Tonight the Squaws host the Lady Bulldogs of New Haven on the hardwood. The varsity contest will begin at approximately 7:30 p.m. The DDD pre-game show will begin at 7:15 or approximately when the JV contest concludes.
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WOODBURN—Despite holding a one point lead with under two minutes to go in the fourth quarter, three turnovers in the final minute turned out to be the deciding factor as Adams Central fell to the Woodlan Warriors by a score of 54-50 on Friday night.
The Warriors' senior guard Greg White came up big for Woodlan in the final quarter scoring five points and collecting three steals. His two biggest points of the contest came with 7.1 seconds as he connected on two free throws to give the home team a four-point lead.
Bellmont senior Diego Hutker came oh so close to lifting the upstart Bellmont Braves to sudden victory, turning Carroll's Logan Jester twice, rolling out 10-1 in the decisive 132-pound match Thursday at the Teepee ... but he could not hold off Jester's power half-Nelson in period two and the Chargers scored a second straight dual meet victory over Bellmont, 36-28.
Tonight the Braves welcome NHC rival Carroll to the mat for a conference showdown that will have a lot to show for who may be crowned champion later this season. The pre-game show will begin approximately 15 minutes before the varsity match is set to begin (~ 7:15 p.m.).
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Garrett center Matt Singleton blocked a shot and sank a pair of free throws late in the fourth quarter to steal a win at the Teepee against Bellmont Wednesday night 45-42.
Bellmont, 1-2 on the year, defeated Whitko on December 7 but after the Heritage game was cancelled Saturday, the Braves have had a week and a half to stew before getting on the hardwood competitively.
Tonight the Braves play host to another ACAC team in the Garrett Railroaders beginning with the JV contest at 6 p.m. The broadcast of the game will begin with a pre-game show at approximately 7:15. To view the broadcast, simply click on the link below, then log in with a username and password. The gamecast is free to view so enjoy the game and go Braves!
This week in Pigskin Picks we shall dub the "week of the upsets" as no bracket except for one had anything less than three mistakes and a majority of the entries missed at least five games. Sal Jauregui missed only two and is this week's winner, while the tie-break score was just 23 points between the Seahawks and Giants. Kris McGill was second place missing three with a score of 36.
FORT WAYNE— The Squaws' best chance to nab a win so far in a frustrating season slipped away late in Tuesday night's contest at Blackhawk Christian as four free throws from Mariah Moonen sealed the deal in a 49-43 loss to the Braves in overtime.
Bellmont trailed 15-11 after period one, then watched Blackhawk go on an 8-2 run to lead 23-13 before coach Andy Heim called for a timeout. When the Squaws emerged from the pep talk, they rallied off 11 straight points to end the half down just one at 23-22.
BERNE— The Lady Starfires of South Adams outscored the Warriors of Wes Del 32-3 in the first quarter to set up a convincing 69-18 win on Monday night at the Stardome.
From the opening tip, the Stars proved to be the juggernaut in this matchup as they collected nine steals and forced 15 first quarter turnovers in the opening eight minutes alone.
PORTLAND— The Starfire boys basketball team braved the snows while most of the region postponed on Saturday night falling big to Jay County on the road 61-32.
Jay County, the up and coming ACAC squad, got a taste from the smallest conference school in SA taking a 17-10 lead after one quarter and never looking back en route to a 3-1 start to their season. The Stars fell to 2-3 on the year with the loss.