March 8, 2014
March 8, 2014
After dropping a 48-28 decision to the Hermiston’s junior varsity on Friday to open the Heppner girls basketball tournament, Mac-Hi forced Heppner into overtime here Saturday before dropping a 48-46 decision.
UMATILLA — The McLoughlin High girls basketball team lost to the Umatilla Vikings here Monday afternoon, 54-21.
The Waitsburg-Prescott boys basketball team’s four-guard set stifled McLoughlin High School, as W-P rolled to a 59-39 victory on Tuesday.
Sam Fedderson’s rebound and putback seals W-P’s victory Tuesday night.
McLoughlin High School and Walla Walla High School finished 11th and 12th, respectively, at the Muilenburg Wrestling Tournament 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.
The McLoughlin High School boys basketball team beat Helix 56-40 here on Tuesday.
The McLoughlin High School girls basketball team connected on only 11 of the 50 shots it took, but that was enough to beat Helix 24-18 on Tuesday.
The McLoughlin High School boys basketball team could not overcome its 28 turnovers in a 55-38 loss to Stanfield on Saturday.
Dayton’s girls basketball team stormed Mac-Hi’s gym Friday night, defeating the Pioneers in convincing fashion, 42-26, in the first round of the four-team Mac-Hi tournament.
The McLoughlin High School girls basketball team beat Helix 30-19 in a consolation bracket game in the Mac-Hi tournament on Saturday.
The Mac-Hi boys basketball team opened its season with a bang Friday night, defeating Dayton 50-32 in the first round of the Milton-Freewater Open Invite.
The McLoughlin High School wrestling team opened its season at the eight-team Enterprise Tournament on Friday. The Pioneers placed 12 competitors in the top four and three wrestlers took individual championships.
The young Blue Devil wrestling team opens the season with the Bob Mars Invite in Kennewick on Saturday.
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