• Pirates blow past Mustangs

  • PHOENIX — The Phoenix girls basketball team used a hot start to cruise past Hidden Valley, 76-19, in Skyline Conference action on Friday.
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  • PHOENIX — The Phoenix girls basketball team used a hot start to cruise past Hidden Valley, 76-19, in Skyline Conference action on Friday.
    Bailee Tally had 19 points and Baylee Toney chipped in 16 points, seven rebounds and six steals for the Pirates, who led 29-6 after the first quarter and 46-10 at halftime.
    Tally poured in 11 of her points in the opening eight minutes.
    Cassie Vaught scored 14 points and Erika Marshall added 11 points and nine rebounds for Phoenix (16-4, 5-1 Sky).
    The Mustangs had trouble with the Pirates' full-court press, which was led by Toney, Tally and Amanda Skaff (who also finished with seven assists).
    "It was great defensive pressure in the first quarter," said Phoenix head coach Randy Kirkland, whose team dropped back to a halfcourt defense after the first period.
    Megan Schiavone paced Hidden Valley (1-15, 0-7) with five points.
    HIDDEN VALLEY (19) — Schiavone 5, Ottosen 1, McGuinness 2, Traughber 2, Heeter 3, Larson 2, DeVos 4, Patterson 0, Eells 0, Sarganis 0. Totals: 8 2-7 19.
    PHOENIX (76) — Tally 19, Vaught 14, Wallack 3, Wyncoop 4, Marshall 11, Toney 16, Hamilton 9, Skaff 0, Burns 0, Maclennan 0. Totals: 32 6-12 76.
    Hidden Valley 6 4 2 7 — 19
    Phoenix 29 17 22 8 — 76
    3-point goals — Hidden Valley 1 (Schiavone 1), Phoenix 6 (Tally 3, Vaught 3).
    JV score — Phoenix 38, Hidden Valley 33.
    KLAMATH UNION 46, NORTH VALLEY 44 — At Klamath Falls, senior guard Lexi Pittman knocked down four 3-pointers and tallied a game-high 23 points to go with four assists for North Valley.
    The Knights (6-13, 2-5 Sky) also received eight points each from Aaliyah Hall and Kala Mohr, and the pair combined for 15 rebounds.
    For Klamath Union (5-13, 3-5), Jessi Vanover scored 12 points.
    NORTH VALLEY (44) — Bell 2, Werner 5, Scott 4, Hall 8, Mohr 8, Pittman 17, McCaskill 0, Wagman 0. Totals: 16 8-13 44.
    KLAMATH UNION (46) — Bacchetti 2, Choukalos 5, Brown 6, Brock 8, J. Wilder 4, Newman 9, Vanover 12, C. Wilder 0. Totals: 14 11-15 46.
    North Valley 16 11 3 14 — 44
    Klamath Union 15 10 6 15 — 46
    3-point goals — North Valley 4 (Pittman 4), Klamath Union 7 (Brown 2, Brock 1, Vanover 4).
    JV result — Klamath Union won.
    Southern Cascade Hybrid
    ILLINOIS VALLEY 37, ROGUE RIVER 29 — At Rogue River, Kimberly Crow scored 18 points to lead Illinois Valley in the SCH contest.
    The Cougars (7-13, 2-4 SCH) pulled away with a 12-6 advantage in the fourth quarter.
    Angelica Pamplona scored 15 points for Rogue River (1-14, 0-7).
    ILLINOIS VALLEY (37) — Stewart 4, Miller 3, LaFlamme 6, Neville 0, Frederick 3, Dixon 0, Johnson 0, Primeau 0, Nordal 0, Crow 18, Burns 3. Totals: 14 9-20 37.
    ROGUE RIVER (29) — Hamilton 6, K. Worthington 2, Moore 2, Adams 4, M. Worthington 0, Pamplona 15, Krusemark 0. Totals: 13 3-6 29.
    Illinois Valley 6 5 14 12 — 37
    Rogue River 8 5 10 6 — 29
    Fouled out — K. Worthington.
    Mountain Valley League
    NORTH LAKE 44, RV ADVENTIST 34 — Rogue Valley Adventist had a tough shooting night and dropped the MVL home contest.
    The Hawks (7-13, 4-7 MVL) were 14 of 56 from the field and 3 of 16 on free throws.
    Ashton Petray had 14 points and four steals for RVA, Hannah Wood 11 points and Carli Zamora 11 rebounds.
    NORTH LAKE (44) — Stockton 4, Harrison 0, Hand 0, Murphy 18, Phillips 3, Fine 2, T. Stockton 0, Miller 0. Totals: 19-61 5-12 44.
    RV ADVENTIST (34) — Petray 14, Haddad 0, Wood 11, Scott 3, Zamora 4, Velasco 2. Totals: 14-56 3-16 34.
    North Lake 8 12 13 11 — 44
    RV Adventist 1 10 10 13 — 34
    3-point goals — North Lake 1 (Phillips 1), RV Adventist (Petray 1, Wood 1, Scott 1).
    HOSANNA CHRISTIAN 48, PROSPECT 23 — At Klamath Falls, Raelynn Murray had 15 points and Mady Bush added 13 for Hosanna Christian in Mountain Valley League action.
    Baley VanWormer and Lakota Sizemore led Prospect (3-14, 2-8 MVL) with six points apiece.
    PROSPECT (23) — B. VanWormer 6, Sizemore 6, Bailey 5, Raines 2, Breiholz 2, H. VanWormer 2, Latona 0, Evertt 0, Bliss 0, Hedgpeth 0, Smith 0, Goucher 0. Totals: 11 1-4 23.
    HOSANNA CHRISTIAN (48) — Murray 15, Bush 13, Sundet 11, Dutton 4, Moro 4, Kensler 1, Haring-Fruitt 0, Johnston 0. Totals: 17 13-19 48.
    Prospect 5 4 12 2 — 23
    Hosanna Christian 13 19 12 4 — 48
    3-point goals — Hosanna Christian 1 (Murray 1). Fouled out — Bailey.
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