HEPPNER 57, PILOT ROCK 41 — At Pilot Rock, the Mustangs built a large lead by halftime and were able to make it stick when the Rockets surged after the break.

Heppner (15-1, 5-0 CBC) led 28-11 headed into the locker rooms in their Columbia Basin Conference game, and held Pilot Rock (7-12, 1-4) off with a 32-18 advantage on the glass and 43 percent field goal shooting for the game.

Weston Putman and C.J. Kindle paced Heppner with 16 points each and Patrick Collins added 10 points and eight rebounds.

Tracker Denny and Gunner McCall each scored nine to lead Pilot Rock, which shot 36 percent for the game. Chris Weinke added five points, six rebounds, four assists and three steals.

Both teams are off for a week with Pilot Rock hosting Stanfield and Heppner hosting Irrigon next Friday.

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HHS (15-1, 5-0) 14 14 17 12 — 57

PR (7-12, 1-4) 5 6 15 15 — 41

HEPPNER — W. Putman 16, C. Kindle 16, P. Collins 10, L. Grieb 9, C. Hedman 6, J. Lindsay, K. Clark, K. Murray, K. Currin. (19-44)

PILOT ROCK — T. Denny 9, G. McCall 9, B. Pierce 7, I. Winter 6, C. Weinke 5, B. Postma 2, R. Lankford 2, D. Hasher 1, P. Roe. (18-50)

3-pointers — HHS 2-11, PR 2-12. Free throws — HHS 17-23, PR 3-6. Fouls — HHS 10, PR 15.

STANFIELD 67, WESTON-MCEWEN 51 — At Stanfield, the Tigers’ full-court press eventually got the better of the TigerScots and Stanfield pulled away with a 17-8 run in the third quarter on Friday in Columbia Basin Conference action.

Dylan Grogan paced all scorers with 21 points for Stanfield (12-3, 4-1 CBC) and every player that entered the game scored at least one basket.

Brett Speed netted 16 to lead Weston-McEwen (6-9, 2-3), which was able to give Stanfield trouble with tough man defense according to Tigers coach Victor Baros.

Both teams take a break for league play on Tuesday with Stanfield traveling to Sherman and Weston-McEwen playing at Mac-Hi.

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W-M (6-9, 2-3) 11 12 8 20 — 51

SHS (12-3, 4-1) 19 16 17 15 — 67

WESTON-MCEWEN — B. Speed 16, S. Broncheau 9, S. Mikesell 7, K. Rodriguez 5, X. Bailey 5, K. Scott 5, J. Patrick 4, E. Reger, J. West, A. Finifrock.

STANFIELD — D. Grogan 21, J. Carrillo 9, B. Woods 9, R. Bailey 8, T. Monkus 8, T. Flores 5, L. Moreno 3, J. Garcia 2, A. Nunez 2.

3-pointers — W-M 5, SHS 4. Free throws — W-M 10-15, SHS 19-27. Fouls — W-M 18, SHS 14. Fouled out — S. Mikesell (W-M), B. Woods (SHS).

PINE EAGLE 60, HELIX 51 — At Helix, the Grizzlies could not hold a halftime lead on Friday night as Pine Eagle rode a big second half from Nathan McCall to earn the victory.

Helix (2-14, 0-6 OOL) led Pine Eagle 25-24 at halftime, but came out a little flat in the third quarter offensively. And for Pine Eagle, McCall scored 15 of his game-high 31 points in the quarter to put the Grizzlies behind.

Helix tried to make a comeback in the fourth quarter, but Pine Eagle hung on in the end.

Justin Williams had a solid game for Helix, scoring a team-high 24 points and grabbing 10 rebounds — seven offensive.

Helix next plays today at Echo at 5:30 p.m.

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PECS (2-12, 1-5) 9 15 24 12 — 60

GHS (2-14, 0-6) 14 11 13 13 — 51

PINE EAGLE — N. McCall 31, C. Marks 17, L. Seggerman 6, N. Seggerman 2, C. Waker 2, T. Gulick 2.

HELIX — J. Williams 24, J. Shaw 12, B. Cope 7, T. Fehrenbacker 6, T. Wilson 2.

3-pointers — PECS 3, GHS 2. Free throws — PECS 13-25, GHS 9-15. Fouls — PECS 18, GHS 19. Fouled out — N. McCall (PECS).

NIXYAAWII 68, JOSEPH 49 — At Joseph, the Nixyaawii Golden Eagles extended its season-high win streak to 10 games with a win over Joseph on Friday night.

No details were reported.

Nixyaawii (16-1, 6-0 OOL) next plays at Wallowa today at 5:30 p.m.

Irrigon 68, CULVER 24 — At Culver, the Irrigon Knights got back on the winning track with a blowout win over Culver on Friday night.

No details were reported.

Irrigon (12-5, 3-2 CBC) next plays next Friday at Heppner at 6 p.m.

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