Here are the scores from last night in the EVCO 2A along with the updated standings. Below the standings is our coverage of the game we had on the air Wednesday night, WF West at Black Hills with a re-cap, scoring stats, our post game show and video highlights.

Wednesday Night Scores

Tumwater 64, Centralia 41
Aberdeen 70, Rochester 43
WF West 62, Black Hills 48

Evergreen 2A Standings
WIAA League Overall
Team Name CL RPI W L W L
2A 22 8 1 11 6
 W F West
2A 24 6 1 9 5
 Black Hills
2A 28 6 3 9 6
2A 38 4 4 7 7
2A 48 4 6 6 9
2A 55 2 7 3 11
2A 62 0 8 2 10


WF West 62, Black Hills 48

WF West          11   26   41   62
Black Hills      14   18   34   48

Link to watch full game replay on NFHS Network (Subcription required)

(Tumwater, WA) The WF West Bearcats had been off for 9 days and came out a little rusty as they fell behind the Wolves 14-11 after the 1st quarter but came out strong in the 2nd 8-minutes jumping out to a 23-14 lead with a 12-0 run. The Wolves would not score their 1st basket of the 2nd quarter until nearly 6 minutes in. WF West outscored Black Hills 15-4 to go to the halftime break up with a 26-18 lead.

The 2nd repeated with the Wolves staying in the game and cutting the lead down to 3 at one point but the Bearcats rallied and gave up just 1 point of their 8 point cushion to lead 41-34. In the 4th quarter back-to-back 3 balls one from Lucas Hoff and the other from Tyler Klatush pushed the lead back to double figures and the Bearcats pressure defense would not allow the Wolves to make a serious late run.

The Bearcats Senior dominated team led by Parker Eiswald who dropped 18 points and filled up his stat line with rebounds and assists was our Thorbeckes MVP. Eiswald told ESN that the 9 days off likely led to the slow start but once they got into rhythm the game came to them and they were able to keep the Wolves potent offensive weapons of Simon Nysted and Jack Ellison held in check. 

It was the Wolves Senior night with ceremonies prior to the game honoring their graduating players including Simon Nysted, Jack Ellison, Truman Wimsett, Jace Cedargreen, Mason Nagel and Wyatt Murphy.

Our Home team Better Homes and Garden, Summit Funding and Country Insurance Takin’ it to the House Play of the Game waas the 3-point shot by Lucas Hoff pushing the lead back to 10 points in the 4th quarter.

The Bearcats improved to 6-1 in league play and 9-5 overall and will next face Tumwater at home on Friday night in a battle for 1st place. The Wolves dropped to 6-3 in league and 9-6 overall and travel to Centralia on Friday.

WF West: Eiswald 16, Klatush 15, Hoff 11, Brumfield 7, Westlund 7, Potter 5, Rockey 1
Black Hills: Nysted 13, T. Morrill 12, Morgan 9, Q. Morrill 4, Cedergreen 3, Faught 3, Ellison 2, Nagel 2

ESN Postgame Show


Parker Eiswald steals and scores



Talon Morrill beats the clock


Lucas Hoff drains a 3 in our Takin’ It to the House Play of the Game


By tonyd

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