Make it three wins in a row for the surging Sherman Huskies.
Senior point guard Andie Harrison scored a team-high 12 points, Katie Busler dominated down low for seven points, and the No. 27-ranked Huskies reeled off a solid second-half performance for a 34-20 victory Saturday over Siletz Valley in non-league girl’s basketball action at Country Christian High School in Molalla.
With the road win, Sherman has now defeated Horizon Christian, Central Christian and Siletz Valley by a combined margin of 123-48, for an average margin of victory of 25 points.
“[It was] a good week for the Sherman County girls,” said Husky head coach Steve Kaseberg. “Our conditioning and depth were big for us.”
In this last contest, Kaseberg said his team struggled a bit playing in their third game in five calendar days, but still were able to accomplish some solid results.
“[It was a] very challenging game,” Kaseberg said. “We had some point-blank misses, too many turnovers and foul trouble. A key to our win was the girls played good defense and held our opponent to one shot.”
Sherman (7-7 overall, 2-2 league) hosts Trout Lake, Wash. at 5 p.m. tonight for its final non-league matchup of the season.
After that game, the Huskies host No. 30-ranked Nixyaawii at 6 p.m. Friday in Moro.