Tillamook High School was the only county school to play at home tonight, showcasing a double header against Astoria.
The mens team tipped off at 6pm.
It was the 3 point shot that seemed to come into play for most of the match. Early in the match, Tillamook failed to make several 3 point shots, where Astoria excelled. With a 4-0 start, Astoria sank two 3 point shots to pull ahead. The first half remained a close battle for the lead. Tillamook went into half time with a 27-23, a lead they would keep for the rest of the game.
Tillamook's scoring took off in the second half, beating Astoria 66-54.
The women's team tipped off at 730.
They got started on a rough track in the first quarter, having Astoria go on a 17-0 run before Tillamook was able to score a basket. Unfortunately, they couldn't make up the difference, losing to Astoria 59-17.
In 2A basketball, both Nestucca and Neah Kah Nie played away.
Nestucca took on Gaston High School. The double header had split results, with the mens team winning 55-43. The women's team couldn't maintain momentum from Friday's big win, falling 41-30.
Neah Kah Nie played Knappa High School, with their results flipped from their south county rivals. The mens team fell to the Loggers 89-52. The women's team overtook Knappa 32-19.