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PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: DAVID BALL - Columbia Christian High junior Levi Morris brings the ball up the court during Saturday night's Valley 10 League final against Damascus Christian.BOYS BASKETBALL


De La Salle North Catholic captured the 3A league tournament title and L&C’s top seed to state with an 84-70 victory at Valley Catholic High Saturday night over Portland Adventist Academy.

The Class 3A field of 16 is set for eight games on Saturday. De La Salle, which is seeded fourth, will play a home game against No. 13 Salem Academy. Portland Adventist, the No. 10 seed, must travel to No. 7 Harrisburg. The other L&C entry, No. 15 Rainier, goes to No. 2 Amity.

Dayton is the top seed in the 2A tourney and will open at home versus Riverside. Blanchet Catholic is No. 3 and will play host to Horizon Christian.


City Christian gave regular-season winner Vernonia a run at Vernonia before falling 84-78 in the league tournament final at Dayton High.

Vernonia and City Christian will take the NWL’s top two seeds to state in the Oregon School Activities Association Class 2A tournament.

In the other NWL playoff game at Dayton on Saturday, Knappa nudged Life Christian 54-51 to earn the third automatic state berth from the league.

The 16-team field is set to begin with Round 1 on Saturday. City Christian, seeded 10th, will open at seventh-seed Burns, while No. 2 seed Vernonia will be at home against No. 15 Bonanza, and No. 13 Knappa will travel to No. 4 Western Mennonite.

Regis is the top seed and will play at home against Oakland.


Columbia Christian held off Damascus Christian 53-48 at Multnomah University to get the No. 1 seed to state from the league. Columbia Christian gets a bye to the round of 16 set for Saturday.

Damascus Christian will play host to Horizon Christian of Hood River at 8 p.m. Wednesday, the opening day of the 24-team state playoffs.

Southwest Christian defeated Portland Waldorf 64-61 in the other tourney playoff game on Saturday. Southwest Christian also advanced to state and will play at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Crosshill Christian.PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: DAVID BALL - Cameron Weatherald, a junior at Columbia Christian, looks for room to make a move Saturday against Seth Murphy of Damascus Christian.PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: DAVID BALL - Columbia Christian senior Josiah Heiner blocks out for a rebound against Damascus Christian.



Portland Adventist Academy, Portland Christian and Rainier will represent the league, in that order, when the OSAA 3A tournament begins on Friday.

Portland Adventist, seeded third, will have a home game against No. 14 Lakeview. The Cougars, who had lost to Portland Christian in both regular-season meetings, improved to 22-4 overall with their victory in Saturday’s league tournament final at Valley Catholic.

Portland Christian, in the No. 5 spot, will be at home, as well, against Illinois Valley, which is seeded 12th. The Royals had won 13 games in a row before Saturday’s defeat dropped them to 21-5 for the season.

Rainier, No. 15, will be at No. 2 Salem Academy.


City Christian just missed making the 16-team OSAA 2A state playoffs, falling 30-20 Saturday night to Faith Bible in a league tournament game at Dayton.

The Lions, who split two regular-season games with Faith Bible, finished 10-14 overall.


Columbia Christian lost 37-25 at Multnomah University to Southwest Christian on Saturday in a league tournament game to determine a berth to the OSAA 1A state playoffs.

North Clackamas Christian won the league title and Valley 10’s top berth to state by downing Damascus Christian 34-28 at Multnomah.

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