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The boys finished 7-12 overall and 3-5 in league play.

By Steve Tool

Wallowa County Chieftain

Published on February 13, 2018 3:52PM

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Enterprise senior Jimmy Wells runs into traffic during the Outlaw’s game against Grant Union Feb. 10.

Paul Wahl/Chieftain Enterprise senior Jimmy Wells runs into traffic during the Outlaw’s game against Grant Union Feb. 10.

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Paul Wahl/ChieftainSenior Rylie Hayward stares into a see of red during the Grant Union and Enterprise matchup Feb. 10 in Enterprise.

Paul Wahl/ChieftainSenior Rylie Hayward stares into a see of red during the Grant Union and Enterprise matchup Feb. 10 in Enterprise.

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Grant Union’s Mariah Moulton and Madison McKrola sandwich Enterprise’s Gracie Carlsen as she goes for a shot during the matchup between the teas Feb. 10.
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Paul Wahl/Chieftain Grant Union’s Mariah Moulton and Madison McKrola sandwich Enterprise’s Gracie Carlsen as she goes for a shot during the matchup between the teas Feb. 10. ‘

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Enterprise senior Brett Greenshields goes for two from just in front of the basket during the Outlaws’ game against Grant Union Feb. 10.

Paul Wahl/Chieftain Enterprise senior Brett Greenshields goes for two from just in front of the basket during the Outlaws’ game against Grant Union Feb. 10.

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Enterprise’s Ashlyn Gray contests a rebound with a Grant Union player during the matchup between the two teams Feb. 10.

Paul Wahl/Chieftain Enterprise’s Ashlyn Gray contests a rebound with a Grant Union player during the matchup between the two teams Feb. 10.

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The Lady Outlaws played good basketball against Imbler, spreading their 40 points across nearly the entire roster. However, the Outlaws still shot poorly, just shy of 30 percent from the floor.

Karli Bedard led the scoring with 10, while Shelby Moncrief stacked eight into the basket and senior Riley Gray contributed six coins to the fountain.

Poor floor shooting and negligible free throw conversion led to the Outlaws defeat at the hands of the Grant Union Prospectors. The Outlaws dropped down to 27 percent shooting from the floor and failed to convert a single one of six three-pointers attempted.

Riley Gray led the scoring with eight points and not a single player scored more than half her amount. Three players had four points each.

The girls finished the season 14-5 overall and 5-3 in league play with a 13th place ranking in the state.

The Lady Outlaws next play Elgin at La Grande on Friday, Feb. 16, in a Wapiti League District contest.

The Enterprise Boys Basketball team finished the season with a victory over Imbler Feb. 9, 60-31, and a loss to Grant Union Feb. 10, 41-60.

The boys finished 7-12 overall and 3-5 in league play.

The team faced off against Union at Imbler High School in a league playoff game Feb. 13, too late for coverage in this week’s print edition.









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