Hannah Bogatin (Corvallis) had 10 assists and five digs Tuesday in Southern Oregon’s three-set loss to Northwest in a Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament match in Kirkland, Washington.

Teammate Malie Rube (Crescent Valley) had six kills.

Madison Milligan (Santiam Christian) had 37 assists, 14 digs and an ace Saturday in Corban’s five-set win at Oregon Tech in Klamath Falls.

A day earlier, Milligan had 36 assists, nine digs and an ace in a five-set win at Southern Oregon in Ashland.

Bogatin had 18 assists and five digs and Rube 14 kills and four digs for Southern Oregon.

Friday, Bella Smith (Santiam Christian) had one dig in Oregon Tech’s five-set home win against Northwest Christian.

Saturday, Bogatin had 24 assists, three digs and one kill in a five-set home loss to Northwest Christian. Rube added four kills and one assist.

Corban is the top seed in the CCC tournament and will host a semifinal Friday.


Haylie Bennett (Philomath) had six kills and a block assist Sunday in Oregon State’s three-set win at California. Teammate Maddy Gravley (Santiam Christian) added four kills and one block assist.

Friday, Bennett recorded nine kills and a dig in a three-set loss at Stanford. Gravley had three block assists, one kill and one dig.


Eleanor Belton (Corvallis) had four kills, three digs and two block assists Saturday in Chemeketa’s four-set win at Clark in Vancouver, Washington.

She had six kills and a block assist Friday in a three-set win at Mount Hood in Gresham.


Hadley Heck (Crescent Valley) had one dig Saturday in Portland State’s five-set loss at Sacramento State.


J.D. Lasswell (Corvallis), caught six passes for 54 yards, including an 11-yard touchdown reception, Saturday in Linfield’s 23-0 home win against Puget Sound in McMinnville.


Ryan Duenas (Philomath) had four tackles Saturday in College of Siskiyous’ 38-0 win at Sierra in Rocklin, California.


Grant Schroeder (Santiam Christian) passed for 55 yards with two interceptions and rushed for 5 yards Saturday in George Fox’s 13-3 home loss to Pacific Lutheran in Newberg.

Teammate Trent Hardin (Philomath) had one tackle and Chase Hudson (Santiam Christian) started at right guard.


Justin Marshall (Crescent Valley) had a 6-yard rush and a 4-yard reception Saturday in Willamette’s 41-13 home loss to Pacific in Salem.

Men’s basketball

Ben DeSaulnier (Philomath) had 29 points — including four 3-pointers and 10-of-16 shooting overall — along with seven rebounds, three assists and two steals Tuesday in Southern Oregon’s 91-79 win at Simpson in Redding, California.


Cal Stueve (Philomath) grabbed one rebound Friday in Oregon Tech’s 87-79 home loss to Menlo in Klamath Falls.

Women’s basketball

Jessica Sexson (Crescent Valley) had six points, two assists and a steal Saturday in Eastern Oregon’s 81-73 win against William Jessup in Rocklin, California.

Friday, she had three points, four rebounds, two assists and two steals in a 70-52 win against Bethesda in Rocklin.

Women’s soccer

Megan Green (Crescent Valley) made three saves in goal Saturday in Oregon Tech’s 1-0 loss at Northwest Christian in a Cascade Collegiate Conference quarterfinal in Springfield.


Alli Young (Crescent Valley) took one shot Sunday in Willamette’s 3-0 win at George Fox in Newberg.

Compiled by Jesse Sowa. If you know of other athletes competing in winter sports, send that information to jesse.sowa@lee.net.