Posted On: 03/1/19 12:15 PM

We take a look at all the quarterfinal action from Pendleton & make some predictions about Friday's semifinal games.

Quarterfinal Wrap Ups:

In the opening game of the tournament Columbia Christian, the defending state champions, jumped out to a 46-14 halftime lead & cruised to an easy 72-42 victory over Kennedy from Mt. Angel.  Leading the way as usual for the Knights was 6'9 super soph Ben Gregg, a top 50 national recruit in the class of 2021.  Gregg went 13/19 from the field on his way to a 30 point 14 rebound effort.  Junior guard Isiah Mariscal chipped in 12 for Columbia.  Leading the way for Kennedy was senior guard Carson Hall with 16.  In the closest game of the day, Knappa defeated Oakland 53-50, behind a 29 point, 7 rebound, & 5 steal performance from explosive senior guard Timber Engblom.  Junior forward Colton Brownson lead the Oakers with 12 points & 6 rebounds.  Toledo pulled away in the 3rd quarter to break a half time tie and defeat Santiam 68-61 in the highest scoring match up of the quarterfinals.  The Boomers got their usual big game from junior wing Conner Marchant who 22 points to go along with

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