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Clark Athletics Report: Penguins head into crossover events

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Men’s basketball

Record: 5-3 overall

Upcoming schedule

• Clark vs. Pierce, 5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 18 at Moses Lake (crossover tournament)

• Clark vs. Big Bend, 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 19 at Moses Lake (crossover tournament)

• Clark vs. Whatcom, 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 20 at Moses Lake (crossover tournament)

Recap of recent results

The Penguins beat Highline 78-67 on Dec. 4, but had their three-game win streak snapped with an 82-68 loss at Lower Columbia on Dec. 7.

Stat leaders

• Scoring: Dylan Hushaw 15.6 per game; Ethan Smith (Union HS) 14.1 ppg; Matt Garrison (King’s Way Christian) 12.4 ppg

• Rebounding: Garrison 7.3 per game; Bradley Bickler 5.5 rpg; Zach Brown 5.4 rpg

• Assists: Zach Rivers 3.5 per game; Colton Gorski 2.4 apg; Kevin Robello 2.0 apg.

Women’s basketball

Record: 2-3 overall

Upcoming schedule

• Pierce at Clark, 5:30 p.m. Wednesday

• Clark vs. Edmonds, 6 p.m. Friday at Yakima (crossover tournament)

• Clark vs. Green River, noon Saturday at Yakima (crossover tournament)

• Clark vs. Yakima Valley, 2 p.m. Sunday at Yakima (crossover tournament)

Recap of recent results

The Penguins have a two-game win streak coming into this week after an 83-12 win at Grays Harbor on Dec. 4.

Stat leaders

• Scoring: Jodi Thomasian 13.6 points per game; Chyna Finley 9.4 ppg; Alexus Hunter 9.0 ppg; Jozey Martellaro 9.0 ppg.

• Rebounding: Turner Joy (Kelso HS) 8.2 per game; Madeline Letourneau 4.4 rpg; Martellaro 4.2 rpg.

• Assists: Hunter 3.0 per game; Martellaro 1.8 apg; Thomasian 1.6 apg; Joy 1.6 apg.

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