No. 4 Sherman wins its seventh in a row, 78-42
Herlocker scored 11 of his team-high 15 points in the first quarter to lead the No. 4-ranked South Wasco County Redsides to a 64-19 win over Ione Friday in a Big Sky boys’ game played in Maupin. Herlocker added six rebounds and four steals, Brody Myers added 14 points, 10 rebounds and six assists, and Travis Hayes tallied 13 points, four rebounds and four steals for the Redsides.
The South Wasco County Redsides finished one shot away from pulling off an upset win over the Ione Cardinals. Jessie Flynn scored a game-high 26 points, including seven in the fourth quarter, and No. 19 Ione held SWC without a field goal in its final possession to hold on for the 51-50 win Friday in a girls’ basketball league showdown played in Maupin.
Playing without injured point guard Sydney Reed, the Dufur Rangers got a career-high 10 points from Kayla Bailey and eight more points from shooting guard Alexus Outlaw, but the No. 6-ranked Condon-Wheeler Knights broke open a 29-11 halftime lead with a 21-8 third quarter run for a 52-26 victory Friday in Condon.
The Arlington Honkers came back from a 21-15 halftime deficit to tie the score in regulation, and then outscored Sherman 8-6 in overtime to pull off a 48-46 triumph Friday in Arlington.
Martin, Coles combine for 34 points to lead No. 5 Sherman
The Hermiston Bulldogs hit eight 3-pointers as part of a 35-point third-quarter surge to pull away from The Dalles by a 78-44 score Friday night in a Columbia River Conference boys’ hoops showdown at Hermiston High School.
Hermiston uses 17-8 run in final 11:13 for a 44-32 win
In a trial run this year, administrators like the change
TD boys’ hoops are poised to make CRC mark
Carter and Klindt lead boys; Diede paces girls team
Hermiston is top target, but league is up for grabs
Redsides use 19-9 run in third to beat Horizon
TD cheer starts new season with pride and poise fueling lofty expectations
Dufur has won five of last seven to grab third in league