Sports

Tue
05
Jan

Tuesday’s tales from the hardwood

Lady Dragon Ambria Roberson moves the ball inside the arc in the Jan. 5 win over Natoma in Wilson. I/R photo by Mark McCoy.

WILSON — The Wilson Dragons came back from a double-digit deficit in the second quarter to beat a good Natoma Tiger team, 47-38, in a Northern Plains League game at the Dragon Den.

 

The Lady Dragons and Lady Tigers battled in an enthusiastic game of basketball, with a determined Wilson team winning by a score of 46-42.

 

Tue
05
Jan

Tuesday’s tales from the hardwood

Lady Dragon Ambria Roberson moves the ball inside the arc in the Jan. 5 win over Natoma in Wilson. I/R photo by Mark McCoy.

WILSON — The Wilson Dragons came back from a double-digit deficit in the second quarter to beat a good Natoma Tiger team, 47-38, in a Northern Plains League game at the Dragon Den.

 

The Lady Dragons and Lady Tigers battled in an enthusiastic game of basketball, with a determined Wilson team winning by a score of 46-42.

 

Wed
30
Dec

EHS and CPHS all-tournament team honors

Lady Bearcat Kolby Davis was named to the Dec. 7-12 Amos Morris-George Stephens Basketball Classic 2015 all-tournament basketball team.
 
Wed
30
Dec

Dragons place two on all-district team

Wilson senior Jordyn Steinike (22), left, was placed on the 8-man Division II District 2 all-district team as running back and linebacker.
 
Wed
23
Dec

Lady Leopards escape with win over Wilson Lady Dragons

BY Mark McCoy
Ellsworth County I-R
 
Wed
23
Dec

Oilers defeat St. John-Hudson Tigers

BY Mark McCoy
Ellsworth County I-R
 
Fri
18
Dec

Friday’s roundball roundup

Wilson’s Katie Hoch prepares to take a shot in the Dec. 18 loss to Lincoln in Wilson. I/R photo by Mark McCoy

Tough night for Ellsworth County basketball teams

 

WILSON  — The Lady Leopards of Lincoln eked by the Lady Dragons 38-36 in the final second of the game with charity shots. The Lady Dragons looked impressive in the first quarter, but Lincoln made the rebounds and converted the turnovers into points in the second to close the gap.

Wed
16
Dec
Wed
16
Dec

Tuesday’s tales from the hardwood

Point guard Michael Ryan grins at the Oilers’ bench as the final second ticks off the clock for the win against defending 2A State champion St. John-Hudson Tuesday in St. John.

OILERS DEFEAT ST. JOHN-HUDSON

ST.JOHN — The formerly second-ranked 2A Central Plains Oilers defeated the defending two-time 2A State champion Tigers of St. John Hudson 55-48.

Like all Oilers versus Tiger battles for the past four years, it was an exciting and top-notch game of basketball. Only the Tigers and 6A Derby have defeated Central Plains in the past three seasons.

The O-men ended the Tigers’ 63-game winning streak — a new state record just set after St. John-Hudson’s early season tournament victory.

The top-ranked defending two-time 2A State champion 2A Lady Oilers returned to their well-oiled-scoring-machine mode against the Lady Tigers in the devastating 46-15 win over St. John-Hudson.

St. John scored four points in the first half and didn’t get into double-digits until the fourth quarter. The Lady O’s simply scored at will.

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