Saturday, Feb. 1
MT. HOOD 77, SW OREGON 58 — The Saints erased an early six-point deficit by outscoring SW Oregon 46-17 in the middle quarters. Emily Webber led Mt. Hood with 21 points, while Mina Sete added 19 points off the bench on 7 of 10 shooting.
The Saints (14-7) remain in playoff position, sitting in fourth place in the South Region.
The Mt. Hood men dropped a 91-88 decision to the Lakers with Anel Alagic beating the buzzer with a 3-pointer to win the game. Leonard Dixon hit five 3s and finished with a team-high 24 points for the Saints.
Friday, Jan. 31
D. DOUGLAS 68, GRESHAM 56 — The Scots won a key head-to-head matchup with the Gophers that leaves the teams tied for fourth place, heading into the second cycle of the league schedule.
David Douglas put the game away with a 21-point fourth quarter where most of its production came from the free-throw line. Trenton Templeton led the way by sinking all eight of his foul shots. Emanuel Muange and Jermaine Robinson shared the team lead with 14 points apiece.
Ethan Abrahamson led the Gophers with 14 points, going 10-for-12 (83.3%) from the free-throw line.
Friday, Jan. 31
BARLOW 78, SANDY 35 — The Bruins kept pace atop the Mount Hood Conference alongside Central Catholic with the road win Friday night. Barlow put it way early with Kennedie Shuler scoring 11 of her game-high 17 points in the first half. Teammates Melanie Hiu and Maicee Bradley sank early 3s, and the Bruins took a 45-19 lead into halftime.
D. DOUGLAS 63, GRESHAM 21 — The Scots raced to a 22-4 first-quarter lead with Paige Collins and Jenna Stradley combining for seven early buckets. Stradley would finish with a game-high 15 points, while Collins finished with 14 despite not taking the floor in the fourth quarter.
The Scots hit the half-way point in the league season with a 5-2 record, tied with Clackamas for third place and the league's final guaranteed spot into the playoffs.
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