SALEM — Cascade Christian charged into the championship game of the Salem Academy Tournament with a 75-52 boys basketball rout of Rainier Tuesday.

SALEM — Cascade Christian charged into the championship game of the Salem Academy Tournament with a 75-52 boys basketball rout of Rainier Tuesday.

The second-ranked Challengers, who scored at least 22 points in three of the quarters, meet Western Mennonite of Salem tonight at 8.

Colton Cochran amassed 26 points and 14 rebounds for Cascade Christian (8-1).

Wes Litton scored 14 points in the win, and Ben Joffer added 12 points and five assists.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (75) — Siliga 1, Morse 6, Marshall 1, Sosey 0, Wipf 4, M. Smith 2, A. Smith 4, Litton 14, Hoffman 3, Joffer 12, Rasmussen 2, Cochran 26. Totals: 31 11-19 75.

RAINIER (52) — Drake 0, R. Tripp 3, B. Tripp 10, Sutfin 0, Stanbury 0, Boylan 0, Stecker 1, Kauffman 17, McGlore 0, Yeoman 9, Dean 12, Hall 0. Totals: 17 15-26 52.

Cascade Christian 23 7 23 22 — 75

Rainier 12 12 16 12 — 52

3-point goals — Cascade Christian 2 (Hoffman 1, Joffer 1), Rainier 3 (B. Tripp 2, Yeoman 1). Fouled out — Litton.

ROGUE RIVER 63, SOUTH UMPQUA 59, OT — At Rogue River, Darren Taylor hit the game-tying free throw with four seconds left in regulation for Rogue River, and the Chieftains pulled away in overtime of the nonconference game.

Taylor finished with 11 points to lead Rogue River (7-4), which used a 16-5 spurt in the third quarter to erase a first-half deficit.

SOUTH UMPQUA (59) — Page 0, Huling 0, Boyd 0, Jansen 18, Aliff 10, Bennett 16, Carmen 0, McFarland 15. Totals: 22 14-32 59.

ROGUE RIVER (63) — Schoner 8, Watson 8, Krouse 10, Brown 6, Johnson 2, Reyes 9, Taylor 11, Garcia 10, McBee 0. Totals: 21 16-37 63.

South Umpqua 19 12 5 19 4 —59

Rogue River 9 14 16 16 8 —63

3-point goals — South Umpqua 1 (Bennett 1), Rogue River 3 (Krouse 1, Reyes 1, Taylor 1).. Fouled out — Boyd, Jansen, Huling, Taylor, Garcia. Technical fouls — Bennett, Taylor.

JV result — South Umpqua won.

MARSHFIELD 53, GRANTS PASS 42 — At Coos Bay, Kyle Tedder registered a game-high 25 points as Marshfield held off a late Grants Pass charge in the semifinals of the Les Schwab South Coast Classic at Marshfield High.

Ronnie Fields paced the Cavemen with 12 points but injured a knee late in the game.

Grants Pass (5-2) will play North Bend in the third-place game today.

GRANTS PASS (42) — R. Fields 12, Nottingham 0, Griggs 5, Robbins 3, Tardieu 4, Emptage 5, Scriven 2, H. Fields 0, Romick 8, Mahr 2. Totals: 17 3-6 42.

MARSHFIELD (53) — Tedder 25, Milburn 6, T. Cutting 2, Miles 2, Grissim 6, Morgan 6, Thurmon 6, Dew 0, B. Cutting 0. Totals: 16 15-22 53.

Grants Pass 7 4 15 16 — 42

Marshfield 16 10 10 17 — 53

3-point goals — Grants Pass 5 (Griggs 1, Romick 2, R. Fields 2), Marshfield 4 (Tedder 2, Grissim 2).

ASHLAND 72, SANDY 58 — At Bend, Nino Foley scored 10 of his 22 points in the second quarter to help spark eighth-ranked Ashland at the Central Oregon Les Schwab Tournament at Summit High.

The Grizzlies (6-6) face Summit today at 9 a.m. in the consolation championship.

ASHLAND (72) — Foley 22, Resch 20, Hansen 19, Chasmar 11, Pavlich 0, Stone 0, Heater 0. Totals: 30 5-8 72.

SANDY (58) — D'Aber 14, Blackman 8, Harris 6, Hufendick 6, Trosko 6, Devillarf 8, Myrnold 10, Kansala 0. Totals: 23 4-8 58.

Ashland 13 20 21 19 —72

Sandy 9 12 27 8 —58

3-point goals — Ashland 7 (Hansen 5, Foley 2), Sandy 8 (D'Aber 3, Harris 2, Trosko 1, Myrnold 1).

CRESCENT VALLEY 83, CRATER 47 — At Wilsonville, Avery Robinson, the son of Oregon State men's basketball coach Craig Robinson, was 9-for-9 from the field for 22 points as Crescent Valley dominated at the Holiday Inn Wilsonville Invitational.

Justin Martin led the Comets (2-7), who play Thurston today at 2:30 p.m., with 11 points.

CRATER (47) — Crowl 1, Martin 11, Douglas 6, Etchison 5, Dalton 3, Reed 8, Hicks 9, Lacey 4, Massey 0, Rodman 0, Neal 0, Morgan 0. Totals: 17 9-19 47.

CRESCENT VALLEY (83) — MacNeil 11, Hastings 8, Mattes 2, Eason 3, Forbes 0, Oxsen 8, Tuamori 2, Carpenter 4, Ranson 4, Hammond 4, Robinson 22, Selsey 9, Cochran 2, Parnon 4. Totals: 34 10-15 83.

Crater 14 9 10 14 —47

Crescent Valley 26 19 18 20 —83

3-point goals — Crater 4 (Martin 3, Hicks 1), Crescent Valley 5 (MacNeil 2, Robinson 3). Technical foul — Massey.

ILLINOIS VALLEY 79, POWERS 19 — At Glendale, Roger Hults posted a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds as Illinois Valley advanced to the championship game of the Glendale Tournament.

Jesse Bethke scored 17 points to go with six rebounds, and Tobin Mikels pulled down 12 rebounds for Illinois Valley (3-6).

POWERS (19) — Lewis 1, Flatt 6, Alred 12, Morgan 0, Soteia 0, Martinez 0, Teleault 0, Silva 0, Lopez 0, Bessey 0. Totals: 6 6-15 19.

ILLINOIS VALLEY (79) — R. Hults 18, F. Hults 2, Bethke 17, To. Mikels 6, Kendall 11, Tr. Mikels 7, McLaughlin 4, Robbins 4. Totals: 35 8-16 79.

Powers 5 9 0 5 — 19

Illinois Valley 22 27 20 10 — 79

3-point goals — Powers 1 (Alred 1), Illinois Valley 1 (R. Hults 1).

UMPQUA VALLEY CHRISTIAN 57, ST. MARY'S 48, OT — At Oakland, St. Mary's scored first in overtime but Umpqua Valley Christian answered with six straight point and was 8 of 9 at the line to seal the victory in the Oakland Tournament.

Matt Gervais and Lou Gambee scored 12 points each to pace St. Mary's, and Logan Harper added 11.

St. Mary's (6-4) plays Prospect for third place at 5 p.m. today.

ST. MARY'S (48) — Reeder 0, Ross 0, Grant 6, Harper 11, Gambee 12, Gervais 12, Bates 7, Peterson 0, Britton 0. Totals: 16 13-21 48.

UMPQUA VALLEY CHRISTIAN (57) — Schultz 20, Barnhart 8, Rocco 20, Stone 1, Medak 0, Graham 1, Smith 6, Claugthon 1. Totals: 16 22-36 57.

St. Mary's 10 14 9 12 3 — 48

Umpqua Christian Valley 8 4 17 16 12 — 57

3-point goals — St. Mary's 3 (Gervais 2, Bates 1), Umpqua Valley Christian 3 (Schultz 1, Rocco 1, Smith 1). Fouled out — Grant, Gambee, Peterson, Reeder. Technical foul — Gambee.

BUTTE FALLS 47, NEW HOPE CHRISTIAN 62 — At Grants Pass, senior point guard Eli Cunningham rang up 31 points for New Hope Christian, which had lost to Butte Falls twice earlier this season.

Harley Casillas paced the Loggers (5-4) with 16 points and four steals, while sophomore post Lehman Adams scored 11 points in the his first significant varsity minutes.

BUTTE FALLS (47) — Casillas 16, McGonagle 14, Adams 11, Weaver 6, Gower 0, Dunham 0. Totals: 15 17-21 47.

NEW HOPE CHRISTIAN (62) — Cunningham 31, Stephens 14, Heater 8, Rossiter 4, Colvin 5, Harp 0, Park 0. Totals: 24 8-11 62.

Butte Falls 10 14 10 13 — 47

New Hope Christian 17 15 13 17 — 62

3-point goals — New Hope 6 (Cunningham 3, Stephens 2, Heater 1).