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Boys basketball: Stevenson 80, Castle Rock 53

The Columbian

Stevenson clinched its third consecutive postseason berth, and the Bulldogs were led by usual suspects — Lincoln Krog and Isaac Hoidal.

Krog scored 20 and Hoidal added 19 as the Bulldogs beat Castle Rock in a Trico League tiebreaker. Stevenson claims the No. 4 seed from the Trico to the 1A district tournament. The Bulldogs will travel to face Forks on Thursday.

“Lincoln Krog and Isaac Hoidal sort of took over,” Stevenson coach Kevin Edwards said. “This was a huge game for us, and those two seniors really stepped it up.”

Jesse Miller added 14 for Stevenson.


STEVENSON — Brady Hall 6, Jesse Miller 14, Jono Blackledge 3, Lincoln Krog 20, Preston Lowery 0, Charles Hobbs 8, Alec VanPelt 6, Connor Blair 0, Isaac Hoidal 19, Willy Lanz 0, Ethan Haight 0, Nolan Boucher 0, Cooper Morrison, Bennett Wright 4. Totals 26 (12) 6-12 80.

CASTLE ROCK — Connor Edwards 12, Caleb Mullen 6, Skyler King 2, Ethan Perdue 8, Jacob Holliday, Michael Gaze, Landon Gardner 20, Coleman Guerrero 0, Tate Creed 3, Partridge 2. Totals 19 (3) 12-21 53.

Stevenson 19 27 20 14–80

C. Rock 14 9 21 9–53

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