Sherman defense holds Hawks to three field goals in lopsided 47-11 victory
Facing the toughest part of its schedule, the South Wasco County girl’s basketball team is in the midst of a 2-9 stretch over the past month, last losing 69-40 Saturday in Big Sky Conference basketball play in Maupin.
Hot start leads to a 44-30 home win over Nixyaawii
Dufur outscored 8-4 in final four minutes of 54-50 loss
Film based on life of Glena Avila opening at Slamdance
Defense reigns supreme in 55-25 drubbing of Dallas
Program plays host to four teams in daylong tourney
The Dalles Wahtonka had its second-highest scoring output along with its best defensive effort Friday night in a 54-point blowout of Franklin in a lopsided 5A battle in The Dalles. TDW’s defense held Franklin without a field goal for the first two quarters, and the offense reeled off scores of 25-1 and 16-1 to lead 41-2 at halftime.
Eagle Indians make just 14 of 28 from free throw line in 49-41 setback to Woodburn
Linebarger, Morales in fifth place to pace varsity squad
Team fares well in opener; takes home spirit award
The Dalles Wahtonka freshman Iliana Telles scored a career-high 17 points, and senior Emily Bailey added five points, 10 rebounds, eight assists, seven blocks and seven steals to lead their No. 13-ranked varsity girl’s team to a season-high fifth consecutive win in a 63-35 drubbing over the Wilsonville Wildcats Tuesday night in non-league hoops play at Wilsonville High School.
SWC scores a 10-1 rally in final 3:41 to defeat Sherman
Sunnyside Christian broke open a 27-21 halftime lead with a 15-7 run in the third quarter and rode that cushion out to a 52-39 win Saturday in non-league boy’s hoops play in Moro. Still within shouting distance at the start of the second half, Sherman coach Bill Blevins said three early turnovers led to six consecutive points that put his squad in a 33-21 hole.
Through three quarters, South Wasco County built a big lead over Nixyaawii, but after playing a gritty four quarters 24 hours earlier at home against Sherman, the legs tired out, as Nixyaawii worked a 37-23 run in the final eight minutes and overtime in a 79-75 victory Saturday in Big Sky conference play in Mission.
The rising season showed this past weekend for the first place Dufur Rangers, as they went 2-1 at the 1A Hoops Classic Tournament this past weekend in Portland to secure third place.
Sherman stages late comeback, but Redsides hold on for 71-68 home triumph
Teams break records, blaze new trails and start surges in final part of ‘13
Several players and coaches etch names in annals of sports history books
Team puts on a solid showing at Adrian Irwin Event
Dillard takes men’s 10k run; Ford is women’s champ
The Dalles Wahtonka scored their first win of the season Friday in a 60-50 margin over Redmond in the second day of the Holiday Inn Classic Tournament, but now has lost seven of their first eight games after suffering a 52-42 setback to Springfield in the Wilsonville Tournament Saturday.
Duling posts double-double to lead SWC to 92-48 win
The South Wasco County Redsides suffered a pair of setbacks over the weekend with road losses in Irrigon and Culver Saturday and Monday in non-league girl’s basketball play.
No. 9-ranked TDW girl’s basketball squad goes 3-1 at Nike Interstate Shootout
Plenty of roster spots are open; Deadline is on Jan. 31
Eagle Indian linebacker is first football player honored since 2010 campaign
The Dufur Rangers won their fourth game in five tries this past weekend by a 60-33 score over Klickitat High School Saturday in a re-scheduled non-league boy’s basketball game against Klickitat, Wash.
It was a historic night Saturday for the South Wasco County Redsides.
Huskies fall two points shy in title game loss to Triad
Austin Kaseberg, Max Martin lead team to 2-0 record; named as tourney selections
Austin Kaseberg and Max Martin combined forces for 40 points, 21 coming on seven 3-pointers, as the Sherman Huskies broke open a 45-40 lead with a 17-4 run in the final eight minutes of play to drop New Hope Christian by a 62-44 score Friday in opening night action at the Compass Classic Boy’s Basketball Tournament in Klamath Falls.
With a new defensive calling card instituted this season, the South Wasco County Redsides are steadily showing their worth on the defensive end by forcing several turnover into easy baskets for a 72-39 win Friday over Lost River at the two-day Culver Tournament.
After scoring six points in the third quarter and seeing a 14-point halftime lead drop down to one, the Sherman Huskies worked a 22-16 output in the final eight minutes of play to drop New Hope Christian 63-56 in first-day action at the Compass Trail Tournament Friday in Klamath Falls.
The Lost River Raiders used the second and third quarters for a 37-14 spurt to break open an 8-4 lead on their way to a 51-31 victory Friday in girl’s basketball action at the Culver Tournament.
Morris, Kortge and Caldwell all go over double figures
Dufur shoots 56 percent in second half to drop Cougars
Four seniors, three freshmen named by coaches at end-of-the-year ceremony
Alexa Macias scored 10 of her team-high 15 points in the second half, and Sammi Ghramm added all of her 12 points in the opening half to lead the Dufur Rangers to a 50-41 victory Tuesday in a girl’s basketball tilt in Lyle, Wash.
Nelson, Morin and Cardosi compete at Nationals
Team scores 15 top-3 finishes, six first-place efforts at weekend meet in Scappoose
Team scores most points in a game since Feb. 19, 2010
The 2A Irrigon Knights got a 25-point effort from Ashli Roberts, and added a long ball element to their game in a 61-34 win over South Wasco County in non-league girl’s basketball play Tuesday at Irrigon High School.
Poirier, Guzman get double-doubles in 51-48 victory
The Dufur Rangers outscored Lyle-Wishram in three of the four quarters played, but the host Cougars managed one rally in a 10-0 run in the second quarter and held on for a 46-38 win in an inter-state boy’s basketball matchup Tuesday in Lyle.
South Wasco County has alternated wins and losses through the first five games of the season, suffering a 74-60 defeat at the hands of 2A powerhouse Irrigon Tuesday in non-league boy’s hoops action at Irrigon High School.
Offense was a premium Saturday, as South Wasco County hit only a handful of baskets in a 38-19 road loss in girl’s basketball action in Perrydale.
The Sherman Huskies lost a pair of games over the weekend, 40-34 to Trout Lake and 49-38 to Lyle-Wishram as part of a two-day weekend roadtrip in Washington.
Alexa Macias and Teneille McDonald combined for 35 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists to lead the Dufur Rangers to a 57-39 victory over Columbia Christian Saturday afternoon in Dufur.
Eagle Indians use 20-3 run in third to grab 64-24 win