By Rene Ferran | For The Oregonian/OregonLive
The Class 6A girls baseball playoffs proceeded with second-round action around the state friday. Here’s a game-by-game check everything that occurred …
No. 14 McMinnville 57, No. 3 western Linn 53
McMinnville partied want it had been 1999, the time that is last Grizzlies (18-8) advanced level in to their state competition, as Kylee Arzner made two free throws into the last moments to cap a career-high 31-point performance and seal a second-round road make an impression on Three Rivers champ western Linn (20-6).
Audrey Roden hit a three-pointer with 21 seconds left to draw the Lions within 55-53, then forced a turnover to obtain the ball back once again for the opportunity to connect. Cami Fulcher missed a contested shot in the lane, and following the Grizzlies rebounded, Arzner place the completing touch in the success.
“The girls played with lots of poise today, ” McMinnville coach Sean Coste stated. “Kylie had an extremely impressive game, and our protection had been great. We didn’t offer up quite a bit of 2nd shots and disrupted their offense. ”
Arzner additionally grabbed six rebounds, and Gretchen Sorenson chipped in eight points on 4-for-5 shooting. Roden led the Lions with 19 points, and Aaronette Vonleh included 16 before fouling down with 38 moments left.
# 6 Southern Salem 65, No. 11 Benson 57
You will see a brand new course 6a state champ as hill Valley champ Southern Salem (22-4) jumped to an early on 12-point lead and held down a Benson (20-6) rally that saw the protecting champ near to within four points later before faltering.
Gretchen Olsen and Delaney Keith made key three-pointers within the last two mins that helped the host Saxons survive and advance to your Chiles Center when it comes to very first time since 2016.
Hilary James led Southern Salem with 19 points. Olsen included 17, Keith had 14 and Victoria Stafford scored 10.
Number 4 Liberty 52, No. 13 Canby 42
Bella Hamel scored nine of her 13 points when you look at the quarter that is fourth Pacific Conference champ Liberty (23-3) set aside its sixteenth consecutive triumph to make its very very first state competition look.
“I’m simply therefore pleased with girls, ” Falcons mentor Melanie Wagoner stated. “They invest so much work, not merely as youth but as freshmen playing varsity, gaining confidence. They showed they deserve this. Tonight”
The host Falcons led 33-29 after three quarters before pulling away down the stretch. Talia Kahakai-Wyatt included 11 points, Clara Robbins eight and Taylin Smith seven for Liberty.
Zoe Thompson scored a game-high 14 points for Canby (15-10), and Allie Mead chipped in eight points.
# 7 Sheldon 47, No. 10 Western Salem 29
Aly Mirabile filled out of the stat sheet having a game-high 17 points, six rebounds, six assists and three steals, and Sheldon led wire-to-wire to make a trip that is fifth their state competition into the previous six periods while doubting western Salem its first berth.
Portland State signee Reilly Kelty, a post that is 6-3 transferred from Cottage Grove on the summer time, included 12 points, 13 rebounds and five obstructs for the host Irish (22-5), and Makayla Scurlock chipped in 11 points and five rebounds.
Paige Alexander led the Titans (20-6) with 10 points.
Number 1 Beaverton 56, No. 17 St. Mary’s Academy 36
Beaverton (22-4) shrugged down a start that is slow its house court and steadily pulled away to beat St. Mary’s Academy (16-11) and make a 3rd consecutive visit to the Chiles Center.
The Beavers trailed 7-5 after one quarter before outscoring the Blues 19-7 within the 2nd to have a 24-14 halftime lead. Mary Kay Naro led a balanced beaverton attack with 19 points, while Sydney Erikstrup included 13 and Laura Erikstrup 10.
Sofia Bell led St. Mary’s Academy with 13 points. Abby Graham scored 11.
Number 9 Southridge 51, No. 8 Tualatin 38
University of Portland signee McKelle Meek received another visit to her future house court, leading Southridge (19-6) to a 4th consecutive state competition berth with 20 points due to the fact Skyhawks won at Tualatin (19-7).
Kilyn Dawkins chipped in 10 points for Southridge, which led 26-17 at halftime.
Natalie Lathrop had a team-high 13 points when it comes to Timberwolves, whom desired their very first state competition look within the previous 11 years.
No. 12 Mountainside 41, Number 5 Oregon City 39
Cameron Brink came back from a five-game lack and had 13 points, 10 rebounds and a blocked shot on a possible winning three-point try by Tyra Bradford since the buzzer sounded on Mountainside’s road win that sends the Mavericks (18-9) to your state competition the very first time at school history.
The Pioneers (19-7) rallied from a 31-19 deficit that is third-quarter connect the rating at 39-39 on Bradford’s free throw with 2:37 to try out, but Shaylee Gonzalez hit two free throws with 4.9 seconds kept to put Mountainside back over the top. Bradford took the incoming pass and raced upcourt, stopping towards the top of the arc, but the Stanford-bound Brink monitored straight back and swatted the shot away as time expired.
Katie Hathan and Mia Martineau scored 13 points apiece for Oregon City, which desired its very first state competition berth since 2017.
No. 2 South Medford 70, No. 15 Bend 34
Southern Medford (24-5) should be in the state competition when it comes to time that is ninth days gone by 10 periods as Toni Coleman scored 11 points when you look at the Panthers’ 24-5 first-quarter run that fueled their second-round house winnings.
Bend (18-7) scrapped to within 33-21 at halftime, but Bella Pedrojetti made two three-pointers during a run that is 15-2 start the 2nd half as Southern Medford regained control.
Emma Schmerbach led the Panthers with 18 points, five rebounds and four steals. Kaili Chamberlin included 15 points, Pedrojetti scored 13, and Sierra Logue blocked four shots.
Kaycee Brown had 12 points for the Lava Bears before missing the last half because of the sprained ankle.