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  • Crater boys come up short at Roseburg

  • ROSEBURG — Crater's hopes of tying for the No. 2 spot in Southern Oregon Hybrid boys basketball came to a crashing end Friday.
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  • ROSEBURG — Crater's hopes of tying for the No. 2 spot in Southern Oregon Hybrid boys basketball came to a crashing end Friday.
    The Comets started out strong but couldn't overcome foul problems as the Indians pulled away for a 62-33 victory Stewart W. Robertson Memorial gym.
    Crater (13-11, 6-6 SOH) needed to beat Roseburg Friday, then have North Medford defeat the Indians on Tuesday to pull into a tie with Roseburg in the final SOH standings.
    Crater's RJ Morgan connected on all three of his 3-pointers and scored 13 of his team-high 15 points in the first half.
    "Morgan carried us in the first half," said Crater coach John Parent. "We were clicking and things were going well."
    The Comets were tied at 22-all before Roseburg (16-6, 7-4) ended the first half on a 12-0 run. The Indians then outscored Crater 18-2 in the third.
    Crater's cause was dealt a serious blow when Cody Dismukes and Connor Lane were sent to the bench with their fourth fouls early in the third. Dismukes and Lane are the Comets two leading scorers, accounting for 27 points a game.
    "Those fouls really saddled our offense and we just didn't respond," said Parent.
    Andrew Weber paced the Roseburg attack with 16 points and Alex Johnson added 13.
    CRATER (33) — Bennett 0, Stewart 2, Erskine 0, Martin 0, Marineau 2, Dismukes 9, Jaasko 0, Lane 3, Reider 0, Orozco 2, Morgan 15. Totals: 13 4-6 33.
    ROSEBURG (62) — Seely 8, Ball 2, Reid 7, Haskett 0, Lent 5, Stiefel 3, Johnson 13, Groshong 6, Caylor 2, Weber 16. Totals: 21 14-17 62.
    Crater 14 8 2 9 — 33
    Roseburg 14 20 18 10 — 62
    3-point goals — Crater 3 (Morgan 3), Roseburg 6 (Lent 1, Stiefel 1, Johnson 1, Seely 2, Weber 1). Fouled out — Dismukes.
    JV result — Crater won.
    GRANTS PASS 65, ASHLAND 38 — At Ashland, Grants Pass used a fast start and balanced offense to down Ashland in nonleague play.
    Drake Brennan paced the Cavemen (7-14) with 14 points while Kirk Meadows and Dylan Strempel tossed in 13 apiece. Micah Johnson added nine points.
    The Grizzlies (1-19) received 11 points — and three of the team's eight 3-pointers — from Connor Kaegi, and Gabe Stanley pitched in eight points.
    GRANTS PASS (65) — Johnson 9, Meadows 13, Luther 4, McKinley 2, Strempel 13, Busald 2, Ryan 2, Musser 6, Brennan 14. Totals: 28 5-8 65.
    ASHLAND (38) — Atteberry 5, Kaegi 11, Fredrickson 4, Walters 4, Feinberg 6, Layton 0, Stanley 8. Totals: 14 2-4 38.
    Grants Pass 19 14 13 19 — 65
    Ashland 5 13 11 9 — 38
    3-point goals — Grants Pass 4 (Strempel 3, Meadows 1), Ashland 8 (Kaegi 3, Feinberg 2, Fredrickson 1, Walters 1, Atteberry 1).
    JV score — Ashland 39, Grants Pass 38.
    NORTH VALLEY 81, HIDDEN VALLEY 55 — At Merlin, top-ranked North Valley ran its record to 22-0 with the Skyline playoff win.
    The Knights host No. 8 Henley in the conference playoff finale Tuesday. The Hornets defeated Mazama, 66-59.
    Cameron Lyon scored all 18 of his points in the first half as North Valley built a 47-17 lead. He also had three rebounds and two assists.
    JJ Chirnside scored 14 points, with five rebounds, four blocks and four assists, and Kevin Brazille and Wyatt McCue each tallied 10 points.
    Alan Rojas scored 18 for Hidden Valley. Mike Hults had 12 and Anthony Jarvis 10.
    HIDDEN VALLEY (55) — Rojas 18, Hults 12, Jarvis 10, Garrison 6, Campbell 3, Bennett 2, Vaughn 2, Chastain 2, Elkins 0, Field 0, Flynn 0. Totals: 18 15-25 55.
    NORTH VALLEY (81) — Lyon 18, Chirnside 14, Brazille 10, Burke 10, McCue 9, Morsa 8, Nelson 4, Olmstead 3, Pina 3, Thompson 2, Eskitgis 0, Calzada 0, Bodicka 0, Tappan. Totals: 32 14-21 81.
    Hidden Valley 7 10 19 19 — 55
    North Valley 22 25 24 10 — 81
    3-point goals — Hidden Valley 4 (Rojas 2, Hults 1, Campbell 1), North Valley 3 (Lyon 2, Nelson 1).
    CASCADE CHRISTIAN 72, LAKEVIEW 43 — Alex Miller turned in his best game of the season and neared a triple-double as Cascade Christian won the SCH playoffs.
    The Challengers will host a Class 3A first-round playoff game next Friday.
    Point guard Miller recorded 24 points, seven rebounds and 10 assists for the Challengers (21-5), who committed a season-low six turnovers.
    Cascade Christian's Troy Thompson went 6-for-7 from the field for 13 points, and David Sellers tacked on 11 points and six boards. Stephen Joffer added seven points and six rebounds.
    The Honkers (15-8) received 10 points from both Reid Martin and Murphy Cockrell.
    LAKEVIEW (43) — Hadley 7, Graham 0, Staub 0, Frank 0, Callaghan 7, Martin 10, Harlan 2, Cockrell 10, Lampman 2, Roseberry 5. Totals: 18 4-6 43.
    CASCADE CHRISTIAN (72) — Brown 9, Laws 2, Kammerzell 2, Joffer 7, Coggins 2, Ragan 2, Knox 0, Alvarez 0, Miller 24, Sellers 11, Olson 0, Thompson 13. Totals: 31 9-21 72.
    Lakeview 13 8 7 13 — 43
    Cascade Christian 18 15 18 21 — 72
    3-point goals — Lakeview 3 (Roseberry 1, Cockrell 1, Callaghan 1), Cascade Christian 1 (Miller).
    PROSPECT 65, PAISLEY 36 — At Prospect, Kevin Baker had 17 points and 13 rebounds and Scotty Kennedy recorded 19 points and nine rebounds for Prospect in MVL action.
    Boston Ehlers chipped in 12 points and six steals for the Cougars (9-11, 6-9 MVL), who led 37-18 at halftime.
    Rowdy O'Connor paced Paisley (4-15, 3-12) with 14 points.
    PAISLEY (36) — Kugel 4, Jones 9, Walton 4, O'Connor 14, McKay 5, Villagrana 0. Totals: 12 10-14 36.
    PROSPECT (65) — Cryts 2, Bliss 8, May 3, Ehlers 12, Reynolds 0, Roe 4, Baker 17, Kennedy 19. Totals: 29 4-7 65.
    Paisley 7 11 4 14 — 36
    Prospect 18 19 13 15 — 65
    3-point goals — Paisley 2 (Jones 2), Prospect 3 (May 1, Ehlers 2).
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