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Boys basketball: Hockinson 62, Woodland 55

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Micah Paulsen stepped up with 22 points to lead Hockinson past Woodland 62-55 in a 2A Greater St. Helen’s League matchup on Tuesday.

Woodland pulled within three points when Tyler Flanagan hit three free throws with 29 seconds to play, but Hockinson closed out by going 6-for-6 at the line.

Peyton Brammer, who was guarded by Woodland’s Wyatt Harsh, added 15 points for the Hawks.

But Paulsen carried the load.

“Micah had a good night, I’ll give him credit for that,” Woodland coach Andrew Johnson said.

Palmer Dinehart had 20 points and 10 boards to lead the Beavers.

HOCKINSON 62, WOODLAND 55

HOCKINSON — Micah Paulsen 22, Canon Racanelli 5, Peyton Brammer 15, Ki Haden 0, Sawyer Racanelli 6, Caleb Newman 6, Cameron Venema 10, Mason Panfiglio 4. Totals 21 (5) 15-20 62.

WOODLAND — Tommy Lewellen 0, Wyatt Harsh 2, Isaiah Flanagan 11, Gabe Garfield, Palmer Dinehart 20, Tyler Flanagan 13, Alex Bishop 9, Trey Hanson 0. Totals 20 (3) 12-15 55.

Hockinson 17 14 18 13–62

Woodland 12 14 14 15–55

JV — Woodland 57-41.

C — Hockinson 58-52.

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