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Barlow girls win big to stay atop the Mount Hood, David Douglas girls remain in the playoff chase

PMG PHOTO: DAVID BALL - David Douglas coach Chris Cavanaugh has the Scots tied for third place in the Mount Hood Conference with three games remaining in the regular season.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Friday, Feb. 14

D DOUGLAS 46, CENTENNIAL 18 — Ziling Zhen hit three second-quarter buckets to send the Scots into halftime with a commanding 21-7 lead. She led David Douglas with 11 points. The Scots' defense held Centennial to three made buckets through three quarters.

Ellie Greene led the Eagles with nine points — all coming from behind the arc.

With the win, David Douglas (13-8) remains tied with Clackamas for third place in the Mount Hood Conference — one game off the lead.

BARLOW 91, GRESHAM 33 — The Bruins broke out for a 33-point second quarter on its way to a 58-12 halftime lead. Libby Mathis led Barlow with 22 points, despite sitting out the fourth quarter.

Gresham's Aleena Baisden hit a pair of third-quarter 3s and scored 15 of her team-high 18 points after the break.

The Bruins (16-5) ended the week tied atop the Mount Hood Conference with Central Catholic, but hold the tiebreaker in the title chase with the Rams based on sweeping the season series between the teams.

SANDY 64, REYNOLDS 39 — Jaclyn McCrea hit a trio of 3-pointers, and scored 17 of her game-high 20 points in the middle two quarters to carry Sandy to the win.

Brisa Avalos connected on four third-quarter field goals to lead Reynolds with 16 points, while Sasha Riddle hit four first-quarter buckets and finished with 14 points.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Friday, Feb. 14

D. DOUGLAS 82, CENTENNIAL 39 — Jermaine Robinson scored 14 of his game-high 21 points in the third quarter. The Scots held Centennial to five made buckets in the first half on their way to a 39-16 lead.

With the win, David Douglas (12-9) remains tied with Central Catholic for third place in the Mount Hood Conference.


These recaps are scheduled for our Tuesday, Feb. 18, print edition.


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