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WAITSBURG — Waitsburg-Prescott jumped out to a 12-3 first-quarter lead and never looked back in a 44-26 non-league girls basketball victory over Mac-Hi.
MILTON-FREEWATER — The turnover bug struck Mac-Hi here in Greater Oregon League girls basketball action Saturday.
MILTON-FREEWATER — The Pioneers lurched out of the gates Tuesday night, and La Grande took advantage.
MILTON-FREEWATER — La Grande defeated Mac-Hi 64-23 Tuesday night in a Greater Oregon League girls basketball game.
BAKER — Mac-Hi dropped to 0-3 in the Greater Oregon League here Friday night after a 48-24 girls basketball loss to the host Bulldogs.
ONTARIO — The Mac-Hi Pioneers were outscored 20-6 here in the first half of Greater Oregon League Conference girls basketball play Saturday, and went on to fall, 45-28.
MILTON-FREEWATER — It took a barrel full of 3-pointers (twice as fun as monkeys), but Mac-Hi picked up its second win of the year Tuesday.
MILTON-FREEWATER — Waitsburg-Prescott defeated Mac-Hi 49-24 in a non-league girls basketball game Tuesday.
LA GRANDE — Defending Greater Oregon League champion La Grande raced to a 25-5 lead after one quarter here Friday night and never looked back in an 83-10 victory over Mac-Hi in the GOL girls basketball opener for both schools.
LAGRANDE — Mac-Hi battled La Grande to just a two-point deficit, 45-43, after three periods Saturday in its Greater Oregon League opener, but the Pioneers ran out of gas and wound up with a 72-54 loss.
MILTON-FREEWATER — The Mac-Hi suffered another defeat at home Wednesday, this time to the Riverside Pirates, 41-29.
MILTON-FREEWATER — Mac-Hi got 35 points from four different starters combined and just six points off the bench.
HEPPNER — Mac-Hi fell to the host Mustangs in the Heppner Christmas tournament Saturday, 59-25.
BOARDMAN, Ore. — Mac-Hi’s wrestling team claimed second place of eight teams at the Riverside Rumble tournament Saturday despite missing almost half the team thanks to injuries, sickness and vacation time.
COLLEGE PLACE — Amy Arnzen had 18 points and 11 steals Thursday night to lead Walla Walla Valley Academy to a 60-35 victory over visiting Mac-Hi in non-conference girls basketball.
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