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Mt. Hood women hold their playoff position, Sandy wrestlers get past Barlow in final league dual

PMG PHOTO: DAVID BALL - Mt. Hood's Emily Webber came up with a team-high 21 points in Saturday's road win in Klamath Falls.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Saturday, Feb. 1

MT. HOOD 77, SW OREGON 58 — The Mt. Hood women's team erased an early six-point deficit by outscoring SW Oregon 46-17 in the middle quarters. Emily Webber led Mt. Hood with 21 points, while Mina Sete added 19 points off the bench on 7 of 10 shooting.

The Saints (14-7) remain in playoff position, sitting in fourth place in the South Region.

The Mt. Hood men dropped a 91-88 decision to the Lakers with Anel Alagic beating the buzzer with a 3-pointer to win the game. Leonard Dixon hit five 3s and finished with a team-high 24 points for the Saints.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Friday, Jan. 31

BARLOW 78, SANDY 35 — The Bruins kept pace atop the Mount Hood Conference alongside Central Catholic with the road win Friday night. Barlow put it way early with Kennedie Shuler scoring 11 of her game-high 17 points in the first half. Teammates Melanie Hiu and Maicee Bradley sank early 3s, and the Bruins took a 45-19 lead into halftime.

Brooklyn Adams tried to keep Sandy close with a pair of first-half 3-pointers on her way to a team-high 10 points. With the game out of reach, the Pioneers outscored Barlow 13-12 in the fourth quarter with Rachel Remsburg hitting a 3 and Sydney Brewster sinking both of her free throw attempts.

Tuesday, Jan. 28

C. CATHOLIC 57, SANDY 25 — The Pioneers took a tie game into the second half before Central broke away with a scoring spurt late in the third quarter.

Sandy center Sydney Brewster hit a trio of second-quarter buckets on her way to a team-high 11 points.

"We got after them defensively, and handled their pressure well through most of the first half," Sandy coach Dave Brown said. "If we could have made foul shots, it would have been a much closer game."

PMG PHOTO: JIM BESEDA - Sandys Isaiah Shideler won by a 12-4 major decision over Oregon Citys Sage Brown in Saturdays 132-pound final at the Bill Geister Invitational.

WRESTLING

Thursday, Jan. 30

SANDY 40, BARLOW 38 — The Pioneers won five of the 11 contested bouts, getting pins from Nate Shea (220) and Ford McKinnis (285) at the end of the night to provide the winning margin in the league dual.

The teams traded the lead seven times with Sandy pulling ahead 28-27 heading into the upper portion of the weight ladder after Malik Treanor (160) scored a 13-5 major decision.

Isaiah Shideler (138) came up with the quickest pin of the night in only 18 seconds, while teammate Kayden Keller scored a fall early in the second round at 126 pounds.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Tuesday, Jan. 28

C. CATHOLIC 82, SANDY 53 — The Rams put up 25 points in the first quarter and another 21 in the third to build a commanding 66-40 lead.

Tanner Brewster connected on half of his shot attempts to lead the Pioneers with 15 points.


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