Coquille’s boys basketball team clinched the outright Mountain Valley Conference title Friday night, holding off Creswell 61-58.

The Red Devils finished 9-1 in league play and now have the inside track for a home game in the state playoffs. Coquille will host the team that survives the league playoffs next Saturday night, with the winner getting a home game in the state tournament.

Henry Scolari had 19 points, Seth Waddington 15 and Hayden Davis 14 in Friday’s win over the Bulldogs, who had entered the night with a chance to share the league title.

Jack Callahan had 19 points for Creswell.

Far West League

Marshfield 61, South Umpqua 28: The Pirates clinched a share of the Far West League title and the league’s top seed for the Class 4A playoffs by using stifling defense against the host Lancers.

Grant Webster had 14 points and Cory Stover 13 for the Pirates, who kept their Far West League record perfect at 8-0 and have a two-game lead over North Bend with two to go. Marshfield completed a season sweep of the Bulldogs earlier in the week.

South Umpqua had just two points in the first quarter and six in the second.

“Defensively, we were very good,” Marshfield coach Doug Miles said.

Marshfield can win the league title outright with a victory at Douglas on Tuesday.

North Bend 50, Brookings-Harbor 47: The Bulldogs picked up a huge road win as they try to earn a home game in the Class 4A play-in round.

Jayden Frank had 20 points and Randy Vader added 11 for North Bend, which completed a season sweep of the Bruins after the teams entered the night tied for second.

Austin Fronckowiak had 18 points to lead the Bruins.

North Bend hosts Siuslaw on Tuesday.

Skyline League

Pacific 59, Elkton 44: The Pirates completed a perfect run in the league by dominating the visiting Elks.

Jack Lehnherr had 20 points, John Morrill-Keeler scored 12 and Justin Hall had nine, even though none of the three were on the court in the second half after Pacific led 53-17 at halftime.

Brad Doudna led Elkton with 14 points.

Yoncalla 53, Powers 43: The Cruisers lost their season finale when Yoncalla outscored them 24-12 in the fourth quarter.

Kody Clauson had 21 points and Jamason Kellogg 13 for Powers. Ted Wickman had 20 to lead Yoncalla.

Sunset Conference

Waldport 53, Myrtle Point 39: The Bobcats fell behind 19-7 in the first quarter and never recovered.

John Newton had 10 points to lead Myrtle Point. Isiah Arrant had a game-high 13 for Waldport.

Toledo 61, Gold Beach 41: The Boomers beat the Panthers to improve to 9-0 in league play and eliminating Gold Beach from playoff contention.

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Far West League

Marshfield 55, South Umpqua 29: The Pirates extended their unbeaten run in the league standings to eight games, holding the Landers to single-digit scoring in every quarter.

Hailey Browning had 17 points and Tess Garrett 16 for Marshfield, which kept its one-game lead over Brookings-Harbor. The Pirates host the Bruins in the regular-season finale next Friday after visiting Douglas on Tuesday while the Bruins host South Umpqua.

Jadyn Vermillion scored 11 for the Lancers in Friday’s loss to Marshfield.

Brookings-Harbor 65, North Bend 35: The Bulldogs played the Bruins tough for a half before Brookings-Harbor pulled away.

Abby Farmer had 20 points and Lex Schofield added 16 for Brookings-Harbor, which had just a two-point lead late in the first half.

“I thought we played well,” North Bend coach Adam Decker said. “The final score was not indicative of how close the game actually was. I’m proud of the girls.”

Makoa Matthews and Randee Cunningham led the Bulldogs with seven points each.

Douglas 42, Siuslaw 29: The Trojans topped the host Vikings to move within one win of clinching the league’s third spot in the play-in round. Douglas leads South Umpqua by two games with two to go.

Mountain Valley Conference

Coquille 38, Creswell 29: The Red Devils used an 8-0 run in the closing minutes of the third quarter to build a lead and finished a perfect run through the league standings.

Coquille will host a seeding game Friday night with the winner getting a home game in the Class 3A playoffs as the Red Devils try to get back to the state tournament for the third straight year.

Halle Layton had 11 points for the Red Devils and Morgan Baird added eight. Cali Allen had seven for Creswell.

Sunset Conference

Toledo 47, Gold Beach 28: The Boomers forced a tie for first place in the league standings by beating the host Panthers.

They will share the title if both win Tuesday, when Gold Beach visits Bandon and Toledo is at Waldport.

Myrtle Point 42, Waldport 30: The Bobcats celebrated senior night with a home win over the Irish. Shay Bateman had 18 points and Makenzie Larsen added 12 and Autumn Kasper eight in their final home games.

“Autumn and Shay hit a couple 3s each in the first half to help us build a lead and Kenzie went to work inside in the second half to help us maintain the lead,” Myrtle Point coach Dave Larsen said, adding that fellow seniors Ashly Olson and Maria Medina were strong on defense.

Cierra Topete had 17 points for Waldport.

Bandon 33, Reedsport 18: Nikki Lakey scored 13 points and Bandon swept the season series with Reedsport with a win at North Bend.

Bandon got into foul trouble in the second quarter and struggled defensively in a zone, but overcame the issues in the second half to win going away. Gabby Clark led Reedsport with six points.

Bandon hosts Gold Beach in its Sunset Conference finale on Tuesday night. Reedsport hosts Myrtle Point at the Pirate Palace at Marshfield.

Skyline League

Elkton 58, Pacific 15: The Pirates fell into a tie for first place with Camas Valley in the league’s South Division, forcing a tiebreaker game Saturday in North Bend to determine which goes straight to the league tournament next weekend.

Hannah Maxwell had 24 points to lead Elkton to the win. Hannah Washabaugh scored eight for Pacific.

Powers 39, Yoncalla 37: The Cruisers finished the season on a winning note, edging the host Eagles as Madison Kamakele hit the game-winner at the buzzer. 

Miya Clauson had 16 points to lead the Cruisers. Kamakele added six. Shanausi Hardy had 18 for Yoncalla.

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