Hop propels Dayton past Horizon
Had it been tougher competition, Dayton girls head coach Scott Spink's postgame comment may have been less than an understatement: "She played pretty well."
Spink was talking about Teddi Hop, who finished Tuesday's game with 28 points, seven assists and eight steals, as the Pirates (7-8, 3-3) rolled Horizon Christian (3-12, 0-6) on the road, 58-18.
Dayton allowed just three points in the first half as it built a 20-3 lead at the break. The team doubled it's point total with a 20-point third quarter.
Hop either scored or assisted on 19 of Dayton's 24 made field goals. The Pirates shot 41 percent from the field.
Maddy Garcia added six assists and six steals to the cause. Maddie Shirley had eight points and Rachael Fluke led the team with nine rebounds.
Amity 48, Gervais 24
The Amity girls (13-4, 5-1) held Gervais (2-12, 2-4) to 22 percent and forced 19 turnovers in Tuesday night's 48-24 win to remain in second place in the West Valley League.
Madelynn Krotzer led the way offensively for the Warriors with 11 points. Caitlin Dumlar scored eight points on four of seven shooting and Lindsay McShane and Victoria Howard added eight points apiece.
Dumlar added a game-high eight rebounds and five steals to her stat line. Howard had seven steals
Willamina 56, Westside Christian 13
Willamina (14-2, 6-0) pushed its win streak to 14 games by crushing Westside Christian (6-8, 4-2) 56-13 on Tuesday.
Whitney Anderson scored a game-high 18 points for the Bulldogs. Kyra Toney added eight points and Kasey Anderson finished with nine.
Western Mennonite 54, Santiam 64
No. 2 ranked Santiam (15-1, 6-1) needed extra minutes to take down Western Mennonite (13-3, 6-2), outscoring the Lady Pioneers 12-2 in overtime to come away wit hthe 64-54 victory in girls Class 2A action Tuesday night.
Jenna Christenson led Western Mennonite with 20 points. McMinnville resident Emma Gibb and Emily Loyd each recorded a double-double in the losing effort, with 10 points and 15 rebounds and 15 points and 12 rebounds, respectively.
Santiam had four players score in double figures. Hannah Thomson nearly had a triple-double, finishing with 17 points, nine rebounds and nine assists.
Colton 59, Sheridan 10
The Spartans (2-11, 1-5) manages just three field goals Tuesday night, losing 59-10 to Colton (8-8, 3-3).
Colton 58, Sheridan 49
Colton (9-7, 4-2) guard Anthony Basarginscored scored eight of his game-high 16 points in the final quarter to help put away Sheridan (5-8, 2-4) 58-49 on Tuesday.
Sheridan rallied to within one point of Colton after being down 32-23 at half. But Colton outscored the Spartans 16-8 in the final quarter.
Matt Bushbaum and Fernando Loera each scored 13 points to lead the way for Sheridan. Jacob Hertel added nine points and Dominique Card added eight.
Westside Christian 75, Willamina 25
Willamina struggled against the bigger, physical Westside Christian (8-8, 3-3) on Tuesday. The Bulldogs (0-15, 0-6) lost 75-25.
Western Mennonite 58, Santiam 37
Western Mennonite (14-2, 8-0) had 11 players score as they beat Santiam (2-14, 1-6) 58-37 on Tuesday to reamin undefeated in the 2A Tri-River Conference.
Wyatt Roth and Jon Stubblefield each scored nine points in 19 minutes of play. Roth added five assists and Stubblefield nabbed six steals.