Posted On: 03/2/19 11:50 AM

Friday's class 3A semifinals featured one blowout and an expected ugly rivalry game that ended with a shot that will go down in Yamhill County lore.  We take a look at the semis & preview Saturday's state title tilt between Delsalle & Amity.


Friday's Semifinals Wrap Up


The first half of this match up between the #1 & 4 seeds was competitive as expected with the Delasalle taking a 27-21 lead into the break over Pleasant Hill.  A 17-3 third quarter quickly put to rest any hopes of a Pleasant Hill upset.  The telling stats for Pleasant Hill?  The Billies shot only 35% from the field, were out rebounded by six, & committed 19 turnovers, not the way to knock off the defending state champs.  Leading the way for Pleasant Hill was 6'5 senior Logan Pruitt who went 8/15 from the field on his way to a 19 point 6 rebound night.  Kadeem Nelson took a step toward being named tournament MVP with his 25 point performance including 5/8 from deep.  Anthony Mosley was Robin to Nelson's Batman with a 10 point 6 rebound effort.  The second semifinal match up featured arguably the biggest rivalry in class 3A

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