Male athlete of the week
Augie Tobish, Redmond swimming — Tobish dominated in helping Redmond to fist place at the Jan. 5 Jay Rowan Invitational. He won the 50-and-100-meter freestyle races individually and was part of the first-place relay teams in the 200 medley and 200 freestyle.
Female athlete of the week
McKaylie Capps, Redmond basketball — The senior scored 22 points in a Jan. 4 victory against Bend. Redmond’s 52-43 victory was the first in years for the Panthers against last season’s Intermountain Conference champions, who are now in Class 6A.
Game of the week
Boys basketball; Central Christian 63, Rogue Valley Adventist 39 — The Jan. 5 victory evened the Tigers’ Mountain Valley League record at 2-2.
What to watch for
Wrestling, Crook County at Redmond — The Panthers play host to the former Class 4A power in an Intermountain Conference dual meet at 7 p.m. Thursday. The Cowboys won a multi-state tournament last week in Idaho that Redmond finished 22nd in.
West Albany 61, Redmond 32
West Albany 49, Redmond 38
Wilsonville 63, Ridgeview 53
Pendleton 36, Redmond 32
Bend 64, Redmond 32
North Lake 44, Central Christian 33
Redmond 52, Bend 43
North Lake 54, Central Christian 20
La Salle Prep 71, Ridgeview 41
Central Christian 63, Rogue Valley Adventist 39
La Salle Prep 55, Ridgeview 17
Rogue Valley Adventist 55, Central Christian 19
Ridgeview, with 102 points, finished sixth in the 13-team Bend Invitational, which Mountain View won with 202.5 points.
Redmond, with 83 points, finished 22nd in the 101-team Rollie Lane Invitational in Nampa, Idaho, which Crook County won with 212 points.
Redmond, with 419 points, won the Jay Rowan Invitational at Cascade Swim Center by 280 points over second-place Baker. Ridgeview was fourth in the five-team meet with 128 points.
Redmond, with 207 points, finished second, 10 points behind victorious Baker, at the six-team Jay Rowan Invitational at Cascade Swim Center. Ridgeview was fifth with 106 points.