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La Grande senior Brandon Cederholm drives to the basket against Ontario during a 57-45 win in the postseason tournament Saturday. (Chris Baxter/The Observer)
La Grande deals Ontario a tough loss in Greater Oregon League postseason tourney

La Grande’s boys basketball team took its vengeance out on Ontario in a Greater Oregon League playoff game that ended 57-45 Saturday. 

 

Sowing the seeds to feed local families

The concept is simple — grow a row to help a neighbor in need.

This summer, gardeners will have the opportunity to plant an extra row of produce and deliver the harvest to Community Connection for distribution to families that are in need.

 

Sowing the seeds to feed local families

The concept is simple — grow a row to help a neighbor in need.

This summer, gardeners will have the opportunity to plant an extra row of produce and deliver the harvest to Community Connection for distribution to families that are in need.

 

OOL Tournament: Badgers blow by Joseph

BAKER CITY — Full-court pressure paved the way to another Powder Valley win Friday.

The Badgers boys basketball team forced 42 turnovers during an 87-48 win against Joseph in the semifinals of the Old Oregon League postseason tournament .

Some of those turnovers turned into highlight reel plays for Powder Valley. Tyler Robinson and Quin Stephens each finished the game with a fastbreak dunk.

Robinson, a 6-foot-2 post, showed off his range, making 3-of-4 attempts from behind the arc. The senior finished with a game-high 27 points, and added 10 rebounds. Stephens added 19 points, while Jason Benites finished with 12 points. Marcus Pratt did a little bit of everything. He finished with eight rebounds, seven points and seven steals.

The Badgers led 43-22 at the half and never looked back. Powder Valley built that lead by crashing the boards. The Badgers finished with a 48-32 advantage in rebounds, and held a 24-8 advantage on the offensive glass.

Joseph was led by Cayden DeLury with 20 points, on 4-of-8 shooting from behind the arc. Sam Beckman added 10 points.

Powder Valley will play Imbler in the championship game at 8:15 p.m. tonight.

Joseph will play Pine Eagle in the third place game at 2:15 p.m. today.

 

OOL Tournament: Badgers blow by Joseph

BAKER CITY — Full-court pressure paved the way to another Powder Valley win Friday.

The Badgers boys basketball team forced 42 turnovers during an 87-48 win against Joseph in the semifinals of the Old Oregon League postseason tournament .

Some of those turnovers turned into highlight reel plays for Powder Valley. Tyler Robinson and Quin Stephens each finished the game with a fastbreak dunk.

Robinson, a 6-foot-2 post, showed off his range, making 3-of-4 attempts from behind the arc. The senior finished with a game-high 27 points, and added 10 rebounds. Stephens added 19 points, while Jason Benites finished with 12 points. Marcus Pratt did a little bit of everything. He finished with eight rebounds, seven points and seven steals.

The Badgers led 43-22 at the half and never looked back. Powder Valley built that lead by crashing the boards. The Badgers finished with a 48-32 advantage in rebounds, and held a 24-8 advantage on the offensive glass.

Joseph was led by Cayden DeLury with 20 points, on 4-of-8 shooting from behind the arc. Sam Beckman added 10 points.

Powder Valley will play Imbler in the championship game at 8:15 p.m. tonight.

Joseph will play Pine Eagle in the third place game at 2:15 p.m. today.

 

Tourney re-signs with Baker

BAKER CITY — Baker County Tournaments signed a new four-year contract with the District 7-1A Old Oregon League Thursday to hold the district boys and girls basketball tournaments at Baker High School through the 2017-18 season.

“This is the first time we’ve been able to work a contract for more than two years,” said Dale Curtis, Baker County Tournaments chairman.

 

Tourney re-signs with Baker

BAKER CITY — Baker County Tournaments signed a new four-year contract with the District 7-1A Old Oregon League Thursday to hold the district boys and girls basketball tournaments at Baker High School through the 2017-18 season.

“This is the first time we’ve been able to work a contract for more than two years,” said Dale Curtis, Baker County Tournaments chairman.

 

La Grande gets another shot at Ontario

By all accounts it’s been a solid regular season for the La Grande boys basketball team. But the Tigers aren’t ready to call it a success just yet. There is still more the team is looking to accomplish.

“One of our goals was to make it to state,” Tigers head coach Mark Carollo said. 

 

La Grande gets another shot at Ontario

By all accounts it’s been a solid regular season for the La Grande boys basketball team. But the Tigers aren’t ready to call it a success just yet. There is still more the team is looking to accomplish.

“One of our goals was to make it to state,” Tigers head coach Mark Carollo said. 

 

Eagles swoop in

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Joseph’s Cayden DeLury (23) drives to the basket during a 58-43 win against Cove in the opening round of the Old Oregon League postseason tournament Thursday night. (KATHY ORR/WesCom News Service)

Joseph grabs opening round upset against Cove 

BAKER CITY — All tournaments should have at least one upset. The Joseph boys basketball provided it for the Old Oregon League postseason tournament in the final game of the day. 

The Eagles entered the game as the No. 6 seed, finishing the season 1-9 during the regular season in league play. It didn’t look that way during a 58-43 win against No. 3 seed Cove Thursday.

 
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