Here are the candidates for SBLive’s Oregon High School Team of the Week for March 7-13 as nominated by coaches, fans and readers.
Read through the nominees and cast your vote. Voting will conclude Sunday at 11:59 p.m.
Barlow girls basketball
Barlow (25-4) reached the 6A final and had three players earn second-team all-tournament honors in senior Lindsay Barden, along with juniors Annie Koenig and Kennedie Shuler. Koenig ranked second in the tournament for points per game (18.3) and made 3-pointers (8).
Beaverton girls basketball
Beaverton (26-1) claimed the 6A state title and saw juniors Lainey Spear and Zoe Borter named to the all-tournament team, while junior Madison Naro earned second-team honors. The Beavers led the way across all three shooting accuracy categories and boasted the weekend’s best defense by holding opponents to 28.7 points per game.
Cascade boys basketball
Cascade (22-3) scored a 42-30 win over Junction City for the 4A title, putting senior Kellen Sande and junior Ty Best on the all-tournament team. The Cougars had the best shooting weekend, connecting on 51.2% of their attempts, while also coming up with the most steals (30).
Churchill boys basketball
Churchill (23-6) notched a 67-66 win over Redmond in the 5A third-place game with senior Samajee Morgan earning an all-tournament spot. The Lancers shot a tournament-best 43.2% from 3-point range.
Corbett girls basketball
Corbett (23-4) knocked off a couple of higher-seeded opponents in No. 3 Baker and No. 7 Madras to reach the 4A title game. Sophomore Allyson Schimel ranked third in scoring at 15.7 points per game to earn a spot on the all-tournament team. The Cardinals also swiped a tournament-best 44 steals.
Crescent Valley girls basketball
Crescent Valley (22-7) knocked off higher-seeded opponents in all three of its tournament games, including a 48-45 quarterfinal win over No. 1 Willamette. The Raiders led the tournament in 3-point accuracy (45.7%) and in free throw accuracy (74%). Junior Gabby Bland was named to the all-tournament team, while junior Nicole Huang and freshman Taelyn Bentley earned second-team honors. Bland was second in scoring at 22 points per game.
Junction City boys basketball
Junction City (24-4) reached the 4A final with junior Kaleb Burnett being a unanimous selection to the all-tournament team, while junior Court Knabe earned second-team honors. Burnett was the tournament’s top scorer at 19 points per game.