A10 • HERMISTONHERALD.COM BULLDOGS: continued from Page A9 Brian Guiterrez (220) was tenth, Jeremy Ruth (132) ¿nished 17th and Oscar Lopez rounded out the Bulldogs with an 18th- place ¿nish at 12 pounds. Standouts Sam Col- bray (19), Bob Cole- man (182), John-Henry Line (19), Brock Mc- Dounough (170), Liam Tarvin (113) and Beau Blake (28) did not wres- tle, though Blake traveled. Hermiston hosts a 3-way dual this Saturday when three Idaho schools come calling. The dual against Caldwell Senior, Deer Park and Post Falls is set to start at 10:30 a.m. in the purple gym at Hermiston High School. It supplants a girls basketball game sched- uled to start at p.m. when Hermiston hosts Hillsboro Union, which will instead be played at Armand Larive Middle School. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2015 SPORTS/CLASSIFIEDS times than not. Hermiston shot 30.7 percent from the ¿eld overall, but 40 percent from 3-point range and just 66 percent from the free throw line. Head coach Dave Ego had to go to his bench early when Tre Neal picked up two quick fouls, and missed most of the third quarter when he picked up his fourth a couple minutes in. He would even- tually foul out. His little brother, Dayshawn Neal, demon- strated his health coming off an ankle injury suffered BOYS: continued from Page A9 proved too much. Brimmer ¿nished with 23 points, with most coming in the second half. He would’ve had a lot more had he not shot 0-of-10 from the free throw line in the ¿rst half. He ¿nished 2-fo-12 from there. For Hermiston, it was a poor night shooting but only statistically. The Bulldogs fast-paced offense worked the way it should, except layups went begging more GIRLS: continued from Page A9 six times and made four to tie the Braves at 40. She then got a layup, Ramirez hit a 3, took a charge from Toure then Edmiston hit a two and just like that the Bulldogs were up 47-40. The lead ballooned to as many as 12 in the fourth quarter, but the shot clock in Washington began to cause some havoc. Herm- iston couldn’t get good shots at the end of the clocks and either turned during football season. The athletic left-handed sopho- more had two and-ones in the second half when he ex- ploded around his defender off the bounce and got to the hoop for layups. James provided the spark for Hermiston off the bench in the ¿rst half, making two 3-pointers in the ¿rst quarter to put Hermiston the closest it would ever be at 12-11. His 10 ¿rst-quarter points led all scorers, and his 1 ¿rst-half points did the same. But Kamiakin pulled away easily in the second it over or forced bad shots, leading to runouts and easy Braves bas- kets. “We’re used to getting a 12-point lead and used to running the clock out and having people chase you and shoot free throws. You can’t do that in Washington,” Hoffert said. “The let up was: we ran 2 seconds off the clock and ‘Oh no, what are we gonna do?’” The -43 Bulldog lead turned into a 62-61 lead after Alexa Ha- zel took over. She started slashing to the basket and making tough half. Bailey got hot from 3 and Brimmer’s athleticism and touch around the basket took a 14-point halftime lead and turned it into a 2-point lead after three quarters. Ego praised the effort of James and Dayshawn Neal, especially at the defensive end, and was frustrated his team didn’t make more shots. “Chance Flores is probably as good a shooter as we have,” he said, “he just couldn’t put it in the basket.” Ego stressed, though, the attitude he wants to see. “I think if we get our layups, gradually bringing back the Braves. It was her layup to cut Hermiston’s lead to one, and her foul that sent Ramirez to the line with a chance to make it a three- point game with a handful of sec- onds left. She made one of two, and a Braves turnover all but sealed it. Ramirez was fouled after her steal and again made one of two, leav- ing the door cracked for Toure to send the game to overtime. Her three, which was a good look from just right of the circle, hit glass and went halfway down before spin- heads up, get our chins up — we have too much a ten- dency to hang our heads,” he said. “We’ve got to change that. The culture, the atti- tudes have to change before the basketball game gets bet- ter.” ——— KAM (1-0) 20 22 21 22 — 85 HER (0-1) 15 13 10 21 — 59 Kamiakin — Koby Bailey 20, Garrett Paxton 11, Champ Grayson 0, Hayden Nelson 14, Isaiah Brimmer 24 Tanner Hill 5, Dwayne Kensey 0, Scott Larson 5, Parker Robe 4, Cooper Ellison 1. Hermiston — Chance Flores 11, Dayshawn Neal 10, Hunter Walls 3, Austin Naillon 8, Tre Neal 5, Brok Palmer 1, Preston Pederson 0, Andrew James 21, Javier Garcia 0, Thomas McCullough 0. ning out, sending Hermiston south with a win. “It’s the ¿rst game, of course it’s gonna be rough a little bit,” Juul said. “But we pulled it through. It was good for a ¿rst performance.” KAM (0-1) 18 7 16 20 — 61 HER (1-0) 14 12 21 17 — 64 Kamiakin — Kiley Larsen 10, Symone Brown 7, Kendyl Holle 5, Alexa Hazel 17, Oumou Toure 16, Samantha Westermeyer 0, Jayden Williams 2, Lexi Brown 0, Rylie Clark 4, Alexus Mercado 0. Hermiston — Jansen Edmiston 23, Kynzee Padilla 2, Sara Ramirez 11, Maddy Juul 15, Rileigh Andreason 11, Shaelyn Gilbert 2, Hayden Meyers 0, Regan Mey- ers 0, Kiana Heehn 0, Jordan Thomas 0. PREP ROUNDUP Boys Basketball STANFIELD 46, SOUTH WAS- CO 41 — The Tigers trailed 24-18 at halftime, but outscored South Wasco 20-10 in the third quarter to grab the lead and held on till the ¿nal horn sounded. “We played really good defense,” said Tigers coach Victor Baros. “It was a back-and-forth 4th quarter and we pulled away with our free throws.” Dylan Grogan had a strong game for Stan¿eld, netting a team-high 1 points. ——— SHS (2-0) 6 12 20 8 — 46 SWC (1-1) 12 12 10 7 — 41 STANFIELD — Dylan Grogan 15, Brody Woods 6, Antonio Flores 5, Ryan Bailey 5, Jesus Carrillo 5, Alex Nunez 3, Jose Garcia 4, Dakota Brooks 2, Enoel Angel 2, Tyler Monkus 1 SOUTH WASCO — Ellis Rager 15, Travis Hayes 10, Brody Myers 7, Devan Dammann 5, Ty Herlocker 4 3-pointers — SHS 2, SW 0. Free throws — SHS 10-21, SW 11-31. Fouls — SHS 20, SW 17. Fouled out: Grogan (SHS) CONDON/WHEELER 41, ECHO 39 — At Fossil, the Condon/ Wheeler Knights pulled out a close victory over Echo on Saturday at the Paul Humphreys Tournament. No details were reported. Condon/Wheeler (1-1) next hosts McKenzie on Friday at 7:30 p.m. for the Condon Christmas Tournament. Echo (0-2) travels to Columbia ——— C/W (1-1) 7 11 16 7 — 41 EHS (0-2) 9 12 9 9 — 39 CONDON/WHEELER — Cade Machines 23, Bryce Harrison 8, Jerod Wright 4, Jose Cortes 4, Trey Homer 2. ECHO — Michael Thompson 16, Carlos chavez 13, Devan Craig 6, Ty Mulder 2, Brock Mofﬁt 2. 3-pointers — C/W 7, EHS 1. Free throws — C/W 4-5, EHS 2-4. Fouls — C/W 5, EHS 11. UMATILLA 1, ELGIN 3 — The Umatilla Vikings won the Elgin Lions Club Kick-off Tournament Saturday with a 1-3 win over the host Huskies. Juan Coria led the way for the Vi- kings with 1 points on -6 shooting from deep. Kaden Webb added 14 points and three assists, and Justin Maret had four rebounds. Umatilla had Must 2 boards as a team. STANFIELD 74, TRIAD 7 — At Maupin, Dylan Grogan scored 23 points and the Tigers only allowed 23 points on defense in the second half to pull away from Triad in their season opener on Friday at the John Howey Memorial Tournament. Tony Flores added 13 points and Ryan Bailey had eight for Stan¿eld (1-0), which led 39-34 at halftime. Alex Holland scored 2 points to lead Triad (0-1). Girls Basketball UMATILLA 4, PINE EAGLE 14 — After its season opener was canceled Wednesday, the Umatilla girls basketball team didn’t miss a beat Friday, dominating the 1A Pine Eagle Spartans 4-14 in Pine Eagle. The Spartans (0-1) didn’t score in the third quarter as Umatilla (1-0) scored 17, and the Vikings outscored Pine Eagle 21-3 in the second quarter. Aleesha Watson led all scor- ers with 14 points on 6-9 shooting and made one of two from three- point rangee. She also added ¿ve rebounds — four of which were offensive — and six steals. Mari Paz added 11 points , ¿ve assists, four rebounds and three steals, and Courtney Dohman had 10 points, nine rebounds and two blocks. ——— PIN (0-1) 6 3 0 5 — 14 UMA (1-0) 9 21 17 7 — 54 Umatilla — Judy Contreras 9, Mari Paz 11, Lauryn Jurnot 0, Taija Coffey 2, Charlene Alvarez 4, Brenda Journot 0, Taija Coffey 2, Charlene Alvarez 4, Brenda Campos 4, Sidney Webb 0, Gabby Lemus 0, Courtney Dohman 10, Aleesha Watson 12. SPORTS CALENDAR Friday, December 11 Boys basketball Hermiston @ Southridge (WA), 5:45 p.m. Umatilla vs. Union, 7 p.m. Stanﬁeld vs. Amity @ Umatil- la, 1:30 p.m. Girls Basketball Hermiston @ Southridge (WA), 7:30 p.m. Umatilla vs. Union, 5:30 p.m. Stanﬁeld vs. Amity @ Uma- tilla, noon Wrestling Echo @ Nyssa Tournament, TBD Saturday, December 12 Boys basketball Hermiston @ Hillsboro Union, 7:15 p.m. Stanﬁeld vs. Union @ Umatil- la, 4:30 p.m. Echo @ Cove, 7:30 p.m. Girls Basketball Hermiston vs. Hillsboro Union @ ALMS, 5 p.m. Stanﬁeld vs. Union @ Uma- tilla, 3 p.m. Echo @ Cove, 6 p.m. Swimming Hermiston @ Baker, noon Wrestling Hermiston vs. Caldwell Campos 4, Sidney Webb 0, Gabby Lemus 0, Courtney Dohman 10, Aleesha Watson 14. STANFIELD 47, SOUTH WAS- CO 26 — At Maupin, the Stan¿eld Tigers rolled to their second win of the season, defeating South Wasco 47-26 at the John Howey Memorial Tournament. Stan¿eld held a 2-13 lead at halftime, and kept the pedal to the Àoor in the second half to secure the victory. Natalia Esquivel led the Ti- gers with 12 points and Cynthia Cu- riel was right behind with 11 points. ——— SHS (2-0) SWC (1-1) 11 14 6 7 9 7 13 — 47 6 — 26 STANFIELD — Natalia Esquivel 12, Cynthia Curiel 11, Yazzmin Chavez 7, Bailey Watson 5, Cassidy Hopper 5, Shyanne Connell 4, Maddie Grifﬁn 3, Melissa Banderas 2, Brittin Braithwaite 1. SOUTH WASCO — Jada Myers 7, Ally Muhleman 4, Allie Noland 4, Kiana Moody 3, Abby Birman 2, Cassie Davis 2, Madisen Davis 2. Free throws — SHS 11-22, SWC 8-14. Fouls — SHS 16, SWC 17 CONDON/WHEELER 36, ECHO 32 — At Fossil, the Condon/ Wheeler Knights defeated the Echo Cougars on Saturday at the Paul Humphreys Tournament by a score of 36-32. Emma Logan led Condon/ Wheeler with 1 points and 13 re- bounds on 4-10 shooting and drilled Senior, Deer Park, Post Falls, 10:30 p.m. Monday, December 14 Boys basketball Stanﬁeld vs. Nixyaawii, 7 p.m. Echo @ Arlington, 6:30 p.m. Girls Basketball Stanﬁeld vs. Nixyaawii, 5:30 p.m. Echo @ Arlington, 5 p.m. Tuesday, December 15 Boys basketball Umatilla vs. Pilot Rock, 7:30 p.m. Girls Basketball Umatilla vs. Pilot Rock, 6 p.m. 7-9 from the free throw line to pro- pel the Knights to the win. Kelsey Ranger netted 12 points for Echo to lead the scoring. Condon/Wheeler next hosts McKenzie on Friday at 6 p.m. for the Condon Christmas Tournament. Echo next travels to Columbia Christian on ——— C/W (2-0) 17 19 0 6 — 36 EHS (0-2) 6 26 0 12 — 32 CONDON/WHEELER — Emma Logan 15, Annika Rietman 8, Brooke Dyerr 6, Piper Jamieson 3, Ashley Terland 2, Apryl Ramsey 2. ECHO — Kelsey Ranger 12, Hannah McCarty 8, Lizzi Cox 4, Taylor Swaggart 3, Erika Parks 3, Bethanie Milbrot 2. 3-pointers — C/W 0, EHS 3. Free throws — C/W 8-13, EHS 3-9. Fouls — C/W 9, EHS 15. UMATILLA 0, ELGIN 21 — At Elgin, the Umatilla Vikings breezed to their second win of the season against Elgin on Saturday, earning a 0-21 win at the Elgin Li- ons Tournament. Aleesha Watson led the Vikings in scoring with 1 points, though she shot Must 6-17 from the Àoor and 1- from 3-point range. Courtney Dohman pitched in 11 points and nine rebounds, and Judy Contreras tallied seven assists and seven steals. ——— ELG (1-1) 6 3 0 5 — 21 UMA (2-0) 9 21 17 7 — 50 ELGIN — H. Tanakn 14 UMATILLA — Judy Contreras 5, Mari Paz 11, Lauryn STANFIELD 6, TRIAD 24 — At Maupin, Bailey Watson scored 12 points to lead the Tigers to a sea- son-opening win at the John Howey Memorial Tournament. Natalia Esquivel added nine points and Yazzmin Chavez had eight, and Stan¿eld led 27-12 at halftime. Madison McCuiston led Triad (0-1) with 10 points. ——— SHS (1-0) 10 17 19 10 — 56 THS (0-1) 3 9 5 7 — 24 STANFIELD — Bailey Watson 12, N. Esquivel 9, Y. Chavez 8, C. Curiel 7, B. Braithwaite 6, S. Connell 6, M. Grifﬁn 2, M. Banderas 2, A. Carrillo 2, C. Hopper 2. TRIAD — Madison McCuiston 10, T. Decker 8, R. Holland 4, S. McCuiston 2. 3-pointers — SHS 4, THS 3. Free throws — SHS 2-6, THS 7-15. Fouls — SHS 20, THS 6. MONUMENT/DAYVILLE 34, ECHO 32 — At Fossil, the Cougars came up just short in their season opener on Friday at the Paul Hum- phreys Tournament. Kelsey Ranger scored 11 points to go with six rebounds and Devyn Tarvin added 10 points and six steals to lead Echo (0-1), which ¿nished with 21 teams steals but shot just 23.9 percent from the ¿eld. Monument/Dayville (1-0) turned the ball over 34 times, but shot 4.1 percent from the ¿eld to make up the difference. Ravyn Walker led them with 10 points and Danielle Rhonda had 10 rebounds. ——— M/D (1-0) 8 12 6 8 — 34 EHS (0-1) 6 11 6 9 — 32 MONUMENT/DAYVILLE — Ravyn Walker 10, K. Hettin- ga 7, E. Hettinga 5, D. Rhonda 5, S. Powell 3, K. Emerson 2, H. Flower 2, S. Pettit, F. 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