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Boys basketball: Ridgefield 64, Hockinson 59

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Kade Ramey hit five 3-pointers in the first half and finished with 27 points to lead Ridgefield to a road win.

Behind Ramey’s shooting, the Spudders took a 32-19 lead into the intermission.

“What really cost us was that we lost track of Ramey in the first half,” Hockinson coach Jon Warner said. “We ramped up our pressure in the second half and got within four a couple of times. But we just didn’t capitalize.”

Peyton Brammer led the Hawks with 29 points.

Ridgefield’s win caused a three-way tie for third place in the 2A GSHL at 4-5 with Hockinson and Washougal with three games to go. Woodland is 4-6.

RIDGEFIELD 64, HOCKINSON 59

RIDGEFIELD — Tim Radosevich 2, Matt Gama 9, Kade Ramey 27, Cameron Short 9, Kellen Bringhurst 8, Matthew Armstrong 2, Wyatt Layman 7, James Corey. Totals 21 (7) 15-24 64.

HOCKINSON — Micah Paulsen 4, Canon Racanelli 2, Peyton Brammer 29, Ki Haden 0, Carson Yinger 0, Sawyer Racanelli 6, Caleb Newman 3, Cameron Venema 4, Mason Panfiglio 11, Grant Garver 0. Totals 21 (4) 13-17 59.

Ridgefield 8 24 21 11–64

Hockinson 5 14 21 19–59

JV — Hockinson 69-51; C — Hockinson 61-46.

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