Underdogs rule 3A, 2A, 1A boys title games

Horizon Christian, Western Mennonite, Siletz Valley score upsets
Staff Report
Western Mennonite fans.

Horizon Christian capped another memorable season with its second Class 3A boys basketball title with a 58-44 win over Dayton in the OSAA/U.S. Bank/Les Schwab Tires tournament at Marshfield High in Coos Bay.

Junior Jordan Tebbutt scored 20 points and sophomore Wyatt Houston added 13 for the Hawks, who avenged a loss to Dayton in the West Valley League tournament title game.

In the Class 2A final, Western Mennonite beat Central Linn 58-52 at the Pendleton Convention Center to earn the school its first title. Pierre Zook scored 31 points in just 24 minutes and the Pioneers avenged two regular-season losses to Central Linn.

In the Class 1A final, Siletz Valley got 27 points from Jake Carr and 22 points and 12 rebounds from Erick Rice in its 70-56 win over The Triad in the title game at Baker High School. The title is the first for the Warriors, who avenged three earlier losses to league rival McKenzie in the semifinals.

CLASS 3A

FINAL

Horizon Christian 58, Dayton 44

THIRD/FIFTH

Sheridan 41, Blanchet Catholic 29

FOURTH/SIXTH

Santiam Christian 51, Valley Catholic 46

 

CLASS 2A

FINAL

Western Mennonite 58, Central Linn 52

THIRD/FIFTH

Knappa 70, Enterprise 56

FOURTH/SIXTH

North Douglas 42, Days Creek 40

 

CLASS 1A

FINAL

Siletz Valley 70, The Triad 56

THIRD/FIFTH

McKenzie 51, Horizon Christian 35

FOURTH/SIXTH

Crane 50, Damascus Christian 48

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