Two members of Baker High School’s history-making 2019 state championship girls basketball team are continuing their hoops careers at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham.

Rose Gwillim is a starter for the Saints, and Jayme Ramos is a key contributor off the bench.

In Mt. Hood’s 88-39 win over South Puget Sound on Friday, Gwillim, a 5-foot-10 forward, scored 12 points and topped the Saints with 11 rebounds.

Raymos, a 5-foot-8 guard, scored a season-high 7 points in 19 minutes of action.

In a 69-40 Mt. Hood win over Tacoma on Saturday, Gwilliam scored a season-high 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.

In Mt. Hood’s season-opening 62-40 win over Olympic on Nov. 16, Gwillim scored 11 points and led the Saints with 13 rebounds. Ramos scored 1 point and grabbed 3 rebounds.

In the Saints’ 75-70 overtime win over Peninsula College on Nov. 17, Gwillim scored 12 points and again led Mt. Hood with 14 rebounds. Ramos, who played 25 minutes, tallied 4 points.

Two former Baker High School boys basketball players, and brothers, are important members of the Northwest Christian University hoops squad this year.

Kaden Sand, a 2019 BHS graduate, and his brother, Logan, a 2016 BHS grad, both play for the Eugene school where their father, BHS girls basketball coach Mat Sand, starred.

In seven games for the Saints, who are 2-5 on the season, Kaden Sand is averaging 8.3 points per game, ranking fifth on the team. He’s also averaging 3.6 rebounds per game, and has blocked six shots.

Logan Sand ranks sixth in scoring, at 7.8 points per game. He’s averaging 3.2 rebounds per game.

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