PORTLAND — The past met the present during a top-25 battle in Portland Wednesday.
EOU, ranked No. 6 in NAIA Division II, cruised past No. 13 Warner Pacific 89-64.
Mark Carollo rewrote the Mountaineers' record book with 14 points in the game.
The 6-foot-5-inch senior is now the all-time scoring leader in
the school's history with 1,799 points. He surpassed Randy Dolven's
IMBLER — Both coaches couldn't lodge a
complaint about the quality of the game Wednesday. However, Imbler head
coach Jarod Teeter still found it tough to swallow the 73-69 loss to
POST POINTS: Imbler's Dalton McDaniel (left) puts up a shot over Clinton Vaughn of Triangle Lake during a 73-69 loss Wednesday. - Paul Harder/The Observer
The Panthers boys basketball team dropped the top-10 battle in overtime.
Imbler, ranked No. 8 in Class 1A, is still trying to get to full strength.
ELGIN — Humpty Dumpty still sits atop the Huskies' wall. Thanks to Imbler he did not have a great fall.
Yes, that egg remains in the Elgin win column, as Imbler
strolled into town Tuesday night for a boys basketball game and walked
out victorious, 65-39.
It was quick ball movement around the perimeter. One senior named McIntosh. One sophomore named McDaniel.
ELGIN — It seeped through little by
little, like water flowing through a crack in a dam before eventually,
it burst wide open altogether.
Jade Silver of Elgin fends off Imbler defenders Tuesday night in a 45-31 loss. - Observer/BRUCE MASON
Imbler turned a tight game into an all-out flood Tuesday,
defeating Elgin 45-31, affirming its ground as the No. 10-ranked team
in Class 1A girls basketball.
The Panthers pushed the tempo. Used their quickness. And also relied upon the stellar play in the post from Chelsea Poe.
JOSEPH — Playing the Eagles is a little like Russian roulette — you never now where the final blow is coming from.
The Eagles' Nicke Parks (left) and Enterprise post Tricia O'Leary battle for a rebound Tuesday. - Observer/PAUL HARDER
Joseph's Colby Patton delivered the knockout punch during a 67-35 win against county rival Enterprise Tuesday.
The senior said the pressure is off when playing on this team.
No one wants to be a statistic. But Matt Cook became one when he was awarded a USA swimming top-16 honor.
Out of 22,412 swimmers across the country, Cook placed 12th
(26.92) in the 50-meter freestyle event for 11-to-12-year-old age
"It's a big honor," Cook said. "I know all my training paid off. But it shows me I need to work even harder to get better."
UNION — What does Ford Motor Co. and Heppner High have in common?
DUNTEN DOMINANCE: Union coach Brett Dunten instructs his Bobcats during the fourth quarter Saturday. The Bobcats (5-1, 2-0 Blue Mountain) own sole possession of first place in the conference. - The Observer/BRUCE MASON
They both have Mustangs.
The differences between them?
Well, Ford Mustangs can be found purring along the highway, while Heppner Mustangs can be found losing on the basketball court.
UNION — That Nacho just needed extra ingredients.
RARE OPPORTUNITY: Zack Kimball (right) and Brian Savely (left) had tough times Saturday scoring in the paint versus Heppner. With the loss, Union dropped to 3-3 (1-1 Blue Mountain). - The Observer/BRUCE MASON
The Savely Brothers? They were treated as the ground meat.
The rest of the Union roster? They were treated as the onions, salsa, guacamole, sour cream and other toppings of choice.
The future is scary.
FLUID FORM: LHS swimmer Brandon Taylor set a personal record in winning the 100-meter butterfly Saturday. The Tigers boys team won the meet with a total of 127 points. The girls also won with 118 points. - The Observer/PAUL HARDER
Training dictated the La Grande High School swim team times
should be higher. Instead the Tigers dominated their home meet on the
boys' and girls' side.
The girls won with a total of 188 points. Pendleton finished 28 points back with 90.
ELGIN — Good teams are only as good as their weakest link.
REBOUND REACH: Huskies post Brandi Campbell battles for a rebound with Weston-McEwen's Jamie Miley Friday. The Huskies won the game 32-30, and will travel to Pilot Rock today. - The Observer/PAUL HARDER
The Huskies found out they're strong against Weston-McEwen during a 32-30 Blue Mountain Conference win Friday.
Playing without senior point guard Sam Perez, for an undisclosed reason, the Huskies felt out of place.
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