Regis was solid when Rogue River played it last season in the first round of the Class 3A girls basketball playoffs.

Regis was solid when Rogue River played it last season in the first round of the Class 3A girls basketball playoffs.

The Chieftains found the Stayton team, which returned nearly every player, to be quite a bit better Tuesday, when the Chieftains suffered a 62-32 loss to last year's 3A state champion in the semifinals of the Wells Fargo Advisors Christmas Classic.

"We were dominated by a very good team," said Rogue River coach Dave Ehrhardt, whose team dropped to 7-3.

Regis won last year's matchup, 55-35. It's now a 2A school and appears headed for another title run.

"It's the same group of girls," said Ehrhardt, "but they're a year older, a year stronger, a year better. They're just very, very good. They don't make many mistakes."

Becca Buck scored 13 of her 22 points in the first half for Regis (9-1), which led 33-16 at intermission.

Kelly Maxey scored 11 for the Chieftains, who play the Mazama-Cascade Christian loser at 2 p.m. today at Cascade Chrstian.

REGIS (62) — Keudell 4, Webb 6, Lulay 3, Allie 4, Dolby 6, Walling 4, R. Buck 2, B. Buck 22, Koenke 11, Fessler 0, Reynolds 0, Morris 0. Totals: 23 12-16 62.

ROGUE RIVER (32) — Ehrhardt 5, B. Coulter 2, A. Coulter 5, Maxey 11, Lee 2, Fricke 2, Jessee 5, Roldan 0, Whittaker 0. Totals: 10 11-24 32.

Regis 17 16 21 8 — 62

Rogue River 5 11 8 8 — 32

3-point goals — Regis 4 (Koehnke 2, Allie 1, Lulay 1), Rogue River 1 (Maxey 1).

MAZAMA 64, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 44 — Mazama pulled away in the second half at Cascade Christian to advance to the championship game.

Aleena Cesaro scored 25 points for Cascade Christian (2-3), Sydney Hunt had 10 points and Meghan Higday 14 rebounds.

Mazama plays Regis for the title at 5:15 p.m. today. Cascade Christian faces Rogue River at 2 p.m. for third place. Both games are at Cascade Christian.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (44) — Aguilar 6, Cochran 2, J. Martinez 1, Hunt 10, Cesaro 25, V. Martinez 0, Zimmerer 0, Britton 0, Higday 0. Totals: 20 4-7 44.

MAZAMA (64) — Morris 8, Reynolds 15, Valenta 8, MacPhee 9, Foust 4, Grigsby 11, Finner 9. Totals: 27 8-12 65.

Cascade Christian 10 10 14 10 — 44

Mazama 12 14 21 17 — 64

3-point goals — Mazama 2 (Grigsby 1, McPhee 1).

PHOENIX 55, DAYTON 40 — At Phoenix, Adrienne Engle scored a career-high 27 points and added six steals and four blocked shots to secure a spot in today's consolation championship for Phoenix.

Kelsie Bradfield added 15 points and 10 rebounds for the 4A Pirates (4-3), who face North Valley at 10:30 this morning.

PHOENIX (55) — Engle 27, Bradfield 15, Tally 8, Marshall 5, Toney 0, Macias 0, Shilts 0, Serrano 0, Brown 0. Totals: 18 17-34 55.

DAYTON (40) — Goddick 9, Ringnalda 8, Rendon 6, Case 4, Prendergast 4, Wauters 4, Mullin 3, Halderman 2, Garcia 0, White 0, Millay 0. Totals: 18 3-7 40.

Phoenix 14 12 14 15 — 55

Dayton 12 10 11 7 — 40

3-point goals — Phoenix 2 (Engle 2), Dayton 1 (Mullin 1). Technical foul — Bradfield.

NORTH VALLEY 41, SUTHERLIN 38 — Jacquie Nicholson went 14-for-15 from the free-throw line — making all six free throws in the fourth quarter — to help North Valley rally in the consolation-round game at Cascade Christian.

North Valley (4-5) erased a six-point deficit entering the final period by outscoring Sutherlin 21-12.

Nicholson, who finished with 20 points, also had seven rebounds.

Sophomore Kenzie Schmoll added seven points and five assists for the Knights, who will play for fourth-place today.

NORTH VALLEY (41) — Nicholson 20, Schmoll 7, Ellis 7, Sanders 3, Gronholm 2, Walker 2, Ford 0, McElheran 0. Totals: 9 21-30 41.

SUTHERLIN (38) — Mendenhall 12, Freeman 10, Hults 9, Chamberlain 3, Carson 0, Rethwill 0, Patrick 0, Lefevere 0, Sizemore 0, Corbet 4. Totals: 16 5-12 38.

North Valley 6 5 9 21 — 41

Sutherlin 8 4 14 12 — 38

3-point goals — North Valley 2 (Ellis 2), Sutherlin 1 (Hults 1). Fouled out — Mendenhall.

ILLINOIS VALLEY 40, BUTTE FALLS 31 — At Phoenix, Illinois Valley won only its second game in 31/2 years, taking advantage of 15 second-half turnovers by Butte Falls.

The Cougars, who got 22 points from Laurissa Tausaga and 10 from Kristen Vidales, were 1-69 the past three seasons. This was their first victory in 10 tries this year. Vidales and Carly Jensen, who scored six points, powered IV on the boards.

Butte Falls (4-3), which had only two turnovers in the first half, was led by Mariah Moore's 16 points and 11 rebounds. She was 8-for-9 on free throws.

The Loggers' Beth Sutfin added nine rebounds.

BUTTE FALLS (31) — Kirkpatrick 6, Garote 0, Funk 4, Moore 16, Dearmore 2, Hobbs 3, Sutfin 0, McGonagle 0. Totals: 11 9-13 31.

ILLINOIS VALLEY (40) — Householder 0, Tausaga 22, Frederick 0, Barker-Cortrecht 0, Jones 0, Wellon 2, Lavassaur 0, Augustadt 0, Jensen 6, Vidales 10. Totals: 17 6-13.

Butte Falls 17 7 4 3 — 31

Illinois Valley 12 9 8 11 — 40

Fouled out — Garote.

Boys

MAZAMA 74, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 28 — Mazama went 9-for-11 from the field to open up a 23-3 lead through one quarter of play and held Cascade Christian at bay in the championship semifinals at Cascade Christian High.

Kevin Wynne had 22 points to lead the way for the Vikings (6-1), who play Dayton at 7 tonight in the finals.

Eric Morse tallied 13 points and 10 rebounds for Cascade Christian (2-3), which hosts Phoenix in the third-place game at 3:45 p.m.

MAZAMA (74) — Wynne 22, Mathis 10, Evans 8, W. Hall 7, Schiess 4, Robinson 9, G. Hall 4, Jackson 4, Garrard 6. Totals: 29 10-12 74.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (28) — Morse 13, Siliga 4, Sha 4, Sosey 0, M. Smith 1, A. Smith 2, Miller 4, Sellers 0, Mecham 0. Totals: 11 5-7 28.

Mazama 23 11 14 26 — 74

Cascade Christian 3 10 7 8 — 28

3-point goals — Mazama 6 (Wynne 4, W. Hall 1, Robinson 1), Cascade Christian 1 (Siliga 1).

JV score — Cascade Christian 49, New Hope Christian 38.

NORTH VALLEY 50, ST. GEORGE'S 42 — At Phoenix, junior post Jake Herklotz had 12 points and 11 rebounds and senior wing Dane Anderson had six rebounds and four steals as North Valley advanced to the fourth-place game.

The Knights (5-3) will play Sutherlin at 12:15 p.m. today for the consolation championship.

North Valley sophomore point guard Kevin Brazille added 11 points and five steals.

ST. GEORGE'S (42) — Gill 11, Chung 7, Mitrovic 7, Hildebrand 6, Alexiu 5, MacFayden 4, Payne 2, Siddoo 0, Smith 0, Khan 0, Pitblado 0, Ladha 0. Totals: 18 4-12 42.

NORTH VALLEY (50) — Herklotz 12, Anderson 11, Brazille 11, Dean 6, Rusk 6, Vandehey 4, Hayter 4, Mooney 0, Chirnside 0, Pughe 0. Totals: 18 11-22 50.

St. George's 9 15 8 10 — 42

North Valley 11 8 11 20 — 50

3-point goals — St. George's 2 (Gill 1, Mitrovic 1), North Valley 3 (Brazille 1, Anderson 1, Hayter 1).

NORTH MARION 49, HIDDEN VALLEY 45 — At Aurora, Braden Monnet scored 13 points in a losing effort for Hidden Valley (3-3) in the North Marion Tournament.

HIDDEN VALLEY (45) — Monnet 13, Krauss 10, Garrison 3, Broadhead 2, Craig 7, Shorb 0, Morse 9, Holmes 1, Hults 0, Becker 0, Tobey 0. Totals 17 7-13 45.

NORTH MARION (49) — Dady 22, Summers 7, Oliver 2, Hayden 12, Parkinson 2, Colsby 4. Totals 15 15-22 49.

Hidden Valley 9 8 13 15 — 45

North Marion 8 12 12 17 — 49

3-point goals—Hidden Valley 4 (Monnet 2, Garrison 1, Morse 1); North Marion 3 (Dady 3)."ˆ

ROGUE RIVER 56, BUTTE FALLS 24 — At Phoenix, Shawn Donahue and Ben McBee each scored 10 points, and Rogue River (3-7) outscored Butte Falls 35-5 in the middle two quarters.

Emmitt Bateman paced Butte Falls (1-6) with eight points.

ROGUE RIVER (56) — Valencia 7, Escobar 7, S. Donahue 10, McBee 10, Ayer 7, T. Donahue 8, Hudson 7. Totals: 22 9-14 56.

BUTTE FALLS (24) — Goodman 1, Balero 4, Ramirez 5, Bateman 8, Adams 6, Givens 0, Gower 0, Retherford 0, McGonagle 0, Munsell 0. Totals: 8-34 6-11 24.

Rogue River 10 17 18 11 — 56

Butte Falls 7 4 1 12 — 24

3-point goals — Rogue River 3 (Escobar 1, McBee 2), Butte Falls 2 (Bateman 2).

RV ADVENTIST 42, PACIFIC 29 — At Phoenix, Isaac DeLaVega had nine points, five assists and five steals to lead Rogue Valley Adventist.

Jesse Gilley added nine points and nine rebounds for the Red Tail Hawks (6-1).

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST (42) — Neufield 7, J. Alvarez 6, DeLaVega 9, Pirelli 9, Z. Wood 2, Gilley 9. Totals: 15-43 7-11 42.

PACIFIC (29) — Valentine 4, Jensen 0, Felde 0, Wagner 0, Wyatt 0, Swensen 6, Everest 3, Ongley 6, Stour 10. Totals: 13-42 3-15 29.

Rogue Valley Adventist 19 6 6 11 — 42

Pacific 9 4 6 10 — 29

3-point goals — Rogue Valley Adventist 5 (Neufield 1, Alvarez 2, DeLaVega 1, Gilley 1), Pacific 0-5. Fouled out — Gilley.