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PREP ROUNDUP: Vikings roll to another win

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Published on December 29, 2017 12:01AM

Last changed on December 29, 2017 11:45PM


SALEM — The Umatilla Vikings advanced to the championship game of the Salem Academy Tournament on Friday as they defeated the host Salam Academy 59-54.

The Vikings (11-1) had four players in double figures for the game, led by Trent Durfey with 15 points and 11 rebounds. Behind him, Sebastian Garcia had 14 points, Kaden Webb had 10 points and seven assists and Seth Cranston had 10 points and five rebounds.

Umatilla plays Portland Adventist Academy on Saturday for the tournament championship at 8 p.m.

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UHS 16 13 15 15 — 59

SA 16 10 11 17 — 54

UMATILLA — T. Durfey 15, S. Garcia 14, K. Webb 10, S. Cranston 10, U. Garcia 6, G. Armenta 2.

SALEM ACADEMY — L. Miller 20, C. Hardy 9, B. Boss 6, H. Wakefield 5, G. Cuanas 4, B. Dobson 2, J. Miller 2.

3-pointers — UHS 3, SA 5. Free throws — UHS 12-15, SA 9-11. Fouls — UHS 13, SA 16.

NIXYAAWII 91, IONE 47 — At Helix, the Nixyaawii Golden Eagles topped 90 points for the third time this season as they defeated Ione on Friday evening.

The Cardinals held a 17-8 lead after the first quarter, but the Golden Eagles (9-2) found their rhythm in the second quarter and took off. Quanah Picard led the Golden Eagles with 21 points while Dazan Sigo had 18, Deven Barkley had 16, and Tyasin Burns had 14. Austin Morter led the Cardinals with 15 points.

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IHS 17 8 11 11 — 47

NCS 8 25 31 27 — 91

IONE — A. Morter 15, H. Padberg 10, W. McNary 8, J. Heideman 6, T. Epperson 4.

NIXYAAWII — Q. Picard 21, D. Sigo 18, D. Barkley 16, T. Burns 14, M. Schimmel 9, Ma. Moses 8, N. Enright 5, W. Oatman, J. Ashely.

3-pointers — IHS 3, NCS 7. Free throws — IHS 4-4, NCS 12-19. Fouls — IHS 19, NCS 8.

CRESCENT VALLEY 55, HERMISTON 45 — At Crescent Valley, the Hermiston Bulldogs kicked off the Crescent Valley Invitational with a loss to host Crescent Valley on Friday night.

Ryne Andreason had a game-high 16 points for the Bulldogs (4-5) and both Jordan Ramirez and Cesar Ortiz added eight points. AJ Sandvig led the Raiders (3-5) with 13 points.

“A pretty sloppy game,” Hermiston coach Casey Arstein said. “We never got into a good rhythm offensively, a little of that was defensively not getting out and forcing any kind of turnovers or getting transition baskets.”

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HHS 9 18 5 13 — 45

CV 13 11 13 18 — 55

HERMISTON — R. Andreason 16, J. Ramirez 8, C. Ortiz 8, A. Mendez 6, P. Wicks 5, C. Smith 2.

CRESCENT VALLEY — A. Sandvig 13, S. Boock 11, Harris 10, C. Sanders 8, A. Prasad 5, M. Graff 4, K. Killen 3.

3-pointers — HHS 5, CV 2. Free throws — HHS 13-18, CV 17-23. Fouls — HHS 20, CV 19.

HELIX 41, SOUTH WASCO 39 — At Helix, the Helix Grizzlies finally notched their first win of the season by holding off South Wasco County on Friday night.

“It was exciting,” Helix coach Zach Orem said. “The boys have been so close to getting that first ‘W’ ... we finally got over the hump and it felt good, it was exciting.”

Gavin Newtson had a big game for the Grizzlies (1-10) with 21 points and 12 rebounds. Garrett Olson led South Wasco (2-7) with 23 points.

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SW 12 5 9 13 — 39

GHS 12 12 12 5 — 41

SOUTH WASCO — G. Olson 23, T. Wilson 6, T. Davis 4, B. Birman 3, K. Bailey 3.

HELIX — G. Newtson 21, E. Sprenger 8, L. Davis 6, D. Carlson 6.

3-pointers — SW 1, GHS 2. Free throws — SW 6-12, GHS 5-14. Fouls — SW 11, GHS 16.

BURNS 65, WESTON-MCEWEN 41 — At Pendleton, a slow second half for Weston-McEwen led to a runaway victory for the Burns Hilanders on Friday at the Pendleton Convention Center.

The TigerScots (3-8) kept pace with the Hilanders (7-4) in the first half and trailed just 27-23 at halftime. However, the Hilanders outscored the TigerScots 22-8 in the third quarter to take over the game.

Brett Speed led the TigerScots with 17 points and Cade Tiller led the Hilanders with 18 points, all of which came on 3-pointers, and Jacob Hawood added 14.

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BHS 12 15 22 16 — 65

W-M 13 10 8 10 — 41

BURNS — C. Tiller 18, J. Cawood 14, D. Hoke 4, K. Dahl 4, L. Bailey 3, B. Goss 3, D. Robey 2.

WESTON-MCEWEN — B. Speed 17, G. Smith 7, K. McGill 6, K. Rodriguez 3, P. Munck 3, A. Gambill 3, J. Speed 2.

3-pointers — BHS 12, W-M 1. Free throws — BHS 5-12, W-M 12-21. Fouls — BHS 17, W-M 13.

GRANTS PASS 56, PENDLETON 50 — At Bend, the Buckaroos dropped their second consecutive game at the Les Schwab Holiday Hoopfest as Grants Pass slipped by with a 56-50 victory on Friday at Summit High School.

Pendleton (5-5) finishes up play in Bend on Saturday against Bend High at Mountain View High School at 11:30 a.m.

TROUT LAKE (WA) 51, ECHO 48 — At Helix, the Echo Cougars (4-7) came up just short of a victory on Friday as Trout Lake (WA) held on for a three-point victory.

MAC-HI 53, LIBERTY CHRISTIAN (WA) 39 — AT Irrigon, the Mac-Hi Pioneers (10-2) notched their 10th victory of the season by beating Liberty Christian on Friday afternoon.

TRI-CITY PREP (WA) 63, CONDON/WHEELER 46 — At Pendleton, the Condon/Wheeler Knights’ (5-4) two-game win streak was snapped on Friday with a loss to Tri-City Prep at the Pendleton Convention Center.

Girls Basketball

PENDLETON 55, LAKE WASHINGTON (WA) 36 — At Bend, the Pendleton Buckaroos won their fourth consecutive game, defeating Lake Washington (WA) at the Les Schwab Holiday Hoopfest at Bend High School.

Kalan McGlothan had another double-double to lead the Buckaroos (5-5) with a game-high 20 points and 13 rebounds, and Jaiden Lemberger added 13 points. Buckaroos coach Kevin Porter was really pleased with the way the team played, allowing him to sit the normal starters for the entire fourth quarter and give some freshmen and bench players quality minutes.

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LW 8 9 9 10 — 36

PHS 13 20 13 9 — 55

LAKE WASHINGTON — M. Behrends 11.

PENDLETON — K. McGlothan 20, J. Lemberger 13, M. Davies 8, H. Kiele 5, N. Nevue 4, S. Spriet 2, H. Porter 2, R. Gentner 1.

3-pointers — LW 6, PHS 2. Free throws — LW 4-11, PHS 15-24. Fouls — LW 16, PHS 15.

WESTON-MCEWEN 54, BURNS 42 — At Pendleton, Katie Vescio scored a game-high 20 points and Chelsea Quaempts added 18 points as Weston-McEwen topped Burns on Friday night at the Pendleton Convention Center.

The TigerScots (5-5) started slow and trailed 12-4 after the first quarter and by as much as 12 points in the second quarter before coming alive to hold a 26-20 lead at halftime. In the second half, the TigerScots used a lock-down defense to cruise to their fourth consecutive victory.

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W-M 4 22 12 16 — 54

BHS 12 8 9 13 — 42

WESTON-MCEWEN — K. Vescio 20, C. Quaempts 18, A. Finifrock 6, T. Burke 4, T. Hearn 2, A. Coffman 2, Davis 2.

BURNS — A. Ceja 17, M. Skunkcap 7, A. Hueckman 6, M. Hoyt 5, O. West 5, J. Garner 2.

3-pointers — W-M 4, BHS 1. Free throws — W-M 12-17, BHS 5-17. Fouls — W-M 15, BHS 15.

HELIX 43, SOUTH WASCO 36 — At Helix, Sadie Wilson scored a game-high 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to help her Helix Grizzlies defeat South Wasco for their sixth straight win on Friday.

Wilson was the only Grizzly (7-4) to reach double figures, as Arianna Krol was the second-leading scorer with six points and nine rebounds.

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SW 7 8 14 7 — 36

GHS 9 5 16 13 — 43

HELIX — S. Wilson 19, A. Krol 6, C. Bennett 5, A. Wood 5, K. Mize 4, E. Fehrenbacker 2, H. Christman 2.

3-pointers — SW 5, GHS 1. Free throws — SW 5-8, GHS 14-29. Fouls — SW 25, GHS 14.

SHERWOOD 46, HERMISTON 26 — At Lake Oswego, the Hermiston Bulldogs scored a season-low 26 points as they lost to Sherwood on Friday at the Lake Oswego Nike Shootout.

Hermiston (2-9) finishes up play in Lake Oswego today against TBD.

ECHO 54, TROUT LAKE (WA) 37 — At Helix, the Echo Cougars (5-6) picked up their second straight victory after defeating Trout Lake (WA) on Friday night.

PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 48, UMATILLA 26 — At Salem, the Umatilla Vikings (3-9) scored less than 30 points for the fourth consecutive game as they fell to Portland Christian at the Salem Academy Tournament on Friday.

TRI-CITY PREP (WA) 87, CONDON/WHEELER 22 — At Pendleton, the Condon/Wheeler Knights (0-9) remain winless on the season following a loss to Tri-City Prep (WA) on Friday at the Pendleton Convention Center.



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