Rowland 2, Shannon McKee 0.
Cedar Park Christian 10 5 2 9 26
Battle Ground 55, Woodland 47: The Beavers gave the Tigers all they could handle for the final three quarters, but it wasn't enough to overcome a sloppy first period in which Woodland fell behind 18 5.
"We didn't show up until the second quarter," Coach Glen Flanagan said, "and that was too late."
Flanagan's team outscored Battle Ground 42 37 during the final 24 minutes despite struggling to handle the Tigers' heft in the post.
The Beavers have been searching all season for offense. On Monday, Flanagan turned to seldom used guard Grace Adams to find it.
After pouring in 22 points in a JV game on Saturday, Adams scored a team high 12 against Battle Ground to go along with seven rebounds.
"It was a huge game for her," Flanagan said. "She's been earning more time, and she did a great job for us. That's what we're looking for."
Woodland (1 1 in league, 3 5 overall) continues a stretch of brutal competition on Jan. 6, when it will host Washougal (7 1).
WOODLAND (47) Grace Adams 12, Kendall Grell 11, Jessica Flanagan 8, Sidra Malik 7, McKenna Mulder 6, Katie Cochran 2, Kayla Fredricks 1, Amber Malik 0.
BATTLE GROUND (55) nike 2017 shoes Blackman 22, Smith 9, Jarvis 8, Mosby 4, Russell 3, Stradley 3, Griffith 2, Poteat 2, Gillette 2.
Olivia Warren and Rachel Haas led the Tigers with seven points each. Makenzie Mitchell gave Clatskanie key minutes off the bench, registering two assists.
CLATSKANIE (30) Olivia Warren 7, Rachel Haas 7, Maisy Horness 4, Demi Farbo 4, Madeline Moravec 2, Carmen Lindblom 2, Makenzie Mitchell 2, Caitlin Ives 2.
Columbia River 43, Rainier 32: The Columbians used their high pressure defense to fluster the Chieftains during a second half comeback, but the rally wasn't enough to overcome a slow first quarter at the Vince Dulcich Memorial Tournament in Astoria.