Tuesday Scores: Wolves Boys Stay Alive, Bears Drop Out

2-4-BH-WFW-Scoreboard
Boys basketball

Black Hills 59, WF West 57
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Black Hills (3-8 2A EvCo) 11 13 13 22 59
WF West (6-4 2A EvCo) 10 12 15 20 57
BH leader: TJ Mickleson – 26 points

Freshman sensation TJ Mickleson scored 26 points and Tre’Marcus Hackney added 10 points to lead last place Black Hills to a 59-57 road win over WF West. The Wolves improved to 3-8 in 2A EvCo play and are still alive for one of the five 2A EvCo spots with one game left against fifth place Tumwater on Friday night.

River Ridge 57, Aberdeen 36
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Aberdeen 13 8 6 9 36
River Ridge 12 14 16 15 57
RR leader: Kobe Key – 13 points
Centralia 58, Tumwater 52
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Centralia 15 15 13 15 58
Tumwater 10 13 17 12 52
TUM leader: David Cooper – 18 points

Tumwater dropped to 4-6 in the 2A EvCo with their 58-52 loss to Centralia and are clinging to the last playoff spot with two games left to play. They face Black Hills on Friday and River Ridge in one week. David Cooper scored 18 points and Josiah Warner chipped in 10.

Bellarmine 56, Olympia 55
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Bellarmine (6-5 4A Narrows) 9 13 11 23 56
Olympia (4-7 4A Narrows) 19 16 7 13 54
OLY leader: Khalil Matheney – 20 points

Olympia’s playoff hopes were dashed in the last second when Malachi Flynn’s three pointer with 1.1 seconds left completed a Bellarmine comeback to give them a 56-55 win. The Bears led by 12 at the half and still held a 12 point lead with just over two minutes left to play. The loss drops Oly to 4-7 in the 4A Narrows, two games behind the last playoff spot with just one game left to play.

Wishkah 78, Pope John Paul II 30


Girls basketball

Timberline 45, Stadium 25
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Timberline (12-6 overall) 14 10 12 9 45
Stadium (3-16 overall) 7 6 5 7 25
TIM leader: Linae Myhand – 15 points
Bellarmine 60, Olympia 39
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Olympia (6-5 4A Narrows) 4 10 16 9 39
Bellarmine (11-0 4A Narrows) 12 15 15 18 60
OLY leader: Laura Snodgrass – 13 points
WF West 70, Black Hills 44
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
WF West (10-0 2A EvCo) 18 21 19 13 70
Black Hills (8-3 2A EvCo) 10 9 14 11 44
BH leader: Shayla Smothers – 11 points

WF West’s 70-44 win over Black Hills clinched the league title for the Bearcats and dropped the Wolves into a tie with River Ridge for the second playoff spot. Shayla Smothers was the only Wolves player to score in double digits with 11 points while Nike McClure dropped 23 points in the win for Chehalis.

River Ridge 70, Aberdeen 39
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
River Ridge (8-3 2A EvCo) 16 22 21 13 70
Aberdeen (3-7 2A EvCo) 12 12 10 5 39
Centralia 51 (4-6 2A EvCo), Tumwater (2-8 2A EvCo) 41
Pope John Paul II 38, Wishkah 33
Raymond (10-1 2B Pacific) 50, Northwest Christian (5-7 2B Pacific) 48
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Posted on February 4, 2014, in Basketball, Black Hills HS, High school, Northwest Christian HS, Olympia HS, Pope John Paul II HS, River Ridge HS, Timberline HS, Tumwater HS. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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