Senior forward Aleena Cesaro had 21 points and 13 rebounds as short-handed Cascade Christian, playing without two injured starters, trounced Lakeview 52-32 Friday at Cascade Christian High.

Senior forward Aleena Cesaro had 21 points and 13 rebounds as short-handed Cascade Christian, playing without two injured starters, trounced Lakeview 52-32 Friday at Cascade Christian High.

Junior guard Katie Aguilar had 16 points, seven rebounds and two steals, and McKenna Britton added eight boards for the Challengers (9-6, 2-1 Southern Cascade Hybrid), who won for the fifth time in their last six games.

"The key to the win for us was that we started to run a little bit more and put pressure on them and we found that to be really effective," Cascade Christian head coach Marvin Denman said. "We just picked up the tempo in the first half defensively and offensively, and once we got it across (mid-court) we just attacked the hoop and found somebody."

Senior post Katie Stofleth led Lakeview (11-8, 1-2) with 15 points, and senior post Kinsey Seaton added seven.

Cascade Christian played without junior guard Kelsey Cochran (wrist) and junior post Meghan Higday (knee) but got solid play from its bench.

LAKEVIEW (32) — Pennington 2, Stofleth 15, Seaton 7, Cahill 2, Bryant 6, Hall 0, Murphy 0. Total: 13 5-11 32.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (52) — Aguilar 16, J. Martinez 3, V. Martinez 6, Hunt 4, Cesaro 21, Britton 2, Brown 0, Zimmerer 0. Totals: 20 7-10 52.

Lakeview 6 8 7 11 — 32

Cascade Christian 14 9 12 17 — 52

3-point goals — Lakeview 1 (Bryant 1), Cascade Christian 5 (Aguilar 1, J. Martinez 1, V. Martinez 2, Cesaro 1).

JV result — Lakeview won.

ST. MARY'S 72, ILLINOIS VALLEY 20 — Four St. Mary's players finished in double figures to fuel third-ranked St. Mary's to a Southern Cascade Hybrid rout.

Mackenzie Krieser had 17 points and nine rebounds, Abby Steinsiek 14 points, six rebounds and five steals, Emily Alvarez 13 points and Jamee Batten 12 points for the undefeated Crusaders (15-0, 4-0 SCH), who led 41-3 by halftime. Domonique Valdez added nine assists.

Laurissa Tausaga and Carly Jensen each scored seven points for Illinois Valley (3-14, 0-3).

ILLINOIS VALLEY (20) — Householder 0, Tausaga 7, Cortrecht 0, Jones 0, Wellen 0, Sanchez 0, Stewart 0, Jensen 7, Vidales 2, T. Frederick 0, S. Frederick 2, Brooks 0, Augustat 0, Dixon 0, Crow 2. Totals: 9 2-6 20.

ST. MARY'S (72) — Krieser 17, DeBoer 2, E. Alvarez 13, Valdez 6, Steinsiek 14, Batten 12, Ramsay 0, Armas 4, J. Alvarez 4. Totals: 30 9-18 72.

Illinois Valley 1 2 7 10 — 20

St. Mary's 14 27 23 8 — 72

3-point goals — St. Mary's 3 (E. Alvarez 1, Steinsiek 2). Fouled out — Vidales.

CHILOQUIN 64, ROGUE RIVER 56 — At Chiloquin, Emily Roldan scored 11 points in the third quarter and finished with a career-high 15 in a losing effort for short-handed Rogue River in a nonconference game.

The Chieftains (10-9, 1-2 SCH) were missing starters Kelly Maxey, who is out for the season with a broken hand, and Allison Coulter, who has the flu.

Roldan, a sophomore wing, added five rebounds and three blocks.

Junior guard Alli Ehrhardt tossed in 19 points for the Chieftains.

ROGUE RIVER (56) — Ehrhardt 19, B. Coulter 6, Roldan 15, Fricke 6, Jessee 10, Whittaker 0, Lee 0, Angeletti 0. Totals: 16 16-24 56.

CHILOQUIN (64) — Fal. Case 14, Far. Case 15, Clark 0, Weiser-Bradford 18, Fernandez 1, Montoya 7, Heyber 2, Mitchell 2. Totals: 24 10-27 64.

Rogue River 21 9 15 11 — 56

Chiloquin 11 20 18 15 — 64

3-point goals — Rogue River 8 (Ehrhardt 2, Coulter 2, Roldan 4), Chiloquin 6 (Fal. Case 4, Far. Case 1, Weiser-Bradford 1).

JV score — Chiloquin 50, Rogue River 25.

Skyline Conference

PHOENIX 37, HIDDEN VALLEY 26 — At Phoenix, Adrienne Engle turned in a versatile performance for Phoenix by holding Skyline leading scorer Kara Fikso to just two points and contributing significantly on the offensive end.

Fikso, who averages 17 points a game, was limited by Engle and the Pirates' diamond-and-one zone defense.

Engle scored eight of her 13 points in the third quarter as the Pirates built a 27-21 margin. The senior guard also provided five rebounds, three assists and two steals.

Ashley Hendricks paced Phoenix (10-6, 3-2 Skyline) in scoring with 14 points and pulled down seven rebounds. Kelsie Bradfield snared 12 rebounds.

For Hidden Valley (6-11, 2-3), Joelle Swanson had 12 points.

HIDDEN VALLEY (26) — Swanson 12, Doig 5, Hansen 4, King 2, Fikso 2, Rodgers 1, Sotelo 0. Totals: 9 6-9 26.

PHOENIX (37) — Hendricks 14, Engle 13, Bradfield 4, Toney 3, Marshall 2, Tally 1. Totals: 11 12-24 37.

Hidden Valley 8 7 8 3 — 26

Phoenix 5 11 12 9 — 37

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 2 (Swanson 1, Doig 1), Phoenix 3 (Engle 3). Fouled out — Fikso.

JV score — Phoenix 29, Hidden Valley 22.

KLAMATH UNION 49, NORTH VALLEY 42 — At Merlin, Jacquie Nicholson had 22 points and Kenzie Schmoll added 14 in a losing effort for North Valley (6-11, 0-5 Skyline).

Callie Porter recorded 16 points for the Pelicans (9-7, 2-3).

KLAMATH UNION (49) — Horn 0, Gardner 5, Glassow 6, Albertson 10, Armstrong 9, Porter 16, Farris 1, Luna 2, Mee 0. Totals: 17 13-21 49.

NORTH VALLEY (42) — Schmoll 14, Ellis 1, Gronholm 5, Nicholson 22, Walker 0, Sanders 0, McElheran 0. Totals: 15 12-23 42.

Klamath Union 7 17 12 13 — 49

North Valley 9 16 5 12 — 42

3-point goals — Klamath Union 2 (Albertson 1, Armstrong 1). Technical fouls — Ellis.

JV result — Klamath Union won.

MAZAMA 47, HENLEY 35 — At Klamath Falls, LeAnn Valenta scored 14 points and Mazama rallied by limiting visiting Henley to three points in the third quarter of the Skyline game.

HENLEY (35) — Fahner 7, Castle 7, Scholer 6, Morgan 11, Carleton 3, deHoop 0, Parker 1. Totals: 12-37 9-15 35.

MAZAMA (47) — Reynolds 10, Valenta 14, MacPhee 7, Foust 4, Pinner 6, Morris 4, Totten 2. Totals: 17-39 13-21 47.

Henley 16 7 3 9 — 35

Mazama 8 13 12 14 — 47

3-point goals — Henley 2-7 (Fahner 1, Carleton 1).

Mountain Valley League

TRIAD 43, BUTTE FALLS 25 — At Butte Falls, Mariah Moore had 11 points and 12 rebounds on top of her two steals in the battle for second place in the MVL.

Senior forward Beth Sutfin added eight points, eight rebounds and three steals for the Loggers, (10-6, 4-2 MVL).

TRIAD (43) — Vanover 7, Trumbull, S. Borror 0, C. Stiller 4, Claybaugh 0, Brewster 7, Estabrook 16, S.Stiller 2, Long 7. Totals: 17 8-17 43.

BUTTE FALLS (25) — Kirkpatrick 2, Garote 1, Funk 3, Moore 11, Hobbs 0, Sutfin 8, O'Keefe 0. Totals: 10 4-18 25.

Triad 12 12 7 12 — 43

Butte Falls 6 5 4 10 — 25

3-point goals — Triad 1 (Estabrooks 1), Butte Falls 1 (Sutfin 1). Fouled out — Funk, Brewster.

JV score — Triad 43, Butte Falls 24.

NORTH LAKE 35, PROSPECT 21 — At Prospect, senior wing Cheyanne Strong scored 16 points and junior forward Lesley Dark 11 for North Lake (6-7, 3-3 MVL), which played keepaway during a scoreless third quarter.

Prospect (3-10, 1-5) was paced by sophomore post Heather Lass, who had nine points and 14 rebounds.

NORTH LAKE (35) — Strong 16, Dark 11, Waldron 1, Ward 7, Bias 0, Fine 0, Worthington 0, Brown 0. Totals: 15 4-5 35.

PROSPECT (21) — Zelnar 4, Cryts 3, Lass 9, Mahoney 2, Bailey 3, VanWormer 0, Reynolds 0, Baker 0, Pinkerton 0, Hedgpeth 0. Totals: 8 5-10 35.

North Lake 13 12 0 10 — 35

Prospect 6 6 0 9 — 21

3-point goals — North Lake 1 (Dark 1). Technical foul — North Lake bench.