Basin roundup: Quincy picks up blowout win against Wapato

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QUINCY — Quincy feasted on Wapato for a 43-7 win.

Pablo Mariscal rushed for two touchdowns and Isaiah Ayala caught two more.

Wahluke 50, Kiona-Benton 13

BENTON CITY — Quarterback Oscar Rodriguez returned to the lineup, providing a boost, and Wahluke routed Kiona-Benton 50-13.

Rodriguez tossed five touchdowns and 388 yards. Isaac Sanchez caught two reception touchdowns and totaled 172 receiving yards.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 76, Bridgeport 6

BRIDGEPORT — Top-ranked Almira/Coulee-Hartline led 54-0 at halftime and blew away Bridgeport 76-6.

Hayden Loomis scored a rushing and receiving touchdown.

Colfax 29, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague

COLFAX — Lind-Ritzville/Sprague was shut out in the first half and lost to Colfax 29-13.

Austin Thompson caught a 21-yard touchdown from quarterback Bryce Kelly.

Prep volleyball

Asotin 3, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 2

ASOTIN — Adrienne Washington registered 30 kills and Asotin outlasted Lind-Ritzville/Sprague in five sets 25-15, 22-25, 19-25, 25-23, 15-11.

Washington had a match-high 30 kills to go with 12 assists.

The Broncos’ Eliza Galbreath and Lacey Miller had 14 kills and 16 assists, respectively.

Cross country

Sunfair Invite

Boys

Team winner: Kamiakin 9. Local team: 13. Moses Lake 82.

Elite winner: Jonas Price, Eisenhower, 15:23.95. Top elite local: 22. Joshua Cooper, Moses Lake, 17:20.19.

Girls

Team winner: South Kitsap 20. Local team: 7. Moses Lake 73.

Elite winner: Annika Reiss, Bellingham, 18:28.61. Top elite local: 12. Camille Carpenter, Moses Lake, 20:48.92.

Pasco Bulldog Invite

Boys

Team winner: Connell 39. Local team: 10. Quincy 250.

Individual winner: Nolan Chase, Connell, 16:54.14. Top local: 12. Gonzalo Birrueta, Quincy, 18:04.51.

Girls

Team winner: Cashmere 36.

Individual winner: Sydney Smith, Cashmere, 20:31.53. Top local: 8. Jane Kennedy, Quincy, 21:53.32.

Girls soccer

Okanogan 1, Royal 0 (OT)

College volleyball

Walla Walla 3, Big Bend 0

WALLA WALLA — Big Bend could not stymie Walla Walla’s attack and fell in three sets 25-11, 25-11, 25-15.

The Warriors had four players notched 10 or more kills, led by Morgan Ness’ 22.

Sadie Nielsen had a team-high 13 kills for Big Bend. Madison Shrope added 17 assists and Ashlee Adams had 10 digs.

— Staff report

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