GRANTS PASS — Jack Singler drained back-to-back 3-pointers as part of an 8-0 run in the third quarter to spark South Medford en route to a 52-45 victory over Grants Pass at Heater-Newman Memorial Gym on Friday.

GRANTS PASS — Jack Singler drained back-to-back 3-pointers as part of an 8-0 run in the third quarter to spark South Medford en route to a 52-45 victory over Grants Pass at Heater-Newman Memorial Gym on Friday.

Singler finished with 17 points and four rebounds to help South Medford (16-2) remain undefeated in Southern Oregon Hybrid play at 7-0. Grants Pass dropped to 9-8 overall and 2-4 in SOH play.

The Cavemen opened an 11-5 lead through one quarter and were up 22-19 at halftime thanks in part to cold shooting by South, which was 8-for-28 from the field and 2-for-17 in the first quarter alone.

The Panthers regrouped to go 8-for-15 from the field in the second half and, despite not scoring a field goal in the fourth quarter, fended off GP thanks to a 13-for-21 effort from the foul line.

"We kept battling and made a run in the third period and got ahead and then we were able to maintain that," said South Medford head coach Dennis Murphy.

Matt Retzlaff added 13 points, three assists and two steals for South, while Jack Delaney and Adrian Garcia each had nine points.

Tony Scriven poured in 21 points to pace the Cavemen and Josh Emptage added 13.

SOUTH MEDFORD (52) — Singler 17, Retzlaff 13, Delaney 9, Garcia 9, Sarsona 2, Mondry 2, Curtius 0, McCoy 0. Totals: 16-43 15-27 52.

GRANTS PASS (45) — Scriven 21, Emptage 13, Bennett 5, Mahr 4, Meadows 2, Randall 0, Strempel 0, Hanley 0, Johnson 0, Mattie 0. Totals: 14 14-21 45.

South Medford 5 14 20 13 — 52

Grants Pass 11 11 13 10 — 45

3-point goals — South Medford 5 (Singler 3, Retzlaff 2), Grants Pass 3 (Scriven 2, Emptage 1). Fouled out — Mahr.

NORTH MEDFORD 76, CRATER 67 — At Central Point, Derek Mautz scored 10 of his 16 points in the first quarter and Jordan Browne-Moore had all eight of his points in the frame as North Medford opened a 24-11 lead to put Crater at an early disadvantage.

Chris Faust added 16 points and Trey Garfas had 12 for the Black Tornado (15-2, 5-1 SOH), which shot 61 percent in the first half and led 54-37 heading into the fourth quarter.

Justin Martin drained five 3-pointers to net 25 points for Crater (6-11, 1-6). Cody Dismukes added 11 points and Tanner Jaasko added 10.

NORTH MEDFORD (76) — Mautz 16, Faust 16, Garfas 12, Winans 9, Browne-Moore 8, Parker 7, Bailey 4, Whitaker 4, Gray 0, Egge 0, J. Knox 0, A. Browne-Moore 0. Totals: 27 17-28 76.

CRATER (67) — J. Martin 25, Dismukes 11, Jaasko 10, Douglas 6, Morgan 5, A. Martin 5, Stewart 3, Erskine 2, Rodman 0, Bennett 0, Marineau 0. Totals: 22 17-24 67.

North Medford 24 15 15 22 — 76

Crater 11 13 13 30 — 67

3-point goals — North Medford 5 (Mautz 3, Whitaker 1, Winans 1), Crater 6 (Stewart 1, J. Martin 5). Fouled out — Douglas, Dismukes. Technical fouls — J. Browne-Moore, Crater coach Parent.

JV result — North Medford won.

PHOENIX 69, MAZAMA 46 — At Phoenix, Tyler Dungannon was on fire for third-ranked Phoenix and the Pirates pulled away after a close first quarter.

Dungannon scored 25 points on 12-of-17 shooting from the field. The senior guard had five 3-pointers and also pulled down 10 rebounds to go with four steals.

Senior point guard Alex Young had another strong all-around game for the Pirates (15-3, 5-1 Skyline) with 19 points, eight assists and eight steals.

Phoenix led by just two points after the first quarter but took a 28-16 advantage into halftime.

The Pirates got good contributions off the bench from Max Hamilton and Tyson Morris.

MAZAMA (46) — Hall 18, Garrard 9, Murrey 7, Wynne 5, Rose 3, Bennett 2, Marquit 2, Mathias 0, Riddle 0, Johnson 0, Crowell 0. Totals: 19 5-11 46.

PHOENIX (69) — Dungannon 25, Young 19, Richardson 6, Brown 6, Morris 4, Campoy 3, Hamilton 3, T. Keith 2, J. Keith 1, Mayers 0. Totals: 27 9-19 69.

Mazama 9 7 20 10 — 46

Phoenix 11 17 24 17 — 69

3-point goals — Mazama 3 (Wynne 1, Hall 1, Murrey 1), Phoenix 6 (Dungannon 5, Campoy 1).

JV result — Phoenix won.

NORTH VALLEY 76, HIDDEN VALLEY 31 — At Merlin, Kevin Brazille paced North Valley's balanced attack with 15 points and three steals as the Knights turned in one of their best all-around performances.

J.J. Chirnside contributed 12 points and five rebounds for the Knights (17-2, 6-0 Skyline) and Jake Herklotz tossed in nine points, 10 rebounds and three steals.

The Mustangs (5-14, 1-5) were led by Alex Tobey's 10 points.

HIDDEN VALLEY (31) — Tobey 10, Hurd 7, Becker 5, Garrison 4, Craig 2, Rojas 2, Hults 1, Bowen 0, Swinget 0, Richardson 0. Totals: 13 4-8 31.

NORTH VALLEY (76) — Brazille 15, Chirnside 12, Herklotz 9, Vandehey 6, Lyon 5, Rusk 5, Cheely 4, Morsa 4, Abbott 4, Mooney 5, Ackerman 3, Dean 2, Burke 2, Beagley 0. Totals: 32 7-9 76.

Hidden Valley 9 9 6 7 — 31

North Valley 20 20 19 17 — 76

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 1 (Hurd 1), North Valley 5 (Brazille 1, Mooney 1, Ackerman 1, Vandehey 1, Lyon 1).

JV result — North Valley won.

ROGUE RIVER 64, ST. MARY'S 53 — Shawn Donahue had 20 points, six rebounds and four assists and Brian Stinchcomb added 15 points, seven rebounds and four steals for Rogue River in Southern Cascade Hybrid play.

Andy Valencia chipped in 11 points for the Chieftains, who lost to the Crusaders at home on Jan. 10.

Rogue River (6-12, 1-4 SCH) won despite struggling at the free-throw line, knocking down 27 of its 46 attempts.

Trenton Eccleston scored 19 points and Kade Benton added 12 points for St. Mary's (4-15, 1-4).

ROGUE RIVER (64) — Valencia 11, Donahue 20, McBee 5, Stinchcomb 15, Daly 1, Gretz 10, Norris 2. Totals: 18 27-46 64.

ST. MARY'S (53) — Alvarez 2, Street 2, Ross 5, Hough 2, Eccleston 19, Benton 12, Marchini 2, Parsons 7, Juncal 2. Totals: 23 2-2 53.

Rogue River 11 15 12 26 — 64

St. Mary's 14 9 5 25 — 53

3-point goals — Rogue River 1 (McBee 1), St. Mary's 5 (Ross 1, Eccleston 2, Benton 2). Fouled out — Ross, Parsons.

JV result — St. Mary's won.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 69, LOST RIVER 31 — Junior guard Alex Miller went for a career-high 20 points with four 3-pointers to help Cascade Christian to its ninth straight victory in the nonconference game at the Challengers' gym.

Miller scored 11 of his points in the second quarter when the fifth-ranked Challengers (15-4) outscored Lost River 24-9.

Eric Morse, a senior wing, added 12 points and 10 rebounds and point guard Davis Siliga provided seven assists for the Challengers.

Cascade Christian travels to Cottage Grove today to face eighth-ranked Horizon Christian (11-7) in a nonleague contest.

LOST RIVER (31) — McAuliffe 2, Ireland 5, Alonzo 0, Stradley 4, Hickey 2, Carleton 0, Burch 7, Swingle 9, Delonge 0, Ramos 0, Fossen 2, Loorey 0. Totals: 11 9-13 31.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (69) — Siliga 6, Sha 3, Morse 12, Cheney 5, Coggins 2, Laws 2, Brown 5, Alvarez 0, Joffer 0, Miller 20, Sellers 7, Thompson 2, Cesaro 5. Totals: 27 9-17 69.

Lost River 9 9 9 4 — 27

Cascade Christian 13 24 10 22 — 69

3-point goals — Cascade Christian 4 (Miller 4). Fouled out — Ireland.

JV score — Cascade Christian 67, Lost River 20.

LAKEVIEW 63, ILLINOIS VALLEY 52 — At Lakeview, Fred Hults scored 19 points and Joshua Free added 17 to lead Illinois Valley (7-12, 2-3 SCH), which fell behind 19-11 after one quarter and couldn't recover.

Bryce Davis had 15 points to pace Lakeview (13-6, 4-1).

ILLINOIS VALLEY (52) — Hults 19, Free 17, T. Robbins 8, McLaughlin 4, Welch 4, C. Robbins 0. Totals: 23 3-5 52.

LAKEVIEW (63) — Davis 15, Barry 14, Frank 10, Roseberry 8, Martin 6, Cahill 5, Callahan 3, Hadley 2. Totals: 22 11-15 63.

Illinois Valley 11 15 13 13 — 52

Lakeview 19 15 14 15 — 63

3-point goals — Illinois Valley 3 (Hults 3), Lakeview 6 (Davis 2, Barry 2, Callahan 1, Roseberry 1).

JV score — Lakeview 50, Illinois Valley 43.

BUTTE FALLS 66, GILCHRIST 56 — At Butte Falls, Gilchrist crawled to within eight in the fourth quarter after trailing by 20, but Butte Falls finished off the MVL win.

Sophomore point guard Emmitt Bateman had 21 points and four steals for the Loggers (5-12, 3-5 MVL). Ricky Balero added 16 points, eight rebounds, four assists and four steals.

GILCHRIST (56) — Tr. Koch 18, Ta. Koch 9, Shuey 14, Lowell 2, Boone 2, Link 11, McGregor 0. Totals: 20 10-14 56.

BUTTE FALLS (66) — Bateman 21, Balero 16, Givens 9, Marley 2, Ramirez 6, Adams 9, McGonagle 3, Cool-Hunsaker 0. Totals: 25 13-16 66.

Gilchrist 8 11 15 22 — 56

Butte Falls 19 15 20 12 — 66

3-point goals — Gilchrist 6 (Tr. Koch 5, Link 1), Butte Falls 3 (Bateman 2, Balero 1). Fouled out — Shuey, Adams.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 70, NORTH LAKE 44 — Rogue Valley Adventist emphasized defense and it paid off as the host Red Tail Hawks held North Lake to two first-quarter points in the MVL game.

Caleb Allen had 26 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists for RVA (16-3, 7-1 MVL), and Jesse Gilley added 21 points, 14 rebounds and three blocks. Isaac De La Vega had nine points and three assists for RVA, which played its best defense since league play began.

NORTH LAKE (44) — Chamberlain 8, D. Libolt 2, B. Libolt 4, Sutter 0, McCord 24, Hand 6, Henkel 0. Totals: 19-67 4-9 44.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST (70) — Petray 0, Neufeld 4, N. Wood 2, Z. Wood 0, James 3, Alvarez 5, De La Vega 9, Gilley 21, Allen 26, Pirelli 0, O'Reilly 0. Totals: 29-66 11-20 70.

North Lake 2 16 15 11 — 44

Rogue Valley Adventist 14 25 19 12 — 70

3-point goals — North Lake 2 (McCord 2), Rogue Valley Adventist 1 (Allen 1).

HOSANNA CHRISTIAN 71, PROSPECT 28 — At Klamath Falls, Scott Kennedy led Prospect (3-14, 0-8 MVL) with 11 points, but Hosanna Christian overwhelmed the Cougars.

PROSPECT (28) — Raines 2, Bliss 0, May 4, Yarbrough 1, Ellers 1, Reynolds 2, Rowe 5, Baker 0, Kennedy 11, Jermain 2, Cryts 0. Totals: 11 6-10 28.

HOSANNA CHRISTIAN (71) — Cole 4, Hetrick 2, Crenshaw 2, Shaw 21, Justman 18, Lockwood 3, Murray 6, Janecke 9, Henry 0, Kinsler 2, Jefferson 2, Martin 2, Staunton 0. Totals: 26 12-18 71.

Prospect 4 7 10 7 — 28

Hosanna Christian 13 17 20 21 — 71

3-point goals — Hosanna Christian 7 (Shaw 3, Murray 2, Lockwood 1, Janecke 1).