KLAMATH FALLS — Eagle Point kept it close for a half, but Klamath Union pulled away thereafter for a 44-28 Southern Sky Conference girls basketball win Friday.

KLAMATH FALLS — Eagle Point kept it close for a half, but Klamath Union pulled away thereafter for a 44-28 Southern Sky Conference girls basketball win Friday.

Klamath Union is 2-12 overall and 1-5 in the SSC. The Eagles are 4-14 and 1-5.

"In the first half, we played well," said Eagle Point coach Tony Cooper. "We played with them and were very competitive. In the second half, we had a lot of unforced errors. That was definitely a key. We turned the ball over and they made us pay."

Klamath Union, which got 14 points from Natalie Holloway and 10 from Katie Choukalous, led 23-20 at halftime.

Taylor Hagy had 10 points and seven rebounds for the Eagles, who were only 11 of 53 from the field. Cheree Dale, a junior, had five points and three rebounds "and really played hard for us in the post," said Cooper.

EAGLE POINT (28) — Hagy 11, Leaf 2, Baker 2, Desavedo 2, Wyatt 5, Dale 5, Stephens 1, Schipman 0, Henderson 0, Hedrick 0, Rasor 0, Winner 0. Totals: 11 6-15 28.

KLAMATH UNION (44) — Choukalous 10, Gilbert 6, Walker 5, Holloway 14, Kellom 2, Burns 7, Bliss 0, Luther 0, Roberts 0, Doshier 0. Totals: 14 11-13 44.

Eagle Point 8 12 5 3 — 28

Klamath Union 10 13 10 11 — 44

3-point goals — Klamath Union 5 (Gilbert 2, Walker 1, Holloway 1, Burns 1).

JV score — Eagle Point 35, Klamath Union 31.

Skyline Conference

PHOENIX 50, ILLINOIS VALLEY 21 — At Phoenix, senior Rebecca Singleton, rounding back into form from a shoulder injury, scored 12 points and grabbed six rebounds for Phoenix (10-7, 5-2 Skyline).

Pirate freshman Danielle Smith led all scorers with 13 points and had three steals, while sophomore point guard Kelsey George dished out six assists.

Phoenix jumped out to an 11-0, first-quarter lead against winless Illinois Valley and stretched the margin to 27-6 at halftime.

ILLINOIS VALLEY (21) — Huntamer 2, Tausaga 5, Hults 8, R. Yeoman 2, K. Yeoman 4, Farr 0, Cotta 0, Allan 0, Kaberline 0. Totals: 9 0-1 21.

PHOENIX (50) — Singleton 12, Baker 2, Welburn 1, Ke. George 3, Tally 1, Helm 3, Ka. George 3, Smith 13, Main 2, Fry 2, Passante 8, Scowden 0, Hendricks 0. Totals: 19 9-18 50.

Illinois Valley 0 6 6 9 — 21

Phoenix 11 16 15 8 — 50

3-point goals — Illinois Valley 3 (Hults 2, Tausaga 1), Phoenix 3 (Passante 1, Smith 1, Singleton 1).

JV result — Phoenix won.

HIDDEN VALLEY 51, ROGUE RIVER 23 — At Rogue River, Hidden Valley jumped out to a quick 6-0 lead and never looked back in the Skyline Conference win.

Laura Silva led the Mustangs with 15 points, while Megan Swanson added 10.

Angie Caschera led the Chieftains with 11 points. Eight of Caschera's points came in the third quarter where Rogue River (7-10, 2-5 Skyline) outscored Hidden Valley 10-6.

HIDDEN VALLEY (51) — Seal 4, Edwards 2, Richardson 6, Swanson 10, Baily 6, Ross 5, Silva 15, Fikso 3, Figoni 0, Doig 0, Guevara 0, Wood 0. Totals: 22 6-7 51.

ROGUE RIVER (23) — Cauble 0, Turnham 2, Hamre 0, Smith 10, Caschera 11, Reyes 0, Updegraff 0, Lara 0, Fricke 0. Totals: 10 3-5 23.

Hidden Valley 7 19 6 19 —51

Rogue River 6 4 10 3 —23

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 1 (Silva 1)

JV — Hidden Valley won.

HENLEY 61, NORTH VALLEY 30 — At Klamath Falls, Sierra Patzke blitzed North Valley for five 3-pointers and finished with 24 points as Henley dismantled the Knights.

Taylor Wallace went for 17 points to help pace the Hornets (7-1 Skyline Conference), who are tied with Hidden Valley atop the Skyline standings.

The Knights' Nicole and Natalie Goens tied for team-high honors with nine points apiece.

NORTH VALLEY (30) — Ronson 2, Eglee 6, N. Goens 9, Ellis 3, N. Goens 9, Giesen 1, Reinhart 0, Stacio 0, Robles 0, Brown 0. Totals: 12 6-16 30.

HENLEY (61) — Haack 2, Matheson 6, Patzke 24, Waugh 5, Reed 3, T. Wallace 17, Kennedy 4, Grant 0, Carleton 0, Webb 0, C. Wallace 0. Totals: 22 12-16 61.

North Valley 6 8 10 6 — 30

Henley 14 14 10 23 — 61

3-point goals — Henley 5 (Patzke 5). Fouled out — Webb, Ellis.

JV score — Henley 70, North Valley 23.

Sunset League

COQUILLE 48, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 33 — At Coquille, Lauri Breber and Kallei Libby scored 10 points each to lead Coquille past Cascade Christian.

Andi Vondra had nine points and Becca Sellers added eight to lead Cascade Christian.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (33) — Vondra 9, Sellers 8, Cason 5, Brown 2, Sha 2, Kelly 2, Cesaro 2, Barlow 2, Hallmark 1, Blodgett 0, Ballard 0, Case 0. Totals: 14 4-7 33.

COQUILLE (48) — Libby 10, Breber 10, Price 5, Usselmam 5, Shaw 4, K. Pflaum 4, M. Pflaum 4, Andy 2, Sherbondy 2, Forbes 1, Cook 1, Davis 0. Totals: 19 7-14 48.

Cascade Christian 8 8 4 13 —33

Coquille 14 16 15 3 —48

3-point goals — Cascade Christian 1 (Cason 1), Coquille 3 (Breber 2, Usselmam 1).

JV result — Coquille Won.

Mountain Valley League

NORTH LAKE 56, BUTTE FALLS 26 — At Silver Lake, Butte Falls was held to seven points or less in every quarter of the MVL contest.

Felicia Ferguson scored 13 points and Karlee Stephenson had seven assists for the Loggers (12-9, 3-5 MVL).

BUTTE FALLS (26) — O'Keefe 0, Stephenson 0, A. Ferguson 6, Kirkpatrick 2, C. Garote 0, Eller 0, Myers 2, B. Garote 0, F. Ferguson 13, Sutfin 3. Totals: 11 4-8 26.

NORTH LAKE (56) — Hunt 12, Dark 16, Grassman 0, Albertson 9, H. Hand 9, Effingham 2, Ward 2, Yarbrough 2, J. Hand 2, Johnson 0, Kahler 2, Little 0. Totals: 24 8-13 56.

Butte Falls 7 7 6 6 — 26

North Lake 11 18 17 10 — 56

TRIAD 65, PROSPECT 33 — At Klamath Falls, Triad received 23 points from Rachael Estabrook and held a 39-13 first-half advantage over Prospect to improve to 8-0 in Mountain Valley League play.

Jenn King stepped up to score 13 points for the Cougars (3-4 MVL), who were without Becky Musard. King also went 5 of 6 from the free-throw line.

Catherine Anderson tossed in nine points for Prospect.

PROSPECT (33) — Anderson 9, Zeller 6, King 13, Baker 0, Peters 1, Tanner 4. Totals: 12 8-13 33.

TRIAD (65) — Heaton 0, Waters 1, T. Parsons 13, M. Parsons 9, Bruzda 4, Neubauer 1, Estabrook 23, Kroeker 2, Rohrbacker 5, Assavapisitkul 7. Totals: 21 10-19 65.

Prospect 6 7 9 11 — 33

Triad 20 19 18 8 — 65

3-point goals — Prospect 1 (Anderson).

PAISLEY 28, ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 22 — Jenna Chiono scored a game-high 14 points as Paisley won its first game of the season against a cold-shooting Rogue Valley Adventist team at the Red Tail Hawks' gym.

Rogue Valley (1-7, 1-7 MVL) managed just 18 percent shooting (8-44) from the field.

Paisley's 12-4 first-quarter advantage proved to be the difference in the game.

Katie Jo Cole scored eight points and Chelsea Wold pulled down 10 rebounds to pace the Hawks.

Clare McKay added six points and 11 rebounds for the Broncos (1-10, 1-7 MVL).

PAISLEY (28) — Chiono 14, O'Leary 8, McKay 6, Jacques 0, Negus 0, Weems 0, Miyanomae 0, Kubanychbek 0, Batbold 0. Totals: 14-51 0-3 28.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST (22) — Cole 8, J. Wold 6, C. Wold 5, Cool 3, Wood 0, Mailand 0, Leffingwell 0, Lee 0, Denton 0, Dalhman 0. Totals: 8-44 5-7 22.

Paisley 12 4 8 4 — 28

Rogue Valley Adventist 4 3 9 6 — 22

3-point goals — Rogue Valley Adventist 1 (Cool 1). Fouled out — Weems.