BEND — The Phoenix boys basketball team took its first loss in a long time, falling to sixth-ranked West Albany 78-74 in overtime in the Summit Holiday Tournament semifinals at Summit High on Thursday.

BEND — The Phoenix boys basketball team took its first loss in a long time, falling to sixth-ranked West Albany 78-74 in overtime in the Summit Holiday Tournament semifinals at Summit High on Thursday.

The Pirates (9-1) had won 14 straight games stretching back to last season, when they won the Class 4A state championship.

Senior guard Alex Young shined in the defeat against the 5A squad, finishing with 24 points on 11-for-18 shooting, 11 rebounds, eight assists, four steals and three blocks.

Tyler Dungannon offered up 23 points and five steals.

West Albany's Josh Bryant canned a point-blank bucket with just a few seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to send the contest into overtime. Prior to that, Phoenix could have built a four-point cushion but missed a pair of free throws.

In OT, the Bulldogs jumped out to a quick four-point lead. Luke Brown's free-throw makes with 50 seconds remaining trimmed the deficit to a point before Phoenix was forced to foul.

Trailing by two with 10 seconds left and possession of the ball, the Pirates committed a costly turnover. West Albany's Scott Merrill then buried a pair of free throws to seal the victory.

"It was great for us to have this kind of game," Phoenix head coach Glenn Johannes said. "West Albany is by far the best team we've faced so far. They are well-coached and hit shots down the stretch. ... We will learn from this."

Phoenix trailed in the first half, falling behind 20-10 early. Young connected on a half-court heave as time expired in the second quarter to draw the Pirates to within seven, down 35-28.

Dalton Richardson's running hook shot in the lane tied things up about midway through the third quarter.

Brown finished with 10 points and five rebounds for the Pirates, who play in a consolation game at 1:15 p.m. today.

Jalen Schlegel scored 22 points and Nate Sherwood added 21 for West Albany (7-1).

WEST ALBANY (78) — Schlegel 22, Sherwood 21, Wells 15, Metzger 10, McClain 3, Bryant 3, Riley 2, Merrill 2, Roberts 0, Reid 0. Totals: 31 11-20 78.

PHOENIX (74) — Young 24, Dungannon 23, Brown 10, Loper 9, Keith 6, Richardson 2, Campoy 0, Morris 0. Totals: 30 10-17 74.

West Albany 20 15 12 22 9 — 78

Phoenix 10 18 19 22 5 — 74

3-point goals — West Albany 5 (Sherwood 2, Metzger 1, Wells 1, McClain 1), Phoenix 4 (Young 1, Dungannon 3). Fouled out — Richardson.

GRANTS PASS 56, MARIST 48 — At Grants Pass, Tony Scriven scored 18 points for Grants Pass and Tyler Bennett added 12 for the Cavemen (6-4) in the nonconference win.

MARIST (48) — Malos 5, Fusek 5, Holaday 2, Krause 7, Miller 6, Paiement 6, Harper 12, Thompson 7. Totals: 20 3-7 48.

GRANTS PASS (56) — Johnson 6, Emptage 6, Hanley 2, Bennett 12, Randall 2, Scriven 18, Meadows 4, Rich 0, Mahr 6. Totals: 21 11-28 56.

Marist 7 16 11 14 — 48

Grants Pass 18 9 16 13 — 56

3-point goals — Marist 5 (Malos 1, Fusek 1, Krause 1, Harper 2), Grants Pass 3 (Emptage 1, Bennett 1, Mahr 1). Fouled out — Thompson.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 82, ASHLAND 59 — At Bend, Mountain View's James Reid exploded for 39 points in a Summit Holiday Tournament consolation game.

Ashland's James Skinner led three Grizzlies (6-5) in double figures with 15 points. Billy Hansen and Ethan Schlecht added 13 and 10, respectively.

The two teams combined for 53 free throw attempts, with Mountain View (7-3) hitting 21 of 27.

ASHLAND (59) — James Skinner 15, Hansen 13, Schlecht 10, Finch 8, Flynn 5, Sager 3, LimeMa 3, Palagio 2, Carroll 0, Smeenk 0, Keigi 0, Hodge 0. Totals 20 16-26 59.

MOUNTAIN VIEW (82) — James Reid 39, Siefken 10, Modin 9, Bosch 7, Lannin 5, C. Hollister 4, McNelis 2, Dattke 2, Carroll 2, Thompson 2, Bachman 0, Teitgen 0, Haugen 0, Gentry 0, Logan 0. Hollister 0. Totals 28 21-27 82.

Ashland 10 24 10 16 — 59

Mountain View 19 19 22 22 — 82

3-point goals — Ashland 3 (Hansen 2, Skinner 1), Mountain View 5 (Reid 4, Bosch 1).

STAYTON 51, HIDDEN VALLEY 45, OT — At Stayton, Loren Craig scored 24 points, but Hidden Valley let an eight-point fourth-quarter lead slip away in the SCTC Holiday Classic consolation bracket.

Kyle Garrison tacked on 11 points for the Mustangs (3-7).

HIDDEN VALLEY (45) — Hults 2, Garrison 11, Rojas 4, Swillinger 0, Richardson 0, Hurd 4, Tobey 0, Craig 24. Totals: 18 7-15 45.

STAYTON (51) — Hedricks 9, Foster 2, Johnson 18, Kraupa 1, Veardon 5, Scott 0, Hack 3, Smith 13. Totals: 18 9-13 51.

Hidden Valley 14 14 13 4 0 — 45

Stayton 8 13 12 12 6 — 51

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 2 (Garrison 2), Stayton 6 (Hedricks 1, Johnson 4, Hack 1). Technical fouls — Stayton bench.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 61, SALEM ACADEMY 43 — At Salem, Alex Miller and Eric Morse led Cascade Christian to the semifinal win in the Crusader Christmas Invitational.

The Challengers (5-3) play Western Mennonite (9-0) for the title for the third straight year tonight. Western Mennonite won last year and CC the year before.

Miller, a junior guard, dropped in 11 of his 16 points in the second quarter and went 7-for-8 from the field. The Challengers got three 3-pointers from Morse, who scored 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (61) — Siliga 2, Sha 2, Morse 15, Cheney 2, Laws 2, Brown 6, Miller 16, Sellers 8, Thompson 6, Cesaro 2. Totals: 28 1-1 61.

SALEM ACADEMY (43) — Cooper 0, Smith 0, Harris 8, Westby 9, Schmidt 0, Moser 0, Paul 12, Tribbett 6, Lee 8. Totals: 19 3-9 43.

Cascade Christian 16 15 20 10 — 61

Salem Academy 12 8 6 17 — 43

3-point goals — Cascade Christian 4 (Morse 3, Miller 1), Salem Academy 2 (Harris 2).

GLIDE 76, ST. MARY'S 52 — Glide's 6-foot-8 center Connor Thompson scored 18 points to ruin the home opener for St. Mary's.

Trent Eccleston paced the Crusaders (3-8) with 17 points, 12 rebounds, six assists and three steals. Junior Ryan Ross had 12 points and seven assists, and Will Street had 12 points, five rebounds and five assists.

GLIDE (76) — Keough 3, Thompson 18, Hissong 12, B. Fricke 9, Finaly 8, Halter 11, Livingston 2, Gordon 5, Rowe 4, J. Frike 4. Totals: 31 8-16 76.

ST. MARY'S (52) — Alvarez 6, Street 12, Ross 12, Becker 2, Eccleston 17, Benton 3. Totals: 21 4-6 52.

Glide 19 19 21 17 — 76

St. Mary's 14 14 12 12 — 52

3-point goals — Glide 2 (Keough 1, Hissong 1), St. Mary's 6 (Street 3, Ross 2, Eccleston 1).

JV result — St. Mary's won.

ROGUE RIVER 80, ETNA 65 — At Etna, Calif., Rogue River forced 17 steals and every starter scored in double figures in the nonleague victory.

Chieftain (3-6) senior guard Ben McBee scored 23 and Brian Stinchcomb added 15 points and six steals.

ROGUE RIVER (80) — Valencia 12, Donahue 13, McBee 23, Stinchcomb 15, Daly 13, Norris 4, Schmidt 0, Gretz 0. Totals: 31 14-19 80.

ETNA (65) — Rimmer 9, Ricky 16, Murphy 20, Munson 6, Kanian 2, Au. Berry 4, Al. Berry 8, Luke 0, Eastlick 0. Totals: 27 5-8 65.

Rogue River 25 19 15 21 — 80

Etna 6 16 15 28 — 65

3-point goals — Rogue River 4 (McBee 2, Stinchcomb 1, Daly 1), Etna 6 (Rimmer 3, Ricky 2, Murphy 1).

JV score — Etna 54, Rogue River 24.

PROSPECT 60, GRANT JV 52 — At Dayville, Kevin Baker had 16 points and 16 rebounds and Jake Bliss limited Grant's leading scorer in the Dayville Tournament.

Scotty Kennedy led Prospect (3-5) with 20 points and added 10 rebounds, while Boston Ehlers had 14 points and Kyle Roe 10 points and seven steals.

Bliss held Mitch Moulton to eight points over three quarters. Moulton finished with 18.

PROSPECT (60) — Bliss 0, May 0, Yarbough 0, Ehlers 14, Roe 10, Baker 16, Kennedy 20, Cryts 0. Totals: 23 13-20 60.

GRANT JV (52) — Carter 2, Witty 4, Cotk 1, Wright 2, Ramirez 22, Moulton 18. Totals: 22 5-10 52.

Prospect 12 15 9 24 — 60

Grant JV 19 6 16 11 — 52

3-point goals — Prospect 1 (Ehlers 1), Grant JV 3 (Ramirez 1, Moulton 2). Fouled out — Ramirez. Technical foul — Cotk.