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Weekend Crossover Tournament recap and All-Tourney Teams.

Linn-Benton Crossover
ALBANY— At the Linn-Benton Crossover, it was Umpqua continuing its dominating ways with a championship win over the 3rd ranked Lady Knights of Wenatchee Valley 65-52. MVP Sawyer Kluge lead the way for the Riverhawks with 19 points and fellow All-Tournament member Anna Mumm chipped in 17. Umpqua moved to 10-1 on the season.

All-Tournament Team
MVP - Sawyer Kluge, Umpqua
Anna Mumm, Umpqua
Drew Carlos, Wenatchee Valley
Lauren Johnson, Wenatchee Valley
Mikayla Jones, Bellevue
Cayla Jones, Columbia Basin


Peninsula Crossover
PORT ANGELES— In one of the many Crossovers being held this weekend, it would be two of the top teams in the NWAC squaring off in the championship. Lane would emerge victorious over host team Peninsula in convincing fashion 84-53. Potential NWAC MVP Shelby Snook made sure Lane would not be denied scoring a tournament high 32 points for the Lady Titans. This is Lane's second tournament championship of the year behind a top ranked 10-0 record. Peninsula moves to 9-4 on the year with the loss.

All-Tournament Team
MVP -  Shelby Snook, Lane
Gabby Heehn, Lane
Cierra Moss, Peninsula
Max Shelley, Big Bend
Susan Kenney, Centralia
Khadija Neumeyer, Spokane

Krista Johnson, South Puget Sound - Most Inspirational


Green River Crossover
AUBURN— In a spectacular finish to the final day of the Green River hosted crossover, it was Blue Mountain coming from behind down 22 points in the 3rd quarter to beat #8 Treasure Valley 73-68. Savannah Heugly scored 28 points for the Timberwolves and Erin Ramsey chipped in 23 in the championship upset.

All-Tournament Team
MVP – Savannah Heugley – Blue Mountain
Kayla Haley – Treasure Valley
Jesse Morris – Mount Hood
Erin Ramsey – Blue Mountain
Sydney Smith – SW Oregon
Emily Yost – Skagit Valley


Walla Walla Crossover
WALLA WALLA— Host team Walla Walla emerges as the champion of their hosted Crossover with a 73-59 win over 9th ranked Clackamas. Tournament MVP Kate Ferenz scored 16 in the final with help from teammate Kayla Green who scored 11 and had 7 rebounds. In the tournament opener for WWCC, Ferenz hit 12 three pointers to establish a new Warrior program record for three pointers in a game. The 7th ranked Warriors improve to 10-2 on the season with another quality win over a formidable Clackamas team.

All-Tournament Team
MVP – Kate Ferenz, Walla Walla
Kennedy Corrigan, Walla Walla
Mary Hutchins, Clackamas
Livia Strandberg, Clark
Breezy Shore, Everett
Mikaela Simac, Chemeketa


Yakima Crossover
YAKIMA— Portland would emerge victorious over the Tacoma Titans 86-72. Tournament MVP Jeremy Warren scored 16 points to lead the way for the Panthers and teammate Tay Arigbon scored 14 points and grabbed 12 rebounds. Abraham Ferrell-Logan scored 19 in a losing effort for Tacoma. Portland moves to 7-2 on the year.

All-Tournament Team
MVP: Jeramy Warren, Portland
Kahliel Wyatt, Tacoma
Katahdin Bosco, Portland
Devonte Luckett, Yakima Valley
Jordan Muir-Keung, Bellevue
Andrew Evans, Linn-Benton
Andrew Reddout, Columbia Basin


Whatcom Crossover
BELLINGHAM— A surging Chemeketa who has won 8 out of their last 10 would use an upset over 4th ranked host team Whatcom in the semi-finals to beat 9th ranked Big Bend Vikings and win the Whatcom Crossover 80-67. Patrick Counts netted 14 and grabbed 5 rebounds for the Storm and Tregg Peterson chipped in 12 points.

All Tournament Team
MVP- Darren Kennedy Jr., Chemeketa
Jordan Johnson,  Whatcom
Kirk Gunderson,  Chemekta
Vince Boumann,  Clackamas
Keyshawn Liggins, Big Bend
Bryan Michaels, Wentachee Valley


Lane Crossover
EUGENE— In a power packed tournament with 3 of the top 8 teams vying for title rights, host team Lane would knock off 2nd ranked Clark by a score or 104-91 handing Clark their second loss of the year. MVP Usama Zaid scored 27 points to go with 9 rebounds. Jacob Bigler also added 39 points for Lane in the championship game.

All Tourney:
MVP- Usama Zaid, Lane
Jake Bigler, Lane
Bryan Berg, Clark
Charles Porter, Umpqua
Lawrence Russell, Lower Columbia
Ryley Callaghan, Peninsula


South Puget Sound Crossover
OLYMPIA-- Top ranked Spokane continued their dominance over the NWAC cruising to another championship with a victory over 5th ranked South Puget Sound 90-80. Spokane was lead by the 27 points of Levi Taylor. Jake DeVries also scored 20 for Spokane. Deiondre Bird for South Puget Sound tallied 18 points and 8 boards to lead the way for for the Clippers.

All-Tournament Team
MVP: Levi Taylor, Spokane
Deiondre Bird, S. Puget Sound
Jacob DeVries, Spokane
AJ Knudsen, Spokane
Loren LaCasse, Edmonds
Tyler Watts, S. Puget Sound


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