March 8, 2014
March 8, 2014
The Pomeroy boys basketball team had three players named to the District 9 1B All-League teams.
A huge second quarter lifts Colton past the Indians in a district loser-out game.
Touchet’s season comes to an end with the 66-62 District 9 loss in Colfax.
Tekoa-Oakesdale’s Mattie Jo Johnson and Olivia Pakootas — each 6 feet tall — combined for 38 points to lead T-O in a 62-41 victory over Touchet Saturday in the District 9 1B girls basketball playoffs.
ROSALIA — It was too much Craig Nelson and Rosalia free throws for the Touchet boys here Thursday in the first round of the District 9 1B Tournament, as the home team held off the Indians, 54-47.
Touchet’s girls turned up their defense without picking up the fouls that have plagued them all season, and handed St. John-Endicott a 57-39 District 9 1B Tournament defeat here Wednesday night.
The Touchet boys basketball team racked up 49 points during the first half of play against Tekoa-Oakesdale on Tuesday.
Foul trouble again bit the Touchet girls here Tuesday night in the final game of regular season, as the Indians fell 77-49 to Tekoa-Oakesdale.
Rather Tim coaches the Indian boys and mother Missy leads the Indian girls, with four of the five offspring playing for them.
The Touchet’s boys basketball game against Liberty Christian came to an unfortunate early ending here on Saturday.
Touchet’s Cierra Jo McKeown dropped 33 points and 11 steals, as she led the Indians girls basketball team past Liberty Christian, 61-39, on Saturday.
Touchet’s run to the Washington Class 1B-8 state championship game in December postponed the Indians’ Southeast 1B League game against Rosalia.
Rosalia’s free throw shooting down the stretch proved to be the difference, as the Spartans downed Touchet 56-51 on Tuesday.
The Pomeroy Pirate ship hit eight of its first 15 shots and raced to a 22-13 lead after one here Saturday in girls Southeast 1B basketball action.
No. 2 1B ranked Pomeroy came out of the locker room and roared to an 18-3 lead after one in Southeast 1B boys basketball action here Saturday. Touchet never gave in and clawed back to within four before the Pirates closed out a 46-37 win.
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