In sports briefs from Thursday, the French Open schedule is pushed back a week due to the coronavirus pandemic, and Paul George's 33 points lead the Clippers past the Suns in a matchup of two of the Western Conference's top teams.
Weston-McEwen's girls tennis team took a 4-1 victory over Stanfield here on Tuesday, April 20.
The Weston-McEwen High School softball team lost both end of a Friday softball doubleheader to visiting Union/Cove.
Weston-McEwen's high school tennis team came away with a split Thursday at Umatilla.
Jacqlyn Albert won her singles match for Weston-McEwen, but Riverside took everything else to hand the TigerScots a 3-1 loss in their high school girls tennis meet here Wednesday in Athena.
LeBraun Albert took his singles match 8-3, and then joined Weston-McEwen High School teammate Wyatt Smith for an 8-4 doubles victory Tuesday in Athena.
Weston-McEwen handed Umatilla a 20-7 loss in the second football game of a shortened season on March 11. On Friday night, April 9, the Vikings turned the table on the TigerScots with a 28-0 victory on W-M's football field.
Weston-McEwen's Alex McIntyre placed sixth in the boys 5,000-meter run Friday in Heppner.
McLoughlin High went to Weston-McEwen on Friday night, April 2, to square off in a football game featuring a lot of players that know one another. The TigerScots weren't very hospitable hosts, though, as they jumped out to a 26-0 halftime lead and sent the Pioneers home with a 38-12 loss.
Two undefeated teams out of Special District 5 faced off here on Saturday night, March 27, with defending Class 2A champion Heppner remaining unbeaten with a 41-0 victory over Weston-McEwen.
Weston-McEwen fans hit the stands at 15 percent capacity for the first time this season, and those that couldn't sit inside surrounded the field to watch the TigerScots improve to 3-0 with a 33-6 victory over Riverside on a sunny Friday afternoon on March 19.
Weston-McEwen's football team made its return to the gridiron with a 19-8 Special District 6-2A victory over Stanfield.
The Weston-McEwen football program enjoyed a run of success between 2008 and 2011 that many could envy upon deep examination.
HEPPNER, Ore.— The Weston-McEwen girls put together late half surges to make Heppner uneasy in their Blue Mountain Conference basketball matchup here Friday, but the Mustangs stayed ahead to win 41-33.
HEPPNER, Ore.— Theo White capped the Weston-McEwen boys basketball season with another big night, a double-double in Blue Mountain Conference action here Friday with 15 points and 13 rebounds, but that was in a losing effort.
ATHENA —Theo White led all scorers here on Saturday with 19 points for Weston-McEwen, but the TigerScots came away with their fifth straight loss as first-place Grant Union handed when a 69-47 pounding in Blue Mountain Conference boys basketball action.
ATHENA — The Weston-McEwen girls played a much tougher basketball game than the first time they faced Grant Union on Saturday and set themselves up for an overtime thriller with a last-gasp triple attempt.
ATHENA — The Weston-McEwen boys basketball team wrapped up its five-game road streak and played its first home game in almost three weeks as the TigerScots took on Stanfield and Enterprise.
ENTERPRISE, Ore. — Weston-McEwen boys nearly squandered a 13-point lead in the final four minutes here Tuesday night, but they held on for a 49-47 victory over Blue Mountain Conference foe Enterprise.
JOHN DAY, Ore. — The Weston-McEwen High School girls basketball team went to John Day, Ore., to face Grant Union, but the TigerScots did not have the day that they wanted as they lost 42-16.
ATHENA — The Weston-McEwen High School girls basketball team hosted the top team in the 2A Blue Mountain league Stanfield on Saturday, and Stanfield came out on top 55-29.
IMBLER, Ore.— The Weston-McEwen girls basketball team got back into action on Friday and Saturday as they hosted league opponent Heppner then went to Imbler for a non-league game.
PENDLETON — The Weston-McEwen boys basketball team went to Pendleton on Friday and Saturday for a 2A preview weekend. They faced Gervais and Myrtle Point on Friday then Saturday.
PENDLETON — Weston-McEwen High School's girls basketball team went to Pendleton to play in the 2A preview weekend on Friday and Saturday.
MT. ANGEL, Ore. — Weston-McEwen's girls basketball team traveled to the west side of the state for the Kennedy Tournament here on Friday and Saturday, and came home with a pair of losses but some valuable learning experiences, coach Jeff Griggs said.
ATHENA — Weston-McEwen broke into the win column here Saturday in non-conference girls basketball action. The TigerScots held Gaston to 11 first half points and went to intermission with an insurmountable 31-11 lead. The TigerScots went on to post their first win of the year with a 55-26 victory.
ATHENA — A desperate fourth-quarter comeback fell just short here Saturday in non-conference boys basketball action. Weston-McEwen out scored Gaston 19-12 over the last eight minutes, but it wasn't enough as the Greyhounds held on for a 51-49 win.
REDMOND, Ore.— On Friday, Weston-McEwen's prep volleyball team started its state tournament with a tall task in front of them.
ATHENA — Visiting Union reaffirmed its status as the class of the Blue Mountain Conference here Thursday night and left Weston-McEwen in a possible second-place volleyball quagmire in the process.
ATHENA — Heppner managed to even things up with Weston-McEwen’s prep volleyball team after the second set of a pivotal Blue Mountain Conference match here on Tuesday, but the TigerScots prevailed 25-21, 16-25, 25-21, 25-18.
JOHN DAY, Ore. — The Blue Mountain Conference volleyball race got a little bit more cloudy in BMC volleyball action here Saturday.