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.
PILOT ROCK, Ore. — A rejuvenated Weston-McEwen prep volleyball team found itself in second place after a busy Thursday night in the Blue Mountain Conference.
ATHENA — Already staggering midway in the latter half of a busy prep volleyball season, Weston-McEwen gulped as Enterprise kept itself alive with a victory in their third set.
HEPPNER, Ore. — After winning two of the first three sets, Weston-McEwen had Heppner on the ropes here Tuesday leading 24-21 in what could have been a decisive fourth set in a Blue Mountain Conference prep volleyball match.
ATHENA — Cloe Davis recorded six kills, leading Weston-McEwen to a 3-0 victory over Pilot Rock here on Thursday in its first Blue Mountain Conference match of the prep volleyball season.
HALSEY, Ore. — The Kenzie Hansel second act as Weston-McEwen football coach got off to a rousing start here Friday in non-conference football action.
ATHENA — State runner-up a year ago, powerhouse Powder Valley handed Weston-McEwen’s volleyball team its first loss this season, taking their match in straight sets, 26-24, 25-10 and 25-19, here on Thursday.
ATHENA — Weston-McEwen ran its winning streak to eight in a row here Saturday in Special District 6 softball action.
ATHENA — No lead was safe, no matter how big or how late.
STANFIELD, Ore. — The Weston-McEwen Baseball team completed the sweep against Stanfield on Saturday beating them 8-0 in the first game and 20-5 in the second game.
ENTERPRISE, Ore. — The Weston-McEwen softball team swept its doubleheader against Enterprise on Tuesday, after scoring a total of 30 runs on the day and winning the first game, 15-3, and the second game, 15-9.
ATHENA — Blane Peal went 4-for-4 with six runs batted in for Weston-McEwen, and the TigerScots held off Union for a 16-13 victory in Special District 7 baseball action here on Tuesday.
ATHENA, Ore. — Weston-McEwen completed the sweep on Saturday against Pilot Rock beating them 5-1 in the first softball game and 19-1 in the second game.
UNION, Ore. — McKenna Stallings pitched Weston-McEwen to a sweep over Union here Friday in Special Distric 6 softball action.
ATHENA — Heppner and Weston-McEwen took turns bashing each other here Friday in Special District 7 baseball action.
ATHENA — Weston-McEwen boys and girls dominated Ione in a tennis matchup here on Thursday.
ATHENA — The Weston-McEwen tennis team hosted a match for the first time this season, and won five of six matches in the dual against Sherman County here on Monday.
JOHN DAY, Ore. — Grant Union blasted 13 hits in winning 13-7 in the opener of a Special District 6 softball doubleheader here Saturday.
JOHN DAY, Ore. — Weston-McEwen got a complete game effort from Weston Philipps on the mound in the first game, but Grant Union squeaked out a 4-2 win.
ATHENA — Picking up where rain had halted play on Friday, action started here on Tuesday with the Weston-McEwen softball team holding a 10-1 lead over Stanfield in the third inning.
STANFIELD, Ore. — After having to fight through bad weather, the Weston-McEwen softball team was able to string out a 9-1 victory over 2A Blue Mountain Conference opponent Stanfield here on Friday.
ATHENA — Jordyn Lambert hit a three-run homer for Weston-McEwen with nobody out in the bottom of the first inning to help set the stage for a 21-1 TigerScot rout of Umatilla in their non-league softball matchup here on Tuesday.
UNION, Ore. — Blane Peal went 4-for-4 with a double and a run batted in for Weston-McEwen, and also pitched two inniings of relief as the TigerScots held off Union/Cove to pick up their first win of the season with a 7-4 victory in Special District 7 baseball action here on Tuesday.