Girls basketball: Columbia River 51, Woodland 46

first_img Columbia River ChieftainsWoodland Beavers Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Published: January 31, 2019, 10:01pm Tags GO Share: Share:center_img Sydney Flores-Tucker scored 18 points, Jordan Ryan added 16 and the Columbia River girls basketball team earned a crucial 2A Greater St. Helens League win Thursday over Woodland.The win moves Columbia River (12-7, 7-4) into second place with one league game to play. Woodland (12-6, 6-5) fell to third, one game ahead of fourth-place Hockinson and Ridgefield. The top four teams qualify for the district tournament.“We wanted to put ourselves in a position where we have our destiny in our hands,” River coach Will Jones said.Ryan had eight of her points in the fourth quarter as River held off Woodland. She also had six blocks. Girls basketball: Columbia River 51, Woodland 46 COLUMBIA RIVER 51, WOODLAND 46WOODLAND — Emersyn Finn 0, Audrey Adams 11, Kaija Olson 3, Payten Foster 12, Carleigh Risley 0, Kaily Christensen 8, Gelina Wakefield 1, Nicole Guthrie 11. Totals 14 (6) 12-21 46.COLUMBIA RIVER — Sami Myers 0, Liz Canton 5, Lily Jonas 0, Sydney Flores-Tucker 18, Erin Baker 3, Josslyn Fraiser 0, Bailey Gatten 0, Ari Kuschner 0, Jordan Ryan 16, Ellie Christian 9. Totals 18 (7) 8-19 51.Woodland 11 11 9 15–46C. River 6 16 14 15–51JV — Woodland won. By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. The Columbianlast_img

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