Thursday Scores: Saints Hit Rough Road Patch; Wolves Drilled, Hawks Top Bobcats

Evan Coulter

Evan Coulter

Men’s basketball

Central Washington 83, Saint Martin’s 77
Team 1st 2nd Final
Saint Martin’s (2-3 GNAC, 5-8 overall) 36 41 77
Central Washington (2-2 GNAC, 6-6 overall) 40 43 83
SMU leader: Evan Coulter – 23 points

Evan Coulter, Isaac Bianchini and Tyler Copp each set career highs scoring 23, 15 and 14 points respectively and Saint Martin’s came back from down as many as 17 points to tie the game in the second half but weren’t able to get over the hump in the closing minutes and fell 83-77 to Central Washington in Ellensburg.

Mark McLaughlin scored 27 points and Kevin Davis racked up a double-double with 13 points and 13 boards.

Women’s basketball

Alaska-Fairbanks 78, Saint Martin’s 64
Team 1st 2nd Final
Saint Martin’s (3-1 GNAC, 9-4 overall) 27 37 64
Alaska-Fairbanks (2-3 GNAC, 8-5 overall) 43 35 78
SMU leader: Angela Gelhar – 18 points

Despite a six game winning streak, Saint Martin’s changed their starting lineup and struggled mightily in Fairbanks dropping their first GNAC game, 78-64, to Alaska. A 26-6 run in the first half sealed the deal early and the Nanooks led by as many as 27 in the second half.

Angela Gelhar scored 18 points – 10 from the free throw line for the Saints while Jordan Wilson did most of the damage for Alaska scoring 21 points with 14 rebounds.

Boys basketball

Willapa Valley 55, Northwest Christian 44
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Willapa Valley 16 13 17 9 55
Northwest Christian 12 12 4 13 41
NWC leader: Isaiah Koukal – 12 points
Columbia Adventist 50, Pope John Paul II 29


Girls basketball

WF West 70, Black Hills 42
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Black Hills (4-1 2A EvCo) 12 3 11 16 42
WF West (4-0 2A EvCo) 14 16 16 24 70
River Ridge 54, Aberdeen 39
RR: 3-2 2A EvCo – AB: 0-4 2A EvCo
Columbia Adventist 47, Pope John Paul II 16
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Posted on January 9, 2014, in Basketball, Black Hills HS, College, High school, Northwest Christian HS, Pope John Paul II HS, River Ridge HS, Saint Martin's University. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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