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

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

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

Photo by Taylor Balkom  



At Chiles Center (Portland) 

Friday’s semifinals 

No. 1 Central Catholic 73, No. 5 Tualatin 67

Isaac Carr and Zamir Paschal scored 17 points apiece and Marley Zeller and Tony Angelo put up 12 points each to lead five starters in double digits as the Rams clawed past the Timberwolves to land a spot in the final. 

Duce Paschal added 10 points and had four steals, and Robbie Long contributed five bench points to round out the scoring for Central Catholic (26-3). 

Jaden Steppe notched a game-high 23 points, Jemai Lake tallied 15, and Cole Javernick and Nolan Keeney had nine each to lead Tualatin (21-7), which took a three-point lead to the fourth quarter but committed 21 turnovers in the loss. 

No. 3 Roosevelt 73, No. 7 Beaverton 45

The Roughriders coasted to a big early lead and controlled the glass on their way to a dominant victory over the Beavers. 

Chance White scored 17 points, Owen Nathan had 14 points with 11 rebounds, and Terrence Hill Jr. and Syrius Owens chipped in 11 points apiece to power Roosevelt (26-2) to the final. 

Aidan Rice dropped a game-high 21 points and Max Elmgren had seven points and seven rebounds to highlight the effort for Beaverton (18-10). The Beavers, who trailed 38-17 at halftime, committed 16 turnovers and were outrebounded 47-28.


Points (12 or more)

Brayden Barron, Barlow, 23

Jaden Steppe, Tualatin, 23

Charlie Kapranos, Grant, 22

Aidan Rice, Beaverton, 21

Jalen Atkins, Barlow, 19

Isaac Carr, Central Catholic, 17

Zamir Paschal, Central Catholic, 17

Chance White, Roosevelt, 17

Jemai Lake, Tualatin, 15

Dante Scott, Southridge, 15

Quincy Scott, Grant, 15

Vashon Hardges, Grant, 14

Owen Nathan, Roosevelt, 14

Tony Angelo, Central Catholic, 12

Kaden Groenig, Southridge, 12

Keenan Reckamp, Southridge, 12

Zhalei Van, Grant, 12

Marley Zeller, Central Catholic, 12

Rebounds (6 or more)

Brayden Barron, Barlow, 12

Demir Johnson, Roosevelt, 11

Owen Nathan, Roosevelt, 11

Blake Hills, Barlow, 9

Terrence Hill Jr., Roosevelt, 8

Zamir Paschal, Central Catholic, 8

Jaden Steppe, Tualatin, 8

Max Elmgren, Beaverton, 7

Chance Winter, Beaverton, 7

Marley Zeller, Central Catholic, 7

Ryan Barone, Jesuit, 6

Utrillo Morris, Roosevelt, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Charlie Kapranos, Grant, 8

Kaden Groenig, Southridge, 7

Zhalei Van, Grant, 6

Jaden Steppe, Tualatin, 5

Terrence Hill Jr., Roosevelt, 4

Steals (3 or more)

Duce Paschal, Central Catholic, 4

Tony Angelo, Central Catholic, 3

Vashon Hardges, Grant, 3

Robbie Long, Central Catholic, 3

Elijah Thompson, Southridge, 3

Blocked shots (2 or more)

Chance Winter, Beaverton, 4

Duce Paschal, Central Catholic, 2



4th/6th Place

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

3rd/5th Place 

No. 5 Tualatin (21-7) vs. No. 7 Beaverton (18-10), 11:30 a.m.


No. 1 Central Catholic (26-3) vs. No. 3 Roosevelt (26-2), 4:30 p.m. (TV: KRCW in Portland)


At Chiles Center (Portland)

Friday’s semifinals

No. 1 South Medford 46, No. 5 Willamette 43 

Kimberly Ceron-Romero (six points) hit a tiebreaking free throw with nine seconds remaining, and Taylor Young added two free throws five seconds later, helping the Panthers edge the Southwest Conference rival Wolverines. 

Young finished with a game-high 17 points, Sara Schmerbach put up 14 points, and Mayenabasi Akpan added eight points with 18 rebounds for South Medford (25-3). 

Brynn Smith went for 15 points and Isabella Harms scored 13 to pace Willamette (21-8). 

No. 6 Benson 51, No. 2 Clackamas 47 

Mahogany Chandler-Roberts posted a double-double with 19 points and 16 rebounds in 32 minutes to lead the Techsters over the Cavaliers and to the state final. 

Mauriana Hashemian-Orr added 17 points with eight rebounds, and Eboni Clay had eight points to help Benson (23-4) hold on. 

Jazzy Davidson poured in 24 points, Allie Roden notched 13 points, and Sara Barhoum chipped in eight for Clackamas (23-4). The Cavaliers trailed 31-16 at halftime and made just 5 of 27 three-point attempts. 

Friday’s consolation games 

No. 4 Jefferson 70, No. 8 Southridge 64 

Chanucey Andersen poured in 33 points, Carmela Nunez scored 11 points, and Abrianna Lawrence had 10 points with 10 rebounds, leading the Democrats over the Skyhawks in a consolation semifinal. 

Makenzee Lawrence tallied eight points and 12 rebounds off the bench to help Jefferson (25-3) reach the fourth-place contest. 

Sara Mangan dropped 27 points, and Audrey Meek, Rayanna Peterson and Caroline Rauchholz notched eight apiece for Southridge (22-6).

No. 14 Grants Pass 37, No. 10 Jesuit 26

The Cavers sprinted to a 23-9 halftime lead and held off a late charge by the Crusaders to advance to a consolation final matchup against Jefferson. 

Brooklyn Wakefield led all scorers with 12 points and grabbed nine rebounds, and Kenzie Kleiner potted eight bench points for Grants Pass (19-10). 

Audrey Bayless had nine points, and Amani Lubrano and Kendra Hicks (14 rebounds) added seven points each for Jesuit (20-8), which finished 3 of 22 (13.6%) from three-point range. 


Points (12 or more)

Chanucey Andersen, Jefferson, 33

Sara Mangan, Southridge, 27

Jazzy Davidson, Clackamas, 24

Mahogany Chandler-Roberts, Benson, 19

Mauriana Hashemian-Orr, Benson, 17

Taylor Young, South Medford, 17

Brynn Smith, Willamette, 15

Sara Schmerbach, South Medford, 14

Isabella Harms, Willamette, 13

Allie Roden, Clackamas, 13

Brooklyn Wakefield, Grants Pass, 12

Rebounds (6 or more)

Mayen Akpan, South Medford, 18

Mahogany Chandler-Roberts, 15

Kendra Hicks, Jesuit, 14

Makenzee Lawrence, Jefferson, 12

Abrianna Lawrence, Jefferson, 10

Brooklyn Wakefield, Grants Pass, 9

Mauriana Hashemian-Orr, Benson, 8

Carmela Nunez, Jefferson, 8

Courtney Barton, Southridge, 7

Jazzy Davidson, Clackamas, 7

Sara Schmerbach, South Medford, 7

Brooke Anderson, Grants Pass, 6

Sara Barhoum, Clackamas, 6

Callie Brandes, Grants Pass, 6

Victoria Nguyen, Willamette, 6

Mia Thompson, Grants Pass, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Abrianna Lawrence, Jefferson, 7

Sara Mangan, Southridge, 5

Sara Schmerbach, South Medford, 5

Audrey Meek, Southridge, 4

Allie Roden, Clackamas, 4

Steals (3 or more)

Abrianna Lawrence, Jefferson, 4

Sara Mangan, Southridge, 4

Brooklyn Wakefield, Grants Pass, 4

Chanucey Andersen, Jefferson, 3

Blocked shots (2 or more)

Kimberly Ceron-Romero, South Medford, 2

Addison White, Southridge, 2



4th/6th Place

No. 4 Jefferson (25-3) vs. No. 14 Grants Pass (19-10), 9:45 a.m.

3rd/5th Place 

No. 2 Clackamas (23-4) vs. No. 5 Willamette (21-8), 1:15 p.m.


No. 1 South Medford (25-3) vs. No. 6 Benson (23-4), 8:45 p.m. (TV: KRCW in Portland)


At Linfield University (McMinnville)

Friday’s semifinals 

No. 1 Summit 48, No. 4 Woodburn 33 

Pearson Carmichael had game highs of 30 points and 13 rebounds, and the Storm blew by the Bulldogs to earn a berth in Saturday’s final. 

Collin Moore and Charlie Crowell added five points apiece to back Carmichael and Summit (23-4). 

Dylon Renteria scored a team-leading nine points and Cruz Veliz pitched in seven to pace Woodburn (22-5). The Bulldogs, who trailed 24-19 at halftime, misfired on 24 threes (4 of 28). 

No. 2 Wilsonville 57, No. 6 Putnam 51 

The Wildcats overcame a 31-23 halftime deficit with a big second half and fought off the Northwest Oregon Conference rival Kingsmen to land a spot in the final. 

Kyle Counts scored a game-high 18 points, Kallen Gutridge notched 13 points, and Jacob Boss added nine points to carry Wilsonville (25-3) to the title game. 

Tyler Adams (14 points), Jaiden Pickett (13), Chase McDonald (11) and Lennon Greenleaf (11) scored in double digits to lead Putnam (22-5). 


Points (12 or more)

Jack Snyder, Redmond, 31

Pearson Carmichael, Summit, 30

Caiden Gould, North Eugene, 20

Owen Hopkins, West Albany, 20

Kyle Counts, Wilsonville, 18

Quincy Townsend, Mountain View, 17

Ian Pearson, Redmond, 15

Tyler Adams, Putnam, 14

Kallen Gutridge, Wilsonville, 13

Jaiden Pickett, Putnam, 13

Jonas Spencer, North Eugene, 12

Rebounds (6 or more)

Ian Prictor, Mountain View, 14

Pearson Carmichael, Summit, 13

Caiden Gould, North Eugene, 9

Jack Snyder, Redmond, 9

Brody Hawley, Woodburn, 8

Liam Slattum, Woodburn, 8

Quincy Townsend, Mountain View, 8

Emmitt Fee, Wilsonville, 7

Mac Bledsoe, Summit, 6

Kallen Gutridge, Wilsonville, 6

Owen Hopkins, West Albany, 6

Paxon Kettering, Summit, 6

Jaiden Pickett, Putnam, 6

Cruz Veliz, Woodburn, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Kallen Gutridge, Wilsonville, 5

Elias McKinnis, North Eugene, 5

Collin Moore, Summit, 5

Jack Snyder, Redmond, 5

Gavin Aguilar, West Albany, 5

Kyle Counts, Wilsonville, 4

Emmitt Fee, Wilsonville, 4

Ian Pearson, Redmond, 4

Jonas Spencer, North Eugene, 4

Cruz Veliz, Woodburn, 4

Steals (3 or more)

Jaiden Pickett, Putnam, 6

Owen Hopkins, West Albany, 5

Gavin Aguilar, West Albany, 3

Nick Colyer, Wilsonville, 3

Kole Hendricks, Mountain View, 3

Aiden Metzker, West Albany, 3 

Blocked shots (2 or more)

Liam Slattum, Woodburn, 3

Paxon Kettering, Summit, 2

Ian Prictor, Mountain View, 2

Kamani Winger, North Eugene, 2



4th/6th Place

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

3rd/5th Place

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


No. 1 Summit (23-4) vs. No. 2 Wilsonville (25-3), 3:30 p.m.


At Linfield University (McMinnville)

Friday's semifinals 

No. 1 Silverton 48, No. 5 Redmond 29

The Foxes led by 22 and never trailed in a convincing win over the Panthers. 

Kyleigh Brown (14 points, 15 rebounds), Grace Hayashida (13) and Olivia Boyd (11) scored in double figures to lead Silverton (23-4) to the final. 

Azlynn Ure had 11 points and Mylaena Norton chipped in eight points for Redmond (22-5), which trailed 15-2 after eight minutes. 

No. 2 Crater 54, No. 6 South Albany 47

Sage Winslow had 23 points in 22 minutes, leading the Comets past the RedHawks and to the title game. 

Abigail Winslow added 10 points and Lydia Traore contributed eight in support of Crater (26-1). The Comets scored 25 points off turnovers and took control using a 31-24 second half. 

Taylor Donaldson had 23 points, Kaylee Cordle went for 12 points, and Maddie Angel pulled down a game-high eight rebounds to star for South Albany (21-7).

Friday’s consolation games 

No. 8 Mountain View 64, No. 4 Wilsonville 46

Avery Andrews posted a double-double with 21 points and 13 rebounds, and three other Cougars reached double digits in scoring in a comfortable win over the Wildcats. 

Aly Aragon and Kasey Booster scored 13 points apiece, and Lidia Jacobsen added 12 in support of Mountain View (20-7). The Cougars led 32-13 at halftime. 

Gabi Moultrie dropped 26 points in 29 minutes and Audrey Counts notched 13 points with eight rebounds to lead Wilsonville (20-8). 

No. 7 Springfield 71, No. 3 Corvallis 64

The Millers used a big game from their star and a huge second half to blow by the Spartans and to the fourth-place game. 

Danaeja Romero-Ah Sam poured in 27 points, Diamond Wright tallied 17 points, and Springfield (19-9) reeled off 51 second-half points to overcome a 15-point halftime deficit. 

Marlee Hammer put up 18 points and Taylor Brasfield added 10 to pace Corvallis (21-7). 


Points (12 or more)

Danaeja Romero-Ah Sam, Springfield, 27

Gabi Moultrie, Wilsonville, 26

Taylor Donaldson, South Albany, 23

Sage Winslow, Crater, 23

Avery Andrews, Mountain View, 21

Marlee Hammer, Corvallis, 18

Diamond Wright, Wilsonville, 17

Kyleigh Brown, Silverton, 14

Aly Aragon, Mountain View, 13

Kasey Booster, Mountain View, 13

Audrey Counts, Wilsonville, 13

Grace Hayashida, Silverton, 13

Kaylee Cordle, South Albany, 12

Lidia Jacobsen, Mountain View, 12

Rebounds (6 or more)

Kyleigh Brown, Silverton, 15

Avery Andrews, Mountain View, 13

Olivia Boyd, Silverton, 9

Maddie Angel, South Albany, 8

Audrey Counts, Wilsonville, 8

Aspen Morris, Redmond, 8

Freya Snow, Redmond, 8

Lydia Traore, Crater, 7

Abigail Winslow, Crater, 7

Holland Jensen, Corvallis, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Kasey Booster, Mountain View, 7

Kate Rueck, Corvallis, 7

Kyleigh Brown, Silverton, 5

Kaylee Cordle, South Albany, 5

Danaeja Romero-Ah Sam, Springfield, 5

Aly Aragon, Mountain View, 4

Audrey Counts, Wilsonville, 4

Marlee Hammer, Corvallis, 4

Steals (3 or more)

Audrey Counts, Wilsonville, 5

Lidia Jacobsen, Mountain View, 5

Sage Winslow, Crater, 4

Kelsea Bomke, Mountain View, 3

Kasey Booster, Mountain View, 3

Kyleigh Brown, Silverton, 3

Danaeja Romero-Ah Sam, Springfield, 3

Darissa Romero-Ah Sam, Springfield, 3

Addison Vranes, Crater, 3

Blocked shots (2 or more)

Lydia Traore, Crater, 4

Olivia Boyd, Silverton, 3

Taylor Donaldson, South Albany, 3 

Kaylee Cordle, South Albany, 2

Samantha Gish, Crater, 2

Brooklynn Pfeifer, Silverton, 2



4th/6th Place

No. 7 Springfield (19-9) vs. No. 8 Mountain View (20-7), 9:45 a.m.

3rd/5th Place

No. 5 Redmond (22-5) vs. No. 6 South Albany (21-7), 6:45 p.m.


No. 1 Silverton (23-4) vs. No. 2 Crater (26-1), 8:45 p.m.


At Forest Grove High School

Friday's semifinals

No. 4 Baker 74, No. 1 Cascade 54  

The Bulldogs cruised to a 51-32 halftime lead and never trailed in a smooth triumph over the top-seeded Cougars. 

Paul Hobson had 24 points (eight three-pointers), Isaiah Jones added 19, and Jaron Long scored 12 with seven rebounds to pave the way for Baker (27-1). 

Landon Knox (20 points), Anthony Best (11) and Droiy Comstock (11) scored in double figures for Cascade (21-5).

No. 2 Junction City 57, No. 6 Marist Catholic 39

The Tigers blew open a close game with a 25-7 third quarter and coasted past the Sky Em League rival Spartans to set up a final matchup versus Baker. 

Guard Keivon Riley dropped 22 points, Avery Thomas put up 18 points, and Cooper Rothenberger pitched in 13 points to lead the cause for Junction City (23-3). 

Kai Holmes (13 points), Kaden Erlenbush (10) and Christian Guerrero (10) scored in double figures for Marist Catholic (17-8), which committed 22 turnovers.

Friday’s consolation games 

No. 8 Madras 47, No. 5 Philomath 41

Seneca Ball scored a game-high 23 points, Skytus Smith contributed nine points, and the White Buffaloes downed the Warriors to earn a spot in the fourth-place game.

Matthew Suppah-Scott added six points off the bench for Madras (19-7), which used a 14-7 fourth quarter to seize control. 

Jacob Peters put up nine points to go with 13 rebounds, and Kaden Muir chipped in seven points for Philomath (19-8).

No. 14 Crook County 63, No. 7 Henley 56

Bryce Lowenbach (20 points), Jace Jonas (16) and Logan Mathews (14) reached double figures in scoring, and the Hornets staved off the Cowboys down the stretch. 

Crook County (18-8) led 35-28 at halftime and forced 15 turnovers in advancing to the consolation final versus Madras. 

Luke Bennett put up 18 points and Markus McCreadie pitched in 16 points to help Henley (16-9) stay close. 


Points (12 or more)

Paul Hobson, Baker, 24

Seneca Ball, Madras, 23

Keivon Riley, Junction City, 22

Bryce Lowenbach, Crook County, 20

Landon Knox, Cascade, 20

Isaiah Jones, Baker, 19

Luke Bennett, Henley, 18

Avery Thomas, Junction City, 18

Jace Jonas, Crook County, 16

Markus McCreadie, Henley, 16

Logan Mathews, Crook County, 14

Kai Holmes, Marist Catholic, 13

Cooper Rothenberger, Junction City, 13

Jaron Long, Baker, 12

Rebounds (6 or more)

Jacob Peters, Philomath, 13

Owen Harper, Henley, 9

Andrew Kirschenmann, Cascade, 8

Anthony Best, Cascade, 7

Jaron Long, Baker, 7

Avery Thomas, Junction City, 7

Connor Harms, Philomath, 6

Isaiah Jones, Baker, 6

Bryce Lowenbach, Crook County, 6

Logan Mathews, Crook County, 6

Markus McCreadie, Henley, 6

Maikel Poland, Madras, 6

Keivon Riley, Junction City, 6

Hudson Spike, Baker, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Keivon Riley, Junction City, 6

Aiden Hayes, Henley, 5

Isaiah Jones, Baker, 5

Logan Mathews, Crook County, 5

Jaxon Logsdon, Baker, 4

Maikel Poland, Madras, 4

Caleb Russell, Philomath, 4

Skytus Smith, Madras, 4

Steals (3 or more)

Maikel Poland, Madras, 5

Keivon Riley, Junction City, 5

Avery Thomas, Junction City, 5

Luke Bennett, Henley, 4

Bryce Lowenbach, Crook County, 4 

Jaron Long, Baker, 3 

Logan Mathews, Crook County, 3

Blocked shots (2 or more)

Jace Jonas, Crook County, 3

Kai Holmes, Marist Catholic, 2

Keivon Riley, Junction City, 2

Reed Simmelink, Madras, 2



4th/6th Place

No. 8 Madras (19-7) vs. No. 14 Crook County (18-8), 9 a.m.

3rd/5th Place

No. 1 Cascade (21-5) vs. No. 6 Marist Catholic (17-8), 12:30 p.m.


No. 2 Junction City (23-3) vs. No. 4 Baker (27-1), 5:45 p.m. 


At Forest Grove High School

Friday's semifinals

No. 1 Astoria 45, No. 4 Cascade 36

Maitlin Young scored 14 points, Avery Biederman chipped in 10 points, and the Fisherman eased past the Cougars to earn a berth in the state title game. 

Tayla Huber added six points and Malory Dundas pulled down 10 rebounds to help pave the way for Astoria (23-4). 

Maddie Dustin had a game-high 15 points and Rozalynn Schmunk contributed nine points and 10 rebounds to shine for Cascade (18-8).

No. 2 Henley 61, No. 3 Philomath 44 

The Hornets forced 24 turnovers and drained 23 free throws in a comfortable victory over the Warriors. 

Annie Campos put up 23 points and Anna Harper had 17 to help send Henley (23-2) to the title game. 

Reagan Heiken had 16 points, nine rebounds and five steals off the bench, and Zoee Howard pitched in nine points for Philomath (21-6), which trailed by 24 in the second half. 

Friday’s consolation games 

No. 5 Klamath Union 42, No. 9 Stayton 36 

Dianara Peña scored 11 points and grabbed nine rebounds, leading the Pelicans past the Eagles in a tightly-contested affair. 

Kshalee Thomas chipped in 10 points for Klamath Union (18-4), which took an 18-11 advantage to halftime and never relinquished the lead. 

Kenzi Hollenbeck had 12 points and Haley Butenschoen added eight for Stayton (19-6). 

No. 11 Marist Catholic 48, No. 7 Madras 39 

McKenna De Lee had a team-high 14 points, and the Spartans erased a 25-17 halftime deficit to beat the White Buffaloes and move on to Saturday’s consolation final. 

Talia Tyner scored 13 bench points, and Addie Ruckwardt had eight points with 15 rebounds for Marist Catholic (13-12). 

Sasha Esquiro dropped 17 points, and Rylan Davis chipped in eight for Madras (18-8).


Points (12 or more)

Annie Campos, Henley, 23

Sasha Esquiro, Madras, 17

Anna Harper, Henley, 17

Reagan Heiken, Philomath, 16

Maddie Dustin, Cascade, 15

McKenna De Lee, Marist Catholic, 14

Maitlin Young, Astoria, 14

Talia Tyner, Marist Catholic, 13

Kenzi Hollenbeck, Stayton, 12

Rebounds (6 or more)

Addie Ruckwardt, Marist Catholic, 15

Malory Dundas, Astoria, 10

Rozalynn Schmunk, Cascade, 10

Reagan Heiken, Philomath, 9

Dianara Peña, Klamath Union, 9

Avia Tuguldur, Marist Catholic, 9

Kaylynn Guevara, Marist Catholic, 8

Lily Fussell, Henley, 7

Erin Garcia, Klamath Union, 7

Aspen Russell, Philomath, 7

Annie Campos, Henley, 6

Anneka Steen, Philomath, 6

Talia Tyner, Marist Catholic, 6

Emery Young, Astoria, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Dianara Peña, Klamath Union, 5

Rylan Davis, Madras, 4

Anneka Steen, Philomath, 4

Steals (3 or more)

Liv Smart, Stayton, 5

Lily Fussell, Henley, 4

Maija Poland, Madras, 4

Anneka Steen, Philomath, 4

Emily Taunisila, Philomath, 4

Erin Garcia, Klamath Union, 3

Mya Mauch, Henley, 3

Blocked shots (2 or more)

Kaylynn Guevara, Marist Catholic, 4

Rozalynn Schmunk, Cascade, 4 

Rylan Davis, Madras, 3

Sasha Esquiro, Madras, 2 



4th/6th Place

No. 5 Klamath Union (18-4) vs. No. 11 Marist Catholic (13-12), 10:45 a.m.

3rd/5th Place

No. 3 Philomath (21-6) vs. No. 4 Cascade (18-8), 2:15 p.m.


No. 1 Astoria (23-4) vs. No. 2 Henley (23-2), 8:30 p.m.