No. 3-ranked Country Christian broke open a one-point lead through one quarter with a 16-8 run in the second period to take hold of a 57-44 victory No. 9 Dufur Monday in a non-league boys’ basketball game at Dufur High School.
HOOD RIVER – All the bounces that went The Dalles’ way last Friday in their upset win over Pendleton did not go their way Tuesday in the second half against Hood River Valley. After both teams fought to a 25-all halftime tie, the Eagles used runs of 15-6 and 22-18 in the second half to claim a 62-49 victory in a 5A Columbia River Conference contest played at Hood River Valley high School.
HOOD RIVER – Playing without the services of injured all-league center Olivia Starks, No. 12-ranked The Dalles will need a collaborative effort to dominate the competition. Brooke McCall and Iliana Telles combined for nine 3-pointers and 21 points apiece, and sophomore point guard Kailin Hoylman added two points, six steals and a career-high 13 assists to lead the Riverhawks to a 68-49 blowout of Hood River Valley Tuesday in a Columbia River Conference matchup at Vannet Court.
Four players hit on double figures in 20-point triumph
Janet Guzman and Makenzie Blaylock scored 12 of the Sherman Huskies’ 20 points in the fourth quarter as part of a 20-13 run in a 45-35 girls’ basketball victory over Horizon Christian Saturday afternoon at Sherman High School.
Sherman comes up just short in rally bid against No. 1-ranked Horizon Christian
Morelli gets 17 to help SWC run streak to three games
TD boys ride dominant first half to a 60-41 dismantling of No. 8-ranked Pendleton
Jimenez takes win by fall
Hoops team fights Hermiston until the very end
Feil and Clifford grab pair of seconds each; Clear strong in 50-yard freestyle
The Dalles Mayor Steve Lawrence urges community members to attend the only home meet of The Dalles High School varsity wrestling team at 6 p.m. Thursday, in the gymnasium. Taking the mat in the match against Pendleton will be Joe Linebarger, a junior who is ranked third in state, along with nine other athletes. “Let’s show up and support them,” said Lawrence.
The Sherman Lady Huskies fell behind by 23 points through three quarters and finished the final quarter with a 21-8 run, but could not complete the rally in a 50-40 girls’ basketball loss Saturday to Triangle Lake in a neutral site game played at Sisters High School.
The No. 11-ranked Dufur Rangers salvaged a split this past Friday and Saturday, with a big win over Arlington and a loss Saturday afternoon to No. 3 Country Christian in boys’ hoops play.
3rd-ranked Cougars use 22-16 run in fourth to beat Rangers