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Mills' basket lifts Scappoose girls over Tillamook

Lea Brodala leads Indians with 15 points


SCAPPOOSE HIGH SCHOOL -        Sara Mills’ late two-pointer was the deciding score against host Tillamook on Tuesday.

The Indians won 36-34.

Lea Brodala led Scappoose (5-16 overall, 1-8 Cowapa League) with 15 points as she made 11 of 16 free throws. Kendal Bailey came away with nine points and 10 of the Indians’ 29 rebounds.

The Indians, who trailed 15-11 at halftime, have split the last six meetings with the Cheesemakers (3-18, 1-8).

Scappoose fell 48-28 at Astoria on Friday, Feb. 12.

Bailey led the Indians (4-16, 0-8) with 11 points on 4-of-7 from the field. Brodala put in eight points and six of the Indians’ 23 rebounds.

Junior Rylee Demander scored 15 points for the Fishermen (11-11, 4-4) and made four of her team’s eight 3-pointers. Six-foot senior and returning all-leaguer Chloee Hunt added 12 points.

Scappoose is scheduled to host No. 2 Banks, a winner of 14 in a row, at 6 p.m. on Thursday, the results of which were unavailable at press time.

The Braves, back from sixth at the state tournament, beat the host Indians 73-14 on Feb. 2 and have won the last five in the series.

Astoria 48, Scappoose 28

S 14 8 19 7 — 48

A 7 2 8 11 — 28

S — Kendal Bailey 11, Lea Brodala 8, Kaylie Kopra 5, Sara Mills 3, Krystal Esterly 1. Totals 9 10-15 28.

A — Rylee Demander 15, Chloee Hunt 12, Taylor Mickle 7, Ashley Dalton 7, Kaylee Mitchell 4, Sam Hemsley 3. Totals 16 8-11 48.

3-point goals — A 8 (Demander 4, Hunt 2, Mickle, Mitchell). Total fouls — A 10; S 9.

Scappoose 36, Tillamook 34

S 5 6 13 12 — 36

T 5 10 11 8 — 34

S — Lea Brodala 15, Kendal Bailey 9, Hunter Dost 4, Sara Mills 4, Kaylie Kopra 4. Totals 11 14-22 36.

T — Totals 12 7-10 34.

3-point goals — T 3. Total fouls: S 9; T 13. Fouled out — Katie Sherer.

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