Despite losses, Tribe still third in standings

The Scappoose Lady Indians had problems getting on track during road games last week at Banks and Seaside.

Tuesday, Cowapa League-leading Banks took control of the contest in the first quarter and Scappoose was never able to challenge. They found themselves behind 18-6 after one period, and then didn’t score in the second period as Banks poured 12 more points through. Abby Kessi was in double figures for the Tribe with 11. Banks posted a 55-20 win.

It was a little closer at Seaside on Friday. The Lady Indians once again fell behind, but stemmed the tide in the second half and outscored the Lady Gulls 27-25. They lost 58-45.

The Tribe is still solidly entrenched in third place in the league, two games ahead of Tillamook and Yamhill-Carlton. A win against either of them would clinch the third-place play-in spot.

Banks has a one-game lead over Seaside for the league title. They were to play on Tuesday.

The Lady Indians hosted YC on Tuesday and this Friday travel to Astoria.


Seaside 58, Scappoose 45

Scappoose 9 9 11 16—45

Seaside 15 18 10 15—58

Scappoose (45)—Lacey Updike 12, Abby Kessi 10, Hoglund 9, Keierleber 5, Vardanega 5, MacInnis 4, Courtney, Bailey, Sykes.

Seaside (58)—Emily Becker 27, Katy Kawasoe 14, Westerholm 7, Villegas 4, Olson 3, Fitts 2, West 1.

Banks 55, Scappoose 20

Scappoose 6 0 9 5—20

Banks 18 12 15 10—55

Scappoose—Abby Kessi 11, Vardanega 6, Keierleber 2, A. MacInnis 1, Hoglund, Updike, Courtney, M. MacInnis, Bailey, Dynes.

Banks—Kayla Hardie 13, Gerlinger 8, Duyck 8, Birr 6, VanDomelen 4, Bunn 4, Hilger 2, Soper 2, Schmidlin 2, Chung 2,

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