Columbia Basin basketball results for Friday, Dec. 14

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Columbia Basin basketball results for Friday, Dec. 14.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Moses Lake 70, Sunnyside 25

Box score

SS 6 2 15 2 — 25

ML 16 17 23 14 — 75

Moses Lake: Kyle Karstetter 23, Evan McLean 13, Michael Byers 13, Cory Kunjara 8, Brennen Olson 4, Logan Sperline 4, Dax Lindgren 3, Dylan Roylance 2

Sunnyside: Ethan Copeland 12, Derrick Escamilla 5, Airik Palacios 4, Alex Lopez 2, Daniel Singleterry 2

Wapato 76, Quincy 30

Box score

Q 6 9 5 10 — 30

W 21 18 22 15 — 76

Quincy: Max Molina 8, Izaac Solano 6, Aidan Heikes 6, Macario Vega 4, Andy Guerrero 3, Louis Merred 2, Felipe Zepeda 1

Wapato: Everette Howe 19, Manual Delgadillo 19, Brian Campos 12, Jasin Fiander 11, Michael Martinez 6, Chance Tillequots 6, Lorenzo Alvarado 3

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 75, Valley Christian 27

Box score

VC 13 4 5 5 — 27

ACH 15 32 15 13 75

ACH highlights: Reece Isaak 20, Brayton Schafer 15

Colfax 42, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 36

Box score

LRS 15 2 10 9 — 36

C 10 17 9 6 42

LRS highlights: Bryce Kelly 15

Prosser 71, Othello 70

Pateros 68, Moses Lake Christian 51

Connell 60, Royal 50

Wahluke 82, Kiona-Benton 45

Warden 67, River View 59

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Sunnyside 68, Moses Lake 63 (OT)

Box score

SS 14 19 10 13 (12) — 68

ML 10 10 13 23 (7) — 63

Moses Lake: Madisyn Clark 21, Brecka Erdmann 8, Kiera McPartland 9, Camille Carpenter 8, Kendyl Crum 4, Anna Olson 4, Gabi Rios 3, Victoria Hernandez 2

Sunnyside: Kameron Rodriguez 30, Chastitee Garza 17, Ashlee Maldonado 16, Carla Cardenas 5

Wapato 78, Quincy 36

Box score

Q 11 2 13 9 — 36

W 19 19 23 17 — 78

Quincy: Bryonna Gray 11, Jane Kennedy 7, Corina Cervantes 6, Jacqueline Dearie 6, Piper Horning 2, Avery Vanderveen 2, Emily Wurl 2

Wapato: Janealle Sutterlict 29, McKayla Goudy 9, Ashley Estrada 8, Allison Garza 7, Jade Rivera 7, Nyah Alvarado 6, Alexis Garza 5, Patricia Hickey 5, Arianna Cordova 2

Prosser 62, Othello 46

Box score

P 15 13 15 19 — 62

O 13 13 10 10 — 46

Othello: Macy Hampton 20, Maciah Tovar 8, Ashley Perez 5, Alexis Coronado 4, Hailee Guzman 4, Lane Simpson 3 Janissa Garza 2

Prosser: Marissa Cortes 19, Madison Golden 16, Abigail Rodriguez 11, Malia Cortes 8, Alexis Harris 3, Halle Wright 2, Gabby Olivarez 2, Leila Taylor 1

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 51, Valley Christian 38

Box score

VC 12 14 7 5 — 38

ACH 13 8 14 16 — 51

ACH highlights: Gabi Isaak 31, Sarah Bradshaw 15

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 58, Colfax 50

Box score

LRS 17 19 11 9 — 58

C 15 12 18 5 — 50

LRS highlights: Eliza Galbreath 18, Dakota Killian 15

Waterville-Mansfield 60, Soap Lake 35

Moses Lake Christian 47, Pateros 46

Connell 58, Royal 51

Wahluke 45, Kiona-Benton 40

Warden 60, River View 33

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Bend 98, Highline 68

Box score

H 35 33 — 68

BB 60 38 — 98

Big Bend: Joey Andrews 24, Miles Brown 22, Seraphin Decker 16, Koby Huerta 15, Michael Washington 6, Ben Kuiper 5, Kendall Engelhart 5, Donte Brown 2, Payton Nielsen 2, Dakota Fidler 1

Highligh: Coby Rothwell 22, Jordan Purvis 11, Ethan Gates 8, Israel Brown 7, David Harris 6, Trenten McCall 4, Ryder Kavanagh 4 Coby Myles 2, Tristan Miguel 2, Mahlik Hall 2

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Bend 77, Peninsula 53

Box score

BB 25 14 25 13 — 77

P 17 10 16 10 — 53

Big Bend: Kelsey Sorenson 17, Hannah Wilson 16, Miranda Johnson 11, Kayla Luke 8, Leah Dougherty 8, Abby Broadbent 8, Anna Yarbro 5, Sydney Bishop 2, Brynn Brown 2

Peninsula: Kuutuuq Danner 14, Logan Luke 8, Ashlynn Sharp 6, Sunshine Vicente 5, Gina McCaulley 5 Leilani Padilla 5, Casandra White 4, Kameron Bowen 4, Olivia Williams 2

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