Friday, October 30, 2020
Oct. 30, 2020

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Boys basketball: Mark Morris 55, Woodland 40

The Columbian

Mark Morris used second chance points and a dominant rebounding advantage to fuel a win over Woodland.

The Monarchs held a one point lead after one quarter, and outscored the Beavers 23-10 in the second.

Reece Gibb and Rarey Sommer each had 18 for Mark Morris.

Woodland was paced by Tyler Flanagan’s 15 points.

“We would play great defense then they would get a rebound and put-back,” Woodland coach Andrew Johnson said.

The Beavers are missing starter Isaiah Flanagan, who remains out with a back injury. Johnson said the team hopes to have him back by the second round of league play.

Despite the rebounding woes, one key detail stood out for the Beavers’ coach.

“We never quit,” he said.


MARK MORRIS — Dawson Fritz 6, Brayden Harris 3, Garrett Ness, Cole Busch 2, Reece Gibb 18, Jack Shipley 8, Thomas Sprague 0, Noah Mejia 0, Rarey Sommer 18. Totals 20 (18) 11-13 055.

WOODLAND — Ryan Cooney 0, Jack Wear 0, Kyle Groce 0, Jackson Finn 0, Brady Burns 0, Isaac Hall 8, Easton Ortega 0, Tyler Flanagan 15, Trace Logan 2, Alex Bishop 8, Trey Hanson 7.

MMorris 13 23 11 8–55
Woodland 12 10 7 11–40

JV — Mark Morris won
C — Mark Morris won