• Peters' big game propels Black Tornado

  • BEND — North Medford got a big game from McKensey Peters and solid contributions from the bench in a 53-40 victory over Wilson in the Les Schwab Holiday Tournament Thursday at Summit High.
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  • BEND — North Medford got a big game from McKensey Peters and solid contributions from the bench in a 53-40 victory over Wilson in the Les Schwab Holiday Tournament Thursday at Summit High.
    The win boosted the Black Tornado's record to 6-0.
    Peters, who recently signed a letter of intent to play for Oregon Tech, amassed 23 points and 15 rebounds. The 5-foot-11 senior also had four blocks and three assists.
    North Medford got out to a 10-point first-quarter lead and opened it to as much as 51-31 in the fourth before coach Tim Karrick liberally substituted.
    Senior reserve post Sierra Randleman had six points and seven rebounds, and sophomore reserve Bailey O'Connor had eight points, two assists and two steals. Joci Ellis added five assists and three steals.
    North Medford had an impressive 17 assists on its 24 field goals.
    "That was real good to see," Karrick said of his bench play. "We needed some people to step up and give us some good minutes and they did."
    Four players who didn't start scored.
    The round-robin tournament has 12 teams. North Medford faces Summit at 5:45 p.m. today and Liberty at 12:45 p.m. on Saturday.
    NORTH MEDFORD (53) — Peters 23, Ellis 0, Hogue 2, Martin 2, Thomas 5, Koistinen 0, O'Connor 8, Williamson 7, Randleman 6, Becker 0. Totals: 24 4-10 53.
    WILSON (40) — Micheloti 2, Lostra 1, Shishido 0, Stall 4, Boltinelli 5, Church 2, Reese 0, Horn 7, Oliver 12, Berkley 4, Szot 3. Totals: 14 8-16 40.
    North Medford 18 15 4 16 — 53
    Wilson 8 13 5 14 — 40
    3-point goals — North Medford 1 (Williamson 1), Wilson 4 (Horn 1, Szot 1, Oliver 2). Fouled out — Thomas.
    GLENCOE 46, CRATER 27 — At Lake Oswego, Glencoe outrebounded Crater 41-22, including 16 offensive rebounds, in the first round of the Nike Interstate Shootout.
    Marly Anderson led Glencoe (2-5) with 16 points, while Britt Scott led Crater (2-3) with 11 points.
    Crater will play McNary in the second round.
    CRATER (27) — Scott 11, Setzer 6, J. Gavin 3, Fahndrich 3, B. Heard 2, Noles 2, Ryerson 0, E. Gavin 0, M. Heard 0, Bascom 0. Totals: 9 6-12 27.
    GLENCOE (46) — Anderson 16, Lante 8, Hyppolite 6, White 5, Griswold 4, Clayton 3, Fleskes 2, Brown 2. Totals: 21 0-0 46.
    Crater 5 2 6 14 — 27
    Glencoe 6 13 14 13 — 46
    3-point goals — Crater 3 (Scott 3), Glencoe 4 (Anderson 2, White 1, Clayton 1).
    MOUNTAIN VIEW 47, GRANTS PASS 45 — At Bend, Mountain View's Megan McCadden scored on a 5-foot bank shot with nine seconds left to seal the victory at the Les Schwab Holiday Tournament at Summit High.
    On the Cavers' ensuing possession, Alexa Phillips rimmed out the potential tying shot. Phillips finished with eight points.
    Kayla Bice led all scores with 18 points and Kayla Miller added 10 for the Cavers (2-4), who face West Albany at 4 p.m. today.
    GRANTS PASS (45) — Miller 10, Bice 18, Jordan 4, Phillips 8, Blacksmith 0, Davidson 0, Potter 2, Henderson 3. Totals: 16 11-14 45.
    MOUNTAIN VIEW (47) — Warren 2, Johnson 1, Waldrup 13, Alexander 11, Reeves 2, Platner 4, McCadden 14, Cant 0, Booster 0. Totals: 17 11-15 47.
    Grant Pass 13 7 16 9 — 45
    Mountain View 17 7 6 17 — 47
    3-point goals — Grants Pass (Miller 2), Mountain View 2 (Waldrup 1, Platner 1).
    MYRTLE POINT 36, ASHLAND 35 — At Coos Bay, sophomore guard Georgia Williams scored 13 points for Ashland, which was bounced into the consolation bracket of the Les Schwab South Coast Holiday Invitational.
    Michaela Dunn added eight points and Sadie Kasiah six for the Grizzlies (4-6), who will face North Bend today.
    ASHLAND (35) — Williams 13, Winner 0, Kuykendall 0, Teixeira 2, Dunn 8, Kasiah 6, Walker 0, Read 1, Brookins 5. Totals: 12 7-14 35.
    MYRTLE POINT (36) — Robinson 13, Meyer 0, Hitner 1, Fandel 9, Stidham 5, Hermann 0, Findley 5, Henshaw 0, Seals 0. Totals: 11 13-22 36.
    Ashland 9 5 11 10 — 35
    Myrtle Point 10 9 11 6 — 36
    3-point goals — Ashland 4 (Dunn 2, Kasiah 2), Myrtle Point 1 (Stidham 1). Fouled out — Winner, Stidham.
    SEASIDE 44, HIDDEN VALLEY 38 — At Stayton, Morgan Hansen's double-double wasn't enough for Hidden Valley, which fell to Seaside in the Stayton Holiday Classic.
    Hansen went for 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Mustangs (1-7), who will face Stayton at noon today. The Mustangs' Curli Devos also pulled down 10 boards to go with her eight-point effort.
    SEASIDE (44) — Kawasone 5, Westerholm 10, Olsen 10, Becker 7, Babbit 0, Lewis 14, Villegas 0, West 0. Totals: 17 8-12 44.
    HIDDEN VALLEY (38) — Taylor 0, Waggoner 0, McGuiness 4, Davis 3, Spaun 4, Richardson 0, Goree 6, Devos 8, Hansen 13. Totals: 13 11-19 38.
    Seaside 7 17 12 8 — 44
    Hidden Valley 6 7 10 15 — 38
    3-point goals — Seaside 4 (Lewis 3, Westerholm 1), Hidden Valley 1 (Spaun). Fouled out — Lewis, Olsen.
    HIDDEN VALLEY 46, SEASIDE 44 — At Stayton, Mike Hults scored 13 points, including two clutch free throws in the final minute, to help Hidden Valley snap a four-game losing streak in the first round of the Stayton Holiday Classic.
    Hults also had four rebounds and three steals, while JJ Flynn added 12 points and four rebounds for the Mustangs (3-7), who will play in the semifinals of the eight-team tournament at 7:30 tonight. Hults drained two free throws with 13 seconds left to give Hidden Valley a four-point lead.
    Seaside (4-5) was led by Lucas Clark's 11 points.
    SEASIDE (44) — Clark 11, Richardson 10, Farmer 10, Tadei 9, Melugin 4, Wallace 0, Garhofer 0, Hague 0, Riser. Totals: 14 11-15 44.
    HIDDEN VALLEY (46) — Hults 13, Flynn 12, Rojas 10, Garrison 3, Fields 3, Chastain 3, Vaugn 2, Bennett 0, Elkins 0. Totals: 18 7-11 46.
    Seaside 11 9 4 20 — 44
    Hidden Valley 10 16 7 13 — 46
    3-point goals — Seaside 5 (Tadei 2, Farmer 2, Clark 1), Hidden Valley 3 (Hults 1, Chastain 1, Fields 1). Fouled out — Flynn.
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