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Boys basketball: Mark Morris 71, Woodland 56

The Columbian

Woodland’s electric third quarter wasn’t enough to overcome a lopsided first half in a loss to Mark Morris.

The Monarchs had 17 offensive rebounds in the first half and rode its second chance points to a 46-18 lead at half.

“We couldn’t stop the bleeding in the first half, second half we turned it around,” Beavers coach Andrew Johnson said.

Woodland held the Monarchs to four in the third quarter and cut the deficit to nine, but it was too little too late.

Tyler Flanagan had 18 points and Isaiah Flanagan added 11 for Woodland. Freshman Cole Logan (three points) scored his first career points. His jumper was assisted by Trace Logan, his older brother.

Rarey Sommer led Mark Morris with 21.

Monarchs coach Bill Bakamus picked up his 500th win with the program.


WOODLAND — Cole Logan 3, Jack Wear 0, Kyle Groce 12, Jackson Finn 1, Brady Burns 0, Isaiah Flanagan 11, Isaac Hall 4, Easton Ortega, Tyler Flanagan 18, Trace Logan 2, Trey Hanson 3. Totals 23 (4) 6-8 56.

MARK MORRIS — Dawson Fritz 10, Kevin Wilbur 2, Brayden Harris 0, Garrett Ness 0, Cole Busch 0, Reece Gibb 8, Jack Shipley 17, Rome Hendrickson 2, Thomas Sprague 11, Noah Mejia, Rarey Sommer 21, Keoni Mkawi 0. Totals 25 (4) 11-13 71.

Woodland 11 7 18 20–56
M.Morris 26 20 4 21–71

JV — Woodland 49-48.
C — Mark Morris lost.


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