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Girls basketball: Hockinson 59, Woodland 44

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Gracie Brammer scored 23 points and led a first-quarter charge for the Hawks, who stayed alive in the 2A district tournament.

Brammer made four 3-pointers in the first quarter as Hockinson outscored Woodland 21-6. She had seven of Hockinson’s 10 3-pointers.

“She has the green light to shoot whenever she wants,” Hawks coach Damon Roche said.

Ellie Ritter had 12 points and 10 rebounds. Kylie Ritter added 10 points.

Hockinson (13-10) will face Black Hills or Tumwater in another loser-out game on Wednesday.

Payten Foster scored 13 points and Nicole Guthrie added 11 for Woodland (13-9).

HOCKINSON 59, WOODLAND 44

HOCKINSON — Addie Chappelle 7, Gracie Brammer 23, Delaney Chappelle 0, Abby Willette 3, Kylie Ritter 10, Ellie Ritter 12, Lilly Leslie 0, Lillie Mueller 4. Totals 19 (10) 11-16 59.

WOODLAND — Lucy George 3, Kaija Olson 9, Payten Foster 13, Kaily Christensen 0, Kelly Sweyer 8, Nicole Guthrie 11. Totals 18 (3) 5-13 44.

Hockinson 21 15 13 10–44

Woodland 6 14 9 15–59

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