Boys basketball: Hockinson 71, Washougal 66

first_img The Columbian Share: Hockinson HawksWashougal Panthers Washougal, still alive for a postseason berth, was paced by Carter Murray’s 29.HOCKINSON 71, WASHOUGAL 66WASHOUGAL — Kol Mael 10, Alex Orr 10, Carter Murray 29, Brevan Bea 3, Dalton Payne 4, Judson Mansfield 2, Blake Deming 4, Garett Bell, Ian McEwen 0, John Miner 3, Aaron Ackman 0, Jones 0. Totals 30 (2) 4-6 66.HOCKINSON — Micah Paulsen 14, Dakota Souders 3, Mason Bonife 0, Peyton Brammer 40, Ki Haden 6, Sawyer Racanelli 1, Levi Crum 7, Caleb Newman 0, Jeremiah Faulstick 0, Jake Hull 0, Grant Garver 0. Totals 25 (11 ) 11-14 71Washougal 18 18 14 16–66Hockinson 16 12 22 21–71JV — Hockinson won Published: February 1, 2019, 10:19pm Boys basketball: Hockinson 71, Washougal 66 Peyton Brammer scored a game-high 40 points, including 17 of the Hawks’ 21 fourth-quarter points to help Hockinson’s playoff push behind a 71-66 home win over Washougal.The junior scored 29 points in his season debut in Tuesday’s win over Ridgefield, making his return after suffering a foot injury during November’s football playoffs.Friday, Brammer had 23 points through three quarters. And all 17 points were needed in a back-and-forth game, coach Jon Warner said.The Hawks trailed by eight at halftime.“When it mattered most,” the coach said, “he rose to the occasion.”The win puts Hockinson in a tie for third place with Ridgefield with one regular-season game remaining Tuesday hosting Woodland.center_img Share: Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Tags GO By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.last_img read more