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BOYS BASKETBALL

CENTRAL VALLEY

Sprague 44, McNary 30: Devvon Gage led the Olympians with 11 points as Sprague came out on top in a low-scoring game against the host Celtics.

Johnathan Doutt led the way for McNary with 10 points.

SPR– Devvon Gage 11, Kim 10, Brotton 8, Parsell 8, Morgan 7, Frazier, Long, Collins. Totals 16 9-11 44.

MCN– Johnathan Doutt 10, Dunagan 9, McCowan 7, Goff 2, Taylor 2, Montano, Christenson, Gosling, Kiser. Totals 12 3-5 30.

Sprague 9 10 13 12 — 44
McNary 8 4 12 6 — 30

3-point goals: SPR 3 (Parsell 2, Kim 1); MCN 3 (Dunagan 1, Doutt 1, McCowan 1).

Records: McNary (5-11, 0-3).

JV– McNary. JV2– McNary.

North Salem 50, McKay 49: Dillon James scored 21 points and Jorge Garibay added 14 points for the Royal Scots but the Vikings held off a run from McKay in the final two minutes to earn the road win.

Malik Leaks scored 16 points to lead North Salem.

NS— Malik Leaks 16; Sausada 2; Quevedo 15; Tautsig 3; Cvanas 4; Jones 5; Williams 5; Green; Bobbit. Totals: 20, 8-14, 50.

McK— Dillon James 21; Garibay 14; Sanders 6; Sterling 3; Ochoa 5; Harris; Roberts; Smith. Totals: 19, 3-8, 49.

North Salem 13 14 13 10 — 50
McKay 13 10 5 21 — 49

3-point goals: NS, 2 (Leaks; Williams); McK, 8 (Garibay, 4; James, 2; Ochoa; Sterling).

JV– McKay.

OREGON WEST

Stayton 49, Taft 47: Andrew Reardon led the Eagles with 19 points as Stayton edged the visiting Tigers.

TAFT– Ian Williams 12, Martin 11, Lopez 5, Eastman 5, Lopez 12, Knudson 2. Totals 19-47 0-1 47

STAY– Andrew Reardon 19, Johnson 12, Eaparza , Brown 5, Buchheit 9, Chappell 4. Totals 20-42 5-9 49

Taft 9 15 8 15 — 47
Stayton 12 8 17 12 — 49

3-point goals: TAFT 9 (Williams 4, Martin 3, Lopez 1, Eastman 1), STAY 4 (Johnson 2, Buchheit 1, Brown 1).

TRI-RIVER

Western Mennonite 71, Culver 46: Victor Hess had a big night with 23 points and 16 rebounds as the Pioneers topped the visiting Bulldogs.

CUL– Gerson Gonzalez 17, Slaght 8, Gibson 8, Fritz 7, Daugherty 4, McDonald 2, Leeper, LeQuier. Totals 17 10-16 46.

WM– Victor Hess 23, Birky 9, Roth 8, Wisseman 6, Stubblefield 6, Garrett 5, Stovall 5, Xiong 5, Martinez 4, Chao, Oyer, DeJong. Totals 25 15-20 71.

Culver 12 11 16 7 — 46
Western Mennoite 11 22 15 23 — 71

3-point goals: CUL 2 (Gonzalez 1, Fritz 1); WM 6 (Roth 2, Birky 1, Hess 1, Stovall 1). Rebounds: CUL 19 (Gonzalez 6); WM 37 (Hess 16). Assists: CUL 8 (Gonzalez 4); WM 13 (Martinez 4).

Records: Western Mennonite (11-6, 4-2).

JV– Western Mennonite. JV2– Amity d. Western Mennonite.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

CLASS 5A COACHES POLL

1. Springfield (5)…50

2. Willamette…43

3. West Albany…42

4. Corvallis…33

5. Milwaukie…29

6. The Dalles-Wahtonka…26

7. Bend…11

8. Mountain View…10

9. Summit…8

10. Hermiston…7

Others receiving votes– Lebanon 6, Marist 3, Dallas 2.

CENTRAL VALLEY

McNary 62, Sprague 27: Madie Hingston had 12 points to lead the Celtics, who claimed the road win against the Olympians.

Meghan Daniels led Sprague with 10 points in the loss.

MCN– Madie Hingston 12, Strand 10, Koenig 9, Tartak 8, Rohl 8, Hudgins 8, Titchenal 4, Flores 2, Peterson 1, Ernest, Rice. Totals 28 5-10 62.

SPR– Meghan Daniels 10, Kerzman 6, Macaitis-Smith 5, Brown 4, Bowers 2, Vlahandreas, Carter, Schmelling, Murrell, Puckett. Totals 10 5-6 27.

McNary 19 19 15 9 — 62
Sprague 7 9 9 2 — 27

3-point goals: MCN 1 (Hingston 1); SPR 2 (Daniels 2). Rebounds: MCN 37 (Koenig 6, Hingston 6, Strand 6); SPR 21 (Brown 4). Assists: MCN 11 (Hingston 3).

Records: Sprague .

JV– McNary.

South Salem 56, West Salem 33

WS– Mary Savoy 12, Scoggins 9, I. Savoy 7, Hopper 3, Olson 2, Varney, Boman, Erdrich, Baudin, Aiello. Totals 12 8-14 33.

SS– Katie McWilliams 14, Bodine 13, Wilcox 6, Woodvine 8, Mooreman 3, Wasser 2, Gardner 2, Alcantar 2, Donovan 2, McNally 4, Swanson. Totals 22 6-12 56.

West Salem 10 9 9 5 — 33
South Salem 13 17 16 10

3-point goals: WS 1 (Scoggins 1); SS 6 (Bodine 3, McWilliams 2, Moorman 1).

OREGON WEST

Cascade 79, Newport 52: Kassi Sanders le all scorers with 19 points as the Cougars won their league opener against the host Cubs.

CAS– Kassi Sanders 19, Biddington 10, Trump 12, Lowder 8, Loukajarvi 6, Marquez 10, Bartlett 7, Lund 2, Suelzle 3, Gaetz 2, Wilson. Totals 36 4-13 79.

NEW– Kacie Hurgett 15, Lavender 2, Solano 3, Miller 5, Schones 5, Henderson 1, Wagner 10, Lasier 7, Thompson 4. Totals 18 14-26 52.

Cascade 23 12 25 19 — 79
Newport 13 4 16 19 — 52

3-point goals: CAS 3 (Sanders 2, Trump 1); NEW 2 (Solano 1, Lasier 1).

Records: Cascade (10-4, 1-0).

JV– Cascade.

PACWEST

Scio 48, Pleasant Hill 47: Riley Graham scored 19 points and Paige Graham added 17, including a put-back basket with 15 seconds remaining that gave the Loggers the win against the host Billies.

The final score was the only lead of the night for Scio, which improved to 6-0 in league play.

SCIO– Riley Graham 19, P. Graham 17, Keesee 4, Rimer 4, Shelton 2, Dezurney 2, Cortez, Moore. Totals 15 14-22 48.

PH– Ashley Howard 19, Leavitt 9, Stevens 6, Brown 6, Boyd 5, Edmisten 2, Brooks, Williams. Totals 18 11-17 47.

Scio 8 13 14 13 — 48
Pleasant Hill 14 13 11 9 — 47

3-point goals: SCIO 4 (P. Graham 4); PH 0.

Records: Scio (11-6, 6-0).

JV– Pleasant Hill.

Chemawa 68, Toledo 40: Adina Thomas scored 15 points to lead the host Braves to the easy win against the Boomers.

TOL– Amanda McMillan 20, Phinney 9, Karnes 2, Brown 2, Cadwalladen 5, Blodgett 3, Marthallen, Rizzio, Kropf, Stretch, Chirrick, McKinney, Vivoda. Totals 23 4-12 40.

CHEM– Adina Thomas 15, Shoyo 4, Riggs 2, Bradley 3, Coulston 8, Brisbois 13, Sours 2, Want 1, Hotch 9, Prettyweasel 11. Totals 25 12-20 68.

Toledo 12 12 5 11 — 40
Chemawa 17 19 18 14 — 68

3-point goals: TOL 0; CHEM 6 (Coulston 2, Brisbois 2, Shoyo 1, Thomas 1).

Records: Chemawa (6-2, 3-1).

JV– Toledo.

TRI-RIVER

Regis 71, Central Linn 11: Rebecca Lorenz led the Rams with 13 points as they shot out to a 25-2 lead after one quarter and rolled to the victory against the Cobras.

The win pushed Regis to 6-0 in Tri-River play and 15-1 overall.

REG– Rebecca Lorenz 13, M. Webb 12, B. Lorenz 11, Morris 9, Rickman 8, Van Veen 4, K. Webb 3, Malcom 4, Chamberland 2, Stuckart 5. Totals 30 5-16 71.

CL– Wright 4, Belcaftro 2, Kaznack 2, Dawnen 2, Vaughn 1, Smith, McDermott, Robinson, Prim. Totals 5 1-6 11.

Regis 25 16 21 9 — 71
Central Linn 2 2 0 7 — 11

3-point goals: REG 6 (Morris 3, R. Lorenz 1, Rickman 1, Stuckart 1); CL 0. Rebounds: REG 41 (B. Lorenz 9). Assists: REG 15 (Morris 5).

Records: Regis (15-1, 6-0).

Western Mennonite 66, Culver 41: Kari Louthan scored 17 points and handed out seven assists and Elyssa Fahndrich connected on four 3-pointers and scored 12 points to power the host Pioneers past the Bulldogs.

CUL– Hannah Lewis 12, McKinney 6, Seehawer 6, Sandy 4, Slaght 3, Fritz 8, Hoke 2. Totals 17-46 7-10 41.

WM– Kari Louthan 17, Fahndrich 12, Christenson 4, Gibb 11, Loyd 10, A. Rausch 4, Mast 6, C. Rausch 2, Mack, Larson, Knieling, Chen. Totals 24-51 10-16 66.

Culver 8 9 15 9 — 41
Western Mennonite 26 20 15 5 — 66

3-point goals: CUL 0; WM 8 (Fahndrich 4, Christenson 1, Louthan 1, Mast 2). Rebounds: CUL 21 (Hoke 5); WM 29 (Loyd 6). Assists: CUL 12 (Seehawer 3); WM 13 (Louthan 7).

Records: Western Mennonite (14-2, 6-1).

JV– Culver.

HIGH SCHOOLS

BOYS BASKETBALL

CENTRAL VALLEY

West Salem 63, South Salem 55 (OT): Alex Roth scored 21 points Tuesday and the Titans outlasted the Saxons in overtime to remain undefeated in league play.

Gabe Matthews led the way for South Salem, scoring 17 points in the loss.

SS– Gabe Matthews 17, Huun 15, Large 14, Fohn 5, Cabrerra 2, Wurgler 2, Martz, James, Merryweather, Ferry. Totals 23 8-14 55.

WS– Alex Roth 21, Erickson 18, Henry 10, Fedler 5, Hlad 4, Capelle 3, J. Cavell 2, Hall. Totals 19 23-33 63.

South Salem 12 18 13 6 6 — 55
West Salem 18 13 12 6 14 — 63

3-point goals: SS (Fohn 1); WS 2 (Erickson 1, Henry 1). Rebounds: WS 22 (Henry 8).

Records: West Salem (14-2, 3-0).

JV– West Salem. JV2– South Salem.

OREGON WEST

Newport 48, Cascade 40: The top-ranked Cougars cut the Cubs’ lead to 43-40 with 1:30 remaining, but Newport hit free throws down the stretch to finish off the upset win on Tuesday.

Josh Delamarter scored a game-high 18 points for Cascade.

NEW– White 16, Luther 11, Richcreek 6, McEntee 6, Gates 4, Winters 3, Hoeft, Hyduchak. Totals 14 17-28 48.

CAS– Josh Delamarter 18, P. Vettrus 11, Clark 8, Kruse 2, Molan 1, Schirmer, J. Vettrus, Soto. Totals 16 5-11 40

Newport 12 6 9 21 — 48
Cascade 10 5 13 12 — 40

Philomath 57, Central 26: The Panthers managed just 26 points on 21 percent shooting and fell to the host Warriors on Tuesday.

CEN— Kelton Chapman 7; Bal 4; Cutsforth 2; Fox 2; Cruickshank 2; Prescott 2; Finnegan 4; Powell 2; Flemming 1; Banson; Hobgood; Kantola; Magill; Garza; Lindley. Totals: 10, 3-9, 26.

PHIL— Nash 16; DeSaulnier 15; Chambers 9; Noble 8; Bennett 3; Buddingh 3; Nelson 2; Ecker 1; Thomas; Houck; Barkley; Bannuelas; Marchant; Lehmen. Totals: 20, 9-16, 57.

Central 7 4 6 9 — 26
Philomath 19 10 19 9 — 57

3-point goals: CEN, 3 (Chapman, 2; Bal); PHIL, 5 (Nash, 4; Chambers).

JV– Philomath.

WEST VALLEY

Gervais 69, Willamina 46: Adam Jaramillo scored 17 points Tuesday to lead all scorers as the host Cougars defeated the Bulldogs.

Tyson Jahn led the Bulldogs with 10 points.

WILL— Tyson Jahn 10; Loera 9; Thomas 9; Bruckner 7; Boardman 6; Davis 3; Healon; Ebensteiner, R.; Ebensteiner, B.; Goodman; Hubbell; Hichler. Totals: 18, 5-14, 46

GER— Adam Jaramillo 17; Scott 12; Villegas, D. 11; Kelley 10; Garcia 9; Guerrero, J. 4; Villegas, L. 3; Paniagua 2; Herinckx 2; Nibler; Leiva. Totals: 28, 9-17, 69.

Willamina 10 11 17 8 — 46
Gervais 11 13 18 27 — 69

3-point goals: WILL, 5 (Thomas, 3; Bruckner; Davis); GER, 4 (Villegas, D., 3; Garcia).

Dayton 58, Colton 41: Nathan Bernards had 16 points and 11 rebounds and Corwin Hiatt added 15 points and 10 rebounds as the host Pirates took down the Vikings on Tuesday night.

COL– Flores 18, Hall 5, Jones 5, Robey, Norton2, Knott, Stancyzk 3, Basargin 8, Raasch. Totals 14-44 5-9 41.

DAY– Nathan Bernards 16, Hiatt 15, Jones 7, Nowlin 6, Sutton 8, White 2Blanco, Cruz, Ashley 4, Letney. Totals 24-58 8-17 58.

Colton 15 3 16 7 — 41
Dayton 9 17 18 14 — 58

3-point goals: COL 8 (Flores 3, Hall 1, Jones 1, Stancyzk 1, Basargin 2); DAY 2 (Jones 1, Bernards 1). Rebounds: COL 27 (Norton 8); DAY 47 (Bernards 11, Hiatt 10). Assists: COL 6 (Jones 2); DAY 15 (Sutton 5).

PACWEST

Creswell 51, Jefferson 36: Nick Petzold scored 14 points, including four three-pointers, but the Lions fell at home to the Bulldogs on Tuesday.

CRES— Toman 23; Foster 18; Jones 6; Pruitt 4; Kounovsky; Gould. Totals: 21, 8-11, 51.

JEFF— Nick Petzold 14; Prunk 10; Strait, M. 6; Epps 4; Wheeler 2; Eddleman; Schmitt; McCoy; Strait, C.; Guzman. Totals: 15, 0-4, 36.

Creswell 8 9 18 16 — 51
Jefferson 13 12 8 3 — 36

3-point goals: CRES, 1 (Foster); JEFF, 6 (Petzold, 4; Prunk, 2).

JV– Creswell.

Chemawa 53, Toledo 50: Jordan Shields scored 18 points for the Braves in their win Tuesday against the visiting Boomers.

TOL— Ammons 16; Ehrman 15; Marchant 8; Croft 9; Otis 1; Marthaller 1; Stam; Tobert. Totals: 13, 9-17, 50.

CHEM— Jordan Shields 18; Boatwright 12; Swimptkin 8; Bonito 7; Smartt 2; Dolphus 2; Holliday 2; Burnette 2; Isadore. Totals: 20, 10-15, 53.

Toledo 13 8 12 17 — 50
Chemawa 12 12 9 20 — 53

3-point goals: TOL, 5 (Marchant, 2; Ehrman; Croft; Ammons); CHEM, 1 (Swimptkin).

JV– Chemawa.

TRI-RIVER

Regis 58, Central Linn 40: Adam Moore scored 20 points Tuesday to lead the Rams past the host Eagles.

REG— Adam Moore 20; Rodriguez, V. 18; Piccirilli 9; Rodriguez, D. 5; Minten 4; Moll 2; Fessler; Reynolds; Frith; Keudell. Totals: 22, 12-18, 58.

CEN— Alexi Heraley 9; Smith, W. 8; Smith, M. 6; Heiss 5; Walker 4; Pettner 4; Meyr 2; Vaughn 2; Debban; Isom. Totals: 15, 4-8, 40.

Regis 14 11 12 21 — 58
Central Linn 11 6 12 11 — 40

3-point goals: REG, 2 (Rodriguez, V.; Rodriguez, D.); CEN, 6 (Smith, M., 2; Smith, W., 2; Heraley; Heiss).

JV– Regis .

GIRLS BASKETBALL

OREGON WEST

Stayton 49, Taft 32: Presley Gescher scored 17 points to lead all scorers as the Eagles defeated the visiting Tigers on Tuesday.

TAFT— Taylor Adams 11; Wisniewski 10; Mason 7; Knudson 2; Vasquez 2; Martin; Wilkenson; Taunten. Totals: 12, 3-11, 32.

STAY— Presley Gescher 17; Summers 7; Bradley 7; Pietrok 5; Hemphill 4; Shryock 3; Gross 3; Cowan 2; Anderson 1. Totals: 15, 15-22, 49.

Taft 5 3 9 15 — 32
Stayton 13 9 13 14 — 49

3-point goals: TAFT, 5 (Adams, 3; Wisniewski, 2); STAY, 4 (Gescher, 2; Bradley; Peitrok).

JV– Stayton.

Central 40, Philomath 39: Maddy Pape had team-high honors with 13 points for the Panthers, who held off the Warriors on Friday to claim the road win.

CEN– Maddy Pape 13, S. Tapasa 7, Huffman 6, Cutsforth 5, Riddell 4, M. Tapasa 3, Nash 1, Huhn 1. Totals 16 8-14 40.

PHIL– Stephenson 14, Lehman 9, Cherck 6, Jensen 5, Thomas 2, Hindscouk 2, Marshall 1, Wendland. Totals 15 4-6 39.

Central 10 20 6 4 — 40
Philomath 8 7 13 11 — 39

3-point goals: CEN 0; PHIL 5 (Stephenson 4, Lehman 1). Rebounds: CEN 32 (Cutsforth 16), PHIL 17.

Records: Central (10-4, 1-0), Philomath (0-1).

JV– Philomath. JV2– Philomath.

WEST VALLEY

Willamina 42, Gervais 37: Kyra Toney scored a game-high 12 points to lead the Bulldogs past the host Cougars on Tuesday.

Amy Stott led Gervais with 12 points in the loss.

WILL— Kyra Toney 12; Wilson 7; France 6; Holsclaw 6; Anderson, K. 5; Stackpole 4; Anderson, W. 2. Totals: 14, 12-22, 42.

GER— Amy Stott 12; Turner 8; Jaramillo 7; Ortiz 6; Orozco 4; Toran; Rush. Totals: 13, 9-20, 37.

Willamina 13 7 11 11 — 42
Gervais 8 12 11 6 — 37

3-point goals: WILL, 2 (Anderson, K.; Toney); GER, 2 (Stott; Turner).

TRI-RIVER

Kennedy 50, Santiam 35: Amelia Grosjacques had 10 points to lead the Trojans on Tuesday as they defeated the Wolverines.

SAN– Davidson 14, B. Thompson 8, H. Thompson 6, Santos 5, Arndt 2, M. Reeser, L. Reeser, Clark. Totals 12 9-19 35.

KEN– Amelia Grosjacques 10, Boen 9, Stokley 6, Susee 6, Hill 6, Sprauer 6, Kloft 3, Pranger 2, Melsness 2. Totals 17 14-21 50.

Santiam 4 11 9 11 — 35
Kennedy 12 7 12 19 — 50

3-point goals: SAN 2 (Santos 1, H. Thompson 1); KEN 2 (Sprauer 1, Boen 1). Rebounds: KEN 22 (Hill 6). Assists: KEN 10 (Susee 5). Steals: KEN 19 (Susee 11).

Records: Kennedy (8-7, 3-1).

JV– Kennedy.

COLLEGES

FOOTBALL

Oregon State: Beavers head coach Mike Riley announced the promotions of Jay Locey from assistant head coach to Chief of Staff and Trent Bray from a graduate assistant position to full-time assistant coach for linebackers.

With these moves, Oregon State will now have four full-time coaches on both offense and defense to create balance on both sides of the ball.

Locey, former head coach at Linfield, just completed his seventh season as a coach, the last four with the position responsibility for tight ends and the previous three with the Beaver wide receivers. His new role includes the responsibilities of prescreening of opponents, team building activities, leadership development, career/job placement opportunities for OSU football student-athletes, Varsity “O” Football alumni engagement, fundraising, coordinating incoming football student-athletes into the summer BEST Program (high school to college academic/athletics transition), and high school and community relations.

Locey is one of the most successful coaches in the history of small college football. The five-time Northwest Conference Coach of the Year led Linfield to the 2004 NCAA Division III title and in 10 years as the head coach, guided the program to a record of 84-18, including a streak of 41 consecutive wins.

“I’m very excited to have Jay in this new role,” Riley said. “There is no better person than Jay to fill this crucial role because he has a great football mind, is an excellent communicator and has a genuine ability to connect with people.”

Bray is one of the most accomplished linebackers to ever play at OSU, returning to Corvallis to serve as a graduate assistant coach last season. He spent the 2009-11 seasons as the linebackers coach at Arizona State, the last two as full-time after serving 2009 as a graduate assistant.

GYMNASTICS

Oregon State: Beavers senior Hailey Gaspar was selected Pac-12 Freshman/Newcomer of the Week.

Gaspar, from Los Alamitos, Calif., tallied the best score of her OSU career so far to help the Beavers to a 195.375-195.000 win over then-No. 14 Ohio State. Gaspar, who is a senior transfer from Boise State, scored 9.875 on vault to tie for first on the event.

— Staff, news services

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