After dropping its first two league games, the Toledo boys basketball team has responded with two straight league wins in two days. Friday night, it was Onalaska, on Saturday, it was Winlock in a 68-37 winning display.
The Riverhawks (11-3, 2-2 C2BL) had two double figure scorers in Jake Cournyer (15 points) and Carson Olmstead (16 points), and 10 players got in the scoring column for the home squad.
Olmstead also finished with nine rebounds, and Cournyer snatched up six steals. Guard Kaven Winters led the team with eight assists.
The Cardinals (0-11, 0-3 C2BL) were led by Nolan Swofford’s 12 points, with Caleb Richendollar (11 points) and Payton Sickles (11 points) also scoring in double-digits.
Toledo will look to keep up its winning streak against Rainier on Wednesday, while Winlock heads to Lower Columbia Community College to take on Willapa Valley for the second time this season.