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Boys basketball: Columbia River 67, Woodland 40

The Columbian
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The Chieftains rode a stellar defensive performance and a hot-shooting first half to a 2A Greater St. Helens League win at home.

Caden Dezort hit three 3-pointers in the first quarter, then Nate Snook scored 11 of his 17 points in the second quarter as Columbia River built a 33-16 halftime lead.

Jack Armstong held Woodland’s leading scorer Alex Bishop to 12 points, below his average of 18.2 points per game.

“He hurt us last year,” Columbia River coach David Long said of Bishop. “We put Armstrong on him. Jack makes life pretty miserable for a lot of kids out there.”

Dezort finished with 14 points for Columbia River (11-2, 5-0).

Jackson Finn added 11 points for Woodland (6-7, 1-4).

COLUMBIA RIVER 67, WOODLAND 40

WOODLAND — Jack Wear 0, Kyle Groce 0, Jackson Finn 11, Brady Burns 3, Isaac Hall 4, Easton Ortega 2, Tyler Flanagan 0, Trace Logan 6, Alex Bishop 12, Trey Hanson 2. Totals 16 (2) 6-10 40.

COLUMBIA RIVER — Nate Snook 17, Alex Miller 7, Quincy Cartwright 0, Matt Asplund 0, Josh Kukula 6, Evan Dirksen 7, Caden Dezort 14, Cole Delich 1, Jack Armstrong 4, Marc Miranda 4, Michael Foust 0, Dylan Valdez 3, Elijah Hairston 4. Totals 24 (8) 11-14 67.

Woodland 7 9 11 13–40

C. River 17 16 25 9–67

JV — Columbia River 63-27.

C — Columbia River 51-13.

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