The Grays Harbor Choker women fell to Lower Columbia College in a hard fought battle on Saturday, February 17, ending their winning streak.
The Red Devils overtook the Chokers with a final score of 95-61. When the women met last on January 20 at Lower Columbia, GHC came out on top with an 87-84 final score.
GHC went only 32.4% in shooting on Saturday, led by Alexia Thrower and 23 points. Lower Columbia had 3 players each score over 20 points from the field.
Going into Saturday, the Chokers were on a 22 game winning streak. They average 81.6 points-per-game
Now 22-2 for the season, and 10-1 in conference play, the GHC women have already secured a place in the Sweet 16 NWAC Championships. Lower Columbia has also secured a seat.
The Choker men also fell on Saturday, losing 80-73 against the Red Devils.
The Chokers next face Tacoma in away games, before returning to Aberdeen for a home game against Green River on February 24.
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