Roundup: Woodinville in Surf Division final
Woodinville will play for the girls championship of the Surf Division in the Surf 'N Slam Tournament after beating Archbishop Prendergast...
SAN DIEGO — Woodinville will play for the girls championship of the Surf Division in the Surf 'N Slam Tournament after beating Archbishop Prendergast of Drexel Hill, Pa., 61-46 Wednesday.
Woodinville (6-0) got 16 points each from juniors Ashley Tuiasosopo and Amanda Best and was in control at halftime, 25-15, against the Pandas from suburban Philadelphia.
In the second half, the Falcons hit 7 of 10 three-point attempts.
Woodinville, which beat Orange, N.J., 58-42 in a first-round game Tuesday, will play Service High School of Anchorage for the championship today.
Inglemoor 55, Ellensburg 46
At the Holiday Hoops Classic in Ellensburg, 6-foot junior Sarah Ena scored 16 points and Inglemoor (5-1) used a 20-point second quarter to take command against Ellensburg. Ashley Brown added 15 points and 12 rebounds, and Danika Brace had 11 points and seven assists for the Vikings.
Mount Si 64, Sandpoint, Idaho 27
At the Holiday Hoops Classic, Tara Eddings, Caitie Richards and Madison Yakaboski had double-doubles as the 10th-ranked Wildcats bounced back from a Tuesday loss to No. 3 West Valley of Yakima. Mount Si (6-3) held Sandpoint to 17 percent shooting (8 of 46). Eddings had 15 points and 10 rebounds. Richards collected 14 points, 10 rebounds, eight assists and five steals. Yakaboski had 13 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and four steals. The Wildcats play Moscow, Idaho today for fourth place.
Bonney Lake 36, Cascade Christian 33
In the Sumner Holiday Tournament at Bonney Lake, the Panthers got the first girls victory in school history as sophomore Ciara Moorehouse hit two big free throws with six seconds left. Moorehouse made eight steals. Another sophomore, Stephanie Mehr, collected 12 points and 12 rebounds for Bonney Lake (1-5). Freshman Izzy Meyer made a crucial basket for the Panthers after collecting a loose ball with two minutes left.
Lindbergh 58, Sumner 43
In the Sumner Holiday Tournament, 6-foot-1 freshman Marcisa McMillan scored 19 of her 27 points in a big second half and had 14 rebounds and two blocks to power the Eagles (7-1) past the Spartans (0-7). Asya Love added 13 points and four assists and Cenetra McMillan had 12 points and 10 rebounds for Lindbergh. Jordan Daniels scored 14 for Sumner.
Seattle Prep 67, Meridian 27
At the Storm Winter Classic in Bellingham, 6-1 sophomore Candace Chambers collected 12 points, nine rebounds and three blocks as the Panthers (4-5) overpowered the 2A Trojans.
Cleveland 49, San Dimas, Calif., 39
At the Cascade Classic at Eastlake, Seanitta Tatum's 16 points and seven rebounds led the Eagles (3-4) to a victory.
Cedarcrest 57, Lambrick Park, B.C., 56
At the Victoria Prep Invitational, Cedarcrest (8-0) rallied, outscoring the Canadians 26-9 in the third quarter. Karen Lawton had 18 points, six assists and four steals, and Whitney Oviatt had 15 points and six assists for Cedarcrest.
Riverside 40, Seattle Christian 34
At the Seattle Christian Christmas Classic, Riverside of Chattaroy survived 22 turnovers to beat the Warriors (4-3) in the championship game. Noelle Simpson had nine points, six rebounds and five assists for Seattle Christian.
Christian Faith 51, Rainier Chr. 39
At the Seattle Christian Christmas Classic, Stephanie Peña-Howell's 14 points led the Eagles (6-2) of Seattle to third place. Lindsey Ferguson scored 14 for the Mustangs (3-5) from Auburn.
Chimacum 63, Lakewood 53
At the Cougar Classic in Lakewood, tournament MVP Caitlin Eldridge led the Cowboys (5-3) to the title with 16 points, 12 rebounds and four assists. Kylie Garing added 15 points for Chimacum. Aly Stewart led Lakewood (1-7) with 13 points.
Foster 65, Highline 21
In the Foster tournament, Valencia Doty scored 25 points with six assists and six steals as the Bulldogs (5-2) overwhelmed the Pirates (0-8).
Renton 46, Klahowya 34
In the Foster tournament, Crystal Robinson of Renton (3-5) scored 15 points and hit three of the Indians' five three-pointers.
At Marysville-Pilchuck 65, Jackson 56
Nicole Peterson hit a clutch three-pointer in the final three minutes and Amanda Dunbar scored 29 as the Tomahawks (4-3) held off the Timberwolves (5-2). Dunbar hit four three-pointers and 11 of 13 free throws. Ashley Todd scored 22 and Kristi Kingma 17 for Jackson.
At Lake Stevens 72, Everett 39
Sophomore guard Mary Ochiltree scored 19, including five three-pointers, and Brittany Aanstad and Courtney Fisher each scored 14 as the Vikings (8-1) blew out the Seagulls (2-4).
Kamiak 54, at Stanwood 45
Nicole Bozek's 18 points helped the Knights (1-5) survive a rocky third quarter for their first victory. Rachele Kloke scored 20 and Katie Epperson had 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Spartans (2-5).
At Meadowdale 62, Bishop Blanchet 37
Marelle Moehrle and Cambria Smith scored a dozen points apiece, Eryn Jones had 11 and Hanna Fjortoft scored 10 off the bench as the Mavericks (7-0), ranked seventh in Class 4A, beat Blanchet (3-6).
Mariner 39, at Juanita 33
Danielle Greaby and Erica Huffman each scored 14 for the Marauders (4-3) against the Rebels (1-5).
At Enumclaw 51, Cascade 36
Senior guard Lindsey Clyde (18 points, 4 assists) and Randi Francis (18 points, 7 rebounds, 6 steals) of Enumclaw (6-2) were too much for Cascade. They combined for four three-pointers in the first quarter. The Bruins (1-6) were blanked 8-0 in the pivotal third quarter.
At Auburn 46, Penrith, Australia 32
Paese Strickland's double-double (16 points, 10 rebounds) led the Trojans (3-5).