WOODBURN — Aggressive play by Woodburn's Katie Kalugin and Lindsey Doman spelled trouble for the Eagle Point girls basketball team during Wednesday's first round of the Class 5A play-in games.

WOODBURN — Aggressive play by Woodburn's Katie Kalugin and Lindsey Doman spelled trouble for the Eagle Point girls basketball team during Wednesday's first round of the Class 5A play-in games.

Kalugin and Doman slashed their way to the basket through the Eagles' defense and also scored on putbacks to send host Woodburn to a 66-31 victory.

Doman poured in 23 points and Kalugin added 20 as the Bulldogs (9-15) proved too much for Eagle Point, which capped its season with a 1-23 record.

Freshman Kinsey Bradshaw had eight points and five rebounds to lead the Eagles, while freshman Marriah Hunsley added six points and five rebounds. Sophomore Casie Johnson also had five boards.

Woodburn opened a 23-6 lead through one quarter of play and allowed the Eagles to reach double figures in only one quarter.

EAGLE POINT (31) — Bradshaw 8, Hunsley 6, Cowden 2, Martinez 2, Jessie Provencal 1, Jamie Provencal 3, Rodgers 3, Beers 1, Hoefst 1, Johnson 2, Culpepper 2. Totals: 9 13-26 31.

WOODBURN (66) — L. Doman 23, Kalugin 20, Padilla 0, Paz 6, Reyna 2, Torres 4, Salmo 6, B. Doman 4, Gregoire 1. Totals: 28 10-16 66.

Eagle Point 6 10 6 9 — 31

Woodburn 23 14 16 13 — 66