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Posted On: 03/1/18 5:13 PM
After a mostly as-expected first round, 16 teams remain at the 6A level. The favored home team won all but two games—No. 20 Barlow at No. 13 South Salem and No. 19 Roosevelt at No. 14 Central Catholic. Here are the players who really put on a show:
Jake Estep, Beaverton senior
In the final game of his decorated high school career, the Western Oregon commit put up 45 points—more than any player in 6A has all year. However, his efforts came in a loss as No. 17 Beaverton lost at No. 16 Grants Pass 76-69. Tayler Phillips of Grants Pass tallied 21 points in the win.
Daello Portin-Chapman, Barlow junior
Portin-Chapman hit 8 of his first 10 three-point attempts and finished with 26 points to lead No. 20 Barlow to a road victory against No. 13 South Salem. His eight treys tired teammate Cole Edmondson for the school record.
Bostyn Holt, Roosevelt senior
Holt led his No. 19 Roughriders to a road win over No. 14 Central Catholic, 68-64, with 29 points and a whole bunch of rebounds. Central Catholic’s Isaac Amaral-Artharee added 30 points in his final high school game.
Kaison Faust, North Medford senior
The Southwest Conference player of the year piled up 27 points and 8 rebounds and also blocked a dunk attempt as the No. 9 Black Tornado easily beat No. 24 Cleveland 70-49. He appeared to injure his leg on a dunk, but re-entered the game later.
Aiden Williams, Jesuit junior
The hottest shooting team of the night had to be the Crusaders. Williams hit nine three-pointers to finish with 27 total and Matthew Lang and Joe Wall hit four each. Jesuit hit 19 threes, routing No. 25 South Eugene 83-54. Jay Elmore scored 30 in the loss.
Chandler Cavell, McNary senior
Cavell continue his tremendous senior year with a 24 point, 12 rebound performance as the No. 5 Celtics beat No. 28 Sherwood 70-46.
Alexis Angeles, Tualatin senior
Angeles kept his magnificent high school career going by scoring 33 points in a 69-47 win over Sheldon.
Teron Bradford, Oregon City senior
Bradford did what he could to keep the No. 22 Pioneers’ season going, but his 28 points were not enough to lead them past No. 11 Lincoln, who won 51-45. Bryce Sloan led Lincoln with 14 points.
Josh Angle, Lake Oswego junior
Angle hit five three-pointers to tally 22 points and lead the Lakers past Westview, 67-41.
Kyle Greeley, West Salem senior
No surprise here. Greeley scored 36 points to lead West Salem to a 88-69 win over No. 23 Clackamas.
Darius Guinn, Grant senior
The unsigned wing racked up 25 points, 14 rebounds and 3 blocks to lead Grant to an easy 98-68 win over Sunset. Aaron Deloney added 21 points and 8 assists while Damon Hickok and Ty Rankin had 14 points each.
Marcus Tsohonis, Jefferson junoir
No. 32 Liberty led No. 1 Jefferson in the first half before the Democrats woke up and exploded for a 33-0 run. Tsohonis led the way with 24 points, 10 rebounds and 8 assists. Kamaka Hepa added 20 points and 10 rebounds and 3 steals.
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