EAGLE POINT — After getting shut out in the opener, Eagle Point found itself in jeopardy of dropping an important Southern Sky Conference softball doubleheader to rival Crater.

EAGLE POINT — After getting shut out in the opener, Eagle Point found itself in jeopardy of dropping an important Southern Sky Conference softball doubleheader to rival Crater.

But Ashley Josephson's two home runs, including a game-winning, walk-off blast, helped Eagle Point salvage a split with an 10-7 victory in 11 innings Saturday.

Brittany Reeves tossed a three-hit shutout as the Comets defeated the Eagles 11-0 in Game 1. She struck out 14 and walked one.

"(Reeves) pretty much dominated us," Eagle Point coach Keith Williams said. "She really mixed speeds and she was locating her change-ups."

Karlie Stephens got all three Eagle Point hits off Reeves.

Kayla Hopkinson went 3-for-5 with two RBIs to lead the Comets' 11-hit attack. Ashleigh Larson contributed two hits and one RBI, Emily Morrill had two hits and scored two runs and Reeves added two hits for the Comets (12-5, 5-3 SSC).

The Eagles' six errors in the opener led to seven unearned runs.

Josephson's second home run of the game, a one-out, three-run blast that hit on top of the fence in right-center field in the 11th lifted Eagle Point (14-4, 4-4 SSC) in the nightcap. It was Josephson's fifth home run of the season. The senior first baseman had three hits, five RBIs and scored twice in Game 2.

After surrendering seven runs in the first three innings, Stephens blanked the Comets over the final eight. The sophomore hurler finished with 11 strikeouts and no walks.

"(Stephens) finally settled down," said Williams. "She battled really well. Crater's top six hitters are pretty tough."

Stephens added two more hits in Game 2 along with teammates Katie Jolliffe and Jen Fernandes.

Emily Morrill, who opened the game with a home run, had two hits for the Comets. Amanda Bates added two hits and two RBIs, and Sarah Haga provided two hits and drove in one run.

Hopkinson had a two-run triple in the second inning that helped Crater to a 6-2 lead.

FIRST GAME

Crater 300 120 5 — 11 12 1

Eagle Point 000 000 0 — 0 3 6

Reeves and Haga; Stephens, Josephson (6) and Dale. W — Reeves. L — Stephens (10-3). 2B — C: Morrill, Hopkinson.

SECOND GAME

Crater 331 000 000 00 — 7 11 1

Eagle Point 212 200 000 03 — 10 10 3

Reed, Reeves (3) and Haga; Stephens and Dale. W — Stephens (11-3). L — Reeves. 3B — C: Hopkinson; EP: Jolliffe, Fernandes. HR — EP: Morrill; EP: Josephson 2.

MAZAMA 3-4, ASHLAND 2-5 — At Klamath Falls, Bella Pribyl scattered six hits and struck out four as Ashland staved off a Mazama rally in Game 2.

The Grizzlies led 5-3 in the bottom of the seventh, but Mazama put runners on second and third with two outs. A single scored one run, but the runner at second was thrown out trying to score.

Pribyl allowed four hits and struck out eight in the first-game loss. None of the Vikings' runs were unearned.

FIRST GAME

Ashland 100 001 0 — 2 3 3

Mazama 000 003 0 — 3 4 5

Pribyl and Cantrell; Edwards and Whiteley. W — Edwards. L — Pribyl.

SECOND GAME

Ashland 131 000 0 — 5 11 4

Mazama 120 000 1 — 4 6 2

Pribyl and Cantrell; Edwards and Whiteley. W — Pribyl. L — Edwards. 2B — A: Ross; Maz: Edwards, Grigsui. 3B — A: Cantrell.

Skyline Conference

PHOENIX 13-9, NORTH VALLEY 2-3 — At Merlin, Tessa Lockett went 3-for-3 with a home run and pitched Phoenix to a win in Game 1 of a Skyline Conference doubleheader sweep.

Lockett's homer, a three-run shot, highlighted a five-run outburst in the second inning.

Courtney Scoggins had two hits and two RBIs in the opener, while Rebecca Singleton and Chandler Tally each added a pair of hits.

In the nightcap, Carlee Storey went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and Scoggins was 3-for-4 with one RBI. McKenzie Welburn added two hits and two RBIs for the Pirates (9-10, 5-4 Skyline).

North Valley fell to 4-5 in conference play.

FIRST GAME

Phoenix 454 00 — 13 14 0

North Valley 002 00 — 2 6 0

Lockett and Singleton; Aaron, Haga (2) and Conard. W — Lockett (5-3). L — Aaron. 2B — P: Welburn. HR — P: Lockett.

SECOND GAME

Phoenix 000 206 1 — 9 14 2

North Valley 000 210 0 — 3 4 1

Stroud-Vega and Singleton; Conard, Haga (6) and Haga, Conard (6). W — Stroud-Vega (4-7). L — Haga. 2B — P: Lockett, Welburn. 3B — P: Storey.

HENLEY 7-14, ROGUE RIVER 0-4 — At Henley, Henley twice won convincingly behind solid pitching.

Autumn Wedan missed a perfect game in the opener when she walked a batter in the seventh. She punctuated her no-hitter with 15 strikeouts.

Brittany Grant was 2-for-4 with two RBIs for the Hornets (12-6, 8-1 Skyline).

In Game 2, Sierra Patzke was 5-for-5 with four RBIs, and pitcher Jessi Driessen scattered five hits and struck out 10.

FIRST GAME

Rogue River 000 000 0 — 0 0 5

Henley 002 230 0 — 7 9 0

Kates and Lallie; Wedan and Doke. W — Wedan. L — Kates. 3B — H: J. Driessen, Grant. HR — H: Grant.

SECOND GAME

Rogue River 101 101 — 4 5 3

Henley 150 512 — 14 14 2

Stinchcomb and Lallie; J. Driessen, Prock (3) and Doke. 2B — H: Patzke, Grant, Wedan, Sellars. HR — H: Patzke, Wedan.

Sunset League

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 9, COQUILLE 2 — At Coquille, Cascade Christian pitcher Leah Weakley scattered six hits and Nikki Jones went 3-for-4 with four RBIs for the Challengers (10-11, 5-4 Sunset).

Weakley (6-8) struck out six and walked two.

Emily Teterud added two hits and two RBIs for Cascade in the makeup game for Tuesday's rained out contest.

Cascade Christian 103 041 0 — 9 7 2

Coquille 011 000 0 — 2 3 6

Weakley and Biondi; Noel, Jones (5) and Forbes. W — Weakley (6-8). L — Noel. 2B — CC: Teterud.

District 4

LOST RIVER 11-10, BUTTE FALLS 4-0 — At Merrill, Butte Falls committed a total of 24 errors in losing both games of a District 4 doubleheader.

Lost River pitcher Morgan Hammers earned the win in both games, including a no-hitter in the six-inning nightcap. She struck out six in each game.

Butte Falls (10-9, 3-6 District 4) had six hits in the first game, led by Cheyenna Kirkpatrick, who was 2-for-4 with an RBI. Brianna Wright added a double for the Loggers.

FIRST GAME

Butte Falls 102 100 0 — 4 6 7

Lost River 061 130 x — 11 11 6

Stephens, Ross (5) and Wright; Hammers and De Belle. W — Hammers. L — Stephens (5-2). 2B — BF: Wright; LR: Gresser, Hammers, De Belle. 3B — LR: Gresser, Reiger.

SECOND GAME

Butte Falls 000 000 — 0 0 17

Lost River 313 201 — 10 7 1

Anderson and Sutfin; Hammers and De Belle. W — De Belle. L — Anderson (2-6). 2B — LR: Ireland, Reid. 3B — LR: Gresser.