Hastings, Somers help Lynden rebound from loss

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDJanuary 11, 2014 

Lynden boys' basketball bounced back from its first loss with a 66-51 win over White River. Scott Hastings led the Lions with 20 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks.

Sterling Somers also had season-high 20 points for Lynden.

"I think watching Marshawn Lynch grind out yards inspired them," Lynden coach Brian Roper said in a phone interview. "Somers brought his 'A-game.' He shot well and was really active. Hastings just filled out the stat sheet."

Despite losing the turnover battled 10-8, Lynden held the advantage in rebounding with 34 to White River's 22.

"It was a good bounce-back game. You're always one win from feeling better after a loss," Roper said.

Lynden's next game is at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14, at Nooksack Valley.

LYNDEN 66, WHITE RIVER 51

Lynden 13 20 14 19 - 66

White River 8 16 7 20 - 51

Lynden: Jordan Wittenberg 1, Noah King 0, Parker Harrison 4, Sterling Somers 20, Trey Shagren 5, Andrew Kivling 0, Jaremy Martin 9, Scott Hastings 20, Jalani Phelps 5, Caden Lair 2, Davis Bode 0. Team totals: 16-37 13-23 66.

White River: Maras 2, Scheer 5, Dudley 14, Grant 5, Garvin 7, Holmes 10, Meadows 6, Goethals 2. Team totals: 10-34 10-16 51.

3-ptg: Lynden 7 (Somers 4), White River 7 (Dudley 4). Rebounds: Lynden 34 (Hastings 11), White River 22 (Garvin 6). Assists: Lynden 11 (Martin 7), White River 7 (Meadows 3). Fouls: Lynden 14 (Fouled out: none), White River 21 (Fouled out: Grant). Turnovers: Lynden 10, White River 8.

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