The Oakridge girls basketball team cruised to a win over Orchard View to open postseason play Monday night.

The Eagles led throughout, winning 59-17 in a Division 2 district semifinal game.

Oakridge’s Mallory Whipple takes a shot over OV’s No. 34 Cambrie Hardy. Photo/Sherry Wahr

Kyla Stewart scored 16 points to lead Oakridge, while Leah Lowry added eight points, eight rebounds and four assists. Anna Lundquist totalled eight points and six rebounds and Lily Blackburn added seven points for the Eagles.

Oakridge led 23-2 after the first quarter, 35-8 entering halftime and 49-11 at the end of the third quarter.

Oakridge is now 8-9 on the season and moves on to face Whitehall in the district semifinals Wednesday night .

The Cardinals finish the season 0-19. 


SPARTA 58, FREMONT 36 — The Packers fell behind early in a Division 2 district quarterfinal game and never recovered Monday night. 

Fremont trailed the first quarter 18-7, trailed 30-18 entering halftime, and trailed 48-28 at the end of the third quarter.

Ravenna’s No. 4 Madeline Kilbourne goes in on a fast break. Photo/Tonya Pardon

Kennedy Christoffersen and Mia Witte led Fremont with eight points each.

Six players scored eight or more points for Sparta, led by Bella Vallone with 13. 

Fremont finishes the season with a record of 5-13 overall, including 5-9 in conference play.


RAVENNA 64, LAKEVIEW 33 — Delaney Mabrito and Emily Crowley lead the way for Ravenna as they won in big fashion in a Division 3 district quarterfinal game.

Mabrito had 17 points and led the team in rebounds while Crowley had 15 points for the Bulldogs. Haley Lemkie added nine points for Ravenna.

Ravenna had a 23-10 lead after the first quarter, led 44-12 going into halftime and led 55-26 at the end of the third quarter.

Ravenna is now 6-11 overall and they will play Morley-Stanwood in the district semifinal on Wednesday.

Charlie Banks goes around the defender for MCC. Photo/Leo Valdez

MASON COUNTY CENTRAL 40, LEROY PINE RIVER 37 — Wren Nelson came up big for MCC, finishing with a double-double to help the Spartans advance to the next round of playoffs.

Nelson had 10 points and 14 rebounds while teammate Nyah Tyron finished with 12 points and four steals. Adria Quigley added nine points and four assists in the win.

Mason County Central led 11-7 after the first quarter, 26-19 entering halftime and 32-28 at the end of the third quarter.

The Spartans are now 5-13 on the season and they will play Hesperia in the district semifinals Wednesday at Shelby. 

SHELBY 51, EVART 40 — Big games from Kendall Zoulek and Lauren Brown helped propel Shelby to a win in a Division 3 district opener Monday night.

No. 33 Megan Sly drives to the basket for Shelby. Photo/Leo Valdez

Zoulek led the Tigers with 17 points and grabbed eight rebounds, while Brown registered a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds. Lexi Schultz added nine points and six rebounds for Shelby. 

Shelby led the first quarter 11-7, led 21-13 entering halftime, and led 37-26 at the end of the third quarter.

The Tigers improve to 10-7 on the season and advance to face Hart in the district semifinals on Wednesday.

WHITE CLOUD 63, HOLTON 19 — Holton’s season comes to an end with a loss in the first round of districts Monday night.

The Red Devils trailed 11-4 at the end of the first quarter, 30-13 entering halftime and 53-18 at the end of the third quarter.

Holton finishes the season with a record of 6-12.


Holton’s No. 5 Abigail Fowler dribbles through the press. Photo/Tonya Pardon