Schedule for Saturday, Feb. 18 (Championship Day!)

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Girls Basketball

  • Enterprise versus Stanfield (2A Blue Mountain Conference), 6 pm (Championship game – Outlaws take on the Tigers for the title)
  • Heppner versus Weston-McEwen (2A Blue Mountain Conference), 1 pm (Consolation championship – winner will be hoping for an at-large bid to the state tournament)
  • Riverside versus Burns (3A Eastern Oregon League), 11 am (Consolation title – winner will pack a bag for a trip to state)
  • Vale versus Nyssa (3A Eastern Oregon League), 3:30 pm (Championship game – Bulldogs need to beat Vikings for a third time to claim the title)
  • Lakeview versus Sutherlin (3A Far West League), 1 pm (Championship game – Sutherlin took the season meeting of these two, 52-41 on Jan. 28)
  • La Grande versus Baker (4A Greater Oregon League), 7 pm (Championship game – Tigers and Bulldogs go at it again for the GOL title)
  • Ione/Arlington versus South Wasco County (1A Big Sky League), 2 pm (Consolation title – Big Sky sends four teams to the state tournament so both these teams are state bound)
  • Sherman versus Trout Lake (1A Big Sky League), 4 pm (Championship game – Mustangs had no problems with the Huskies earlier in the season, winning 54-33 on Jan. 27)
  • Huntington versus Dayville/Monument (1A High Desert League), 8 am
  • Jordan Valley versus Adrian (1A High Desert League), 11 am (Consolation title – both teams will qualify for a state run)
  • Crane versus Prairie City (1A High Desert League), 4 pm (Championship game – expect a good one here as the Mustangs escaped with a 52-50 win on Feb. 2)
  • Powder Valley versus Union (1A Old Oregon League), 11 am (Consolation title – the last time these two met, the victory went to the Badgers by a single point)
  • Nixyaawii versus Echo (1A Old Oregon League), 3 pm (Championship game – these two split their games during the season)


Boys Basketball

  • Heppner versus Stanfield (2A Blue Mountain Conference), 7:45 pm (Championship game – Mustangs take on the Tigers for the first seed to state tournament)
  • Weston-McEwen versus Grant Union (2A Blue Mountain Conference), 2:45 pm (Consolation title – TigerScots and Prospectors split in the regular season with a combined total of four points separating in the two games)
  • Umatilla versus Nyssa (3A Eastern Oregon League) (Consolation title – winner picks up a berth to the state tournament)
  • Vale versus Burns (3A Eastern Oregon League), 5 pm (Championship game – the Hilanders need to beat the Vikings for a third time this year to take home the title)
  • Pendleton versus Baker (4A Greater Oregon League), 8:30 pm (Championship game – Bulldogs have ruled the league this year and go for third win over Buckaroos)
  • Sherman versus Ione/Arlington (1A Big Sky League), noon (Consolation title – Cardinals hold the advantage in both previous games this season)
  • Spray/Mitchell/Wheeler versus South Wasco County (1A Big Sky League), 6 pm (Championship game – Rattlers take on a top 5 team state team for the title)
  • Jordan Valley versus Monument/Dayville (1A High Desert League), 9:45 am
  • Prairie City versus Four Rivers (1A High Desert League), 12:45 pm (Consolation title – Falcons made an impressive run last weeks of the season, looking to end year on good note)
  • Adrian versus Crane (1A High Desert League), 5:45 pm (Championship game – Lopes and Mustangs again-Crane still the top ranked team in the state)
  • Imbler versus Union (1A Old Oregon League), 12:30 pm (Consolation title – Bobcats won the lone meeting of these two way back on Dec. 15)
  • Cove versus Nixyaawii (1A Old Oregon League), 4:30 pm (Championship game – Golden Eagles riding a 13-game win streak coming into this one)


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