Published: 1/2/2013 1:25:28 PM
It didn’t matter that the Molalla Indians had to forfeit five of the 13 weight classes Friday night when Molalla took on the Rex Putnam Kingsmen. That’s because they won seven of the other eight weight divisions.
Published: 1/2/2013 1:39:27 PM
Ryan Potter scored 32 points to lead the Molalla Indians to a 63-60 first round victory over North Eugene in the South Coast Holiday Basketball Tournament Thursday night.
Published: 1/2/2013 1:44:44 PM
Molalla took to the road Thursday and Friday, as they traveled to the Regis Holiday Tournament.Thursday, the Indians lost a close 42-37 game against 2A 13th-ranked Stanfield, before knocking off Pleasant Hill 53-32 on Friday.
Published: 1/9/2013 1:42:36 PM
When Sisters arrived to Molalla Friday night, they did so without their star player and potential future Division I player Eli Harrison.Yet even without him, the Indians (8-4) still struggled to put away the Outlaws (3-7).
Published: 1/9/2013 1:45:10 PM
On the oiled lanes of Milwaukie Bowl on Sunday, the Molalla boys “A” team rolled to a first place finish.Playing baker style scoring, which pairs up teams of five who bowl two rounds against each other with the five bowlers on each team rotating frames, the Molalla boys won by three points over the second place school.
Published: 1/9/2013 1:59:14 PM
Before the game, even Molalla coach Josh Crawford said he knew Taylor Nieri would be a handful. And Friday night, she proved him right, pouring in 22 points to propel the visiting Sisters Outlaws (9-2) over the host Molalla Indians, 51-32.
Published: 1/16/2013 1:23:24 PM
Swimming for the first time in nearly a month, the Molalla boys and girls swim teams hosted Blanchet Catholic, North Marion and Riverdale as part of a home meet on Jan.
Published: 1/16/2013 1:45:21 PM
Molalla knew exactly what they had to do to march into fifth ranked Philomath (7-4) Friday night, but were unable to do it.“The game plan was to slow down (Ben DeSaulnier) and (Derek Nash),” said head coach Tyler Kelleher.
Published: 1/16/2013 2:24:20 PM
Even if the shots aren’t falling from the floor, great players find other ways to contribute. For Maddi Skillings, who was coming off a 25 point performance against Sweet Home last week, the shots weren’t falling Tuesday night, so she found other ways to contribute: she grabbed a team-high seven rebounds and still managed to score 13 points — 11 of which came from the free throw line.
Published: 1/22/2013 3:31:02 PM
The Molalla Indians took advantage of a mostly-suspended Estacada Rangers team during opening night of the Tri-Valley Conference campaign to cruise to a 75-39 win on the road Jan.
Published: 1/29/2013 4:06:13 PM
With the season just a few weeks away, the news is already starting to pile up for the Molalla girls track & field team, the defending state runner-up.
Published: 1/29/2013 4:10:19 PM
Molalla rode a strong and balanced performance from a number of swimmers, as the girls raced to a second place finish Wednesday night at the Molalla Aquatic Center.
Published: 1/30/2013 4:07:33 PM
Was it a defensive battle or an offensive struggle?“We couldn’t score,” said Molalla head coach Josh Crawford. “I bet we missed 20 layups.”However the roughly 200 fans saw it Thursday night, the North Marion (2-2, 9-9) girls ended up on the winning side 29-17 in the low-scoring game.
Published: 1/30/2013 4:13:09 PM
The Tuesday night Tri-Valley Conference match-up between Gladstone (1-2, 8-6) and Molalla (2-1, 10-6) had it all: stellar defense interrupted with occasional bursts of offense, a buzzer beater, role players stepping up at various times, and, of course, overtime.