Boys basketball: Hudson’s Bay 58, Fort Vancouver 53

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A strong first half separated the Eagles from the visiting Trappers. Hudson’s Bay used strong defense to build a 33-13 halftime lead, then withstood a strong second half from Fort Vancouver.

Jahmile Sipaia led the Eagles with 21 points. Ane Sipaia added 15, including a pair of fourth-quarter 3-pointers that helped close the door on the Trappers’ rally.

Bay coach Andy Meyer said the first half, highlighted by strong Bay defense, was the best half this season for his team. He credited Fort, which struggled with its shooting in the first half, for playing a strong second half.

Mario Eyler scored 16 points for the Trappers and Matthew Delisle added 13.

HUDSON’S BAY 58, FORT VANCOUVER 53

FORT VANCOUVER — K-Last Karue 0, Matthew Delisle 13, Mario Eyler 16, Deonte Hawkins 4, Jacob Howard 0, Jordan Howard 6, Sean Lennon 8, Isaiah Miller 0, Quinton Whitfield 6. Totals 23 (7) 0-0 53.

HUDSON’S BAY — Erkinson Bossy 0, Micah Fitzpatrick 3, Andy Phu 11, Jacob Buslach 5, Dewayne Whitley 0, Ane Sipaia 15, Jahmile Sipaia 21, TJ Brumfield 2, O’Shea Jackson 1. Totals 19 (8) 12-18 58.

Fort Vancouver 7 6 18 22—53

Hudson’s Bay 16 17 11 14—58

JV — Fort won C — Fort won.