Full schedules & scores

1B girls capsules

Colton 60, Pateros 22

Jenna Moser recorded 22 points and nine rebounds and the Wildcats continued their tournament dominance with a win over the Nannies.

The Wildcats held the Nannies to 20 percent shooting from the field, and no Pateros player scored in double figures.

The Wildcats shot 10 of 31 from 3-point range and made 12 of 13 free throws. Zoe Moser had 13 points in the win.

Pateros 7 2 8 5 - 22
Colton 21 15 21 3 - 60

 Pateros – Gelstin 2, Figueroa 6, Woodward 0, Easter 1, Dowers 3, Wilson 0, LeDoux 8, Steggall 0, White 0, Hall 2.

Colton – J.Moser 22, Z.Moser 13, Jacobs 0, H.Meyer 6, Schultheis 3, Druffel 0, Kramer 5, Chadwick 3, Devorak 0, Warner 6, R.Meyer 2.

Tekoa-Oakesdale 61, Mt. Vernon Chr. 59

Olivia Pakootas hit the game-winning jumper with 4.3 seconds left as the Nighthawks beat the Crusaders, sending Tekoa-Oakesdale to the championship game.

In a game with 13 lead changes and 10 ties, there was a jump ball with 21.1 seconds left with the Nighthawks gaining possession. After a timeout, Pakootas hit the open jumper to up her total to 22 points, going 10 of 17 from the field.

Kim Groom added 10 points and 15 rebounds for the Nighthawks.

Mount Vernon’s Grace Kuipers led all scorers with 27 points on 9-of-15 shooting and 7 of 12 from beyond the arc, and Carla Van Rooyen had 10 boards for the Crusaders.

Tekoa-Oakesdale 9 15 19 18 - 61
Mount Vernon Chr. 8 19 19 13 - 59

 Tekoa-Oakesdale – A.Lindgren 10, J.Johnson 4, M.Johnson 11, Pakootas 22, L.Lindgren 0, Mendoza 4, Groom 10.

Mount Vernon Christian – Sakuma 11, Anderson 0, Lervick 5, Camacho 0, Case 6, Whitener 0, Kuipers 27, van Rooyen 8, Noste 2, Lucas 0.

Neah Bay 72, Taholah 40

Cierra Moss set a State 1B tournament record with 40 points and Neah Bay dismantled Taholah in an elimination game.

Moss made 13 of 21 shots from the floor, including 5 of 8 3-pointers, and made 9 of her 11 free-throw attempts. She also pulled down 20 rebounds, three shy of the tournament record.

The previous tournament record for points was held by Wilson Creek’s Ksenja Fredere, who scored 36 against Taholah in 2010.

Faye Chartraw added 14 points and 11 rebounds for the Red Devils.

The Chitwins were led by Trish Charley, who had 16 points and nine rebounds, and Nichole Hildago, who had 13 points and 10 boards.

Neah Bay 13 21 13 25 - 72
Taholah 4 9 15 12 - 40

 Neah Bay – Ha. Greene 9, Aguirre 2, Ho. Greene 3, J. Greene 1, McCaulley 3, Chartraw 14, Garcia-Jimmicum 0, Moss 40, Hill 0.

Taholah – James 6, Walther 3, Waugh 0, Charley 16, Logan 0, Cheney 2, Hildago 13.

Wilbur-Creston 76, Tulalip Heritage 38

Kaelee Reed scored 22 points on 8-of-13 shooting and grabbed nine rebounds as the Wildcats overwhelmed the Hawks in an elimination game.

Wilbur-Creston outrebounded Tulalip Heritage 40-24 and had a 14-3 advantage in second-chance points.

Katia Brown tallied a team-high 16 points for the Hawks.

Wilbur-Creston 22 22 18 14 - 76
Tulalip Heritage 11 12 14 1 - 38

 Wilbur-Creston (1-1) – Maioho 3, Brudevold 10, Dreger 7, Boyer 11, Starzman 3, Leyva 4, Stanley 4, Haglin 2, Jaeger 6, Bandy 2, K.Reed 22, J.Reed 2.

Tulalip Heritage (0-2) – Brown 16, Redleaf 0, Ad.Jones 3, Iukes 0, Moses 0, Verda 0, Williams 1, Al.Jones 3, Sanchey 0, Tyler 15, Shopbell 0, Rivera 0.