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By Andrew Christiansen

Knights come from behind to finish Sunnyside Christian


Andrew Christiansen

INJURIES: Lyle-Wishram lost guards Jacob Armour (number 22, above) and Ricky Wolff (number 20, below) during the game against Sunnyside Christian. Armour was inadvertently poked in the eye after securing a rebound. He was expected to play in the next round game. Wolff reportedly broke his ankle as he and a teammate came down with a rebound at the end of the third quarter.

Lyle-Wishram and Sunnyside Christian locked horns for the fourth time last Friday in the championship round of the District 5, 1B tournament in Zillah. The Knights owned two blow-out wins over the Cougars, but were pushed to overtime before winning on Jan. 26. It was a much anticipated rematch and the teams made it worth the price of admission in a close battle from start to finish, ending in a 45-40 Knight win.

Lyle-Wishram earned the right to a rematch by defeating Bickleton 59-40 on Tuesday in White Salmon. Bickleton gave the Cougars all they could ask for in the first half, trailing 27-21 after fighting off a couple of Lyle-Wishram attempts to pull away with Ricky Wolff and Jonathan V...

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