Posted On: 07/1/21 1:47 AM

On Wednesday, the semifinals of Oregon Madness took place at The PAC Salem and we had the opportunity to drop by and soak in the action at one of Oregon’s newest basketball facility. In the first game, North Medford squeaked by Yamhill-Carlton to earn a spot in the finals. Here’s a look a the top performers:

Treyson Neff Treyson Neff 6'0" | CG North Medford | 2022 State OR (2022 North Medford)

Neff was the star of the day as his cold-blooded three-point make with 5.7 seconds left was the difference in North Medford’s win over Yamhill-Carlton. The 6-foot-2 guard’s first name is pretty appropriate was money on three-point catch-and-shoot opportunities all game long. Neff moves well without the ball and can also put the ball on the floor a little. He ended the game with six made threes and 23 points overall.

Landon Ellis Landon Ellis 5'10" | CG North Medford | 2021 State OR (2021 North Medford)

Ellis is a hard-nosed, experienced point guard who really excelled at getting into the lane and finishing in creative ways around the basket. The 6-foot guard was strong enough to create contact and draw fouls, but also used that strength to help out on the boards and play tough on-the-ball defense. Ellis had 17 points and a handful of

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