Photo Gallery: WWCC women advance to NWAACC semifinal

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Highline's Shalece Butler-Woods (left) tries her best to hold back Warrior Caitlin Duncan as she wrestles away a rebound during Sunday's game.

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Leslie Stillar shoots over Carol Howard for two of her game-high 16 points. Stillar sunk a 3-pointer to lift the Warriors to a 55-52 win with seconds left in their Sunday night game at the Toyota Center in Kennewick.

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Highline's Carol Howard (left) and WWCC's Sienna Edmunson were pretty evenly matched while leaping for the ball Sunday night at Toyota Center.

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Walla Walla Community College's Caitlin Duncan (right) whips the ball from Highline's Bree Morkert-Burling during Sunday night's NWAACC Championships quarterfinal game at the Toyota Center in Kennewick. WWCC downed the Thunderbirds, 55-52.

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Warrior Leslie Stillar (No. 20) drives on Highline's Jocelyn Jones.

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It was armed conflict under the net as Highline's Heather Hitch (left) and WWCC's Tai Jensen (second from from left) battle for a rebound. The Warriors won the battle for the night on a last second 3-pointer by Leslie Stillar with a score of 55-52.

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WWCC's Caitlin Duncan (left) and Leslie Stillar (No. 20) apply the defensive pressure to Highline's Shalece Butler-Woods.

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WWCC's Stevie Humphries impacts a Highline player as they battle for a rebound.

Walla Walla Community College's Leslie Stillar hit a 3-pointer in the final seconds to lift the Warriors past Highline, 55-52, Sunday night in the NWAACC Championships quarterfinals. The Warriors face NWAACC East rival Columbia Basin tonight at 8 p.m. in the semifinals.

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