Banks Sports News
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Saturday Feb 28 | via OregonLive.com
After three previous appearances at the OSAA wrestling championships netted him just one podium finish , Gladstone senior Blake McNall is relishing the opportunity to wrestle on the tournament's biggest stage Saturday night in the Class 4A 132-pound final. "I've been wrestling since I was 5 years old, and it feels great to finally get there," said McNall, who was unseeded in the bracket despite being ranked second in his weight class by Oregon Wrestler. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 25 | via OregonLive.com
Here's a look at the top wrestlers in each Class 4A weight class in the OSAA state wrestling championships, Friday and Saturday at Veterans Memorial Coliseum: 106 pounds: Senior Cole Rohan of La Grande is back to defend his title, but he could get a stiff challenge in the quarterfinals from Henley junior Michael Bresser , who's one of the top wrestlers in this weight class but was injured for his district championship match against Marshfield 's Cole Smith . Smith is the No. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 18 | via The Forest Grove News-Times
Three weeks ago, the Braves collapsed down the stretch and allowed Astoria to rally from a five-point deficit for a 36-34 victory in both teams' Cowapa League opener. On Friday, the Braves once again built an early lead against the Fishermen, but this time they didn't let it slip away, and the end result was a 49-40 victory that kept Banks squarely in the state playoff hunt. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 17 | via Clackamas Review
The playoff hopes for the Scappoose girls took a hit on Tuesday night, as the Indians fell behind in the fourth quarter and eventually lost 50-44 at the hands of Tillamook. The final game of the regular season for Scappoose will be on Friday at Banks, where Scappoose will take on the 10th-ranked Braves in a rematch of a 44-24 loss earlier this year. Comment?
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