ASHLAND — Kyle Tedder tied a team record with nine 3-pointers, including a dagger with 43 seconds to go in overitme, as Southern Oregon outlasted College of Idaho 100-93 in Cascade Collegiate Conference men's basketball action Saturday at Bob Riehm Arena.
Tedder scored 32 points, and Eric Thompson added 32 points and 13 rebounds to lead Southern Oregon (11-3, 4-0 Cascade), which has won five straight. Taylor Roos and Terriel Thomas added 10 points apiece.
Rodney Delgardo led College of Idaho (6-7, 2-2) with 23 points, while Antonio Garrett posted a double-double with 21 points and 11 rebounds. Taylor Pruett added 19 points, Sydney Donaldson finished with 15 and Ben Van Lith 13.
Southern Oregon overcame 30 turnovers by shooting 57 percent (30-for-53), including 16 of 26 from long range. College of Idaho picked up 36 points off turnovers and 42 points in the paint to the Raiders' 22 points down low as the Yotes shot 48 percent (35 of 73).
Thompson hit a 3 to end a C of I run and spark an SOU comeback, with another Thompson trey tying the game at 73 with 4:32 remaining in regulation. Neither team led by more than two through the end of the second half, with both teams missing shots in the final 10 seconds to force overtime with the game tied at 82-82.
The teams exchanged points in the first 21/2 minutes of the overtime period, with the game's final tie coming after a pair of Tedder free throws made it 88-88. David Sturner hit a layup to put SOU up 90-88 with 1:22 left to go, and Tedder, who was 9 of 13 from beyond the arc, hit his record-tying 3 on the Raiders' next possession.
Southern Oregon made 5 of 6 free throw attempts down the stretch, and a layup by Roos helped SOU reach triple-digits for the second time this season.
COLLEGE OF IDAHO 95, SOUTHERN OREGON 82 — At Ashland, 22nd-ranked College of Idaho scored 13 of the first 15 points and led from start to finish in the Cascade Collegiate Conference rout at Bob Riehm Arena.
Alexi Smith scored 25 points to lead the Raiders (12-3, 2-2 Cascade), and Melissa Sweat added 21 and Allison Gida 13.
College of Idaho (7-5, 3-1) was led by Felicity Jones' 25 points. Katelin Sahnnon scored 19 points for the Yotes, with Dayna Drager adding15 and Laura Geis 14.
College of Idaho forced turnovers on the first three SOU possessions as the Yotes claimed a quick 13-2 lead and pushed it to 22-6 just over six minutes into the game. Southern Oregon closed the half on a 12-5 run to pull within single digits at 45-36 going into halftime.
The Raiders continued the run to open the second period, scoring 10 of the first 14 points to draw within three at 49-46. That was closest SOU would get, however, as College of Idaho followed with a 15-5 run to push the advantage back to 13 at 64-51.