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Pacers host Liberty; West Linn, Clackamas and Oregon City girls also host games.

PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Lakeridge junior Keelie O'Hollaren and the Pacers open the Class 6A state playoffs when they host Liberty at 7 p.m. tonight (Wednesday, March 2) at Lakeridge High School.Now the girls get their shot.

After three months of non-league games, holiday tournaments and league battles, the 2022 high school basketball playoffs are here.

Here's a look at the matchups in the first round of the Class 6A girls state playoffs set for Wednesday, March 2.

Grant at West Linn, 7 p.m.

Grant enters tonight's game as the 25th seed in the 32-team playoff field, carrying a three-game winning streak and a 12-13 overall record after finishing fifth in the Portland Interscholastic League.

West Linn enters the game as the state's eighth seed, carrying a five-game winning streak and a 15-7 overall record after finishing second in the Three Rivers League.

St. Mary's at Clackamas, 7 p.m.

St. Mary's enters tonight's game as the 28th seed in the field, carrying a 7-15 overall record after finishing sixth in the Three Rivers League.

Clackamas enters the game as the state's fifth seed, carrying a 14-game winning streak and a 23-2 overall record after sharing the Mt. Hood Conference championship.

Mountain View at Oregon City, 6:30 p.m.

Mountain View enters tonight's game as the 20th seed in the field, carrying a two-game winning streak and a 15-8 overall record after finishing fourth in the Mountain Valley Conference.

Oregon City enters the game as the state's 13th seed, carrying a 16-8 overall record after finishing third in the Three Rivers League.

Liberty at Lakeridge, 7 p.m.

Liberty enters tonight's game as the 29th seed in the field, carrying an 8-13 overall record after finishing fifth in the Pacific Conference.

Lakeridge enters the game as the state's fourth seed, carrying a seven-game winning streak and a 20-4 overall record after winning the Three Rivers League.


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