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The Crook County Cowgirls bounced back from a tough loss Tuesday in Gladstone, steamrolling Estacada 67-22 Friday night in Prineville.

The Crook County Cowboys remained undefeated in Tri-Valley Conference play with a 66-54 road victory Thursday night at Estacada.

The Crook County High School wrestling team rolled into Culver Wednesday night and came away with a 58-17 victory over a solid Bulldog wrestling team in the annual Cowdog Classic.

The Crook County Cowgirls led for much of the game Tuesday, Jan. 24 before falling to third-ranked Gladstone 57-48 in Tri-Valley Conference basketball action.

In a game that easily could have gone either way, the Crook County High School boys basketball team survived, taking a 71-69 victory over the Gladstone Gladiators Tuesday, Jan. 24 in Prineville.

The Crook County Cowboys split a pair of dual meets this past week, falling 39-24 to Mountain View, then defeating Roseburg 46-31.

The Crook County High School boys basketball team did not play their best game of the year, but it was good enough to come away with a victory as the Cowboys knocked off the Molalla Indians 64-53 Friday, Jan. 20 in Molalla.

The Crook County High School girls basketball team rolled over Sweet Home 51 to 28 Friday night in Prineville.

After tough losses in their previous two games, the Crook County Cowboys got things rolling on Friday as they blasted the Sweet Home Huskies 64-32 in the final non-league game of the year.

Thursday night, Jan. 12, the Crook County Cowboys hosted the Mike Shinkle Memorial Duals and came away with a pair of close victories, defeating Burns 46-32 and Harrisburg 36-33.

The Crook County High School girls basketball team jumped out to a big start on Tuesday at Cascade, then held on for a 40-38 win.

The Crook County High School boys basketball team stayed with fourth-ranked Cascade for most of their road game on Tuesday, before Cascade exploded in the fourth quarter to roll to a 63-42 win.

The Crook County High School boys basketball team split a pair of games in Eastern Oregon this past week, rolling over the La Grande Tigers on Friday 61-40, before falling to the Baker Bulldogs 67-63 in overtime Saturday.

Wednesday was a long night for the Crook County High School wrestling program as the varsity, JV and girls team all lost to the Redmond Panthers.