CASHMERE — The top-ranked Cashmere boys basketball team has presented its opponents with a variety of match-up problems this season because it has a multitude of players that are capable of scoring in many different ways.
The Bulldogs put their diversified, multi-layered offensive attack on full display Friday against No. 8 Okanogan in a showdown contest between the two best teams in the Caribou Trail League at Ron Doane Gymnasium. Cashmere was able to post a resounding 70-51 victory primarily on the basis of its depth — Okanogan simply couldn’t shut down all of Cashmere’s scoring options. Three Cashmere players scored in double figures — led by Cooper Elliott’s 18 — and one other (Coleman McElroy) just missed with nine points.