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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 Pomeroy boys basketball team improved to 9-0 this season with a 66-30 win against Liberty Christian on Saturday.
The Pomeroy girls basketball team defeated Liberty Christian 75-35 Saturday behind double-digit scoring from four different players.
The McLoughlin High School wrestling team finished third out of the 20 teams competing at the Jo-Hi Invitational on Saturday.
Pomeroy held Tekoa-Oakesdale to one point over the first 16 minutes and cruised to a 57-11 romp here Saturday in boys Southeast 1B basketball action.
Pomeroy High School tied for fourth here Saturday at its own Pomeroy Christmas wrestling tournament.
Pomeroy ran into a hot shooting Jacey Johnson here Saturday in Southeast 1B girls basketball action. Johnson scored 29 points to lead Tekoa-Oakesdale to a 60-38 win over the visiting Pirates.
The Pomeroy boys basketball team improved to 7-0 on the season as the Pirates beat Colton 45-37 on Saturday.
Perrenial power Colton shellacked Pomeroy Saturday night, beating the Pirates 83-18 in a girls basketball game.
Pomeroy High School wrestler Taylor Lewis pinned a competitor and won by a pair of identical 5-2 decisions to take the Downriver Challenge tournament 170-pound title here Saturday.
Pomeroy freshman Jarod Thorpe and senior Taylor Lewis led the Pirates wrestling team to two wins at the Heppner triple-dual match on Thursday. The Pirates downed Heppner and Irrigon, 39-10 and 40-9, respectively, and fell to Riverside 45-18.
POMEROY — Pomeroy’s boys made quick work of St. John-Endicott here Friday night, taking a 70-24 victory.
Pomeroy High School took eight competitors to a 10-team tournament and went 19-13 in their matches. “The kids wrestled well for their first outing,” Pomeroy coach Brian Slaybaugh said.
The Dayton girls basketball team shot a dismal 26 percent from the floor, as the Bulldogs fell to Pomeroy 40-35 on Tuesday.
POMEROY — The Pomeroy boys basketball overcame a slow start as the Pirates beat Waitsburg-Prescott 67-62 on Saturday.
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