One of my favorite sports events is a week away.
CALDWELL, Idaho. – Oregon Tech (12-9, 6-5 CCC) fell to College of Idaho (9-13, 7-6 CCC) on Saturday night at the J.A. Albertson Center after a fourth-quarter comeback saw the Yotes blast out of an eight-point deficit, going 21-for-2 to win the game 69-61.
SILVER LAKE — North Lake boys basketball snapped a Hosanna Christian four-game win streak Saturday at home in a close one-point game.
MERRILL — Welcome back, coach Baker.
CALDWELL, Idaho. – No. 3 College of Idaho (20-3, 13-0 CCC) continued their domination of Cascade Conference play on Saturday night as they raced past No. 5 Oregon Tech (16-5, 6-5 CCC) 70-59 and extended their win streak to 14, remaining undefeated in conference play.
It didn’t look like there was going to be much hope for Mazama boys basketball during its opening Skyline Conference game against North Valley.
For the first time in nine years of coaching at Mazama, Joy Lease missed the playoffs last season.
MERRILL — They’re back.
Winter drop-in soccer at Mike’s Fieldhouse now underwayYouth soccer for high school players will run from 5:30-7 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays, through March 18, while games for players in the fifth through eighth grades will take place from 5:30-7 p.m. Thursdays through March 19.
You can spot Ken Vieyra in a Lost River hat and polo on the Raiders’ girls basketball bench.
Payton Pritchard is having a Player of the Year-type of season.
DORRIS — Butte Valley and Tulelake each left with a win Tuesday night, as the Honkers’ girls team and Bulldog boys bested their Evergreen League opponents at Butte Valley 61-47 and 67-41, respectively.
CORVALLIS — It’s not the ideal way to enter a stretch where you play your rival twice in the span of three days, but the No. 7 Oregon State women’s basketball team will try to move past a tough 61-58 loss to then-No. 3 Stanford (now No. 6) with back-to-back games against No. 4 Oregon this weekend.