March 8, 2014
March 8, 2014
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.
The annual D.A. Davidson Christmas Classic that ended Saturday night in the DeSales gym produced a mixed bag of results for both the Irish and Weston-McEwen boys basketball teams.
DeSales head coach Allyn Griffin said Friday’s game against Asotin was one he wanted to forget right away yet remember forever.
The DeSales girls basketball team downed Asotin 46-35 behind 17 points from Emily Baumgart.
DeSales didn’t get the test it hoped for here Tuesday night during its final game before launching Southeast 2B District girls basketball play this weekend.
The DeSales boys basketball team got off to a slow start Tuesday night against Riverside Christian and never recovered. The Irish fell to the Crusaders 45-30 in the non-league contest.
The DeSales boys basketball team trounced Tekoa-Oakesdale 66-20 on Saturday.
After leading through the first three quarters of play, the DeSales girls basketball team lost in overtime to Tekoa-Oakesdale, 55-47, on Saturday.
The DeSales girls basketball team downed McLoughlin Friday night, 60-24, behind 24 points from Ashlyn Lyons.
McLoughlin High School’s boys basketball team won tight game with DeSales Friday, defeating the Irish 45-40 after holding just a one-point lead entering the fourth quarter.
Echo’s Kylie King drained a 3-pointer with two minutes gone in girls non-conference basketball action in DeSales’ gym Tuesday.
The Irish boys press and play hurry-up basketball as they roll to a season-opening rout of Echo.
Lind-Ritzville-Sprague left little doubt that the road to the Class 2B football championship runs through the Broncos. L-R-S opened defense of their 2012 title with a convincing 41-14 defeat of DeSales here Friday in the opening round of the playoffs.
The Irish face undefeated Lind-Ritzville-Sprague Friday, while W-P has Adna Saturday.
As she finished signing her name on the dotted line, Ashlyn Lyons became the fourth player to sign a national letter of intent to play softball at the University of Montana on Wednesday evening.
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