• Toney sets record, helps Pirates win

  • PHOENIX — Baylee Toney played with a purpose Friday night.
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  • PHOENIX — Baylee Toney played with a purpose Friday night.
    Toney posted a double-double in leading Phoenix to a 53-28 victory against Klamath Union in a Skyline Conference girls basketball playoff game.
    The Pirates (16-7) will play at Mazama in the conference playoff finale on Tuesday.
    Toney, a 5-71/2-junior forward, broke the school single-game record with 23 rebounds to go with a team-best 12 points and five steals
    "She was everywhere on the boards," said Phoenix coach Randy Kirkland. "She anticipates where balls are going a lot and beats people to the spot."
    Toney, who's had games of 20 and 19 rebounds this season, passed the school mark — held by several players — by one.
    The Pirates had a 14-point halftime lead, then outscored the Pelicans 12-1 in the third quarter. Klamath Union didn't score until 27 seconds were left in the period.
    "We stressed to keep moving and communicating in our 2-3 zone," said Kirkland. "We were all over the place."
    Phoenix senior guard Delanie Tally scored just two points but contributed seven steals, six rebounds and five assists.
    The Pirates received 11 points from Bailee Tally and Kasey Hamilton chipped in 10.
    "We played outstanding on both ends," said Kirkland. "This was one of our top two or three performances of the season."
    KLAMATH UNION (28) — M. Rice 3, Gardner 8, Brown 2, Brock 6, Newman 4, Choukalos 5, G. Rice 0, Wilder 0, Pimentel 0. Totals: 11 4-12 28.
    PHOENIX (53) — B. Tally 11, D. Tally 2, Skaff 7, Wyncoop 5, Marshall 6, Hamilton 10, Toney 12, Brown 0, Wallack 0. Totals: 19 11-21 53.
    Klamath Union 7 6 1 14 — 28
    Phoenix 16 11 12 14 — 53
    3-point goals — Klamath Union 2 (Brock 1, Choukalos 1), Phoenix 4 (B. Tally 2, Skaff 1, Wyncoop 1). Fouled out — Gardner.
    ROSEBURG 41, CRATER 26 — At Central Point, Becca Heard chalked up 14 points and five rebounds for Crater (6-16, 1-12 SOH) while Destiny Fahndrich pulled down eight rebounds to go with five points in the SOH game.
    For the Indians (16-7, 6-5), Shelby Snook tallied 23 points and Jaclyn Humphrey added nine.
    ROSEBURG (41) — Snook 23, Humphrey 9, Booken 4, K. Chong 2, Fox 2, Thrush 1, M. Chong 0, Johnson 0, Ja. Provencal 0, Je. Provencal 0, Griggs 0. Totals: 0. 14 9-16 41.
    CRATER (26) — B. Heard 14, Fahndrich 5, Knoles 4, B. Scott 2, Ryerson 1, Bascom 0, C. Scott 0, J. Gavin 0, E. Gavin 0. Totals: 9 8-18 26.
    Roseburg 9 13 14 5 — 41
    Crater 5 4 5 12 — 26
    3-point goals — Roseburg 4 (Snook 2, Humphrey 2).
    JV score — Roseburg 65, Crater 55, OT.
    GRANTS PASS 45, ASHLAND 35 — At Grants Pass, Frankie Brookins guided Ashland with 12 points in the nonleague game.
    Alexa Phillips generated 11 points, four rebounds, three assists and four steals for the Cavers (9-12).
    Grants Pass also got solid all-around games from Kayla Bice, with eight points, nine rebounds, five steals and three blocks, and Emily Davidson, with six points, nine rebounds and four steals.
    The Grizzlies (7-14) also got eight points from Michaela Dunn and seven from Georgia Williams.
    ASHLAND (35) — Williams 7, Teixeira 2, Dunn 8, Kasiah 2, Walker 2, Read 2, Thornton 0, Brookins 12. Totals: 13 7-9 35.
    GRANTS PASS (45) — Miller 5, Clark 0, Bice 8, Jordan 8, Nott 3, Phillips 11, Davidson 6, Henderson 4. Totals: 18 6-12 45.
    Ashland 7 10 7 11 — 35
    Grants Pass 13 13 9 10 — 45
    3-point goals — Ashland 2 (Williams 1, Brookins 1), Grants Pass 3 (Davidson 2, Miller 1). Fouled out — Brookins.
    JV score — Grants Pass 62, Ashland 11.
    PAISLEY 43, PROSPECT 38 — At Prospect, Paisley senior point guard Tess O'Leary scored 21 points and Prospect suffered its sixth straight defeat.
    After trailing by seven points at halftime, the Cougars (7-10, 5-9 MVL) pulled even at 34 after the third quarter. Foul problems hurt Prospect in the final period and the Broncos (13-7, 8-7 MVL) capitalized from the line.
    Heather Lass paced Prospect with 10 points, while Miranda Hedgpeth and Alee Pinkerton each added eight.
    PAISLEY (43) — T. O'Leary 21, Arrington 10, Vickerman 10, J. O'Leary 2, Stepanova 0, Colahan 0. Totals: 16 9-21 43.
    PROSPECT (38) — Lass 10, M. Hedgpeth 8, Pinkerton 8, H. Hedgpeth 6, Bailey 6, Sizemore 0, VanWormer 0, Biando 0. Totals: 16 6-9 38.
    Paisley 10 18 6 9 — 43
    Prospect 11 10 13 4 — 38
    3-point goals — Paisley 2 (T. O'Leary 2). Fouled out — Bailey, Biando.
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