The Vernonia Lady Loggers remained undefeated in Northwest League play following a 45-35 win over Riverdale on Friday January 31st.
The Lady Loggers are now 12-0 in league play and 18-1 on the season.
The Loggers boys playoff hopes took a serious downturn as they fell to 4-8 in league play following a 51-47 loss to Riverdale.
Both Vernonia teams return to action on Tuesday, February 4 at Knappa.
The Vernonia Lady Loggers continued their winning ways on Tuesday, January 28 with a 60-20 win at Gaston. The Lady Loggers remain unbeaten in Northwest League play with a 11-0 record.
The Loggers boys fell to first place Gaston, 41-37. The Loggers are now 4-7 in league play.
The girls and boys will be back on the court on Friday, January 31 when they travel to face Riverdale.
The Vernonia girls and boys basketball teams both recorded wins on Saturday, January 25th at Nestucca in Northwest League play.
The first place Lady Loggers dominated last place Nestucca in a 66-19 victory. Vernonia is 10-0 in league play and 16-1 on the season.
The Logger boys survived a close call, winning 57-56. Vernonia is now 4-6 in league play and still has a chance to reach the league playoffs.
Vernonia returns to action on Tuesday January 28 when both the boys and girls travel to Gaston.
The Vernonia Lady Loggers defeated Delphian 74-42 at home on Friday, January 24.
Vernonia got strong performances from Meghan Sullivan, Julia Fletcher, Katka Brejchova, Stephanie Castro and Emma D’Onghia as they took control of the game early, and never looked back at an overmatched Delphian side. Sara Smith, Paige Smith and Jocie Roberts also saw significant playing time and played well for the Lady Loggers.
The Lady Loggers remain undefeated and in first place in the Northwest League with a 9-0 record. Vernonia is 15-1 on the season is currently ranked 6th in the state OSAA rankings in Division 2A.
Emma D’Onghia helped lead the Lady Loggers offense in their win over Delphian
Meaghan Sullivan was once again dominant for the Lady Loggers under the basket.
The Logger Boys ended a two game losing streak with a dominant 70-53 win over fourth place Delphian. After a close first half, the Loggers were led at the start of the third quarter by point guard Alex Rubiera. The Loggers also received good play from Emil Hardenberg, Ronnie Maldonado and Brett Elliot.
The Logger’s win puts them back into the playoff race in the Northwest League. Vernonia is 3-6 now in league play.
Both the Vernonia boys and girls squads were heading to Nestucca on Saturday, January 25 for an away match up. Vernonia will now play five straight games on the road.
Emil Hardenberg had a strong game for the Loggers.
Alex Rubiera took control of the game for the Loggers in the second half.
The Vernonia Lady Loggers took a big step towards securing their second Northwest League title in a row with a 44-37 away victory over Portland Christian on Tuesday, January 21.
The first place Lady Loggers, who are now 8-0 in league play, beat second place Portland Christian for the second time this season, and now have a 14-1 record over all this year. Vernonia is ranked 4th in the OSAA 2A poll.
The Loggers boys fell to Portland Chrisitian 46-37. The Loggers are now 2-8 in Northwest League play and 5-10 overall.
Both teams return to action at home on Friday, January 24 against Delphian.
Emma D’Onghia has been a leading scorer for the Lady Loggers.
Girls Basketball-Lady Logger Head Coach Steve Whiteman continues to have his girls on the right track this season.
The Lady Loggers are 13-1 overall and 7-0 in league play following a 69-28 win over Gaston on Tuesday, January 14. Vernonia is in first place in the Northwest League and currently ranked 4th in Oregon division 2A.
Following a tough loss over the holidays to then 1st ranked Santiam, the Lady Loggers have reeled off five straight wins, including a 63-37 home victory over league rival Portland Christian.
The Portland Christian game was close through the first half and Vernonia struggled to open up a 25-18 lead. “They thought they could use a full court press against us, and it worked for the first quarter,” said head coach Whiteman. “When they stopped using it in the second half I knew we had them rattled.” Whiteman also noted that Portland Christian had been averaging 9 three pointers a game. “Our goal was to be out on top and play good defense to take that away from them,” explained Whiteman. Portland Christian only made 1-9 shots from three point range against Vernonia. “Our defense really matched up with them,” said Whiteman. Read More
The Vernonia Lady Loggers remained undefeated in Northwest League play following an 69-28 blowout of Gaston on Tuesday, January 14. Vernonia is now 13-1 on the season and 7-0 in league play. The Lady Loggers have a week off before traveling to face second place Portland Christian on Tuesday January 21. Portland Christian has a 5-1 league record and are 12-3 over all this season.
The Logger Boys dropped another close game, falling 53-45 to first place Gaston. The Loggers are now 2-5 in league play and fell to 5-9 on the season. Portland Christian is currently in second place in the Northwest League.
Both the boys and girls will be home next Friday, January 24 to face Delphian.
The Vernonia Lady Loggers won their fourth game in a row on Saturday, January 11, defeating Neah-Kan-Nie 50-31. Vernonia remains undefeated and in sole possession of first place in the Northwest League with a 6-0 record, and are 11-1 on the season. The Vernonia girls are currently ranked 4th in Division 2A.
The Loggers boys beat Neah-Kah-Nie 69-48 and are now 2-4 in league play.
Both teams host Gaston at home on Tuesday January 14.
The Vernonia Lady Loggers defeated Faith Bible on Friday, January 10, winning a close game 25-24. Vernonia remains undefeated in Northwest League play, with 5-0 record, is now 11-1 on the season overall and are now ranked 4th in Oregon 2A. The Lady Loggers have upcoming home games on Saturday, January 11 against Neah-Kah-Nie and Tuesday, January 14 against Gaston.
The Vernonia boys lost to Faith bible 70-49 and dropped to 1-4 in league play. The boys also have upcoming games against Neah-Kah-Nie and Gaston.
The Vernonia Lady Loggers defeated league rival Portland Christian 63-37 on Tuesday, January 7th at home. After a close first quarter, Vernonia took control and led at half time, 25-18. The Lady Loggers dominated the second half, out scoring Portland Christian 38-19.
The Lady Loggers are now 4-0 in Northwest League play, 10-1 on the season, are ranked number 6 in the state in 2A and have outscored all opponents by a total score of 701-338.
The Loggers boys lost to Portland Christian 50-40. Vernonia is now 1-3 in league play and 4-7 overall.
Both the Loggers and Lady Loggers resume league play on Friday, January 10th when they travel to face Faith Bible. They return home on Saturday, January 11 to face Neah-Kah-Nie.