Last league games at home vs. Weston McEwen Outlaws girls advance to District 3rd in League – Boys finish season with a three point loss

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FINAL RESULT Ladies: JV 41-21 (W) Varsity 50-30 (W)

FINAL RESULT Boys: JV 38-43 (L) Varsity54-57 (L)

The Enterprise Outlaws Varsity teams faced the Weston McEwen TigerScots for their last 2A- Blue Mountain Conference games on Saturday, 11. 
The Outlaws ladies entered the playing field with a record of 6-3 while the Weston McEwen TigerScots held on to 2-7.  The first quarter ended in an 8-8 tie. Going into the second quarter the Outlaws scored changed their game strategies scoring 15 points while the TigerScots scored only two points for a halftime score of 23-10 in favor of the Outlaws. The game slowed down a little during the third quarter for the Outlaws ladies scoring seven and the TigerScots gaining another ten points  (30-20). The game was decisively controlled by the home team during the fourth quarter. The Outlaws increased their lead steadily finishing their game with a win of 50-30 over the TigerScots ladies and a league record of  7-3. They will continue on to the 2a-Blue Mountain Conference District Tournament facing off with Stanfield who enter the contest with a record of 10-2.

The Outlaws boys faced another grueling contest. The TigerScots boys entered the game with a 4-7 record while the Outlaws showed 2-10. The first quarter went to the Tigerscots with a two-point lead (14-16). The Outlaws picked up their game during the second quarter gaining 10 points while the TigerScots brought in eight going into halftime tied at 24-24. Coming out of halftime, the TigerScots had no intentions of slowing down. When the buzzer went off at the end of the 3rd, the Outlaws had scored 10 while the Tigerscots earned themselves another 17 points (34-41).
Being behind by 10 points at the beginning of the 4th quarter the Outlaws fought until the very last second to win the game. In the end, the Weston McEwen TigerScots boys prevailed with a final score of 54-57 heading into the 2A-Blue Mountain Conference District Tournament with a final regular league record of 5-7. 

Girls

  • 1st quarter:  14-16
  • 2nd quarter:  24-24
  • 3rd quarter: 34-41
  • Final Score:  54-57

Boys

  • 1st quarter:  8-8
  • 2nd quarter: 23-10
  • 3rd quarter: 30-20
  • Final Score:  50-30

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The JV teams who started out the afternoon finished their season with a win for the Outlaws ladies (41-21) and a loss for the Outlaws boys (38-43). 

GIRLS 2A-6 Blue Mountain Conference as of Feb 12, 2022

2A-6 Blue Mountain ConferenceLeagueOverallPoints ScoredAllowedOSAA Ranking
Union11-120-311586764
Stanfield10-220-410546158
Enterprise9-314-9100990612
Grant Union5-78-1478095323
Heppner4-89-1268080727
Weston-McEwen2-109-1565185630
Pilot Rock1-115-19707101938

2A-6 Blue Mountain Conference as of Feb. 12 ,2022

2A-6 Blue Mountain ConferenceLeagueOverallPoints ScoredAllowedOSAA Ranking
Heppner11-119-3138292310
Stanfield10-216-91408135517
Union8-414-91188109316
Weston-McEwen5-711-111153109429
Pilot Rock3-96-171121133135
Grant Union3-94-18982125739
Enterprise2-104-18955122340

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ANGELIKA URSULA DIETRICH, owner and publisher of Wild Horses Thunder and Wild Horses Media Productions, is a professional Photographer, Videographer, Publisher, Writer, Social Media Consultant, and Website Developer. Angelika's photography work has been displayed on the front cover of Idaho Magazine (2022), the Nimiipuu Tribal Tribune, Cowboy Lifestyle Network (2021), Cowboys & Indians (2016 & 2018), and in various Oregon and Washington entertainment and vacation publications, Chief Joseph Days Rodeo Program and website (2012-2020), at Art Gallery Festivals, private businesses, as well as for display advertisement for many clients in and out of Wallowa County including the Wallowa County Chieftain (2003-2007). Between 2007 and 2009, Angelika worked in radio as the news and sports director for owners Lee and Carol Lee Perkins at KWVR Radio in Enterprise, Oregon. After the station was sold, she created Wallowa Valley Online, an independent online news magazine publishing and writing news and engaging in photojournalism. After ten years of Wallowa Valley Online, Angelika decided to concentrate on her professional photography, write more human interest stories, and volunteer at the Nez Perce Wallowa Homeland. Regarding my writing: "As a grandchild of post-war Europe (ethnic ancestry Bohemian/Austrian/German) and former Army spouse, I have lived and visited many places across the globe. Wallowa County, Oregon, has been my home since 2002. I am the daughter of a mom whose country violently vanished post-WWII. Her family was forcefully removed from Bohemia in 1946 when she was only six years young and sent to West Germany in cattle wagons. Her life story has tremendously impacted my own and formed my views on humanity and, at times, the lack thereof. My formal college education is in the nursing field and psychology, which finds itself in my work as a writer and photographer. I am a humanitarian by heart and soul." ~Angelika Ursula Dietrich

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