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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 WWVA boys handle Tri-Cities Prep, 53-36, while Waitsburg-Prescott holds off Asotin 53-47 as the district tourney is finally played.
The Irish beat Dayton, 43-36, to establish the top two seeds to the District 7/9 tournament.
Mac-Hi manages only two points in the first quarter in the 69-38 loss to La Grande.
The Pioneers register more turnovers than points as Mac-Hi falls to 0-4 in Greater Oregon League play.
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.
The Weston-McEwen girls basketball team’s fourth quarter rally fell short against Pilot Rock on Tuesday.
The Walla Walla High girls and boys basketball teams are hosting district games on Friday.
Rather Tim coaches the Indian boys and mother Missy leads the Indian girls, with four of the five offspring playing for them.
Walla Walla High School had four wrestlers qualify for the regional tournament this weekend in Pasco out of the district tournament here Saturday.
The Walla Walla High School boys and girls basketball teams are hosting district tourney games Friday night.
POMEROY — The three Pomeroy seniors celebrated Senior Night with a 62-50 victory over Colton here Saturday night.
Sam Dower leads the Zags with 18 points and eight rebounds, but the Zags fall to No. 24 Memphis, 60-54.
The Pomeroy High School girls basketball fell behind 25-1 in the first quarter against Colton and never fully recovered — losing 77-33 at the end of regulation Saturday night.
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