WAPATO, Wash. — Marcus Guevara scored 15 points to lead three players in double figures and Wapato leaned on a stout defensive effort to beat West Valley 62-39 in CWAC boys basketball Tuesday night.

Adam Vela and Chip Strom tallied 13 points apiece for the Wolves (2-1, 2-2), who outscored West Valley 27-12 in the final period. Vela added five rebounds and four assists.

Griffin Thurlby led West Valley (2-1, 2-3) with 16 points.

WEST VALLEY — Ja. Van De Brake 4, Hoggarth 6, Engquist 0, Ju. Van De Brake 3, Lions 2, Croshaw 5, Peters 3, Landis 0, Griffin Thurlby 16, Caudill 0.

WAPATO — G. Jacob 0, J. Vela 0, H. Jacob 2, Rodriguez 3, Carmona 2, Blodgett 9, Adam Vela 13, Chip Strom 13, Patterson 3, Acosta 0, Gonzalez 2, Marcus Guevara 15.

West Valley 8 11 8 12 — 39

Wapato 16 12 7 27 — 62

Highlights: Adam Vela (Wap) 4 assts, 5 rebs; Guevara (Wap) 5 rebs.

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GRANDVIEW 86, OTHELLO 48: At Grandview, Isaiah Gonzales scored 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, Andy Rodriguez, Joey Saenz and Isaiah Ruiz added 12 points apiece and Toby Schrank had 11 as Grandview (3-0, 5-0) had no trouble remaining undefeated.

OTHELLO — Martinez 2, AJ. Garza 3, Gomez 0, Ad. Garza 9, Josiah Peterson 12, Hall 6, Wagner 3, Suaez 0, As. Garza 0, Huerta 4, Weise 8, Rodriguez 5.

GRANDVIEW — Andy Rodriguez 12, Joey Saenz 12, Armendariz 9, Saladna 2, Toby Schrank 11, Isaiah Gonzales 20, Carpenter 6, Isaiah Ruiz 12, Cornejo 0, Dailey 2.

Othello 9 19 11 9 — 48

Grandview 22 26 21 17 — 86

Highlights: Ruiz (G) 9 assts, 3 stls; Gonzales (G) 10 reb., Saenz (G) 3 stls.

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SELAH 46, TOPPENISH 34: At Toppenish, Nick Towery’s 14 points led the Vikings, who outscored Top-Hi 25-17 in the second half of the defensive battle. Randy Isadore had 20 points for Toppenish.

SELAH — Rogers 2, Cruz 0, Jackson 7, Vergara 4, Herriges 0, Wood 8, McGuire 3, Nick Towery 14, Yates 4, Blain 4.

TOPPENISH — McCord 0, Randy Isadore 20, Hayes 2, Perez 2, Hansen 4, Lopez 0, Peterson 0, Patino 6, Zamarripa 0.

Selah 15 6 13 12 — 46

Toppenish 5 12 9 8 — 34

Highlights: Isaac Hayes (T) 5 rebs, Lopez (T) 4 rebs, Jose Patino (T) 4 rebs.

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EPHRATA 61, PROSSER 54: At Ephrata, Riley Pheasant had 15 points and teammates Jacob Laird and Dylan Benthem added 11 points apiece to lead the Tigers over the Mustangs.

Mason Schutt led all scorers with 17 points and Cardell Jones added 12 for Prosser.

PROSSER — Mason Schutt 17, Cardell Jones 12, Ko. Blair 8, Jensen 6, Flores 5, Ka. Blair 4, Cox 2, Blakney 0, Hernandez 0, Brown 0.

EPHRATA — Riley Pheasant 15, Ball 4, Blankenship 4, Johnson 9, Buchert 0, Burleson 3, Jacob Laird 10, DeHoog 4, Christensen 0, Dylan Benthem 12, Monson 0.

Prosser 12 16 13 13 — 54

Ephrata 13 27 9 12 — 61

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SCAC

LA SALLE 67, MABTON 53: At West Valley, Tresten Garza’s 13 points led four players in double figures for the Lightning (1-0, 4-1). Gus Bonny turned in a double-double of 11 points and 10 steals for La Salle, which plays Saturday at Cle Elum.

MABTON — Diaz 6, Luis Ruiz 11, Sanchez 8, Herrera 3, Zavala 6, Alex Espinoza 15, Reyna 2, Galarza 2.

LA SALLE — Andringa 9, Tresten Garza 13, Morehouse 2, Austin Gasseling 10, Gus Bonny 11, Gorrebeeck 6, Ide 4, Bret Oldman 12.

Mabton 15 11 15 12 — 53

La Salle 12 16 19 20 — 67

Highlights: Brent Gorrebeeck (L) 7 rebs; Bonny (L) 10 stls; Oldman (L) 4 assts.

NONLEAGUE

DAVIS 81, CHIAWANA 67: At Davis, Nikhil Lizotte scored 26 points and the Pirates rolled up 53 second-half points.

“In the first half they were basically just dominating the boards,” Davis coach Eli Juarez said, “and the second half we decided to make a stand and push back. We did a good job of adjusting to their physicality and stood our ground.”

Rosendo Lopez had 17 points, Max Jones 13 and Nick Navarro 11 for the Pirates (6-1), who trailed 37-28 at halftime before unleashing their offensive assault.

CHIAWANA — Mitchell 8, Harris 7, Singleton 8, Dorton 2, Renn 16, Mendonza 5, Grandison 5, Koval 8, Henderson 8.

DAVIS — Nick Navarro 11, Gasseling 3, Nikhil Lizotte 26, Wheeler 4, Rosendo Lopez 17, Max Jones 13, Nickens 6, Gordon 1, Imperial 0.

Chiawana 22 15 13 17 — 67

Davis 21 7 23 30 — 81

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KENNEWICK 55, EISENHOWER 37: At Eisenhower, Najea Harris scored 11 points for the Cadets, who host Sunnyside on Friday.

KENNEWICK — Garcia 5, J. Wuol 9, Mitchel Mueller 11, Fernandez 0, Young 0, DeWitt 5, Molnaa 3, D. Plew 2, Tennancour 4, C. Plew 6, Vargas, Yiel Wuol 10.

EISENHOWER — Adams 0, Najea Harris 11, McLin 7, Moya 0, Davis 5, Hinman 7, Gomez 0, Cooper 0, Stebbins 0, Backes 5, Handfield 2.

Kennewick 21 12 8 14 — 55

Eisenhower 12 2 8 15 — 37

Highlights: Y. Wuol (K) 8 rebs; Mueller (K) 5 assts.

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KAMIAKIN 66, SUNNYSIDE 30: At Kamiakin, the host Braves shot out to a 36-13 lead at halftime and finished with three players in double figures. Leo Palacios led the Grizzlies with 10 points.

SUNNYSIDE — Est. Salmeron 8, Sanchez 4, Fernandez 4, Ortega 3, Garza 1, Sotelo 0, Voorhies 0, Leo Palacios 10, Romero 0, Pike 0, En.Salmeron.

KAMIAKIN — Kylle Robertson 17, Blake Wagar 14, Tre Joseph 14, Petsch 4, Fowler 4, Nelson 3, Holle 3, Bayles 3, Gurney 4.

Sunnyside 8 5 5 12 — 30

Kamiakin 16 20 17 13 — 66

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WHITE SWAN 45, SUNNYSIDE CHRISTIAN 44: At White Swan, Trevor Shavehead scored 21 points and collected seven rebounds, four assists and three blocks for the Cougars, who held Sunnyside Christian to 12 points in the second half.

Shavehead had 15 of his 21 points in the first half for White Swan (2-3).

Joel Martin led the Knights with 11 points.

SUNNYSIDE CHRISTIAN — Broersma 3, Joel Martin 11, Hoff 5, Bosma 9, Cervantes 8, Scheensta 0, Scheenstrom 8.

WHITE SWAN — Spencer 0, Wyena 0, Kobie Lewis 10, Trevor Shavehead 21, Picard 4, Aleck 1, Rivera 2, Andy 6.

Sunnyside Christian 10 22 7 5 — 44

White Swan 11 16 5 13 — 45

Highlights: Shavehead (WS) 7 rebs, 4 assts, 3 blks; Dylan Rivera (WS) 10 rebs; Lewis (WS) 5 rebs; Tristan Spencer (WS) 4 stls.

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WARDEN 56, KITTITAS 54 (OT): At Kittitas, Brennan Ratich scored a game-high 22 points and Logan Leaton added 13 for the Coyotes (3-3), but the Cougars eked out the win in the extra session.

WARDEN — Kisler 6, Nate Cole 13, Haines 2, Jesus Ibarra 13, Shuler 6, Mikkelsen 4, Deplus 9, Gonzalez 3.

KITTITAS — Logan Leaton 13, Helgeson 3, Brennan Ratich 22, Oursland 5, McIrvin 4, Medar 3, Allphin 0, Simon 4.

Warden 10 18 6 14 8 — 56

Kittitas 6 19 12 11 6 — 54

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RIVERSIDE CHRISTIAN 45, DESALES 30: At Riverside Christian, sophomore Jacob Cleveringa paced the Crusaders (4-2) to the nonleague victory with a game-high 15 points.

RC opened a 10-point halftime lead, limiting the Irish to just a point in the opening quarter.

DE SALES — B. Miedena 2, Galloway 5, Arellando 1, Jacobson 6, C. Miedena 6, Richmand 7, Leahy 3, Standard 0, Kjeldgaard 0.

RIVERSIDE CHRISTIAN — M. Catton 8, Gartrell 7, J. Catton 2, Tranch 6, Jacob Cleveringa 15, Haas 1, Hoon 6, Faxon 0.

DeSales 1 16 10 3 — 30

Riverside Christian 9 18 8 10 — 45

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LYLE-WISHRAM 46, DUFUR (ORE.) 38: At Lyle, Johnathan Von Ahn had a double-double of 22 ponts and 11 rebounds to lead Lyle-Wishram (3-2).

DUFUR — Caleb Morris 12, Caldwell 11, Karqye 4, Keebler 4, Little 0, Uhalde 5, L. Morris 2, Olson 0.

LYLE-WISHRAM — Sisson 0, Jones 0, Armour 4, Montonya 9, Nelson 0, Stephens 5, Carpenter 0, Jonathan Von Ahn 22, Carse 6.

Dufur 14 0 8 16 — 38

Lyle-Wishram 13 10 9 14 — 46

Highlights: Von Ahn (LW) 11 rebs, Gabe Montaya (LW) 10 rebs; 4 steals.

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GREATER COLUMBIA 1B

YAKAMA TRIBAL 75, TROUT LAKE 27: At Yakama Tribal, Justin Shilo scored 11 of his 30 points in the first period and added seven rebounds and four steals for the Eagles (1-0, 2-3) in their league opener.

TROUT LAKE — Rico 5, Modrich 1, Hunt 2, Smith 0, Backer 4, JD Cox 10, Wallsborn 0, Curtis 0, Morris 5, Mersereau 0.

YAKAMA TRIBAL — Strom 3, Joseph Sanchey 12, Shike 6, Donavan Arquette 10, Holguin 8, Justin Shilo 30, Rocha 0, Meanus 6, Garcia 0, Easter 0.

Trout Lake 6 9 7 5 — 27

Yakama Tribal 24 14 27 10 — 75

Highlights: Shilo (YT) 7 rebs, 4 stls; Scaniko Meanus (YT) 7 rebs.