The Mary M. Knight girls’ basketball team knocked off Wishkah Valley 49 to 27. Kaylee Sowle led the Lady Owls with 16 points, 16 rebounds, 10 assists, and 6 steals. Mary Koonrad hit three three-pointers and finished with 11 points. Senior Kalah Ralph added 9 points. Senior Sarah Parker chiped in 7 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. And 8th grader Lisa Oppelt pulled out 13 rebounds. Continue reading Basketball: MMK Girls Win; Shelton & NM Fall
The Taholah basketball teams were too much for Mary M. Knight Saturday night in Matlock. The Chitwhin boys beat the Owls 72 to 29 while the girls’ score was 69 to 41. Continue reading Basketball: Taholah Too Much for MMK
The Mary M. Knight basketball teams split a girls and boys double header with Oakville Tuesday night. The Lady Owls won 45 to 39 while the boys from Matlock lost 46 to 25. Continue reading MMK Splits Games with Acorns
MMK Teams Fall in Clallum Bay
The Mary M. Knight girls’ basketball team won its first District Championship Saturday beating Taholah in overtime 65 to 62 to take the Class 1B Southwest District 4 Trophy. The Owls and the Chitwhins battled the entire game. Continue reading VIDEO ADDED: MMK Girls Win First District Championship
The Mary M. Knight girls’ basketball team’s season ended Saturday night in the Regional round of the State Tournament when the Lady Owls lost to Northwest Yeshiva 54 to 30. Continue reading MMK Girls’ Season Ends in Regionals
Mary M. Knight’s Tim Diggle has been named the Coastal League’s Boys’ Basketball Coach of the Year. Diggle lead the Owls to the League and District Championships this season. Continue reading MMK’s Diggle Coach of the Year
The time of the Regional Round State Girls’ Basketball game between Mary M. Knight and Northwest Yeshiva has been changed. The Lady Owls and the 613s will now tip off at 8:30 PM Saturday night at Timberline High School in Lacey.
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The Mary M. Knight boys’ basketball team used a second half surge to blow by Columbia Adventist Academy 66 to 44. Continue reading Second Half Surge Leads MMK Boys Past Columbia Adventist