Caleb Lingel, Bailey Holste and Derek Johnston combined for 40 points and the No. 4-ranked Horizon Christian Hawks scratched across a 49-43 win over Crosshill Christian Friday in second-round playoff hoops action in Hood River.

With the big win, the  Hawks (18-6 overall) qualify for a Baker City berth, where they hit the hardwood at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday versus No. 2 Nixyaawii (25-2).

Horizon, the Big Sky Conference district champions, inched ahead 25-18 at the half and maintained distance.

Lingel posted 14 points, Holste tacked on 13 and Johnston had a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds.

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