As district tournaments advance, performances get bigger

by Transition Hoops Report

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Charles Jones scored 41 points for David Douglas beating Gresham.

West Linn's Payton Pritchard scored 26 in a win against Canby who was led by Jace Cates 24 points.

Big man Tyler Gutierrez dropped 23 points for Sunset defeating Beaverton.

Oregon City's Austin Dewitz scored 27 beating Lake Oswego.

Gage Gubrud went for 26 for McMinnville in a win over Newberg.


In a shootout Great Falls beat Billings West.  Freshman Brendan Howard scored 28 points in the win for Great Falls.  West was led by Danny Betcher's 30 points and Jared Samuelson's 29 points.

Stevensville's Jared Schultz scored 23 points defeating Beaverhead County who got 32 points from Troy Scott.


Greg Vandeventer led Douglas with 28 points in a win over Newcastle.

Rawlins Jalen Krening had a big weekend averaging 24 points and 6 assists in a couple big wins.


Jared Ford scored 36 points on nine 3s for Bonneville in a win over Ogden.

Logan's Jaxton Andersen got a double double of 27 points and 11 rebounds defeating Box Elder.

Gonzaga commit Jesse Wade had a big night for Davis with 28 points on five 3 pointers, 6 rebounds, 6 assists, and 4 steals in a win over Syracuse.

Roy got 2 double doubles beating Bonneville.  Blake Lamb scored 21 points and grabbed 16 rebounds and Brekkott Chapman scored 21 points and grabbed 12 rebounds.


Jawan Stepney put up 32 in a Kentridge win over Bellarmine Prep.

Ar'Mond Davis led Foss past Timberline with 41 points to wrap up the third place trophy in their district.

Richland remained perfect and advances to the state regionals behind 16 points, 17 rebounds and 9 assists from Nathan Streufert.

Shadle Park's George Pilimai was everywhere in a win over Kennewick. He scored 25 points and grabbed 20 rebounds.


Keegan Scott led Timberlake past Priest River with 27 points to advance to the 3A Distrtict 1 championship.

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