March 10, 2014
March 8, 2014
March 8, 2014
MILTON-FREEWATER — The McLoughlin High School girls lost a heartbreaker at home Saturday night against their Greater Oregon League opponent Ontario, 39-36, in overtime.
The McLoughlin High School girls basketball team dropped its Greater Oregon League opener to La Grande, 63-25, on Tuesday.
McLoughlin High School’s wrestlers posted a 3-2 record here over the weekend during the Oregon Classic.
Weston-McEwen’s Chuck Simmons scored 15 points and led his team to a 44-32 win against Mac-Hi here Saturday in boys basketball action.
The Pomeroy wrestling team picks up four pins against the Blue Devil and Pioneer JV teams.
Mac-Hi’s boys are forced to overtime with a 14-4 Waitsburg-Prescott fourth-quarter rally, but pull out the 55-51 victory.
The Pioneers, who lost to Waitsburg-Prescott earlier this season, take the 40-31 victory.
The McLoughlin High School boys basketball team fell behind 21-7 after the first quarter and could not recover, as Cove downed the Pioneers 54-46 on Friday.
Alyx Shaw and Blake Yensen led Milton-Freewater here Saturday in Riverside Rumble wrestling tournament action.
The McLoughlin High School girls basketball team rolled to a second consecutive win here Friday, 39-32, over the Cove Leopards.
Pins were plentiful here Thursday night as Pomeroy and Waitsburg-Prescott joined White Swan and host Lind-Ritzville-Sprague in a mix-and-match wrestling competition.
The Walla Walla Valley Academy boys basketball team bombed away from downtown, nailing 8-of-20 3-pointers and shooting 57 percent from the field, to beat the McLoughlin Pioneers, 69-39, here Tuesday night.
Mac-Hi picks up its third win of the season despite playing without Makia Carlson.
The McLoughlin High School wrestling team finished third out of the 20 teams competing at the Jo-Hi Invitational on Saturday.
Walla Walla High School finished fifth and Mac-Hi took ninth here at the Free-Berry wrestling tournament Saturday.
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