All tournament games in the 2022 State Basketball Championship will be played in Central Oregon on the weekends of Mar 4-6 (Girls) and Mar 11-13 (Boys). To accommodate the recent years' growth to 350+ teams, the State Committee will be entering into agreements from the neighboring towns of Bend, Redmond and Prineville.
Bend Hoops (BH)
1307 NE 1st St, Bend
Bend's first dedicated basketball-only facility. Opened 2014
Summit High School (SHS)
2855 NW Clearwater Dr, Bend
The newest HS in Bend is located in the beautiful foothills on the west side
Bend High School (BHS)
230 NE 6th St, Bend
A recent Lady Lava Bears team jumped into State semifinals
Mountain View (MVHS)
2755 NE 27th St, Bend
The alma mater of the World's Greatest Athlete Ashton Eaton!
Athletic Club of Bend
61615 Athletic Club Dr, Bend
Teams will play in new gym opened in 2014
Pacific Crest Middle School
3030 NW Elwood Ln, Bend
Next door to Summit High. Opened Sept 2015.
Photo taken before scoreboards & bleacher install!
Marshall High School
1291 NE 5th St, Bend, OR 97701
Redmond High School (RHS)
675 SW Rimrock Dr, Redmond
Redmond High Panthers - State Champs 2003
Ridgeview High School (RVHS)
4555 SW Elkhorn Ave, Redmond
Opened in 2012, this modern campus boasts two gyms, with
the Main Gym used for our State Championship final games.
Elton Gregory Middle School (EGMS)
1220 NW Upas Ave, Redmond
Doors opened 2005 - easy 3 mile drive to Redmond High
John Tuck Elementary School (TES)
209 NW 10th St, Redmond
Obsidian Elementary School (TES)
1335 SW Obsidian Ave, Redmond 97756
Sisters High School (SisHS)
1700 McKinney Butte Rd, Sisters
Home of the Outlaws - one of the best venues in Oregon
Sisters Elementary School (SisES)
611 E Cascade Ave, Sisters
In the heart of this beautiful western town
Crook County Middle School
100 NE Knowledge St, Prineville
Fun fact: Floors replaced in 2015!
Crook County High School
1100 SE Lynn Blvd, Prineville