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"I've been getting a lot more confident lately," said Wassom, whose previous career high was 20 points. "Once you get shooting, you get confident. We do a really good job moving the ball, and my teammates have done a good job finding me."
The Irish, who improved to 19-2 overall and 13-0 in league, assured themselves of at least a share of the league title and need to win just one of their final league games (Marshfield, South Eugene and Willamette) in order to earn the title outright. They'd have to lose all three for Willamette to have a chance at a co-title. The Irish and Wolverines (11-3) face each other in the final game of the league season Feb. 19.
"This was a really important game. We knew if we won it we'd be looking good for the league championship," said Wassom, whose team had a season-low seven turnovers.
The Colts fell to 11-10 overall and 9-4, good for third place in the Midwestern, and will finish the league season with games against South Eugene, Springfield and Marshfield.
Wassom, a 5-foot-11 junior wing, scored the first three baskets of the game - off passes from Jacquie Lipp and Lauren Melevin - to help Sheldon take a 6-0 lead.
"Coach (Luke Roth) told me to come out confident, work hard and be aggressive," Wassom said.
Sheldon picked off four steals in the first eight minutes of the game and limited Thurston to two field goals and a free throw to take a 15-5 lead into the second quarter. Wassom added eight more points in the second period, including back-to-back three-pointers, and the Irish led 25-15 at the half.
Sheldon, which outshot Thurston 38 percent to 27.7 percent in the first half, went 7-of-12 from the field in the third period. The Colts, meanwhile, made just 4-of-12 - including a three-point play by Haley Rogers and a three-point shot by Katy Campbell - and trailed 44-26 after three.
Campbell hit another three-pointer and freshman Angela Webster Webster, town (1990 pop. 16,196), Worcester co., S Mass., near the Conn. line; settled c.1713, set off from Dudley and Oxford and inc. 1832. The chief manufactures are footwear, fabrics, and textiles. came off the bench to hit a three as part of a 7-0 Thurston run to pull the Colts to within 46-33, but that was as close as it got before the Irish ran off 12 straight points.
Sheldon, which also got 14 points from Lauren McCauley and 10 from Keri Bellotti, shot 48 percent from the field in the second half to finish at 44.7 for the game with 19 of Sheldon's 21 baskets coming off assists. Five of those were from Lipp, who also had two steals. The Irish made just 6-of-12 from the free-throw line free-throw line
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Thurston, which missed a lot of layups early in the game, shot 28.6 percent from the floor. Campbell led the Colts with 16 points.
The Colts committed 15 turnovers.
Willamette 58, North Eugene 46
Shelby Stephens made six of her 10 field-goal attempts en route to a team-high 16 points, and Stephanie Stephens had 11 points and a team-high eight rebounds to lead the Wolverines over the Highlanders.
Shelby Stephens also had six rebounds for Willamette. The Wolverines limited the Highlanders to a single field goal in the fourth period to seal the victory.
Willamette had the advantage at the free-throw line, where the Wolverines converted 22-of-35 to the Highlanders' 12-of-18. Ashley Ficek scored 21 points to lead North Eugene.
Churchill 47, South Eugene 37
Jessica Steigleman came back from a third-quarter ankle injury to score 13 points, leading the Lancers lanc·er
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Churchill, which hit 9-of-12 free throws in the fourth quarter, led by only one point, at 25-24, when Steigleman was injured in·jure
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Callie McVicker scored 13 points to lead South Eugene, which shot just 29 percent from the field and never led in the second half.
Mountain West girls
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2. In general, Indians have no political rights in the United States; they cannot vote at the general elections for officers, nor hold office. remain unbeaten in the Mountain West League.
Kayla Hanson added eight points and 12 rebounds for Mohawk (18-3, 14-0 Mountain West). Megan Smith led Oregon School for the Deaf Oregon School for the Deaf (OSD), is a public school in Salem, Oregon, serving deaf and hard of hearing students of kindergarten through high school grades through residential, day school, and part-time enrollment programs. with six points.
Mountain West boys
Mohawk 78, OSD 50
MARCOLA - Tyler Ludwig scored 23 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and had five assists and four steals to lead the Indians past the Panthers.
Sheldon's Laura McCauley, who scored 14 points, shoots over Thurston's Haley Rogers (left) and Amber Rogers. Wayne Eastburn / The Register-Guard Sheldon's Jenn Wassom (left), Jillian Roehl and Jacquie Lipp stop Thurston's Ashlee Girard.