ASHLAND — One of the top Class 4A girls basketball teams in the state had no trouble playing up a classification Saturday.

ASHLAND — One of the top Class 4A girls basketball teams in the state had no trouble playing up a classification Saturday.

No. 9-ranked Mazama got 21 points from Hannah Reynolds and 18 from hot-shooting Megan Morris in a 59-46 nonconference win over 5A Ashland at Mountain Avenue Gym.

Morris hit 8 of 13 shots and the Vikings (14-4) jumped on the Grizzlies early to take a 35-16 lead into halftime before cruising the rest of the way.

Ashland senior Sarah Kasiah had 14 points and six rebounds but the Grizzlies (9-8) couldn't overcome 14 turnovers and a 35-percent shooting day.

Kasiah hit 5 of 11 shots, and Sarah Pavlich added 11 points and 10 boards for the Grizzlies, who hit 17 of 48 shots as a team, including 6 of 25 in the first half.

Mazama converted Ashland's turnovers into 15 points and shot 47 percent (24-for-51) for the game to win for the fourth time in its last six games.

Ashland lost for the third time in its last five games and has one more game left — next Saturday at Phoenix — before its showdown with 5A Southern Oregon Hybrid rival Eagle Point.

MAZAMA (59) — Reynolds 21, Totten 5, Farris 0, Morris 18, Valenta 10, Oosterman 2, Smith 0, Foust 2. Totals: 24-51 9-13 59.

ASHLAND (46) — Shulenberger 6, Sad. Kasiah 0, Sar. Kasiah 14, Minor 9, Cochrane 0, Williams 4, Zehren 2, Pavlich 11, Thornton 0. Totals: 17-48 11-17 46.

Mazama 17 18 9 15 — 59

Ashland 6 10 14 16 — 46

3-point goals — Mazama 2-6 (Reynolds 1, Valenta 1), Ashland 1-5 (Sad. Kasiah 1). Fouled out — Foust.

JV score — Ashland 57, Mazama 23.

HENLEY 66, EAGLE POINT 24 — At Eagle Point, Henley outscored Eagle Point 27-0 in the first quarter of the nonconference game.

Sydney May, a freshman forward, scored 14 points for Eagle Point (1-13).

Henley (14-3) had four players in double figures.

HENLEY (66) — Fahner 11, DeHoop 3, Scholer 2, Mueller 2, Parker 8, Morgan 11, Olden 1, Kochenderfer 14, DeLonge 14. Totals: 29 8-12 66.

EAGLE POINT (24) — Perm 6, May 14, Partida 2, Johnson 2, Hoefft 0, Hall 0, Hanks 0, Nielsen 0, Dovel 0. Totals: 12 0-2 24.

Henley 27 16 14 9 — 66

Eagle Point 0 4 10 10 — 24

NORTH LAKE 33, BUTTE FALLS 27 — At Silver Lake, Lesley Dark scored 17 points as North Lake picked up its third win in four games to move above .500 (8-7).

The Cowboys (3-4 MVL) held the Loggers (4-16, 2-5) to two points in the first quarter.

For Butte Falls, Brandi O'Keefe had nine points and five rebounds and Sierra Kirkpatrick nine points, six assists and three steals.

BUTTE FALLS (27) — Kirkpatrick 7, Dearmore 0, Funk 2, Ramirez 0, O'Keefe 9, Givens 9, Creech 0, McGonagle 0. Totals: 9 9-20 27.

NORTH LAKE (33) — Brown 3, Davidson 2, Stockton 0, Dark 17, Fine 0, Bias 4, Aubrey 7, LaPlant 0. Totals: 10 12-16 33.

Butte Falls 2 6 10 9 — 27

North Lake 6 6 8 13 — 33

3-point goals — North Lake 1 (Aubrey). Fouled out — Funk.

JV result — North Lake won.

TRIAD 61, PROSPECT 43 — At Klamath Falls, Heather Lass totaled 17 points and 16 rebounds and Hannah Bailey added 11 points and 11 rebounds to lead Prospect (5-10, 2-5 MVL) in the road loss.

Sarah Estabrook netted 22 points to pace Triad (10-6, 5-2).

PROSPECT (43) — Sizemore 0, H. Hedgpeth 3, M. Hedgpeth 2, Lass 17, H. Van Wormer 0, Reynolds 3, J. Van Wormer 7, Bailey 11. Totals: 18 7-9 43.

TRIAD (61) — Edison 0, E. Vanover 15, Trumbull 6, S. Borror 3, A. Borror 2, C. Stiller 8, J. Vanover 5, Li 0, Estabrook 22, S. Stiller 0. Totals: 24 9-13 61.

Prospect 8 16 8 11 — 43

Triad 19 15 13 14 — 61

3-point goals — Triad 4 (E. Vanover 3, J. Vanover 1).