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    EIGHT - Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, December 20, 2017
Mustangs defeated in Heppner Junior High boys finish season
weekend games
The Heppner boys junior high Basketball team finished a successful season this past Saturday with games against
Grant Union, Weston-McEwen and Irrigon. Pictured are team members Back Row (L-R): Conor Brosnan, Cody
Fletcher, Zander Fisher, Tucker Ashbeck, Blake Carter, Trevor Nichols, David Cribbs, Chance Jones, Blane Mahoney,
Saul Lopez. Front row (L-R): Coach Rocky Turner, Kegan Steagall, Joseph Sherman, Brock Hisler, Cason Cimmi-
yotti, Derek Smith, Jett Stewart, Adon Guerra, Edward Ellsworth, Bryan Lindsay, Wyatt Wilhelm, Dillon Doyle, Ty
Boor and Coach Slater Mitchell
Mustangs wrestlers Mustang varsity
attend tournaments girls take on
Umatilla
Beau Wolters goes for a shot in the Grant Union game on
Saturday in Heppner - Photo by Staci Osmin
The Heppner Mustang
boy’s basketball team lost
both games they played
last week. The Mustangs
were beaten by the Irrigon
Knights 67-32 and then
lost to the Grant Union
Prospectors by the score
of 45-37. Heppner’s game
that was scheduled at Im-
bler was cancelled due to
the bad weather over the
mountains.
Wyatt Steagall led the
Mustangs in scoring at
Irrigon with 7 points.
Hunter Nichols and Justin
McAninch were next with
6 points each. Trent Smith
and Gibson McCurry fol-
lowed with 4 points each
and Beau Wolters scored
3. Logan Burright had 2
points for the Mustangs.
It was a close game
throughout with the Pros-
pectors at home on Satur-
day. The score was 11-9 in
favor of Grant Union after
the first quarter. The Mus-
tangs fought back to take a
21-19 lead at halftime. The
second half saw Heppner
get outscored 26-16 which
led to the Prospectors get-
ting the win by the final
score of 45-37.
Tyler Carter led the team
in scoring with 9 points.
He also had 7 rebounds
and an assist. Alex Lind- Carson Brosnan vs. Tristin Hancock (Kamiakin). at the
say had a good game with Mac-Hi Christmas Tournament held Saturday, Dec. 16
8 points, 4 rebounds and 3 at McLoughlin High School. Brosnan placed 1st in 160
steals. Trent Smith chipped weight class, Trevor Antonucci placed 3rd in 120 weight
in 6 points and McAninch class and Leo Waite placed 3rd in 126 weight class. Suzy
scored 4, had 4 rebounds Cason, Charles Cason and Ethan Holmgren also partici-
and a blocked shot. Stea- pated in the tournament.-Photo by Kirsti Cason
gall also scored 4 points
and had a big night on the
boards as he hauled down
16 rebounds. Wolters and
Nichols scored 3 points
each. Wolters also had 3
rebounds while Nichols
had 2 rebounds and 2 as-
sist in the game. McCurry
had 3 rebounds and a steal
while Burright had a re-
bound for the team.
This week the Mustangs
host the Umatilla Vikings
Jenna McCullough (12) jumps for the ball in the game
and then travel to take on
Christian
Dubry
vs.
Sam
Marsengill
(Hermiston)
at
the
against Umatilla on Dec. 18. -Photo by Staci Osmin
the Echo Cougars.
Pendleton Invitational held December 13. - Photo by Kirsti
Cason
JV girls go up
against Grant Union
Aimee Turrell catches some air in the JV game against Grant Dakota Durfey (20) in the game against Grant Union on Dec.
16. -Photo by Staci Osmin
Union on Saturday. -Photo by Staci Osmin
THE UPCOMING WINTER
STORM SEASON IS NEAR
Morrow County Road Dept.
would like to remind all motorists
there will be NO winter
maintenance on Coalmine hill
For the rest of the County winter maintenance practices
include applying deicing agent, plowing and sanding.
The combination of practices used at each site may vary to accommodate the
different climate, traffic, and storm conditions encountered.
Morrow County's goal is to provide a safe roadway.
However, it is always up to the motorist to drive
according to conditions.
PLEASE USE EXTREME CAUTION AND
COMMON SENSE. THEY WILL DO THEIR BEST AND
WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE.
WE PRINT!
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The Heppner
Gazette-Times
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Alison Cecil (14) goes for a basket in Saturday's game
against Grant Union. -Photo by Staci Osmin