Boys basketball: Woodland 65, Castle Rock 45

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The Beavers did not have their best effort, second-year coach Andrew Johnson said, but are 2-0 by outscoring Castle Rock 18-7 in the final eight minutes to put their nonleague victory out of reach behind two 20-plus-point performances.

Alex Bishop had 18 of his game-high 23 points in the second half, and Palmer Dinehart had 22 to hold off Castle Rock, which hit eight 3-pointers.

WOODLAND 65, CASTLE ROCK 45

WOODLAND — Ryan Cooney 0, Tommy Lewellen 0, Wyatt Harsh 4, Kyle Groce 0, Jackson Finn 0, Isaiah Flanagan 9, Palmer Dinehart 22, Tyler Flanagan 6, Alex Bishop 23, Trey Hanson 0. Totals 28 (3) 6-11 65.

CASTLE ROCK — Connor Edwards 16, Bryce Desarmo 18, Skyler King 3, Ethan Perdue 3, Parker Patching 5, Nathan Smith 0, Michael Gaze 0, Trevor Alblinger 0, Jonny Boissonnault 0, Tate Creed 0, Patrick 0. Totals 16 (8) 6-7 45.

Woodland 17 10 20 18–65

C. Rock 10 12 17 7–45

JV — Woodland won.