Girls basketball: Castle Rock 47, Fort Vancouver 45, OT

first_img By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Share: Castle Rock RocketsFort Vancouver Trappers Share: GO Fort guard Paulina Jimenez-Francisco forced overtime by hitting a 3-pointer at the buzzer.And though Fort Vancouver (0-3) fell short in overtime, coach Arlisa Hinton found many positives her team can build on.“Against Ridgefield on Monday, it was not good on our part,” she said. “Against Battle Ground on Wednesday, we looked better. Tonight, we were even better. We’re going in the right direction.”Among the positives was making a clutch shot as the clock ran down. Jimenez-Francisco caught the ball in front of the Trappers bench and let it fly for her only points of the game.“I told her ‘if you get it, just shoot it,” Hinton said.Kailey Gonzalez led Fort with 18 points. Alba Martin-Lacasta added 11.Kaitlyn Sullivan scored 12 points to lead Castle Rock (3-2). The Rockets held Fort to just one point in overtime. Published: December 7, 2018, 11:02pm center_img The Columbian CASTLE ROCK 47, FORT VANCOUVER 45, OTCASTLE ROCK — Brooke Wirkkala 4, Rachel Anderson 3, Megan Keeling 10, Payton Kessler 8, Hanna Lair 2, Zoe Naugle 6, Sophie Ogden 0, Grace Pelletier 0, Kaitlyn Sullivan 12. Totals 16 (0) 15-27 47.FORT VANCOUVER — Carla Azamar 4, Corah Williams 4, Yuliana Valenci 0, Kailey Gonzalez 18, Marley Parra , Alba Martin-Lacasta 11, Isis Villalobos 3, Lexani Garcia 0, Paulina Jiminez-Francisco 3, Trinity Stegall 2. Totals 15 (1) 14-26 45.C. Rock 10 10 11 13 3–47Fort 10 9 12 13 1–45JV — Fort Vancouver 47-23 Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Girls basketball: Castle Rock 47, Fort Vancouver 45, OT Tagslast_img