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Oregon (OSAA) 6A, 5A, 4A boys and girls basketball state tournaments: Thursday's stars, highlights, statistical leaders

A summary of everything that happened in Thursday's OSAA 6A, 5A and 4A basketball state tournaments

The Oregon (OSAA) boys and girls basketball state tournaments continued Thursday in Portland (6A), McMinnville (5A) and Forest Grove (4A). Here's a summary of everything that happened. 

Photo by Naji Saker 


At Chiles Center (Portland)

Thursday’s quarterfinals

No. 1 South Medford 56, No. 8 Southridge 24 | Story, photos

The Panthers raced to a 33-9 halftime lead and never looked back in a smooth win over the Skyhawks. 

Kimberly Ceron-Romero and Mayenabasi Akpan (18 rebounds) dominated the paint, scoring 19 points apiece to lead top-seeded South Medford (24-3) to the semifinals. 

Audrey Meek and Sara Mangan notched eight points each to pace Southridge (22-5), which committed 21 turnovers.

No. 5 Willamette 53, No. 4 Jefferson 47 | Story, photos

The Wolverines used a 14-2 second quarter to bolt to a 31-17 halftime lead before holding on to edge the Democrats and earn a berth in the semifinals. 

Brynn Smith rained in 21 points, Isabella Harms netted 20, and Harper Wagner pitched in nine for Willamette (21-7). 

Leila Nunez had 13 bench points, Makenzee Lawrence came off the bench for 10, and Abrianna Lawrence had nine with 14 rebounds for Jefferson (24-3). 

No. 6 Benson 51, No. 14 Grants Pass 30 | Story, photos

Mahogany Chandler-Roberts posted a double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds in 26 minutes to lead the Techsters over the Cavers and to the semifinals. 

Mauriana Hashemian-Orr also put up double-double numbers with 12 points and 11 rebounds plus seven steals, and Samarah Massey chipped in seven bench points for Benson (22-4). 

Brooke Anderson notched 11 points and seven rebounds, and Brooklyn Wakefield pitched in six and six for Grants Pass (18-10). 

No. 2 Clackamas 61, No. 10 Jesuit 34 | Story, photos

Jazzy Davidson poured in 27 points, Sara Barhoum added 13 points, and the Cavaliers coasted past the Crusaders to set up a semifinal matchup versus Benson. 

Reyce Mogel had eight bench points and Avery Peterson chipped in seven points with five assists for Clackamas (23-3). 

Audrey Bayless led Jesuit (20-7) with 10 points, Amani Lubrano tallied eight points, and Kendra Hicks pulled down 16 rebounds to pace the Crusaders, who trailed 31-15 at halftime and shot 21.4% (12 of 56) from the field.


Points (12 or more)

Jazzy Davidson, Clackamas, 27

Brynn Smith, Willamette, 21

Mahogany Chandler-Roberts, Benson, 20

Isabella Harms, Willamette, 20

Mayen Akpan, South Medford, 19

Kimberly Ceron-Romero, South Medford, 19

Sara Barhoum, Clackamas, 13

Leila Nunez, Jefferson, 13

Mauriana Hashemian-Orr, Benson, 12

Rebounds (6 or more)

Mayen Akpan, South Medford, 18

Kendra Hicks, Jesuit, 16

Abrianna Lawrence, Jefferson, 14

Mahogany Chandler-Roberts, Benson, 11

Mauriana Hashemian-Orr, Benson, 11

Sara Schmerbach, South Medford, 9

Makenzee Lawrence, Jefferson, 8

Dylan Mogel, Clackamas, 8

Brooke Anderson, Grants Pass, 7

Isabella Harms, Willamette, 7

Allie Roden, Clackamas, 7

Jazzy Davidson, Clackamas, 6

Mylee Lawrence, Jefferson, 6

Reyce Mogel, Clackamas, 6

Victoria Nguyen, Willamette, 6

Leila Nunez, Jefferson, 6

Rayanna Peterson, Southridge, 6

Brooklyn Wakefield, Grants Pass, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Avery Peterson, Clackamas, 5

Sara Schmerbach, South Medford, 5

Abrianna Lawrence, Jefferson, 5

Victoria Nguyen, Willamette, 5

Steals (3 or more)

Mauriana Hashemian-Orr, Benson, 7

Kimberly Ceron-Romero, South Medford, 4

Callie Brandes, Grants Pass, 3

Charisma Johnson, Jefferson, 4

Abrianna Lawrence, Jefferson, 3

Makenzee Lawrence, Jefferson, 3

Samarah Massey, Benson, 3

Brooklyn Wakefield, Grants Pass, 3

Maddy Warberg, Willamette, 3

Blocked shots (2 or more)

Jazzy Davidson, Clackamas, 4

Taliya McKelvey, Benson, 2

Carmela Nunez, Jefferson, 2

Avery Peterson, Clackamas, 2




No. 4 Jefferson (24-3) vs. No. 8 Southridge (22-5), 9 a.m.

No. 10 Jesuit (20-7) vs. No. 14 Grants Pass (18-10), 10:45 a.m.


No. 1 South Medford (24-3) vs. No. 5 Willamette (21-7), 6:30 p.m.

No. 2 Clackamas (23-3) vs. No. 6 Benson (22-4), 8:15 p.m.


At Chiles Center (Portland)

Thursday’s consolation games 

No. 4 Barlow 69, No. 8 Jesuit 39 

Brayden Barron had 23 points and 12 rebounds, Jalen Atkins notched 19 points, and the Bruins routed the Crusaders to earn a spot in the fourth-place game. 

Mason Bierbrauer added 11 points and Blake Hills came off the bench to pull down nine rebounds for Barlow (20-8), which led 37-19 at halftime. 

Pat Kilfoil scored 11 points and Ryan Barone put up seven bench points and six rebounds to pace Jesuit (18-10). 

No. 11 Grant 78, No. 2 Southridge 63 

The Generals used a balanced offensive attack and a big second half to ease past the Skyhawks and set up a fourth-place game with Barlow. 

Charlie Kapranos (22 points, eight assists), Quincy Scott (15), Vashon Hardges (14) and Zhalei Van (12) scored in double figures, and Grant (20-8) scored 44 points after halftime to pull away. 

Dante Scott went for 15 points, and Kaden Groenig and Keenan Reckamp put up 12 apiece in support of second-seeded Southridge (24-5). The Skyhawks led 18-14 after eight minutes before being outscored in each of the final three quarters. 




No. 1 Central Catholic (25-3) vs. No. 5 Tualatin (21-6), 1:30 p.m.

No. 3 Roosevelt (25-2) vs. No. 7 Beaverton (18-9), 3:15 p.m.


4th/6th Place

No. 4 Barlow (20-8) vs. No. 11 Grant (20-8), 8 a.m.

3rd/5th Place

No. 1 Central Catholic (25-3)/No. 5 Tualatin (21-6) vs. No. 3 Roosevelt (25-2)/No. 7 Beaverton (18-9), 11:30 a.m.


No. 1 Central Catholic (25-3)/No. 5 Tualatin (21-6) vs. No. 3 Roosevelt (25-2)/No. 7 Beaverton (18-9), 4:30 p.m. (TV: KRCW in Portland) 


At Linfield University (McMinnville)

Thursday's quarterfinals

No. 1 Silverton 53, No. 8 Mountain View 40 | Story, photos

Kyleigh Brown put up game highs of 26 points, 10 rebounds and six assists, and Grace Hayashida scored 12 points, helping the Foxes down the Cougars and advance to the semifinal round. 

Olivia Boyd chipped in six points and Justina Semerikov added five for Silverton (22-4). 

Kasey Booster tallied 15 points and Avery Andrews went for 14 points and nine rebounds to pace Mountain View (19-7), which trailed 33-17 at halftime. 

No. 5 Redmond 45, No. 4 Wilsonville 39 (OT) | Story, photos

Dylan Cheney scored a game-high 18 points, and the Panthers outlasted the Wildcats in overtime to move to the semifinals. 

Freya Snow had nine points with 12 rebounds, and Mylaena Norton pitched in eight points for Redmond (22-4). 

Gabi Moultrie managed nine points, and Audrey Counts (11 rebounds) and Payton Ratcliffe tossed in eight points apiece to lead Wilsonville (20-7). 

No. 6 South Albany 48, No. 3 Corvallis 38 | Story, photos

The RedHawks led by 16 and never trailed as they eased past the Mid-Willamette Conference rival Spartans en route to the semifinals. 

Taylor Donaldson dropped 17 points to go with nine rebounds, Maddie Angel had 11 points, and Kaylee Cordle chipped in nine points to pave the way for South Albany (21-6). 

Marlee Hammer scored 13 points, Holland Jensen had nine, and Kate Rueck added eight to back Corvallis (21-6). 

No. 2 Crater 55, No. 7 Springfield 39 | Story, photos

Abigail Winslow had 17 points and six steals, Sage Winslow put up 14 points with eight rebounds and eight steals, and the Comets downed the Midwestern League rival Millers to earn a spot in the semifinals. 

Lydia Traore added 12 points in 23 minutes, and Crater (25-1) forced 25 turnovers. 

Danaeja Romero-Ah Sam had 15 points and Diamond Wright pitched in nine points to help Springfield (18-9) stick around. 


Points (12 or more)

Kyleigh Brown, Silverton, 26

Dylan Cheney, Redmond, 18

Taylor Donaldson, South Albany, 17

Abigail Winslow, Crater, 17

Kasey Booster, Mountain View, 15

Danaeja Romero-Ah Sam, Springfield, 15

Avery Andrews, Mountain View, 14

Sage Winslow, Crater, 14

Marlee Hammer, Corvallis, 13

Grace Hayashida, Silverton, 12

Lydia Traore, Crater, 12

Rebounds (6 or more)

Freya Snow, Redmond, 12

Audrey Counts, Wilsonville, 11

Kyleigh Brown, Silverton, 10

Avery Andrews, Mountain View, 9

Taylor Donaldson, South Albany, 9

Fareeda ElManhawy, Wilsonville, 8

Payton Ratcliffe, Wilsonville, 8

Sage Winslow, Crater, 8

Dylan Cheney, Redmond, 7

Allie Mansur, Silverton, 7

Aspen Morris, Redmond, 7

Kayla Morris, Springfield, 7

Maddie Angel, South Albany, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Kyleigh Brown, Silverton, 6

Ava Marshall, South Albany, 5

Kasey Booster, Mountain View, 4

Gabi Moultrie, Wilsonville, 4

Steals (3 or more)

Sage Winslow, Crater, 8

Abigail Winslow, Crater, 6

Kyleigh Brown, Silverton, 4

Jadyn Kipe, Wilsonville, 4

Mylaena Norton, Redmond, 4

Darissa Romero-Ah Sam, Springfield, 4

Freya Snow, Redmond, 4

Azlynn Ure, Redmond, 4

Kasey Booster, Mountain View, 3

Kaylee Cordle, South Albany, 3

Kayla Morris, Springfield, 3

Danaeja Romero-Ah Sam, Springfield, 3

Lydia Traore, Crater, 3

Blocked shots (2 or more)

Payton Ratcliffe, Wilsonville, 5

Fareeda ElManhawy, Wilsonville, 3

Olivia Boyd, Silverton, 2 

Taylor Donaldson, South Albany, 2

Alexa Gugliotta, Crater, 2

Lydia Traore, Crater, 2

Diamond Wright, Springfield, 2




No. 4 Wilsonville (20-7) vs. No. 8 Mountain View (19-7), 9 a.m.

No. 3 Corvallis (21-6) vs. No. 7 Springfield (18-9), 10:45 a.m.


No. 1 Silverton (22-4) vs. No. 5 Redmond (22-4), 6:30 p.m.

No. 2 Crater (25-1) vs. No. 6 South Albany (21-6), 8:15 p.m.


At Linfield University (McMinnville)

Thursday’s consolation games

No. 5 West Albany 51, No. 9 Mountain View 48

Gavin Aguilar drained a three-pointer with seven seconds remaining, leading the Bulldogs over the Cougars in a back-and-forth affair. 

Owen Hopkins led all scorers with 20 points, Tyson Walker had nine points, and Aguilar and Aiden Metzker finished with seven points apiece to carry West Albany (23-5) in a game with nine lead changes. 

Quincy Townsend dropped 17 points, and Ian Prictor tallied 10 points and 14 rebounds for Mountain View (16-12). 

No. 7 Redmond 68, No. 3 North Eugene 58 

The Panthers sank eight three-pointers, made 14 of 15 free throws and never trailed in a comfortable win over the Highlanders. 

Jack Snyder poured in 31 points, Ian Pearson dropped 15, and Wyatt Horner added 11 to send Redmond (19-9) to a consolation bracket final matchup with West Albany. 

Caiden Gould notched 20 points with nine rebounds, Jonas Spencer had 12 points off the bench, and India Mohiuddin added 11 points to pace North Eugene (22-6), which trailed 40-31 at halftime.




No. 1 Summit (22-4) vs. No. 4 Woodburn (22-4), 1:30 p.m.

No. 2 Wilsonville (24-3) vs. No. 6 Putnam (22-4), 3:15 p.m.


4th/6th Place

No. 5 West Albany (23-5) vs. No. 7 Redmond (19-9), 8 a.m.

3rd/5th Place

No. 1 Summit (22-4)/No. 4 Woodburn (22-4) vs. No. 2 Wilsonville (24-3)/No. 6 Putnam (22-4), 1:30 p.m.


No. 1 Summit (22-4)/No. 4 Woodburn (22-4) vs. No. 2 Wilsonville (24-3)/No. 6 Putnam (22-4), 3:30 p.m. 


At Forest Grove High School

Thursday's quarterfinals

No. 1 Astoria 54, No. 9 Stayton 49

The Fishermen used an 18-5 third quarter to pull away and held off a late charge from the Eagles to advance to the semifinals. 

Maitlin Young (18 points), Malory Dundas (14) and Shelby Bruney (14) finished in double figures to carry Astoria (22-4). 

Kathryn Samek scored 15 points off the bench and Liv Smart put up 14 points to help Stayton (19-5) hang around. The Eagles outscored the Fisherman 18-8 over the final eight minutes but could get no closer than the final margin. 

No. 4 Cascade 51, No. 5 Klamath Union 28

Maddie Dustin scored 20 points to go with nine rebounds, and the Cougars won every quarter in a comfortable victory over the Pelicans. 

Rozalynn Schmunk pitched in 12 points and 11 rebounds, and Pearl Pruett added seven points off the bench for Cascade (18-7). 

Keely Hall pulled down a whopping 18 rebounds and scored nine points to star for Klamath Union (17-4). Andi Harmon added six bench points. 

No. 3 Philomath 55, No. 11 Marist Catholic 23 

Zoee Howard (12 points), Reagan Heiken (11) and Anneka Steen (10 and eight rebounds) scored in double digits, leading the Warriors past the Spartans and to the semifinal round. 

Philomath (21-5) led 28-9 at halftime and forced 24 turnovers in the victory. 

Addie Ruckwardt went for eight points, six rebounds and six steals, and Kaylynn Guevara contributed seven points and six rebounds for Marist Catholic (12-12).

No. 2 Henley 81, No. 7 Madras 54

The Hornets dominated the glass (50-33), forced 18 turnovers and won every quarter to breeze by the White Buffaloes and set up a date with Philomath. 

Annie Campos (17), Anna Harper (14), Jewell Northcutt (12) and Senia Campos (10) reached double digits in points to carry Henley (22-2) to the semifinals. 

Sasha Esquiro had 14 points and Katelyn Tanewasha scored 12 to pace Madras (18-7). The White Buffaloes missed 12 free throws and 14 three-point attempts. 


Points (12 or more)

Maddie Dustin, Cascade, 20

Maitlin Young, Astoria, 18

Annie Campos, Henley, 17

Kathryn Samek, Stayton, 15

Shelby Bruney, Astoria, 14

Malory Dundas, Astoria, 14

Sasha Esquiro, Madras, 14

Anna Harper, Henley, 14

Liv Smart, Stayton, 14

Zoee Howard, Philomath, 12

Jewell Northcutt, Henley, 12

Rozalynn Schmunk, Cascade, 12

Katelyn Tanewasha, Madras, 12

Rebounds (6 or more)

Keely Hall, Klamath Union, 18

Anna Harper, Henley, 15

Rozalyyn Schmunk, Cascade, 11

Maddie Dustin, Cascade, 9

Rylan Davis, Madras, 8

Anneka Steen, Philomath, 8

Annie Campos, Henley, 7

Kenzi Hollenbeck, Stayton, 7

Kaylynn Guevara, Marist Catholic, 6

Addie Ruckwardt, Marist Catholic, 6

Prestyn Schade, Henley, 6

Avia Tuduldur, Marist Catholic, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Annie Campos, Henley, 5

Rylan Davis, Madras, 5

Liv Smart, Stayton, 5

Avery Biederman, Astoria, 4

Shelby Bruney, Astoria, 4

Dianara Peña, Klamath Union, 4

Steals (3 or more)

Rylan Davis, Madras, 8

Addie Ruckwardt, Marist Catholic, 6

Annie Campos, Henley, 4

Liv Smart, Stayton, 4

Shelby Bruney, Astorian, 3

Lily Fussell, Henley, 3

Anna Harper, Henley, 3

Rozalynn Schmunk, Cascade, 3

Anneka Steen, Philomath, 3

Kshalee Thomas, Klamath Union, 3

Blocked shots (2 or more)

Kaylynn Guevara, Marist Catholic, 3

Rozalynn Schmunk, Cascade, 3

Anneka Steen, Philomath, 2




No. 5 Klamath Union (17-4) vs. No. 9 Stayton (19-5), 9 a.m.

No. 7 Madras (18-7) vs. No. 11 Marist Catholic (12-12), 10:45 a.m.


No. 1 Astoria (22-4) vs. No. 4 Cascade (18-7), 6:30 p.m.

No. 2 Henley (22-2) vs. No. 3 Philomath (21-5), 8:15 p.m.


At Forest Grove High School

Thursday's quarterfinals

No. 1 Cascade 62, No. 8 Madras 36

The Cougars won all four quarters and got big performances from two players to cruise past the White Buffaloes. 

Landon Knox dropped a game-high 26 points and Anthony Best went for 18 points and 11 rebounds, providing the bulk of the firepower for Cascade (21-4). 

Maikel Poland had 12 points and Seneca Ball chipped in 11 for Madras (18-7). The White Buffaloes, who trailed 26-13 at halftime, shot 16% (4 of 25) from three-point range

No. 4 Baker 51, No. 5 Philomath 30 

Hudson Spike put up 12 points off the bench and Jaxon Logsdon scored 10 points to lead six players with at least five points, and the Bulldogs cruised by the Warriors to the semifinals.

Isaiah Jones grabbed a team-high eight rebounds and contributed five points for Baker (26-1). 

Preston Kramer had a game-high 16 points and Jacob Peters snagged six rebounds to lead Philomath (19-7), which trailed 27-10 at halftime.

No. 6 Marist Catholic 46, No. 14 Crook County 42 

Taylor Iverson (12 points), Peyton Tyner (11) and Kai Holmes (11) landed in double figures in scoring, and the Spartans surged past the Cowboys in the final period to keep alive their title hopes. 

Kaden Erlenbush added eight points to go with 11 rebounds for Marist Catholic (17-7), which seized control with a 17-11 fourth quarter. 

Logan Mathews had 13 points and 11 rebounds, and Bryce Lowenbach also scored 13 points to provide the spark for Crook County (17-8). 

No. 2 Junction City 54, No. 7 Henley 45 

Cooper Rothenberger dropped 16 points, Keivon Riley scored 15 points and dished out seven assists, and the Tigers erased a halftime deficit with a dominant second half in a hard-fought win over the Hornets. 

Avery Thomas added nine points with six rebounds for Junction City (22-3), which outscored Henley 29-13 in the second half. 

Markus McCreadie put up 15 points and Owen Harper had 12 points with six rebounds to help keep Henley (16-8) close.


Points (12 or more) 

Landon Knox, Cascade, 26

Anthony Best, Cascade, 18

Preston Kramer, Philomath, 16

Cooper Rothenberger, Junction City, 16

Markus McCreadie, Henley, 15

Keivon Riley, Junction City, 15

Bryce Lowenbach, Crook County, 13

Logan Mathews, Crook County, 13

Owen Harper, Henley, 12

Taylor Iverson, Marist Catholic, 12

Maikel Poland, Madras, 12

Hudson Spike, Baker, 12

Rebounds (6 or more)

Matthew Suppah-Scott, Madras, 12

Anthony Best, Cascade, 11

Kaden Erlenbush, Marist Catholic, 11

Logan Mathews, Crook County, 11

Isaiah Jones, Baker, 8

Droiy Comstock, Cascade, 7

Bryce Lowenbach, Crook County, 7

Owen Harper, Henley, 6

Jacob Peters, Philomath, 6

Avery Thomas, Junction City, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Keivon Riley, Junction City, 7

Aiden Hayes, Philomath, 5

Paul Hobson, Baker, 5

Peyton Tyner, Marist Catholic, 5

Kai Holmes, Marist Catholic, 4

Maikel Poland, Madras, 4

Skytus Smith, Madras, 4

Steals (3 or more)

Kiernen Teasdale, Crook County, 5

Paul Hobson, Baker, 4

Jace Jonas, Crook County, 4

Keivon Riley, Junction City, 4

Kaden Erlenbush, Marist Catholic, 3 

Peyton Tyner, Marist Catholic, 3

Blocked shots (2 or more)

Markus McCreadie, Henley, 3

Kaden Erlenbush, Marist Catholic, 2

Bryce Lowenbach, Crook County, 2




No. 5 Philomath (19-7) vs. No. 8 Madras (18-7), 9 a.m.

No. 7 Henley (16-8) vs. No. 14 Crook County (17-8), 10:45 a.m.


No. 1 Cascade (21-4) vs. No. 4 Baker (26-1), 1:30 p.m. 

No. 2 Junction City (22-3) vs. No. 6 Marist Catholic (17-7), 3:15 p.m.