MOSES LAKE — The Big Bend Community College men’s basketball picked up a win over Blue Mountain on Saturday that kept them in the thick of the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) playoff hunt Saturday, 86-71.
Wenatchee Valley guard Justin Martin peeled off a hard pick on his defender, drove the lane, and dropped a circus layup with 1.6 seconds to play to lift the Knights over Big Bend Wednesday night in Northwest Athletic Conference East Region play.
MOSES LAKE — Big Bend big man Miles Brown had a career-best, finishing with 17 points and 17 rebounds. But the Runnin’ Vikes shot a dismal 15.8 percent from the arc and let a game where the lead changed hands six times in the final 13 minutes slip away Saturday night at DeVries Activity Center.
DeAngelo Stowers has been a nice stash of cash the Runnin’ Vikes go to for a little something extra when they need it. The 6-foot-1 sophomore from Upland, Calif., was money on Saturday night when it was all hands on deck.
MOSES LAKE — When you live by the sword, you die by the sword, or in this case the dagger. The Big Bend Runnin’ Vikes shot just 20.6 percent from 3-point range during Wednesday night’s NWAC East home opener against Wenatchee Valley and saw their three-game winning streak end with an 81-61 loss to the Knights.
MOSES LAKE- After a rough start to the season, the young Big Bend men’s basketball team has finally found its stride. The Big Bend Vikings have won five of the last six games after beating Grays Harbor 82-69 on Friday. This marks the Vikings at a 7-5 record.
GRAYS HARBOR — They’ve had 12 games to get their legs under them and figure some things out, now the work starts for the Big Bend Runnin’ Vikes. First-year Big Bend head coach Mingo Scott is hoping Friday’s 82-69 victory over Grays Harbor is the kick-start they need going into the Northwest Athletic Conference East schedule.