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Yakima Herald-Republic file.

PROSSER — Selah’s final three games offer significant challenges and chances for significant rewards.

The Vikings narrowly passed their first test by beating Prosser 55-53 Friday night, earning them at least a share of the CWAC title. Kylie Wilkey scored 17 points, including the basket that put Selah ahead for good, 49-47.

But Prosser nearly came back thanks to a late 3-pointer from Marissa Cortes, who netted a team-high 12 points. The Mustangs fell behind 15-5 early before taking a lead in the second quarter as they fought to move within a game of Selah for first place.

Instead, they fell back to third heading into Saturday’s game at East Valley and the Vikings won their seventh straight. Selah will return home for a chance to claim the league title outright and avenge its lone CWAC loss on Saturday against Wapato, which extended its winning streak to 13 games on Friday.

SELAH — Piper Lukas 11, Kylie Wilkey 17, Snodgrass 0, Hall 4, Shurtleff 8, Seely 9, Wells 6.

PROSSER — Mal. Cortes 9, Wright 8, Marissa Cortes 12, Taylor 6, Harris 2, Yager 0, Rodriguez 9, Olivarez 1, Golden 6.

Selah 15 10 14 16 — 55

Prosser 12 11 16 14 — 53

Highlights: Shurtleff (S) 12 rebs; Lukas (S) 7 rebs; Wilkey (S) 7 rebs; Halle Wright (P) 6 rebs.

WAPATO 55, TOPPENISH 42: At Wapato, Janealle Sutterlict scored 20 points, grabbed nine rebounds and dished out six assists in the Wolves’ 13th straight win.

Sierra Asbell led Toppenish with 13 points and Jade Rivera scored 11 for Wapato, which plays at first-place Selah on Saturday while the Wildcats host Ellensburg.

TOPPENISH — Schwartz 2, Hanson 0, Zuniga 2, Sierra Asbell 13, Sandoval 7, Garza 2, Peters 2, Aguayo 0, Kassandra Tellez 10, Wallahee 4, Whalawitsa 0.

WAPATO — Janealle Sutterlict 20, Cordova 0, Jade Rivera 11, McKayla Goudy 10, Ale. Garza 3, Hickey 3, Colin 0, All. Garza 5, Alvarado 3.

Toppenish 10 12 6 14 — 42

Wapato 10 16 12 17 — 55

Highlights: Cordova (W) 9 rebs; Sutterlict (W) 9 rebs, 6 assts; Wallahee (T) 10 rebs.

ELLENSBURG 59, OTHELLO 44: At Ellensburg, Dylan Phillip scored 12 points to pace the Bulldogs.

Brinley Hagemeier added 11 for Ellensburg, which plays at Toppenish on Saturday.

OTHELLO — Garza 0, Simpson 4, Macy Hampton 17, Maciah Tovar 11, Guzman 0, Perez 6, Coronado 6.

ELLENSBURG — Brinley Hagemeier 11, Dylan Phillip 12, Ness 6, Lyyski 5, Smith 9, Kennedy 2, Whitney 6, Blume 5, Hartrick 3.

Othello 11 15 5 13 — 44

Ellensburg 21 10 11 17 — 59

GRANDVIEW 54, EAST VALLEY 46: At Grandview, Michelle Ruiz scored 12 of her 19 points during the Greyhounds’ 22-point third period.

Ruiz and teammate Karina Fajardo, who scored 12 points, both made 5 of 6 free throws.

Natalie Andreas scored a game-high 20 points to lead EV.

Grandview hosts Ephrata on Saturday while East Valley hosts Prosser.

EAST VALLEY — Harrington 0, Natalie Andreas 20, Garza 1, Alvarado 6, Wright 0, Bivins 1, Hibbitt 6, Kuhlmann 7, Barry 5.

GRANDVIEW — Laurean 7, Rivera 0, Karina Fajardo 12, Bender 0, Michelle Ruiz 19, Benitez 7, Duis 9, Ibarra 0.

East Valley 10 9 15 12 — 46

Grandview 8 5 22 19 — 54

Highlights: Bailey Duis 6 rebs; Ruiz 4 stls, 3 assts; Fajardo 6 rebs; Laurean 5 rebs, 3 stls, 4 assts.

CBBN

WEST VALLEY 46, EISENHOWER 33: At Eisenhower, the Rams hit three 3-pointers in the third quarter to break open a game that was tied at halftime.

Gilyan Landis scored 15 points to lead West Valley, which will travel to Moses Lake next Friday. Eisenhower hosts Moses Lake on Saturday.

WEST VALLEY — Loveless 3, Ariel Winslow 12, Burns 6, Fetzer 3, Roberts 0, Allen 0, Curtis 4, Gilyan Landis 15, Sears 0.

EISENHOWER — Corgy 0, Rodriguez 4, DeGrasse 5, Rideout 5, Tobiness 6, Valentine 5, Jimenez 8, Williams 0.

West Valley 12 9 13 12 — 46

Eisenhower 13 7 3 10 — 33

SCAC WEST

NACHES VALLEY 61, GOLDENDALE 29: At Naches Valley, Allison Uecker scored 18 points and grabbed 16 rebounds for her 14th double-double of the season to lead Naches Valley.

Taylor Dunbar had 17 points and Audrey Kime added nine points and 15 rebounds for the Rangers.

GOLDENDALE — Bighorn 0, Warren 0, Watson 3, Riggers 8, Hedges 1, Sheridan 8, Smith 1, Bartkowski 2, Sargeant 0, Peters 0, Heibert 6.

NACHES VALLEY — Yates 2, Washburn 0, Allison Uecker 18, Hahn-Landis 9, Mildfelt 0, Kime 9, Taylor Dunbar 17, Christopherson 7, Ziebach 0.

Goldendale 5 8 8 8 — 29

Naches Valley 16 13 22 10 — 61

Highlights: Uecker (NV) 16 rebs, 2 blks; Audrey Kime (NV) 15 rebs, 4 assts; Maci Chistopherson (NV) 8 rebs; Kassidy Yates (NV) 7 rebs; Dunbar (NV) 3 assts.

LA SALLE 52, GRANGER 22: At La Salle, Trista Hull posted another double-double with 18 points and 14 rebounds for the Lightning.

Kamryn Fiscus led the dominant Lightning defense with eight steals. La Salle will travel to Goldendale Saturday while Granger hosts Cle Elum.

GRANGER — Schneider 6, Roettger 1, Carrasco 1, Franco 3, Quinonez 8, Rodriguez 0, Vasquez 2, Ramos 1, Ayne 0, Herrera 0, Stewart 0.

LA SALLE — Fiscus 2, Desmarais 3, Martin 6, White 5, Ashby 6, Stohr 2, Trista Hull 18, Newman 6, McCrea 0, Remillard 0, McGree 4.

Granger 4 3 5 10 — 22

La Salle 11 13 19 9 — 52

Highlights: Hull (LS) 14 rebs; Kamryn Fiscus (LS) 8 stls.

ZILLAH 59, CLE ELUM 46: At Cle Elum, Addison Krueger scored seven of her 11 points in the first half to help the Leopards open a 30-19 lead at the break.

Grace Terrill netted 10 of her game-high 19 points in the third period for Cle Elum, which plays at Granger on Saturday while Zillah has a bye.

ZILLAH — Widner 8, Ziegler 8, Elizondo 2, Delp 6, Nishi 8, Zapien 2, Ramos 6, Wallace 8, Addison Krueger 11.

CLE ELUM — Grace Terrill 19, Jackson 7, Nao. Baker 2, Lombardi 1, Hink 7, Tate 0, Martin 0, Nat. Baker 8, Nass 2.

Zillah 13 17 17 12 — 59

Cle Elum 8 11 17 10 — 46

Highlights: Terrill 6 rebs, 4 stls, 5 assts; Grace Jackson 7 rebs.

EWAC

TRI-CITIES 65, MABTON 62: At Mabton, the Vikings’ second-half rally fell just short against the No. 2 team in the 2B RPI.

Mabton got a pair of double-doubles from Nayeli Aguilar (20 points, 11 rebounds) and Astrid Galarza (13 points, 12 rebounds). Emily Dickson and Talia Von Oelhoffen had double-doubles for Tri-Cities Prep.

TRI-CITIES — Brander 0, Ghirardo 0, Valencia 0, Emily Dickson 29, Boothe 2, McKenna Martinez 16, Monteon 3, Long 0, Talia Von Oelhoffen 15.

MABTON — Astrid Galarza 13, Nayeli Auilar 20, Zavala 0, Angela Herrera 12, Becerra 9, Guevara 0, Casteneda 2, Hernandez 6.

Tri-Cities 21 20 12 12 — 65

Mabton 14 15 21 12 — 62

Highlights: Galarza (M) 12 rebs; Aguilar (M) 11 rebs; Herrera 4 3p; Von Oelhoffen (TCP) 15 rebs; Dickson (TCP) 13 rebs.

WHITE SWAN 62, LYLE-WISHRAM 36: At Lyle-Wishram, Shayonnie Jackson scored 14 points and Luvey Van Pelt put together eight points, eight rebounds and five steals for the Cougars, who broke away with 40 points in the second half.

White Swan travels to DeSales on Saturday.

WHITE SWAN — Nakota Sampson 10, Shayonnie Jackson 14, Ike-Andrews 1, Hailey Bass 10, Bock 2, Zagelow 2, Bird 0, G. Pineda 3, Oms 2, Van Pelt 8, Scabbyrobe 3, Castilleja 7, D. Pineda 0.

LYLE-WISHRAM — Houston 2, Hawkins 2, Jade Childers 12, Rabbe 0, Spino 0, Keegan Leslie 11, Rubio 5, Olson 4, Killian 0, McCullough 0.

White Swan 13 9 20 20 — 62

Lyle-Wishram 12 3 8 13 — 36

Highlights: Sampson 3 3p; Kiana Castilleja 4 stls, 4 assts; Briley Bock 3 stls, 3 asst, 4 rebs; Hailey Bass 3 stls, 4 rebs; Luvey Van Pelt 5 stls, 8 rebs.

GCB

SUNNYSIDE CHRISTIAN 42, DESALES 29: At Sunnyside Christian, Sydney Banks and Madi Candenoza combined for 29 points for the Knights, who pulled away in the second half by holding DeSales to 13 points.

SC visits Klickitat-Glenwood on Saturday in GCB play.

DESALES — Arceo 1, K, Buratto 2, Ness 2, H. Buratto 5, Jones 9, Wahl 0, Skaarup 5, Thomas 5.

SUNNYSIDE CHRISTIAN — Madi Candenoza 11, Sydney Banks 18, K. Candenoza 0, Struikmans 0, Halma 0, Bravo 0, Andringa 6.

DeSales 6 10 9 4 — 29

Sunnyside Chr. 15 2 11 13 — 42

CWB

PATEROS 40, RIVERSIDE CHRISTIAN 29: At Pateros, the Knights faded in the fourth quarter despite a game-high 16 points from Olivia Hull.

Riverside Christian concludes the regular season at home against Moses Lake Christian next Thursday.

RIVERSIDE CHRISTIAN — Olivia Hull 16, Bell 8, Shields 3, Vance 2, Belknap 0, Yallup 0, L. Sanders 0, Puterbaugh 0.

PATEROS — Vanessa Ceniceros 11, J. Piechalski 10, Smith 7, White 5, Flores 4, Williams 3, A. Piechalski 0, Baird 0.

Riverside Christian 7 10 7 5 — 29

Pateros 9 4 11 16 — 40