Hounds Win 14th Straight Game Against Border Rival
On December 30th, 2010, nearly nine years ago, a streak, that still exists today, was born. Tuesday, January 15th, marked the 14th straight victory for the Pullman Greyhounds boys' basketball team against their border rival, the Moscow Bears. Tuesday night's game was a close one, the Greyhounds snatched the victory by only four points after Moscow shocked the crowd, outscoring the Hounds in the second half by eight points. This comeback scared Pullman, as Moscow went on a couple high-scoring runs that knocked on the door of victory. Luckily, Jake Wells put up a clean 25 points to keep the Hounds ahead throughout the game. Although Jake had a phenomenal game, putting up his fourth highest point total this season, he wasn't alone. Scoring the second most was Ethan Kramer with his own 14 points, the second highest for him this season. Moscow did not back down and definitely put up a good fight with Postell and Decker, having 30 points between them. The Hounds look to get their fifth home win this Friday against West Valley to improve to 14-1. On the flip side, the Moscow Bears look to improve to 11-2 when they play Timberlake on Wednesday the 15th.