March 7, 2014
March 7, 2014
DeSales’ boys dropped a re-scheduled basketball matchup with Sunnyside Christian, 56-47, Monday night.
DeSales’ girls’ offensive inconsistency continued here Monday, as the Irish hit just 11-of-60 shots in a 51-33 non-league loss to Sunnyside Christian.
Waitsburg-Prescott’s boys basketball team followed up a 44-41 victory over first-place Tri-Cities Prep Friday night with another Southeast 2B win Saturday, 66-52 over DeSales.
DeSales jumped to an 18-8 lead after one here in Southeast 2B girls basketball action. Waitsburg-Prescott never recovered as DeSales posted a 60-12 win.
The DeSales boys basketball team could only muster seven first-half points as the Irish fell to Riverside, 48-33, on Tuesday.
One night after a strong showing in a 55-38 victory over Tekoa-Oakesdale in the DeSales gym, the Irish were off their game here Tuesday night.
DeSales hands Tekoa-Oakesdale a 55-38 defeat Monday, answering a loss to the Nighthawks earlier this season.
DeSales hit eight of its first 16 shots from the floor here Monday in nonconference boys basketball action.
Dayton raced to an 8-0 lead here Saturday to open Southeast 2B boys basketball action. DeSales hung in and the Irish finally took the lead with 4:50 left as DeSales went on to pull out a 54-48 victory.
DeSales found the 3-ball in the third-quarter of Southeast 2B girls basketball action Saturday. The Irish grabbed a scrappy 15-10 lead after two quarters. Teresa Acock then hit two from downtown and Ashlyn Lyons added another as the Irish grabbed control with a 12-2 third-quarter run. DeSales went on to win 38-20.
Tri Cities Prep used a 27-15 run over the middle two quarters to build a cushion that was too much for DeSales to overcome in Southeast 2B boys basketball action here Saturday.
DeSales dug themselves a first half hole that it could get out of here in Southeast 2B girls basketball action Saturday. The Irish connected on only 4-of-27 shots from the field and trailed Tri-Cities Prep 29-13 at intermission.
Led by a double-double from senior post Allison Wujek, who had 13 points and 10 boards, the DeSales girls basketball team hammered Walla Walla Valley Academy early in the game Saturday evening, then cruised to a 51-20 victory in a Southeast 2B contest against the Knights.
Both Walla Walla Valley Academy and DeSales canned nine 3-pointers in a shootout at Walla Walla University here Saturday night, but the Knights came out on top, 66-53, thanks to 19 points from Matt Coseart and 16 from Dustin Rose.
The DeSales and Weston-McEwen girls basketball teams each split a pair of games during the annual D.A. Davidson Christmas Classic that wrapped up Saturday night in the Irish Gym.
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