Seattle Academy 58, Chelan 42
The Goats were tested Friday, facing a top-notch Seattle Academy squad. They weren’t quite up to the test.
Chelan shot 3-for-10 from the field and was outscored 16-6 in the second quarter and couldn’t upset Seattle Academy, which is ranked No. 1 in the Associated Press 1A state poll.
The Goats made a final run in the fourth quarter, thanks to a solid defensive effort, but couldn’t produce the offense they needed to overcome the deficit.
No. 9 Chelan ended the night shooting 38 percent from the field and was only 30 percent at the free throw line.
“That’s not good enough to win on the road,” coach Joe Harris said.
Cashmere 93, Tonasket 72
Cashmere’s Coleman McElroy scored 24 points and Dylan Boyd scored 22 in the Bulldogs’ offensively-charged win at Tonasket.
Tonasket led at the end of the first quarter, but the Bulldogs scored 26, 28 and 22 points in the next three quarters to make the lead untouchable.
Ephrata 51, East Valley 44
The Tigers held the Red Devils to just seven points in each of the middle quarters and 24-percent shooting for the game to earn the home win.
Bo Neilson scored 15 points, Tyler Clark had 13 and Layton Lange had 11 points and six assists for Ephrata.
Okanogan 66, Quincy 53
In Quincy, Okanogan’s scoring spread fairly evenly as the Bulldogs toppled the Jacks.
Quincy kept the lead until the second quarter, but Okanogan moved the lead to double digits in the third quarter.
The Jacks’ Scott Tobin tallied 16 points.
Waterville 69, Wilson Creek 20
Colton Schafer scored 18 points and Jamie Abrahamse scored 17 for Waterville in Wilson Creek.
Waterville (10-3 overall, 4-1 league) is tied for first place with Moses Lake Christian Academy, which it faces at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Moses Lake Christian Academy 47, Mansfield 34
CJ Wall led Mansfield with 12 points and seven rebounds in Moses Lake.
The big quarter for Moses Lake Christian Academy was the second, which led to a 26-13 halftime score.
Cashmere 66, Tonasket 37
Cashmere’s Angela Knishka scored 16 points and had three steals, and Lauren Johnson added 15 points and three steals.
The Bulldogs forced a lot of turnovers, making 13 steals. They shot 48 percent in the first half and 44 percent for the game.
Bridgeport 38, Manson 31
Deycy Lopez had 12 points, six rebounds and three steals in Bridgeport to assist in the Fillies’ win.
Bridgeport scored early baskets, a result of its man-press defense, and held Manson to a one-point third quarter.
Waterville 54, Wilson Creek 25
Waterville freshman forward Elina Thompson scored 18 in Wilson Creek.
The Shockers defense made getting to the hoop difficult for the Devils. On the other end of the court, Waterville’s offense passed for 21 assists, giving way to a 34-16 second half advantage.
Entiat 83, Columbia Basin Secondary School 19
Entiat shot 50 percent from the field in a 27-point first quarter in Moses Lake.
Jaelyn Davis scored 23 points, hitting 9 of 11 3-pointers, and Deserie Parks scored 20 with four 3-pointers for the Tigers.