PORT ORFORD — Senior Payton Black and sophomore Sofia Alcantar combined for 40 points as North Douglas boat raced Pacific 83-45 Wednesday in a Skyline League girls basketball district playoff game.

Black and Alcantar both scored 20 points for the Warriors (21-5), who have won six of their last seven. Rilie-Jo Olds added 11 points and Riley Black had 10 for N.D.

Alcantar also had 10 steals, eight assists and nine rebounds while Black added five rebounds and three assists.

Nicki Derrick contributed six assists, four steals and seven points for the Warriors.

North Douglas will face No. 5 Days Creek (21-3) at 5 p.m. Friday in the semifinals of the district tournament at Sutherlin High School’s Dog Pound.

Friday’s semifinal winners will qualify for the Class 1A state playoffs and will meet for the district championship at 5 p.m. Saturday. The losers will meet for the third seed to state at 2 p.m. Elkton and Camas Valley will meet at 2 p.m. in the other semifinal.

Pacific (11-15) was led by Kaiya Gourneau with a game-high 29 points.

In the boys playoffs, North Douglas will meet top-ranked Pacific at 3:30 p.m., and Glendale will face Days Creek at 6:30 p.m. Friday in the semifinals. The losers will meet at 3:30 p.m. and the winners face off at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Those games will also be at Sutherlin High School.

NORTH DOUGLAS (85) — Sofia Alcantar 20, Payton Black 20, Olds 11, Black 10, Derrick 7, Draeger 6, Downie 4, Whipple 4, Dooley 2, Powers 1, Holcomb, Morgan. Totals 41-81 3-7 85.

PACIFIC (42) — Kaiya Gourneau 29, Hall 5, Vincent 4, Washabaugh 4, Amerman-Smith, Friedman, Kellar, Kelly, Lee. Totals 16-39 8-14 42

N. Douglas 22 26 18 19 — 85

Pacific 10 12 10 10 — 42

3-Point Goals — ND 0, Pac. 2 (Gourneau 2). Total Fouls — ND 13, Pac. 8.

Sports reporter Aaron Yost can be reached at 541-957-4219 or email ayost@nrtoday.com. Follow him on Twitter @aaron_yost.

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