Winlock senior Addison Hall scored as many points as Kalama did as a team, erupting for a game-high 31 as the Cardinals pounded the Chinooks for a 76-31 road win in Central 2B League play Tuesday.
Hall added a game-high nine steals in an all-around performance, while Charlie Carper contributed 16 points and seven steals of her own as the Cardinals won their third game in a row.
“Our goal tonight was to steal the ball, run the ball and get to the rim,” Winlock coach Dracy McCoy said. “They had a hard time stopping Addison.”
The goal was accomplished. The Cardinals shot only two 3-pointers, hitting both of them, as Winlock focused on attacking the bucket.
That led the senior post Madison Vigre doing damage down low, scoring 14 points and shooting 6 for 6 from the free throw line.
“Madison was great inside,” McCoy said.
The Cardinals’ defense was equally impressive, holding the Chinooks to single-digit scoring in each of the final three quarters.
“We had a good defensive game tonight and our press worked well,” McCoy said.
Winlock improves to 10-7 overall and 4-3 in the C2BL. The Cards host Toutle Lake in another league matchup at 1 p.m. on Saturday.