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Canby boys run their league mark to 4-1 after dispatching another team picked to finish ahead of them

The Canby High boy's basketball team got back in the win column June 2 with a 57-49 win over visiting Tigard.

The win pushed Canby's league record to 4-1 (4-2 overall) and places near the top of the Three Rivers League standings.

"Tigard High was another team picked to finish ahead of us in the Three Rivers League," coach Craig Evans noted.

FILE PHOTO - Canby's Diego Arredondo (in white) led the offensive surge that put a 57-49 win the Cougar's pocket on June 2.

The Cougars were able to keep the Tigers at bay for most of the game, answering Tigard's challenge each time it appeared. Diego Arredondo led the way offensive, shooting 9-of-10 from the field and scoring 23 points. Alex Evans added 11 points and six assists, while Tyler Mead chipped in with 10 points.

After a non-league tilt at Franklin June 4, the Cougars get back into league play with a June 7 visit from Tualatin.

Three Rivers League

West Linn 3-0

Canby 4-1

Tualatin 4-2

Lake Oswego 2-3

Tigard 1-2

Oregon City 0-1

Lakeridge 0-5

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