Century 21 Relentless Player of the Game: Coach Allison Gardner

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.

Century 21 Relentless Player of the Game: Dylan Moss

Helping push the Panthers to an early lead the visitors would not relinquish, Dylan Moss finished with a game-high 18 points to propel the Redmond High boys’ basketball team to a 56-45 victory over Ridgeview in the Intermountain Conference opener for both schools Friday night.

For his efforts, the senior post earned Century 21 Relentless Player of the Game honors.

Century 21 Relentless Player of the Game: Jenna Albrecht

Excelling on defense with timely steals and numerous rebounds and on the offensive side with opportune baskets, Jenna Albrecht scored 15 points to help lead the host Ridgeview High girls’ basketball team a 60-32 victory over cross town rival Redmond in the first Intermountain Conference game of the season on January 17.

For her varied effort, the sophomore wing earned Century 21 Relentless Player of the Game honors.

Source on the Scene: High Desert Stampede

It’s Friday, and that means it’s time for “Source on the Scene,” sponsored by Indian Head Casino. This week Central Oregon Daily’s Allison Roecker takes us to the Redmond Fair Grounds where the High Desert Stampede is underway. 
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And thanks to our “Source on the Scene” sponsor, Indian Head Casino, for giving us the time and resources to show you some of the best events and entertainment that our region has to offer every Friday night on Central Oregon Daily.

Bend Boxer Sets Sights On Olympics

The best amateur boxers in the nation are in Reno, Nevada this week competing at the “Western Elite Qualifier” and one of those boxers lives and trains right here in Central Oregon. Whitney “Hollywood” Gomez fights at 132 pounds and is trying to take another step at achieving her life long goal of representing the United States at the Olympics.