Local HS Basketball Scores & Highlights: Friday, December 28, 2018

The local Southern Oregon Subaru Christmas Classic as well as the Abby's Holiday Classic continued Friday as many other local schools played in tournaments out of the area.

Posted: Dec. 28, 2018 10:28 PM
Updated: Dec. 29, 2018 12:24 AM

MEDFORD -- The second round of the Southern Oregon Subaru Christmas Classic and Abby's Holiday Classic wrapped up on Friday, setting the stage for championship games on Saturday. There were other teams in action around the state and elsewhere Friday night. Check for all local scores below and watch the video above for the full Friday night Roundball Wrap show.

Southern Oregon Subaru Christmas Classic Girls Scores: 

Cascade Christian 52, Eagle Point 50

Crater 73, Klamath Union 31 (Crater advances to championship)

St. Mary's 49, Phoenix 36

Southern Oregon Subaru Christmas Classic Boys Scores: 

Crater 62, Dayton 58 (OT)

Phoenix 66, St. Mary's 53

Hidden Valley 59, Cascade Christian 54

Abby's Holiday Classic Boys Scores:

North Medford 82, West Albany 57

McNary 55, South Medford 48

Out-of-area Girls Scores:

Ingelmoor (WA) 44, Grants Pass 32

South Medford 67, American (Fremont, CA) 42

Abbotsford (BC) 46, North Medford 32

Willamette 41, Ashland 40

Out-of-area Boys Scores:

Banks 61, Henley 54

Ashland 46, Central 37

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