BEND — Phoenix and Ashland traveled to central Oregon to play each other in boys basketball, and the Pirates came away with a 60-50 victory in the Summit Holiday Tournament Wednesday.

BEND — Phoenix and Ashland traveled to central Oregon to play each other in boys basketball, and the Pirates came away with a 60-50 victory in the Summit Holiday Tournament Wednesday.

Alex Young scored 23 points and Tyler Dungannon became the school's second all-time leading scorer as Phoenix improved to 9-0.

The Pirates take on West Albany today at 2:15 p.m. in a tough semifinal matchup. West Albany defeated Mountain View in the first round.

Billy Hansen scored 23 points for Ashland, which dropped to 6-4 and takes on Mountain View at 9 a.m. today.

Phoenix started out sluggish, said coach Glenn Johannes, and it wasn't until the middle two quarters that the Pirates pulled away. They outscored the Grizzlies 18-8 in the second to take a 29-18 lead and were up 49-32 entering the fourth.

"It was a grind game," said Johannes. "We had one earlier this year against Coquille. You can't get up for every game, but you play and plug away. Our bench did a great job defensively and chipped in some points. We'll take that and move on."

Key players off the bench were Tim Keith, Max Hamilton and Tyson Morris. Keith contributed four points and five rebounds.

Young, a senior guard, added 13 rebounds, six assists, four steals and three blocks.

"He is just really good at controlling the game, and he controls everything," said Grizzlies coach Larry Kellems. "We tried not to let him drive because when he drives, he's very good at dishing the ball. The kid is obviously the real deal."

So, too, is Dungannon, a senior guard. He scored 18 points, giving him 1,035 for his career and moving him past Andy Bartels, a 2000 graduate, who had 1,025. Young is the career leader with 1,435.

"He shoots so darn well," Kellems said of Dungannon.

Dalton Richardson had seven rebounds for Phoenix.

Jacob Finch scored 12 points for Ashland.

ASHLAND (50) — Hansen 23, Finch 12, Skinner 7, Schlecht 3, Carroll 5, Flynn 0. Totals: 20 9-17 50.

PHOENIX (60) — Young 23, Dungannon 18, Loper 5, Brown 4, Hamilton 4, T. Keith 4, Richardson 0, Morse 2, J. Keith 0, Campoy 0, Mayers 0. Totals: 24 7-12 60.

Ashland 11 8 13 18 — 50

Phoenix 11 18 20 11 — 60

3-point goals — Ashland 1 (Hansen 1), Phoenix 5 (Young 2, Dungannon 2, Loper 1).

CRATER 68, REYNOLDS 41 — At Dallas, Justin Martin had 17 points, six rebounds and six assists and Cody Dismukes had 13 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks as Crater roared back from an early nine-point deficit to surpass its victory total of last season.

Jordan Douglas added 17 points, seven rebounds and four steals for the Comets (5-4), who have won three of their last four games.

Crater used a 26-12 run to turn a 15-4 deficit into a 30-27 halftime lead, then opened the second half with an alley-oop dunk by Dismukes and never trailed again.

REYNOLDS (41) — Iongi 2, Fanning 4, Williams 0, Stirler 0, Neal 5, Walsh 0, Poetsch 0, Christian 2, Keltman 11, Lambert 10, Anderson 7. Totals: 15 8-15 41.

CRATER (68) — Stewart 0, Erskine 0, Rodman 0, A. Martin 0, J. Martin 17, Bennett 2, Marineau 2, Dismukes 13, Jaasko 6, Lane 0, Douglas 17, Morgan 11. Totals: 24 15-25 68.

Reynolds 15 12 8 6 — 41

Crater 11 19 20 18 — 68

3-point goals — Reynolds 3 (Keltman 3), Crater 5 (J. Martin 3, Douglas 1, Morgan 1).

TILLAMOOK 46, HIDDEN VALLEY 35 — At Stayton, Kyle Garrison scored nine points but Hidden Valley could not overcome a 1-for-11 shooting night at the free throw line in the first round of the SCTC Holiday Classic.

Hidden Valley (3-6) plays Stayton today in the consolation bracket.

HIDDEN VALLEY (35) — Holts 0, Becker 0, Garrison 9, Rojas 0, Swillinger 6, Richardson 3, Hurd 3, Tobey 6, Craig 8. Totals: 14 1-11 35.

TILLAMOOK (46) — Schriber 15, Cooley 15, Motsinger 4, Herlinman 4, Tre. Harp 2, Strong 6, Tra. Harp 0. Totals: 16 14-18 46.

Hidden Valley 10 14 2 9 — 35

Tillamook 8 8 15 15 — 46

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 6 (Garrison 2, Swillinger 2, Richardson 1, Hurd 1). Fouled out — Herlinman, T. Harp.

ST. MARY'S 67, UMPQUA VALLEY CHRISTIAN 49 — At Oakland, Ryan Ross made seven 3-point baskets and scored a season-high 24 points as St. Mary's placed third in the Oakland Holiday Tournament.

Trent Eccleston turned in 10 points, 11 rebounds, five assists, three steals and three blocks for the Crusaders (3-7), while Glenn Alvarez had 11 points, five assists and four steals and Cade Benton had 13 points.

St. Mary's made 17 steals.

ST. MARY'S (67) — Alvarez 11, Street 0, Ross 24, Eccleston 10, Benton 13, Marchini 5, Juncal 4. Totals: 27-60 5-9 67.

UMPQUA VALLEY CHRISTIAN (49) — Claughton 11, Howell 12, Church 0, Graham 4, Everett 0, Hand 0, Sohi 0, Tharp 1, Medak 21. Totals: 18-44 11-27 49.

St. Mary's 10 18 28 11 — 67

Umpqua Valley Christian 18 15 10 6 — 49

3-point goals — St. Mary's 8 (Ross 7, Benton 1), Umpqua Valley Christian 2 (Claughton 1, Howell 1). Fouled out — Benton.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 58, VALLEY CATHOLIC 51 — At Salem, four Cascade Christian players scored in double figures, led by Eric Morse's 15 points, and the Challengers moved into the semifinals of the Salem Academy Christmas Classic.

Cascade Christian (4-3) jumped out to a 16-5 lead in the first quarter.

The Challengers' Alex Miller had 10 points and nine rebounds, Davis Siliga scored 11, David Sellers 10 and Morse had eight boards.

VALLEY CATHOLIC (51) — Doileau 4, Lane 0, Cassidy 9, Olsen 12, Sellers 10, McDonald 16, Gray 0, Bucy 0. Totals: 17 12-18 51.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (58) — Siliga 11, Morse 15, Cheney 5, Sha 3, Joffer 0, Miller 10, Sellers 10, Thompson 4. Totals: 20 15-19 58.

Valley Cathoic 5 12 19 15 — 51

Cascade Christian 16 11 20 11 — 58

3-point goals — Valley Catholic 5 (Cassidy 3, McDonald 2), Cascade Christian 3 (Morse 1, Sha 1, Miller 1).