S: A Season to Remember 2013/14
FC: A Season to Remember | 2013-2014 Philomath Warriors
1: Philomath Warriors | 2013-2014
2: COACH | Ecker
3: team roster | Jack Lehman | Joe Noble | Trey Ecker | Cole Chambers | Kevin Rhodes | Ben DeSaulnier | Dawson Brattain | Nick Buddingh | #4 | #10 | #11 | #13 | #22 | #23 | #25 | #30 | Brodie Marchant | #32 | #40 | Koeby Bennett | Spencer Bennett | #42 | Keith Larson | #53
4: 2014 OSAA 4A Boys Basketball State Championship
7: Game Day!
8: Game Day! | TOMMY RHODES
9: LET'S GO TEAM! | DeSaulnier, a senior guard who was chosen as the Oregon West Conference’s player of the year, had a game-high 29 points, with six 3-pointers.
10: Ben DeSaulnier had 20 points and Philomath edged North Valley 44-43 on Thursday in the quarterfinals of the OSAA Class 4A boys tournament. The top-seeded Warriors (22-3) will face the winner of the afternoon game between Henley and La Grande on Friday in the semifinals at Gill Coliseum. | Quarterfinal March 13, 2014 North Valley v Philomath
11: Basketball Rules!
12: LET'S GO! | Semifinal: La Grande v Philomath March 14, 2014 3:15 PM
14: The Philomath High boys basketball team celebrates as time expires in their 48-39 victory over La Salle in the 4A state title game Saturday night at Gill Coliseum. (Andy Cripe | Corvallis Gazette-Times)
15: DeSaulnier powers Philomath to 48-39 win over La Salle Prep: OSAA 4A boys basketball recap | APRIL ROSS | Panthers | Vikings | Bears | Wild Cats | Dolphins | Wolves | GAME | POINTS | 12 | 16 | 11 | 9 | 7 | 13
16: GO TEAM! DEFENSE. | TEAM
20: A New Chapter | Southern Oregon University Raiders add DeSaulnier, Meyer, Reid to freshman class | Philomath guard Ben DeSaulnier, named Oregon’s Class 4A basketball player of the year in March, has signed a letter of intent at Southern Oregon. The 6-foot-3 DeSaulnier was a prolific scorer in leading Philomath to the 4A state championship this season. He scored a school-record 53 points during a regular-season game against Stayton. In the state final, DeSaulnier scored 30 of Philomath’s 48 points against La Salle Prep. DeSaulnier is one of Oregon’s best athletes this school year. In football, DeSaulnier was all-state at four positions, including kicker and punter. He was also an all-stater last spring in baseball.