The Adna girls basketball team picked up its third straight win this week after dispatching Ilwaco and Winlock, then defeating league rival Toledo, 44-32, Thursday night.
The Pirates (10-6, 4-2 C2BL) got more hot-shooting from Brooklyn Loose, who scored a game-high 14 points to lead them to a win. Freshman Kendall Humphrey also provided 11 points off the bench.
Loose scored eight of her 14 points in the fourth quarter when the Riverhawks started going for steals to get back into it.
“She got loose there in the fourth quarter,” Riverhawks coach Randy Wood said of Loose.
Toledo got a game-high 14 points from Taylor Langhaim, and 12 points from Greenlee Clark, but had just four players in the scoring column.
“(Langhaim) had a good offensive and defensive game,” Wood said. “We had problems with our press, we threw it to the wrong team a few times.”
The Riverhawks will look to bounce back against Onalaska in a rescheduled contest on Friday while Adna looks to keep building momentum against Napavine on Tuesday.