Tuesday Scoreboard: T-Birds, Wolves Boys, Cougars, Wolves Girls Win EvCo Openers
|Tumwater 69, Capital 55|
|Capital (0-1 2A EvCo)||8||15||16||16||55|
|Tumwater (1-0 2A EvCo)||18||11||18||22||69|
|CAP leader: Jacob Pratt – 19 points
TUM leader: David Cooper – 22 points
In a wide open 2A EvCo, Tumwater’s convincing 69-55 win over Capital helps them lay claim as the team to beat. David Cooper lead all scorers with 22 points and Josiah Warner added 18 in a game that saw the T-Birds jump out to a 10 point lead after the first eight minutes. Jacob Pratt scored 19 points for the Cougars in the loss.
|Black Hills 55, Aberdeen 34|
|Black Hills (1-0 2A EvCo)||14||18||13||10||55|
|Aberdeen (0-1 2A EvCo)||12||6||10||6||34|
Aberdeen took a 16-14 lead at the beginning of the second quarter but Black Hills put their foot on the gas and finished the quarter on an 18-2 run and never looked back en route to a 55-34 win.
|WF West 85, River Ridge 78|
|WF West (0-1 2A EvCo)||19||16||16||34||85|
|River Ridge (1-0 2A EvCo)||17||18||23||20||78|
|RR leader: Jason Kananin – 26 points|
With a 23 point third quarter, River Ridge broke a halftime tie to take a 58-51 lead. But WF West scored 34 points in a wild, 54 points total fourth quarter and the Bearcats walked away with an 85-78 win in the 2A EvCo opener. Tanner Gueller scored 31 points for WF West while Jason Kananin and Kobe Key scored 25 and 22 points respectively for the Hawks.
|Northwest Christian 51, South Bend 27|
Northwest Christian moved to 1-1 in the 2B Pacific with their 51-27 win in South Bend. They are now 3-3 overall.
|Black Hills 73, Aberdeen 35|
|Aberdeen (0-1 2A EvCo)||5||15||5||10||35|
|Black Hills (1-0 2A EvCo)||18||22||19||14||73|
|BH leader: Shayla Smothers – 19 points|
Shayla Smothers scored 19 points, Sarah McGee added 17 and Sydney Sauls chipped in 14 for Black Hills in their 2A conference opener 73-35 thumping of Aberdeen.
|Capital 54, Tumwater 40|
|Tumwater (0-1 2A EvCo)||8||10||9||13||40|
|Capital (1-0 2A EvCo)||14||11||12||17||54|
|TUM: Mackenzie Bergquist – 15 points
CAP leader: Rachel Fenton – 15 points
Capital took a six point lead after the first quarter and steadily pulled away from Tumwater in their conference opening 54-40 win. The Cougars’ Rachel Fenton and T-Birds’ Mackenzie Bergquist each scored 15 points, the only double digit scorers for either team.
|WF West 43, River Ridge 23|
|River Ridge (0-1 2A EvCo)||8||2||4||9||23|
|WF West (1-0 2A EvCo)||9||15||5||14||43|
|RR leader: McKenna Shultz – 15 points|
The game of the night turned into a WF West defensive clinic in the second quarter when the Bearcats held River Ridge to just two points in their 43-23 win to open conference play. Washington State signee Nike McClure scored 13 points and pulled down 15 boards for the Bearcats while McKenna Schultz outscored the rest of her team with 15 points for the Hawks.
|South Bend 36, Northwest Christian 24|
|Big Bend 75, SPSCC 28 – Box score|
|Big Bend (5-2 overall)||28||47||75|
|SPSCC (0-4 overall)||15||13||28|
|SPSCC leader: Sofia Guerra – 11 points|
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