Weekend tournament recap and all-tourney teams
Clackamas Thanksgiving Tournament
OREGON CITY, ORE. - Clackamas extends a 4-point halftime lead to win 84-72 over SW Oregon to win their own Thanksgiving Tournament. Toria Bradford with 25 points, including going 5-8 from the 3. Bradford finished with 50 points for the weekend and was named MVP for her efforts.
Umpqua won big over Pierce 104-48 to take 3rd. Olympic topped Mt. Hood 68-61 for 4th.
MVP- Toria Bradford - Clackamas
Yvonne Daniels- SW Oregon
Cassidy Edwards- Clackamas
Miriah Frazier- Olympic
Romanalyn Inocencia- Umpqua
Shaunike Lee- SW Oregon
Skagit Valley Turkey Tournament
MOUNT VERNON, WASH. - Another Level Blue Angels defeated the host Skagit Valley 95-84 to win the SVC Turkey Tournament Championship. Skagit outscored the Blue Angels in the 2nd half but couldn’t overcome a 15-point halftime deficit. The Blue Angels’ David Gage was named MVP. Gage put up 34 points in the championship game, part of the 72 he scored for the tournament.
Portland topped Peninsula 80-69 for 3rd. Wenatchee Valley defeated Big Bend 72-67 for 4th.
MVP—David Gage, Blue Angels
Jake Anderson, Blue Angels
Ryley Callaghan, Peninsula
Gerad Davis, Skagit Valley
Mike Gregory, Portland
Aaron Ward, Wenatchee Valley
Donavin Wright, Big Bend
Pierce Thanksgiving Invitational
LAKEWOOD, WASH. - Bellevue defeats Clackamas to win the championship, 71-56. The Bulldogs put up a 19-point half time lead that the Cougars couldn’t overcome. Dominique Jordan was named MVP for the tourney. He scored 22 points in the championship, adding 4 steals. He had 56 points for the weekend.
The host team, Pierce, defeated Shoreline 74-60 to claim 3rd. Green River defeated Columbia Basin 72-63 for 4th.
MVP – Dominique Jordan -Bellevue
Adam Johnson -Shoreline
Jalen Ward -Bellevue
Trevante Williams -Green River
Jamil Wilson-Jones -Pierce
Red Devil Classic
LONGVIEW, WASH. - The tournament trophy stays home in Longview as the Red Devils defeat Everett 92-90 in the championship game. Everett took a 1-point lead into halftime but LCC used a 61% shooting efficiency to win. Michael Dupree had 20 points in the win.
Spokane topped Centralia 107-69 for 3rd. Olympic defeated Yakima Valley 98-84 for 4th.
MVP-Michael Dupree, Lower Columbia
Jeremy Burright, Lower Columbia
Dominique McClendon, Everett
Derek Brown, Jr, Everett
Dean Richie, Spokane
Race Martin, Spokane