Columbia Basin sports results for Saturday, February 2

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Columbia Basin sports results for Saturday, February 2.

BOYS SWIMMING

District 6 Championships

Team scores: 1. Wenatchee 577, 2. Moses Lake. 421, 3. West Valley 289

State qualifying times

200 medley relay: Moses Lake (Noah Heaps, Brett Jorgensen, Zach Washburn, Dylan Bond), first, 1:36.95

200 freestyle relay: Moses Lake (Noah Heaps, Brett Jorgensen, Zach Washburn, Dyland Bond), first, 1:28.12

200 freestyle: Dylan Bond, first, 1:48.69

500 freestyle: Dylan Bond, second, 5:58.56

50 freestyle: Zach Washburn, first, 21.47; Brett Jorgensen, third, 22.11

100 freestyle: Zach Washburn, first, 46.48

100 butterfly: Cole Lindberg, second, 55.36

100 backstroke: Noah Heaps, 54.06

BOYS BASKETBALL Ephrata 79, East Valley 64

Box score

EV 19 8 18 19 — 64

E 23 18 14 24 — 79

Ephrata: Hunter James 21, Josh Benthem 16, Tyler Mack 16, Kyle Hendrick 11, Trenton Kleyn 10, Jayce Moore 3, Lakota Lange 2

East Valley: Kaleb Thorson 23, Ryan Sullivan 16, Jace Durand 13, Aiden Estill 6, Marckos Carrillo 5, Dillan Morrow 1

GIRLS BOWLING

4A individual state champion: Paris Smith, Cascade, 1214

4A team champion: Eastmont 7477

Local placers: 27. Camille Sanislo, Moses Lake, 995; 28. Haley Rogers, Moses Lake, 987

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Bend 92, Spokane 88

S 44 44 — 88

BB 30 62 — 92

Big Bend: Seraphin Decker 35, Koby Huerta 26, Miles Brown 17, Payton Nielsen 7, Mauricio Smith 4, Ben Kuiper 3

Spokane: Isaiah Gotell 17, Garrett White 15, Asher Cox 15, Anthony Parker 14, Dedrick Pakootas 9, Tanner McCliment-Call 7, JR Delgado 6, Jaelon Stith 3, Damion Carter 2

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Bend 65, Spokane 62

Box score

S 16 7 19 20 — 62

BB 13 9 28 15 — 65

Big Bend: Leah Dougherty 13, Hannah Wilson 10, Kelsey Sorenson 10, Kayla Luke 9, Abby Broadbent 8, Anna Yarbro 8, Miranda Johnson 7

Spokane: Alexia Novelli 18, Koyama Young 14, Shania Graham 11, Jessica Olson 6, Sydnee Mongeon 6, Makenna Grier 3, Marissa Blair 2, Alyssa Cox 2

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