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Basketball Crossover Tournament Roundup

NWAACC Crossover Roundup

All-Tournament teams and Tournament MVPs will be updated as the information is made available.


Columbia Basin Crossover - Pasco, Wash. [bracket] Clackamas, after rolling past Edmonds and besting Tacoma, outlasted Columbia Basin 63-51 [box] on Sunday to take the Championship of the CBC Crossover. Clackamas now moves to 8-3 on the season, while Columbia Basin drops to 3-6. Tacoma beat out SW Oregon for third place, and Shoreline won their game against Edmonds to take fourth. Jenny Johnson of Clackamas was named the tournament MVP.

All-Tournament Team:
MVP: Jenny Johnson - Clackamas
Sade Elliot - Clackamas
Sierra Higheagle - Columbia Basin
Hannah Depew - Columbia Basin
Angie Sanchez - Tacoma
Quynne Eharis - Southwest Oregon

Whatcom Crossover - Bellingham, Wash. [bracket] With a narrow 70-66 [box] double overtime victory over host Whatcom, Big Bend finished off their weekend with a sweep to win the Whatcom Crossover Championship. Big Bend has now won six games in a row, and moves to 8-1. Whatcom falls to 5-4, breaking a three game winning streak. Skagit Valley put up the second most points by any team all weekend with 99 to get past Pierce for third place, and Wenatchee Valley snuck past Lower Columbia to claim fourth place.

All-Tournament Team:
MVP: Alli Winters - Big Bend
Kassy Larson - Wenatchee
Bree Park - Whatcom
Erica Locker - Whatcom
Laken McClelland - Skagit
Carli Elwin - Pierce

Highline Crossover - Des Moines, Wash. [bracket] Walla Walla blew out Blue Mountain 69-46 [box] en route to their ninth straight victory and a Highline CC Crossover championship. Walla Walla allowed just 51 points per game over the course of the weekend, good for second best throughout the four crossovers. Everett beat up on host Highline to claim third place, and Chemeketa dominated Portland for fourth place.

All-Tournament Team: MVP:

Lane Crossover - Eugene, Ore. [bracket] Lane won their own tournament in style, recording the highest average margin of victory, the largest margin of victory and the least average points allowed for any team all weekend long. The Titans flattened Yakima Valley 84-54 for the title, finishing up a remarkable weekend in which they won by an average of nearly 48 points per contest. Peninsula beat Clark for third place, and Spokane won fourth place over Bellevue. Megan Shields of Lane was named the tournament MVP.

All-Tournament Team:
MVP: Megan Shields, Lane
Nicole Hannifan, Lane
Sammi Jo Blodgett, Yakima Valley
Chantel Dixon, Yakima Valley
Amelia Cook, Spokane


Umpqua Crossover - Roseburg, Ore. [bracket] Peninsula took home the UCC Crossover Championship on Sunday evening, crushing Edmonds 84-62 [box] behind a monster night from Djuan Smith, who finished with 27 points and 10 boards. Walla Walla beat Blue Mountain 110-104 [box] in overtime to bring home third place, and Clark outscored Highline 9-5 in overtime to take fourth place overall.

All-Tournament Team: MVP:

Green River Crossover - Auburn, Wash. [bracket] After building a 23 point lead at the end of the first half, Lane cruised in the second, defeating host Green River 68-46 [box] to win the GRCC Crossover Championship. In the third place match up, Yakima Valley fell 91-89 [box] to Everett in overtime, and Wenatchee Valley went 23/32 from the charity stripe to defeat Olympic for fourth place. Tyler Coleman of Lane was named the tournament MVP.

All-Tournament Team:
MVP: Tyler Coleman Lane
Kortney Darby Green River
Alex MacNeil - Lane
Thomas Ogbaslassie Yakima Valley
Jordan Perry Wenatchee Valley
David Ware Everett

Bellevue Crossover - Bellevue, Wash. [bracket]| Whatcom won their fifth out of their last seven games to defeat tournament host Bellevue for the Bellevue College Crossover title, winning 85-72 [box]. Pierce beat up on Chemeketa 98-83 [box] to take third place for the weekend, and Spokane defeated Mt. Hood for fourth. Kyle Impero of Whatcom was named the tournament MVP.

All-Tournament Team:
MVP: Kyle Impero - Whatcom
Alex Duncan - Whatcom
Marcus Tibbs - Bellevue
Blayne Clanton -Pierce
Brady Bagby - Spokane
Calvin Motan - Chemeketa

Treasure Valley Crossover - Ontario, Ore. [bracket] The TVCC Crossover was an exciting one. Treasure Valley battled Big Bend to the finish, eventually coming out on top 80-79 [box] to secure the TVCC Crossover Championship behind 21 points from De'Sean Mattox. SW Oregon came from behind to knock off Centralia 64-63 for third place, and Clackamas prevailed in overtime for fourth place, defeating Skagit Valley 89-81.

All-Tournament Team:

MVP: Chris Willis - Treasure Valley

1st Team:
Brendan Westendorf - Big Bend CC
Kamen McCullough - Big Bend CC
Van Lockett - Centralia CC
LaDarrell Mongkholtham - SW Oregon CC
John Fletcher - Treasure Valley

2nd Team:
Brock Lutes - Clackamas CC
Jordan Barber - Clackamas CC
Marck Coffin - TVCC
Riley Newman Skagit Valley College
Dexter Williams - SW Oregon CC
Riley Grandinetti - SW Oregon CC

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