• Cold-shooting Comets fall to Grants Pass

  • GRANTS PASS — Crater put up well over twice as many shots as Grants Pass in a Southern Oregon Hybrid girls basketball game Tuesday.
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  • GRANTS PASS — Crater put up well over twice as many shots as Grants Pass in a Southern Oregon Hybrid girls basketball game Tuesday.
    But few fell, and that resulted in the Comets falling, 39-34.
    It was the Cavers' first SOH victory in six tries. They are 4-11 overall. Crater dropped to 14-4 and 3-3.
    "We just couldn't make a shot," said Comets coach David Heard. "We were missing layups, missing 3-pointers."
    Crater was only 7 of 42 from the field in the first half and 14 of 59 for the game.
    Grants Pass attempted only 23 field goals but made 13, including four 3-pointers.
    "They shot the ball really well," said Heard, noting the Cavers were 6 of 9 in the opening period and made two 3s en route to a 16-7 edge.
    Grants Pass led 21-16 at halftime.
    Courtney Setzer had 13 points and Destiny Fahndrich nine for Crater. Becca Heard pulled down 11 rebounds.
    Taylor Chapman led Grants Pass with 10 points.
    CRATER (34) — Ma. Heard 0, Bascom 0, Fahndrich 9, Be. Heard 3, Mo. Heard 0, Noles 0, C. Scott 9, Ryerson 0, Setzer 13. Totals: 14-59 4-7 34.
    GRANTS PASS (39) — Brummett 0, Chapman 10, Torgerson 0, Phillips 8, Johnson 8, Luaders 0, Potter 4, Henderson 9. Totals: 13-23 9-10 39.
    Crater 7 9 11 7 — 34
    Grants Pass 16 5 7 11 — 39
    3-point goals — Crater 2 (Fahndrich 1, C. Scott 1), Grants Pass 4 (Chapman 3, Henderson 1).
    JV result — Crater won.
    Skyline Conference
    PHOENIX 66, KLAMATH UNION 46 — At Klamath Falls, Baylee Toney had 17 points and 15 rebounds and Phoenix's defensive pressure in the second quarter led to a sizable halftime lead in the Skyline game.
    The Pirates (13-4, 4-1 Sky) outscored Klamath Union (3-12, 1-4) 17-4 in the second and led 34-14 at intermission.
    Kasey Hamilton topped Phoenix with 18 points and added four steals, three assists and three blocks. Point guard Amanda Skaff had nine points and 10 assists.
    PHOENIX (66) — Tally 8, Vaught 9, Skaff 9, Wallack 1, Marshall 4, Toney 17, Hamilton 18, Wyncoop 0. Totals: 23 13-27 66.
    KLAMATH UNION (46) — Choukalos 7, Rice 11, Brown 5, Brock 3, Wilder 7, Newman 7, VanOver 6, Bacchetti 0, Ferns 0, Najar 0. Totals: 18 8-9 46.
    Phoenix 17 17 14 18 — 66
    Klamath Union 10 4 11 21 — 46
    3-point goals — Phoenix 7 (Toney 3, Vaught 2, Tally 1, Skaff 1), Klamath Union 2 (Brown 1, Rice 1).
    JV result — Klamath Union won.
    MAZAMA 68, NORTH VALLEY 24 — At Merlin, sophomore post Aaliyah Hall tallied 10 points in a losing effort for North Valley.
    The Knights (6-10, 2-3 Sky) trailed 42-8 at halftime.
    Caileigh Smith paced Mazama (11-3, 3-3) with 17 points.
    MAZAMA (68) — Hamel 9, Morris 13, Lease 10, Paschal 9, M. Smith 4, C. Smith 17, Benson 6, Pridemore 0, McNeely 0. Totals: 29 5-6 68.
    NORTH VALLEY (24) — Stewart 2, Scott 2, Hall 10, Mohr 4, Pittman 6, McCaskill 0, Bell 9, Werner 0, Rau 0, Wagman 0, Kite 0. Totals: 11 2-8 24.
    Mazama 21 21 10 16 — 68
    North Valley 6 2 12 4 — 24
    3-point goals — Mazama 5 (Hamel 1, Morris 1, Lease 2, Paschal 1).
    JV result —Mazama won.
    HENLEY 83, HIDDEN VALLEY 15 — At Klamath Falls, Teagen Whisler had 20 points and Britanny Kochenderfer added 15 points and nine assists for Henley (14-1, 5-0 Sky).
    Curly Devos scored seven points to lead Hidden Valley (1-12, 0-5).
    HIDDEN VALLEY (15) — Schiavone 3, McGuinness 3, Heeter 2, Devos 7, Eells 0, Ottosen 0, Traughber 0, Jones 0, Larson 0, Sargani 0. Totals: 4 6-13 15.
    HENLEY (83) — Turner 9, Whisler 20, Mathis 7, DeLonge 16, deHoop 4, Moates 8, Haigh 4, Kochenderfer 15. Totals: 36 7-12 83.
    Hidden Valley 1 7 2 5 — 15
    Henley 21 15 26 21 — 83
    3-point goals — Hidden Valley 1 (Schiavone 1), Henley 4 (Whisler 2, Mathis 1, Kochenderfer1). Fouled out — Haigh.
    Southern Cascade Hybrid
    CASCADE CHRISTIAN 40, ILLINOIS VALLEY 38 — At Cave Junction, senior post Karlee Britton scored 11 points for Cascade Christian (11-8, 2-2 SCH) in the Southern Cascade Hybrid game.
    Senior wing Naviya Dixon paced Illinois Valley (5-12, 1-3) with 18 points.
    CASCADE CHRISTIAN (40) — Britton 11, Thomson 8, Croy 7, Morris 1, Alvarez 4, A. Spani 2, Miller 3, Kent 4, Bales 0, Brown 0. Totals: 15 9-21 40.
    ILLINOIS VALLEY (38) — Dixon 18, Crow 8, Miller 2, LaFlamme 4, Primeau 2, Nordal 2, Burns 2, Neville 0, Frederick 0, Johnson 0, Stewart 0. Totals: 18 2-6 38.
    Cascade Christian 4 11 8 17 — 40
    Illinois Valley 6 6 10 16 — 38
    3-point goals — Cascade Christian 1 (Miller 1).
    JV result — Illinois Valley won.
    ST. MARY'S 63, BONANZA 26 — Emily Alvarez scored 21 points and Lillian Martin 20 in the nonconference victory at the St. Mary's gym.
    Alvarez made three of her five 3-pointers in the second quarter, including one to end the half that gave St. Mary's a 32-18 lead.
    The Crusaders (14-2) pulled away in the second half by outscoring Bonanza 31-8.
    BONANZA (26) — B. Dirk 4, Tyree 2, W. Dirk 4, Mojica 8, Lopez 2, Bandaras 4, Lee 2, Woodworth 0, Lowry 0, Avila 0, Anderson 0. Totals: 12 2-10 26.
    ST. MARY'S (63) — Weiland 2, E. Alvarez 21, Barnum 8, Martin 20, E. Vasey 1, Rothfus 6, Ramsay 3, Hough 2, M. Vasey 0, Miller 0. Totals: 24 6-12 63.
    Bonanza 6 12 4 4 — 26
    St. Mary's 14 18 17 14 — 63
    3 point goals — St Mary's 9 (E. Alvarez 5, Martin 3, Ramsay 1).
    JV result — St. Mary's won.
    LAKEVIEW 59, ROGUE RIVER 27 — At Rogue River, Lakeview used a strong first-half effort and got 13 points from junior Carley Cahill to deny Rogue River in the SCH contest.
    Delaney Hall and Amanda Arcularius added nine points apiece for Lakeview (10-7, 3-1 SCH).
    Junior guard Kortney Moore scored 13 points for Rogue River (1-11, 0-4), which trailed 31-11 at halftime.
    LAKEVIEW (59) — Cahill 13, Hall 9, Arcularius 9, Warner 7, McKenzie 6, Reese 5, Crumrine 4, Hadley 4, Matthews 2, Barry 0, Leal 0, Conley 0. Totals: 22 12-19 59.
    ROGUE RIVER (27) — Moore 13, Hamilton 5, K. Worthington 2, Pamplona 2, Krusemark 2, Adams 2, Poston 1, Welch 0, M. Worthington 0, Pratt 0. Totals: 8 10-17 27.
    Lakeview 16 15 14 14 — 59
    Rogue River 5 6 9 7 — 27
    3-point goals — Lakeview 3 (Warner 1, Arcularius 1, McKenzie 1), Rogue River 1 (Moore 1).
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