Coquille’s boys and girls swept the team titles at their own tournament Saturday.
The boys beat Reedsport 56-35 and the girls topped St. Mary’s 63-30.
Seth Waddington had 18 points to lead Coquille’s boys. Henry Scolari added 14 and Noah Hyatt 11.
Dallas McGill had 10 points for Reedsport.
St. Mary’s beat Rogue River 73-32 in the consolation game. Gavin Rajagopal had 19 points and Weston Grant 15 for the defending state champions. Aaron Hansen led Rogue River with nine.
The all-tournament team included Waddington and Scolari for Coquille, McGill and Tyreece Gardner for Reedsport, Joe Johnson of St. Mary’s and Rogue River’s Hansen.
Pacific 61, Prospect 32: The Pirates won their second straight at their home crossover tournament with another big first quarter, outscoring the Cougars 32-5 in the opening eight minutes.
John Morril-Keeler had 19 points, Steven White 14 and Josh Engdahl 11 for the Pirates. Jarred Gaines scored 10 for Prospect.
Powers 59, Butte Falls 10: The Cruisers topped the Loggers. Jack Lehnherr had 18 points and Austin Stallard 12 in the win.
Valley Catholic 75, North Bend 39: The Bulldogs were beaten by the hot-shooting Valiants on the road on the second game of their two-day road trip.
Andrew Plambeck hit five of Valley Catholics 10 3-pointers and had a game-high 20 points.
Garrett Curtis scored 13 and Tyler Hanneman had 10 for North Bend.
North Bend also lost to Newport on Friday and will look to bounce back when they host Phoenix in their home opener Tuesday.
Oakland 74, Myrtle Point 37: The Bobcats fell to the Oakers in the consolation game of the Douglas tournament.
Cameron Benzel had 17 points, Andrew Harrington 14 and Nic Freeman 13 for Oakland. Jake Miller led Myrtle Point with 16.
Coquille 63, St. Mary’s 30: The Red Devils outscored the Crusaders 37-12 in the first half and sailed to the tournament win.
Darian Wilson had 21 points, McKenna Wilson 12 and Tori Renard 11 for the Red Devils, who stayed perfect on the season.
Emma Bennion and Ibixica Alvarez had 11 points each for St. Mary’s and were named to the all-tournament team along with Darian Wilson and Renard, Reedsport’s Anna Zetzsche and Rogue River’s Jesse Langfield.
The Braves beat the Chieftains 46-23 in the consolation game. Details were not available.
Valley Catholic 64, North Bend 41: The Bulldogs were unable to follow up their Friday win at Newport when they visited the Valiants on Saturday.
“It was rough,” North Bend coach Adam Decker said. “They kind of punched us in the mouth a little bit.
“They were good.”
The Bulldogs trailed just 20-16 after the first quarter, but the Valiants pulled away from there.
Haley Edwards had 12 points and Haley Snelgrove nine for the Bulldogs. Noelle Mannen had 14 points and hit four of Valley Catholic’s nine 3-pointers.
Decker was proud of his team’s effort, despite the loss.
“The girls played really hard,” he said.
Pacific 47, Prospect 29: Jessica Martinez had 13 points and Alecia Finley added 10 as the Pirates won in their home crossover tournament.
“My guards and wings are making progress,” Pacific coach Bob Lemerande said after his team got its second straight win.
Powers 49, Brookings-Harbor JV 21: The Cruisers won at the Pacific crossover tournament, as Emilie Fandel had 16 points and Miya Clauson nine.
Oakland 54, Myrtle Point 30: The Oakers topped the Bobcats in the consolation game of the Douglas tournament at Winston.
Codi Wallace had 15 points for the Bobcats in the loss. Rachel Arts scored 19 for Oakland.
Springfield Invitational: Reedsport’s Devin Lichte placed third at 152 pounds to lead Reedsport’s efforts in the tournament at Springfield.
Lichte had pins in his first two matches before losing to Justyn Barton of Lowell. He bounced back to beat Deven Contreras of Harrisburg in his third-place match.
River Lichte (120 pounds) and Griffin Lavigne (220) lost in the consolation semifinals, one round from placing.
Harrisburg won the 18-team tournament. Reedsport placed 15th.