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Foul Line 1/3/11

A little bit of this and that from the Oregon high school sports scene.

BASKETBALL

Everybody In The State Was There

North Eugene beat arch-rival South Eugene 63-62 before a crowd of 9,668 paying fans at Mac Court - February 19, 1963, laying claim to the largest regular season  turnout in Oregon prep history.  North Eugene was 15-1 and South carried a 13-3 mark into the big game, including a victory over the Highlanders earlier in the month.

The large crowd was fueled by North’s number one rating in the state and South holding down the number two spot in the ratings.  Mel Krause’s northside outfit would suffer only the loss at the hands of the Axemen enroute to a 25-1 overall record, and their first state championship.  Bill Thomas led the winners with a game-high 29 points.

What makes this attendance mark even harder to believe, is that the game was held on a Tuesday night.

Next in line on the big crowd list is the Jefferson-Benson game of February 23, 1972.  Held at the Memorial Coliseum, with 7,858 fans looking on, Jefferson squeaked out a two point win, 78-76, over the Techsters.



A Dozen From 10-Feet

It was less than  a year ago when the Oregon prep record was set for the number of dunks in a single-contest.  With Terrence Jones doing most of the damage, Jefferson High School was reported to have slammed home a dozen shots via the dunk.  This came in a playoff game with the South Albany High School Rebels  in which the Demos would win 122-78.  March 6, 2010

 



Two Oregon Preps Hit For 51


Shoni Schimmel’s school scoring record at Franklin High School stood for just over a year until little sister Jude Schimmel got a hold of it.  Last Tuesday (December 28, 2010) at the Century Tournament, Jude poured in 51 points in a losing cause as the host team defeated the Quakers 73-68.

Almost one year ago, Jude’s older sister, Shoni, scored a Franklin school record 48 points in a 91-52 victory over Canby.  The younger Schimmel hit on 21-of-40 from the field and 5-of-11 from the line - that includes 4-of-10 from beyond the arch.  She also was credited with 12 rebounds.

 

On the boys side - David Mokan of Open Door Christian, located in Troutdale, scored 51 points in a 103-77 win over Triangle Lake High School on December 27, 2010, in the first round of the Perrydale Tournament.  Mokan has been there before. Last year as a junior he scored 52 in a 83-70 win over the Portland Waldorf School.

 

 



You Did Not Know This About Wilt!

 

Wilt Chamberlain, a career .511 free throw shooter during his 13 years in the NBA could step up and put them down when he really wanted to make a point.

On March 2, 1962 in Hersey, Pa., “The Big Dipper” would abuse the New York Knicks, by scoring his now famous 100 points, leading his Philadelphia Warriors to a 169-147 rout of the Knicks.  Chamberlain was 36-of-63 from the floor and had his best night ever from the line, dropping in 28-of-32 free throws (.875).

While a high schooler at Philadelphia’s Overbrook High School (February 17, 1955) he hit on 18-of-26 from the charity stripe in a 123-21 victory over Roxborough.  Wilt connected on 36-of-41 field goals to cash in on 90 points - his prep high.

 

 


 

Here’s a list of the top individual one-game scoring leaders as reported to this column.

 

Boys

 

51     David Mokan, Open Door Christian HS

vs Triangle Lake High School (103-77)

December 27, 2010

 

42     Andrew Andrews, Benson HS

vs Evergreen (Wash) HS (61-60)

December 27, 2010

 

41   Jordan Tebbutt, Horizon Christian

vs Central Catholic High School (62-67)

13-of-23 FG’s / 12-of-16 FT’s

3-of-11 3-pt / 8 rebounds

Les Schwab Tournament

6-foot-4 / Junior

December 27, 2010

 

38 Andy Avgi, Woodburn High School

vs Putnam High School (60-62)

December 11, 2010

 

37 Billy Hansen, Ashland High School

vs Eureka, CA. HS (60-45)

6 3-pters

December 4, 2010 / Junior

 

37 Tanner Omlid, Central High School

vs Marshall High School (67-68) ot

4 3-pters

December 14, 2010

 

36 Kory Kirwan, Glencoe High School

vs North Salem High School (48-64)

December 7, 2010

 

36   Billy Hansen, Ashland High School

vs Henley High School (71-58)

10 3-pters

December 2010

 

Girls

 

51 Jude Schimmel, Franklin High School

vs Century High School (82-73)

21-of-40 FG’s / 5-of-11 FT’s

4-of-10 3-pters / 12 rebounds

December 28, 2010

 

38 Pele Gianotti, Riddle High School

vs North Douglas High School (73-30)

15-of-25 FG’s / 12 rebs / 6 steals

6-foot-0 / Freshman

December 9, 2010

 

37 Jude Schimmel, Franklin High School

vs Sandy High School (82-73)

5 3-pointers / 15 rebs / 11 steals

December 10, 2010

 

36 Pele Gianotti, Riddle High School

vs Monroe High School (79-66)

December 10, 2010

 

 

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