Lacy Kruse scored 30 points to go with 20 rebounds as the Clark College women’s basketball team defeated Grays Harbor 83-74 on Saturday at Aberdeen.
Deborah Simmers added 20 points, and Kass Cloyd had 14 points and eight rebounds, and Clara Russell had 11 points for Clark (9-9, 7-3 NWAACC West).
Clark recovered from a 39-29 halftime deficit.
“We played defense and took care of the ball,” Clark coach Nancy Boone said of the turnaround.
Clark men 80, at Grays Harbor 58 — The Penguins kept Grays Harbor winless on the season with a solid defensive effort.
Daniel Anderson led a balanced scoring attack with 13 points for Clark (12-7, 6-4). Austin Bragg added 10 points.
“Our defense is getting better,” Clark coach Mike Arnold said. “We are playing harder and with urgency. They are making things happen.”
Clark led by as many as 34 points and outrebounded Grays Harbor 54-32.
Both Clark teams travel to Highline in Des Moines on Monday.