McCloud downed Surprize Valley 70-39 on the road Friday to end the season. The Loggers ended the year 7-14 overall and 6-8 in the Evergreen League.

The McCloud Loggers fought hard with the Big Valley Cardinals in the regular-season home finale last Tuesday, winning in overtime 62-58.

Though the Loggers made the first few baskets, the Cardinals caught up and overpowered the Loggers ending the 1st quarter ahead of the Loggers with a score of 10-13.  

The Cardinals looked strong going into the second quarter having more dominance over the Loggers scoring 14 more points to the Logger’s 10.  But the Loggers kicked it into gear and narrowed the gap and by the end of the 3rd quarter, the score was 41-42.  

It was neck to neck in the 4th quarter with a tied score 55 to 55 making the game go into overtime.  

A free throw by Zach Dutton and then a 3-pointer by Boaz Major started the lead for the Loggers in the four minutes of overtime. The tension made the whole gym buzz with excitement as the crowd that filled the bleachers cheered for their home team as they held their ground and won by four.

Zach Dutton held the high score of the night with 21 points, 16 rebounds, as well as eight assists, nine blocks and 3 steals. Travis Blumel had 17 points and five rebounds. David Wolfe finished with 11 points and nine rebounds. Boaz Major scored five points, Drew Dutton and Jaden Quiring both scored four points.  

 McCloud downed Surprize Valley 70-39 on the road Friday to end the season.  The Loggers ended the year 7-14 overall and 6-8 in the Evergreen League.

Zach Dutton went off for 42 points, draining an impressive nine 3-pointers and had 14 rebounds. Travis Blumel put up 13 points for McCloud.

The McCloud girls' team didn’t fare well when falling 56-42 against Big Valley.

 The first quarter ended with McCloud just three points behind at 12-9. Throughout the first half, the Lady Loggers were consistently just one basket behind, going into half time trailing 20-19.

But the second half of the game the Cardinals kicked it in gear jumping ahead to a 40-29 advantage at the end of the quarter, as the Lady Loggers lost by 14 points.

Mercy LeTourneau played well and finished with 29 points, including four 3-pointers. She also had 10 rebounds. Alisha Walker finished with 11 points and eight rebounds.

Last Thursday, McCloud ended the year with a 38-24 loss at Surprise Valley to end the season 1-12 overall and 1-11 in the league. LeTourneau finished with 12 points.