Girls basketball: Mountain View 77, Hudson’s Bay 48

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Carly Holboke has had a nice week. But the real test comes next week.

For the second time this week, the Mountain View junior broke the school record for points in a game by scoring 46 points in the Thunder’s 77-48 win over Hudson’s Bay in a Class 3A Greater St. Helens girls basketball game.

On Tuesday, Holboke scored 39 in a win over Fort Vancouver to set a school record. That mark lasted only four days.

“Carly had a nice game, but her teammates helped the cause,” Mountain View coach Mat Clark said. “They did a good job of moving the ball around to get her shots, so it was somewhat of a group effort. Carly said as much after the game. Typical Carly; she’s very team-oriented in that regard.”

Emma DuChesne had 12 points for the Thunder, and Bailey Gaspar and Bailey Lindsley had strong rebounding games.

“We’ve been using an eight- and nine-player rotation, and it’s starting to come together,” Clark said. “And that’s good because we’ve got Prairie and Camas next week. We’re going to need some collective contributions in those games.”

Treneisha Doyle scored 17 to lead the Eagles.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 77, HUDSON’S BAY 48

HUDSON’S BAY — CeCe Wooten 5, Treneisha Doyle 17, Paris Collins 7, Demia Browning 3, Ava Bartley 4, Ashley Pipkins 2, Lauren Urke 0, Traci Crollard 0, Tatiana Stanberry 0, Bailey Freeman 10, Selena Espey 0. Totals 18 (5) 7-12 48.

MOUNTAIN VIEW — Carly Holboke 46, Kimi Reed 7, Raina Shadle 0, Sarah Pongon 2, Emma DuChesne 12, Destiny Ballard 0, Melisa Ljuca 0, Bailey Gaspar 5, Bailey Lindsley 5. Totals 23 (7) 10-13 77.

Hudson’s Bay 14 10 15 9—48

Mountain View 20 20 23 14—77

JV — Mountain View won; C — Hudson’s Bay won.