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GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Bobcats keep hold on second place in conference

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The Union girls basketball team celebrates a 57-56 win Tuesday night. The Bobcats improved to 10-2 in conference play with the win. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)
 

UNION — Weston-McEwen got the look it needed at the end of the game, but Ammarae Broncheau’s baseline jumper came up short at the buzzer, giving Union a win Tuesday.

The Bobcats girls basketball team pulled out a 57-56 win against Weston-McEwen in a battle for second place in the Blue Mountain Conference. Both teams entered the game with nine conference wins, trailing Pilot Rock by two games for first.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Bobcats keep hold on second place in conference

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The Union girls basketball team celebrates a 57-56 win Tuesday night. The Bobcats improved to 10-2 in conference play with the win. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)
 

UNION — Weston-McEwen got the look it needed at the end of the game, but Ammarae Broncheau’s baseline jumper came up short at the buzzer, giving Union a win Tuesday.

The Bobcats girls basketball team pulled out a 57-56 win against Weston-McEwen in a battle for second place in the Blue Mountain Conference. Both teams entered the game with nine conference wins, trailing Pilot Rock by two games for first.

 

BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Bobcats pick up big win

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Unionís Kenneth Sipp shoots over the top of a defender during a 47-43 win Tuesday night. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)
 

UNION — The Union boys basketball team grabbed a better hold on its second-place standing in the Blue Mountain Conference standings Tuesday night.

After grabbing a 40-29 lead through three quarters, the Bobcats held on to win the game 47-43 against Weston-McEwen.

 

BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Bobcats pick up big win

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Unionís Kenneth Sipp shoots over the top of a defender during a 47-43 win Tuesday night. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)
 

UNION — The Union boys basketball team grabbed a better hold on its second-place standing in the Blue Mountain Conference standings Tuesday night.

After grabbing a 40-29 lead through three quarters, the Bobcats held on to win the game 47-43 against Weston-McEwen.

 

Tigers sink Bulldogs

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La Grandeís Kylin Collman drives to the basket during a recent game. The Tigers won a non-league contest against Nyssa 53-32 Tuesday. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)
 

La Grande beats Nyssa in a non-league matchup

On La Grande’s home court, the Tigers girls basketball team beat the Nyssa Bulldogs (16-4 overall, 4-1 EOL) 53-32 in a non-league game Tuesday. 

The last time the two teams squared off, La Grande lost to Nyssa. This time around, after a rocky start, the Tigers pulled it together and defeated the Bulldogs. 

 

Tigers sink Bulldogs

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La Grandeís Kylin Collman drives to the basket during a recent game. The Tigers won a non-league contest against Nyssa 53-32 Tuesday. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)
 

La Grande beats Nyssa in a non-league matchup

On La Grande’s home court, the Tigers girls basketball team beat the Nyssa Bulldogs (16-4 overall, 4-1 EOL) 53-32 in a non-league game Tuesday. 

The last time the two teams squared off, La Grande lost to Nyssa. This time around, after a rocky start, the Tigers pulled it together and defeated the Bulldogs. 

 

La Grande wins nail-biter 60-59

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La Grandeís Avery Albrecht drives to the rim during a win against Ontario Saturday.
BURNS –– The La Grande girls basketball team (11-5 overall, 3-0 GOL) beat the Burns (13-7 overall, 1-3 EOL) in a non-league game 60-59 Saturday. 

The Tigers’ defense was slow coming out allowing the Highlanders to end the first quarter with a 13-point lead. La Grande made some adjustments and started to close the deficit, but Burns pulled away again in the last two minutes of the second with an eight-point run, ending the first half leading 35-22. 

 

La Grande wins nail-biter 60-59

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La Grandeís Avery Albrecht drives to the rim during a win against Ontario Saturday.
BURNS –– The La Grande girls basketball team (11-5 overall, 3-0 GOL) beat the Burns (13-7 overall, 1-3 EOL) in a non-league game 60-59 Saturday. 

The Tigers’ defense was slow coming out allowing the Highlanders to end the first quarter with a 13-point lead. La Grande made some adjustments and started to close the deficit, but Burns pulled away again in the last two minutes of the second with an eight-point run, ending the first half leading 35-22. 

 

Back on track

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Eastern Oregon University's Kyllian Wood shoots over the top of No.21 Concordia's Esvan Middleton during an 82-80 win Saturday night.
Eackles Jr. delivers last second win to complete EOU sweep

Tony Eackles Jr. hung in the air for what seemed like minutes. He contemplated passing for a brief second only because the defense was glued to him. In the end, somehow, Eackles Jr. lofted the shot high enough to hit what turned out to be the game-winning shot with six seconds on the clock.

 

Back on track

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Eastern Oregon University's Kyllian Wood shoots over the top of No.21 Concordia's Esvan Middleton during an 82-80 win Saturday night.
Eackles Jr. delivers last second win to complete EOU sweep

Tony Eackles Jr. hung in the air for what seemed like minutes. He contemplated passing for a brief second only because the defense was glued to him. In the end, somehow, Eackles Jr. lofted the shot high enough to hit what turned out to be the game-winning shot with six seconds on the clock.

 
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