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Yakima Herald-Republic file

EPHRATA, Wash. — Sophomore Cloe Peters made four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points to lead Toppenish to a 52-50 victory over Ephrata in CWAC girls basketball Saturday afternoon.

Kassandra Tellez had eight points and Bree Peters added seven points, seven rebounds and three steals for the Wildcats, who are off to a 2-0 start in conference and will host Granger on Tuesday.

TOPPENISH — Sandoval 6, B. Peters 7, Zuniga 6, Aguilera 0, Cloe Peters 14, Sanchez 0, Menenick 4, Tellez 8, Whalawitsa 5, Fiander 2.

EPHRATA — Glenn 0, Julia Davis 11, Payton Hagy 13, Eisen 2, Clark 7, Follett 1, Riggs 0, Dilling 0, Mills 8, Nash 0, Elliott 8.

Toppenish=9=14=12=17=—=52

Ephrata=18=12=9=11=—=50

Highlights: Nakota Whalawitsa (T) 10 rebs; Bree Peters (T) 7 rebs, 3 stls; C. Peters (T) 4 3-pts.

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WAPATO 50, PROSSER 46: At Wapato, Patricia Hickey scored 10 of her 14 points in the second half as the Wolves bounced back from Friday's setback to Grandview.

Halle Wright scored eight of her game-high 20 points in the fourth quarter for Prosser. Cordova posted a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds for Wapato.

PROSSER — Bestebreur 0, Maljaars 0, Cortes 3, Halle Wright 20, Leila Taylor 13, Harris 9, Olivarez 0, Hull 1.

WAPATO — Arianna Cordova 12, Rojas 0, Rivera 6, Morales 0, Goudy 5, Garza 2, Patricia Hickey 14, Crystal Colin 11, Alvarado 0.

Prosser=8=8=14=16=—=46

Wapato=11=9=17=13=—=50

Wapato highlights: Cordova 10 rebs; Hickey 6 rebs; Jade Rivera 5 rebs. 

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SELAH 65, OTHELLO 53: At Othello, Kylie Sherman had 24 points and eight rebounds, and Jayden Horton added 17 points to help Selah earn its second straight victory to open the season.

The Vikings started fast, leading 14-8 after one quarter and extending the lead to 37-20 by halftime.

SELAH — Gibb 9, Wold 4, Dalrymple 0, Mattson 3, Hall 1, Jayden Horton 17, Rasmussen 7, Raap 0, Kylie Sherman 24, Carpenter 0.

OTHELLO — Sanchez 4, Coronado 20, Simpson 5, Gonzalez 0, Martinez 2, Tovar 9, Pruneda 0, Perez 13.

Selah=14=23=14=14=—=65

Othello=8=12=18=15=—=53

Selah highlights: Jaisha Gibb 8 reb., 4 assts.; Sherman 8 reb.; Ashlynn Hall 6 reb.

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NONLEAGUE

SUNNYSIDE 51, HERMISTON 46: At Sunnyside, Kameran Rodriguez broke out for 23 points and Benemi Sanchez had 10 points and three steals for the Grizzlies.

Sunnyside (2-1) hosts Hanford on Tuesday.

HERMISTON — Katelyn Heideman 16, Young 9, Ray 0, Seavert 4, Kessell 4, Dowdy 6, Hernandez 0, Romero 7, Young 0.

SUNNYSIDE — Romero 0, Zavala 2, Maldonado 5, Ramirez 0, Weets 3, Wilson 8, Fuentes 0, Benemi Sanchez 10, Schmal 0, Kameran Rodriguez 23.

Hermiston=12=6=9=19=—=46

Sunnyside=8=14=10=19=—=51

Highlights: Abby Zavala (S) 6 rebs, 3 stls; Paris Wilson (S) 4 rebs; Sanchez (S) 3 stls; Analyssa Maldonado (S) 3 assts.

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SHADLE PARK 72, EISENHOWER 61: At Shadle Park, sophomores Kiana Yeski and Mia Rodriguez scored 18 and 14 points, respectively, for the Cadets, who led 33-30 at halftime.

Eisenhower opens CBBN play next Saturday at Eastmont.

EISENHOWER — Kiana Yeski 18, Johnson 0, Sanchez 2, Mia Rodriguez 14, Woody 5, Valentinez 3, Lexi Tobiness 13, Verduzco 0, Gutierrez 0, Edwards 0, Rios 0, Webber 6.

SHADLE PARK — Lawrence 5, Archer 7, Katelyn Pomerinke 11, Izzy Boring 18, Thompson 9, Eva Leblanc 16, Garcia-Frade 6.

Eisenhower=14=19=14=14=—=61

Shadle Park=12=18=25=17=—=72

Highlights: Shadle Park FTs 20-45, Ike 11-13.

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LEWIS & CLARK 40, WEST VALLEY 26: At Lewis & Clark, Gillyan Landis knocked in 14 points for the Rams against last season's 4A state runner-up.

West Valley hosts Richland on Tuesday.

WEST VALLEY — Winslow 5, Allen 1, Raver 2, Fuller 4, Kraft 0, Curtis 0, Gillyan Landis 14.

LEWIS & CLARK — Everstine 6, Tran 5, Andie Zylak 17, Schmidt 2, Peters 3, Grant 5, Jensen 2.

West Valley=9=3=3=11=—=26

Lewis & Clark=11=14=10=5=—=40

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GRANDVIEW 50, PULLMAN 30: At Pullman, Jazmine Richey finished with a double-double of 15 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Greyhounds past Pullman.

Grandview outscored Pullman in the first three quarters, building a 42-21 lead going into the fourth quarter.

GRANDVIEW — Jazmine Richey 15, Trevino 9, Duis 7, Alaniz 7, Castro 6, Benitez 3, Lara 2, Copeland 1, Rivera 0, Laurean 0, Silva 0.

PULLMAN — Limburg 0, E. McDougle 6, Pitzer 2, Peyton Teevens 12, Chittenden 2, McSweeney 2, Benton 0, H. McDougle 0, Singh 2, Talbot 4, Kallaher 0.

Grandview=19=13=10=8=—=50

Pullman=7=10=4=9=—=30

Highlights: Richey (G) 11 rebs, 4 stls.

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HIGHLAND 57, WAHLUKE 20: At Wahluke, Fatima Lopez hit three 3-pointers on her way to a game-high 11 points to go along with four steals.

HIGHLAND — Fatima Lopez 11, Jimenez 9, Ramos 7, Gonzalez 6, Ayala 5, Hakala 5, Naranjo 5, Rydberg 4, Monson 3, Silva 2.

WAHLUKE — Valdovinos 6, Andrade 4, Zamora 2, Cruz 2, rest of team 6.

Highland=19=7=18=13=--=57

Wahluke=5=5=3=7=--=20

Highland highlights: Lopez 3 3-p, 4 steals; Gwen Rydberg 4 rebs; Jackie Narajo 5-8 FT.

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CASHMERE 57, LA SALLE 37: At Cashmere, Hailey Van Lith scored 33 points to lead Cashmere.

Kayana Bass scored 10 points to lead the Lightning in its season opener.

La Salle hosts Wapato on Tuesday.

LA SALLE — Goins 4, L. Lancaster 2, E. Lancaster 2, Ashby 3, Stohr 7, Hull 3, Newman 6, Kayana Bass 10, Martin 0, Sigler 0.

CASHMERE — Hailey Van Lith 33, Hammond 6, Brown 6, Johnson 4, Bergman 8, Ball 0, Lewis 0, Phillips 0, Larson 0.

La Salle=8=9=12=8—=37

Cashmere=14=13=17=13=—=57

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WARDEN 64, NACHES VALLEY 24: At Naches Valley, Allison Uecker scored 12 points for the Rangers, who host East Valley on Tuesday.

WARDEN — Martinez 6, Richins 0, Q. Erdmann 4, B. Erdmann 4, Jaryn Madsen 20, JLynn Rios 10, Golladay 0, Kiana Rios 15, Enriquez 0, McKay 5.

NACHES VALLEY — Washburn 0, St. Martin 0, Yates 0, Dunbar 8, Allison Uecker 12, Hahn-Landis 4, Mildfelt 0, Kime 0, Gunter 0, Christopherson 0.

Warden=31=22=5=6=—=64

Naches Valley=2=10=6=6=—=24

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YAKAMA TRIBAL 46, LAKESIDE 45 (OT): At Pendleton, Ore., Jada Liulamaga was fouled on a 3-point attempt as time expired in overtime and made two of three free throws to give the Eagles the victory over Lakeside, Idaho.

Liulamaga and Saneah Eagleheart both scored 13 points and G'Mewin Mills added 12 points for Yakama Tribal (2-1), which travels to Moses Lake Christian Academy on Thursday.

LAKESIDE, IDAHO — Daniels 0, J. Holt 8, Adrian 8, Gorr 3, Peters 5, Anderson 8, Allen 0, Marchand 3, Ashlee Holt 10.

YAKAMA TRIBAL — Jada Liulamaga 13, Eyle 3, Saneah Eagleheart 13, Sy. Eagleheart 0, Suppah 2, G'Mewin Mills 12, Randall 3, Starr 0.

Lakeside=19=8=6=5=7=—=45

Yakama Tribal=12=7=11=8=8=—=46

Highlights: Liulamaga (YT) 8 rebs, 6 assts, 4 stls; Sophia Suppah (YT) 7 rebs; Sa. Eagleheart (YT) 5 rebs.

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KITTITAS 28, KIONA-BENTON 27: At Kittitas, Amelia Mohn's 12 points and seven rebounds led the Coyotes to a nonleague win and 2-0 start.

KITTITAS — Amelia Mohn 12, Rupp, Allphin 2, Moore 4, Federwisch 2.

Highlights: Mohn 7 rebs, 3 assts, 2 stls; Kyra Rupp 10 rebs, 2 stls; Grace Allphin 7 rebs, 2 stls; Hannah Moore 4 rebs.

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LATE FRIDAY

GRANDVIEW 44, WAPATO 32: At Grandview, Bailey Duis' 13 points and 10 rebounds led the Greyhounds in their CWAC opener.

WAPATO — Cordova 0, Rojas 0, Rivera 4, Morales 5, Goudy 0, Gomez Garza 0, Hickey 5, Colin 5, Nyah Alvarado 11.

GRANDVIEW — Bailey Duis 13, Jazmine Richey 11, Andrea Laurean 11, N. Trevino 8, Rivera 1, Benitez 0, Lara 0, Alaniz 0, Castro 0.

Wapato=9=6=3=14=—=32

Grandview=6=19=7=12=—=44

Highlights: Duis (G) 10 rebs; Natalee Trevino (G) 9 rebs; Richey (G) 7 rebs; Laurean (G) 4 stls.

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PROSSER 63, EPHRATA 58: At Prosser, sophomore Halle Wright scored 25 points to lead the Mustangs.

Leila Taylor hit four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points for Prosser.

EPHRATA — Julia Davis 19, Payton Hagy 10, Elsen 2, Clark 1, Follett 2, Mills 6,  Alanna Elliott 17.

PROSSER — Halle Wright 25, Bestebreur 6, Maljaars 3, Cortes 0, Leila Taylor 14, Harris 8, Olivarez 2, Hull 3.

Ephrata=16=10=14=17=—=57

Prosser=18=18=11=16=—=63