• Challengers secure fourth straight win

  • The Cascade Christian girls basketball team used a balanced effort to cruise past Chiloquin, 51-21, and pick up its fourth straight win during nonleague action on Friday.

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  • The Cascade Christian girls basketball team used a balanced effort to cruise past Chiloquin, 51-21, and pick up its fourth straight win during nonleague action on Friday.
    Alaina Thomson had 13 points and four others scored five or more — Karlee Britton chipped in seven, Sarah Miller and Tiani Alvarez six apiece and Nicole Morse five for the Challengers (8-6).
    Cascade Christian built a 12-6 advantage after the first quarter and led 27-10 at halftime.
    Miller knocked down a pair of 3-pointers and Britton provided strong rebounding for the Challengers.
    "The thing I was really pleased with is the way they executed on offense," Cascade Christian head coach Marvin Denman said. "They were very patient. We see them growing every game and getting better."
    CHILOQUIN (21) — Watah 15, Parrish 4, Lang 2, Montoya 0, Peacock 0, Case-Scott 0, Maldonado 0. Totals: 8 5-9 21.
    CASCADE CHRISTIAN (51) — Morse 5, Alvarez 6, Bales 3, Croy 2, Brown 2, A. Spani 3, Miller 6, Thomson 13, Britton 7, Kent 4. Totals: 15 6-14 51.
    Chiloquin 6 4 4 7 — 21
    Cascade Christian 12 15 11 13 — 51
    3-point goals — Cascade Christian 5 (Morse 1, A. Spani 1, Miller 2, Thomson 1).
    ST. MARY'S 50, LOST RIVER 31 — At Merrill, Emily Alvarez splashed in five 3-pointers and finished with 22 points to navigate St. Mary's past Lost River.
    Alvarez knocked down two of her treys during the Crusaders' 18-point second quarter. Viv Juncal's efforts on the boards — she had 10, including five offensive — were key in helping St. Mary's counter a run by Lost River.
    Rose Alvarez tallied 11 points and Lillian Martin chipped in 10 for the Crusaders (9-2).
    ST. MARY'S (50) — Weiland 1, E. Alvarez 22, R. Alvarez 11, Martin 10, Juncal 2, Rothfus 4, Barnum 0, Hough 0, M. Vasey 0, E. Vasey 0, Miller 0. Totals: 15 13-17 50.
    LOST RIVER (31) — E. Parks 6, M. Parks 3, Sites 4, Turner 7, Brown 2, P. Paschke 1, C. Paschke 8. Totals: 9 12-13 31.
    St. Mary's 12 18 7 13 — 50
    Lost River 6 14 2 9 — 31
    3-point goals — St. Mary's 7 (E. Alvarez 5, R. Alvarez 1, Martin 1), Lost River 1 (Turner 1). Fouled out — C. Paschke, E. Parks.
    JV score — St. Mary's 33, Lost River 32.
    BONANZA 49, ROGUE RIVER 40 — At Bonanza, Rosa Banderas scored 16 points and Bonanza (11-2) raced out to a 14-point lead in the first quarter of the nonleague contest.
    Larissa Hamilton and Anjelica Pamplona combined for 23 points for Rogue River (1-6), which drew within seven points entering the final period.
    BONANZA (49) — Banderas 16, W. Dirk 9, Lee 8, Avila 6, Tree 6, Mojica 4, Woodworth 0, Lowry 0, Anderson 0, Lopez 0. Totals: 23 3-5 49.
    ROGUE RIVER (40) — Pamplona 12, Hamilton 11, Pratt 6, Moore 6, K. Worthington 3, Adams 2, M. Worthington 0, Poston 0, Krusemark 0, Welch 0. 15 10-10 40.
    Bonanza 18 12 8 11 — 49
    Rogue River 4 8 19 9 — 40
    LAKEVIEW 48, ILLINOIS VALLEY 30 — At Cave Junction, senior post Kimberly Crow tossed in a team-best 11 points in the SCH opener for both teams.
    Illinois Valley (3-8, 0-1 SCH) had trouble handling the press early as Lakeview (6-5, 1-0) jumped out to a 12-5 first-quarter lead.
    Naviya Dixon, a Cougar senior wing, added eight points.
    For Lakeview, juniors Amanda Arcularius and Delaney Hall had 18 and 14 points, respectively.
    LAKEVIEW (48) — Arcularius 18, Hall 14, Warner 4, Crumrine 2, McKenzie 2, Leal 1, Cahill 7, Hadley 0, Conley 0. Totals: 21 6-11 48.
    ILLINOIS VALLEY (30) — Crow 11, Dixon 8, Miller 2, LaFlamme 5, Primeau 4, S. Frederick 0, T. Frederick 0, M. Stewart 0, T. Stewart 0, Neville 0, Cusumano 0, Nordal 0, Burns 0. Totals: 12 5-12 30.
    Lakeview 12 9 10 17 — 48
    Illinois Valley 5 8 11 6 — 30
    3-point goals — Illinois Valley 1 (Dixon 1).
    JV result — Lakeview won.
    HENLEY 69, NORTH VALLEY 33 — At Klamath Falls, Natalie DeLonge had 21 points and Heidi Mueller 20 for Henley in Skyline action.
    Lexi Pittman turned in 14 points to lead North Valley (4-7, 0-1 Sky), which fell behind 39-14 after the second quarter against the Hornets (8-1, 2-0).
    NORTH VALLEY (33) — Bell 2, Werner 6, Scott 4, Wagman 1, Mohr 4, Pittman 14, Stewart 2, Hall 0, McCaskill 0, Rau 0, Kite 0. Totals: 14 2-7 33.
    HENLEY (69) — Whisler 6, Mathis 10, Mueller 20, DeLonge 21, Haigh 8, Kochenderfer 4, Moates 0, DeHoop 0. Totals: 26 11-16 69.
    North Valley 7 7 8 11 — 33
    Henley 12 27 13 17 — 69
    3-point goals — North Valley 3 (Pittman 3), Henley 6 (Mathis 2, Mueller 3, Kochenderfer 1).
    NORTH LAKE 41, BUTTE FALLS 16 — At Silver Lake, Butte Falls finished with four players following an injury in the MVL contest.
    Butte Falls' Katie Munsell hit her head on the floor and sat out about the last 51/2 minutes, leaving the Loggers, who were already missing three players, short-handed.
    Torri Lilly scored eight points for Butte Falls (3-8, 0-2 MVL). Munsell had six rebounds and five steals, and Taylor Myers had six boards.
    BUTTE FALLS (16) — Munsell 3, Kuykendall 2, O'Keefe 0, Lilly 8, Myers 3. Totals: 7 2-6 16.
    NORTH LAKE (41) — Davidson 7, Stockton 4, Hand 0, Murphy 19, Phillips 4, Fine 5, Thomas 2. Totals: 16 7-15 41.
    Butte Falls 6 4 2 4 — 16
    North Lake 11 7 11 13 — 41
    3-point goals — North Lake 2 (Stockton 1, Fine 1).
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