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Girls basketball: Woodland 62, Hockinson 55

The Columbian
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The Woodland girls basketball dominated inside then had to survive a late scare to beat Hockinson 62-55 on Monday night.

The win keeps the Beavers (13-7, 7-5 2A Greater St. Helens League) in the hunt for the No. 2 seed to the district tournament and the home game that goes with it.

If Columbia River loses to league champion Washougal on Tuesday, River will face Woodland in a tiebreaker game at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Ridgefield.

The loss, along with Ridgefield’s win, eliminated Hockinson from postseason contention.

Behind the inside play of posts Nicole Guthrie and Audrey Adams, Woodland built a 17-point lead with three minutes to go Tuesday.

Then the Hawks charged back to cut the deficit to five points inside of minute to play before the Beavers sealed the win from the free throw line.

Adams finished with 20 points and 17 rebounds, while Guthrie added 10 points and 13 rebounds. Payten Foster added 22 points and nine rebounds.

Emma Dietel had 15 points and Gracie Brammer added 11 points for Hockinson.

WOODLAND 62, HOCKINSON 55

HOCKINSON — Brooklyn Byers 0, Emma Dietel 15, Mackie Kelly 2, Gracie Brammer 11, Adyson Dyer 2, Jasmine Shigeno 8, Meggie Kistler 0, Lillie Mueller 3, Kylie Ritter 10, Molly Romanchock 4. Totals 19 (4) 13-18 00.

WOODLAND — Emersyn Finn 0, Audrey Adams 20, Madison Hill 2, Kaija Olson 0, Payten Foster 22, Carleigh Risley 0, Kaily Christensen 6, Kelly Sweyer 2, Gelina Wakefield 0, Kennedy Huesties 0, Nicole Guthrie 10. Totals 24 (1) 13-20 62.

Hockinson 15 8 9 23–55

Woodland 15 15 11 21–62

JV — Woodland won.

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