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Girls basketball: Brooklynn Haywood scores 36 as Union rallies to beat Mountain View 55-52

Brooklynn Haywood scored 36 points, including the final seven points of the game, to rally the Union girls basketball team to a 55-52 win over Mountain View on Friday.

Mountain View knocked down 12 3-pointers in the game as the Thunder led 52-48 with 3:30 to play. Then Haywood made a basket, then completed a three-point play to put Union ahead 53-52. She sealed the game wit two free throws.

Only two players scored in the fourth quarter — Mylee Thompson of Mountain View (five points) and Haywood (nine points).

Haywood hit five 3-pointers in the game and went 9 for 10 from the free throw line.

Thompson and Nina Peterson led the Thunder with 14 points each.

EVERGREEN 78, BATTLE GROUND 29 — Kimora Ross scored 32 points to lead Evergreen. Ella Horst led Battle Ground with 10.

HUDSON’S BAY 55, PRAIRIE 49 — The Eagles pulled away with a strong third quarter to get the win at Prairie.

Bay’s Alana Stephens led all scorers with 23 points, and Miranda Gonzalez had 15 points.

Prairie was led in scoring by Claire Smith’s 17 and Emma Smith’s 15 points.

MARK MORRIS 60, KELSO 55 — Reese Johnston scored 22 points and Natalie Mejia added 19 as Mark Morris held on for a non-league win at Kelso.

Mark Morris led 45-37 after three quarters, but the Monarchs didn’t seal the win until Kea Makaiwi hit two free throws with eight seconds left to seal the win.

Raelie Guizzotti added 11 rebounds for Mark Morris.

Bregan Ruhland led Kelso with 16 points, and Kenzie Milligan added 15.

WOODLAND 58, KALAMA 34 — The Beavers held Kalama to single-digit scoring in the first three quarters to pick up the victory.

Addi Stading scored 15 points, and Kennedy Bockert 14 for the Beavers. Bockert also had 10 rebounds.

Kalama’s Aubrey Doerty led all scorers with 21 points.

ADNA 57, KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 17 — Bridget Quinn scored 11 points in the Knights’ loss at Adna.