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Washington boys, girls win Northwest Shootout

Post by Eric Williams on April 2, 2007 at 4:58 pm with No Comments »
April 2, 2007 4:58 pm

With a team consisting of 10 Division I signees the Washington girls basketball team overwhelmed Oregon 104-60.

Chief Sealth’s Nia Jackson, headed to UCLA, led all scorers with 17 points. Kentwood’s Courtney Vandersloot finished with 14 points, as did Auburn Riverside’s Stephanie Wilber. Lincoln’s Alex Montgomery added seven points.


The Washington boys team also fared well, defeating Oregon 96-82. Washington was led by Gonzaga-bound guard Steven Gray, who finished with 20 points. Click here to check out the game stories on The Oregonian Web site. Find the box scores below.


Boys

Washington 96, Oregon 82

Halftime: Oregon 41, Washington 40

Oregon — Brandon Jones 1, Greg Plater 15, Kevin Chalmers 4, Ernie Spada 4, Brady Martin 15, Zach Anderson 6, Brian Barkdoll 11, Nathan Rooney 6, Clint Chapman 7, Blake Poole 13.


Washington — Venoy Overton 4, Chris Bolt 18, Jeffrey Downs 11, Jamelle McMillan 11, Steven Gray 20, Luke Sikma 4, Terrell Smith 16, Cody Gibler 6, Nathan Lozeau 6.


Girls

Washington 104, Oregon 60

Halftime: Washington 56, Oregon 22

Oregon — Cheryl Burris 3, Josi McDermott 3, Emily Doran 5, Katie Scanlon 4, Sara Zahler 4, Kendra Little 9, Samantha Child 12, Kelly Marchant 10, Becky Goll 10, Sallye Alexander 0.


Washington — Nia Jackson 17, Courtney Vandersloot 14, Katelan Redmon 11, Rachele Kloke 12, Lyndi Seidensticker 9, Alex Montgomery 7, Stephanie Wilber 14, Kelli Valentine 4, Christina Nzekwe 4, Regina Rogers 12.

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