The Culver High School Wrestling team earned their 12th State championship in the last 13 years in February and added to the program’s reputation as a true wrestling dynasty in Oregon.
The one constant during the Bulldogs’ dominant run has been Coach J.D. Alley, who has been turning Culver teens into champions for nearly three decades.
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Brian Warinner’s resounding dunk culminated a furious 18-2 rally that overcame a 16 point deficit and helped lead Bend Senior High to a 45-37 triumph over host Summit in a key Mountain Valley Conference boys’ varsity basketball game Tuesday evening.
Finishing with a game-high 15 points, the senior forward earned The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors.
Scoring nine points during a 17-1 second quarter run that put the game out of reach, Kaycee Brown poured in a game-high 23 to lead visiting Bend Senior High to a 60-36 victory over Summit in a Mountain Valley Conference girls’ basketball game Tuesday night.
For her efforts propelling the Lava Bears to their 10th win in 13 league games, the junior forward earned The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors.
Sinking all 10 free throws in the fourth quarter, Chase McClain lit the nets for a season-high 35 points to pace host Mountain View High to a thrilling 76-71 victory over Bend Tuesday evening, February 12th, in a Mountain Valley Conference boys’ basketball game.
The senior guard earned The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors.
The number one ranked 2A Culver High School Bulldogs took on the number one ranked 6A Newberg Tigers in an unconventional face off. Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom has more on today’s events.
Leading a balanced offensive attack, Dylan Moss scored a game high 16 points to help Redmond earn its third victory of the season and its first in Intermountain Conference competition, a 61-46 triumph over crosstown rival Ridgeview in a boys’ basketball game Friday evening.
For his effort, the junior received The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors.
Nailing a turnaround three point field goal that lifted Redmond to a lead the hosts would not relinquish, Ava Kitchin poured in 20 points to pace the Panthers to a 53-37 victory over crosstown rival Ridgeview in the Intermountain Conference girls’ basketball opener for both schools Friday evening.
Kitchin’s only trey of the game sparked a 24-5 run by Redmond and help the senior center earn The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors. The victory was only the Panthers’ second in the last 15 matches with the Ravens.