Cossatot River hosted the Prescott Curly Wolves for homecoming on Friday, January 13th.
The Jr. High Eagles started the evening off, taking on Prescott. The Curly Wolves took an early 7-2 lead, forcing Cossatot to call a timeout with 4:03 left in the quarter. Following the timeout, Prescott went on an 8-5 run, making the score 15-7 at the end of the first. Both teams scored eight points apiece in the second before Cossatot called a timeout with 3:21 left in the half, and the score 23-15 Prescott. The Curly Wolves continued to play great basketball after the timeout, ending the quarter on a 10-2 run, to make the score 33-17 at halftime in favor of Prescott.
Prescott came out in the third quarter shooting the ball well, outscoring the Jr. Eagles 15-8, to make the score 48-25 going into the final quarter of play. There was very little offense in the fourth quarter, as Cossatot held the Curly Wolves to eight points and Prescott held the Eagles to only five. Prescott held on to defeat the Jr. Eagles by a score of 56-30.
Cossatot’s Jr. High Lady Eagles took the court for the second game of the night. After Prescott took a 3-0 lead to begin the game, the Lady Eagles scored ten straight points to hold a seven point lead going into the second quarter, with the score 10-3. Not much changed in the second quarter, as Cossatot held onto their healthy lead, outscoring the Lady Curly Wolves 8-3, to make the score 18-6 at halftime. India Rooney led Prescott at halftime with 6 points, as Amy Williams led the Lady Eagles with 8 points.
Jordan Bailey came out in the third quarter with a hot hand for the Lady Eagles, as she made three three-pointers to help Cossatot go on an early 7-0 run. After the Lady Curly Wolves called a timeout, Cossatot ended the quarter on an 8-2 run, to make the score 33-8 going into the fourth quarter. In the final quarter of play, Prescott held the Lady Eagles to eight points, as the Lady Curly Wolves scored only two, to make the final score 41-10.
In Cossatot’s thirty-one point defeat of the Lady Curly Wolves, Jordan Bailey led the Lady Eagles with 12 points, as India Rooney led Prescott with 8 of their points.
The Cossatot Lady Eagles led off Friday Night’s Sr. High action as they took on the Prescott Lady Curly Wolves. The Lady Curly Wolves started off the first quarter on an 8-2 before Cossatot called a timeout with 4:28 left in the quarter, and ended the first on a 12-1 run of their own, to make the score 14-9 in favor of the Lady Eagles after the first quarter. Prescott started off the second on a 7-1 run, to take the lead 17-16, forcing Cossatot to call a timeout with 3:43 left in the half. Following the timeout, the Lady Eagles ended the first half on a 6-2 run, to re-take the lead 21-18 going into halftime.
Prescott came out of the locker room ready to play in the third, tying the game at twenty-three before the Lady Eagles called a timeout with 3:22 left in the third. Coming out of the timeout, Cossatot ended the third quarter on an 8-0 run, to re-take the lead again with the score 31-23, going into the final quarter of play. The Lady Eagles held onto their hefty lead in the fourth, as the Lady Curly Wolves never reached within nine points. Cossatot went on to beat the Lady Curly Wolves 48-34, after outscoring them 17-11 in the final quarter of play.
For the final game of Friday night’s basketball action, the Cossatot Sr. High Eagles took on the Prescott Curly Wolves. In the first quarter, there was very little offense, as both teams scored only 13 points combined. However, the Eagles ended taking a 7-6 lead into the second quarter of play. In the second, both teams were able to get more shots down, as Cossatot outscored the Curly Wolves 16-12, to take a 23-18 lead into halftime. Jordan Glass led Prescott with 7 points at the half, as Cody Baker led the Eagles with 9 points.
In the third quarter, the Eagles made a few buckets to extend their lead to ten points, forcing Prescott to call a timeout with 4:32 left in the quarter and the score 30-20. Following the timeout, the Curly Wolves scored seven up against Cossatot’s five points, to take the Eagles’ lead down to eight going into the fourth quarter. Cossatot continued to keep a nice lead throughout the fourth, as the Curly Wolves called a timeout with 2:28 left, down by eight and the score 43-35. After the timeout, nothing went Prescott’s way, as the Eagles ended the quarter on a 12-9 run, defeating the Curly Wolves by a score of 55-44.
Jameson, number five, Gulley, number twenty-three, and Jordan Glass all led the Prescott Curly Wolves with 9 points, as Rucker, number twenty-two, added on 6 points and number three, Giles and Braylon Wilson added on 5 points of their own.
Cody Baker and Marco Ramirez led the Cossatot Eagles with 15 points, while Trevon Broach added on 11 points, Keelan Youngblood 9 points, and Juan Trinidad 5 points.