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A rundown of Wednesday's first-round games:

No. 1 Beaverton 62, No. 32 Central Catholic 22: Zoe Borter scored 15 points and Lainey Spear added 14 points to lead the Beavers, who also got three three-pointers and 11 points from Emily Rice.

No. 17 Westview 37, No. 16 Forest Grove 28: The Wildcats won on the road behind Jalay Harris-Burns and Allison Kantor, who had 14 points and 11 points, respectively.

No. 24 Cleveland 71, No. 9 Mountainside 65: Addy Huss scored 21 points and Malia Waiwaiole added 14 points as Cleveland won on the road. Stella Blaha (12 points) had four three-pointers for the Warriors, including three bridging the third and fourth quarters that gave Cleveland separation. Halle Hageman had 14 points for Mountainside, which led 31-29 at half.

No. 8 West Linn 45, No. 25 Grant 36: Allie Roden made four three-pointers and scored 21 points to go along with four rebounds and four steals for West Linn. Alana Molden chipped in with 10 points and six rebounds and Audrey Kehoe added eight points and 10 rebounds for the Lions. Eboni Clay had 12 points for Grant.

No. 5 Clackamas 59, No. 28 St. Mary's Academy 27: Freshman Jazzy Davidson dominated with 34 points, 13 rebounds and nine steals for the Cavaliers, who also got 12 points from freshman Sara Barhoum. Clackamas outscored the Blues 24-2 in the third quarter to lead 53-22. Tyra Trimble had nine points for St. Mary's Academy.

No. 21 Grants Pass 46, No. 12 West Salem 44: Mia Thompson scored on a putback with two seconds left to propel Grants Pass to the road win. The Cavers trailed 24-16 at half but came back behind Brooke Anderson, who scored 18 points. Baylee Butler led West Salem with 13 points.

No. 13 Oregon City 57, No. 20 Mountain View 35: Game story

No. 4 Lakeridge 62, No. 29 Liberty 31: Keelie O'Hollaren scored 21 points – 19 in the second half – and had 10 rebounds, five assists and five steals for Lakeridge. Reese Ericson added 16 points, seven rebounds, six assists and four steals for the Pacers.

No. 3 South Medford 71, No. 30 Tigard 33: Lottie Dillard (16 points, 11 rebounds) and Sierra Logue (16 points, 10 rebounds) led the way for the Panthers, who led 41-13 at half. Donovyn Hunter had 14 points, six rebounds and six steals in 15 minutes for South Medford.

No. 14 Sheldon 34, No. 19 Tualatin 30: Freshman Diamond Wright had 18 points and six rebounds and Beaux Bruegman added 11 points and six rebounds as the Irish downed the Timberwolves. Sheldon led by two points with 20 seconds left when Bruegman made a steal and passed to Kinley Pappas for the clinching basket with six seconds to go. Anna Sherman had 11 points for Tualatin.

No. 11 Jefferson 54, No. 22 Bend 20: The Democrats ran away from the Lava Bears behind Charisma Johnson, who had 16 points, four rebounds and four steals. Chauncey Anderson (11 points), Brooklyn Chatman (10 points) and Adrianna Lawrence (eight points, seven assists) also made strong contributions for Jefferson.

No. 6 Benson 80, No. 27 Southridge 22: Mahogany Chandler Roberts, a 6-2 sophomore, had 26 points and seven rebounds before sitting out the fourth quarter in the Techsters' win. Olivia Hinck had 14 points, three assists and three steals for Benson.

No. 7 Barlow 46, No. 26 South Eugene 36: Kennedie Shuler and Annie Koenig scored 17 and 15 points, respectively, as the Bruins led wire-to-wire in the win over the Axe. Barlow made 6 of 9 free throws in the fourth quarter to seal it. South Eugene got 13 points from Addie Ruckwardz and 12 points from Sophia Megert.

No. 10 Wells 35, No. 23 McMinnville 16: Daphne Reid and Charlotte Richman scored 10 and nine points, respectively, as Wells smothered the Grizzlies. Eliza Digiulio and Eve Hart each had 10 rebounds for the Guardians.

No. 18 Sherwood 52, No. 15 South Salem 31: Ava Heiden, a 6-foot-4 sophomore, led the Bowmen to the road win with 25 points, including a buzzer-beater at the end of the first half to open a 28-14 lead. Mandie Jensen added nine points for Sherwood. Maggie Lapray had 12 points for South Salem.

No. 2 Jesuit 47, No. 31 Canby 31: Avery Edwards scored 17 points, making five three-pointers in the first half as the Crusaders opened a 34-12 lead. Kayley Borntrager had 11 points for Canby.