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Boys basketball: Black Hills 80, Hockinson 56

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Black Hills pulled away with a 27-12 fourth-quarter advantage to win the 2A district first-round game.

Dakota Souders led the Hawks in scoring with 15 points, and Jeremiah Faulstick had 10.

Hockinson (7-14) will play R.A. Long in a loser-out game on Tuesday.

Avery Armin scored a game-high 23 points for the Wolves (16-5), who next play Tumwater in the semifinals.

BLACK HILLS 80, HOCKINSON 56

HOCKINSON (7-14) — Micah Paulsen 9, Dakota Souders 15, Mac Klodt 3, Mason Bonife 5, Carson Yinger 2, Joseph Pandina 0, Garrett Pearson 0, Josiah Christorhus 3, Jeremiah Faulstick 10, Ki Haden 4, Samuel Finklein 5. Totals 18 (11) 9-19 56.

BLACK HILLS (16-5) — Avery Armin 23, Elyas Inman 3, Jonathan Schade 2, Degan Hurley 6, Zach Crumley 5, Justin Hicks 17, Evan Ellison 0, Weston Ainsworth 12, Nick Bovenkamp 8, Zach Loveless 4, Will Akers 0, Zach Jones 0. Totals 30 (5) 15-18 80.

Hockinson 10 19 15 12–56

Black Hills 16 19 18 27–80

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