Klamath Union 56 – Mazama 51
The Mazama Vikings led 9-7 after the first quarter, and 23-19 at the half. A hoop by Klamath Union’s Daniel Bocchi put the Pelicans up 35-33 at the end of the third quarter.
The Vikings regained the lead 42-40, on a bucket by Trevor Garrard, with 5:22 to play in the game. The Pelicans tied it, 42-42, on a basket by Kevin Wynne, and took the lead 43-42 on a Warren Willis freebie.
With the Pelicans leading 52-46 and 1:37 left in the final frame, the Vikings picked up five points on one possession. Viking Zac Hall drained a 3-ball to make it 52-49. There was also a foul called while the ball was in flight, giving the Vikings two free throws. Jimmy Marquit hit both from the charity stripe to make it a one point game, 52-51.
The Pelicans responded with a bucket by Marcus Paschal and a free throw from Donavin Weiser, to extend their lead to 55-51, with 28 ticks left on the clock.. Willis added a freebie to finish out the scoring, making the final 56-51.
Alex Stork led the Pelicans in scoring with 21 points. Willis had 16.
Mazama was led by Hall with 16, and Nolan Rose with 15 points.
Stork was voted tournament MVP and was selected as the Pelicans Offensive All-Tourney. Austin Crawford was Defensive All-Tourney, and Bocchi was Sportsmanship All-Tourney.
Mazama’s Wynne was Offensive All-Tourney. Hall was Defensive All-Tourney, and the “team” got the Sportsmanship award.
Mazama 60 – Yreka 35
This one was over early, as the Mazama Lady Vikings proved too much for the young Yreka Lady Miners to handle. Mazama led 23-9 after the first quarter, and 36-10 at the half.
Hannah Reynolds led Mazama with 13 points. LeAnn Valenta had 11, and Caileigh Smith put up 9 points.
Yreka was led by Katie Brummett with 9 points. Kelsey Stonier and Ashley Ensminger each scored 6 points.
Mazama’s Reynolds was the tournament MVP. Smith was Offensive All-Tourney. Megan Morris was Defensive All-Tourney, and Valenta received the sportsmanship award.
Yreka’s Kelsey Stonier was Offensive All-Tourney. Kayla Stonier was Defensive All-Tourney, and Madison Williams was Sportsmanship all-Tourney. (more…)
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