Boys basketball: Columbia River 66, Mountain View 49

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Columbia River was able to take advantage of some fourth-quarter turnovers by Mountain View to pull away.

After losing by almost 40 points in the previous match-up, Mountain View came out aggressive and took it to a tough River team.

Mountain View had a 20-18 lead in the first half but Columbia River stormed back with an 8-0 run. Mountain View was within eight points in the fourth quarter until River pulled away late.

River was lead by 15 points from Torey Jones, 14 points from Joey Bean and a 17-point advantage at the free-throw line.

In only his third game on varsity, Mountain View’s Corey Henderson finished with a double-double of 17 points and 15 rebounds in the loss.

COLUMBIA RIVER 66, MOUNTAIN VIEW 49

COLUMBIA RIVER — , Nathan Hawthorne 5, Joey Bean 14, Andrew Vickers 6, Robert Hanley 1, Moore 2, Torey Jones 15, Cody Wolf 6, Spencer Long 7, Chad Pedigo 8, Alex Hansen 0, Jeff Yingling 2. Totals 20 (4) 22-29 66.

MOUNTAIN VIEW — Corey Henderson 17, Alex Torson 10, Garrett Jones 7, Jake Ryan 0, Nolan Biggs 3, Dante Williams 10, Jose Leyva 0, Spencer Ortega0 , Kyle Johnson 2. Totals 21 (2) 5-14 49.

C. River 16 17 14 19–66

Mtn. View 12 13 10 14–49

JV — Columbia River won. C– Columbia River won.