VANCOUVER — Yanni Fassilis finished with 22 points, 13 boards and six blocks and was a force on both sides of the ball as Union pulled away from Camas on Wednesday night to hand the Papermakers their first 4A Greater St. Helens League loss and remain atop the league standings.
Camas (7-2) ended the third quarter up one and was outscored by Union (10-3) 25-12 in the fourth, thanks in part to Porter Hill scoring 10 of his 20 points. Evan Eschels finished with 18 points for the Titans. Camas was led by 16 points from Carson Frawley, who spent much of the game in foul trouble, and 14 from freshman Beckett Currie, including hit four 3s.
“It’s a scary sight for the (opposing) offense, not a lot gets through Yanni,” Union point guard Bryson Metz said. “We couldn’t do it without him, when the ball gets past the first line of defense, Yanni is always there, we can always count on him. I’m just really proud of him.”
Here are highlights from the game: