Saturday, Feb. 8
SANDY PLACES TWO AT REGIONALS — Sandy saw Chloe Omey (17-2) win two matches by fall and her semifinal bout by a 9-2 decision to place second in the 145-pound bracket at last weekend's girls North Region tournament.
Teammate Olivia Willard spent less than a minute on the mat to dispatch her first two opponents in the 190-pound bracket. After a loss in the semifinals, who pinned a consolation foe then finished Warrenton's Jade Vollner in 1:16 of the third-place bout.
Sandy High hosts the Mount Hood Conference boys district tournament Friday and Saturday, Feb. 14-15.
Friday, Feb. 7
CLACKAMAS 69, SANDY 37 — The Pioneers got out to a 12-9 lead at the end of the first quarter before Clackamas found its groove with 43 points over the middle quarters on its way to the 32-point road win.
Rachel Remsburg led Sandy with 12 points.
Thursday, Jan. 30
SANDY 87, CENTENNIAL 71 — The Sandy girls outscored Centennial in 7 of the 11 events to pull off the dual victory. MacKenzie Kinney and Tamzyn Pendleton went 1-2 in the 200 medley to give the Pioneers a nine-point lead at the intermission.
Centennial pulled to within four points halfway through the meet. Sandy followed with consecutive wins from Hannah Schumacher in the 100 free, Kinney in the distance free and a sweep in the 200 free relay to put the team score out of reach 66-46 with three races left.
Sandy's Audri Kato doubled up in the 200 free and breaststroke and was also a part of two winning relays to finish with a meet-high 16 points.
The Sandy boys dropped an 116-47 decision with Brayden Kato picking up wins in the 200 medley and backstroke.
Friday, Feb. 7
CLACKAMAS 75, SANDY 46 — The Cavaliers took a 42-17 lead into halftime with 23 points from Ben Gregg. Gavin Schippers led the Pioneers with 13 points.
Wednesday, Feb. 5
D. DOUGLAS 75, SANDY 61 — Pierce Roeder finished with a team-high 23 points, but Sandy was outscored 19-10 in the fourth quarter to lose touch against the Scots. The Pioneers went 10-for-12 (83.3%) from the free-throw line.
MILES BROWN SCORES 24 — Sandy graduate Miles Brown, a junior guard at Warner Pacific, connected on 10 of 14 (71.4%) of his shots and tied for the team lead with 24 points in the Knights' 79-75 win over Evergreen on Friday. He assisted on a 3-pointer and sank a free throw in the final minute to secure the victory.
The Knights ended the week with a 13-12 record.
These recaps appear in our Feb. 12, print edition.
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