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Girls Basketball Roundup

TLG upsets division-leading Klickitat

La Salle dealt Klickitat its third straight loss last Saturday, winning the Greater Columbia B League crossover game between division leaders in Yakima, 52-16.

The seventh-ranked Lightning (8-0 in GCB, 14-2 overall) got the ball rolling with a 16-2 first-quarter start.

Aryn Davis tallied six points and 17 rebounds for the Vandals (4-4, 10-6), whose lead over over Lyle in the Klickitat County Division dropped to 1.5 games.

VANDALS 16 (2-5-4-5) --

Trisheena Keys 6, Aryn Davis 6, Sherri Brewer 3, Melissa Huwe 1, Kimberly Odle 0, Kali Fargher 0, Zoe Linder 0. Rebounds] Davis 17.

LIGHTNING 52 (16-9-13-14) --

Jesse Sullivan 11, Anderton 9, Wytko 8, Stohr 6, McGree 5, Bonny 4, Klarich 4, Miller 3, Camden 2.

Sunnyside Christian 52, at Trout Lake-Glenwood 16:

A 17-0 first-quarter blitz by the Knights last Saturday had TLG playing from behind all night.

Kim Poland and Kindra VanLaar shared scoring honors for TLG (2-6, 6-8). Each scored four points.

KNIGHTS 52 (17-10-12-13) --

Emma Newhouse 12, Brittany den Hoed 8, Tori Van Wingerden 7, Rice 6, De Ruyter 5, Jones 4, Roberts 4, Schutt 4, M. Van Wingerden 2.

TLG 16 (0-4-6-6) --

Kim Poland 4, Kindra VanLaar 4, Ashley Brasuell 3, Dave'y Lumley 3, Megan Anderson 2.

At Riverside Christian 56, Lyle 24:

The Crusaders outscored the Cougars, 20-1, in the second quarter to break open last Saturday's GCB game in Yakima.

Joelle Jackson's seven points paced Lyle (3-6, 5-12).

COUGARS 24 (7-1-4-12) --

Joelle Jackson 7, Jessia Struck 4, Kiera Murphy 4, Kara Woosley 3, Shelly Stanovich 2, Jessica Cochenour 2, Brittney Johnson 2, Carrie Nickols 0, Kristen Stanovich 0.

CRUSADERS 56 (11-20-14-9) --

Sara Haak 18, Mychal Fitterer 11, Amy Van Beek 10, A. Haak 6, Hahn 5, Moss 4, Calhoun 2.

Trout Lake-Glenwood 41, at Klickitat 34:

Kindra VanLaar scored a game-high 15 points and Kim Poland had 10 steals last Friday as TLG knocked off the division-leading Vandals.

TLG (2-5, 6-7) owned the lead at every break in play: 11-8 after one quarter, 23-21 at halftime and 34-28 going into the fourth period.

Melissa Huwe led Klickitat (4-3, 10-5) with 13 points. Trisheena Keys added 10.

TLG 41 (11-12-11-7) --

Kindra VanLaar 15, Kim Poland 9, Ashley Brasuell 7, Megan Anderson 6, Stephanie Anderson 3, Dave'y Lumley 1. Rebounds] VanLaar 6. Steals] Poland 10, VanLaar 5.

VANDALS 34 (8-13-7-6) --

Melissa Huwe 13, Trisheena Keys 10, Aryn Davis 8, Sherri Brewer 3, Kimberly Odle 0, Kali Fargher 0, Zoe Linder 0. Rebounds] Brewer 9, Huwe 8. Assists] Huwe 4.

At Lyle 43, Bickleton 23:

The Cougars overcame a sluggish start last Friday and pulled away in the second half for a key GCB victory.

Joelle Jackson led the way for Lyle, scoring 11 points and pulling down 10 rebounds.

Kiera Murphy also had a big game on the boards, grabbing 12 rebounds. Lyle's floor leader, Kara Woosley, contributed a stat line of four points, seven rebounds, five steals and three assists.

The Cougars (3-5, 5-11) trailed 6-1 after one quarter but put together a 13-6 scoring run in the second to take a 14-12 halftime lead.

PIRATES 23 (6-6-3-8) --

Tricia McBride 6, Kirstin Slater 5, Chelsey Mercer 3, Dani Raschko 2, Marie Macias 2, Yesenia Macias 2, Jeannette Jarvis 2, Corryn Raschko 1.

COUGARS 43 (1-13-9-20) --

Joelle Jackson 11, Jessica Struck 8, Kristen Stanovich 7, Kara Woosley 4, Kiera Murphy 4, Tosha Cloud 4, Jessica Cochenour 3, Carrie Nickols 2. Rebounds] Murphy 12,Jackson 10, Cochenour 9, Woosley 7. Assists] Woosley 3. Steals] Woosley 5, Cochenour 4.

At Lyle 37, Trout Lake-Glenwood 23:

The Cougars' Joelle Jackson had eight points and eight rebounds Jan. 24 in her return from an injury that had sidelined her since late December.

A 14-point third quarter turned the GCB game decidely in favor of Lyle (2-5, 4-10), which increased a six-point halftime lead to 14 going into the fourth period.

On the night, the Cougars shot 43 percent from inside the 3-point line (15/35) and 38 percent overall, and made 7-of-10 free throws.

"This was a big win for us," said Cougars Coach Chris Barthlow. "For now it puts us in a good position to make it back to the post-season."

Barthlow credited Lyle's victory to improving play at the defensive end. The Cougars held TLG to seven field goals and limited its leading scorer, Ashley Brasuell, to five points.

"We continue to improve our defense game to game, which is going to be a key for us in our remaining games," Barthlow said.

TLG 23 (6-5-6-6) --

Ashley Brasuell 5, Megan Anderson 5, Kindra VanLaar 5, Kim Poland 3, Stephanie Anderson 2, Kari Hunt 2, Emily Paxson 1. FGs] 7-55, 12.7%; (3) 2-19, 10.5%. FTs] 7-18, 38.9%.

COUGARS 37 (7-10-14-6) --

Kara Woosley 8, Joelle Jackson 8, Kiera Murphy 6, Brittney Johnson 5, Jessica Cochenour 4, Jessica Struck 3, Shelly Stanovich 2, Carrie Nickols 1. FGs] 15-39, 38.5%; (3) 0-4, 0.0%. FTs] 7-10, 70.0%. Rebounds] Jackson 8.

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