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Clark Athletics Report: Penguins face two league foes this week

The Columbian
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The Clark College basketball teams lost their NWAC South region openers on Saturday at Umpqua. The Penguins host Mt. Hood on Wednesday and travel to Coos Bay, Ore., on Saturday to play Southwestern Oregon.

Here’s how the teams stand going into this week:

Men’s basketball

Record: 7-6 overall, 0-1 NWAC South

Upcoming schedule

• Mt. Hood at Clark, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at O’Connell Sports Center

• Clark at Southwestern Oregon, 4 p.m. Saturday at Coos Bay

Recap of recent results

The Penguins lost at Umpqua 70-59 in the NWAC South opener on Saturday in Roseburg, Ore. Matt Garrison (King’s Way Christian HS) had a double-double with 25 points and 10 rebounds for Clark.

Stat leaders

• Scoring: Dylan Hushaw 15.3 points per game; Matt Garrison 12.6 ppg; Ethan Smith (Union HS) 12.1 ppg

• Rebounding: Garrison 7.1 per game; Bradley Bickler 6.7 rpg; Hushaw 5.6 rpg

• Assists: Zach Rivers 3.4 per game; Kevin Robello 2.1 apg; Hushaw 2.1 apg

Women’s basketball

Record: 4-7 overall, 0-1 NWAC South

Upcoming schedule

• Mt. Hood at Clark, 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at O’Connell Sports Center

• Clark at Southwestern Oregon, 2 p.m. Saturday at Coos Bay

Recap of recent results

The Penguins lost to top-ranked and undefeated Umpqua 90-51 on Saturday in Roseburg, Ore. Jodi Thomasian led Clark in scoring with 16 points.

Stat leaders

• Scoring: Jodi Thomasian 13.6 points per game; Chyna Finley 8.9 ppg; Jozey Martellaro 7.1 ppg

• Rebounding: Turner Joy (Kelso HS) 8.3 per game; Madeline Letourneau 4.6 rpg; Martellaro 4.3 rpg

• Assists: Alexus Hunter 2.3 per game; Martellaro 2.3 apg; Joy 1.6 apg

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