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Tuesday, November 28, 2023
Nov. 28, 2023

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Girls basketball: Hockinson 57, Columbia River 40

The Columbian

Grace Russel scored 17 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to lead Hockinson past River.

When Hockinson’s Ady Dyer went down with an ankle injury in the first quarter, junior Jasmine Shigeno stepped in.

Shigeno logged a season-high in minutes, and put up a performance to match it.

She scored 10 of Hockinson’s 16 points in the fourth quarter — including back-to-back 3s and a pair of two pointers — to help the Hawks pull away.

“Absolutely her best game of the season,” Hockinson coach Damon Roche said. “She’s been improving in practice and doing the right things. She definitely sparked the fourth quarter. She went from not playing a minute to my sixth man right now.”

Emma Dietel added 11 points, six boards and six steals for Hockinson.

River was paced by Jordan Ryan’s 16 points.

The Hawks are closing in on a tie with Mark Morris for second place in the 2A GSHL, which would warrant a playoff on Monday. In order for that to happen, both teams need to win out.


COLUMBIA RIVER — Ellie Furth 7, Liz Canton 3, Lily Jonas 2, Sydney Flores-Tucker 5, Erin Baker 3, Katie Kolbe 2, Jordan Ryan 16, Ellie Christian 2. Totals 15 (3) 7-15 40.

HOCKINSON — Emma Dietel 11, Payton Wangler 4, Megan Meindersee 0, Grace Russell 17, Adyson Dyer 2, Jasmine Shigeno 11, Mackie Kelly 2, Lillie Mueller 8, Ellie Kistler 2. Totals 23 (4) 7-14 57.

Col.River 7 10 12 11–40

Hockinson 13 14 14 16–57

JV — Hockinson, 47-27.

C — Hockinson won.

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