Powder Valley’s Marcus Pratt (24) meets with Imbler’s Luke Silbernagle (10) in the lane during the first Old Oregon League meeting between the teams Jan. 11. The Panthers won that game 53-49. (NANCY CAMPBELL photo)
Badgers look to defend home court against Panthers
Round three of what should be at least a four-round bout is the featured game in the area when No. 3 Imbler travels to No. 2 Powder Valley Friday night.
These two teams are familiar with this scenario. Last season, they finished the season with identical records, 21-4. In league play, each team won at home. The big win came in the postseason tournament, a 53-39 win by Imbler.
La Grande beats Baker City, falls to The Dalles-Wahtonka
The Dalles-Wahtonka showcased how it got to its 13-2 record in front of a Grande girls basketball fans Saturday.
The Eagle-Indians used their 3-2 zone to overpower La Grande 64-44.
ELGIN — The Elgin girls basketball team squeaked out a close win against Irrigon 44-42 Friday night. The two teams were locked 19-all at the half. The Huskies found their rhythm to take a 35-29 lead after the third quarter.
Jordyn Anderson and Katie Witherspoon led the Huskies with 11 points apiece.
UNION — Union is having little trouble winning on its home court.
The Bobcats boys basketball team improved to 5-0 in Blue Mountain Conference play at home with a 65-61 win against Stanfield Saturday.
JOSEPH — An extremely fast course and bright, sunny skies provided new challenges for even seasoned mushers at the 10th Eagle Cap Extreme Sled Dog Race this weekend.
An extremely fast course and bright, sunny skies provided new challenges for even seasoned mushers at the 10th Eagle Cap Extreme Sled Dog Race this weekend. (Katy Nesbitt photo)
Laura Daugereau of Stockett, Mont., returned with her team of Alaskan Huskies for a two-peat — winning the 200-mile race for the second year in a row and breaking the course record in a time of 33 hours, 43 minutes — barely edging out Brett Bruggeman of Great Falls, Mont., who finished second in 33 hours, 52 minutes.
Mountaineers play their first home conference games
PARMA, Idaho — Led by six wrestlers in the finals, La Grande took home the first-place trophy at the Padilla Wrestling Tournament in Parma, Idaho, Saturday.
La Grande smashes records, sends off seniors at home meet
La Grande freshman Tony Clay took first in the 200 individual medley at the Tigers’ final home meet of the season Saturday. As a team, La Grande finished second to Pendleton. (Chris Baxter photo)
While the La Grande swimming team skipped the formalities of sending off the seniors, at least for one more week, there was still something to see at the final home meet of the season Saturday.
The La Grande boys basketball team cruised to a 67-41 non-league win against Class 5A Dalles-Wahtonka Saturday night, extending its winning streak to 10 games.
Tyson Wicklander had the hot hand for the Tigers, scoring 11 points in the first quarter. The senior finished with 21 points, a game-high.
La Grande jumped out to a 10-1 lead in the opening quarter, but the Eagle-Indians rallied back to within four points, 17-13, after one quarter. The Tigers used a 13-3 run to push the lead to 32-18 at the half.
La Grande junior Jake Powell fueled the run, scoring eight of his 10 points in the second quarter.
Wicklander and Brandon Dall kept the heat on in the third quarter. Wicklander added nine points to his total, while Dall scored 11 points in the quarter. The junior finished the game with 15 points.
“I thought we played a little sloppy the night before,” Tigers head coach Mark Carollo said. “It was a rivalry game against Baker, so the emotions were running high. I thought we did a lot of things right tonight. I was happy with the way the boys executed.”
POWDER VALLEY — Seniors Marcus Pratt and Jason Benites each
scored 17 points, and the Powder Valley Badgers boys basketball team
picked up an 89-30 win against Wallowa Friday night.
Pratt scored 11 of those points in the first quarter, helping the
Badgers jump out to a 24-4 lead after the first eight minutes of
play. Pratt nearly outscored Wallowa at the half, 13-11, and as a
team Powder Valley had 40 points on the board.
Benites’ big quarter came in the third, scoring eight points.
Chaz Murray led Wallowa with 10 points, while Cole Hafer added six
Tyler Robinson and Brock Jones each added 11 points for the Badgers.
Powder Valley (13-1 overall, 3-1) will host Cove at 5:30 p.m.
tonight. The Leopards enter the game with a 50-33 win against Pine
Eagle Friday night.
Wallowa (2-13, overall, 1-4 OOL) will have Saturday off, and will
travel to Pine Eagle for a 7:30 p.m. game Friday.
La Grande senior Dylan Reece helped his team steamroll rival Baker City in the lone home dual on the schedule this season.
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