Girls basketball: Hudson's Bay 60, Columbia River 23

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Three players scored in double figures and the Eagles' defense led the way to the first win of the season for Hudson's Bay.

A 23-6 second quarter gave the visiting Eagles a 19-point halftime lead, and the Chieftans managed to score only seven points in the second half.

Lynnese Harrell scored a game-high 19 points for Hudson's Bay (1-7, 1-1). Bailey Freeman and Paris Collins added 11 points apiece.

"They really shot the ball well. They just made everything, and we turned the ball over too much," River coach Carl Click said.

Marion Lilly's five points topped the scoring for Columbia River (2-6, 0-2). The Chieftains' Holli Jo Chase left the game in the third quarter with a knee injury.

HUDSON'S BAY 60, COLUMBIA RIVER 23

HUDSON'S BAY -- Traci Crollard 4, Lauren Urke 4, Danae Lee 9, Charli Torres 2, Cierra Ramsey 0, Bailey Freeman 11, KayCee Jones 9, Lynnese Harrell 19, Paris Collins 11. Totals 23 (3) 11-22 60.

COLUMBIA RIVER -- Bethany Lowery 2, Kim Lowery 3, Marion Lilly 5, Leilani Wildman 0, Holli Jo Chose 3, Molly Bosch 0, Sydney Moore 4, Jenna Joy 0, Megan Martin 0, Morgan Anthony 6, Megan Bloom 0, Teaghan Cowles 0. Totals 9 (1) 4-7 23.

Hudson's Bay 12 23 12 13--60

Columbia River 10 6 5 2--23

JV -- River 36-15. C -- River won.