WALLOWA — The Nixyaawii Golden Eagles remain unbeaten in conference play following an 82-44 win over Wallowa on Saturday.

The win also extends Nixyaawii’s season-high win streak to 11 games, which dates back to Dec. 18.

The Golden Eagles nailed 12 3-pointers in the game, and were led in scoring by Hunter McKay with 22 points and Fredy Campos with 21 points.

“I liked that we didn’t let up,” said Nixyaawii coach Shane Rivera. “Our defensive pressure was better in the second half ... the team work was great.”

Nixyaawii (17-1, 7-0 OOL) next plays at Powder Valley on Saturday.

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NCS (17-1, 7-0) 24 21 16 21 — 82

WHS (3-12, 2-5) 14 11 9 10 — 44

NIXYAAWII — H. McKay 22, F. Campos 21, H. Melton 11, A. Corona 10, C. Case 8, I. Ashley 2, L. Lewis 2, D. Barley 2.

WALLOWA — C. Nobles 14, D. Allen 10, R. Hafer 8, K. Frye 6, N. Allen 6.

3-pointers — NCS 12, WHS 4. Free throws — NCS 0-2, WHS 4-9. Fouls — NCS 6, WHS 6.

ECHO 50, HELIX 23 — At Echo, the Cougars doubled up the Helix Grizzlies in Old Oregon League action on Saturday evening.

Carlos Chavez led Echo (6-12, 4-3 OOL) with 15 points, grabbed five rebounds and dished out five assists. Miachel Thompson netted 13 points on 6-9 shooting.

After a slow first quarter resulted in an 11-10 lead for the Cougars, Echo came alive in the second quarter with 25 points on 11-18 shooting (61 percent) to bust open a 36-17 lead at halftime, which is all they would need. Helix netted just six second half points on 3-13 shooting.

The Grizzlies’ high scorer in the game was Jonathan Shaw with nine points on 4-6 shooting.

Echo next plays at Pine Eagle on Friday and Helix hosts Wallowa on Friday.

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GHS (2-15, 0-7) 10 7 4 2 — 23

EHS (6-12, 4-3) 11 25 8 6 — 50

HELIX — J. Shaw 9, J. Williams 4, T. Fehrenbacker 4, G. Newtson 2, B. Cope 2, G. Christman 2, C. Marks, T. Wilson.

ECHO — C. Chavez 15, M. Thompson 13, T. Mulder 9, B. Gibbs 5, C. Caldera 4, R. Post 2, B. Moffit 2, H. Gerkhe, N. Scott, Z. Gerkhe, J. Dorn, C. Medrano, D. Craig.

3-pointers — GHS 0, EHS 3. Free throws — GHS 3-8, EHS 5-7. Fouls — GHS 9, EHS 14.

SHERMAN 78, CONDON/WHEELER 42 — At Sherman, the Condon/Wheeler Knights dropped their second straight game on Saturday with a loss to Sherman.

No details were reported.

Condon/Wheeler (7-9, 3-4 BSL) next plays at Horizon Christian on Friday.

HORIZON CHRISTIAN 62, IONE 33 — At Ione, the Cardinals did not have enough offensive firepower to overcome Horizon Christian on Saturday.

No details were reported.

Ione (2-12, 1-5 BSL) next hosts Sherman on Friday.

IONE 33, HORIZON CHRISTIAN 30 — At Ione, the Cardinals hung on against Horizon Christian for a victory on Saturday to stay tied atop the Big Sky League standings.

“We just hung on till time ran out,” said Ione coach Nathan Heideman.

It was a sloppy game offensively on Saturday, as both teams combined for 52 turnovers. Ione had 31 of those turnovers, with the bulk of them coming in the first half.

Jessie Flynn led Ione with 13 points, and Morgan Orem added a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds.

Ione will prepare for a tough weekend of games next week when they host Sherman on Friday before traveling to Condon/Wheeler on Saturday.

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HCHR (6-9, 3-4) 1 16 4 9 — 30

IHS (9-6, 6-1) 5 7 8 13 — 33

HORIZON CHRISTIAN — P. Finn 10, J. Hicks 8, K. Wenz 7, C. Carter 2, J. Stevens 2, J. Marx 1.

IONE — J. Flynn 13, M. Orem 10, R. Holland 9, H. Padberg 1, K. Gilbert, I. Sandford, S. Qualls.

3-pointers — HCHR 0, IHS 0. Free throws — HCHR 6-18, IHS 11-23. Fouls HCHR 19, IHS 15.

NIXYAAWII 71, WALLOWA 19 — At Wallowa, the Golden Eagles extended their win streak to 17 games with a blowout win over Wallowa on Saturday.

In the teams’ two meetings this season, Nixyaawii has won by a combined score of 138-29. No details were reported.

Nixyaawii (17-1, 7-0 OOL) next plays on Saturday at Powder Valley at 4 p.m.

CONDON/WHEELER 48, SHERMAN 32 — At Sherman, the Condon/Wheeler Knights improved to 6-1 in conference play with a win over Sherman on Saturday.

No details were reported.

Condon/Wheeler (15-2, 6-1 BSL) next plays at Horizon Christian on Friday.

DUFUR 41, ARLINGTON 40 — At Dufur, the Arlington Honkers were upset by Dufur on Saturday afternoon, knocking the Honkers out of first place in the Big Sky League.

No details were reported.

Arlington (12-6, 5-2 BSL) next play at South Wasco on Friday night.

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