Girls basketball: Woodland 41, Hockinson 27

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Taylor McCullough scored seven of her game-high 19 points in the fourth quarter to help the host Beavers pull away late.

Woodland (8-4) outscored Hockinson 14-2 in the fourth quarter in the Class 2A Greater St. Helens League opener for voth teams.

Jenna Haagen scored 18 points to pace the Hawks. Haagen scored 12 of her points in the first quarter, helping Hockinson to an early lead.

Woodland coach Glenn Flanagan said he switched defenses and had Sidra Malik guard Haagen the rest of the game.

In addition to her 19 points, McCullough had seven steals for Woodland. Madison Sorensen added 10 points and three steals for the Beavers.

WOODLAND 41, HOCKINSON 27

HOCKINSON — Emily Gunderson 2, Sam Anders 0, Maggie Smith 2, Jandermass 0, Katelyn McGuire 5, Leah Howard 0, Brooke Sparks 0, Jenna Haagen 18, Caity Kuntz 0, Johnson 0. Totals 9 (2) 7-10 27.

WOODLAND (8-4) — Kendall Grell 3, Madison Sorensen 10, Taylor McCullough 19, McKenna Mulder 2, Emily Smith 2, Brianne Koering 2, Sidra Malik 3, Gracey Trice 0, Kylie Osborn 0. Totals 16 (4) 5-9 41.

Hockinson 13 4 8 2—27

Woodland 6 12 9 14—41

JV — Hockinson 38-25.