WILLIAMS -- The Hidden Valley girls basketball team is headed to the state tournament after rolling through another opponent, this time No. 15 Molalla, the Mustangs' first-round opponent in the 16-team playoff.
The win means the Mustangs will head to the state quarterfinals in Forest Grove, just west of Portland. Kaylee Krusemark and Hallee Jessee stole the show, accounting for most of the Mustangs' offense. Molalla couldn't put together anything sustained on their side of the floor and were sunk early.
The Mustangs, now 22-2 overall, head to Forest Grove to take on No. 10 North Marion, who manhandled No. 7 Junction City 47-21. That game is on Thursday at 8:15 p.m. at Pacific University.
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