Girls basketball: Hockinson 48, Ridgefield 44

first_img Trailing 17-1 in the first quarter, the Hockinson girls basketball team needed a spark.The Hawks bench provided it.Hockinson beat Ridgefield in a 2A Greater St. Helens League game that showed a team’s value goes well beyond its starters.Hockinson clawed within 24-16 at halftime, then won by outscoring the visiting Spudders 20-7 in the fourth.“I’ll give my bench the credit for getting us back in the game in the second quarter,” Hockinson coach Damon Roche said. “This is a good team win. They just stuck to the plan.”Against a much taller Ridgefield team, Roche credited the defense of Adyson Dyer and Jasmine Shigeno. Though neither stands taller than 5-foot-9, they held Ridgefield’s 6-foot-3 post Allie Andrew to eight points. By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Hockinson HawksRidgefield Spudders Share: Tags Freshman Gracie Brammer scored 11 points to lead the Hawks (6-2, 2-2). Dyer scored all six of her points in the fourth quarter, including two free throws to seal the win. Shigeno had six points, nine rebounds and seven steals.Grace Goode scored 16 points to lead Ridgefield (2-3, 8-5).HOCKINSON 48, RIDGEFIELD 44RIDGEFIELD — Devi Dugan 7, Kelli Krsul 0, Karli Oliver 11, Kylie Greenwald 6, Madalyn Chapman 0, Courtney Beyer 2, Grace Goode 16, Mackenzie Dewey 0, Allie Andrew 8, Morgan Harter 0. Totals 17 (4) 6-14 44.HOCKINSON — Brooklyn Byers, Emma Dietel 5, Mackie Kelly 8, Bailey Garner 0, Gracie Brammer 11, Adyson Dyer 6, Jasmine Shigeno 6, Meggie Kistler 3, Addie Chappelle 2, Lillie Mueller 2, Kylie Ritter 5, Molly Romanchock 0. Totals 16 (5) 11-19 48.Ridgefield 17 7 13 7–44Hockinson 3 13 12 20–48JV — Ridgefield won.C — Hockinson won. Receive latest stories and local news in your email:center_img Published: January 8, 2019, 10:08pm The Columbian Share: GO Girls basketball: Hockinson 48, Ridgefield 44last_img read more

International Passenger Trips Climb More Than 10 Percent in September

first_imgARC Data Shows Air Ticket Sales Increased 8 Percent in September  ARLINGTON, Va. – October 16, 2018 – Airlines Reporting Corp. (ARC) announced today that the consolidated dollar value of airline tickets sold by U.S.-based travel agencies increased 8.1 percent in September as compared to September 2017, totaling $7.5 billion vs. $7 billion.* The average U.S. roundtrip ticket price for September 2018 was $498, up $30 from the same time in 2017. The total number of passenger trips settled by ARC for U.S. travel agencies increased 2 percent to 23,599,833 compared to 23,106,672 in September 2017. U.S. domestic trips decreased approximately 2 percent while international passenger trips increased more than 10 percent. Electronic Miscellaneous Document (EMD)** sales in September 2018 comprised $5.4 million, a nearly 3 percent increase compared to September 2017. EMD transactions increased approximately 6 percent to 95,281 in September 2018 vs. 90,356 in September 2017.More detailed information is available on ARC’s website.  About ARCAn industry leader in air travel distribution and intelligence, ARC settled $88.5 billion in ticket transactions in 2017 between airlines and travel agencies, representing more than 287 million passenger trips. ARC provides flexible distribution solutions, innovative technology and access to the world’s most comprehensive air ticket transaction data, helping the global air travel community connect, grow and thrive. For more information, please visit read more