KLAMATH FALLS — Billy Hansen scored 26 points and had six rebounds and Ashland played one of its better all-around games despite missing two starters during a 62-49 win over Mazama in nonconference boys basketball Saturday.

KLAMATH FALLS — Billy Hansen scored 26 points and had six rebounds and Ashland played one of its better all-around games despite missing two starters during a 62-49 win over Mazama in nonconference boys basketball Saturday.

Junior post Jacob Finch, playing for injured Jack Carroll, contributed 11 points and seven rebounds for the Grizzlies (9-7). Carroll is out with a fractured elbow, according to head coach Larry Kellems.

Adam Freed-Good, another Grizzly starter, missed the game because of a death in the family.

Ashland's James Skinner, a junior point guard, dished out six assists to go with six points and Ethan Schlecht added 10 points.

ASHLAND (62) — Sager 0, Finch 11, Hansen 26, Pelagio 0, Flynn 9, Lime Ma 0, Schlecht 10, Smeenk 0, Skinner 6. Totals: 20 20-27 62.

MAZAMA (49) — Hall 7, Wynne 18, Riddle 4, Rose 6, Marquit 0, Murrey 10, Garrard 4. Totals: 22 0-3 49.

Ashland 13 17 17 15 — 62

Mazama 8 15 13 13 — 49

3-point goals — Ashland 2 (Hansen 2), Mazama 5 (Hall 1, Wynne 2, Murrey 2). Fouled out — Hall. Technical foul — Mazama bench.

JV score — Ashland 74, Mazama 71, OT.

EAGLE POINT 74, HENLEY 53 — At Eagle Point, Tyrone Holmes powered in 21 points and Jonathan Bolston hit three of Eagle Point's eight 3-pointers to notch 18 points in the Eagles' nonconference win.

Zach Reed added 15 points for Eagle Point (9-7), which opened a 28-13 lead through one quarter.

HENLEY (53) — Alves 10, Sherrill 12, Aispuro 4, Mitchell 2, Mueller 7, Hull 7, Overstreet 1, Greif 3, Crane 4, Campbell 3, Dyktra 0, Cedar 0. Totals: 21 6-10 53.

EAGLE POINT (74) — Bolston 18, Quintero 2, Chavez 5, Gonzalez 1, DeLange 2, Snow 9, Edwards 1, Holmes 21, Reed 15. Totals: 23 20-31 74.

Henley 13 8 15 17 — 53

Eagle Point 28 10 17 19 — 74

3-point goals — Henley 4 (Alves 2, Hull 1, Greif 1), Eagle Point 8 (Bolston 3, Snow 3, Chavez 1, Reed 1). Technical fouls — Reed, Eagle Point bench.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 63, GILCHRIST 30 — Caleb Allen scored 17 of his 23 points in the second half and RV Adventist used a 1-3-1 trap to outscore Gilchrist 24-2 in the third quarter.

Also for the Red Tail Hawks (15-3, 6-1 MVL), Jesse Gilley added 10 points and six rebounds and Micah Neufeld had nine points and six assists. Allen also had eight rebounds.

Trenton Koch paced Gilchrist (3-10, 1-6) with 12 points.

RV Adventist had 21 steals.

GILCHRIST (30) — McGregor 2, Tr. Koch 12, Wible 0, Ta. Koch 3, Shuey 4, Lowell 2, Boone 2, Link 5. Totals: 11-55 5-10 30.

RV ADVENTIST (63) — Petray 0, Neufeld 9, N. Wood 0, James 0, Alvarez 4, De La Vega 8, Gilley 10, Allen 23, Pirelli 7, O'Reilly 0, Z. Wood 2. Totals: 27-64 8-14 63.

Gilchrist 10 5 2 13 — 30

RV Adventist 19 14 24 6 — 63

3-point goals — Gilchrist 3 (Tr. Koch 2, Link 1), RV Adventist 1 (Pirelli 1). Technical foul — Z. Wood.

NORTH LAKE 49, BUTTE FALLS 47 — At Silver Lake, James Ramirez had 20 points and eight rebounds to lead Butte Falls, which was undone by a late rally in the MVL contest.

Emmitt Bateman added 14 points and Ricky Balero had nine points, seven rebounds and three steals for the Loggers (4-12, 2-5 MVL). Evan Givens pulled down 10 boards.

Daniel Sutter led North Lake (7-7, 4-3) with 20 points, including the game-tying free throws and an inside basket in the final seconds to deny the Loggers.

BUTTE FALLS (47) — Ramirez 20, Bateman 14, Balero 9, Givens 2, Adams 2, McGonagle 0. Totals: 18 5-7 47.

NORTH LAKE (49) — Sutter 20, Chamberlain 4, Libolt 5, McCord 13, Pline 7, Hand 0. Totals: 18 12-20 49.

Butte Falls 3 14 18 12 — 47

North Lake 10 13 13 13 — 49

3-point goals — Butte Falls 6 (Bateman 3, Ramriez 3), North Lake 1 (Lipolt 1). Fouled out — Givens.

TRIAD 98, PROSPECT 39 — At Klamath Falls, Triad used a full-court press to stymie Prospect and take a 38-9 lead into the second quarter in the MVL blowout.

Austin McGrew scored 22 points, and Will Brain and Thomas Holland added 18 apiece for the Timberwolves (12-4, 6-1 MVL), who have won eight of their last nine games.

For Prospect (3-13, 0-7), Austin Ehlers scored 14 points and Scotty Kennedy seven.

PROSPECT (39) — Bliss 2, May 3, Yarbough 2, Ehlers 14, Reynolds 0, Roe 6, Baker 4, Kennedy 7. Totals: 15 6-9 39.

TRIAD (98) — Ovgard 1, Erwin 7, Brain 18, Rutledge 8, Holland 18, Riblett 2, Ja. Brisco 6, Trumbull 6, Je. Brisco 2, Launius 8, McGrew 22. Totals: 41 9-17 98.

Prospect 9 8 10 12 — 39

Triad 38 22 21 17 — 98

3-point goals — Prospect 3 (May 1, Ehlers 2), Triad 7 (McGrue 6, Erwin 1).