Prep roundup: Seton boys edge Castle Rock, draw level atop Trico

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Jack Jenniges and Breckin Miller each scored 12 points as the Seton Catholic Boys’ Basketball team beat Castle Rock 52-49 on Thursday.

In a game that was close throughout, Brady Angelo and Jacob George each hit vital 3-pointers in the fourth quarter for the host Cougars.

Seton Catholic (12-3, 4-1) has won 10 of its last 11 games and tied for first place with King’s Way Christian in the 1A Trico League.

Lane Partridge scored 14 points and Adam Partridge added 13 points for Castle Rock (8-7, 1-4).

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CAMAS 80, BATTLEGROUND 38 — Stephen Behil scored 20 points and hit six of his team’s 10 3-pointers as the Papermakers earned a 4A GSHL home win.

Behil hit three 3-pointers as part of Camas’ 30-point first quarter.

Carson Frawley added 13 points, while Beckett Currie and Jamison Carlisle each scored 12 points.

Todd Copper led Battle Ground with 11 points.

MARK MORRIS 77, FORT VANCOUVER 33 — Kobe Parlin scored 19 points and the Monarchs posted a 29-point second quarter for a 2A GSHL road win.

COLUMBIA RIVER 64, WASHOUGAL 53 — Alden Fay scored 20 points and the Rapids retired late for a key road victory in their pursuit of a 2A GSHL District berth.

“That game was really critical for us,” River coach David Long said. “We had to win this game to help secure that final playoff spot.”

Adam Reeder scored 14 points and Nico Valdez added 13 points for the Rapids (6-10, 6-6), who outscored Washougal 20-9 in the final quarter.

Tucker Kneipp scored 19 points to lead the Panthers (3-8, 2-7).

LA CENTER 70, COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON 53 — Boston Walker scored 22 points, Coby Garner added 18 points, and the Wildcats earned a 1A Trico League victory in the Gorge.

Bryson Sauter scored 18 points and Carson Lanz added 17 points for the Bruins.

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BRAND MORRIS 35, HOCKINSON 32 — The Monarchs won a defensive battle in a clash between teams vying for third place in the 2A GSHL.

“It was an absolute war tonight,” said Mark Morris coach Sean Atkins. “Hockinson are a top physical group and we matched their intensity.”

Charlie Blain had 21 rebounds and six points for Mark Morris (10-6, 8-4).

Kylie Ritter scored 10 points for Hockinson (10-6, 7-3).

UNION 57, HERITAGE 32 — Caitlyn Leake scored 10 points in a very evenly balanced Titans effort to claim the non-league victory.

Heritage’s Keanna Salavea led all scorers with 20 points.

HUDSON BAY 56, WOODLAND 23 — Mahaila Harrison scored 23 points and the Eagles put down the defense for a 2A GSHL road win.

Bay led 13-12 after the first quarter, but then allowed just two runs apiece in the second and third quarters.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 49, ESTACADA, Oregon 28 — Katelyn Henderson scored 17 points, including nine of her team’s 14 points in the first quarter, as the Thunder earned a non-championship road victory.

Nina Peterson scored 15 points and Victoria Schneider added 11 points for Mountain View.

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