ELLENSBURG, Wash. — Senior guard Davon Bolton scored a game-high 18 points, including a 3-pointer with one second left in the first half, to lead Central Washington's men to an 82-67 win over Corban at Nicholson Pavilion on Tuesday night.
Bolton's buzzer-beating shot capped a 7-0 run over the final 1:06 of the first half. He made four of Central's seven baskets from long distance.
Amari Stafford connected on 7 of 9 shots and finished with 15 points and six rebounds, and teammates Matt Poquette and Tariq Woody chipped in 11 and 10 points, respectively, to help Central earn its fourth straight win.
The Wildcats (5-1) are off until Dec. 5 when they host Seattle Pacific to open GNAC play.
CORBAN — Jake Estep 14, Elijah Welch 13, Beau Roggenbach 12, Anderson 2, Smith 7, Seng 0, Van Lierop 9, Lawrence 6, Quintero 4, Omladic 0. Totals 21-51 20-24 67.
CENTRAL WASHINGTON — Davon Bolton 18, Amari Stafford 15, Matt Poquette 11, Tariq Woody 10, Lucas 9, Boykin 4, Hudson 0, Smith 4, Cola 0, Lindgren 2, Pollard 7, Gilson 2. Totals 34-67 7-14 82.
Halftime: Central 44-33. 3-point goals: Corban 5-16, Central 7-21 (Bolton 4-7, Poquette 1-2, Stafford 1-3, Lucas 1-4). Rebounds: Corban 34, Central 35 (Pollard 7, Woody 7, Stafford 6). Total fouls: Corban 15, Central 18. Assists: Corban 4, Central 14 (Pollard 3). Turnovers: Corban 16, Central 8. Steals: Corban 4, Central 7 (Boykin 3).
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
Former Eisenhower coach dies
Alaska Hall of Fame basketball coach Chuck White, who spend four seasons with Eisenhower's boys program, passed away on Monday at the age of 78.
White coached at Eisenhower from 1999-2000 to 2002-2003 with two league championships.
In a coaching career that spanned 45 years, White spent most of that time at East and West High Schools in Anchorage, where he won 18 state championships in the state's highest classification.
The University of Idaho graduate compiled a 921-228 career record. He won 14 state titles at East and then, after his stint in Yakima, returned to Anchorage and led West to four state championships in seven seasons. He moved to Colorado in 2010 after winning his final championship in 2010.
'Cats drop exhibition
SEATTLE — Brianna Phiakhamngon scored 18 points with five 3-pointers for Central Washington in a 75-65 loss to Seattle University in an exhibition game Tuesday night.
Alexis Pana added 16 points with four 3-pointers for the Wildcats, who made 11 of 20 shots beyond the arc.
Central will open play in the Cherry Creek Classic in Lakewood, Colo., on Friday against Colorado Christian.
HIGH SCHOOL BOWLING
EISENHOWER 4, DAVIS 0
At Nob Hill
Games scores: Eisenhower 713, Davis 711; Eisenhower 730, Davis 663; Eisenhower 194, Davis 119; Eisenhower 168, Davis 99.
Highlights: Elizabeth Sutton (D) 307; Cristina Rincon (D) 173 hi-game; Sydney Turner (E) 309; Lauren Heesemann (E) 311; Sadi Summers (E) 328.
Records: Ike 3-0 league, 5-0 overall.