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Girls basketball: Battle Ground 51, Evergreen 33

The Columbian

Morgan Stradley scored 17 points and Isabel Luke added 16 as the Tigers secured the No. 5 seed to next week’s district tournament.

Battle Ground play at Mountain View at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the first round at district.

The Tigers used solid defense to build a 17-4 lead after one quarter. Evergreen’s Ahna Burney, who had 18 in the two teams’ previous meeting, was held to five points.

“We are just starting to mesh as a team, trust each other, all the good stuff you hope happens this time of year,” Battle Ground coach Lisa May said.

Stradley hit four 3-pointers. Kylie Smith added six points and eight rebouds. Felicia Bahr had 13 points to lead Evergreen.


EVERGREEN — Hayley Avery 3, Hannah Barchini 0, Ahna Burney 5, Lexi Burney 5, JaNae Calaway 0, Katy London 0, Alanna Jackson 1, Keyonah Kirkland 2, Jazmyne Ogletree 0, Alyssa Smith 2, Makenzie Smith 1, Sahara Sanders 0, Felicia Bahr 13, Nyeniea John 1. Totals 9 (4) 11-16 33.

BATTLE GROUND — Grace Russell 5, Isabel Luke 16, Kayla Cruz 3, Brianna Adams 2, Morgan Stradley 17, Kylie Smith 6, Kelly Poteet 0, Zoe Mosby 0, Anneke Kincaid 2, Brenley Billingsley 0. Totals 13 (5) 20-40 51.

Evergreen 4 4 11 14–33

B. Ground 17 8 12 14–51

JV — Battle Ground 38-15; C — Battle Ground 28-20.

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