Wednesday Scores: Blazers Advance to Regionals; Wolves, Hawks Girls Survive; Clipper Wrap Season

Boys basketball

3A WCD/Bi-District playoffs – Winner to regionals
Timberline 69, Enumclaw 61
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Timberline 10 19 19 21 69
Enumclaw 19 13 10 19 61
TIM: Brandell Evans – 24, Donaven Dorsey – 22

Timberline outscored Enuclaw 59-42 after falling behind by nine after the first quarter and advanced to regionals with a 69-61 win. The Blazers ended the Hornets eight game winning streak and moved into the semifinals where they will face Lincoln for the third time this season Friday night at Rogers High School in Puyallup. Brandell Evans scored 24 points and Donaven Dorsey added 22.

Girls basketball

2A District IV consolation bracket – loser-out
Black Hills 69, Centralia 49
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Black Hills 12 17 16 24 69
Centralia 14 13 10 12 49
BH: Taylor Sauls – 12, Sarah McGee – 11, Sydney Sauls, Nicole Nurmi – 10

A balanced scoring attack led by Taylor Sauls’ 12 points gave Black Hills a 69-49 win over Centralia in a loser-out game at WF West High School in Chehalis.

2A District IV consolation bracket – loser-out
River Ridge 50, Aberdeen 42
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Aberdeen 9 6 8 23 42
River Ridge 14 8 15 16 50

Aberdeen fought back from a big deficit in the fourth quarter but couldn’t get over the hump and River Ridge stayed alive with a 50-42 win in the second game in Chehalis. The Hawks will meet Black Hills on Saturday at 6:00 PM in a winner to regionals/loser-out game back at WF West.

Women’s basketball

Clark 86, SPSCC 48 – Box score
Team 1st 2nd Final
SPSCC (5-11 NWAACC West, 6-19 overall) 26 22 48
Clark (14-1 NWAACC West, 22-3 overall) 39 47 86
SPSCC: Ashley Stancil – 14 points, LaKeisha Anger – 13 points

SPSCC wrapped up their 2013-2014 season with a 86-48 loss to first place Clark in Vancouver. Ashley Stancil and LaKeisha Anger scored 14 and 13 points respectively and the Clippers finished with five division wins and went 6-19 overall. Anger finished as third in the NWAACC West scoring 15.8 points per game and fifth in the NWAACC with 10.41 rebounds per game.

Men’s basketball

Clark 88, SPSCC 69 – Box score
Team 1st 2nd Final
SPSCC (2-14 NWAACC West, 2-22 overall) 27 42 69
Clark (15-0 NWAACC West, 23-1 overall) 42 46 88
SPSCC: Keegan Liebelt – 23, Brandon McGurkin – 16, Slanblaytee Kaye – 14

Keegan Liebelt, Brandon McGurkin, Slanblaytee Kaye, Jonathan Roberts and Brian Tyson had their last 40 minute club meeting tonight with an 88-69 loss to the top team in the NWAACC, Clark, in Vancouver. Kaye scored 15.5 points per game, pulled down 8.09 rebounds per game, and was third in the NWAACC with 5.59 assists per game. The Clippers finished with just two wins this season.

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Posted on February 19, 2014, in Basketball, Black Hills HS, College, High school, River Ridge HS, South Puget Sound CC, Timberline HS. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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