• Rose, Jenson help South skate past North

  • Taylor Rose recorded a hat trick and Cy Jenson had a goal and three assists to help propel the defending state champion South Medford hockey team to a 7-2 win over North Medford at The RRRink on Wednesday.
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  • Taylor Rose recorded a hat trick and Cy Jenson had a goal and three assists to help propel the defending state champion South Medford hockey team to a 7-2 win over North Medford at The RRRink on Wednesday.
    Rose, a freshman right-winger, scored two goals in the second period and another in the third during the season-opening match.
    Ryan Lund's goal with 2:59 remaining in the first period gave the Panthers a 2-0 advantage. Brandon Punsuk and Jake Sexton had the assists on the power play.
    Lund netted his second goal with 7:24 left in the second period on a Steven Weber assist.
    Sexton also scored a goal.
    Morginn Casaday and Keegan Healy netted goals for North, with Zach Lillman and Healy registering the assist on Casaday's score.
    Jonathan Lines and Terrence Cheeseboro both spent time between the pipes for the Panthers.
    In other Wednesday hockey action, Crater beat Klamath Falls 5-0.
    NORTH VALLEY 100, ST. MARY'S 31 — At Merlin, four North Valley players reached double figures in scoring and the Knights opened a 35-6 lead after one quarter of play to pave the way in the season opener.
    Kevin Brazille had 19 points, seven assists and five steals to lead the way, with J.J. Chirnside adding 19 points, seven rebounds, three steals and three blocks.
    Dylan Vandehey (13 points, four steals), Cameron Lyon (13 points) and Jake Herklotz (seven points, eight rebounds, four assists, two steals) also opened strong for the balanced Knights.
    Trenton Eccleston had 10 points to pace St. Mary's (0-1).
    ST. MARY'S (31) — Eccleston 10, Benton 6, Alvarez 5, Ross 3, Street 3, Marchini 2, Juncal 2, Gambee 0, Yanting 0, Feng 0, Yujing 0. Totals: 14 5-7 31.
    NORTH VALLEY (100) — Brazille 19, Chirnside 19, Vandehey 13, Lyon 13, Dean 8, McCue 8, Herklotz 7, Ackerman 5, Burke 2, Abbott 2, Beagley 2, Cheely 2. Totals: 40 13-19 100.
    St. Mary's 6 13 3 9 — 31
    North Valley 35 21 28 16 — 100
    3-point goals — St. Mary's 2 (Ross 1, Eccleston 1), North Valley 7 (Lyon 3, Brazille 2, McCue 2).
    JV score — North Valley 90, St. Mary's 31.
    RV ADVENTIST 62, EL DORADO 16 — At Angwin, Calif., sophomore forward Caleb Allen had 23 points and 11 rebounds to help Rogue Valley Adventist open its season with a first-round win in the Pioneer Classic.
    John Alvarez and Isaac DeLaVega added eight points apiece for the Red Tail Hawks, who play in the quarterfinals of the 16-team tournament today.
    EL DORADO (16) — Granucci 3, DeVargas 0, J. Newton 0, J. Garnucci 3, Torres 0, Ingman 0, Engelage 6, D. Newton 1, Gerhardt 1, Cochran 2, Z. Garnucci 3. Totals: 5-38 2-8 16.
    RV ADVENTIST (62) — Petray 2, Neufeld 7, James 0, Alvarez 8, DeLaVega 8, Gilley 7, Allen 23, Pirelli 7, O'Reilly 0. Totals: 25-77 11-16 62.
    El Dorado 1 9 3 3 — 16
    RV Adventist 18 13 23 8 — 62
    3-point goals — El Dorado 4-15 (J. Garnucci 1, Z. Garnucci 1, Engelage 2), RV Adventist 1-9 (Pirelli 1).
    ASHLAND 41, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 28 — At Ashland, Allison Shulenberger had 10 points and six rebounds and Taylor Zehren added 10 points and five rebounds to lead Ashland to the season-opening victory.
    Sydney Hunt poured in 15 points and Katie Aguilar added 10 points and five rebounds to pace Cascade Christian (0-1), which trailed 18-5 at halftime and was outrebounded 42-30.
    CASCADE CHRISTIAN (28) — Brown 0, Katie Aguilar 10, Cochran 0, Martinez 1, Sydney Hunt 15, Zimmerer 0, Kinney 1, K. Britton 1, M. Britton 0. Totals: 10 7-12 28.
    ASHLAND (41) — Shulenberger 10, Sad. Kasiah 2, Sar. Kasiah 6, Minor 4, Cochrane 2, Williams 4, Zehren 10, Pavlich 3. Totals: 18 5-11 41.
    Cascade Christian 2 3 8 15 — 28
    Ashland 10 8 10 13 — 41
    3-point goals — Cascade Christian 1 (Hunt 1).
    JV result — Ashland won.
    NEW HOPE CHRISTIAN 52, ILLINOIS VALLEY 33 — At Grants Pass, New Hope Christian led 20-14 at halftime en route to a nonconference victory over Illinois Valley (0-1).
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