• Roseburg pulls away from Comets

  • ROSEBURG — Roseburg turned its shooting around in the second half and rallied to down Crater, 72-59, in Southern Oregon Hybrid boys basketball Tuesday.
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  • ROSEBURG — Roseburg turned its shooting around in the second half and rallied to down Crater, 72-59, in Southern Oregon Hybrid boys basketball Tuesday.
    The Comets (6-12, 2-6 SOH) led 30-26 at halftime, but Roseburg got three 3-pointers from Jake Stephens to start the third to help take a 37-36 lead.
    "From there they controlled the game," said Crater coach Glenn Johannes.
    The Comets pulled within two a couple times, he said, but Carson Reid hit another 3 to close the period with a 52-48 edge.
    The Indians (6-10, 2-5) pulled ahead in the fourth, forcing the Comets to foul. Roseburg shot 54 percent from the field in the second half after making 26 percent in the first half.
    Tanner Jaasko led a balanced Crater offense with 13 points. Jacob Hintemeyer had 11 points and six rebounds; Gunnar Asher 10 points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals; and Connor Lane nine points and nine rebounds.
    CRATER (59) — Hintemeyer 11, Asher 10, Jaasko 13, Lane 9, Reiter 4, Davis 2, Orozco 6, Gustafson 4, Morgan 0. Totals: 23 6-12 59.
    ROSEBURG (72) — Carhart 4, New 14, Reid 8, Haskett 13, Stone 4, Baumgartner 6, Stephens 17, Knapp 6, Lake 0. Totals: 20 22-30 72.
    Crater 17 13 18 11 — 59
    Roseburg 19 7 26 20 — 72
    3-point goals — Crater 7 (Hintemeyer 1, Asher 1, Jaasko 3, Orozco 2), Roseburg 10 (Carhart 1, New 2, Reid 1, Haskett 3, Stephens 3).
    JV result — Roseburg won.
    5A Southern Oregon Hybrid
    HIDDEN VALLEY 53, EAGLE POINT 51, OT — At Murphy, Mike Hults poured in 24 points and Dima Clarke added 12 as Hidden Valley earned its second win of the season and snapped a 12-game losing streak.
    Cesar Chavez had 19 points and Jorge Quintero added 17 for the Eagles, who were outscored 16-8 in the fourth quarter to force overtime. Eagle Point (15-3) is ranked fifth in the Class 5A poll.
    The 4A Mustangs improved to 2-13 overall.
    EAGLE POINT (51) — Chavez 19, Quintero 17, Holmes 7, Edwards 4, Morris 2, Baker 2. Totals: 15 17-30 51.
    HIDDEN VALLEY (53) — Mike Hults 24, Dima Clarke 12, McKinnon Bennett 7, Chance Gilbert 5, Owen Stevens 2, Dylan May 2, Carson Ries 1, Jay Hain 0, Mark Tripp 0, Justin Elkins 0. Totals 16 18-26 53.
    Eagle Point 16 13 9 8 5 — 51
    Hidden Valley 8 13 9 16 7 — 53
    3-point goals — Eagle Point 2 (Quintero 1, Chavez 1), Hidden Valley 3 (Hults 2, Clarke 1). Fouled out — Edwards, Ries, Bennett. Technical fouls — Chavez, Bennett.
    JV score — Eagle Point 52, Hidden Valley 48.
    PHOENIX 69, ASHLAND 64 — At Phoenix, junior forward Jason Wyncoop scored 27 points, including a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 27 seconds to go, as the Pirates fought off Ashland's comeback attempt for the nonconference win.
    Down 10 in the fourth quarter, Ashland stormed back to take a one-point lead on a baseline jumper by Jackson Feinberg with about two minutes to go. Phoenix tied the game at the free-throw line and then forced a turnover to get the ball back, setting up Wyncoop's heroics.
    Joe Raffensperger added 13 points, six rebounds and four assists, and Tyson Morris 15 points, four rebounds and four assists for the Pirates (7-12), who snapped a four-game losing streak.
    For Ashland (6-11), Feinberg had 15 points and six assists, while Jackson Byers and Collin Malcolm had 13 points apiece. Mitchell Harfst added seven assists and five rebounds.
    ASHLAND (64) — Hasskamp 4, Jones 4, Layton 4, Harfst 1, Feinberg 15, Byers 13, Malcolm 13, Shibley-Styer 10. Totals: 25 6-9 64.
    PHOENIX (69) — Mahaffey 3, Raffensperger 13, Hay 3, Wyncoop 27, Champion-Blazio 3, Morris 15, Deras 5, Leavens 0. Totals: 23 13-18 69.
    Ashland 18 19 13 14 — 64
    Phoenix 15 18 20 16 — 69
    3-point goals — Ashland 8 (Hasskamp 1, Feinberg 2, Byers 3, Shibley-Styer 2), Phoenix 10 (Mahaffey 1, Raffensperger 3, Hay 1, Wyncoop 3, Morris 2).
    JV result — Ashland won.
    Skyline Conference
    HENLEY 64, NORTH VALLEY 58 — Henley senior post Jesse Hilyard scored 26 points and Drew Seater added 12 in the Skyline Conference victory for the Hornets (6-1, 14-4).
    North Valley (13-5, 4-2) was led by Chris Morsa's 29 points, while Cameron Lyon chipped in 17.
    HENLEY (64) — Hilyard 26, Seater 12, Overstreet 11, Mueller 6, Mitchell 4, Greif 3, Campbell 2, Dykstra 0. Totals: 25 7-11 64
    NORTH VALLEY (58) — Morsa 29, Lyon 17, Martz 5, Nelson 3, Fairman 2, Flynn 2, Eskitgis 0, Olmstead 0, Bailey 0, Whitmore 0. Totals: 21 4-4 58
    Henley 18 15 15 16 — 64
    North Valley 23 13 7 16 — 58
    3-point goals — Henley 7 (Overstreet 3, Seater 2, Hilyard 1, Greif 1), North Valley 12 (Morsa 7, Lyon 3, Nelson 1, Martz 1).
    Southern Cascade Hybrid
    CASCADE CHRISTIAN 52, ROGUE RIVER 46 — At Rogue River, Cascade Christian's sized trumped Rogue River's sterling ballhandling in the SCH game.
    Cascade Christian (17-2, 4-0 SCH) outrebounded the Chieftains (12-7, 1-4) by 41-20, but Rogue River only had four turnovers to the Challengers' 19.
    The Chieftains trailed 48-46 with about a minute to play but missed a field goal. Cascade Christian closed the scoring with two free throws each by Cody Coggins, who had 10 points, and Christian Kammerzell, who scored eight.
    David Sellers paced the Challengers with 18.
    Rio Lopez and Danny Perston each scored 11 for Rogue River. Connor Strickland had six rebounds and Chris Campbell four assists and four steals.
    CASCADE CHRISTIAN (52) — Artale 0, Kammerzell 8, Laws 5, Wager 0, Coggins 10, Knox 6, Cesaro 5, Sellers 18, Winter 0. Totals: 20 11-17 52.
    ROGUE RIVER (46) — McFetridge 5, Lopez 11, Campbell 7, Perston 11, Ehrhardt 7, Strickland 5, Rideout 0, Pratt 0. Totals: 18 5-6 46.
    Cascade Christian 11 12 13 16 — 52
    Rogue River 8 8 15 15 — 46
    3-point goals — Cascade Christian 1 (Coggins 1), Rogue River 5 (Lopez 1, Campbell 1, Perston 1, Ehrhardt 1, Strickland 1).
    JV score — Cascade Christian 70, Rogue River 20.
    LAKEVIEW 56, ST. MARY'S 53 — At Lakeview, Connor Vinyard scored a game-high 20 points for St. Mary's but Lakeview rallied from an eight-point deficit entering the fourth quarter.
    Michael Gambee added 14 points for St. Mary's (13-5, 4-2 SCH).
    ST. MARY'S (53) — Minton 10, Gambee 14, Conway 0, Hough 6, Edwards 3, Vinyard 20. Totals: 21 9-18 53.
    LAKEVIEW (56) — Roseberry 4, Harms 5, Staub 12, Cooney 4, Smith 5, Lampman 11, Frank 6, Johnston 0, Hadley 9. Totals: 21 7-15 56.
    St. Mary's 24 10 10 9 — 53
    Lakeview 13 7 16 20 — 56
    3-point goals — St. Mary's 2 (Vinyard 2), Lakeview 7 (Lampman 3, Roseberry 1, Harms 1, Frank 1, Hadley 1). Technical foul — Roseberry.
    ILLINOIS VALLEY 77, CHILOQUIN 56 — At Cave Junction, senior wing Zach Welch scored 23 points and Kade Doyle and Lander Nordal both posted double-doubles as Illinois Valley registered the nonconference victory.
    Doyle, a senior post, contributed 21 points, 15 rebounds and three steals, while Nordal added 10 points, 14 rebounds and eight assists for the Cougars (4-14).
    CHILOQUIN (56) — Miller 0, S. Parazoo 6, M. Parazoo 26, Spencer 2, Gibson 7, Kimbol 15, Case 0, Kovack 0, Cooper 0, Montoya 0, Hillaire 0. Totals: 22 11-16 56.
    ILLINOIS VALLEY (77) — Grove 0, Worley 0, Jensen 0, Weaver 8, Thompson 8, Nordal 10, Welch 23, Manning 0, Gardenhire 6, Chavez 0, Doyle 21, Davis 1. Totals: 31 13-23 77.
    Chiloquin 9 15 20 12 — 56
    Illinois Valley 15 29 9 24 — 77
    3-point goals — Chiloquin 1 (M. Parazoo 1), Illinois Valley 2 (Welch 2). Fouled out — Cooper. Technical foul — Illinois Valley bench.
    JV result — Illinois Valley won.
    Mountain Valley League
    RV ADVENTIST 62, CAMAS VALLEY 41 — Rogue Valley Adventist senior guard Caleb Allen filled the stat sheet with 27 points, seven assists, six rebounds and five steals in the nonleague victory.
    Freshman center Brian Wachter added nine points and 10 rebounds and Jonathan James had 14 points and three steals for the Hawks (15-3).
    CAMAS VALLEY (41) — Hunt 15, Gallagher 13, Mattox 5, Grove 3, Dancer 3, Lindsey 2, Wolfe 0, Tilton 0. Totals: 15 6-9 41
    ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST (62) — Allen 27, J. James 14, Wachter 9, Haugen 6, N. James 4, Bornemann 2. Totals: 28 5-10 62
    Camas Valley 12 10 6 13 — 41
    Rogue Valley Adventist 13 19 15 15 — 62
    3-point goals — Camas Valley 5 (Gallagher 4, Dancer 1), Rogue Valley Adventist 1 (Allen).
    BUTTE FALLS 50, GILCHRIST 29 — At Gilchrist, Alex Cool-Hunsaker scored 13 points and grabbed nine rebounds for Butte Falls.
    The Loggers (9-9, 5-4 MVL) got 11 points and five assists from Emmitt Bateman and Evan Givens had 13 rebounds to go with nine points.
    BUTTE FALLS (50) — Cool-Hunsaker 13, E. Bateman 11, Givens 9, Marley 6, J. McGonagle 3, W. Bateman 8, L. McGonagle 0. 19 10-14 50.
    GILCHRIST (29) — Trenton Koch 13, McGruger 2, Widle 2, Boone 6, Nelson 6, Blood 0, Wolf 0. Totals: 8 11-18 29.
    Butte Falls 9 10 14 17 — 50
    Gilchrist 3 9 4 13 — 29
    3-point goals — Butte Falls 2 (E. Bateman 2), Gilchrist 2 (Nelson 2).
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