Two Oakland players and one Glide player were among those recognized in the Class 2A girls basketball all-state voting conducted by the Oregon Athletic Coaches Association.
Seniors Blake Ellis of Days Creek and Abby Whipple of North Douglas were selected as the Skyline League players of the year.
Vernonia defeated Oakland, 50-38, in Friday’s OSAA Class 2A girls basketball state tournament consolation game, ending the Oakers’ season.
Days Creek's girls basketball season came to an end with a 58-41 loss to Joseph in the consolation bracket of the OSAA Class 1A state tournament Friday morning.
Days Creek’s girls basketball season came to an end with a 58-41 loss to Joseph in the consolation bracket of the OSAA Class 1A state tournament Friday morning.
Heppner’s Sydney Wilson had 21 points, eight rebounds and five steals to help the Mustangs to a 48-39 win over Oakland in the quarterfinals of the OSAA Class 2A girls basketball state tournament at the Pendleton Convention Center.
Both the boys and girls basketball teams from Days Creek are heading to the Class 1A state tournaments in Baker City this week.
SALEM — Sutherlin held the Salem Academy girls basketball team to just 16 points in the first half, but the Bulldogs’ offense couldn’t get any outside shots to fall, and the second-seeded Crusaders pulled away in the second half for a 41-22 win to end Sutherlin’s season Saturday afternoon.
Damascus Christian’s Emily Powers had 12 points, 11 rebounds and three assists to lead the Eagles in a 36-25 win over North Douglas in Saturday afteroon’s Class 1A girls basketball second-round playoff game in Drain.
Roseburg High School’s girls basketball team lost its final Southwest Conference girls basketball game, 45-38, in a hard fought battle with North Medford to end its season with a 2-23 overall record.
DAYS CREEK — Days Creek’s girls basketball team followed up its second place finish at the Skyline League tournament with a 42-37 first-round Class 1A playoff win over Chiloquin on Wednesday night at home.
ALSEA — Elkton’s girls basketball team knocked off Alsea, 50-44, Wednesday night to earn a berth in the second round of the Class 1A state playoffs.
COOS BAY — Elkton's girls basketball team earned a Class 1A state playoff berth after defeating Pacific, 41-26, in Saturday's third-place game in the Skyline League tournament at Marshfield High School.
COOS BAY — North Douglas earned the Skyline League girls basketball tournament title with a 29-25 overtime win over Days Creek on Saturday at Marshfield High School.
COOS BAY — Moriah Michaels' 22 points helped propel the Days Creek girls basketball team to a 62-39 Skyline League Tournament win over Pacific on Friday night.
COOS BAY — Jeff Davis preaches defense and his North Douglas girls basketball team shut down Elkton in their Skyline League tournament game on Friday.
SUTHERLIN — The Sutherlin girls built a big lead in the first half with eight 3-pointers Thursday night, and coasted to a 65-47 victory over St. Mary’s in a Far West League playoff game as the Bulldogs earned a spot in the 3A state basketball playoffs.
DAYS CREEK — The Days Creek girls basketball team eliminated New Hope Christian from the Skyline League playoffs with a 43-19 rout on Wednesday night.
CAMAS VALLEY — The Elkton girls basketball team dominated the second half and eliminated Camas Valley from the Skyline League playoffs on Tuesday night, winning 47-25.
South Eugene snapped a four-game losing streak with a 56-35 win over Roseburg in Tuesday’s Southwest Conference girls basketball game at Robertson Memorial Gymnasium.
MEDFORD — The Sutherlin girls basketball team finished off the regular season with a 52-37 win over St. Mary's on Tuesday night.
DRAIN — North Douglas used a strong finish to defeat Elkton, 36-24, in a Skyline League North girls basketball game on Saturday.
DIXONVILLE — Joleen Crume and Moriah Michaels combined for 33 points in Days Creek's 45-17 win over Umpqua Valley Christian in Saturday's Skyline League North girls basketball contest.