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IMBLER PULLS OUT WIN OVER JOSEPH

By Raenelle Kwock

Observer Staff Writer

IMBLER — The Imbler boys came away with a hard-fought 62-45 Wapiti League basketball win over Joseph Saturday.

The Panthers did not seal the physical game until the fourth quarter. A 6-0 Panther run in the fourth put them ahead for good.

The Panther run was ignited by Tanner McIntosh, who had a shot blocked by Joseph's Cole Lathrop, but then got the ball back and hit a basket for a 48-43 lead.

Then after an Eagles turnover, McIntosh passed the ball inside to Travis Hoskins for a basket. The Eagles missed two shots and Hoskins was fouled on the other end.

Hoskins hit two free throws to put the Panthers up 52-43. The run was capped off by another Panther basket to make the score 54-43.

Lathrop's putback made the score 54-45, but then Imbler closed the game out with an 8-0 run.

Joseph coach Ron Lathrop said the game was much closer than the final score. He added that the Eagles missed second chance opportunities and gave the Panthers too many good looks at the basket.

He said the Eagles did a good job defending McIntosh, who was coming off a 33-point effort Friday night against Grant Union. McIntosh wound up with 10 rebounds, five assists and 14 points against Joseph.

Imbler coach Ken Kramer said the Panthers worked awfully hard to prepare for the Eagles.

The Panthers shot 23-for-44 from the field and outrebounded a tall Eagles team.

Imbler's John McKinnis returned to action from a wrist injury and finished with 16 points.

Imbler's Alan O'Donald had 12 of his 19 points in the first half. He also had four assists. Imbler's Trevor Crow had seven points and five assists.

The Panthers were ahead 21-13 after the first quarter. Joseph's Corey Otten had 10 of his 17 points in the second quarter to bring the Eagles to within 31-27 at halftime.

The third quarter was back and forth. Malte Sievers' turnaround jumper brought the Eagles to within 43-41 towards the end of the third quarter.

The Panthers (9-1 overall, 2-0 Wapiti) travel to Enterprise, while the Eagles (7-2 overall, 1-1 league) host Pine-Eagle Friday.

Imbler 62, Joseph 45

Joseph boys 13 14 14 4 — 45

Imbler 21 10 12 19 — 62

Joseph — Corey Otten 6 5-7 17, Andy Hayes 3 0-1 6, Justin Bird, Kyle Hook 2 0-0 4, Cole Lathrop 4 2-4 10, Tristan Patton 1 0-2 2, Malte Sievers 2 0-0 4, Derrek Layton 1 0-0 2. Totals: 19 7-14 45.

Imbler — Alan O'Donald 8 2-2 19, Travis Hoskins 2 2-2 6, Trevor Crow 1 4-4 7, John McKinnis 5 6-7 16, Tanner McIntosh 7 0-0 14, Olan Fulfer, Cody Campbell, Max Nilsson, Jayce Hewitt. Totals: 23 14-15 62.

Three-pointers — Joseph, none; Imbler 2 (O'Donald, Crow). Rebound leader — McIntosh 10. Fouled out — None. Total fouls — Joseph 15, Imbler 15. Technical fouls — None.

JV score — Imbler 53, Joseph 42

ELGIN BOYS HOLD OFF UNION

ELGIN — The Union basketball boys made Elgin work for it, but a big Huskies third quarter helped lead Elgin to a 60-43 win Saturday.

Elgin (2-0 in Wapiti League, 7-1 overall) held just a 29-27 lead at the half, but the Huskies outscored the Bobcats 17-6 in the third to take control.

Union (0-2, 1-7) coach James Freitag thought his boys played hard, but lost their composure at times, especially in the second half. He said Union knew Elgin was going to come out hard in the third quarter.

"They kept coming back at us and we responded and stepped it up," said Elgin coach Kyle Evans.

Elgin came into this game red-hot from outside, having hit 19 3-pointers in two games, but Union kept the Huskies under control from outside, allowing just five 3-pointers. Four of those were hit by Brandon Evans, who led the Huskies with 24 points.

The first half was a story of runs. Elgin surged out to an 8-0 lead in the first quarter, but Union came back, tying the game 10-10 at the buzzer after a 3-pointer by Rudy Turner.

Elgin built a lead back up to 26-18 midway through the second quarter, but again, Union came back on a 9-3 run behind five points by Tyrel Langford and a bucket by Ben Williamson in the final seconds to cut the lead down to two at the half.

Charlie Schumacher scored 16 for Elgin. Union was led by Williamson's 11 and Langford's nine points.

Elgin hosts Nyssa Friday, while Union hosts Grant Union.

— Pierre LaBossire

Elgin 62, Union 43

Union boys 10 17 6 10 — 43

Elgin 10 19 17 16 — 60

Union — Jim Garwood 3 0-0 6, Rudy Turner 2 0-0 5, Gavin Carman 2 0-0 5, Tyrel Langford 4 0-0 9, Ben Williamson 5 1-2 11, Joe Craig 3 1-2 7, Chris Nay, Josh Smith, Shane Williams, Kaleb Thurston. Totals: 19 2-4 43.

Elgin — Ricky Foster 4 0-0 8, Bill Miller 1 0-0 2, Codi Burgess 1 0-0 2, Skyler Payne 2 0-0 5, Brandon Evans 8 4-6 24, Charlie Schumacher 7 2-5 16, J.T. Keating 0 3-4 3, Cotty Horn, A.J. Hansen. Totals: 23 9-15 60.

Three-pointers — Union 3 (Turner, Carman, Langford); Elgin 5 (Evans 4, Payne). Fouled out - None. Total fouls — Union 14, Elgin 11. Technical fouls — Williamson.

JV score — Elgin 50, Union 42.

COVE BOYS LIGHT UP ADRIAN FOR 93 POINTS

ADRIAN — The Cove boys served notice to the rest of the Old Oregon League Saturday that they can fry the circuits in any scoreboard when they get out on the floor and run.

Cove scored an amazing 35 points in the first quarter, then followed up with a 31-point second period en route to a 93-42 whipping of Adrian.

Coach Todd Gorham said Cove called off the press in the second quarter, but kept running its fast break when the opportunities arose, leading to the 66-point half.

The Cove junior varsity played for the final 10 minutes. Cove had 88 points after three quarters, and Gorham said the Leopard boys were a little disappointed they didn't get to crack 100.

Gorham was more pleased that all the Cove boys got to play and that eight different players scored.

Chris Taylor led the Leopards with 27 points, followed by Josh Pfel's 23. Devan Frank scored 15 and Jake Locken scored 13.

Cove next plays Friday, hosting Jordan Valley and the Mustangs' new coach Dick Royes, who led the Leopard girls to the 1A state championship last season.

Cove 93, Adrian 42

Cove boys 35 31 22 5 — 93

Adrian 8 10 6 18 — 42

Cove — Chris Taylor 12 1-2 27, Josh Pfel 10 2-2 23,DevanFrank 7 0-0 15, Jake Locken 6 1-3 13, Tanner Marshall 1 0-0 2, Sean Louden 1 0-0 2, Raage Sofe 0 2-4 2, Andy Altenburg 1 0-0 2, Scott Cartney 0 0-1 0, David Mills, John Cartney. Totals: 40 9-18 93.

Adrian — Ashton 4 3-8 11, Jones 5 0-0 10, Wagstaff 3 1-2 7, Buckholy 2 3-4 7, May 2 1-2 5, Branstiter 0 0-2 0, Brown 1 0-0 2, Bownes. Totals: 17 8-18 42.

Three-pointers — Cove 4 (Taylor 2, Pfel, Frank); Adrian 0. Fouled out — Jones, Branstiter. Total fouls — Cove 16, Adrian 15. Technical fouls — none.

JV score — Cove 60, Adrian 58.

ENTERPRISE COMES UP SHORT AGAINST NYSSA

NYSSA — The Enterprise boys played a "fine" Wapiti League basketball game against Nyssa Saturday except for three to six minutes, coach Duff Pace said.

The Bulldogs defeated Enterprise 69-51.

Clay Freels and Craig Swart had 12 points apiece. Swart also pulled down 13 rebounds.

Enterprise (2-8 overall, 0-2 Wapiti) host Imbler Friday.

Nyssa 69, Enterprise 51

Enterprise boys 12 17 15 7 — 51

Nyssa 16 24 13 16 — 69

Enterprise — Tony Swart 3 1-2 7, Andy Marcum 1 3-4 5, Zach Gassett 2 3-4 8, Kyle Bollman 1 1-2 3, Clay Freels 6 0-1 12, Craig Swart 2 8-12 12, Brinn Jones 2 0-1 4, Jake Thompson, Jake VanderZanden, Tim Horrocks, Kyle Stookey, Cole Phinney. Totals: 17 16-26 69.

Nyssa — Whitmire 4 2-3 10, Holliday 6 0-0 14, Fuentes 5 0-0 11, Garcia 0 4-5 5, Baker 1 2-2 4, Parra 4 0-2 9, Waldo 3 5-6 11, Holcomb 0 3-3 3, Escobedo 1 1-1 3. Totals: 24 17-22 69.

Three-pointers — Enterprise 1 (Gassett); Nyssa 4 (Holliday 2, Fuentes, Parra). Rebound leader — C. Swart 13. Fouled out — None. Total fouls — Enterprise 19, Nyssa 17. Technical fouls — Nyssa coach.

JV result — Nyssa def. Enterprise.

POWDER VALLEY GO 2-0 IN LEAGUE PLAY

PRAIRIE CITY — The Powder Valley boys swept their Old Oregon League basketball competition this weekend during a two-day road trip.

They defeated Prairie City 60-43 Saturday and edged Crane 48-42 Friday.

Kaycee Shroyer had 17 rebounds and 12 points against Crane.

Tom Weems had eight rebounds and three points against Prairie City. Taylor led the Badgers with 18 points.

The Badgers (6-4 overall, 2-0 OOL) travel to play Wallowa Friday.

Saturday's Game

Powder Valley 60, Prairie City 43

Powder Valley boys 7 13 20 20 — 60

Prairie City 5 10 10 18 — 43

Powder Valley — Justus Gray 5 0-0 12, Deven Thompson 4 2-2 12, Bryson Allen 3 0-2 7, Cody Taylor 8 2-3 18, Tom Weems 1 1-2 3, Arden Perkins 2 4-6 8, Kaycee Shroyer. Totals: 23 9-15 60.

Prairie City — Waggoner 1 3-4 5, Moulton 5 0-2 10, Wheeler 0 0-2 0, Davis 1 1-4 3, Lovell 4 0-0 8, Fast 3 3-8 10, Johnson 2 0-0 5, Klingman 1 0-0 2, Voight, Hendricksen, Monihan. Totals: 17 7-20 43.

Three-pointers — Powder Valley 5 (Gray 2, Thompson 2, Allen); Prairie City 2 (Fast, Johnson). Rebound leader — Weems 8. Fouled out — Shroyer, Moulton, Lovell. Total fouls — Powder Valley 16, Prairie City 18. Technical fouls — None.

JV result — Prairie City def. Powder Valley.

Friday's Game

Powder Valley 48, Crane 42

Powder Valley boys 14 7 6 21 — 48

Crane 5 15 8 14 — 42

Powder Valley — Justus Gray 5 0-0 11, Deven Thompson 2 0-2 5, Bryson Allen 2 4-5 10, Kaycee Shroyer 5 2-2 12, Cody Taylor 4 2-3 10, Riley Grove, Tom Weems, Arden Perkins. Totals: 18 8-12 48.

Crane — McKaigh 1 0-0 3, Haigh 9 8-14 27, Dunn 1 0-0 2, Vasquez 2 2-2 6, Adams 1 1-2 4, Davis, W. Davies, K. Davies, Cargill. Totals: 14 11-18 42.

Three-pointers — Powder Valley 4 (Gray, Thompson, Allen 2); Crane 3 (McKaigh, Haigh, Adams). Rebound leader — Shroyer 17. Fouled out — Perkins, Weems, Vasquez. Total fouls — Powder Valley 20, Crane 14.

JV result — Powder Valley def. Crane.

WALLOWA COMES OUT FLAT AGAINST BAKER JV

BAKER CITY — The Wallowa boys played tired against the Baker junior varsity in a non-league basketball game Saturday, according to coach Gerry McLain.

The Cougars lost 45-43.

Ryan Harshfield scored 20 points to lead the Cougars. Dustin Byers had 10. The Cougars (3-5 overall, 0-1 Old Oregon League) host Powder Valley Friday.

Baker JV 45, Wallowa 43

Wallowa boys 8 7 15 13 — 43

Baker JV 10 9 15 11 — 45

Wallowa — Dustin Byers 5 0-0 10, Ryan Harshfield 9 1-3 20, Patrick Green 1 0-0 3, Caleb Pringle 1 5-6 7, Adam Evans 1 0-0 3, Kaleb Oveson. Totals: 17 6-9 43.

Baker JV — Taylor 3 0-1 7, Baxter 1 1-2 4, Jager 2 1-2 5, Vanta 1 0-0 2, Johnson 2 3-3 7, Heffernan 2 0-2 4, Demastus 7 2-4 16, Suitter, Hickey, Coombs. Totals: 18 7-14 45.

Three-pointers — Wallowa 3 (Harshfield, Green, Evans); Baker JV 2 (Taylor, Baxter). Fouled out — None. Total fouls — Wallowa 12, Baker JV 15. Technical fouls — None.

JV score — Baker freshmen 59, Wallowa 45

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