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Weekend Basketball Crossover Results

WOMEN'S CROSSOVERS

EAST @ Columbia Basin - Lane dominated the tournament going 3-0 finishing the weekend with a commanding win over host Columbia Basin 76-62. Maya India Thomas lead the way for the Titans averaging 18 points for the weekend. Columbia Basin also had two wins over Centralia and Everett. Alexis Castro averaged 19 for the Hawks.

Results:
Lane: 3-0
Columbia Basin: 2-1
Centralia: 1-2
Everett: 0-3

EAST @ North Idaho STILL IN PROGRESS
Will post results after today's games

WEST @ Lower Columbia - The game of the weekend came on Saturday night when 5-2 Big Bend saw an early 15 point lead erased by Lower Columbia but with 2 minutes left, Miranda Johnson sunk 2 big 3’s to tie it back up. Big Bend snuck away with a 76-75 win to finish the weekend 3-0. Johnson lead the weekend with 17 points/game. LCC downed Peninsula and Portland in their other 2 matchups. Kenya Lorton finished at 20 points/game on the weekend.

Results:
Big Bend: 3-0
Lower Columbia: 2-1
Peninsula: 1-2
Portland: 0-3

WEST @ Highline - The 5th ranked Yakima Yaks left no doubt in their play winning all 3 games by an average of 25 points. Jenni Johnson lead Yakima with 17/game including 10 of 16 from 3pt range. Host Highline was able to pull out 2 single digit wins against Chemeketa and Edmonds. Tori Allen averaged 11 for the Thunderbirds.

Results:
Yakima Valley: 3-0
Highline: 2-1
Chemeketa: 1-2
Edmonds: 0-3

NORTH @ Skagit Valley - 4th ranked Spokane continued to build on their 5-1 record with 3 wins including a close call on Sunday vs. Mt. Hood winning in OT 71-66. Koyama Young lead a balanced scoring weekend with 10/game. Mt. Hood also had a balanced weekend with Hunter Boske, Courtney Jackson and Rachel Watson all averaging over 8/game.

Results:
Spokane: 3-0
Mt. Hood: 2-1
Skagit Valley: 1-2
Green River: 0-3

NORTH @ Olympic - Despite missing their starting PG on the weekend, Wenatchee Valley was able to gut out 3 wins including a close Sunday win over Tacoma 52-44. Ashlynn Burgess lead the 7th ranked Knights with 19/game. Linn-Benton was able to scratch 2 wins over Tacoma and host Olympic. Madeline Oakden and Amyr Lowe each scored 8/game a piece.

Results:
Wenatchee Valley: 3-0
Linn-Benton: 2-1
Olympic: 1-2
Tacoma: 0-3

SOUTH @ SW Oregon - There was no true weekend winner with 3 teams finishing 2-1. Allison Hadaway for Whatcom lead all scorers at 24 points/game with 2 wins over Treasure Valley and Pierce. Meghan Holloman lead SW Oregon with 18/game and Paige Vorwaller had 15/game for Treasure Valley.

Results:
Whatcom: 2-1
SW Oregon: 2-1
Treasure Valley: 2-1
Pierce: 0-3

SOUTH @ Clark - The defending champion Walla Walla Warriors put 3 solid performances together to beat Clark/Grays Harbor/Shoreline by an average of 30 points/game including a 50 point win. Kate Renfro and Jessica Cheney each scored 12/game. Grays Harbor finished with 2 wins with help from Sandin Kidder who finished at 18/game.

Results:
Walla Walla: 3-0
Grays Harbor: 2-1
Clark: 1-2
Shoreline: 0-3


MEN'S CROSSOVERS

EAST @ Treasure Valley - Sunday featured a battle of both 2-0 teams where Grays Harbor was able to pull out an upset of host Treasure Valley after a couple of late free throws. Jordan Garner lead Harbor with 15/game. For Treasure Valley, Carson Bischoff had 2 30-point games to finish at 27 points/game on the weekend.

Results:
Grays Harbor: 2-1
Treasure Valley: 2-1
Olympic: 1-2
Mt. Hood: 0-3

EAST @ Walla Walla - A rough Crossover featuring no easy wins saw the Lane Titans emerge with 3 wins including a 106-101 thriller over the Everett Trojans. For the weekend, Tarik Cool scored a cool 27 points/game while Markeith Brown Jr. averaged 34/game for Everett.

Results:
Lane: 3-0
Everett: 2-1
Tacoma: 1-2
Walla Walla: 0-3

NORTH @ Whatcom - #8 ranked Big Bend (10-1) led the tournament throughout going 3-0. The Vikings defeated Clark early Sunday morning, 82-72. Kobe Huerta had 31 points in Sunday's win. Huerta also had 28 points over Whatcom on Saturday. Highline ended up defeating Whatcom, 101-90 off David Harris' 31 points in the Sunday afternoon game. Harris was coming off Saturday's win over Clark on Saturday, where he added 28 points in a 93-89 win.

Results:
Big Bend: 3-0
Highline: 2-1
Clark: 1-2
Whatcom: 0-3

All-Tournament Team
MVP Kobe Huerta Big Bend
Parker Gaddis Clark
Joey Andrews Big Bend
Dominick Oliveri Whatcom
David Harris Highline
Mahlik Hall- Highline

NORTH @ Bellevue - Host team Bellevue game Pierce all they could handle on the final day but Pierce was able to hold on to complete the weekend sweep of Wenatchee, Linn-Benton and the Bulldogs 73-70. DJ Kerson put forth a big weekend with 22 points/game for Pierce. Each of the other 3 teams split a win amongst each other to finish 1-2.

Results:
Pierce: 3-0
Wenatchee Valley: 1-2
Bellevue: 1-2
Linn-Benton: 1-2

SOUTH @ Chemeketa - After a surprising loss to Peninsula, 5th ranked Lower Columbia used a strong second half to pull away from host Chemeketa winning 81-67 to finish 2-1 on the weekend. Bricin Ford lead the charge for the Red Devils averaging 17 points off the bench. Dalton Renne paced Chemeketa with 14 points/game including wins over Peninsula and Yakima Valley.

Results:
Lower Columbia: 2-1
Chemeketa: 2-1
Peninsula: 1-2
Yakima Valley: 0-3

SOUTH @ Umpqua - Upstart Centralia showed the conference that it is here to compete this year by downing host Umpqua on Sunday 92-91 to finish 2-1 on the weekend. Umpqua also finished 2-1 with a win over Spokane and Skagit Valley. Marqus Gilson anchored Centralia as he’s done all year averaging 26 points and 9 rebounds on the weekend. Erik Klekas finished with 15 points per game for Umpqua.

Results:
Centralia: 2-1
Umpqua: 2-1
Spokane: 2-1
Skagit Valley: 0-3

WEST @ Green River - Host team Green River defended home court this weekend with their high scoring inside attack. Kevin Baker averaged a double-double with 20 and 10 while teammate Alex Sommerfield contributed 17 points in wins over SWOCC, Columbia Basin and Shoreline. On Sunday, Columbia Basin beat SWOCC 78-61 to finish 1-2 along with SWOCC and Shoreline.

Results:
Green River: 3-0
Columbia Basin: 1-2
Shoreline: 1-2
SW Oregon: 1-2

WEST @ South Puget Sound - The only other host team to win all 3 games this weekend did so by an average of 19 points. Hunter Sipe lead SPS’s dribble drive attack with 17 points/game in wins over Edmonds, Blue Mountain and Portland. Edmonds sandwiched their loss between wins to finish 2-1 lead by Drew Magaoay’s 17/game.

Results:
South Puget Sound: 3-0
Edmonds: 2-1
Portland: 1-2
Blue Mountain: 0-3


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