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Hawks turned away by Ogden

The host Bulldogs captured both ends of a WCC set on the hardwood Tuesday against Woodward-Granger, with Ogden scoring a 64-56 win in the girls game before tallying a 67-38 victory in the boys tilt.

The Hawk girls held a 28-22 halftime lead when suddenly the whistles began to blow, all seemingly against the visitors. The Bulldogs used a 21-9 burst to take a 43-37 lead into the final quarter and then held on from there.

W-G (6-11, 4-8) was called for 26 fouls in the game and Ogden for just eight, a lopsided edge even considering the need for the Hawks to commit a handful of fouls while trying to catch up in the final two minutes. Ogden finished 21-of-30 at the foul line while W-G attempted but two free throws, making one.

Abby Musser had 16 points and Katelynn Major 15 for the Hawks. Mary Hansen finished with seven points and Abby Hansen with six, with Tori Manning, Riley Jamison and Annie Webb scoring four points apiece.

Abby Hansen pulled down eight rebounds and Manning six, with Musser making six steals and providing three assists.

Liz Good had 17 points for Ogden, with Anna Langel adding 13, Abbey Gustafson 11 and Ashton Summerhays 10 to aid the cause.

The season-long offensive struggles continued for the W-G boys as they fell to 0-16 overall.

Nick Squires had 17 points to lead the Hawks, with Tre Loge adding 10 points while grabbing 11 rebounds while Tanner Canova had seven boards and Michael Connor four caroms and three assists.

Bryce Sneddon had 14 points and Caleb Frye 11 for the Bulldogs.

Additional details were not available at press time.

W-G hosts Madrid Friday, visits Panorama Feb. 4 and will entertain Earlham Feb. 7. All dates are WCC sets beginning with the girls games at 6 p.m.

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