PHOTO GALLERY — Visiting Pirates ruin Touchet girls' senior night Friday



Pomeroy's Karlie Martin, left, and Touchet's Carley Frazier go back-to-back for a rebound in Pomeroy's 36-28 win Feb. 4.


Pomeroy's Sam Smith, right, and Touchet's Emily Huesby, center, battle for the ball.


Pomeroy's Karlie Martin, far right, goes high for the steal against Touchet as Josie Christopher (14) looks on. Pomeroy won, 36-28.


Pomeroy's Sam Smith (center) battles with Touchet's Hillary Intinarelli (left) to stave off a Touchet comeback late in Pomeroy's 36-28 win Friday night.


Touchet's Hilary Intinarelli, right, and Pomeroy's McKenzie Uto, left, both deny contact with the out-of-bounds ball Friday night. The Indians gained possession.


It was a tense bench for Pomeroy head coach Nettie Severs and players as Touchet threatened the comeback at the end but never quite pulled it off.

TOUCHET - Pomeroy was able to overcome 31-percent shooting from the field, 24 turnovers and a second-quarter scoring drought of four-and-half-minutes to spoil Touchet's senior night celebration with a 36-28 victory in Southeast 1B District girls basketball action here Friday night.

Both teams were scheduled to end their regular seasons Saturday night. The Pirates were to host St. John-Endicott and the Indians traveled to Tekoa-Oakesdale.


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