Scoring from the arc, inside the paint and at the free throw line, Caleb Arnold tallied a game-high 25 points to help Crook County High School claim the co-championship of the Intermountain Conference with a 63-59 triumph over host Redmond in the regular season finale for both boys’ squads Tuesday evening.
For his contributions, the senior earned Century 21 Relentless Player of the Game honors.
Pouring in 12 of her game-high 19 points in the fourth quarter, Dallas Hutchins helped lead Crook County High School to a 58-42 victory over host Redmond in the Intermountain Conference season finale basketball game for both teams Tuesday evening.
For her efforts, the junior guard earned Century 21 Relentless Player of the Game honors.
A fuoco! Shredding the nets with five three point field goals in the opening 12 minutes, Tony Adamo helped stake Mountain View High to a 25 point second quarter lead the Cougars would cultivate into a 67-45 victory over crosstown rival Bend Senior High in a Mountain Valley Conference boys’ basketball game in the Black Hole Friday evening.
With a game high 18 points—all in the first half—and his che bello effort, the Cougar senior earned Century 21 Relentless Player of the Game honors.
TRANSPORTATION VISION 20/20: Commuting Clarity for the New Decade
February 20, 2020
The new decade will bring major, regional developments in transportation and public transit. With considerable community input, the City of Bend is placing a bond initiative on the May ballot to fund capital projects over the decade that prioritize east-west travel, and pedestrian and bike safety. COIC’s updated Transit Master Plan, will roll out initiatives to be funded by the State’s new transit tax. Come learn how these efforts can improve your travel options across town and across the region.
- Eric King: Bend’s City Manager
- Tammy Baney: Executive Director of Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council
Brenna Visser: Bend Bulletin’s transportation and land use reporter
Taking offensive leadership with significant defensive attention accorded teammate Jacob Tompkins, Evan Scalley poured in a game-high 22 points to lead visiting Summit High to a 60-46 victory over Mountain View in a Mountain Valley Conference boys’ basketball game Tuesday night.
For his efforts, the senior earned Century 21 Relentless Player of the Game honors.
Eight different players scored but the key to the victory was the strategies and tactics developed by the head coach in visiting Bend Senior High School’s 45-20 victory over Mountain View Tuesday night in a Mountain Valley Conference girls’ basketball game.
For her leadership and designs, coach Allison Gardner earned Century 21 Relentless Player of the Game honors.
Draining four of his game-high five three point field goals in the second quarter, Kevin Sanchez pushed Crook County to a double digit advantage the visitors would not yield in a 64-37 victory over Ridgeview in an Intermountain Conference boys’ basketball game Friday night.
Finishing with a game-high 17 points, for his efforts, the junior guard earned Century 21 Relentless Player of the Game honors.