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Tournament Results

2015

Champion: Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, VA)
2nd Place: DeMatha Catholic (Hyattsville, MD)
Venue: Liberty High School, Hillsboro, OR

2014

Champion: Montverde Academy (Montverde, FL)
2nd Place: West Linn High School (West Linn, OR)
Venue: Liberty High School, Hillsboro, OR

2013

Champion: Rainier Beach High School (Seattle, WA)
2nd Place: Bishop Gorman High School (Las Vegas, NV)
Venue: Liberty High School, Hillsboro, OR

2012

Champion: Lake Oswego High School (Lake Oswego,OR)
2nd Place: Jesuit High School (Portland, OR)
Venue: Liberty High School, Hillsboro, OR

2011

Champion: Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, VA)
2nd Place: Jesuit High School (Portland, OR)
Venue: Liberty High School, Hillsboro, OR

2010

Champion: DeMatha Catholic (Hyattsville, MD)
2nd Place: Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV)
Venue: Liberty High School, Hillsboro, OR

2009

Champion: Westchester Comets (Los Angeles, CA)
2nd Place: Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, VA)
Venue: Liberty High School, Hillsboro, OR

2008

Champion: Dominguez Dons (Compton, CA)
2nd Place: Fairfax Lions (Los Angeles, CA)
Venue: Liberty High School, Hillsboro, OR

2007

Champion: Archbishop Mitty (CA)
2nd Place: Oregon City (OR)
Venue: Liberty High School, Hillsboro, OR

2006

Champion: Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, VA)
2nd Place: South Medford (Medford, OR)
Venue: Liberty High School, Hillsboro, OR
  • At tournament tip-off, Oak Hill Academy (VA) was ranked #1 and Wheeler High School (GA) was ranked #12 by USA Today. The 2006 tournament sold out each day before 10:00 a.m. and total event attendance exceeded 25,000. Additional national participants included Mountain View High School (AZ). The tournamentís 2nd place team South Medford went on to win the 2007 Oregon State Basketball Championship.

    2005

    Champion: Reserve Christian (Reserve, LA)
    2nd Place: Westchester (Los Angeles, CA)
    Venue: Liberty High School, Hillsboro, OR
  • USA Today #8 ranked Rice High School (NY) loses to eventual LSI Champion Reserve Christian (LA) by two points in their third game. They then go on to lose to Oregonís Lake Oswego by six points. Towson Catholic (MD) rounded out the field of national teams participating in this tournament.

    2004

    Champion: Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, VA)
    2nd Place: Hillsboro High School (Hillsboro, OR)
    Venue: Liberty High School, Hillsboro, OR
  • Three USA Today ranked teams participated in the 2004 LSI: Oak Hill Academy at #3; Montrose Christian at #9; and Fairfax High School at #13. Oak Hill wins the tournament with Montrose Christian placing 5th and Fairfax winning the consolation bracket.

    2003

    Champion: Jesuit High School (Portland, OR)
    2nd Place: Lake Oswego High School (Lake Oswego, OR)
    Venue: University of Portland, Portland OR
  • Three national teams participated in the 2003 LSI : Georgetown Prep (DC); Hillcrest (AL); and Verbum Dei (CA)) but it was two Oregon teams competing for the LSI Championship. Freshman Kevin Love is the first freshman to be selected the LSIís Most Valuable Player.

    2002

    Champion: Bishop OíConnell (IN)
    2nd Place: Westbury Christian (TX)
    Venue: University of Portland, Portland, OR
  • Bishop OíConnell entered the tournament ranked #9 and Westbury Christian ranked #20 by USA Today. Additional non-Oregon participants included Southern Lab High School (LA) and Australiaís Bendigo Senior Secondary.

    2001

    Champion: Oak Hill Academy (VA)
    2nd Place: Churchill High School (OR)
    Venue: Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR
  • Oak Hill Academyís pretournament ranking was #2 in the country by USA Today. #24 ranked Mater Dei of California beat Roseburg High School but lost to Oregonís Jesuit High School and Little Rock Arkansasí Central High School. Additional national participants included St. John Bosco (CA) and Central High School (AR).

    2000

    Champion: Dominquez High School (CA)
    2nd Place: Jefferson High School (OR)
    Venue: Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR

    1999

    Champion: Jefferson High School (OR)
    2nd Place: Jesuit High School (OR)
    Venue: Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR
  • This yearís tournament featured USA Todayís #1 ranked Rice High School (NY) and #21 ranked Southern Lab (LA). Jefferson High School was ranked #25 and went on to win the 2000 Oregon State Basketball Championship. The field of national participants also included Redondo Union (CA).

    1998

    Champion: Crenshaw High School (CA)
    2nd Place: Jefferson High School (OR)
    Venue: Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR
  • Additional national participants included Lexington Catholic (KY) and Tampa Prep (FL).

    1997

    Champion: Oak Hill Academy (VA)
    2nd Place: Churchill High School (OR)
    Venue: Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR
  • Additional national participants included Evergreen High School (WA), Torre Pines High School (FL) and British Columbiaís Vancouver College.

    1996

    Champion: Beaverton High School (OR)
    2nd Place: McNary High School, Salem, OR
    Venue: Westview High School, Portland, OR
                  South Salem High School, Salem, OR
                  University of Portland, Portland, OR
  • East Anchorage (AK) and Laguna Hills (CA) were the tournamentís first national participants
  • More than 70 athletes make up the list of LSI Event Elite including:
      - Carmello Anthony
      - Tyson Chandler
      - Michael Dunleavy Jr
      - Kevin Durant
      - Joey Harrington
      - Brandon Jennings
      - Terrence Jones
      - Tywon Lawson
      - Kevin Love
      - Kyle Singler
      - Nolan Smith
      - Salim Stoudamire
      - Ndamukong Suh
      - Dominic Waters
      - D.J. White

    LSI Event Elite
     
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