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Clark College athletics report, Jan. 14

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

Men’s basketball

Record: 8-7 overall, 1-2 NWAC South

Upcoming schedule

• Chemeketa at Clark, 4 p.m. Saturday at O’Connell Sports Center

• Linn-Benton at Clark, 4 p.m. Monday at O’Connell Sports Center

Recap of recent results

The Penguins beat Mt. Hood 87-84 behind 23 points from Dylan Hushaw, 17 points from Ethan Smith (Union HS), and a double-double of 14 points and 13 rebounds from Matt Garrison (King’s Way Christian). The Penguins then lost at Southwestern Oregon 76-69. Garrison had 17 points and nine rebounds.

Stat leaders

• Scoring: Dylan Hushaw 15.5 points per game; Matt Garrison 13.0 ppg; Ethan Smith 12.1 ppg

• Rebounding: Garrison 7.6 per game; Bradley Bickler 6.7 rpg; Hushaw 5.0 rpg

• Assists: Zach Rivers 3.1 per game; Hushaw 2.2 apg; Kevin Robello 2.0 apg

Women’s basketball

Record: 4-9 overall, 0-3 NWAC South

Upcoming schedule

• Chemeketa at Clark, 2 p.m. Saturday at O’Connell Sports Center

• Linn-Benton at Clark, 2 p.m. Monday at O’Connell Sports Center

Recap of recent results

Chyna Finley had 14 points and Turner Joy had 14 rebounds in the Penguins loss to Mt. Hood, 53-37. The Penguins lost at Southwestern Oregon 68-47 with Jodi Thomasian scored a team-high 19 points.

Stat leaders

• Scoring: Jodi Thomasian 13.8 points per game; Chyna Finley 9.2 ppg; Kayla Morgan 6.8 ppg; Alexus Hunter 6.8 ppg; Madeline Letourneau 6.8 ppg

• Rebounding: Turner Joy (Kelso HS) 8.5 per game; Madeline Letourneau 4.6 rpg; Jozey Martellaro 4.3 rpg

• Assists: Alexus Hunter 2.3 per game; Martellaro 2.1 apg; Joy 1.5 apg

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