Riley Stading scored 15 points as Woodland girls basketball team Ridgefield 53-39 on Monday, clinching no worse than a tie for second place in the Class 2A Greater St. Helens League
Addi Stading added 14 points, including three 3-pointers, as Woodland (16-3, 13-3) wrapped up its regular-season schedule.
The Beavers can claim second place outright if Mark Morris is upset by R.A. Long on Tuesday. But a Monarchs would get the No. 2 seed with a win by virtue of having swept the season series against Woodland.
Ridgefield (11-10, 9-7) finishes in a fourth-place tie with Washougal.
The Spudders won a coin flip after Monday’s game and will be the No. 4 seed to the district tournament. Ridgefield will face Evergreen Conference champion W.F. West in the first round on Friday.
Washougal, the No. 5 seed, will face Rochester on the road in a district play-in game Wednesday.
FORT VANCOUVER 65, HUDSON’S BAY 62 — Ahron Melendez scored 18 points and the Trappers held off the Eagles’ second-half rally to end their season with a 2A GSHL home win.
Antonio Barajas scored 17 points and Liam Cvitkovich added 16 points for Fort Vancouver (2-19, 2-14). Both players made three 3-pointers.
Hudson’s Bay (3-17, 3-13) trailed 16-2 after one quarter and 38-19 at halftime. Breyden Pennington, who finished with 14 points, hit three 3-pointers in the third quarter as the Eagles pulled within 52-43.
Hudson’s Bay senior Izek Finn scored 15 of his game-high 22 points in the second half.
MARK MORRIS 71, R.A. LONG 69 — Braydon Olson scored 27 points as the Monarchs held off their Longview rivals to complete an undefeated 2A GSHL season.
R.A. Long trailed 69-59 but stormed back in the final minutes. Cavin Holden scored 26 points to lead the Lumberjacks (16-4, 14-2), who enter the district tournament as the GSHL’s No. 2 seed.
Top-seeded Mark Morris (20-1, 16-0) heads into the district tournament on a 19-game win streak and ranked No. 3 in Class 2A statewide rankings.