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Boys basketball: Ridgefield 59, Hockinson 45

The Columbian
Published: January 7, 2019, 10:04pm

Defensive adjustments made all the difference for Ridgefield.

Hockinson hit three early 3s and took an 18-6 lead in the first quarter.

From there, it was all Ridgefield.

“We lost guys early, they were having their way with us,” Spudders coach Jason Buffum said. “We tightened it up, got some better rotations for us.”

Ridgefield held Hockinson to single digits in each of the final three quarters.

Offensively, the Spudders’ scoring was spread out.

Josh Mansur had 11 points and James Corey pitched in 10. Three other players had nine points for Ridgefield.

The Hawks, who still await the return of all-league selection Peyton Brammer from a broken foot, were led by 12 points from Sawyer Racanelli and 10 from Dakota Souders.

RIDGEFIELD 59, HOCKINSON 45

HOCKINSON — Micah Paulsen 3, Dakota Souders 10, Mason Bonife 0, Ki Haden 0, Carson Yinger 3, Sawyer Racanelli 12, Levi Crum 9, Caleb Newman 0, Jeremiah Faulstick 6, Jake Hull 0, Grant Garver 2. Totals 16 (6) 7-18 45

RIDGEFIELD — Carson Knight 9, Nick Jenkins 6, Ben Poppert 0, Josh Mansur 11, Stefan Vossenkuhl 9, Jordan Imai 0, Tyler Poorman 2, Matt Gama 9, James Corey 10, Curren Whitsitt 3. Totals 20 (3) 10-17 59.

Hockinson 20 8 9 8–45
Ridgefield 13 17 14 15–59

JV — Hockinson won
C –Ridgefield won

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