March 10, 2014
March 8, 2014
March 8, 2014
Area teams filled all-Southeast 2B League teams following the regular season.
The Tri-Cities Prep boys basketball team scored a buzzer-beating floater to end Waitsburg-Prescott’s season at the District 7/9 regional tournament on Saturday.
All four local competitors lost their opening matches at Mat Classic XXVI at the Tacoma Dome on Friday.
Pomeroy sends Wyatt Hyer, Taylor Lewis and Everett Stevenson to the state tournament this weekend.
Waitsburg-Prescott outscores the Knights 21-11 in the final quarter for the 69-65 District 7/9 victory on Monday.
Waitsburg-Prescott’s Tristan Newman advanced to the state tournament after finishing fourth in the 285-pound division at the regional tournament on Saturday.
District 7 proved it was the better geographical area Saturday in the District 7/9 2B boys basketball tournament, sweeping both games.
The WWVA boys handle Tri-Cities Prep, 53-36, while Waitsburg-Prescott holds off Asotin 53-47 as the district tourney is finally played.
DeSales’ boys take an early lead, but Waitsburg-Prescott then takes over and rolls to a 73-47 loser-out victory Wednesday night.
The Dayton girls basketball team overcame a poor shooting night to down Waitsburg-Prescott 42-26 on Friday.
The Waitsburg-Prescott boys basketball team ran its winning streak to four as it beat Asotin 56-48 on Saturday.
The Pomeroy wrestling team swept all 10 matches against Waitsburg-Prescott on Wednesday.
Waitsburg-Prescott’s boys basketball team followed up a 44-41 victory over first-place Tri-Cities Prep Friday night with another Southeast 2B win Saturday, 66-52 over DeSales.
DeSales jumped to an 18-8 lead after one here in Southeast 2B girls basketball action. Waitsburg-Prescott never recovered as DeSales posted a 60-12 win.
The Waitsburg-Prescott High School basketball team suffered a 59-41 loss to Asotin here Saturday night.
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