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The Kelso Hilanders placed five wrestlers on the first team, and three on the second team in the Greater St. Helens 3A League after a recent vote of league coaches.

Placing on the first team are Alan Luff (106 pounds), Derick Soto (138), Jakob Webb (152), David Perry (220) and McKinnley Franklin (285).

Second teamers from Kelso Shale Webb (152), Michael Hause (170) and Blake Fowler (182).

Prairie’s Rob Smith was named the league’s Coach of the Year.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Mary M. Knight 49, Three Rivers Christian 27: A second-quarter scoring barrage wasn’t enough to keep the Eagles in the postseason. Its Southwest District 1B loss Wednesday eliminated the Eagles despite Kamryn Wright’s nine points. Cindy Baker and Bobbie Jo-Gushman added seven points, while Kendal Newport scored four points.

The Eagles were shutout in the first quarter, but rallied to score 13 points in the second frame, entering the break with a 10 point deficit.

Toledo 64, Raymond 37: Kal Schaplow scored 25 points with 10 rebounds and Stacie Spahr added 17 points with 18 boards in the Indians’ Southwest District 2B win in Rochester on Wednesday. “That was really important because we didn’t give them a second shot,” coach Brian Layton said. “Them and Kyleigh (Holmes) did a good job of limiting their shots.”

Layton said that the defense of Gracie Madill, who guarded Raymond’s Kyra Gardner, made a significant difference, as did the rotational help.

Toledo will play Ilwaco on Saturday in either Rochester or Montesano.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Woodland 78, Hockinson 75: The Beavers (8-12, 4-8) ended their season with a Greater St. Helens League 2A road win Wednesday, led by Tyler Flanagan’s 24 points. Cousin isaiah Flanagan scored 22 points. “I told them that every other season in Woodland has ended with a loss,” coach Andrew Johnson said. “It’s an unbelievably gutsy effort by these guys. For Tyler Flanagan, Jack Wear and Kyle Groce to go out with a win is great.”

Hockinson’s Peyton Brammer scored 50 points in the loss.

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Lower Columbia 88, Green River 58: Jerri Maluyo had 22 points and six assists, and Kenya Lorton added 19 points, nine rebounds and four assists as the Red Devils rolled to an NWAC West Region women’s basketball victory on Wednesday in Auburn.

LCC (14-9, 6-2 region) made 44 percent of its shots (31-71), while holding the Gators to 30 percent shooting, 20-66. The Red Devils also held a 59-35 rebounding advantage.

Also for the Red Devils, Nizhoni Wheeler had 16 points and 11 rebounds, and Shasta Lofgren added nine points and eight rebounds.

LCC visits Centralia on Saturday.

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Green River 76, Lower Columbia 75: A Gators’ layup with 29 seconds left made the difference as the Red Devils dropped an NWAC West Region men’s basketball game on Wednesday in Auburn.

Samaad Hector led LCC with 24 points and 13 rebounds, and Seth Hall added 20 points.

Green River’s Kevin Baker made the layup for a 76-74 lead with 29 second left. With eight seconds remaining, Hall made one of two freebies to cut the deficit to 76-75. The Devils’ last lead was at 69-68 with 3:22 left after a 3-pointer from Hall.

LCC (14-8, 4-4 region) made half of their shots (30-60), while Green River made 57 percent, 29-51.

Also for the Red Devils, Martis Johnson had 13 points, Alec Canete-Hall dished six assists, and Devonte Dennis added four assists.

LCC visits Centralia on Saturday.

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Sports Reporter

Rick is a 29-year veteran of The Daily News, and the lead Lower Columbia College athletics reporter. In addition, he tracks former area prep athletes and assists several other beats. He is a Mark Morris grad with a business management degree from LCC.

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