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Prep highlights: Hockinson girls basketball pulls away from Woodland

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Addie Chappelle scored 19 points as Hockinson girls basketball used a big second quarter to beat Woodland 60-36 on Wednesday for a 2A Greater St. Helens League road win.

Chappelle scored 11 points in the first half, many from close range. That allowed the Hawks to outscore Woodland 20-11 in the second quarter and open a 31-18 halftime lead.

“We did a good job of taking away the three,” Woodland coach Glen Flanagan said. “In the second quarter they figured out how to go at the middle of our defense.”

Gracie Brammer added 15 points for Hockinson.

Riley Stading led Woodland with eight points. Emily Hughes had six points and six rebounds.

Girls basketball

MOUNTAIN VIEW 47, EVERGREEN 32 — Nina Peterson scored 14 points, Victoria Schneider added 10 points and the Thunder earned a 3A GSHL home win.

Hilary Yoon led Evergreen with 14 points. Coraleigh Speer added 12 points.

WASHOUGAL 53, COLUMBIA RIVER 28 — Jaiden Bea and Savea Mansfield each scored 15 points to lead the Panthers to a 2A GSHL road win.

Bea, who scored eight of Washougal’s 10 points in the first quarter, added nine rebounds and seven steals. Mansfield had eight rebounds. Chloe Johnson had 12 points and eight rebounds.

River kept pace in the first half, which ended 17-17. But Washougal pulled away thanks to a 14-1 run.

R.A. LONG 51, RIDGEFIELD 42 — With the game tied at 36 with less than four minutes to go, the Lumberjills finished strong for a 2A GSHL road win.

Kelli Kursl scored 15 points and Avery Wilson added 13 points for the Spudders.

MARK MORRIS 59, FORT VANCOUVER 19 — McKenna Longtain scored 12 points, Brooklyn Schlecht added 11 points and the Monarchs earned a 2A GSHL home win.

Trian Clark scored eight points to lead Fort Vancouver.

KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 82, COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON 61 — Four players scored in double-figures as the Knights earned a Trico League road win.

Laurel Quinn led the way with 28 points. She hit six of her team’s nine 3-pointers.

Riley Philbrook (16 points), Ella Zimmerman (15) and Hannah Erwin also scored in double-figures. Bridget Quinn dished out 11 assists.

Sydney Aman led the Bruins with 15 points, including three 3-pointers.

Girls bowling

Emily Strehle of Kelso had a 215-277 series in the win over Camas. In her 277 game, she had a spare in the first frame and finished with a strike and a spare.

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