The Philomath High School girls basketball team improved to 3-0 on the season with a 61-25 victory on Wednesday night at Sisters.
The Warriors led just 11-8 through the first 8 minutes but went on a 22-4 run in the second quarter to take control by halftime, 33-12.
In the second quarter when PHS began to pull away, junior Sage Kramer scored nine of her game-high 23 points. And in the third when the Warriors had a 19-5 run, Kramer scored 10 points.
Besides Kramer, senior Mia Rust had a productive night offensively with 15 points. Hailie Couture buried three 3-pointers for her nine points and Kaili Satthoff added eight.
Payden Petterson scored 15 to lead Sisters (2-3).
Philomath will play its second home game of the short season on Friday with Stayton coming into the building. The Eagles have won three straight after losing by one point to Cascade in their season opener.
Philomath 61, Sisters 25
Wednesday, May 26, at Sisters HS
|3-Point Goals: Philomath 5 (Couture 3, Kramer, Rust), Sisters 3 (Pettersen 3)|
Fouled Out: None
Total Fouls: Philomath 11 (1st half-7; second half-4), Sisters 17 (1st half-8; second half-9)
Philomath 34, Junction City 18
Wednesday, May 26, at Junction City HS
|JV GAME NOTES|
|Philomath’s JV record improves to 3-0 on the season. … The Warriors have not allowed double digits in any quarter through three games this season. … The JV defense is allowing 15.7 points per game. … Bailey Bell and Ahnika Tryon each scored eight points to lead PHS scorers. … The Warriors struggled from the free-throw line at 2 for 11. … The JV Warriors are scheduled to play Friday at home vs. Cottage Grove.|
Did you enjoy this content? The news site has no paywall but we do rely on voluntary memberships. If you’re already a member, thank you. To join our community as a member or to make a one-time contribution, please CLICK HERE.