Jefferson and Roosevelt split basketball twin bill
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - The high school basketball seasons began at Roosevelt and Jefferson High School with a rivalry game between the two West Side Sioux Falls rivals on Saturday afternoon at the Jefferson gymnasium. Click on the video viewer for highlights from:. -The #3 Jefferson girls...
Girls basketball preview: Jefferson up for the challenge against Benson in the PIL race
Another year older and another year wiser, the Jefferson High School girls basketball team remains hungry. Despite two stellar seasons the past two years, the Democrats have fallen short of making the 6A quarterfinals and playing at the Chiles Center. Coming into the 2023-24 season with a roster featuring the talented 2025 class that has started together since freshman year, the growls of the Demos’ stomachs are growling louder than...
Oregon High School Boys Basketball Schedule, Live Streams in Marion County Today - December 9
Want to learn how to watch high school basketball games in Marion County, Oregon today? We have you covered here. Follow high school basketball this season on the NFHS Network! Keep tabs on your family or alma mater and tune in!. Marion County, Oregon High School Boys Basketball Games Today.
South Albany downs Philomath in girls’ hoops
In a low-scoring matchup between two girls basketball teams that reached their respective state tournaments last season, 5A South Albany pulled away from 4A Philomath Tuesday night, 47-27. The Warriors struggled offensively in the first half with 11 points at the break. “We dug ourselves a hole and struggled the...
Defense sparks Philomath to boys basketball home win
Clinging to a 19-18 lead at halftime with an offense sputtering because of foul trouble, the Philomath High School boys basketball team needed to lean on its defense Tuesday night to work its way past 5A South Albany. The Warriors came up big on defense in the third quarter to...
Tualatin girls basketball drops top-10 matchup with Jefferson 52-44
A swarming defense and plenty of offense from Chauncy Andersen gave the preseason No. 7 Jefferson High School girls basketball team a season-opening win over No. 6 Tualatin 52-44 on Tuesday in the Timberwolves' gym. A season ago, Tualatin walked away with the 44-36 win over the Democrats. However, Jefferson...
Support Jefferson Jr. High Basketball Teams: Free Games Every Monday and Wednesday
Basketball games are held on Monday’s and Wednesdays @ 3pm in the GYM. Come and support our Jefferson Jr. High Basketball teams. Admission is free Games will be held until 12/20/23Visit here for more details.
Cowboys second at Perry Burlison
The Cowboys dominated the lower weights but didn’t score enough points in the higher divisions to win the Perry Burlison Boys Invitational Saturday at Cascade High School in Turner. The Cowboys finished second to the Dallas Dragons, 208.5 to 193. Sweet Home was third at 174 and Cascade fourth at 145 to lead the 23-team field. In the first six weight classes, Crook County won four titles, plus took a...
Two Buffs place at Perry Burlison Invitational
The Madras White Buffalos wrestling squad finished in 16th place at the Perry Burlison Invitational Saturday at Cascade High School in Turner. The Buffs had two wrestlers place sixth in the 23-team event: Earl Oliver at 138 pounds and Deklyn Parton at 144. Oliver opened by beating Aegis Smith of Elmira via pin, then lost in the quarterfinals to Crook County’s Landon Lavey, the eventually weight class champion. Oliver then...
Philomath High wrestlers 5th at 24-team Cascade meet
The Philomath High School boys wrestling team opened its season Saturday with a fifth-place finish in the Perry Burlison Invitational’s 24-team field at Cascade High School. The Warriors sent four wrestlers into the finals at the tournament and came out of it with one champion and three runners-up. Sophomore Riley Barrett took first place at 150 pounds and settling for second-place medals were junior River Sandstrom at 113, sophomore Porter Compton at 138 and junior JJ Lewis at 175.
Boys Varsity Basketball: West Albany vs Newburg 68-53.
Head coach and teacher Drew Halvorson said, ¨I’m very optimistic about the talent we have on the team, and I think we have some size and good athletes. I think we have all the pieces we need to have a successful season.¨ When asked about who he thinks the key players for his team are, Halvorson said, ¨I would say our five starting players. Brysen Kachel is a returning first team all state player who is going to be key for us both inside and out on both offense and defense. He’s really a complete player, a very strong guy. We are gonna need him to score the ball and get a lot of rebounds for us to be successful. Austin Simmons, 6’4”, [a] really good athlete, as well as a good football player. His athleticism really translates from football to basketball as far as being able to run and having ball skills. Jackson Strandy, 6’3 wing, is a big guy. He can jump and dunk, but can also shoot the 3, and he is good at helping us block shots as well. Owen Hopkins is a returning first team all league player, his shooting and scoring will work for us to stretch defenses and be successful in the air. Point Guard Gavin Aguilar is a lightning quick player, if he can take care of the ball and play great defense we can be successful this year” Halvorson said. He was very confident coming into the game and his gut feeling was right when the Bulldogs defeated Newburg with a final score of 68-53.
LBCC Basketball – Roadrunner Women Defeat Lady Ducks Basketball Club
Albany, OR – The Linn-Benton women’s basketball team defeated the University of Oregon Club in Albany on Tuesday, November 8 at Linn-Benton’s Activities Center. In a game that was tightly contested in the first quarter and then saw the Roadrunners hold the Ducks to only one point in the second, it was the third consecutive win for the Beaks. They have started the season 3-0 and are set to begin conference play on December 1 against Yakima Valley.
LBCC Men’s Basketball — Smith, Zimmermann Lead Beaks Past Corban
Albany, OR – The Linn-Benton men’s basketball team defeated the Corban University Gold team on Tuesday, November 28 by a score of 106-67 at the Linn-Benton Activities Center. With the Roadrunners improving their record to 2-1, the Warriors fell to 0-1 with a loss in their opening game...