Lexie Bland and Gese Gruber scored six points each in the fourth quarter to help Ellensburg hold off East Valley for a 47-38 victory in CWAC girls basketball Tuesday night at East Valley.

Bland hit 6 of 6 free throws in the final period for the unbeaten Bulldogs (2-0, 4-0), who were led by Alexa Orcutt’s 11 points and eight rebounds.

Lexi Carpenter paced East Valley (2-1, 3-2) with a game-high 13 points.

Ellensburg hosts Ephrata on Friday while East Valley travels to Othello.

ELLENSBURG — Gibson 6, Karly Malcolm 6, Gese Gruber 10, Overton 2, Moffat 4, Tucker 0, Lund 0, Bland 8, Alexa Orcutt 11, Kassidy Malcolm 0.

EAST VALLEY — Sanchez 9, Bloom 0, Yates 4, Anderson 6, Robertson 0, Lexi Carpenter 13, Rojas 2, Manrique 2, Ramynke 2.

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East Valley 6 11 9 12 — 38

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Lexie Gomez had seven points, seven rebounds and five steals for Wapato.

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WEST VALLEY — Kallis 0, Webb 7, Faubion 8, Gibson 6, Ross 6, Ashley Gray 18, Kinloch 0, Courtney Reyes 11, Vincent 2, Teske 0, Gasseling 3.

WAPATO — Gomez 7, Araiza 7, Romero 2, Vela 8, Brooke 0, T. Sandoval 6, Hickey 0, Contreras 0, Arelleno 0, Cabarrera 0, Johnson 0.

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Wapato 2 7 13 8 — 30

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RightAlign.67RightAlign.77RightAlign.88RightAlign.98RightAlign.106.42500000000001RightAlign.118 At Grandview, Breanna Lopez hit four 3-pointers and scored 24 points and Marissa Caballero collected 18 points and nine assists as the Greyhounds improved to 2-1 in league and 3-2 overall.

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OTHELLO — Valdez 5, Garza 3, Alvarez 10, Randolph 2, Rodriguez 2, Anderson 2, B. Fleshman 1, Anderson 2, M. Fleshman 9.

GRANDVIEW — Breanna Lopez 24, Jamila Shafer 15, Pond 8, Hall 2, Medina 3, Marissa Caballero 18, Grove 4, Mejia 0, Swearingen 0.

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Grandview 12 26 25 11 — 74

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RightAlign.67RightAlign.77RightAlign.88RightAlign.98RightAlign.106.42500000000001RightAlign.118At Toppenish, freshman Adriel Willis scored a game-high 24 points, Kami Lanham had 16 and Ellie Smith added 13 as the Vikings (2-1 CWAC, 4-1 overall) turned a four-point halftime deficit into a double-digit victory.

Tara Bremer scored 21 points and Brenda Garcia added 15 for the Wildcats (1-1, 3-1), who suffered their first loss of the season.

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SELAH — Kami Lanham 16, Ellie Smith 13, Adriel Willis 24, Wilkey 9, Hartman 3, Jewett 5, Davis, O’Malley.

TOPPENISH — Tara Bremer 21, Brenda Garcia 15, Cardenas 8, Lopez 4, Cruz 4, Rodarte 5, Sanchez 2.

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Toppenish 14 19 12 14 — 59

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PROSSER — Boyle 4, Durbin 6, Carillo 0, Meirndorf 2, Lusk 0, Silva 2, Haringa 5, Dunkin 2, Roberts 5.

EPHRATA — Hillard 5, C. Woods 11, Stucky 0, Youngers 2, Hendrickson 7, Page 7, Jacobson 5.

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Ephrata 12 10 8 9 — 39

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Kate McGree had 12 points and seven rebounds, Deanna Avalos added 11 points and seven rebounds and Emma Sutton chipped in 10 points for La Salle (5-1).

Cassidy McCallum led the Vikings (3-1) with nine points.

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MABTON — Pineda 2, R. McCallum 3, C. McCallum 9, Nash 5, Villalobos 0, A. Zaragoza 2, Espinoza 3, Rojas 3, Guerrero 7.

LA SALLE — Sullivan 4, Martin 7, Kate McGree 12, Sandlin 0, Emma Sutton 10 Deanna Avalos 11, Lauren Newman 13, Brown 0, Desmarais 2,

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La Salle 12 15 16 16 — 59

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Freshman Emilee Maldonado chipped in 12 points for Sunnyside, which improved to 4-1 and will visit Eisenhower on Friday.

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SUNNYSIDE — Alvarez 8, Bazan 4, Lua 2, Selena Rubalcava 11, Emilee Maldonado 12, Mendoza 5, Jordan Rodriguez 21, Perez 6. Herrera 0, Trevino 0.

KAMIAKIN — Schauble 8, M. Wellsandt 19, Allison 12, T. Wellsandt 17, Crandle 2.

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Kamiakin 8 15 15 21 — 59

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RightAlign.67RightAlign.77RightAlign.88RightAlign.98RightAlign.106.42500000000001RightAlign.118At Chiawana, Delaney Hodgins scored a game-high 19 points and the Riverhawks held the Pirates to 18 percent shooting from the field. Sydni Billups led Davis (3-3) with 10 points.

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DAVIS — Greene 4, Martinez 4, Gratton 3, Perez 5, Sydni Billups 10, Fowler 6, Morales 2, Russell 0, Bradley 0. Totals 9-49 14-21 34.

CHIAWANA — A. Guzman 2, E. Guzman 4, Delaney Hodgins 19, Braydey Hodgins 13, Elferness 14, Sullivan 4, Roach 4, Cartwright 10, Winchester 7, Peak 6, Logozzo. Totals 28-53 20-30 83.

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Chiawana 24 21 21 17 — 83

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KENNEWICK — Osmundson0, Fiander 10, Deng 5, Templeton 5, Garcia 6, Kima 4, Siguero 1, Guiche 0, Jayln Brasher-Norwood 21.

EISENHOWER — Pena 2, Batten 6, S. Wammock 9, Burch 3, H. Wammock 2, West 0, Zara Rodriguez 13, Whitefoot 2.

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Eisenhower 10 11 8 8 — 37

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Cayla Jones had 23 points, nine rebounds, four assists and four blocks for White Swan (2-3).

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SUNNYSIDE CHRISTIAN — Williams 8, Harrington 0, Brouwer 4, Katelyn Banks 17, Brittany Broersma 11, Stormee Van Belle 16, K. Broersma 4.

WHITE SWAN — Fiander 3, Ryan 0, T. Mills 0, W. Mills 4, Ramsey 6, Tillequots 0, Cayla Jones 23, Botkin 8.

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White Swan 14 3 9 18 — 44

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DESALES — Baumgart 7, Deal 4, Teresa Acock 11, Connelly 6, Allison Wujek 15, Leaahy 6, Ashlyn Lyons 14.

RIVERSIDE CHRISTIAN — Kissel 5, Fulton 3, Grove 4, Vance 2, Hamey 2, Bazilme 0, Gray 0.

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Riverside Christian 9 2 3 2 — 16

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GOLDENDALE JV — Cameron 4, Hoffman 2, Bigbie 1, Frank 8.

KLICKITAT — Green 7, Ke. Kessinger 2, Nicolle Oldfield 11, Templeton 8, Quinton 5, Tuthill 6, Schlangen 2, Blake 0.

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Klickitat 11 8 10 12 — 41