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Westside Mobile Media Westside Mobile Media is a streaming media company that broadcasts sports from Portland Oregon's westside suburbs (Mainly Banks High School-Oregon's most successful high school in the 2018-19 school year with 3 state championships)

Westside Mobile Media is designed to inform the people of Western Washington County, Oregon, by providing news, weather and sports entertainment online


"You can't stop him, you can only hope contain him." This quote rang true tonight. After scoring 30 on Tuesday night, and playing his third game in 4 nights, Jacob Slifka, may have had a slow start tonight, but he sure didn't finish that way. Heck, no one could blame him after Slifka's performances this week against #5 Philomath and #1 Woodburn on the road. Against upper class 5A Hillsboro, the Spartans held a 22-19 lead at the half doing the best they could to take advantage of their size with 6-6 Nate Smith and 6-5 Logan Jackson. Sparty played an old school junkyard style of basketball with most of their first half points coming from around the rim, with the officials calling very few fouls in the first half.

Second half everything changed. The score changed, the style of play changed, and the officiating changed.The officials became quicker to blow their whistles, and the Braves ramped up their pressure leading to easier baskets and finding more opportunities for their GTG (go to guy). Slifka had just 3 at the half, but it didn't take long into the third for him to reach double digits. The Braves when on a 10-3 (8 by Slifka) run to start the quarter and increased it to 18-8 over the period to take a 37-30 lead into the final quarter. Jarred Evans (12) and Joseph Buliga (11) did their parts as well in helping the Braves to the win over the 5A Spartans who fell to 2-3, #4 Banks wins their 4th straight to improve to 4-3 with a 54-41 victory over Hillsboro.

Hillsboro. 11 11 8 11--41
BANKS 8 11 18 17--54.


My community of followers and advertising partners (whether social media or in person) and real life community of Banks fans have been the greatest gift to me and Westside Mobile Media since 2015 when we started and beyond. Westside Mobile Media came up with the idea of the annual Banks Christmas Light Parade as a way to give a gift back to the immediate Banks community for their support personally and of Westside Mobile Media broadcasts. Personally I would like to thank Marsha Duncan Kirk for her help handling paperwork, logistics, and volunteer recruitment, Kathryn Fitzpatrick and Mike Fitzpatrick, Brian Fitzpatrick and Jackie Fitzpatrick-Van Dyke, Yeah Dude Racing, Kim Cason, Scott Adams and Banks Fire, City of Banks, Washington County Sheriffs Office and Mounted Patrol, ODOT, Sunset Park Committee and others I may have forgotten. The parade went from no volunteer effort to bigger than I could imagine in 2 short months and these people are the reason why. If you see this I would personally like to invite you to the parade starting Saturday night at 6 and will travel South on Main Street following the same route as the Summer BBQ Parade. I would also like to thank the parade participants.

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Tonight beginning with the pregame at 5:45 it’s game 1 of a doubleheader as Banks Girls 🏀(3-2) hosts (5A) Hillsboro (2-2). That will be followed by the Boys pregame at 7:15 4A #4 Banks Boys 🏀 (3-3) hosts (5A) Hillsboro (2-2) The Braves Boys have held their last 3 opponents (all wins) to less than 44 PPG. Listen live on shnsports.com/westside Listen live on shnsports.com/westside


Congratulations to the Banks Lady Braves tonight who improve to 3-2 with a 54-14 blow out win at 3A Rainier. The Lady Braves host 5A Hillsboro Thursday night at 6 in the first of a Girls/Boys doubleheader. You can listen to both games beginning with the pregame at 5:45 on shnsports.com/westside


Jacob Slifka finished with a game high 30 (17 in the first half) and Jarred Evans and Joseph Buliga each chipped in 12 as Banks rolls on the road handing their opponent their first loss of the season for the 2nd consecutive night. Last night Banks held #5 Philomath to 10, tonight the top ranked Woodburn Bulldogs were the victim managing just 13 first half points. Both teams got hot in the third but Braves win going away 61-44 to improve to 3-3. Jonathan Marroquin led the Bulldogs with 9 who drop to 3-1. Banks hosts 5A Hillsboro Thursday night at 730 in the second of a doubleheader.

Banks 17 15 19 10–61
Woodburn 6 7 18 13–44


Halftime #10 Banks 32 #1 Woodburn 13


Tonight beginning with the pregame at 6:45 #10 Banks (2-3) looks for their 3rd straight win when they travel to #1 Woodburn (3-0). It’s a rematch of last year’s semifinal win that propelled the Braves into the state championship. Banks is coming off a win last night at home where they held previously undefeated #5 Philomath to 10 first half points. Listen live on shnsports.com/westside


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Final Banks 56 #5 Philomath 42

Banks used their speed and quickness to force Philomath to commit more first half turnovers than they had points. Jacob Slifka again had the hot hand and Banks is able to pick up their biggest win of the early season. Slifka led the Braves with 21 but got a great all around team effort as nearly every player scored but no others in double figures. Toby Steuve led the Warriors with 14.

Philomath 4 6 12 20–42
BANKS 14 13 12 17–56


Halftime Banks 27 #5 Philomath 10. Jacob Slifka with 11.

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Tonight beginning with the pregame at 7:15 the defending state 4A Boys Champs Banks Braves (1-3) look for their 2nd straight win when they host #5 Philomath (3-0). Listen live on SHNSports.com/westside

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Defending state champs Banks Boys picked up their first win of the season tonight 51-45 at Stayton to improve to 1-3. Banks will next be in action Monday night when they host Philomath. Listen live beginning with the pregame at 7:15 on SHNSports.com/westside


Karlee Tyler (22) and annual all state selection KJ Nyquist (16) scored all but 5 of Stayton’s 43 points as the Eagles size and experience doomed the Braves. Stayton nearly held Banks scoreless the entire first quarter before Hailey Evans’ whirling layup as the horn sounded put points in the board. The Braves had plenty of opportunities in close and at the line to more than make up the difference but seemed to have difficulty putting the ball in the hoop. Evans led the Braves with 6. Banks falls to 2-2 and will be at 3A Rainier Tuesday. Stayton improves to 4-1.

Stayton 10 11 7 15–43
BANKS 2 7 14 7-30

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Banks Girls 🏀 (2-1) looks for their 3rd straight win tonight when they host Stayton (3-1). Listen live beginning with pregame at 6:45 on shnsports.com/westside

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‪Banks held a 23-16 lead at the half but Gladstone doubled their first half output scoring 32 after the break (including 19 in the 3rd) and comes back from a 7 point halftime deficit to defeat defending state 4A champs Banks 48-45. Banks had a 29-20 lead in the third before Gladstone went on a 15-2 run before the end of the quarter. Banks had a chance to tie with the ball under 7 seconds left and Jacob Slifka was fouled by Sebastian Peiffer but missed the front of a one and one. The Braves had 2 last chances to tie under 03 but both came up short. Jacob Slifka had a game high 14 for Banks (0-3). Jude Ashpole finished with 13 for the Glads (3-1). Banks Boys will be at Stayton tomorrow night. Banks Girls will host Stayton beginning with the pregame at 6:45 on shnsports.com/westside

Gladstone 6 10 19 13–48
BANKS 12 11 13 9-45

Defending OSAA 4A Boys Champ #4 Banks hosts #6 Gladstone beginning with the pregame at 7:15. Listen live on SHNSports.co...

Defending OSAA 4A Boys Champ #4 Banks hosts #6 Gladstone beginning with the pregame at 7:15. Listen live on SHNSports.com/westside

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Tonight beginning with the pregame at 7:15 defending state champs Banks (0-2) hosts Gladstone (2-1) in the Braves Boys Basketball home opener. Listen live on SHNSports.com/westside

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Kate Hailey was on fire early and led a balanced scoring attack from the Braves as Banks picked up their first win of the season thrashing winless Estacada 64-22. Hailey had a game high 12 points as the Braves and the patented Brandon Begley swarming defense forced what seemed at least one jump ball per Estacada possession and when they weren’t forcing the alternate arrow they were coming away with steals. Fouls, turnovers, jump balls, Estacada had more of each of those than points in the entire game. One thing Banks will need to improve on though before taking on much tougher Gladstone and Stayton would be free throws. The young Braves left a lot of points off the board which could cost them against tougher opponents with closer outcomes. Still though a good “get right” game with the blowout victory. Riley Canifax led the Lady Rangers with 7. Lady Braves travel to Gladstone Friday night. Banks Boys host Gladstone in their home opener Friday which can be heard on SHNSports.com/westside beginning with the pregame at 645

Estacada 4 6 4 8–22
Banks 18 19 14 13–64


Official stats are in for Fall broadcasts of Banks High athletics under our first season with Texas based SHN Sports. Broadcasts of Banks football and volleyball totaled nearly 3600 views and a total watch time of over 550 hours. What does that mean for you as a business? It means people are watching our broadcasts under the newest and most exciting form of media, internet broadcasting. To get your business in on the newest and most exciting form of advertising, contact Westside Mobile Media today. We’re still early in the 2019-20 season with broadcasts continuing all the way into late July with American Legion baseball. Plenty of sponsorship/advertising opportunities still exist. Contact Westside Mobile Media to find out more

Tomorrow night beginning with the pregame at 6:45 the Banks Lady Braves (0-1) host the Estacada Lady Rangers (0-3). Bank...
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Tomorrow night beginning with the pregame at 6:45 the Banks Lady Braves (0-1) host the Estacada Lady Rangers (0-3). Banks lost their season opener 58-30 at #1 Philomath Wednesday night. Estacada's 3 losses came @ Stayton 55-13, and to defending state 4A champ Baker 68-27 and 5A Crook County 55-36 at Crook County's Central Oregon Tip-Off Classic last weekend. The Rangers have been blown out in all 3 losses scoring just 76 points in 3 games (25.3 PPG) while giving up 178 points (59.7 PPG). Listen to the broadcast live on SHNsports.com/westside

Live in game screen for basketball broadcasts:Left side=road team rosterRight side=home team rosterAbove each=school log...

Live in game screen for basketball broadcasts:

Left side=road team roster
Right side=home team roster

Above each=school logo

Upper right=sponsor logo scroll
Center right=broadcaster info
Bottom right=in-game score

Bottom left=network info
Bottom left/center=game info
Bottom center=in-game score sponsor


Westside Mobile Media is proud to announce our tentative broadcast schedule for the 2019-20 Banks Boys and Girls Basketball season. All broadcasts will be presented by Jim’s Thriftway. Road trips to coastal teams will be based on availability to travel with team.

12/9 Estacada (Girls)
12/13 Gladstone (Boys)
12/14 Stayton (Girls)
12/17 @ Woodburn (Boys)
12/19 Hillsboro (Boys and Girls)
1/2 Banks Tourney (Girls) TBD
1/3 Banks Tourney (Girls) TBD
1/4 Banks Tourney (Girls) TBD
1/7 N Marion (Boys and Girls)
1/9 Corbett (Boys)
1/14 Hood River Valley (Boys)
1/17 Newport (Girls)
1/24 @ ASTORIA
2/20 @ SEASIDE

Games in CAPS indicate Cowapa League contest and will involve both Boys and Girls programs

All broadcasts on SHNSports.com/westside


Here is the Coaches Poll Girls Basketball Top 10:

Thanks Travis Newton


1. Philomath (6) 102

2. Marist Catholic (1) 75

3. Astoria (1) 73

4. Baker (3) 67

5. North Marion 57

6. Hidden Valley 42

7. Cottage Grove 32

8. Banks 30

9. Newport 20

10. La Grande 17

First-place votes in parentheses

Others receiving significant votes: Stayton (14), Valley Catholic (14), Cascade (12), Junction City (9), Seaside (9), Madras (8)


Saturday we blew another record out of the water. The Baker vs. Banks Football Quarterfinals broadcast drew nearly 600 listeners/viewers and that’s not counting the listeners on 104.7 in Baker. If you’d like to have your business’s marketing message heard on broadcasts contact Westside Mobile Media. Basketball starts in about 3 weeks December 4th. Act quickly to get in before the first game of the season.

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Tomorrow is my final broadcast of the Fall sports season on shnsports.com/westside. Listen live as #9 Baker Bulldogs (6-3, District 6 #2) travels to Hare Field in downtown Hillsboro to take on #1 Banks (District 1 #1). Winner takes on #5 Marist Catholic of Eugene (28-21 winners at #4 N Marion earlier tonight. Note: Banks and Marist would face each other in the semis with a Banks win. Banks defeated Marist twice last season including in the quarterfinals. Banks toughest and most competitive win of the season was a 19-14 win at Marist in week 3. Listen to tomorrow’s game beginning at 1240 with the pregame on shnsports.com/westside

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The top seeded defending champs Valley Catholic beat #9 seed Banks this morning in a hard fought 3 set 25-23, 25-21, 25-21 battle to advance to take on #4 seed Junction City who defeated #12 N Marion 3 sets to 2. Banks and North Marion play in the “breakfast bracket” tomorrow at Forest Grove High School beginning with the pregame at 745 on shnsports.com/westside the winner will advance to the 4th place trophy game at Noon. Valley Catholic and Junction City play in the semifinals at 6 tonight


Tonight beginning with the pregame at 645 #1 overall seed Banks (District 1 #1 8-0) begins their quest to repeat as OSAA 4A state football champs when they host #16 Marshfield of Coos Bay (District 4 #2 5-3).

The Braves have won 19 straight dating back to week 1 of last season despite losing a huge talented class last year that pummeled defenses putting up big numbers on the board. This year’s team, although not quite putting up the same types of scores have put up a season high 60 in a win at Valley Catholic but look even more impressive defensively led by DL Walker Copley and an astounding secondary including First Team all district Jared Evans who was also District 1’s Offensive POY. All in all Banks ruled the roost with all district selections in a year that saw the defense give up less than 10 PPG and Tanner Shook get named First Team QB despite starting the season as back up. Jacob Slifka one of the top 10 kickers in the state who is also the team’s leading receiver and also an excellent CB was included as K of the year and First Team at his other two positions along with RB Martial Stegemier. Multiple other players were also named to the district teams.

Marshfield and Banks met last year in the state semis at Cottage Grove leading to Banks championship win 31-20 last year over Seaside. The Gulls are back in the playoffs this year (which seemed unlikely after an 0-3 start) but the 12 seed and District 1 #2 won 4 of 5 in league. It would take an upset over Marist in Eugene and then a likely upset over this year’s surprise team N Marion in the Quarters for a playoff rematch for the league foes.

Tillamook (District 1 #3) advanced last week with a win at Elmira (District 4#3) and are seeded 15. The Mooks travel to District 5 champs Mazama of Klamath Falls Saturday for their first trip to the quarterfinals in a handful of years.

A Banks win would put the Braves against either District 6 #2 Baker likely next Saturday or District 3 #1 Cascade of Turner/Aumsville

Listen live tonight on SHNsports.com/westside


Fall sports are wrapping up with volleyball and football championships and winter sports kick off in a month. Banks athletics are ultra competitive with football (state championship last year), volleyball (quarterfinal run this year), basketball (state championship boys, 6th place girls), baseball (state championship) and softball (semi finalist). If you would like to get your companies marketing message spread on online broadcasts of Banks athletics contact Westside Mobile Media at [email protected] or message me.


#1 @BanksAthletics visits Heckard Field at Burkhardt Stadium to take on @MolallaFB. Braves looking to finish regular season undefeated and clinch home field in playoffs up to final with a win which would be 19 in a row. Listen live st 645 on shnsports.com/westside


Thanks Banks and viewers/listeners of Banks High School athletics online. 1623 times people have followed Westside Mobile Media’s broadcasts of Banks High School athletics this school year, with still volleyball and football playoff runs coming, that number will likely exceed 2000 by the end of the Fall season as we gear up for basketball. Contact Westside Mobile Media at [email protected] for more information on how to market your business on our broadcasts


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