December 19, 2014
December 19, 2014
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Waitsburg-Prescott ties the game at 36-all with five minutes left, but WWVA pulls away for the win.
The Knights lead from tipoff to hand Waitsburg-Prescott’s boys a 55-48 Southeast 2B defeat Thursday night.
After earning a chance to play at the home of the Blazers, Weston-McEwen downs North Clackamas Christian.
Abbie Underhill drew a foul with one second on the clock and sank both free throws to lift Walla Walla Valley Academy to a 32-30 girls non-league prep basketball victory over visiting Elgin here Tuesday night.
Wa-Hi’s boys overcome a double-digit first-half deficit to defeat Moses Lake, 57-50, Tuesday.
Kaimen Suffia and Owen Lanning both score 20 to lead W-P to a 53-40 victory over the Pioneers.
Sydney Richwine’s 17 points and a suffocating Pioneer defense lead Mac-Hi to the victory over visiting Waitsburg-Prescott Tuesday.
Wa-Hi couldn’t protect a 39-38 lead after three quarters here Tuesday night and Moses Lake rallied for a 54-50 girls non-league prep basketball victory.
Tim Duncan didn’t sound like a coach who came out on the winning side here Tuesday night.
The Weston-McEwen girls basketball team opened a 12-2 lead after the first quarter and never looked back, as the TigerScots downed Riverside, 57-26, on Tuesday.
The Dayton High School girl’s basketball team overcame a poor shooting night to beat River View, 34-30, on Tuesday.
Touchet’s girls picked up their fourth victory of the season, 65-36, over Bickleton here Tuesday night.
A slow start doomed the Pomeroy High School girls basketball team, as they fell to Asotin, 51-43, on Tuesday.
Pomeroy bolted to a 26-9 lead after one quarter and cruised to a 68-43 boys non-league prep basketball victory over Asotin here Tuesday night.
The Weston-McEwen boys basketball team restricted Riverside to only eight second-half points in a 50-27 non-conference victory on Tuesday. The TigerScots opened 25-19 halftime lead before ratcheting up its defense in the second half.
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