En route to a 63-34 victory in its regular season closer, the Onalaska girls basketball team put together a total team effort, with 10 players scoring in a dominant win over Kalama.
Though the Logger offense got off to a hot start, it took a little while for the defense to pick up its steam on the road, and in their third game in three days.
“We came out flat defensively,” Loggers coach Alana Olson said. “We regained our intensity in the second half, it was nice to finish on a positive note.”
Dakota Hamilton led the Loggers with 11 points, and Brooklyn Sandridge was the only other Logger in double figures with 10 points, but eight other Loggers contributed in the scoring column in an offensive showcase.
After allowing 12 points in the first quarter, Ony’s defense stiffened and held the Chinooks to single-digit scoring in the final three frames.
The Loggers will likely earn the No. 2 seed in the Central 2B, with tiebreaker wins over Adna and Rainier, and will host a first round district playoff against an opponent to be determined at 1 p.m.