Scott sets 3-point record to lead Crater girls

December 30, 2012

LAKE OSWEGO — Britt Scott set a Nike Interstate Shootout record by making seven 3-pointers to lead Crater to a 57-42 girls basketball victory over Salt River, Ariz., Saturday.

The 5-foot-7 senior guard, who had a spectacular all-around game, made four of her 3s in the third quarter as the Comets opened a 50-32 lead entering the fourth quarter.

It was the first win for Crater (3-4) in three games in the tournament, which began in 1991. The Comets conclude play today at 11:30 a.m. against Sunset.

Scott was 7 of 12 on 3-pointers and scored a career-high 24 points. She broke the previous single-game record of six treys. She also had 10 rebounds, five steals, four assists and a block.

Becca Heard added 11 points, six rebounds, three assists and four steals. She also was 4-for-4 on free throws. Courtney Setzer had seven points, nine rebounds, three steals and two blocks.

CRATER (57) — Scott 24, B. Heard 11, Setzer 7, Bascom 4, J. Gavin 3, M. Heard 2, Noles 2, Ryerson 2, E. Gavin 2, Fahndrich 0. Totals: 17 13-26 57.

SALT RIVER (42) — K. Cooper 11, E. Flores 7, Hardy 6, Kewanwytewa 5, M. Flores 5, Manuel 5, R. Cooper 3, Timmons 0. Totals: 17 6-13 42.

Crater 10 21 19 7 — 57

Salt River 9 15 8 10 — 42

3-point goals — Crater 10 (Scott 7, B. Heard 2, Bascom 1), Salt River 2 (M. Flores 1, Manuel 1).

NORTH MEDFORD 40, LIBERTY 38 — At Bend, North Medford senior post McKensey Peters had 20 points and 14 rebounds and junior guard Joci Ellis scored six of her 10 points in the fourth quarter, including the game-winning basket, at the Les Schwab Holiday Tournament.

Ellis drained a jump shot to give the Black Tornado (7-1) a 38-36 lead with a minute to go, then after Liberty tied it she broke down the defense again and hit a pull-up jumper with 25 seconds left. North Medford's defense then denied the Falcons a shot attempt before the buzzer.

Sierra Randleman added seven rebounds for North, which bounced back from its first loss of the season Friday.

LIBERTY (38) — Wruble 8, Driscoll 2, Grenfell 0, Smotherman 3, Langbehn 8, Flores 4, Smalley 1, Oster 4, Flinn 8, Maki 0. Totals: 13 11-17 38.

NORTH MEDFORD (40) — Ellis 10, Hogue 4, Martin 0, Thomas 2, Peters 20, Williamson 2, Randleman 2, Becker 0. Totals: 11 18-32 40.

Liberty 10 12 10 6 — 38

North Medford 8 8 9 15 — 40

3-point goals — Liberty 1 (Smotherman 1). Fouled out — Thomas, Becker, Smalley, Flinn.

GRANTS PASS 75, SPRAGUE 15 — At Bend, the Grants Pass bench scored 34 points as the Cavers won their final game in the Les Schwab Holiday Tournament.

Kayla Bice led Grants Pass (3-5) with 20 points.

SPRAGUE (15) — Valahandres 8, Brown 2, Daniels 2, Kerzman 3, Carter 0, Bowers 0, Merle 0, Watts 0, Puckett 0. Totals: 5 3-10 15.

GRANTS PASS (75) — Miller 7, Clark 7, Bice 20, Jordan 6, Knott 4, Phillips 9, Blacksmith 0, Lauders 7, Davidson 9, Potter 2, Henderson 4. Totals: 32 5-12 75.

Sprague 1 2 5 7 — 15

Grants Pass 21 17 23 14 — 75

3-point goals — Sprague 2 (Valehandres 2), Grants Pass 4 (Miller 2, Phillips 1, Lauders 1).

ASHLAND 47, NORTH SALEM 32 — At Coos Bay, sophomore guard Georgia Williams' game-high 14 points helped Ashland take fifth place in the Les Schwab South Coast Holiday Invitational.

Sophomore guard Hannah Teixeira added 10 points and sophomore post Michaela Dunn nine for the Grizzlies (6-6), who had a season-low five turnovers.

ASHLAND (47) — Williams 14, Kuykendall 0, Teixeira 11, Dunn 9, Kasiah 0, Walker 0, Read 2, Brookins 11. Totals: 21 4-9 47.

NORTH SALEM (32) — Fitzke 0, Rust 0, Pedersen 21, Scott 0, Rupp 1, Alosa 0, Leaks 10, O'Connell 0. Totals: 12 8-12 32.

Ashland 14 9 13 11 — 47

North Salem 2 11 8 11 — 32

3-point goals — Ashland 1 (Dunn 1).

HIDDEN VALLEY 35, SCAPPOOSE 18 — At Stayton, Baili Richardson scored nine points and pulled down eight rebounds to help Hidden Valley win the seventh-place game in the Stayton Holiday Classic.

Monasha Goree added four assists and four steals for the Mustangs (2-7), who used an aggressive man-to-man defense to limit Scappoose (2-7) to four points in the middle two quarters.

Scappoose's Brittany Catlow was the only player to score in double figures with 10 points.

SCAPPOOSE (18) — MacInnis 0, Wight 2, Tinning 0, Catlow 10, Hoglund 4, Updike 0, Keierleber 2, Courtney 0, Vardanega 0, Kessi 0, Bailey 0. Totals: 8 2-2 18.

HIDDEN VALLEY (35) — Schiavone 4, Taylor 0, Waggoner 0, McGuinness 6, Davis 2, Spaun 2, Richardson 9, Devos 9, Goree 0, Hansen 3, Mercer 0. Totals: 13 9-16 35.

Scappoose 8 2 2 6 — 18

Hidden Valley 11 8 12 4 — 35

ST. MARY'S 44, YREKA 34 — St. Mary's was down by as many as 12 points in the second quarter but ramped up the defensive pressure after halftime to rally for the nonconference home victory.

The Crusaders (12-1) were led by Emily Alvarez with 12 points and Sarah Ramsay with 10. Ramsay grabbed eight of her 10 rebounds in the second half.

St. Mary's got productive minutes off the bench from Dakotah Rothfus, MaryBeth Barnum and Sam Weiland.

YREKA (34) — Peters 2, Brown 2, Stonier 3, Cash 9, Cota 9, Brummett 7, Phillips 1, Ensminger 4, Sinnett 0. Totals: 12 13-31 34.

ST. MARY'S (44) — Alvarez 12, Martin 6, Juncal 6, Barnum 2, Ramsay 10, Weiland 4, Rothfus 4, DeBoer 4, Vasey 0. Totals: 18 5-13 44.

Yreka 6 16 4 8 — 34

St. Mary's 9 6 16 13 — 44

3-point goals — St. Mary's 3 (Alvarez 2, Martin 1).

JV result — Yreka won.


Boys

SUMMIT 67, ASHLAND 40 — At Bend, Gabe Stanley led Ashland with nine points, but the Grizzlies fell to 0-3 in the Les Schwab Holiday Hoop Fest and suffered their seventh straight loss to fall to 1-10.

The Grizzlies lost to Mountain View 66-41 on Thursday and Bend 80-45 on Friday.


Ashland next hosts North Medford on Friday.

ASHLAND (40) — Stanley 9, R. Atteberry 6, Kaegi 6, Feinberg 6, Hasscamp 6, Fredrickson 3, Malcolm 2, Layton 2, Walters 0, Crenshaw 0, M. Atteberry 0. Totals 17 5-9 40.

SUMMIT (67) — Moyer 19, Peters 11, Ritchey 10, Cattell 8, Mullen 8, Rasmussen 6, Reeves 3, Menefee 2, Lucas 0, Dermon 0, Higlin 0. Totals 24 13-19 67.

Ashland 13 6 6 15 — 40

Summit 18 13 22 14 — 67

3-point goals — Ashland 1 (Stanley1), Summit 6 (Cattell 2, Ritchey 2, Peters 0, Moyer 0).

MARIST 82, EAGLE POINT 69 — At Wilsonville, Eagle Point suffered its second loss in a row in the third-place game of the Wilsonville Invitational Tournament.

The Eagles fell to 7-4.