Setzer, Comets overwhelm Ashland girls

December 18, 2013

ASHLAND — Courtney Setzer scored 11 of her 17 points in the second quarter to help Crater open a 39-10 halftime lead en route to a 70-26 nonleague win over Ashland on Tuesday at Mountain Avenue Gym.

Sophomore guard Cheyenne Scott added 12 points, including eight during the second-quarter blitz, as the Comets (5-0) benefited from a balanced effort — all 14 Crater players who got in scored, including seven players who tallied four points or more.

For Ashland (2-3), Georgia Williams scored all eight of the Grizzlies' points in the second quarter and finished with 12 points and six rebounds. Hanna Greenberg added seven rebounds and Jordan Tilley five points and five boards for Ashland.

The Comets held the Grizzlies to one basket in the opening quarter but led by only six points heading into the second. There, Crater made 13 field goals, including five by Setzer, a junior post, and a pair of 3-pointers by junior guard Jacie Gavin.

CRATER (70) — Gavin 9, Ma. Heard 4, Bascom 4, Scott 2, Fahndrich 1, B. Heard 8, Mo. Heard 4, Scott 12, Roberts 2, Ryerson 2, Bean 1, Setzer 17, Gray 2, Turituri 2. Totals: 27 10-23 70.

ASHLAND (26) — Williams 12, Tilley 5, Dunn 5, Sukles 2, Read 2, Altig 0, Patton 0, Teixeira 0, Kasiah 0, Walker 0, Rooney 0, Lenthe 0. Totals: 7 10-18 26.

Crater 8 31 17 14 — 70

Ashland 2 8 10 6 — 26

3-point goals — Crater 4 (Gavin 3, Scott 1), Ashland 2 (Williams 1, Dunn 1).

JV result — Crater won.

CLACKAMAS 62, ROSEBURG 54 — At Roseburg, Pele Gianotti led Roseburg with 14 points and Jordan Stotler added 13 in the nonconference tilt.

Ashley Backen chipped in 10 points for the Indians, who climbed back to within three points in the fourth quarter before Clackamas put the game away at the free-throw line.

CLACKAMAS (62) — McDonald 15, Carroll 11, Azorr 11, Reiner 14, Pagano 8, Raspberry 2, Giancola 1, Kelly 0. Totals: 22 11-17 62.

ROSEBURG (54) — Gianotti 14, Stotler 13, Backen 10, Chong 9, Johnson 4, Wysecaver 2, Boscher 2, Farrington 0. Totals: 21 9-12 54.

Clackamas 18 13 18 13 — 62

Roseburg 12 10 16 16 — 54

3-point goals — Clackamas 7 (Azorr 3, Reiner 2, McDonald 1, Pagano 1), Roseburg 3 (Gianotti 2, Backen 1).

EAGLE POINT 52, DEL NORTE 49, OT — Kinsey Bradshaw scored 22 points to lead Eagle Point, which held Del Norte to one point in overtime.

Adrienne Wood hit four 3-pointers on her way to 20 points for the Eagles (1-3).

EAGLE POINT (52) — Bradshaw 22, Wood 20, Lester 7, Nielsen 3, Briggs 0, Hoefft 0, Crowe 0. Totals: 18 10-14 52.

DEL NORTE (49) — Clemann 12, Babich 10, Costello 8, Bruschi 6, Loftin 6, Yang 3. Totals: 20 8-12 49.

Eagle Point 16 12 13 7 4 — 52

Del Norte 14 16 12 6 1 — 49

3-point goals — Eagle Point 6 (Wood 4, Lester 1, Nielsen 1), Del Norte 1 (Yang 1). Fouled out — Wood.

PHOENIX 64, SOUTH UMPQUA 18 — At Tri City, Phoenix players set two school records in the nonconference blowout.

Senior Baylee Toney pulled down 12 rebounds to pass Kat Cox for the career rebound mark. Toney has 631 rebounds to Cox's 625.

Kasey Hamilton, a senior forward, blocked nine shots to eclipse Sarah Prewitt's single-game record of eight.

The Pirates (3-1) had 15 assists on 23 field goals, with point guard Amanda Skaff leading the way with seven.

PHOENIX (64) — Tally 12, Vaught 8, Skaff 2, Wallack 4, Wyncoop 6, Marshall 4, Toney 8, Hickman 7, Hamilton 13, Curns 0. Totals: 23 17-30 64.

SOUTH UMPQUA (18) — Brown 3, K. Mauno 5, Davis 2, Petterson 2, Moler 2, Beebe 2, L. Mauno 2, Boyd 0, Kastro 0, Black 0, Lawell 0. Totals: 7 3-4 18.

Phoenix 12 12 20 20 — 64

South Umpqua 6 3 4 5 — 18

3-point goals — Phoenix 1 (Vaught 1), South Umpqua 1 (Brown 1).

JV result — Phoenix won.

NORTH VALLEY 48, ILLINOIS VALLEY 38 — At Merlin, Lexi Pittman and Kala Mohr helped North Valley rally from a one-point halftime deficit.

Pittman, a senior point guard, scored 17 points to go with seven steals and six rebounds. Mohr, a junior forward, tallied 11 points, 10 rebounds and eight steals.

The Knights (1-1) used a full-court press in the third quarter to outscore Illinois Valley 15-7. North Valley had 25 steals in the game, with a majority coming in the third.

Kim Crow led the Cougars (1-1) with 12 points.

ILLINOIS VALLEY (38) — S. Frederick 2, M. Stewart 3, LaFlamme 3, T. Frederick 1, Dixon 7, Primeau 4, Nordal 6, Crow 12, Neville 0, Cusumano 0, T. Stewart 0. Totals: 17 1-4 38.

NORTH VALLEY (48) — Bell 2, Werner 2, Scott 6, Hall 2, Wagman 8, Mohr 11, Pittman 17, Stewart 0, McCaskill 0, Rou 0, Thomas 0, Kite 0. Totals: 20 4-8 48.

Illinois Valley 5 16 7 10 — 38

North Valley 11 9 15 13 — 48

3-point goals — Illinois Valley 3 (M. Stewart 1, LaFlamme 1, Dixon 1), North Valley 4 (Pittman 4).

JV score — North Valley 28, Illinois Valley 25.

DOUGLAS 40, HIDDEN VALLEY 24 — At Murphy, Douglas pulled away with a 15-3 fourth-quarter burst in the nonconference game.

Hidden Valley (0-2) got 10 points from Kristin McGuinnes and nine points and six rebounds from Ashley Heeter. Curly DeVos added seven rebounds and five pass deflections.

DOUGLAS (40) — Bringhurst 8, Reitman 0, Schofield 3, R. Holcomb 0, Miller 7, Hickman 0, Rinton1, Richey 7, Jackson 0, Mitchell 10, T. Holcomb 4. Totals: 17 3-11 40.

HIDDEN VALLEY (24) — Schiovonne 2, McGuinnes 10, Patterson 1, Heeter 9, Larson 0, DeVos 2, Sarganis 0. Totals: 11 2-13 24.

Douglas 10 5 10 15 — 40

Hidden Valley 6 9 6 3 — 24


3-point goals — Douglas 3 (Schofield 1, Miller 1, Richey 1).

JV result — Douglas won.

ST. MARY'S 71, REEDSPORT 28 — Emily Alvarez scored 16 points and St. Mary's hit four of its five 3-pointers in the first quarter on its way to an early 28-6 lead in the nonconference romp.

Dakotah Rothfus added 11 points and Mary Beth Barnum 10 for the undefeated Crusaders (5-0), whose balanced scoring included six players with at least eight points.

Gabby White scored 11 points to pace Reedsport (0-4).

REEDSPORT (28) — Destiney 1, Kessler 0, Tymchuck 3, Abrahaivi 5, White 11, Doane 8, Cardoso 0, Osorio 0, Hedges, Maricke 0. Totals: 11 5-12 28.

ST. MARY'S (71) — Weiland 6, E. Alvarez 16, Barnum 10, Hugh 1, M. Vasey 2, R. Alvarez 9, Juncal 8, E. Vasey 8, Rothfus 11, Miller 0. Totals: 30 6-9 71.

Reedsport 6 6 10 8 — 28

St. Mary's 28 20 14 9 — 71

3-point goals — Reedsport 1 (Tymchuck 1), St. Mary's 5 (E. Alvarez 4, R. Alvarez 1). Technical foul — St. Mary's coach Richard Vasey.

JV result — St. Mary's won.

RIDDLE 46, PROSPECT 24 — Lakota Sizemore led Prospect with eight points and Hannah Bailey tallied six.

RIDDLE (46) — Serda 13, Linton 12, Chandler 10, Gionatti 6, McNeal 4, Maurer 1. Totals: 18 10-29 46.

PROSPECT (24) — Sizemore 8, Bailey 6, B. Vanwormer 4, Latona 2, Raines 2, Bliss 1, Hedgpeth 1, H. Vanwormer 0. Totals: 11 2-13 24.

Riddle 12 7 14 13 — 46

Prospect 7 9 6 2 — 24

3-point goals — Riddle 0, Prospect 0.

CHILOQUIN 51, BUTTE FALLS 20 — At Chiloquin, Chiloquin built a 28-15 halftime lead, then shut out Butte Falls in the third quarter of the nonconference game.

Katie Munsell scored seven points and Torri Lilly had nine rebounds for the Loggers (1-2).

BUTTE FALLS (20) — Kuykendall 0, Lilly 5, Munsell 7, Creech 3, O'Keefe 5, Nelms 0, Marley 0. Totals: 7-27 6-18 20.

CHILOQUIN (51) — Witcraft 8, Montoya 3, Watah 4, Peacock 0, Pelton 0, Parrish 11, Case-Scott 6, Maldonado 11, Lang 8. 21-34 9-21 51.

Butte Falls 6 9 0 5 — 20

Chiloquin 15 13 13 10 — 51

Technical foul — Butte Falls team.

ELKTON 46, RV ADVENTIST 29 — Elkton limited Rogue Valley Adventist to seven points in the first quarter of the nonconference game.

Ashton Petray had 13 points and six steals to lead the Hawks (2-5).

ELKTON (46) — Wolfe 2, O'Brien 6, L. Holcomb 16, A. Holcomb 4, H.Parker 2, Briggs 0, Trout 2, Sweet 0, Maxwell 0, A. Parker 14, Whitley 0. Totals: 21-62 4-8 46.

RV ADVENTIST (29) — Petray 13, Alvarez 0, Haddad 0, Wood 8, Griest 0, Scott 8, Zamora 0. Totals: 10-48 9-16 29.

Elkton 12 11 13 10 — 46

RV Adventist 5 2 7 15 — 29