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Boys basketball: Woodland 60, Mark Morris 49

The Columbian
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The Woodland boys basketball team got off to a hot start, ending Mark Morris’ long playoff streak with a a 60-49 win in a 2A Greater St. Helens League tiebreaker game Wednesday in Ridgefield.

Woodland advances to play a district play-in game at Aberdeen at 6 p.m. Thursday. The winner of that loser-out game will open the district tournament at Columbia River on Saturday.

Mark Morris will miss the postseason for the first time in 51 years.

The Beavers jumped out to a 23-11 after one quarter and led 33-19 at halftime.

The Monarchs cut the deficit to 39-32 after three before the Beavers pulled away.

Trey Hanson scored 18 points, hitting 8 of 8 free throws, and Isaiah Flanagan had 15 points for Woodland.

Ashton Harvey led the Monarchs with 13.

WOODLAND 60, MARK MORRIS 49

MARK MORRIS (8-13) — Deacon Dietz 13, Kobe Parlin 13, Garrett Ness 2, Cole Busch 2, Rome Hendrickson 2, Jack Shipley 4, Jamison Watson 0, Ashton Harvey 13. Totals 18 (6) 7-17 49.

WOODLAND (10-11) — Isaac Hall 7, Blaine Hix 5, Cole Logan 4, Isaiah Flanagan 15, CEaston Ortega 3, Brady Burns 8, Trey Hanson 18. Totals 17 (9) 17-23 60.

M.Morris 11 8 13 17–49

Woodland 23 10 6 21–60

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