Last week’s box scores; also includes district wrestling seedings, which were released after our print deadline.
Sports and Outdoors
There probably aren’t a whole lot of tears being shed in the Central Washington 2B League over the prospect of Brewster moving up to the 1A ranks next year. The Bears’ girls basketball team continued its two-year rampage through the league on Friday, Jan. 21, ripping past Oroville with 32 minutes of full court pressure, 63-28.
Much of Oroville’s success this season has come from its 3-point shooting prowess. So when the Hornets got shut out from behind the arc, while Brewster hit 10 triples in Friday’s contest, the result was predictable. The Bears’ 68-53 victory wasn’t at all surprising in that context.
Tonasket’s girls basketball team had a five point lead and plenty of momentum late in the third quarter at Omak. It wasn’t enough to carry the Tigers to victory as the Pioneers awoke with a 21-5 run to pull away to what ended up as a 53-45 victory for the ladies in red and black.
For weeks the third quarter proved to be the Tonasket boys basketball team’s undoing. On Friday, Jan. 20, it was the first quarter. The Tigers put together a solid effort over the final 24 minutes against visiting Chelan, but after falling into a 13-5 hole to start the game it wasn’t enough as the Goats held on for a 59-46 victory.
Tonasket and Oroville each wrestled just once in the past week, but both had successful outings.
Scores and box scores that didn’t make it into the printed edition. Up-to-date standings can be found by clicking on the links in the right column of the Sports & Outdoors page.
Schedules, Box Scores and Standings
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