High School Sports News

  • Wednesday February 25th, 2015 jesuit high school
    With the win, Jesuit earned a season sweep over Beaverton and clinched its first outright Metro League title since the 2011 championship season.
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  • Wednesday February 04th, 2015 on air basketball
    After losing in double-overtime at Amity in the teams’ first meeting this year, Horizon Christian avoided another overtime affair with a buzzer-beating 15-foot jumper by senior guard Trent Pihas to secure a 45-43 victory over the Warriors.
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  • Tuesday February 03rd, 2015 Tualatin-High-School2
    The Tigers shot a woeful 12% from the field (3-25) in the first half as Tualatin built a 28-7 lead then held on in the fourth quarter for a 48-37 victory over the Tigers.
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  • Monday February 02nd, 2015 on air basketball
    Junior forward Jack Myers completed an improbable comeback with a game-tying three-pointer and freshman Jordan Jun hit a pair of free throws with 45 seconds left in overtime to give Westside Christian its first lead of the night as the Eagles shocked Taft 53-49 Monday night.
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  • Tuesday January 27th, 2015 jesuit high school
    In the end, energy and effort could not make up for a paucity of size, depth and muscle. The Jesuit Crusaders staved off a Westview upset bid, outscoring the Wildcats 47-33 in the second half to win 76-74 at Westview in the highest-scoring girls basketball game of the night in the state of Oregon. Kory Oleson followed up her career-best 30 points Tuesday against Century by scoring ...
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  • Tuesday January 20th, 2015 on air basketball
    In two very competitive contests, the S.W. Christian Wildcats won the girls half of Monday’s Valley 10 League doubleheader at Life Christian 45-38, while the Lions boys held off a late comeback to defeat the Wildcats 51-45 in the nightcap.
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  • Friday January 09th, 2015 beaverton high school
    In a defensive slugfest, the Beaverton Beavers outscored Aloha 13-6 in the third period to grab the lead for good and Aloha blew a chance to win the game by throwing the ball away on their final possession in a 45-44 Beavers victory at Aloha High School Thursday night.
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