April 24, 2015
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The McLoughlin High School girls basketball converted just 10 of its 59 shot attempts as the Pioneers fell to Riverside, 39-30, on Tuesday.
McLoughlin High School’s wrestling team enjoyed its share of success over the weekend.
McLoughlin High School saw Baker grab a Greater Oregon League girls basketball win in the waning moments here Friday at the Pioneer gym. The Bulldogs narrowly won, 30-28.
Turnovers were the difference here at the McLoughlin gym Friday in boys Greater Oregon League basketball action. Visiting Baker took advantage to outscore the Pioneers 15-8 in the fourth quarter and the Bulldogs pulled off a 56-46 win.
McLoughlin High School dug itself a 10-point halftime deficit here Friday in Greater Oregon League girls basketball action. The Pioneers outscored Ontario 13-5 in the third quarter, but the Tigers held off Mac-Hi over the last eight minutes to secure a 48-43 GOL win.
Mac-Hi grapplers get three pins, two major decisions and a decision to lead to a 47-30 win over Baker.
MILTON-FREEWATER — La Grande drained six treys in first-half action here Tuesday in the Greater Oregon League boys basketball opener against McLoughlin High. The Tigers, behind their 3-point barrage, built a 44-26 lead at intermission, and the Pioneers never recovered as La Grande improved to 11-4 overall, 1-0 in GOL play, with a 63-41 win.
MILTON-FREEWATER — Too many fire-breathing Tigers. The La Grande Tigers opened Greater Oregon League girls basketball play on fire as the Tigers knocked down 32-of-54 (59 percent) of their field goal attempts and defeated McLoughlin, 73-22.
The McLoughlin High School wrestling team finished 3-2 at the Oregon Classic dual meet tournament over Friday and Saturday.
Pioneer People, McLoughlin High School’s official booster club, will host the inaugural Mac-Hi Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremonies and “A Toast to Talent” auction and wine tasting extravaganza Saturday, April 11, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Community Building, 109 N.E. Fifth Ave.
McLoughlin opens an early 8-0 lead and cruises to a 33-16 victory on the Waitsburg-Prescott court on Tuesday night.
Chance Leroue’s game-high 20 points leads Waitsburg-Prescott to the non-league boys basketball win Tuesday night in Waitsburg.
McLoughlin High School’s Carlos Angel went off for 27 points to lead the Pioneers to a road victory over Weston-McEwen, 57-38, on Saturday.
The Irish girls see a noticeable improvement in Mac-Hi, but still take home a 44-34 victory.
The Mac-Hi boys weren’t able to defend their court, dropping the second game of the season to the DeSales Irish Tuesday evening, 55-41.
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