LAKE OSWEGO — Trey Garfas helped North Medford get off to an explosive start against Glencoe in the consolation semifinals of the Lakeside Holiday Classic Tuesday.

LAKE OSWEGO — Trey Garfas helped North Medford get off to an explosive start against Glencoe in the consolation semifinals of the Lakeside Holiday Classic Tuesday.

The 6-foot-2 senior wing scored nine points in a 13-0 run to open the game, and the Black Tornado held off the Crimson Tide from Hillsboro to post a 70-56 boys basketball victory at Lakeridge High.

North Medford (5-1) will play Tualatin at 11 a.m. for fourth place today in the eight-team tourney.

"We did some things to get (Garfas) open against their zone," said North Medford coach Scott Plankenhorn. "He was doing a little bit of everything."

North bolted to a 21-9 first-quarter lead, but Glencoe closed the margin to 34-29 at halftime. The Black Tornado held double-digit leads for most of the second half, but Glencoe closed to within seven points with about one minute left.

Senior guard Derek Mautz followed up Monday's 22-point performance in a 59-52 loss to West Linn with a team-high 19 points against the Crimson Tide.

"Derek has played great up here so far," said Plankenhorn. "He's shooting it really well and is comfortable on offense."

Jordan Browne-Moore, a senior post, turned in a versatile effort for the Black Tornado with 11 points, nine rebounds, five assists and five steals.

"We bounced back (from the loss) all right," said Plankenhorn. "We had some nice leads and could have won it easily but we got sloppy or fouled to keep them in the game."

GLENCOE (56) — Gardner 6, Johnson 6, VanRoekel 0, Smith 3, Campbell 15, Larry 4, Blalock 18, Becker 2, Petersen 2. Totals: 20-39 11-14 56.

NORTH MEDFORD (70) — Gray 5, Egge 0, Mautz 19, Bailey 2, Whitaker 0, Browne-Moore 11, Winans 8, Knox 0, Parker 2, Faust 9, DeBerry 2, Garfas 12. Totals: 24-51 13-18 70.

Glencoe 9 20 13 14 — 56

North Medford 21 13 17 19 — 70

3-point goals — Glencoe 5-7 (Gardner 2, Campbell 3), North Medford 9-20 (Gray 1, Mautz 3, Browne-Moore 1, Winans 2, Faust 1, Garfas 1). Technical foul — North Medford bench.

GRANTS PASS 48, FOREST GROVE 26 — At Salem, Grants Pass' strong interior defense helped limit Forest Grove to 15 points in the final three quarters of the South Salem Winter Classic contest.

Tony Scriven scored 21 and Micah Johnson 10 for the Cavemen (4-4), who play Newberg at 1:30 p.m. today.

GRANTS PASS (48) — Johnson 10, Emptage 4, Hanley 2, Bennett 2, Randall 4, Scriven 21, Mahr 5, Strempel 0, Mattie 0, Meadows 0, Rich 0. Totals: 21 5-12 48.

FOREST GROVE (26) — Zamora 6, M. Garcia 3, Makus 5, Beatty 2, Cohrs 4, Jamison 6, Johnson 0, Gunderson 0, O. Garcia 0, Jansen 0. Totals 9 7-12 26.

Grants Pass 16 14 8 10 — 48

Forest Grove 11 6 4 5 — 26

3-point goals — Grants Pass 1 (Mahr 1), Forest Grove 1 (M. Garcia 1).

EAGLE POINT 73, SUMMIT 48 — At Eagle Point, three Eagle Point players combined for 58 points, led by Tyrone Holmes' 21, in the nonconference game.

For the Eagles (5-3), Jonathan Bolston scored 19, Garrett Snow made six 3-pointers for his 18 points and Holmes pulled down nine rebounds.

NORTH MARION 66, HIDDEN VALLEY 64, 3 OT — At Aurora, B.J. Hults had 15 points and four rebounds to lead Hidden Valley, which blew a seven-point lead in the first overtime and a five-point lead in the second OT in the North Marion Holiday Basketball Classic.

Levi Swillinger added 12 points, five rebounds and two assists and Greg Hurd 10 points, six rebounds and four assists for the Mustangs (3-4), who play Hudson Bay at 1 p.m. today for seventh place.

RV ADVENTIST 68, UMPQUA VALLEY 36 — At Klamath Falls, Caleb Allen had 23 points, 11 rebounds and seven steals to lead Rogue Valley Adventist to the semifinals of the Hosanna Christian Holiday Classic.

Isaac De La Vega had eight points and 10 assists and Nick Wood added nine points for the Red Tail Hawks (7-1), who face Tulelake, Calif. at 5:30 p.m. today. Rogue Valley Adventist shot 67 percent in the first half to take a 47-15.

UMPQUA VALLEY (36) — Claugton 8, Graham 13, Howell 8, Adams 0, Dahl 0, Hand 1, Sohi 6, Tharp 0. Totals: 15-43 4-11 36.

RV ADVENTIST (68) — Petrey 0, Neufeld 5, James 2, Alvarez 12, De La Vega 8, Gilley 5, Allen 23, Pirelli 4, Wood 9. Totals: 29-57 7-9 68.

Umpqua Valley 9 6 9 12 — 36

RV Adventist 24 23 12 9 — 68

3-point goals — Umpqua Valley 2 (Howell 2), RV Adventist 3 (Neufeld 1, Alvarez 1, Allen 1).

GRANTS PASS 57, MCKAY 38 — At Grants Pass, senior post Annie Edgar shot 8-for-10 to lead Grants Pass.

Edgar finished with 19 points and eight rebounds, and senior guard Jordan Luker added 17 points for the Cavers (3-2).

MCKAY(38) — Stone 2, Trice 1, Maruame 2, Dash 6, Barton 0, Wolf 4, L. Williams 19, Kappus 2, K. Williams 2. Totals: 15 8-15 38.

GRANTS PASS (57) — Dean 0, Luker 17, Miller 2, Bice 2, Jordan 2, Syfert 5, Phillips 4, Davidson 4, Edgar 19, Henderson 2. Totals: 20 16-22 57.

McKay 7 6 15 10 — 38

Grants Pass 16 14 12 15 — 57

3-point goals — Grants Pass 1 (Syfert 1). Fouled out — Barton.

JV score — Grants Pass 60, McKay 18.

ROSEBURG 58, SPRAGUE 13 — At Roseburg, Roseburg outscored Sprague 30-3 in the first half and evened its record at 3-3 in the nonconference game.

Rachel Picknell scored 12 for Roseburg.

SPRAGUE (13) — Deinnes 4, Kerzman 3, James 2, Bowers 1, Allen 1, Finicel 1, Gartman 1, Harrington 0, Hogstrom 0. Totals: 4 5-13 13.

ROSEBURG (58) — Picknell 12, Snook 11, Humphry 9, Johnson 8, Baumgartner 6, Griggs 4, Thrush 4, Estrada 2, M. Chong 1, Fox 1, K. Chong 0, Provencal 0. Totals: 24 8-13 58.

Sprague 0 3 8 2 — 13

Roseburg 13 17 16 12 — 58

3-point goals — Roseburg 2 (Snook 1, Humphry 1).

JV result — Roseburg won.

ROGUE RIVER 50, HIDDEN VALLEY 32 — At Rogue River, Alli Ehrhardt and Brittany Coulter combined for 27 points and Emily Roldan scored all 11 of her points in the second half as Rogue River picked up the pace after intermission.

The Chieftains (7-2) led 18-14 at halftime. Emma Angeletti pulled down eight rebounds for the Chiefs.

For Hidden Valley, Jenna King had five 3-pointers and scored 22 points.

HIDDEN VALLEY (32) — Lambert 2, King 22, Goree 2, Hansen 6, Taylor 0, Davis 0, Harmon 0, Murphy 0. Totals: 10 7-21 32.

ROGUE RIVER (50) — Lee 4, Ehrhardt 14, Coulter 13, Roldan 11, Angeletti 4, Smith 2, Taylor 2, Lamar 0, Pamplona 0. Totals: 16 13-17 50.

Hidden Valley 6 8 8 10 — 32

Rogue River 5 13 16 16 — 50

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 5 (King 5), Rogue River 5 (Roldan 3, Coulter 1, Ehrhardt 1).

JV score — Rogue River 30, Hidden Valley 26.

UMPQUA VALLEY CHRISTIAN 70, ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 23 — At Phoenix, Umpqua Valley Christian outscored a depleted Rogue Valley Adventist team 33-0 in the second quarter.

UVC's Kelsey Warren and Katie Smith scored 16 each. Warren also added 12 rebounds.

Milca Alvarez scored 10 for RVA.

UMPQUA VALLEY CHRISTIAN (70) — Dahl 4, Warren 16, Cabiao 8, Schroeder 12, Crawford 8, Smith 16, Milholland 2, Skelly 0, McLaughlin 4. Totals: 32 5-13 70.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST (23) — Cumbee 0, Fulwider 2, Alvarez 10, Robertson 0, Compos 6, Bates 5. Totals: 8 7-10.

Rogue Valley Adventist 9 0 6 8 — 23

Umpqua Valley Christian 11 33 16 10 — 70

3-point goals — Umpqua Valley Christian 1, (Cabiao 1). Fouled out — Robertson.