Boys basketball coaches polls

Boys basketball coaches polls:
by Jerry Ulmer, OSAAtoday
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6A

1. Jefferson (12) [1] 5-4 144

2. Jesuit (2) [6] 7-3 122

3. Lake Oswego (1) [3] 7-3 108

4. Central Catholic [6] 5-5 98

5. Barlow [2] 5-4 93

6. Grant [4] 5-4 70

7. South Salem [5] 6-3 59

8. West Linn [6] 4-6 48

9. Tigard [10] 7-5 25

10. Tualatin [nr] 7-3 12

First-place votes in parentheses

Last ranking in brackets

Record listed is what’s posted on www.osaa.org as of Monday evening.

Others receiving significant votes: Sherwood (9), Oregon City (9)

Notes: Jefferson defeated South Salem 70-65 and West Linn 100-78 at the Les Schwab Invitational … Jesuit moves up to No. 2 with an impressive showing at the LSI, beating Barlow 63-59, West Linn 77-76 and Lake Oswego 63-57. … Grant’s Aaron Deloney scored 47 points in an 86-74 loss to Skyview (Wash.) at the LSI. A first-team all-tournament pick, he averaged 33.3 points in the four games. … Jesuit plays host to South Salem on Friday.

5A

1. Wilsonville (8) [2] 8-2 94

2. Churchill (1) [1] 8-3 86

3. Silverton (1) [4] 10-1 83

4. Thurston [3] 9-2 74

5. Willamette [6] 8-1 45

6. Crater [5] 7-4 42

7. South Albany [7] 7-1 37

8. Parkrose [nr] 8-1 36

9. Springfield [7] 5-4 23

10. La Salle Prep [9] 6-4 17

First-place votes in parentheses

Last ranking in brackets

Record listed is what’s posted on www.osaa.org as of Monday evening.

Others receiving significant votes: Pendleton (10)

Notes: Wilsonville is in Hawaii, where it lost to Mission Viejo (Calif.) 63-53 on Saturday and beat Baldwin (Hawaii) 76-30 on Monday. The Wildcats play Seabury Hall (Hawaiii) on Wednesday. … Churchill took on 6A top 10 teams in the LSI, losing to Barlow 95-85 in overtime and Tigard 78-60 and defeating South Salem 66-62 in overtime. … Silverton won at Springfield 47-39 on Saturday behind Jonah Downey’s 15 points. … Reigning 5A champion Thurston fell to reigning 4A champion Seaside 49-45 in the final of the Les Schwab Oregon Holiday Hoopfest in Bend on Saturday.

4A

1. Seaside (7) [3] 9-2 131

2. Banks (6) [1] 12-1 113

2. Marshfield [4] 6-3 113

4. Woodburn (1) [6] 9-1 91

5. Philomath [5] 8-3 74

6. Stayton [2] 7-3 58

7. North Marion [7] 6-5 54

8. Valley Catholic [9] 9-4 32

9. Sweet Home [10] 10-1 21

10. Gladstone [7] 7-4 20

First-place votes in parentheses

Last ranking in brackets

Record listed is what’s posted on www.osaa.org as of Monday evening.

Others receiving significant votes: Marist Catholic (19), Henley (10)

Notes: Seaside, last season’s 4A champion, beat reigning 5A champion Thurston 49-45 on Saturday in the final of the Les Schwab Oregon Holiday Hoopfest in Bend. The Seagulls trailed 31-22 in the third quarter before rallying behind junior wing Ryan Hague, who scored nine points in the fourth quarter. Seaside also defeated two 6A teams at the tournament — South Eugene 68-51 and Bend 61-59. … Banks extended its winning streak to 12 by going 3-0 in the Sisters Holiday Tournament, including a 57-52 double-overtime win over Marist Catholic. … Woodburn defeated Valley Catholic 41-33 on Friday. … Friday’s schedule includes Stayton at Philomath and Sweet Home at Woodburn.

3A

1. Dayton (3) [1] 8-3 93

2. De La Salle North Catholic (4) [3] 6-3 88

3. Santiam Christian (3) [2] 11-1 87

4. Sutherlin [5] 11-2 57

5. Horizon Christian, Tualatin [6] 6-4 47

6. Amity [4] 8-1 45

7. Creswell [9] 7-4 35

8. Pleasant Hill [7] 7-4 28

9. Burns [10] 10-4 19

10. Umatilla [8] 9-1 13

First-place votes in parentheses

Last ranking in brackets

Record listed is what’s posted on www.osaa.org as of Monday evening.

Others receiving significant votes: None

Notes: Dayton went 2-1 at the Southern Oregon Subaru Christmas Classic, falling to 5A Crater 62-58 in overtime. Santiam Christian won the tournament by beating Crater 44-40 in the championship game. The Eagles won despite missing 6-7 senior Zach Baugher, who suffered a concussion on a fall while dunking in the tournament opener Thursday. … De La Salle North Catholic bounced back from a 77-58 loss to Mariner (Wash.) on Thursday by beating Glacier Peak (Wash.) 62-60 on Friday.

2A

1. Columbia Christian (10) [1] 10-2 109

2. Toledo [3] 11-0 90

3. Western Christian (1) [2] 9-1 89

4. Kennedy [4] 8-3 67

5. Oakland [5] 10-1 62

6. Santiam [6] 7-2 47

7. Sheridan [7] 11-1 42

8. Knappa [9] 6-4 37

9. Coquille [10] 6-6 18

10. Butte Falls / Crater Lake Charter Acad. [8] 9-0 15

First-place votes in parentheses

Last ranking in brackets

Record listed is what’s posted on www.osaa.org as of Monday evening.

Others receiving significant votes: None

Notes: Columbia Christian more than held its own among large-school powers at the LSI, The Knights went 2-1 against 6A top 10 teams, beating Southridge 82-71 and Barlow 80-78 in overtime and losing to reigning state champion Grant 58-54. Ben Gregg, a 6-8 sophomore, was named first-team all-tournament after averaging 23.3 points, 15.8 rebounds and 4.3 assists in four games. … Toledo rolled to three wins over Harrisburg, Central Linn and Taft in the Taft Kiwanis Holiday Tournament last weekend, winning by an average of 33.0 points. The Boomers are averaging 80.2 points per game.

1A

1. Prairie City (4) [1] 9-0 75

2. Damascus Christian (1) [2] 9-1 64

3. Triad (3) [3] 9-0 57

3. Nixyaawii (1) [5] 10-1 57

5. Riddle (1) [4] 9-0 50

6. Sherman [7] 7-2 42

7. Horizon Christian, Hood River (1) [6] 6-3 36

8. Hosanna Christian [nr] 6-2 31

9. Arlington [10] 10-1 26

10. Trinity Lutheran [nr] 8-3 23

First-place votes in parentheses

Last ranking in brackets

Record listed is what’s posted on www.osaa.org as of Monday evening.

Others receiving significant votes: North Lake (19), Crosshill Christian (15), St. Paul (12), Perrydale (11)

Notes: In a rematch of last year’s quarterfinals, Prairie City held off visiting Sherman 54-52 on Thursday behind 27 points from Levi Burke, who made a long two-point shot at the final buzzer. Burke scored 25 points as Prairie City topped Enterprise 59-42 on Saturday. … Trinity Lutheran rallied from a four-point deficit in the first overtime to defeat McLoughlin 58-56 in double overtime, getting 22 points, six rebounds and five assists from Matt Eidler.

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