LAKE OSWEGO — There was bad and good news for South Medford in the second round of the Nike-Laker Interstate Shootout at Lake Oswego High School on Thursday.

LAKE OSWEGO — There was bad and good news for South Medford in the second round of the Nike-Laker Interstate Shootout at Lake Oswego High School on Thursday.

The good came in the form of Alanna Stevens. The 5-foot-9 senior forward, playing in just her third game this season after battling a virus, had 11 points and 18 rebounds.

The bad news was that Stevens' breakout game came on a night South Medford struggled shooting the ball in a 51-40 loss to Corvallis.

"She (Stevens) stepped up and played well, and that's the first time one of our guards hasn't led the team in scoring," South coach Tom Cole said. "For her to have the kind of game she had was tremendous. If we can get that kind of effort, or even close to that kind of effort, it's really going to help the team.

"I was proud to see that she played well, but I didn't want her best game to come (tonight)."

Cole estimated that South (5-2) shot under 30 percent against the Spartans, leading to the guard-oriented Panthers' lowest point total of the season. In its previous six games, South had not scored fewer than 61 points.

"We just had one of those nights where we couldn't buy a bucket," said Cole, adding that many misses came within 5 to 10 feet of the basket. "To Corvallis' credit, they did a great job defending our guards. Their defensive strategy was pretty successful. But on our end, we just couldn't make a shot."

South's dangerous duo of Brittney Newcomb and Sheena Barkley finished with eight points each. Corvallis broke the game open by outscoring the Panthers 17-6 in the second quarter.

South plays Glencoe today at 3 p.m.

SOUTH MEDFORD (40) — Newcomb 8, Towry 0, Barkley 8, Salisbury 6, Medina 7, Stevens 11, McCoy 0. Totals: 13 11-19 40.

CORVALLIS (51) — Johnson 13, Schrock 10, Adams 7, Oriakhi 6, Redberg 5, Westly 4, Kar. Laney 4, Kay, Laney 2, Gerner 0.

South Medford 11 6 12 11 —40

Corvallis 6 17 12 16 —51

3-point goals — South Medford 2 (Newcomb 2).

NORTH MEDFORD 47, LAKE OSWEGO 31 — At Lake Oswego, North Medford made 24 of 31 free throws against Lake Oswego to earn a trip to the semifinals of the 16-team Nike-Laker Interstate Shootout.

Defensively, North (7-1) minimized its height disadvantage — Lake Oswego started a player 6-foot-5 and another 6-3 — by utilizing its quickness to pressure the ball, Black Tornado coach Tim Karrick said.

It was also the most balanced scoring night of the season for North, with Whitney Hodnett, Jana Parker and Jaci Abeloe each scoring 10 points. Karissa Dixon had eight points and Erica Schultz added seven.

North advances to face 10th-ranked Canby at 7:15 tonight in the semifinals.

NORTH MEDFORD (47) — Schultz 7, Satterfield 2, Dixon 8, Hodnett 10, Parker 10, Egge 0, Smith 0, Whitehead 0, Abeloe 10. Totals: 11 24-31 47.

LAKE OSWEGO (31) — Luetjen 14, Blakely 0, Fagen 0, Sullivan 0, Babcock-Krenk 0, Reis 0, Guthrie 8, Childs 2, Herald 0, Reader 8. Totals: 8 15-18 31.

North Medford 8 14 10 15 —47

Lake Oswego 2 13 7 9 —31

3-point goals — North Medford 1 (Schultz 1), Lake Oswego 1 (Guthrie 1).

GRANTS PASS 76, CLEVELAND 42 — At Coos Bay, Chelsey Chamberlain's season-high 19 points led Grants Pass' balanced scoring attack in the Les Schwab South Coast Classic.

Amber Franko chipped in with 15 points, Natasha Torgerson had 14 and freshman Heather Wonsyld 12 for the Cavers, who will take on Marshfield today at 5:30 p.m. in the semifinals.

Grants Pass was 20-for-30 on free throws, led by Chamberlain, who made 9 of 10.

CLEVELAND (42) — Goodman 14, May 14, Neal 2, Groth 6, Morgan 2, Jefferson 4, Raz 0, Norman 0, Winston 0, Wileeski 0, Simmons-Yager 0. Totals: 16 9-12 42.

GRANTS PASS (76) — Chamberlain 19, Franko 15, Torgerson 14, Wonsyld 12, Randall 8, Loffer 4, Pepperling 4, Pittman 0. Totals: 27 20-30 76.

Cleveland 12 12 12 6 — 42

Grants Pass 10 21 21 24 — 76

3-point goals — Cleveland 1 (Goodman), GP 2 (Franko 1, Torgerson 1).

CRATER 51, BEAR RIVER 41 — At Brentwood, Calif., Crater dominated inside with 47 rebounds and downed Bear River of Grass Valley, Calif., in the opening round of the 128-team California West Coast Jamboree.

Aundrea Albright had 11 points and Alana Harding scored seven, and each with posted 10 rebounds.

The Comets (3-4) meet Rodriguez High in the second round today.

Crater freshman post Breanne came off the bench for six points and nine boards.

BEAR RIVER (41) — M. Fry 8, Copeland 7, Uno 11, Osterholt 5, Spencer 5, J. Fry 3, Miller 2, Greven 0, Pearson 0, Guerra 0, Smith 0. Totals: 15 8-20 41.

CRATER (51) — Albright 11, Harding 7, Saling 7, Britton 6, Noon 5, Heard 4, Steel 3, Deschamps 3, Sullivan 2, Kappel 3, Hills 0, Smith 0. Totals: 20 8-15 51.

Bear River 11 7 16 7 — 41

Crater 9 16 19 7 — 51

3-point goals — Bear River 4 (Uno 2, Spencer 1, J. Fry 1), Crater 3 (Deschamps 1, Noon 1, Steel 1). Fouled out — Kappel, Uno.

ASHLAND 44, MYRTLE POINT 29 — At Coos Bay, Brenna Heater compiled game highs of 21 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks for Ashland, which closed with a 12-0 run in the Les Schwab South Coast Invitational quarterfinals.

Myrtle Point went on a big run toward the end of the third quarter and scored the opening basket of the final period to cut Ashland's lead to 32-29, but the Grizzlies pitched a shutout thereafter.

The Grizzlies (9-2) assisted on 17 of 18 baskets, led by Allison Gida's four before she was sidelined by a tailbone injury in the first half.

Kelsey McKinnis added 12 points and made both 3-pointers for Ashland, which will face Marist in the semifinals today at 1:45 p.m.

ASHLAND (44) — Heater 21, Del Carlo 3, Gida 3, Pettit 0, McKinnis 12, Siebenlist 2, Zare 2, Van Zleck 1. Totals: 18 6-12 44.

MYRTLE POINT — Fischer 12, Kennedy 2, Ross 0, Stidham 2, Liebelt 0, Johnston 6, Sanders 7. Totals: 6 14-19 29.

Ashland 11 10 11 12 — 44

Myrtle Point 8 6 13 2 — 29

3-point goals — Ashland 2 (McKinnis 2), Myrtle Point 2 (Fischer 1, Sanders 1).

PHOENIX 39, GOLD BEACH 34 — At South Umpqua, Chelsea Passante scored 19 points and had seven rebounds, four steals and three assists to lead Phoenix at the four-team South Umpqua Tournament.

Kelsey George added 14 points and Tara Fry contributed eight rebounds for the Pirates (5-4), who take on South Umpqua today at 3:30 p.m. in the championship game.

PHOENIX (39) — Baker 2, Ke. George 14, Helm 2, Fry 2, Passante 19, Singleton 0, Main 0, Ka. George 0. Totals: 14 8-15 39.

GOLD BEACH (34) — Miller 6, Yeiter 3, Macurie 2, Kat. Zuber 7, Kay. Zuber 3, Hockema 2, Moore 11, McDonald 0, Hawkins 0. Totals: 11 6-8 34.

Phoenix 11 8 14 6 —39

Gold Beach 5 9 12 8 —34

3-point goals — Phoenix 3 (Passante 3), Gold Beach 6 (Miller 2, Moore 2, Kat. Zuber 1, Yeiter 1).

CRESWELL 50, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 33 — At Salem, a slow start led to a loss for Cascade Christian in the opening round of the Crusader Christmas Classic at Salem Academy High School.

Cascade Christian (6-6) was down 18-2 after one quarter and 25-5 at halftime before gaining momentum in the second half.

The Challengers outscored Creswell 28-25 in the second half and were paced by Sarah Ballard's 13 points and 11 rebounds. Kiersten Barlow added seven points for Cascade Christian, which meets Willamina this morning at 9.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (33) — Ballard 13, Barlow 7, Blodgett 1, Sha 2, Case 2, Sellers 4, Cesaro 4, Brown 0, Cason 0, Kelly 0. Totals: 15 3-6 33.

CRESWELL (50) — Pigue 13, McMahon 8, Gabiro 8, Mallard 5, Giles 2, Collins 2, Gernhordt 1, Ciettle 2, Geil 7, Magathen 0. Totals: 21 5-7 50.

Cascade Christian 2 3 11 17 —33

Creswell 18 7 15 10 —50

3-point goals — Creswell 3 (Gabiro 2, Geil 1).