Trout Lake 59, at Glenwood 18 --
Rachel Anderson scored a game-high 22 points to lead the Mustangs past the Eagles in GCB action last Friday.
She got plenty of help, too, from teammates Angela Duke and Sierra Long. Duke had 19 points and Long chipped in 12 as Trout Lake snapped a long losing streak.
Winless Glenwood was led by Amanda Kuhnhausen's six points. Stacey Ruland put in five and eighth-grader Ashley Brasuell added three.
At Riverside Christian 60, Klickitat 37 --
The 10th-ranked Crusaders overpowered the Vandals last Friday to remain unbeaten in league play.
Riverside kept Klickitat off the scoreboard in the first quarter en route to a 29-17 halftime advantage. The Crusaders aided their cause by sinking 17 of 21 from the foul line.
Naomi Vitale paced the Vandals with 11 points. Top scorers Jordan Graeme and Jaecee Ramsay combined for 16 points.
Lyle 62, at Bickleton 42 --
The Cougars won their seventh straight game last Friday behind the all-around play of seniors Lindsey Blaine and Sarah Billette.
Blaine, the GCB's scoring leader at 27.6 ppg, scored a game-best 26 points and four 3-pointers, and had nine rebounds, seven assists, five blocks and four steals.
Billette furnished 17 points, three treys, eight boards, four assists and three steals.
For Bickleton, Annie Hess tallied 20 points and 15 rebounds.
The Cougars wind up their season this Friday with their homecoming game against Glenwood.
A win over the Eagles will tie the school's girls record for wins in a season (18) and extend Lyle's home-court winning streak to 30 games.
At Klickitat 62, Glenwood 10 --
Jordan Graeme and Jaecee Ramsay combined for 39 points as the Vandals crushed the Eagles in GCB action Feb. 4.
Graeme led all scorers with 22 points, including 14 in a big opening quarter in which Klickitat took a 20-2 lead.
Ramsay contributed 17 points. She had nine of them in the second quarter to lead the Vandals to a 31-2 halftime advantage.
Bernadette Campbell scored six points, and Candi Kuhnhausen had three for Glenwood.
Bickleton 35, at Trout Lake 32 --
A total of 25 points from Rachel Anderson and Angela Duke were enough to put the Mustangs in position to win their Feb. 4 home game, but not enough to win it.
Anderson finished with 13 points and Duke had 12. But visiting Bickleton's Annie Hess led all scorers with 20.