LAKE OSWEGO — Tess Picknell put a hurtin' on Jefferson, then South Medford's 6-foot-5 post player herself got hurt.

LAKE OSWEGO — Tess Picknell put a hurtin' on Jefferson, then South Medford's 6-foot-5 post player herself got hurt.

Picknell suffered a foot injury early in the fourth quarter of the Panthers' 74-55 girls basketball win over Jefferson at the Laker/Nike Interstate Shootout on Wednesday.

Before she left the court, the junior had amassed 15 points, 17 rebounds and eight blocked shots against last year's Class 5A state champion. Her rebound total threatened the single-game tournament record of 19, set in 1996 by Lakeridge's Sabrina Scott.

Whether Picknell can make a run at Scott's tourney record of 46 rebounds — the South standout has 35 — remains to be seen. The Panthers face Evergreen, Wash., at 3:30 today, and Picknell's availability will depend on how she responds to treatment, said coach Tom Cole.

The injury, diagnosed as a sprained tendon on top of her right foot, occurred when Picknell fell to the floor. She walked on it, albeit gingerly, several hours after the game.

Last year, Picknell set the tournament record of 26 blocked shots. She has 13 this year.

South had its best game of the tournament against the Democrats (3-4), committing 13 turnovers to 23 the day before and racing to a 33-21 halftime lead.

Kylie Towry had 23 points and five steals and Yaremi Mejia added 17 points and six assists.

"We did a better job of playing within the system," said Cole. "We weren't tremendous with protecting the ball, but we were better than the day before.

"Jefferson plays a real up-tempo, transition game, and we did some things really well. We were able to break their press pretty easily and get some transition buckets, especially in the second quarter."

Jordan Reynolds, one of the state's top players, scored 19 for Jefferson, including 10 in the fourth after Picknell left.

Reserves Grace Brennan, Ashley Bolston and Lupita Vargas provided quality minutes for the Panthers, helping to stave off a Democrats rally that pared a 20-point deficit to nine in the second half.

"We got contributions from everyone," said Cole. "I'm proud of them for being more responsive today than yesterday."

JEFFERSON (55) — Reynolds 19, Borris 13, Wilson 8, Tillman 12, Blackman 2, Island 1, Frison 0. Totals: 18 18-29 55.

SOUTH MEDFORD (74) — Vargas 3, Towry 23, Tago 2, Bolston 0, Curtius 8, Taft 0, Carroll 0, Mejia 17, Morris 2, Brennan 4, Picknell 15. Totals: 30 9-17 74.

Jefferson 12 9 19 15 — 55

South Medford 14 19 22 19 — 74

3-point goals — Jefferson 1 (Borris 1), South Medford 5 (Vargas 1, Curtius 1, Mejia 3).

BEND 43, NORTH MEDFORD 39 — At Bend, Becca Allen rimmed out a potential game-winning 3-pointer with 12 seconds to go as North Medford (4-5) had another near miss at the Les Schwab Summit Holiday Tournament.

Bend followed with a couple free throws.

Sophomore post McKensey Peters scored 10 points, sophomore post Maryssa Becker added nine and senior forward Alyssa Maurer had eight for the Black Tornado, which fell in overtime Tuesday.

North will face Madras at 8 a.m. today in the seventh-place game.

BEND (43) — Froelich 1, Jones 0, Lundy 2, Rhine 4, Isaak 11, McConnell 10, Boehme 12, Prince 0, Tolentino 2, Maloney 0. Totals: 15 11-26 43.

NORTH MEDFORD (39) — Straub 0, Williamson 0, Maurer 8, Hogue 0, Peters 10, Erb 1, Allen 4, Ellis 1, Murphy 6, Berryessa 0, Becker 9. Totals: 12 12-14 39.

Bend 14 6 9 13 — 43

North Medford 6 11 13 9 — 39

3-point goals — Bend 1 (Boehme 1), North Medford 3 (Maurer 2, Peters 1). Fouled out — Rhine.

WILLAMETTE 63, GRANTS PASS 45 — At Coos Bay, Willamette (8-1) held 6A Grants Pass to 16 points in the first half and cruised the rest of the way in the championship game of the Les Schwab South Coast Holiday Basketball Tournament.

Courtney Smith, Hannah Johnson and Annie Edgar each scored nine points for the Cavers (3-6), who saw their three-game winning streak snapped.

Willamette, the No. 2-ranked Class 5A team, was paced by freshman Lexi Bando's 17 points.

GRANTS PASS (45) — Daniels 6, Luker 5, Syfert 2, Smith 9, Aguilera 5, Johnson 9, Edgar 9. Totals: 15 14-24 45.

WILLAMETTE (63) — Winther 5, Josh 6, Wilkinson 4, Bando 17, Glassow 4, Osborne 5, Mahaffie 12, Kast 10. Totals: 23 11-16 63.

Grants Pass 5 11 11 18 — 45

Willamette 15 22 18 8 — 63

3-point goals — Willamette 6 (Josh 1, Bando 2, Osborne 1, Mahaffie 2), Grants Pass 1 (Aguilera 1). Techincal fouls — Smith.

MYRTLE POINT 38, ASHLAND 35 — At Coos Bay, Myrtle Point rallied from a nine-point deficit to start the fourth quarter and placed fourth in the Les Schwab South Coast Holiday Tournament.

Ashland (3-6) placed sixth.

The Grizzlies led 28-19 entering the final period but succumbed to full-court pressure applied by the Bobcats, who made 11 of their 13 free throws in the fourth.

Sarah Kasiah scored nine for the Grizzlies, and Allison Shulenberger had eight points and four steals.

ASHLAND (35) — Shulenberger 8, Minor 4, Sar. Kasiah 9, Cochrane 2, Zehren 7, Marston 1, Michiels 4, Haynes 0. Totals: 15 2-6 35.

MYRTLE POINT (38) — Bateman 0, Meyer 3, Dewald 6, McCollum 7, Robison 14, McCrorey 8, Love 0, Kirkpatrick 0. Totals: 12 13-18 38.

Ashland 11 8 9 7 — 35

Myrtle Point 10 4 5 19 — 38

3-point goals — Ashland 3 (Sar. Kasiah 3), Myrtle Point 1 (Dewald).

HIDDEN VALLEY 48, ROOSEVELT 15 — At Stayton, senior guard Kara Fikso had 17 points, five rebounds and two steals, and senior post Joelle Swanson 13 points and 12 boards as Hidden Valley (3-6) advanced to the consolation championship at the eight-team Stayton Holiday Classic.

The Mustangs, who held Roosevelt (0-10) scoreless for the first 13 minutes of the game, will play Yamhill-Carlton for fourth place at noon today.

HIDDEN VALLEY (48) — Fikso 17, Doig 6, Sotelo 5, King 5, Swanson 13, Hansen 2, Rodgers 0, Conard 0. Totals: 17 10-19 48.

ROOSEVELT (15) — Mindi 4, Kehou 3, Zoe 8, Brionna 0, Ilena 0, Cynthia 0. Totals: 5 2-9 15.

Hidden Valley 12 10 18 8 — 48

Roosevelt 0 2 4 9 — 15

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 4 (Fikso 2, Doig 1, King 1), Roosevelt 1 (Kehou).

ST. MARY'S 54, OAKLAND 32 — At Oakland, senior wing Mackenzie Krieser had 14 points and seven assists and was named the tournament MVP as fourth-ranked St. Mary's (9-0) won its second straight Oakland Holiday Classic championship.

Senior point guard Domonique Valdez had 12 points and eight assists and senior wing Abby Steinsiek added 11 points, four steals and three rebounds for the Crusaders, whose average margin of victory is 26 points.

ST. MARY'S (54) — Alvarez 12, Valdez 8, Steinsiek 11, Krieser 14, Provost-Shean 2, Armas 2, J. Alverez 5, Holton 0. Totals: 23 3-6 54.

OAKLAND (32) — Young 0, Swan 0, Herbert 10, Rogers 0, C. Spencer 2, K. Westbrook 4, B. Spencer 5, S. Westbrook 0, Cottier 11. Totals: 12 8-21 32.

St. Mary's 15 14 9 16 — 54

Oakland 13 7 2 10 — 32

3-point goals — St. Mary's 5 (Alverez 2, Steinseik 3), Oakland 0. Fouled out — Steinseik.

JV result — St. Mary's won.

ROGUE RIVER 59, LA PINE 43 — At Stayton, junior guard Kelly Maxey scored 16 of her 24 points in the second half as Rogue River (8-5) captured third place in the Regis Holiday Tournament.

Junior guard Alli Ehrhardt added 21 points, including 19 in the middle two quarters, when the Chieftains outscored the Hawks (3-8) by 22 to take a 40-19 lead into the fourth.

ROGUE RIVER (59) — Ehrhardt 21, B. Coulter 3, A. Coulter 2, Maxey 24, Jessee 9, Diehl 0, Lee 0, Roldan 0, Angeletti 0. Totals: 15 25-44 59.

LA PINE (43) — Porter 2, Wieber 6, McReynolds 9, Town 2, Glenn 14, Ebner 2, Fogel 8. Totals: 16 8-18 59.

Rogue River 4 19 17 19 — 59

La Pine 5 5 9 24 — 43

3-point goals —Rogue River 4 (Maxey 3, Ehrhardt 1), La Pine 3 (Fogel 2, McReynolds 1). Fouled out — Glenn, Fogel.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 64, PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 35 — At Salem, senior forward Aleena Cesaro poured in a career-high 31 points and Cascade Christian forced 18 turnovers in a Salem Academy Crusader Classic consolation game.

Meghan Higday turned in 10 points and 19 rebounds, including 10 offensive, and Jordan Martinez had six assists and three steals for the Crusaders (4-4).

Cascade Christian plays Sheridan at noon today in the fifth-place game.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (64) — Aguilar 9, V. Martinez 6, Hunt 6, Cesaro 31, Britton 2, Higday 10, Brown 0, J. Martinez 0, Zimmerer 0. Totals: 26 8-13 64.

PORTLAND CHRISTIAN (35) — Remington 10, Hutchin 6, Schroa 10, Murphy 2, Beliez 3, White 4, Eckhardt 0, Kozlowski 0, Fornfy 0, Stanisez 0, Wagner 0, Vogez 0, Lambert 0. Totals: 16 1-2 35.

Cascade Christian 20 15 19 10 — 64

Portland Christian 10 12 7 6 — 35

3-point goals — Cascade Christian 4 (Cesaro 1, V. Martinez 2, Aguilar 1), Portland Christian 2 (Schroa 2). Fouled out — Remington.