MATTAWA — Jack Hardman scored a put-back with three seconds left and Warden stunned Wahluke in overtime 68-66.
Warden erased a four-point Wahluke advantage with about 20 seconds to play in regulation. Zach Richins split a pair of free throws, but Wahluke traveled on its ensuing possession. Dreyton Martinez buried a game-tying three with six seconds left.
The Warriors jumped out to a six-point lead in overtime before the Cougars clawed back.
Richins scored five of his 27 points at the end of overtime to tie the game 66-66. After a stop on the defensive end, Warden’s Kaden Skone was fouled. Skone missed both free throws, but the second attempt was tipped back to Hardman by Richins for the go-ahead basket.
Martinez finished with 22 points and Hardman, who was a game-time decision after suffering a broken nose, posted nine points and 17 rebounds.
Warden (2-3, 5-6) hosts College Place on Friday and Royal on Saturday. Both games are scheduled to start at 7 p.m.
Wahluke (3-3, 8-4) is on the road this weekend against Columbia and Connell.
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 77, Valley Christian 36
SPOKANE — Almira/Coulee-Hartline led 37-21 at halftime and routed Valley Christian 77-36.
Payton Nielsen scored 28 points and Maguire Isaak added 25.
ACH (6-1, 9-3) welcomes Republic Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 45, Davenport 42
RITZVILLE — Lind-Ritzville/Sprague withstood a fourth-quarter rally by Davenport to win 45-42.
Austin Thompson led the Broncos with 16 points and Camden Smith had 11.
LRS (5-3, 8-4) is on the road at Northwest Christian on Thursday.
Moses Lake Christian 54, Wilson Creek 6
WILSON CREEK — Moses Lake Christian blitzed Wilson Creek 54-6.
“We did the things that we want to do offensively and defensively,” head coach Lonny Brown said.
Moses Lake Christian (3-0, 6-2) plays Pateros Friday, 7:30 p.m., at home.
Wilson Creek (0-1, 0-3) is at Riverside Christian on Thursday.
Soap Lake 47, Bridgeport 22
SOAP LAKE — Soap Lake held Bridgeport to two points in the third quarter and won comfortably 47-22. Tracie Delgado led all scorers with 11 points. Shannon Boyd and Sierra Janikowski had 10 points each.
Soap Lake (3-6, 3-7) travels to Pateros on Jan. 16.
Davenport 55, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 34
RITZVILLE — Lind-Ritzville/Sprague did not reach double figures scoring in any quarter and lost to Davenport 55-34.
The Gorillas outscored the Broncos 35-16 in the second half. Eliza Galbreath and Linnea Shafer scored nine points each for LRS (3-5, 5-6).
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague is at Northwest Christian on Thursday.
Wilson Creek 59, Moses Lake Christian 37
WILSON CREEK — Wilson Creek remained unbeaten with a win over Moses Lake Christian 59-37. Anissa Odorizzi led the Devils with 14 points and eighth-grader McKenzie Lembcke scored 13.
Anastasia Gulenko scored 14 points for the Lions.
Moses Lake Christian (1-2, 1-5) hosts Pateros Friday at 6 p.m. Wilson Creek (1-0, 4-0) travels to Riverside Christian on Thursday.
Other Basin scores
Wahluke 49, Warden 43
Prosser 40, Ephrata 39
PROSSER — Prosser took advantage of pin points and a forfeit at 113 pounds to edge Ephrata 40-39.
Ephrata 113-pounder Sammy Flores, ranked No. 3 in Class 2A, did not make the trip due to an illness.
Ephrata (1-5) hosts Selah, 7 p.m., Thursday.
220: Dalton Hudson (P) p. Kevin Pelayo, 4:08
285: Prosser forfeit
106: Kelvin Sager (E) p. Diego Contreras, 0:36
113: Ephrata forfeit
120: Clay Johns (E) d. Jacob Torres, 6-0
126: Taylor Lakey (P) p. Sienna Stocking, 2:22
132: Kameron Merrick (P) p. Carter Cox, 2:47
138: Matt Hudak (P) md. Juan Mendoza, 10-0
145: Valerio Placido (E) p. Jorge Uribe, 4:00
152: Corbin Sager (E) p. Alex Eggleston, 0:51
160: Will Anderson (E) d. Clay Camp, inj. time
170; Logan Candanoza (P) p. Carter Mills, 1:28
182: Andrew Showman (P) p. Alan Maceda, 1:19
190: Mac Laird (E) p. Tyler Landa, 0:46
Othello 39, Quincy 31
QUINCY — Othello walked down Quincy’s 16-0 lead and won on the road 39-31.
The Jacks won the first four matches before the Huskies mounted their comeback. Josiah Barrera (106) pinned D’Angelo Aguilar in the first round to give the Huskies the lead for good, 18-16.
Othello (3-1) wrestles at Class 4A Moses Lake today at 5:30 p.m. Quincy (4-2) hosts Prosser, 7 p.m., Thursday.
160: Mykenzi Realme (Q) md. Eric Gomez, 11-3
170: Victor Tafoya (Q) d. Easton Roylance, 14-8
182: Ray Robinson (Q) d. Bernie Garza Jr., 6-5
195: Jerry Hodges (Q) p. Nicholas Alvarez, 5:28
220: Quincy forfeit
285: Quincy forfeit
106: Josiah Barrera (O) p. D’Angelo Aguilar, 1:36
113: Chris Melo (O) d. Jose Buenrostro, 25-10
120: Tanner Bushman (Q) d. Arturo Solorio, 8-4
126: Jaxon Rocha (O) p. Damion Casillas, 1:45
132: Jovani Espindola (O) d. Jesus Buenrostro, 11-0
138: Jeremy Mendez (O) p. Julian Trejo, 4:55
145: Devon Salcedo (Q) p. Levi Garza, 2:25
152: Nate Ramirez (Q) p. Juan Martinez, 5:38
Othello dominates league meet
OTHELLO — Othello and Warden scored lopsided wins in Tuesday’s Central Washington League meet.
Othello beat Quincy 66-12 and beat Eastmont 72-12. The Jacks forfeited seven weight classes. Warden handled Eastmont 52-24 and cruised past Quincy 45-24.
Othello hosts its Lady Huskie Invite, starting Friday at 5 p.m.
West Valley 3, Moses Lake 1
YAKIMA — Moses Lake had an off-day at the lanes and fell to West Valley 3-1.
Usually scoring in the mid 700s, Moses Lake (5-6, 6-6) totaled 617 and 648 pins in the first two games. By comparison, West Valley racked up 726 pins in Game 1 and 815 in Game 2. Jasmine Steele led the Chiefs in the first game with 140 pins and Camille Sanislo had a team-high 139 in the second.
West Valley secured the match after winning the first Baker game 170-136. Moses Lake salvaged the second Baker game 150-142.
Moses Lake closes its Columbia Basin Big Nine schedule at Eisenhower on Thursday. Ellensburg comes to Lake Bowl on Jan. 16 for the regular season finale.