Prep roundup: Moses Lake pins its way past West Valley

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YAKIMA — Moses Lake won five matches by fall to rout West Valley 54-15.

The signature win came at 170 pounds when Levi Carlos was able to outlast ranked wrestler Steven Farris in a decision.

Moses Lake's last home dual is Thursday, 7 p.m., against Wenatchee.

Other Basin scores

Othello 51, Selah 19

Boys basketball

Ellensburg 78, Ephrata 53

ELLENSBURG — Josh Benthem scored a team-high 17 points in Ephrata's 78-53 loss at Ellensburg.

Ephrata, once again, could not contain rangy Ellensburg wing Steele Venters. Venters scored 31 points to pace the Bulldogs.

Score by quarters

EPH 12 10 20 11 — 53

EB 18 22 20 18 — 78

Girls basketball

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 68, St. John/Endicott/LaCrosse 59

ST. JOHN — Lind-Ritzville/Sprague built an 8-point lead after one quarter and held on to beat St. John/Endicott/LaCrosse 68-59.

Dakota Killian led the Broncos with 26 points.

Score by quarters

LRS 18 15 16 19 — 68

SJ 10 14 18 17 — 59

Ephrata 37, Ellensburg 27

ELLENSBURG — Ephrata overcame a 2-point first quarter to beat Ellensburg 37-27.

Isabel Buchert led the Tigers with 12 points.

Score by quarters

EPH 2 12 9 14 — 37

EB 6 7 6 8 — 27

Other Basin scores

Entiat 45, Moses Lake Christian 42

Boys swimming

Moses Lake earns state qualifying times at Kentridge Invite

FEDERAL WAY — Zach Washburn set another Moses Lake school record at the Kentridge Invite.

Washburn was second overall in the 200 freestyle, nabbing the record in 1 minute, 42.3 seconds. Washburn also qualified for state after finishing sixth in the 100 breaststroke in 1:00.3.

Dylan Bond (1:47.4) was seventh in the 200 freestyle and Noah Heaps (55.1) qualified for state in the 100 backstroke.

The 200 medley and 200 freestyle relays also qualified for state.

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