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Boys basketball: Columbia River 70, Washougal 40

The Columbian
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The Chieftains bounced back from an upset to Woodland on Saturday to eliminate Washougal from the 2A district tournament on Tuesday.

“We played better defense tonight, solid shooting and balanced scoring,” Columbia River coach David Long said. “It was nice to bounce back. We just didn’t get the job done on Saturday.”

Nate Snook, Josh Kukula and Dylan Valdez each scored 14 points and Michael Foust had 13 for the Chieftains (17-4).

Kukula opened the game up for Columbia River with four 3-pointers in the second quarter.

“That got (Washougal) out of their zone defense,” Long said. “(Kukula) had good looks and made them.”

Next for the 2A Greater St. Helens League champs is a loser-out game against Black Hills (17-5) at 6 p.m. Thursday at Tumwater High School.

COLUMBIA RIVER 70, WASHOUGAL 40

WASHOUGAL (12-10) — Jakob Davis 5, Judson Mansfield 2, Julien Jones 8, Gavin Tyacke 2 Brevan Bea 2, Gabe Kent 4, Brig Griffin 2, Yanni Fassilis 7, Tristan Farrell 2, Donovan Bailey, 0 Aaron Ackman 5, Carson Morris 1, Sam Lewis 0. Totals 15 (3) 7-12 40.

COLUMBIA RIVER (17-4) — Nate Snook 14, Alex Miller 8, Alden Fay 0, Daniel Hjort 0, Josh Kukula 14, Homero Anguiano 0, Sam James 0, Marc Miranda 7, Scott Parkin 0, Michael Foust 13, Dylan Valdez 14. Totals 27 (8) 8-9 70.

Washougal 6 12 12 10–40

Columbia River 17 20 17 16–70

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