Another cold shooting night by the Southern Oregon University men's basketball team resulted in a 93-69 setback to Humboldt State Tuesday in an exhibition game at Arcata, Calif.

Another cold shooting night by the Southern Oregon University men's basketball team resulted in a 93-69 setback to Humboldt State Tuesday in an exhibition game at Arcata, Calif.

The Raiders (1-1) return to regular season play Friday and Saturday in Klamath Falls. SOU plays Lee University on Friday night and Bethany on Saturday night.

A pair of free throws by Jarrad Childs trimmed Humboldt's early lead to 5-4 at the 17:22 mark of the first half, but the Lumberjacks then took off.

Kyle Baxter hit a 3-pointer to give the NCAA Division II Lumberjacks an 18-5 lead.

A 3-pointer by Zac Tiedeman had the hosts cruising at 30-13 with 8:08 to play in the first half and Humboldt led 45-17 at the half and put the game away early.

SOU finished the game shooting 37 percent, hitting 21 of 57 shots, but the Raiders hit on only 4-for-14 shots from the 3-point line (29 percent).

Austin Wolfer led the Raiders with 18 points and seven rebounds. Trevor McCay finished with 12 points and Eli Thornton had 11 points.

Colt Mathews led Humboldt with 16 points.

Parade

A parade to honor the Ashland High boys and girls state champion water polo teams will be make its way through the Ashland plaza starting at 1:45 p.m. today.

Boys Basketball

The Ashland Boys Basketball Club will be holding tryouts Dec. 1 at Ashland Middle School in the small gym. Fourth and fifth graders interested in playing in Manny League should show up at 7 p.m. Sixth graders will have an AAU team and a Manny League team and need to be there at 8 p.m.

Pop Warner

Cliff Goodwin, 10, and his brother CB, 9, both earned a Pop Warner football scholar athlete award and a $200 savings bond recently. The award is based on performance in school and participation in extracurricular activities.

Cliff is a fifth grader and CB is a fourth grader at Helman Elementary. They are the sons of Mark and Celeste Goodwin.

Booster Club

The Ashland High Booster Club authorized a $25,000 donation to the Ashland High Turf Field fundraising project and will attempt to fund an additional $5,000 per year for the next five years, the Club announced Monday.

Any objections by club members need to be raised at the next booster club meeting, 7 p.m. on Dec. 10 in the Ashland High School library.