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The Lakers have been one of the most successful basketball programs in the Pacific Northwest during the last 25 years. The Lakers have been ranked in the A.P. polls nearly every year and have finished eighth, seventh (2), sixth (3), fifth (1), fourth (1), third (3), second (1), and first (1) in the Oregon State 4A Tournament. Twenty-four Laker players have gone on to play at the Division One level during those years with many others playing at the D-2, NAIA, and community college level.

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1999-2000 Season

1998-1999 Season

1997-1998 Season

1996-1997 Season

1995-1996 Season

1994-1995 Season

1993-1994 Season

1992-1993 Season

1991-1992 Season

1989-1990 Season

1988-1989 Season

1987-1988 Season

1986-1987 Season

Saturday, March 6
Lakers Finish 4th at State Tournament
The Lady Lakers took 4th place at the OSAA 4A State Tournament this week. LO lost the semi-final game to Southridge 44 - 28. They bounced back on Friday night to defeat the Pendle Buckaroos 59 - 41. On the final day of the tournament the Lakers beat Central Catholic 72 - 49 in the fourth place game. The Lakers finished the season with an overall record of 23 - 5.

Sarah Lindley and Kelsey Lavender were name to the All-Tournament Second Team.


Wednesday, March 10
Coach Lavender Announces Retirement
Gary Lavender, who has coached girls basketball in Oregon for more than 30 years, announced his retirement, citing a desire to spend more time with his family.

"It's just time to move on," Lavender said. "I'm looking forward to spending time with my family and watching my son's games."

Lavender has been a mainstay in Oregon prep coaching circles since the 1970s, including the past 27 seasons at Lake Oswego High School. He has a 544-190 career record (.741) and has guided Lake Oswego to 14 trophies at the state tournament. The Lakers won the 1993 state championship. In his final season, the Lakers finished 4th at the state tournament and ended the Oregon City Pioneers 71 game winning streak against Oregon teams by beating them in January.


   
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