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Girls basketball: Washougal 65, Hockinson 39

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The Washougal girls basketball team used a huge second half to blow open a close game and remain alive in the 2A district tournament with a 65-39 win over Hockinson on Monday in Longview.

Tied 23-23 at halftime, the Panthers used a 25-7 edge in the third quarter to blow open the game.

Washougal (17-5) will face Mark Morris on Wednesday in a loser-out game.

Skylar Bea had 15 points and 14 rebounds for the Panthers, and Beyonce Bea added 11 points, nine rebounds, seven assists, six steals and four blocks. Ashley Gibbons added 14 points.

Grace Russell had 16 points for Hockinson, which finished the season at 13-9.

WASHOUGAL 65, HOCKINSON 39

HOCKINSON — Emma Dietel 8, Payton Wangler 10, Grace Russell 16, Adyson Dyer 0, Jasmine Shigeno 2, Meggie Kistler 2, Mackie Kelly 1, Lillie Mueller, 0 Ellie Kistler 0. Totals 14 (4) 7-15 39.

WASHOUGAL — Kiara Cross 10, Beyonce Bea 11, Ashley Gibbons 14, McKinley Stotts 8, Grace Graham 0, Emilee Smart 2, Skylar Bea 15, Tiana Barnett 5. Totals 27 (3) 8-18 65.

Hockinson 7 16 7 9–39

Washougal 12 11 25 17–65

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