Cascade Christian squandered a chance to put Bandon away in regulation, then the Tigers feasted from the foul line in overtime to pull out a 46-38 road victory in Sunset League girls basketball Friday.

Cascade Christian squandered a chance to put Bandon away in regulation, then the Tigers feasted from the foul line in overtime to pull out a 46-38 road victory in Sunset League girls basketball Friday.

The Challengers had a three-point lead and the ball with 1:05 remaining in the game, but ended up needing two free throws from senior point guard Lindsey Blodgett with four seconds left to tie the game 35-all and extend it into overtime.

"We didn't make some good choices with the basketball," said Cascade Christian coach Marvin Denman. "We had a defensive breakdown. We didn't take care of the ball and run our offense and be patient."

In overtime, Bandon opened with a field goal then converted 7 of 10 free throws to pull away.

"After Bandon went ahead, they put us on our heels where we had to foul," said Denman. "It was a parade of free throws from there."

For the game, Cascade Christian (11-6, 6-3 Sunset) was 5-for-15 shooting from the line, while Bandon converted 20 of 32 free throws.

Blodgett, the Challengers' floor leader, returned to action after missing one game because of a knee injury.

"(Blodgett) gave us instant energy off the bench," said Denman. "She played a big part in settling our offense down. She's physical and knows what she's doing."

The Challengers received excellent performances from senior forward Kierstin Barlow and junior post Andi Vondra.

Vondra had 11 points and seven rebounds, while Barlow provided nine points and 11 rebounds.

BANDON (46) — Garrett 6, M. Torres 11, Hameter 3, J. Torres 13, Smith 4, Valentine 9. Totals: 12 20-32 46.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (38) — Brown 4, Barlow 9, Vondra 11, Kinney 1, Cesaro 4, Blodgett 7, Martinez 2, Hallmark 0, Ballard 0, Cochran 0. Totals: 15 5-15 38.

Bandon 5 12 11 7 11 — 46

Cascade Christian 9 6 14 6 3 — 38

3-point goals — Bandon 2 (J. Torres 1, M. Torres 1), Cascade Christian 1 (Blodgett 1).

JV result — Cascade Christian won.

MYRTLE POINT 49, ROGUE RIVER 40 — At Myrtle Point, Rogue River couldn't capitalize on Myrtle Point missing its best player — all-state guard Sam Sanders — but came close to handing the Bobcats their first loss in the Sunset League.

The Chieftains' Alli Ehrhardt nailed a 3-pointer to knot the score at 36-all with about three minutes remaining, but Rogue River got sloppy with the ball, and the Bobcats went 10-for-12 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter.

Kelley Maxey scored 21 points for the Chieftains (8-11, 4-5 Sunset), who got 14 points and nine rebounds from Ehrhardt.

ROGUE RIVER (40) — Ehrhardt 14, Turnham 3, Maxey 21, Fricke 2, Lara 0, Coulter 0, Smith 0, Cullotta 0, Milligan 0. Totals: 12 11-16 40.

MYRTLE POINT (49) — Meyer 6, Dewald 4, Stidham 6, Love 1, Ross 14, Kennedy 18, Leibelt 0, McCollum 0. Totals: 16 16-27 49.

Rogue River 7 6 10 17 — 40

Myrtle Point 10 13 10 16 — 49

3-point goals — Rogue River 5 (Ehrhardt 2, Maxey 2, Turnham 1), Myrtle Point 1 (Dewald). Fouled out — Smith.

JV score — Rogue River 35, Myrtle Point 14.

Skyline Conference

HIDDEN VALLEY 47, NORTH VALLEY 33 — At Merlin, Jamie Richardson led Hidden Valley (14-4, 6-0 Skyline) with 14 points as three Mustangs finished in double figures.

Mary Bailey and Katie Figoni combined to shoot 10-for-12 from the floor. Bailey had 12 points, while Figoni scored 11.

Natalie Goens led North Valley with 12 points and Jessica Nicholson added 11.

NORTH VALLEY (33) — Goens 12, Nicholson 11, Vandehey 6, Crawford 4. Totals: 13 7-11 33.

HIDDEN VALLEY (47) — Richardson 14, Bailey 12, Figoni 11, Wood 7, Swanson 2, Fikso 1. Totals: 16 15-22 47.

North Valley 8 11 6 8 — 33

Hidden Valley 6 17 12 12 — 47

JV result — Hidden Valley won.

HENLEY 56, ILLINOIS VALLEY 27 — At Klamath Falls, Cori Wallace led Henley with 18 points and Jenna Kennedy grabbed eight rebounds as the Hornets used a third-quarter surge to pull away.

Laurissa Tausaga led Illinois Valley with 16 points.

ILLINOIS VALLEY (27) — Tausaga 16, Keberling 0, Hults 7, Johnson 0, Cleman 4, Huntamer 0, Bullock 0, McAllister 0, Tyler 0, Pelletier 0. Totals: 11 0-4 27.

HENLEY (56) — Poetsch 0, Matheson 8, Wallace 18, Kennedy 12, Waugh 6, Carleton 6, Castle 4, Webb 2. Totals: 25 6-15 56.

Illinois Valley 7 5 6 9 — 27

Henley 10 7 23 16 — 56

3-point goals — Illinois Valley 5 (Tausaga 4, Hults 1).

JV result — Henley froshmen 46, Illinois Valley 25.

Mountain Valley League

NORTH LAKE 63, BUTTE FALLS 27 — At Silver Lake, North Lake's Colleen Hunt and Amanda Dark each scored 18 points in the MVL win.

Freshman wing Mariah Moore had 11 points, six blocks and three rebounds for Butte Falls (3-15, 0-8 MVL), while Beth Sutfin added seven points and five rebounds.

BUTTE FALLS (27) — Moore 11, Ferguson 2, Kirkpatrick 0, Sutfin 7, Garote 0, Givens 7, Driskell 0. Totals: 10 7-16 27.

NORTH LAKE (63) — Strong 0, Hunt 18, L. Dark 5, A. Dark 18, Rathman 0, Yarbrough 4, Johnson 0, Hand 16, Effingham 0, Ward 2. Totals: 22 4-7 63.

Butte Falls 9 4 6 8 — 27

North Lake 25 12 16 10 — 63

3-point goals — North Lake 5 (Hunt 4, Hand 1).

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 46, PAISLEY 34 — Jordan Parmenter had 16 points to lead Rogue Valley Adventist, which used a 17-10 third-quarter run to break a halftime tie.

Sande Wood and Allison Cool helped spark the surge for the Red Tail Hawks (7-9, 2-6 MVL).

Tessa Weems had 12 points for Paisley.

PAISLEY (34) — A. McKay 1, Merchant 7, Kurata 6, C. Mckay 0, Frerkims 0, Mengee 0, Chiono 8, Weems 12. Totals: 14 4-10 34.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST (46) — Parmenter 16, Wold 0, Wood 9, Cool 8, Allen 2, Cole 9, Leffingwell 2. Totals: 21 3-8 46.

Paisley 10 4 10 10 — 34

Rogue Valley Adventist 10 4 17 15 — 46

3-point goals — Paisley 2 (Kurata 2), Rogue Valley Adventist 1 (Wood 1).

TRIAD 36, PROSPECT 28 — At Klamath Falls, Triad recorded 25 steals to earn the Mountain Valley Conference win at home.

Triad (5-12, 5-3 MVC) was led by Tess Parsons' 16 points.

PROSPECT (28) — Zeller 5, Cryts 0, King 8, Peters 2, Baker 2, VanWormer 2, Mahoney 9, Able 0, Reynolds 0. Totals: 12 4-14 28.

TRIAD (36) — Heaton 0, Waters 4, Parsons 16, Greene 0, Borror 1, Neubauer 0, Stiller 2, Assavapisitkul 10, Claybaugh 0, Long 3, Rohrbacker 0. Totals: 11 12-24 36.

Prospect 5 11 4 8 — 28

Triad 8 14 10 4 — 36

3-point goals — Triad 2 (Assavapisitkul 2). Fouled out — Zeller, Parsons.

JV result — Prospect won.