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Clark athletics report: This week in Penguins athletics

The Columbian
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Here’s how the Clark College teams stand going into this week:

Men’s basketball

Record: 10-16 overall, 3-11 NWAC South

Upcoming schedule

• Portland at Clark, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at O’Connell Sports Center (Sophomore Night, final home game)

• Clark at Lane, 4 p.m. Saturday at Eugene, Ore. (season finale)

Recap of recent results

The Penguins lost to Clackamas and Linn-Benton last week, taking them out of postseason contention.

Stat leaders

• Scoring: Dylan Hushaw 14.3 points per game; Ethan Smith (Union HS) 12.7 ppg; Matt Garrison (King’s Way Christian HS) 10.2 ppg

• Rebounding: Garrison 7.5 per game; Bradley Bickler 6.0 rpg; Hushaw 4.8 rpg

• Assists: Zach Rivers 2.9 per game; Kevin Robello 2.0 apg; Hushaw 1.8 apg

Women’s basketball

Record: 5-19 overall, 1-13 NWAC South

Upcoming schedule

• Portland at Clark, 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at O’Connell Sports Center (Sophomore Night, final home game)

• Clark at Lane, 2 p.m. Saturday at Eugene, Ore. (season finale)

Recap of recent results

The Penguins have lost six games in a row after losses to No. 4 Clackamas and Linn-Benton last week.

Stat leaders

• Scoring: Jodi Thomasian 13.6 points per game; Chyna Finley 9.0 ppg; Alexus Hunter 8.4 ppg

• Rebounding: Turner Joy 9.1 per game; Thomasian 5.1 rpg; Jozey Martellaro 3.8 rpg

• Assists: Hunter 2.6 per game; Martellaro 2.0 apg; Joy 1.5 apg

Baseball

Season-opening weekend

• Clark vs. Green River, 1 p.m. Saturday at Bremerton

• Clark vs. Olympic, 4 p.m. Saturday at Bremerton

• Clark vs. Olympic, 10 a.m. Sunday at Bremerton

• Clark vs. Green River, 1 p.m. Sunday at Bremerton

Softball

Season-opening weekend

• Clark vs. Big Bend, 9 a.m. Saturday at Richland

• Clark vs. Spokane, 1 p.m. Saturday at Richland

• Clark vs. Wenatchee Valley, 9 a.m. Sunday at Richland

• Clark vs. Blue Mountain, 1 p.m. Sunday at Richland

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