The Pullman Greyhound basketball team participated in an annual Freeman tournament. It occured over the span of two days, December 28th and December 29th and each team played two teams. The Greyhounds' first game was against the North West Christian Crusaders. Jared Anderson lead the way for the Greyhounds scoring 15 points in the match-up, while Ryan Ricks lead the Crusaders with 25 points. Tim Pendry and James Miles also put up double figures for the Hounds' as they pulled away from the Crusaders with a 61-54 victory. With this win the Hounds' advanced to the championship game against St. George's Dragons. The game from the beginning was dominated by the Greyhounds. Jake Cillay put up a total of 20 points, while James Miles added 14. Colin Cremers was the leading scorer for the Dragons adding 12 points, but it was not enough for the Greyhounds dominating performance. The Hounds' went on to win the Championship game 62-48, the Hounds second year winning this tournament. With these two wins under the Hounds' belt, there record advances to 9-0. Their next game will be held on Thursday, January 7th, in Clarkston, Washington, against the Clarkston Bantams. Go Hounds!