Six Westside teams are still in the hunt for state titles, including both Banks squads.
Top-ranked Southridge is tested early, but prevails. Young Beaverton rediscovers its offensive touch to advance to the semifinals. Tigard fell to Benson in a defensive slugfest.
Trailing 35-34 in the third to visiting Westview, the Lakers (20-5) put any upset thoughts to bed with a 24-0 run, trouncing the Wildcats 67-41 in the opening round of the OSAA 6A playoffs.
The Sherwood Lady Bowmen put the squeeze on Forest Grove to move on to the second round of the state tournament. Pitching a shutout in the first period, the Bowmen, who led the state in scoring defense, limited the co-champions of the Greater Valley Conference to just two points in the first half on the […]
The Valiants did not accomplish their ultimate goal, but it was nothing to do with them or Tillamook as they dispatched the Cheesemakers 64-51 on senior night.
Although Liberty never really put the fear into Jesuit Tuesday night, the young Falcons showed that the gap between their young talent and the Crusaders’ young talent isn’t as wide as an earlier matchup may have indicated.
For the third consecutive season and the fourth time in six years, Knappa (4-19) ended Gaston’s season in the Northwest League district playoffs.
The Banks Braves became the last 4A team to lose a game as the Valley Catholic Valiants outscored the Braves 19-3 in the final period to run away with a 55-42 win Tuesday night in Beaverton.
The Eagles had beaten O.E.S. 49-47 on the road earlier in the season in another game where offense was at a premium. Monday night’s rematch featured a bizarre and unfortunate twist in the final two minutes.
One week after Liberty upset Beaverton and two weeks after Glencoe gave Jesuit a scare in a four-point loss, the Crimson Tide took the Beavers right to the wire in their own house.