YAKIMA, Wash. — Opponents preparing for West Valley this year already know about Ashley Gray, the Rams’ athletic 6-foot post and their leading returning scorer. But it won’t take long before the CWAC is well aware of 6-1 junior Bridgett Webb.

Gray scored a game-high 19 points and pulled down eight rebounds in the Rams’ 60-32 drubbing of Selah in the CWAC opener for both teams. But Webb was just as impressive with an 18-point, eight-rebound performance — and, like Gray, is athletic enough to hold her own in the ultra-quick CWAC.

“That’s our expectation for her,” first-year Rams coach Tyson Whitfield said. “When I took the job, I knew she’d been putting in a lot of hard work to prepare for the season.

“She’s our Swiss Army knife, too — if I need her to play the one (point guard), she can do that, and if I need her at five (post), she can do that, too. She can play them all, and she can guard them all, too.”

Adriel Willis and Carly Davis scored nine and eight points, respectively, to lead Selah (0-1 CWAC, 2-1 overall). West Valley (1-0, 2-1) nearly doubled up the Vikings in second-half rebounding.

SELAH — O’Malley 2, Hutt 0, Davis 8, Lanham 2, Smith 7, Wilkey 2, Hartman 2, Willis 9.

WEST VALLEY — Bridgett Webb 18, Faubion 4, Gibson 8, Ashley Gray 19, Reyes 5, Vincent 6, Kallis 0, Ross 0, Teske 0.

Selah 4 10 7 1 — 32

West Valley 13 21 14 12 — 60

Highlights: Willis (S) 7 rebs; Davis (S) 5 rebs, 3 assists; Webb (WV) 8 rebs; Gray (WV) 8 rebs.

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GRANDVIEW 58, EPHRATA 48: At Grandview, Marissa Caballero scored a game-high 16 points to lead three Greyhounds in double figures.

Breanna Lopez had 15 points and Suzie Medina added 10 for Grandview, which travels to Ellensburg tonight in a key early season matchup.

EPHRATA — Woods 11, Stacey 0, Youngers 8, Hendrickson 5, Kendall Sage 13, Vanatta 5, Jacobson 6.

GRANDVIEW — Breanna Lopez 15, Shafer 9, Hannah Pond 5, Hall 0, Suzie Medina 10, Marissa Caballero 16, Grove 3, Mejia 0.

Ephrata 6 11 18 13 — 48

Grandview 18 12 12 16 — 58

Highlights: Jamila Shafer (G) 7 rebs, Samantha Grove (G) 4 rebs, Caballero (G) 4 assists, Taylor Hall (G) 3 rebs.

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EAST VALLEY 69, PROSSER 48: At East Valley, Mykala Anderson had 22 points and seven rebounds, and Salome Yates scored 10 of her 12 points in a big second quarter that helped propel East Valley (2-0, 3-1).

Lexi Carpenter added 15 points and Mariah Rojas 10 for the Red Devils.

Brook Haringa had 18 points to pace Prosser.

PROSSER — Durbin 9, Carillo 5, Meirndorf 2, Lusk 5, Silva 6, Brook Haringa 18, Dunkin 0, Roberts 3.

EAST VALLEY — Sanchez 0, Bloom 2, Salome Yates 12, Mykala Anderson 22, Robertson 2, Lexi Carpenter 15, Mariah Rojas 10, Manrique 5, Ramynke 1.

Prosser 5 19 9 15 — 48

East Valley 14 26 15 14 — 69

Highlights: Anderson (EV) 7 rebs; Yates (EV) 10 pts in 2nd quarter.

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EISENHOWER 53, EASTMONT 46: At Eisenhower, Sydney Wammock scored 15 points to lead three Cadets in double figures as Ike won for the first time in three seasons.

Ashlee Burch added 12 points and five assists and Fawn Whitefoot totaled 10 points and eight boards.

The Cadets visit Davis tonight.

EASTMONT — Waterhouse 2, White 0, O. Schroeder 22, Talley 0, Donaldson 2, Bokma 0, Cagagnino 8, Savannah Jackson 12

EISENHOWER — Bush 4, Pena 7, Batten 0, Sydney Wammock 15, Ashlee Burch 12, H. Wammock 0, Best 0, Rodriguez 5, Fawn Whitefoot 10.

Eastmont 8 8 12 19 — 46

Eisenhower 16 8 15 14 — 53

Highlights: Whitefoot (Ei) 8 rebs; Pena (E) 4 stls, 7 assists; Burch (Ei) 7 assists; S. Wammock (Ei) 3 blks; Rodriguez (Ei) 3 stls.

NONLEAGUE

LA SALLE 55, WAHLUKE 20: At Wahluke, Kate McGree, Kate Sullivan and Emma Sutton combined to score 32 points as the Lightning overwhelmed Wahluke.

LA SALLE — Kate McGree 12, Kate Sullivan 10, Emma Sutton 10, Sandlin 1, Avalos 4, Newman 9, Brown 4, Herrera 5.

WAHLUKE — Torres 2, Olivarez 7, Cynthia Hernandez 11.

La Salle 13 18 9 15 — 55

Wahluke 4 5 6 5 — 20

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WHITE SWAN 59, GRANGER 53: At Granger, Emily Botkin scored 14 of her 30 points in the fourth quarter to rally the Cougars. Botkin also had 15 rebounds and five blocks, and teammate Cayla Jones put together 11 points, 16 rebounds and eight assists.

Freshman Alexis Castro scored 24 points to pace Granger.

WHITE SWAN — Fiander 8, Ryan 0, Mills 2, Ramsey 8, Cayla Jones 11, Emily Botkin 30.

GRANGER — Heitzman 3, Gunnier 0, Angelica Oliveros 13, Molina 3, Duarte 0, Alexis Castro 24, Carpenter 8, Blodgett 0, Vasquez 2.

White Swan 15 17 7 20 — 59

Granger 13 8 14 8 — 53

Highlights: Cayla Jones (WS) 16 reb., 8 assists, 3 stls; Kaylei Ryan (WS) 4 assists; Emily Botkin (WS) 15 rebs, 5 blks.

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NACHES VALLEY 59, WARDEN 24: At Naches Valley, Alex St. Martin led the Rangers with 12 points and Bailey Andrews added 10 as they beat Warden.

WARDEN — Pruneda 2, Br. Whitney 6, Elisia Gonzalez 10, Br. Whitney 4, Enrique 2.

NACHES VALLEY — Alex St. Martin 12, Capps 9, Roberts 4, Bailey Andrews 10, Heide 5, Wells 4, Jennerjohn 4, Meadows 5, Benner 6.

Warden 10 0 6 8 — 24

Naches Valley 20 9 15 15 — 59

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ZILLAH 61, KIONA-BENTON 44: At Zillah, Alexcis Higginbotham’s 14 points and 17 rebounds led the Leopards, who trailed at halftime but outscored Ki-Be 42-14 in the second half.

KIONA-BENTON — Holt 17, Calzadillas 16, Acevedo 0, Pendergast 5, Tompkin 1, Lewis 0, Wallace 3, Calzadillas 2, Smith 0.

ZILLAH — Winters 9, Patterson 7, Alexcis Higginbotham 14, Villanueva 6, Williams 8, Monica Villegas 12, Tackett 0, Takes Enemy 5, True 0.

Kiona-Benton 16 14 7 7 — 44

Zillah 10 9 19 23 — 61

Highlights: Higginbotham (Z) 17 rebs.

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HIGHLAND 33, ROYAL 26: At Highland, sophomore Danielle Packard had 12 points and eight rebounds and Bryanna Monson collected eight blocks and five rebounds for the Scotties.

ROYAL — S. Hebdon 0, Floren 2, Araujo 16, Hares 2, Guadarrama 2, B. Hebdon 1, Lee 0, Smith 2, Ledezma 1.

HIGHLAND — T. Smith 2, Preston 8, Quezada 0, Monson 3, Rice 6, Reed 0, Admire 2, Danielle Packard 12.

Royal 3 6 7 10 — 26

Highland 8 6 7 12 — 33

Highlights: Bryanna Monson (H) 8 blks, 5 rebs; Packard (H) 8 rebs; Austy Reed (H) 5 rebs.

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CLE ELUM 45, QUINCY 40 (OT): At Quincy, Brooklyn Burchak and Sara Ferguson both had double-doubles for the Warriors, as they beat Quincy in a nonleague game.

Burchak finished with 16 points and 10 rebounds, and Ferguson had 13 points and 12 rebounds for Cle Elum.

CLE ELUM — Brooklyn Burchak 16, Sara Ferguson 13, Winebrenner 8, Terrill 4, Sanders 2, Dearmin 2.

QUINCY — Sam Klein 10, Liz Nielsen 10, Tobin 9, Blaneas 4, Chavez 3, Bishop 3, Ramsey 1.

Cle Elum 6 5 10 14 10 — 45

Quincy 10 6 7 11 5 — 40

Highlights: Burchak (CE) 10 rebs; Ferguson (CE) 12 rebs; Paris Sanders (CE) 9 rebs.

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MABTON 62, RIVER VIEW 33: At Mabton, Alyssa Nash produceed a triple-double of 19 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists to power the Vikings.

RIVER VIEW — Katie Wilhelm 11, Vasquez 0, Munson 4, Sakota, Portos 6, Walker 3, Dickinson 2, Williamson 0, Washington 7, Gallegos 0.

MABTON — Irene Pineda 17, R. McCallum 1, C. McCallum 7, Alyssa Nash 19, Garzon 0, Zaragoza 2, Espinoza 0, Escoto 4, Desanay Guerrero 12.

River View 4 13 6 10 — 33

Mabton 16 15 15 16 — 62

Highlights: Nash (M) 12 rebs, 11 assists, 7 stls; Guerrero (M) 9 rebs; Pineda (M) 7 rebs, 5 assists.

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CONNELL 61, GOLDENDALE 21: At Connell, Brittany Vickerman’s 13 points led the Eagles and Shelby English had 11 points, eight rebounds and five assists.

GOLDENDALE — Kartes 4, Hoffman 0, Cameron 0, Bryan 4, Smith 5, Lamping 0, Barrier 0, Bigby 0, Twhoy 8.

CONNELL — Hawkins 5, Hopkins 8, S. Davidson 3, M. Davidson, Booker 6, Brittany Vickerman 13, Kroontje 3, Zuniga 2, English 11, Wallin 10.

Goldendale 3 9 5 4 — 21

Connell 18 21 16 6 — 61

Highlights: Jessica Hawkins (C) 10 rebs; Shelby English (C) 8 assists, 5 stls.

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SUNNYSIDE CHRISTIAN 65, RIVERSIDE CHRISTIAN 20: At Riverside Christian, sophomore Katelyn Banks scored 17 points and Stormee Van Belle chipped in 13 as the Knights improved to 2-0 heading into tonight’s home game against Mabton.

SUNNYSIDE CHRISTIAN — Harrington 2, Brouwer 6, Dalrymple 7, Katelyn Banks 17, Brittany Broersma 10, Stormee Van Belle 13, Kristen Broersma 10, den Hoed 0.

RIVERSIDE CHRISTIAN — Kissel 2, Grove 6, Gray 2, Vance 2, Mains 2, Haney 4, Fulton 2, Bazilme 0, Montmeny 0.

Sunnyside Christian 24 21 12 8 — 65

Riverside Christian 0 12 4 4 — 20

Highlights: Victoria Fulton (RC) 8 rebs.

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LYLE-WISHRAM 45, OAKVILLE 15: At Lyle, Mae Lynn Luke scored 16 points and Mandy Solomon grabbed 16 rebounds as Lyle-Wishram rolled to its first win of the season.

Marissah Lacock totaled four points, 15 rebounds and seven steals for the Cougars (1-2).

OAKVILLE — Whitey 0, Lewis 6, Moore 4, Halzi 2, Ortivez 0, Arreguin 0, K. Bray 3, J. Bray 0.

LYLE-WISHRAM — Lacock 4, Carse 5, Mae Lynn Luke 16, McConville 6, Childers 6, Solomon 6, Cloud 2, Doolin 0.

Oakville 3 2 8 2 — 15

Lyle-Wishram 6 12 12 15 — 45

Highlights: Mandy Solomon (LW) 16 rebs; Marissah Lacock (LW) 15 rebs, 7 stls; Luke (LW) 9 rebs, 7 stls.