Playing in its final game of the season and at home on senior night, the Toledo girls basketball team didn’t play the crispest on the offensive end, but came out with a 23-18 win over Morton-White Pass Wednesday night to end its season on a high note.
Ryah Stanley scored a game-high 13 points in the defensive affair, helping the Riverhawks overcome a 5-0 hole after the first quarter to score nine points in both the third and fourth quarter and earn the come-from-behind win.
Toledo ends its season at 7-13, and 4-9 in league play, though had to forfeit a contest against Winlock in the middle of the season due to injuries and sickness. Though the Riverhawks attempted to reschedule the game, being just one win short of the district tournament, Winlock couldn’t find a free date on its schedule.
Morton-White Pass, meanwhile, was led by Keira Miller’s eight points, and will hope to find some of its lost offense in the first round of the district tournament as the Central 2B League’s sixth-seed against Pacific 2B No. 3 Raymond on Saturday in Montesano.
The winner of that contest will play Central 2B No. 2 Adna next Tuesday in Rochester.