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David Douglas joins traditional powers Central Catholic and Clackamas at 2-0 on the girls side

— - Scoring leaders for Tuesday, Jan. 8

BOYS BASKETBALL

GRESHAM 52, REYNOLDS 38 — The Gophers 'D' held Reynolds to three made buckets in the third quarter to gain some breathing room, and Ethan Abrahamson scored 13 of his game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter to land Gresham its first league win. Abrahamson went 7 of 9 (.777) on free throws in the fourth, finishing the game with four straight makes.

Keenan Coleman nailed three first-quarter 3s and finished with a team-high 15 points for the Raiders.

GRESHAM 15 8 11 18 — 52

REYNOLDS 12 10 6 10 — 38

Gresham (52) — Ethan Abrahamson 25, Connor Henkle 7, Eric Puclik 7, Daello Portin-Chapman 7, Sam Igbonagwam 2, Isaac Clinton 2, Isaiah Butler 2, Sagiao, Lively, Welch.

Reynolds (38) — Keenan Coleman 15, Sterling Bell 10, Kehdon Fletcher 8, Cam Mager 3, Eric Martinez 2, DeLeon, Stewart, Taylor.

CLACKAMAS 84, CENTENNIAL 63 — The Cavaliers brok the game open with a 24-point second quarter that saw David Aspidov score 10 of his team-high 16 points. Jimmie Barton knocked down four shots in the fourth quarter to lead the Eagles with 17 points.

CLACKAMAS 14 24 22 24 — 84

CENTENNIAL 8 10 17 28 — 63

Clackamas (84) — David Aspidov 16, Artur Gavrilovich 13, Nemo Dedman 11, Jailen Hammer 11, Dayo Babatunde 10, Ryan Lewis 8, Daniel Mahler 6, Jack Dorn 5, Eddie Martinov 2, Michael Vorobets 2, Erickson.

Centennial (63) — Jimmie Barton 17, Tommy Anderson 15, Andrew Caron 9, Jalen Calvert 8, Nate Caro 8, Travis Johnson 7, Jonah Walter 2, Estep, Ta.

SANDY 80, DAVID DOUGLAS 70 — Pierce Roeder shot 11 of 14 (.786) from the field, making all 10 of his attempts inside the arc to finish with a game-high 28 points, while teammate Kaleb Hubbard went 5 for 7 (.714) from distance to add 22 points.

Naoi Tuffa led the Scots with 17 points and six steals.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

GRESHAM 47, REYNOLDS 42 — The Gophers rallied from 10 down in the first quarter to pick up their first win of the season behind a 17-point fourth quarter. Tiffany Jones highlighted the big finish with a 3-pointer, while also hitting all four of her free throws late.

Lupita Dominguez drilled three first-half 3-pointers to give Reynolds the upper hand most of the way.

REYNOLDS 17 9 10 6 — 42

GRESHAM 7 13 10 17 — 47

Reynolds (42) — Lupita Dominquez 13, Christina Chernoff 8, Brisa Avalos 8, Kayley King 7, Samantha Andresen 4, Sharae Jones 2, Curtis, Tang, Badoni.

Gresham (47) — Tiffany Jones 14, Jasia Mosley 8, Steff Arango 6, Destiny Ogbeama 5, Grace Williams 4, Emily Goodwin 3, Toni Gould 3, Heaven Schab 2, Abby Walker 2, Diaz-Chavez.

C. CATHOLIC 54, BARLOW 33 — The Bruins found themselves within four at halftime helped along by a pair of early 3-pointers from Maicee Bradley. Libby Mathis scored a couple buckets in the paint to keep Barlow within striking distance through the third quarter.

Central Catholic pulled away down the stretch with its defense limiting the Bruins to one bucket in the fourth quarter. Abby Cooper knocked down six long balls for the Rams on her way to a game-high 22 points.

BARLOW 10 9 12 2 — 33

C. CATHOLIC 13 10 14 17 — 54

Barlow (33) — Emory Miller 9, Libby Mathis 7, Maicee Bradley 6, Hannah Rispler 6, Monica Gifford 3, Whitney Waddell 2, Barden, Richardson, Hiu, Matthews.

Central Catholic (54) — Abby Cooper 22, Tiana Abraham 9, Marianna Payne 9, Megan Potter 4, Claire Bass 3, Maylani Montgomery 2, Kate Pitzer 2, Bella Scarlett 2, Raimondo, Feimoefiafi.

DAVID DOUGLAS 52, SANDY 37 — The Scots moved to 2-0 in league play after taking a 15-point lead into halftime. Paige Collins knocked down seven buckets in the first half on her way to a game-high 20 points, while teammate Ziling Zhen hit a pair of 3-pointers to stretch the lead in the third quarter.

Bella Kansala led Sandy with 13 points, hitting 7 of 8 (.875) free throws in the fourth quarter.

D. DOUGLAS 17 15 10 8 — 52

SANDY 7 8 9 13 — 37

David Douglas (52) — Paige Collins 20, Shayla Slossar 8, Ziling Zhen 6, Marake Wondwoosen 6, Lydia Collins 5, Marielle Ellarma 2, Cande Fernandez 2, Taelynn Flowers 1, Duku, Luster, Bileibi.

Sandy (37) — Bella Kansala 13, Izzy Cabrera 8, Athena Thomas 5, Jackie McCrea 4, Tana Dwyre 3, Brooklyn Adams 2, Paige Dobson 2, McNutt, Dukart, Maul, Turin, Eslinger.

CLACKAMAS 55, CENTENNIAL 31 — Kalani Hayes scored three buckets and Sydney Benedict hit a 3-pointer to power a 23-point third quarter that broke the game open for the Cavaliers.

Centennial's Ellie Basinski made all six of her free throws and finished with nine points.

CENTENNIAL 5 6 9 11 — 31

CLACKAMAS 10 14 23 8 — 55

Centennial (31) — Ellie Basinski 9, Domonique Andrews 9, Maddie McHone 6, Charlotte Marcum 5, Naomi DayChild 2, Madine, Maldonado, Greene, Miller, Kramer, Vu.

Clackamas (55) — Kalani Hayes 17, Bella Garcia 7, Payton Mongelli 6, Maddie Filler 6, Sydney Benedict 6, Kiah Wetzell 3, Payton Benedict 3, Ava Peterson 2, Hallie Byzewski 2, Maddie Tacheny 2, Olivia Morris 1, Bui.


— - MHC basketball standings


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