Skip to main content

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

A summary of everything that happened Saturday on the final day of the Oregon high school basketball season

The Oregon (OSAA) boys and girls basketball state tournaments concluded Saturday in Portland (6A), McMinnville (5A) and Forest Grove (4A). Here's a summary of everything that happened on the final day of the season.

Photo by Naji Saker 



At Chiles Center (Portland)


No. 1 Central Catholic 85, No. 3 Roosevelt 76 

The Rams used a dominant 30-8 third quarter to erase a 43-36 halftime deficit and charge past the Roughriders for the state title. 

Isaac Carr led all scorers with 26 points, Zamir Paschal posted 21 points, Marley Zeller had 11 points, and Robbie Long added 10 off the bench for Central Catholic (27-3). 

The Rams forced 15 turnovers and converted 17 of 24 free throws in their come-from-behind victory. 

Terrence Hill Jr. led four Roughriders scorers in double figures with 23 points. Owen Nathan dropped 15 points, Utrillo Morris tallied 14, and Chance White had 12 points to spark the offense for Roosevelt (26-3). The Roughriders, who were outscored by 12 from the free throw line, fell despite making 13 three-pointers.

3rd/5th place 

No. 5 Tualatin 72, No. 7 Beaverton 60 

Jaden Steppe had game highs of 31 points and 16 rebounds, leading the Timberwolves over the Beavers to take third place. 

Jemai Lake scored 10 points, Nolan Keeney had eight points, and Javier Diaz pitched in seven points off the bench to back Steppe and Tualatin (22-7). 

Max Elmgren (21 points), Aidan Rice (11) and Chance Winter (10) scored in double digits for Beaverton (18-11), which trailed 29-25 at halftime. 

4th/6th place

No. 4 Barlow 61, No. 11 Grant 58 

Jalen Atkins (14 made free throws) scored a game-high 22 points, Mason Bierbrauer had 17 points, and the Bruins edged the Generals to claim fourth place. 

Brayden Barron added a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds for Barlow (21-8), which held a 26-23 advantage at halftime. 

Charlie Kapranos dropped 16 points to go with 11 rebounds, Vashon Hardges had 11 points, and Mekhi Muhammad put in nine points to pace Grant (20-9).


Points (12 or more)

Jaden Steppe, Tualatin, 31

Isaac Carr, Central Catholic, 26

Terrence Hill Jr., Roosevelt, 23

Jalen Atkins, Barlow, 22

Max Elmgren, Beaverton, 21

Zamir Paschal, Central Catholic, 21

Mason Bierbrauer, Barlow, 17

Charlie Kapranos, Grant, 16

Owen Nathan, Roosevelt, 15

Utrillo Morris, Roosevelt, 14

Brayden Barron, Balow, 12

Chance White, Roosevelt, 12

Rebounds (6 or more)

Jaden Steppe, Tualatin, 16

Brayden Barron, Barlow, 11

Charlie Kapranos, Grant, 11

Max Campbell, Beaverton, 8

Isaac Carr, Central Catholic, 7

Zamir Paschal, Central Catholic, 7

Chance Winter, Beaverton, 7

Jalen Atkins, Barlow, 6

Mason Bierbrauer, Barlow, 6

Nolan Keeney, Tualatin, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Isaac Carr, Central Catholic, 7

Aidan Rice, Beaverton, 6

Charlie Kapranos, Grant, 5

Utrillo Morris, Roosevelt, 5

Terrence Hill Jr., Roosevelt, 4

Owen Nathan, Roosevelt, 4

Cole Patrick, Barlow, 4

Zach Zuckerman, Tualatin, 4

Steals (3 or more)

Jalen Atkins, Barlow, 3

Duce Paschal, Central Catholic, 3

Blocked shots (2 or more)

Brayden Barron, Barlow, 3

Demir Johnson, Roosevelt, 2

Jaden Steppe, Tualatin, 2

Marley Zeller, Central Catholic, 2 


At Chiles Center (Portland)


No. 1 South Medford 48, No. 6 Benson 38

Taylor Young and Sara Schmerbach had 15 points apiece, and the Panthers used a 14-3 second quarter to power past the Techsters for the state title. 

Mayenabasi Akpan pitched in six points with a game-high 15 rebounds, providing added spark for South Medford (26-3). 

Eboni Clay scored 16 points, Mauriana Hashemian-Orr tossed in 10 points, and Mahogany Chandler-Roberts contributed eight points and 11 rebounds to carry Benson (23-5), which trailed 22-10 at halftime.

3rd/5th place

No. 2 Clackamas 65, No. 5 Willamette 37

Jazzy Davidson posted a double-double with game highs of 27 points and 12 rebounds, and three other Cavaliers scored in double digits in a comfortable win over the Wolverines. 

Allie Roden and Sara Barhoum contributed 14 points apiece, and Dylan Mogel added 10 points to round out the scoring for Clackamas (24-4). 

Harper Wagner had 15 points, Isabella Harms tossed in eight points, and Victoria Nguyen pulled down 12 rebounds to pace Willamette (21-9). The Wolverines missed 16 three-point attempts overall and were outscored 34-15 in the second half. 

4th/6th place

No. 14 Grants Pass 54, No. 4 Jefferson 52

Brooke Anderson sank the go-ahead free throw with just over a minute remaining and Brooklyn Wakefield provided another for insurance with 15 seconds left, and the Cavers downed the Democrats to land fourth place. 

Anderson finished with 17 points and eight rebounds, and Wakefield netted 12 points to help power Grants Pass (20-10) to the victory. 

Leila Nunez had a game-high 20 points, Makenzee Lawrence had 10 points and nine rebounds off the bench, and Chanucey Anderson had nine points to help keep Jefferson (25-4) close. 


Points (12 or more)

Jazzy Davidson, Clackamas, 27

Leila Nunez, Jefferson, 20

Brooke Anderson, Grants Pass, 17

Eboni Clay, Benson, 16

Sara Schmerbach, South Medford, 15

Harper Wagner, Willamette, 15

Taylor Young, South Medford, 15

Sara Barhoum, Clackamas, 14

Allie Roden, Clackamas, 14

Brooklyn Wakefield, Grants Pass, 12

Rebounds (6 or more)

Mayen Akpan, South Medford, 15

Jazzy Davidson, Clackamas, 12

Victoria Nguyen, Willamette, 12

Mahogany Chandler-Roberts, Benson, 11

Makenzee Lawrence, Jefferson, 9

Brooke Anderson, Grants Pass, 8

Callie Brandes, Grants Pass, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Victoria Nguyen, Willamette, 5

Sara Schmerbach, South Medford, 4

Steals (3 or more)

Brooke Anderson, Grants Pass, 4

Charisma Johnson, Jefferson, 4

Sara Schmerbach, South Medford, 3

Blocked shots (2 or more)

Leila Nunez, Jefferson, 3

Kimbery Ceron-Romero, South Medford, 2

Mahogany Chandler-Roberts, Benson, 2

Samarah Massey, Benson, 2


At Linfield University (McMinnville)


No. 1 Summit 52, No. 2 Wilsonville 50 

Mac Bledsoe made a layup as time expired to propel the Storm past the Wildcats in the title game. 

After Wilsonville’s Kallen Gutridge hit two free throws to tie it at 50-50 with four seconds left, Bledsoe provided his last-second heroics and handed Summit (24-4) the state championship. 

Pearson Carmichael led all scorers with 27 points, Collin Moore had 12 points, and Bledsoe finished with 10 points — none bigger than the final two of the game — for the Storm. 

Kyle Counts dropped 20 points, Gutridge posted 16 points, and Emmitt Fee added eight points with nine rebounds to lead Wilsonville (25-4). The Wildcats twice led by seven in the second quarter and led by five at halftime before the Storm mounted their comeback. 

3rd/5th place 

No. 4 Woodburn 67, No. 6 Putnam 37

The Bulldogs used a balanced scoring attack and won all four quarters to rout the Kingsmen and claim third place. 

Cruz Veliz (17 points), Liam Slattum (16 points, 10 rebounds), Brody Hawley (11) and Anthony Figueredo (10) reached double figures in scoring to provide Woodburn (23-5) all the spark it needed. 

Brooklynd Latta put up 19 points and Chase McDonald chipped in five points with five rebounds for Putnam (22-6). The Kingsmen managed two points in the second quarter and faced a 29-11 halftime deficit. 

4th/6th place

No. 5 West Albany 72, No. 7 Redmond 39 

Brysen Kachel posted game highs of 25 points and 13 rebounds, Gavin Aguilar chipped in 14 points, and the Bulldogs charged past the Panthers to take fourth place. 

Tyson Walker added nine bench points with six rebounds in 18 minutes to help carry West Albany (24-5). 

Ian Pearson notched 22 points and Wyatt Horner went for 13 points and nine assists to shine for Redmond (19-10). The Panthers were outscored by at least six points in every quarter.


Points (12 or more)

Pearson Carmichael, Summit, 27

Brysen Kachel, West Albany, 25

Ian Pearson, Redmond, 22

Kyle Counts, Wilsonville, 20

Brooklynd Latta, Putnam, 19

Cruz Veliz, Woodburn, 17

Kallen Gutridge, Wilsonville, 16

Liam Slattum, Woodburn, 16

Gavin Aguilar, West Albany, 14

Wyatt Horner, Redmond, 13

Rebounds (6 or more)

Brysen Kachel, West Albany, 13

Liam Slattum, Woodburn, 10

Emmitt Fee, Wilsonville, 9

Brody Hawley, Woodburn, 9

Wyatt Horner, Redmond, 9

Pearson Carmichael, Summit, 7

Jack Snyder, Redmond, 7

Mac Bledsoe, Wilsonville, 6

Kyle Counts, Wilsonville, 6

Ukiah Monson, Redmond, 6

Tyson Walker, West Albany, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Brysen Kachel, West Albany, 7

Cruz Veliz, Woodburn, 5

Gavin Aguilar, West Albany, 4

Kyle Counts, Wilsonville, 4

Kallen Gutridge, Wilsonville, 4

Ian Pearson, Redmond, 4

Steals (3 or more)

Cruz Veliz, Woodburn, 5

Tyler Adams, Putnam, 4

Gavin Aguilar, West Albany, 4

Owen Hopkins, West Albany, 3

Blocked shots (2 or more)

Liam Slattum, Woodburn, 3

Jack Snyder, Redmond, 3

Charlie Crowell, Summit, 2


At Linfield University (McMinnville)


No. 1 Silverton 61, No. 2 Crater 60 (OT)

Olivia Boyd (five points) sank a free throw with less than a second left in overtime, handing the Foxes a come-from-behind victory over the Comets. 

Silverton (24-4) trailed by 17 points midway through the third quarter before going on a 16-0 run to pull within 45-44. 

Kyleigh Brown scored 22 points to go with 12 rebounds, and Grace Hayashida and Justina Semerikov had 13 points apiece to carry the load for the Foxes, who won the title despite 27 turnovers. 

Sage Winslow had 22 points, Abigail Winslow scored 11, and Lydia Traore added 10 to lead Crater (26-2). The Comets led by six at halftime but were outrebounded 46-28 in the loss. 

3rd/5th place

No. 6 South Albany 47, No. 5 Redmond 32 

The RedHawks flew to a 28-14 halftime advantage and led by 24 in a convincing win over the Panthers. 

Taylor Donaldson put up 19 points with eight rebounds, and Kaylee Cordle posted 13 points to help South Albany (22-7) stake claim to third place. 

Freya Snow led Redmond (22-6) with eight points, and Mylaena Norton and Peyton Stewart tallied six points each. Redmond turned over the ball 21 times and missed 10 of 20 free throw attempts. 

4th/6th place

No. 7 Springfield 72, No. 8 Mountain View 53 

Diamond Wright dropped 30 points to go with nine rebounds, and the Millers took over with a 46-28 second half in a comfortable victory over the Cougars. 

Danaeja Romero-Ah Sam added 19 points and nine assists to help Springfield (20-9) earn fourth place. 

Kasey Booster put up 16 points and Avery Andrews pitched in 14 points to account for the bulk of the scoring for Mountain View (20-8). 


Points (12 or more)

Diamond Wright, Springfield, 30

Kyleigh Brown, Silverton, 22

Sage Winslow, Crater, 22

Taylor Donaldson, South Albany, 19

Danaeja Romero-Ah Sam, Springfield, 19

Kasey Booster, Mountain View, 16

Avery Andrews, Mountain View, 14

Kaylee Cordle, South Albany, 13

Grace Hayashida, Silverton, 13

Justina Semerikov, Silverton, 13

Rebounds (6 or more)

Kyleigh Brown, Silverton, 12

Avery Andrews, Mountain View, 9

Iyahna Woodard, Springfield, 9

Diamond Wright, Springfield, 9

Taylor Donaldson, South Albany, 8

Grace Hayashida, Silverton, 8

Darissa Romero-Ah Sam, Springfield, 7

Justina Semerikov, Silverton, 7

Assists (4 or more)

Danaeja Romero-Ah Sam, Springfield, 9

Kyleigh Brown, Silverton, 5

Grace Hayashida, Silverton, 5

Kasey Booster, Mountain View, 4

Ava Marshall, South Albany, 4

Diamond Wright, Springfield, 4

Steals (3 or more)

Sage Winslow, Crater, 5

Ava Marshall, South Albany, 4

Maddie Angel, South Albany, 3

Carson Castrow, Redmond, 3

Azlynn Ure, Redmond, 3

Blocked shots (2 or more) 

Olivia Boyd, Silverton, 3

Taylor Donaldson, South Albany, 3

Alexa Gugliotta, Crater, 3


At Forest Grove High School


No. 4 Baker 75, No. 2 Junction City 58 

The Bulldogs scored the first six points of the second quarter to seize control and never looked back in a convincing win over the Tigers. 

Jaxon Logsdon led all scorers with 22 points, Isaiah Jones tallied 19 points, and Rasean Jones went for 13 points to carry the offense for Baker (28-1). 

The Bulldogs racked up a 44-27 advantage over the second and third quarters to boost them to the title. 

Keivon Riley dropped 18 points and Avery Thomas had 12 points with nine rebounds to lead the charge for Junction City (23-4). Levi Walker chipped in eight points and five rebounds.

3rd/5th place 

No. 1 Cascade 63, No. 6 Marist Catholic 53 

The Cougars drilled nine three-pointers, sank 16 of 19 free throws and led by 15 points in a convincing victory over the Spartans. 

Kaiden Ford had 21 points, Landon Knox hit for 17 points, and Andrew Kirschenmann chipped in nine points to pave the way for Cascade (22-5). 

Kaden Erlenbush and Kai Holmes notched 14 points apiece, and Christian Guerrero and Nick Hudson supplied nine points each to carry Marist Catholic (17-9). 

4th/6th place

No. 8 Madras 72, No. 14 Crook County 62 

Seneca Ball poured in 37 pounds and pulled down 10 rebounds, and the White Buffaloes won every quarter in a steady triumph over the Tri-Valley Conference rival Cowboys. 

Maikel Poland scored 10 points, Skytus Smith added nine points, and Reed Simmelink tallied eight points with nine rebounds to help the cause for Madras (20-7). 

Logan Mathews potted 21 points, Jace Jonas had 15 points, and Bryce Lowenbach grabbed a game-high 16 rebounds for Crook County (18-9), which committed 24 turnovers.


Points (12 or more)

Seneca Ball, Madras, 37

Jaxon Logsdon, Baker, 22

Kaiden Ford, Cascade, 21

Logan Mathews, Crook County, 21

Isaiah Jones, Baker, 19

Keivon Riley, Junction City, 18

Landon Knox, Cascade, 17

Jace Jonas, Crook County, 15

Kaden Erlenbush, Marist Catholic, 14

Kai Holmes, Marist Catholic, 14

Rasean Jones, Baker, 13

Avery Thomas, Junction City, 12

Rebounds (6 or more)

Bryce Lowenbach, Crook County, 16

Peyton Tyner, Marist Catholic, 11

Seneca Ball, Madras, 10

Reed Simmelink, Madras, 9

Avery Thomas, Junction City, 9

Kaden Erlenbush, Marist Catholic, 8

Kaiden Ford, Cascade, 8

Droiy Comstock, Cascade, 7

Maikel Poland, Madras, 7

Anthony Best, Cascade, 6

Landon Knox, Cascade, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Isaiah Jones, Baker, 6

Landon Knox, Cascade, 6

Seneca Ball, Madras, 4

Logan Mathews, Crook County, 4

Steals (3 or more)

Seneca Ball, Madras, 4

Jevarre Meither, Madras, 4

Kaiden Ford, Cascade, 3

Jace Jonas, Crook County, 3

Rasean Jones, Baker, 3

Cooper Rothenberger, Junction City 3

Blocked shots (2 or more) 

Bryce Lowenbach, Crook County, 3

Jace Jonas, Crook County, 2

Reed Simmelink, Madras, 2


At Forest Grove High School


No. 2 Henley 41, No. 1 Astoria 38 

Annie Campos made a go-ahead layup with 12 seconds remaining, and the Hornets overcame an 8-0 hole to beat the Fishermen and win the state title. 

Campos finished with a game-high 14 points, including two free throws for the game's final points. 

Anna Harper added a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds for Henley (24-2). 

Shelby Bruney scored 10 points and Maitlin Young chipped in nine to pace Astoria (23-5). The Fishermen missed 21 three-point attempts (4 of 25).

3rd/5th place 

No. 4 Cascade 35, No. 3 Philomath 33

Maddie Dustin broke a 30-30 deadlock with two free throws and a three-pointer in the final 1:18, sending the Cougars past the Warriors in a back-and-forth affair. 

Dustin finished with a game-high 15 points, Rozalynn Schmunk put up 13 points, and Lexi Newton grabbed 10 rebounds to star for Cascade (19-8). 

Zoee Howard went for 12 points, Reagan Heiken had 10 bench points, and Anneka Steen tossed in nine to shine for Philomath (21-7). Steen’s jumper early in the fourth quarter gave the Warriors their biggest lead at 28-25, but Dustin and the Cougars proved too much down the stretch. 

4th/6th place 

No. 5 Klamath Union 54, No. 11 Marist Catholic 43 

The Pelicans forced 18 turnovers and used a 19-7 third quarter to pull away from the Spartans and grab fourth place. 

Dianara Pena put up 19 points, Keely Hall had 13 points, and Kshalee Thomas chipped in eight points to pave the way for Klamath Union (19-4). 

McKenna De Lee had 15 points and Avia Tuguldur added eight points to help Marist Catholic (13-13) hang around. The Spartans trailed 24-23 at halftime before falling behind by double digits in the third quarter.


Points (12 or more)

Dianara Peña, Klamath Union, 19

McKenna De Lee, Marist Catholic, 15

Maddie Dustin, Cascade, 15

Annie Campos, Henley, 14

Keely Hall, Klamath Union, 13

Rozalynn Schmunk, Cascade, 13

Zoee Howard, Philomath, 12

Rebounds (6 or more)

Anna Harper, Henley, 11

Lexie Newton, Cascade, 10

Malory Dundas, Astoria, 9

Tayla Huber, Astoria, 9

Addie Ruckwardt, Marist Catholic, 8

Keely Hall, Klamath Union, 7

Rozalynn Schmunk, Cascade, 7

Emily Taunisila, Philomath, 7

Annie Campos, Henley, 6

Dakota Neese, Klamath Union, 6

Avia Tuguldur, Marsit Catholic, 6

Assists (4 or more)

Annie Campos, Henley, 5

Anneka Steen, Philomath, 5

Steals (3 or more)

Dianara Peña, Klamath Union, 5

Avery Biederman, Astoria, 3

Keely Hall, Klamath Union, 3

Blocked shots (2 or more) 

Maddie Dustin, Cascade, 3

Malory Dundas, Astoria, 2