Weekend roundup: ML boys defeat Eisenhower, West Valley
Staff Writer | June 1, 2021 1:00 AM
Moses Lake 53, Eisenhower 12
Jonathan Tanguma (126), Dayton Regan (132), Derek Grubb (138), Hunter White (145), Camron Regan (152), Jayden Adame (160), Maximus Zamora (182), Everett Ashley (220) and Saul Villa (heavyweight) picked up wins against Eisenhower in Saturday’s dual.
Moses Lake 66, West Valley (Yakima) 0
Jonathan Tanguma (126), Dayton Regan (132), Derek Grubb (138), White (145), Camron Regan (152), Jayden Adame (160), Maximus Zamora (182), Brock Clark (195), Everett Ashley (220) and Saul Villa were all winners against West Valley.
Othello 45, Rogers 28
Annalee Coronado led the Huskies with 15 points Friday night. Junior Ashley Perez chipped in seven points, while Maciah Tovar finished with six.
Othello 49, Royal 42
Annalee Coronado finished with 13 points for the Huskies Saturday. Persayis Garza finished with 10 points and eight rebounds. Ashley Perez and Maciah Tovar each had eight points while Perez added 14 rebounds.
Warden 63, Chelan 20
The Warden Cougars led Chelan 36-9 at the half on their way to a dominant win on Saturday. Kiana Rios finished with 21 points, while Jaryn Madsen and Lauryn Madsen both finished with 13. The Cougars notched 20 steals as a team in the win and 36 rebounds, with Rylee McKay pulling down 10 of those boards.
Royal 64, Manson 20
Wahluke 6, Lake Roosevelt 53
Wahluke 54, Brewster 13
Ephrata 27, Okanogan 46
Quincy 38, Cashmere 50
Quincy 44, Cascade 31
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 66, Manson 36
Moses Lake 53, Soap Lake 28
Quincy 60, Cascade 49
Jalen Spence and Aidan Bews both finished with 12 points Saturday afternoon.
Quincy 52, Cashmere 59
Othello 55, Rogers 46
Royal 56, Manson 53
Wahluke 53, Lake Roosevelt 65
Wahluke 50, Brewster 56
Ephrata 49, Okanogan 67
Warden 19, Chelan 63
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 61, Manson 55
Moses Lake Christian 55, Soap Lake 50
Big Bend 2, Columbia Basin 8
The Vikings were outhit 16-6 by Columbia Basin College in Thursday’s doubleheader. Eric Mast finished 2-4 for Big Bend from the plate with a home run.
Big Bend 9, Columbia Basin 13
After coming back to take a 6-5 lead in the bottom of the fifth inning, CBC struck back with five runs in the sixth to pull ahead. Dominic Signorelli finished 3-5 with a triple. Matthew Plato and Gabe Passey both knocked home runs.
Big Bend 0, Columbia Basin 2
Vance Alvarado allowed just two runs on nine hits in eight innings in a pitching battle in a doubleheader Saturday. Big Bend failed to secure any runs on four hits, with Brandham Ponce finishing 1-4 with a triple.
Big Bend 10, Columbia Basin 5
Three runs in the top of the sixth inning gave Big Bend the lead for good in the final game of the season. Dominic Signorelli finished with a team-high three RBIs and a double, while Brandham Ponce finished 2-5 with a double.
Big Bend 72, Columbia Basin 67
Kelsey Sorenson finished with 23 points and 19 rebounds to lead Big Bend Thursday. Kaitlyn Callahan added 18 points while Maelyn Mace finished with 13 points and five steals.
Big Bend 14, Columbia Basin 2
Big Bend 16, Columbia Basin 17
Big Bend 4, Columbia Basin 12
Big Bend 10, Columbia Basin 1