CENTRAL POINT — Branden Todd's pin at 171 pounds and Jesse Hornbrook's victory over returning state placer Chance Fahndrich at 189 propelled North Medford to a rare win over Crater, 43-23, Thursday at Crater High School.

CENTRAL POINT — Branden Todd's pin at 171 pounds and Jesse Hornbrook's victory over returning state placer Chance Fahndrich at 189 propelled North Medford to a rare win over Crater, 43-23, Thursday at Crater High School.

Todd pinned Brandon McFarland in 51 seconds to add to the Black Tornado's overwhelming start, which included seven wins — four by fall — in the first eight matches.

"We started the dual with three wins, but (Todd's) win really got us the momentum," North Medford coach Nolan Harris said. "When you get a pin against a tough kid, it really gets the kids going, and it got the crowd into it, too."

Hornbrook, a senior who took his junior year off, earned a 6-3 victory over Fahndrich to all but wrap up the victory for the Tornado, which snapped a long losing streak to the Comets.

"We just got outwrestled and outhustled," Crater coach Greg Haga said. "They whooped us on the things that we pride ourselves on, so we'll have to take care of that."

The Comets will get their chance in short order as hosts of the Crater Classic on Saturday, which also features Roseburg, Clackamas, North Medford, West Linn, Westview, Culver and California schools Orland and Enterprise. Action begins at 11 a.m., with championship matches around 3:30 p.m.

TEAM SCORE — North Medford 43, Crater 23.

103 — Austin Mitchell, NM, forfeit; 112 — Chris McFall, NM, tech. fall Jordan Saling, 17-0; 119 — Tyler Montague, C, maj. dec. Connor McLoughlin, 14-3; 125 — Morgan Walters, C, dec. Tyler Crist, 7-6; 130 — Skyler Prislac, C, pinned Billy Coryell, :57.

135 — Mike Macuk, C, maj. dec. Spencer Ebert, 11-2; *140 — Alex Smith, NM, dec. Cody Gray, 12-8; 145 — Brandon Montague, C, forfeit; 152 — Cody Wedman, NM, pinned Chase Mackey, 5:34.

160 — Reid Shipley, NM, dec., Kyle Gray, 5-3; 171 — Branden Todd, NM, pinned Brandon McFarland, :51; 189 — Jesse Hornbrook, NM, dec. Chance Fahndrich, 6-3; 215 — Zach Tanner, NM, pinned Sal Flores, 1:35; 285 — Marlon Campos, NM, pinned Ian Augustine, :56.

* starting weight

GRANTS PASS 66, SOUTH MEDFORD 3 — At Grants Pass, senior Ricky Stockwell scored the lone victory for South Medford with an 11-9 decision over Aaron Perez at 145 pounds.

Stockwell built a seven-point lead in the third period before Perez caught him in a head-and-arm with 30 seconds left. Despite teetering on his back over the final seconds, Stockwell was able to fend off the potential pin.

103 — Double forfeit; 112 — Zack Nance, GP, dec. Tyler Thomas, 8-4; 119 — Daniel Brown, GP, pinned Sergio Cano, 1:51; 125 — Jesse Orndoff, GP, pinned Nik Hegler, 5:27; 130 — Luke Collins, GP, pinned Nick Rodriguez, 2:42.

135 — Nathan Piader, GP, pinned Corey Braughton, 3:09; 140 — Kenny Terry, GP, forfeit; 145 — Ricky Stockwell, SM, dec. Aaron Perez, 11-9; 152 — Calvin Peters, GP, pinned Joel Goin, 1:41.

160 — Jose Cruz, GP, pinned Colter Therrell, 3:50; 171 — Ryan Shean, GP, forfeit; 189 — Steven Etheridge, GP, dec. Kyle Eli, 9-6; *215 — Parker Goodwin, GP, pinned Luke Happeny, 1:28; 285 — Nathan Scott, GP, pinned Brad Johnson, :20.

* starting weight

GRANTS PASS 60, ASHLAND 15 — At Grants Pass, Jake Scarminach scored the marquee win of the dual for Ashland with his 10-6 decision over Ryan Shean at 171 pounds.

The Grizzlies also scored pins from Mason Montgomery (189) and Sam Cowan (285), while GP's Parker Goodwin scored a big win by pinning Christian Ostmo at 215.

103 — Double forfeit; 112 — Zack Nance, GP, forfeit; 119 — Daniel Brown, GP, pinned BJ"ˆHertz, 3:41; 125 — Caeman Nicholas, GP, forfeit; 130 — Chris Deley, GP, won by forfeit.

135 — Kjell Thorsen, GP, forfeit; 140 — Aaron Perez, GP, forfeit; 145 — Kenny Terry, GP, forfeit; 152 — Calvin Peters, GP, forfeit.

160 — Jose Cruz, GP, forfeit; 171 — Jake Scarminach, A, dec. Ryan Shean, 10-6; 189 — Mason Montgomery, A, pinned Grants Pass, 3:15; 215 — Parker Goodwin, GP, pinned Christian Ostmo, 2:15; 285 — Sam Cowan, A, pinned Randy Benetti, :40.

ROSEBURG 58, EAGLE POINT 9 — At Eagle Point, defending Class 6A state champion Roseburg won all but two matches in the Southern Oregon Hybrid nonconference dual.

Eagle Point freshman Alek Callahan registered a pin at 112 pounds and Aaron Lorenz (119) picked up the Eagles' other victory on a decision.

Eagle Point received strong performances in losing efforts by Gage Baumer (171), who dropped a 4-1 decision to state champion Dylan Fors, and freshman Hunter Hoeptner (145), an 11-8 loser to Damon Estrada.

The Eagles will host the 20-team Eagle Point Invitational beginning 9:30 a.m. Saturday.

103 — Teyto Mesa, R, forfeit; 112 — Alek Callahan, EP, pinned Ryland Burum, 3:14; 119 — Aaron Lorenz, EP, dec. Cameron Mesa, 11-5; 125 — Layne Westwang, R, maj. dec. Sherman Hammond, 9-1; *130 — Brody Faas, R, pinned Nathan Lucas, :33.

135 — Drew VanAnrooy, R, tech. fall Ben Zomerdyk, 17-2 (4:49); 140 — Reed VanAnrooy, pinned Travis Wood, 3:17; 145 — Damon Estrada, R, dec. Hunter Hoeptner, 11-8; 152 — Seth Thomas, R, pinned Edward Martinez, 1:40.

160 — Javier Mandera, R, maj. dec. Daniel Morgan, 12-4; 171 — Dylan Fors, R, dec. Gage Baumer, 4-1; 189 — Devan Fors, R, pinned Trevor Olsen, 1:42; 215 — Ben Goirigolzarri, R, pinned Alajandro Valle, 1:19; 285 — Joel Applebaum, R, dec. Manny Valdovinos, 8-2.

* starting weight

Boys Basketball

RV ADVENTIST 46, HOSANNA CHRISTIAN 42, OT — Jesse Gilley was scoreless until overtime, then the junior forward tallied the final four points to lift Rogue Valley Adventist to the Mountain Valley League victory.

Caleb Allen scored the first basket in overtime for the Red Tail Hawks (14-3, 6-0 MVL) then Hosanna tied the score 42-all. Gilley gave Rogue Valley the lead for good with a transition layin and completed the scoring on two free throws.

Allen, a freshman forward, led all scorers with 23 points and had six rebounds and three steals.

The Red Tail Hawks have a match-up against second place Triad (10-2, 4-0 MVL) in Klamath Falls on Saturday.

HOSANNA CHRISTIAN (42) — Preston 0, Say 9, Drake 2, Janecke 10, Justman 4, Shaw 3, Martin 12, Staunton 0, Moro 2. Totals: 17-42 5-10 42.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST (46) — Alvarez 5, DeLaVega 2, Gilley 4, Allen 23, Pirelli 6, J. Wood 6. Totals: 20-47 5-10 46.

Hosanna Christian 15 8 8 9 2 — 42

Rogue Valley Adventist 19 5 9 7 6 — 46

3-point goals — Hosanna Christian 3-13 (Say 1, Janecke 2), RV Adventist 1-7 (Alvarez 1).

Girls Basketball

HOSANNA CHRISTIAN 56, RV ADVENTIST 8 — Conference-leading Hosanna Christian held Rogue Valley Adventist to just two points in the second-half and improved to 6-0 in Mountain Valley League play.

Mary O'Reilly, a senior center, paced the Red Tail Hawks (2-8, 0-6 MVL) with four points, four rebounds and two blocked shots.

HOSANNA CHRISTIAN (56) — Sundet 2, Moro 4, Matchett 15, Anderson 0, Hampton 0, Ronnander 8, Biagby 21, Keepke 0, Thompson 6. Totals: 25-58 1-2 56.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST (8) — Holley 0, Fulwider 0, Alvarez 0, O'Reilly 4, Robertson 0, Armstrong 2, Gilmore 0, Bartley 0, Meza 0, Haugen 2. Totals: 3-32 2-8 8.

Hosanna Christian 20 10 16 10 — 56

Rogue Valley Adventist 2 4 0 2 — 8

3-point goals — Hosanna Christian 5 (Matchett 2, Biagby 3).