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Boys basketball: Woodland 78, Hockinson 75

The Columbian
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Tyler Flanagan scored 24 points and the Beavers ended their season with a road win.

Isaiah Flanagan added 22 points for Woodland (8-12, 4-8), which had lost four straight.

Peyton Brammer scored 50 points, but it wasn’t enough for Hockinson (9-11, 5-7). In three games since returning from broken foot, Brammer has scored 29, 40 and now 50 points.

Hockinson finished league play tied for third with Ridgefield, which won a coin flip to gain the No. 3 seed to the district tournament.

Hockinson, the No. 4 seed, will play at Evergreen Conference champ Black Hills on Saturday. Ridgefield plays at Aberdeen.

Woodland led 62-52 after three quarters. Though it was a one-possession game at several times down the stretch, Woodland made enough free throws to hold off Hockinson.

WOODLAND 78, HOCKINSON 75

WOODLAND — Kyle Groce 7, Jackson Finn 4, Brady Burns 0, Isaiah Flanagan 22, Isaac Hall 2, Tyler Flanagan 24, Trace Logan 12, Trey Hanson 7. Totals 29 (9) 11-16 78.

HOCKINSON — Micah Paulsen 7, Dakota Souders 3, Mason Bonife 0, Peyton Brammer 50, Ki Haden 7, Sawyer Racanelli 6, Levi Crum 0, Caleb Newman 0, Jeremiah Faulstick 2. Totals 30 (2) 13-15 75.

Woodland 22 17 23 16–78

Hockinson 18 14 20 23–75

JV — Hockinson won.

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