• 'D' keeps Comets perfect

  • SALEM — Crater used high-pressure defense and a big third quarter to down McKay, 66-39, and keep its perfect season alive in a nonleague battle between two girls basketball teams off to fast starts.

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  • SALEM — Crater used high-pressure defense and a big third quarter to down McKay, 66-39, and keep its perfect season alive in a nonleague battle between two girls basketball teams off to fast starts.
    The Comets (8-0) forced 26 turnovers by McKay (6-2) and used a 22-11 run in the third to seize a 53-36 lead. Junior post Courtney Setzer had 20 points, nine rebounds and three steals to lead Crater, sophomore guard Cheyenne Scott added 10 points, four assists and four steals and sophomore post Destiny Fahndrich contributed seven points and seven boards.
    Crater struggled from the 3-point line (4 of 22) and free-throw line (14 of 27) but made up for it by hitting 20 of 32 field goals from inside the arc.
    Crater has won five games by 20 points or more.
    CRATER (66) — Gavin 0, Ma. Heard 3, Bascom 3, Fahndrich 7, B. Heard 15, Mo. Heard 0, Noles 4, C. Scott 10, Ryerson 2, Setzer 20, Gray 2. Totals: 24-54 14-27 66.
    MCKAY (39) — Reyna 6, Stone 17, Trice 0, Garza 2, Camacho 0, Fields 2, Williams 12, Balbaneda 0, Torrez 0. Totals: 16-41 5-7 39.
    Crater 20 11 22 13 — 66
    McKay 10 15 11 3 — 39
    3-point goals — Crater 4 (Ma. Heard 1, B. Heard 1, C. Scott 2), McKay 2 (Reyna 1, Stone 1). Fouled out — Reyna.
    JV result — Crater won.
    MARIST 60, GRANTS PASS 44 — At Eugene, Kassi McCabe scored 10 points to lead Marist in the nonleague game.
    Alexa Phillips' 14 points and Sierra Potter's 12 paced Grants Pass (2-3).
    GRANTS PASS (44) — Phillips 14, Potter 12, Johnson 8, Brummett 5, Henderson 3, Luaders 2, Chapman 0, Torgerson 0, Stephenson 0, Tobey 0. Totals: 15 13-25 44.
    MARIST (60) — McCabe 10, Rivas 8, Krudston 8, Anderson 8, McLean 7, Smith 6, Gehrig 5, Lange 2, Wates 2, Harrison 1, Lang 0, Peterson 0. Totals 24 5-13 60.
    Grants Pass 11 14 6 13 — 44
    Marist 18 8 27 7 — 60
    3-point goals — Grants Pass 3 (Phillips 1, Johnson 1, Henderson 1), Marist 7 (McCabe 2, Krudston 2, McLean 2, Gehrig 1).
    EAGLE POINT 47, SOUTH UMPQUA 32 — At Myrtle Point, Adrienne Wood scored 16 points and Kylene Briggs had 10 to lead Eagle Point at the Myrtle Point Tournament.
    Rory Patterson had 13 points for South Umpqua.
    EAGLE POINT (47) — Wood 16, Briggs 10, Nielsen 3, Bradshaw 6, Hoefft 7, Morris 5, Crowe 0, Sweem 0. Totals: 15 15-29 47.
    SOUTH UMPQUA (32) — Patterson 13, Kelley 7, Beebe 4, Boyd 3, Mueller 2, Davis 2, Maunu 1, Lowell 0, Brown 0. Totals: 8 9-25 32.
    Eagle Point 19 16 9 3 — 47
    South Umpqua 13 0 9 10 — 32
    3-point goals — Eagle Point 2 (Wood 2), South Umpqua 1 (Kelley 1). Fouled out — Kelley, Boyd.
    JV result — Eagle Point won.
    BROOKINGS-HARBOR 51, PHOENIX 49 — At Brookings, Brookings-Harbor converted the go-ahead free throws with 5.7 seconds left to claim its own tournament title.
    The Bruins initially missed the front end of their one-and-one, but a lane violation gave them another chance. After the makes, Phoenix wasn't able to get a shot off.
    Bailee Tally had 20 points and Baylee Toney 14 points and 12 rebounds for the Pirates (4-3). Erika Marshall and Kasey Hamilton chipped in six points and 10 rebounds apiece against Brookings-Harbor (9-0).
    PHOENIX (49) — Tally 20, Skaff 3, Marshall 6, Toney 14, Hamilton 6, Vaught 0, Wyncoop 0. Totals: 16 8-19 49.
    BROOKINGS-HARBOR (51) — Keys 6, Marrington 4, Farr 10, McDonald 12, Bay 0, Clarke 2, Landau 2, Farmer 7, Hart 6, Worthey 2. Totals: 21 6-14 51.
    Phoenix 15 10 11 13 — 49
    Brookings-Harbor 18 5 12 16 — 51
    3-point goals — Phoenix 3 (Tally 3), Brookings 1 (McDonald 1). Fouled out — Marshall.
    NORTH VALLEY 41, NORTH BEND 33 — At North Bend, Kala Mohr had 10 points, 15 rebounds, four steals and four assists and hit two clutch shots down the stretch to help North Valley pull out the nonconference win.
    Lexi Pittman added seven points, 11 boards and five steals and Alexis Scott 10 points and five steals for the Knights (3-2), who used a zone defense to hold North Bend (1-4) to a single point in the fourth quarter.
    North Bend was paced by Damie Zomerschoe's 12 points.
    NORTH VALLEY (41) — Bell 3, Scott 10, Hall 9, Wagman 2, Mohr 10, Pittman 7, Stewart 0, Werner 0, Rau 0, Thomas 0, Kite 0. Totals: 16 6-12 41.
    NORTH BEND (33) — Zomerschoe 12, Collicott 4, Forderer 1, Wilkinson 6, Wallace 4, Hobson 6. Totals: 13 4-9 33.
    North Valley 8 11 13 9 — 41
    North Bend 9 11 12 1 — 33
    3-point goals — North Valley 3 (Bell 1, Pittman 2), North Bend 3 (Zomerschoe 1, Wilkinson 2). Technical foul — Hall.
    JV score — North Valley 39, North Bend 19.
    DEL NORTE 56, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 45 — At Brookings, freshman Nicole Morse and junior Sarah Miller scored 11 points apiece for Cascade Christian, but the Challengers (2-4) couldn't hold a six-point halftime lead.
    Del Norte outscored Cascade Christian 33-16 in the second half to secure the victory.
    CASCADE CHRISTIAN (45) — Morse 11, Miller 11, Britton 7, Alvarez 6, A. Spani 6, Bales 2, Payne 2, K. Spani 0, Kent 0, Brown 0. Totals: 8 5-9 45
    DEL NORTE (56) — Babich 18, Bruschi 14, Costello 8, Loftin 8, Clemann 7, Yang 1, Aguirre 0, Bonke 0. Totals: 17 7-13 56
    Cascade Christian 10 19 7 9 — 45
    Del Norte 9 14 17 16 — 56
    3-point goals — Cascade 8 (Morse 3, Miller 3, A. Spani 2), Del Norte (Bruschi 2, Costello 2, Loftin 1).
    RIDDLE 68, ROGUE RIVER 27 — At Riddle, Kortney Moore and Anjelica Pamplona combined for 21 of Rogue River's 27 points in a losing effort.
    Riddle was led by seniors Destiny Serda (23 points) and Eryn McNeil (14).
    RIDDLE (68) — Serda 23, Linton 14, McNeil 14, Gionatti 7, Chandler 4, Maurer 3, Schmidt 2, Davis 0. Totals: 28 12-21 68
    ROGUE RIVER (27) — Moore 11, Pamplona 10, Hamilton 4, M. Worthington 2, Adams 2, Pratt 0, Welch 0, K. Worthington 0. Totals: 14 1-8 27
    Riddle 16 17 21 16 — 68
    Rogue River 4 4 13 6 — 27
    Fouled out — Hamilton, Pratt.
    PAISLEY 31, PROSPECT 28 — At Prospect, senior forward Halee Hedgpeth put together a solid all-around game with seven points, seven rebounds and four assists but it wasn't enough to get Prospect in the win column in the Mountain Valley League opener.
    Also for the Cougars (0-6), senior post Hannah Bailey scored 10 points.
    Paisley (3-0) was led by sophomore guard Mattee Vickerman, who hit three 3-pointers and scored 16 points.
    PAISLEY (31) — O'Leary 0, Mendieta 0, Colahan 1, Arrington 9, Hyde 0, Vickerman 16, Lindsay 5. Totals: 8 12-21 31.
    PROSPECT (28) — Raines 2, B. VanWormer 1, Bliss 0, Sizemore 8, Breiholz 0, Hedgpeth 7, H. VanWormer 0, Bailey 10. Totals: 12 4-9 28.
    Paisley 7 12 7 5 — 31
    Prospect 6 7 4 11 — 28
    3-point goals — Paisley 3 (Vickerman 3).
    JV score — Paisley 18, Prospect 12.
    UMPQUA VALLEY CHRSITIAN 29, ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 16 — At Roseburg, Ashton Petray had 14 points for Rogue Valley Adventist in nonleague action.
    Lilly Berry-Cabiao had 11 points and 15 rebounds for Umpqua Valley Christian (4-1).
    RV ADVENTIST (16) — Petray 14, Tavaraz 2, Haddad 0, Wood 0, Zamora 0, Velasco 0. Totals: 6 4-9 16.
    UMPQUA VALLEY CHRISTIAN (29) — Berry-Cabiao 11, M. McLaughlin 11, Rocco 5, Dahl 2, Perez 0, Brint 0, S. McLaughlin 0, Ruble 0. Totals: 12 4-9 29.
    RV Adventist 5 5 4 2 — 16
    Umpqua Valley Christian 5 8 0 16 — 29
    3-point goals — UVC 1 (Rocco 1).
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