The Dalles’ Molly Taylor takes a jumper in Friday’s tilt against Ridgeview. TD won the game, 60-48.

Kilee Hoylman and Lauryn Belanger combined for 41 points and The Dalles girls basketball team broke open a 29-25 halftime lead with a 31-23 second-half run to defeat No. 19 Ridgeview by a final count of 60-48 in league play Friday at Kurtz Gym.

In the opening stanza, Belanger dominated the inside game with her 15-point outburst, while Hoylman helped finish off Ridgeview with 17 second-half points.

Hoylman tallied a game-high 24 points, four assists, two steals and just three turnovers; Belanger added 17 points, 11 rebounds, two steals and two assists, and Jenna Miller chipped in six points, four rebounds, four assists, two steals and a block.

Rainie Codding had six points and six boards; Molly Taylor tacked on three points, six rebounds and a steal; Ellie Codding ended up with two points and three rebounds and Larissa McConville sank a key jumper, pulled down a rebound and grabbed a steal in the fourth quarter.

No. 22 TD (9-7, 2-2) hosted Hood River Valley (2-16, 0-4) Tuesday and then hosts No. 13 Redmond (10-7, 4-0) at 6:30 p.m. Friday.

 Boys lose road tilt, 58-46

With an opportunity to tighten their hold on second place in league, The Dalles Riverhawks could not find a groove as they were defeated by Ridgeview Friday in Redmond.

The Ravens, who previously had one win in their first 17 contests and were 0-3 in league, trailed 15-12 through one period, but rallied for a 14-5 second-quarter spurt to go ahead, 26-20 at the half.

Ridgeview’s advantage swelled to 41-33 after three quarters and put the finishing touches on an upset win with a 17-13 fourth-quarter run.

For the game, TD (8-9 overall, 2-2 league) totaled 19 field goals, one 3-pointer, and made 7 of 8 free throws.

Jacob Hernandez and Josh Nisbet led the Hawks with 16 points each; Oscar Fernandez notched six; Dalles Seufalemua went for five and Jack Bonham added three points.

Nisbet and Hernandez were the only two players to hit first-half baskets, as they combined for 18 of the team’s 20 points.

Ridgeview (2-16, 1-3) hit for 20 field goals, two 3-pointers, and drilled 13 of 22 free throw attempts, 11 of 18 in the second half.

Payton Davis posted 26 points and Nolan Conroyd reeled off 19 points to pace the Raven offense.

After Tuesday’s home game versus first-place Hood River Valley, the Riverhawks start the second half of their league slate with a road clash with a 6:30 p.m. tip set for Friday at Redmond (3-13, 1-3).

Hoylman and Belanger lead Hawks to a 60-48 victory  

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