Kelly Ferris was unstoppable against North Medford in Southern Oregon Hybrid girls basketball Friday.

Kelly Ferris was unstoppable against North Medford in Southern Oregon Hybrid girls basketball Friday.

The Crater senior post poured in 28 points as the Comets defeated the Black Tornado 66-57 at the North Medford gym.

"(Ferris) was dominant," North Medford coach Kailey Bostwick said. "They did a great job getting her the ball and she knows how to use her body. We just couldn't stop her tonight."

The Comets (11-6, 4-3 SOH) also received 11 points from junior guard Brittaney Scott, who buried three 3-pointers.

For North Medford (8-9, 1-5), junior post McKensey Peters was productive with 22 points and seven rebounds.

"(Peters) is really athletic," said Bostwick. "We try to get her the ball as much as possible."

The Black Tornado suffered a bad break when Mikayla Murphy went down with an ankle injury in the third quarter and did not return. Murphy, a junior post, had 11 points and six rebounds. Her status is questionable for North's game at Grants Pass on Tuesday.

Sophomore Kendall Erb was moved into the Black Tornado starting lineup and responded with eight points.

"(Erb) gave us a lot of energy and got some steals late," said Bostwick.

CRATER (66) — Bascom 5, Owen 6, Heard 2, Hampson 0, Cobb 6, Scott 15, Guthrie 0, Setzer 2, Young 2, Ferris 28, Gavin 0. Totals: 22 19-30 66.

NORTH MEDFORD (57) — Ellis 8, Straub 0, Thomas 3, Erb 8, Peters 22, Allen 1, Murphy 11, Randleman 4, Martin 0. Totals: 20 12-23 57.

Crater 18 13 12 23 — 66

North Medford 11 11 13 22 — 57

3-point goals — Crater 4 (Bascom 1, Scott 3), North Medford 5 (Ellis 1, Peters 1, Murphy 3). Fouled out — Ellis.

JV result — Crater won.

MAZAMA 57, PHOENIX 33 — At Phoenix, ninth-ranked Mazama outscored Phoenix 21-5 in the first quarter of the Skyline Conference game.

The Pirates (8-9, 2-4 Sky) were led by freshman Bailee Tally, who had eight points, four rebounds and two steals.

Mazama (15-4, 4-2) led 33-9 at halftime.

MAZAMA — Reynolds 9, Totten 10, Farris 3, Morris 12, Valenta 8, Hand 2, Truett 0, Oosterman 2, Smith 11, Faust 0. Totals: 24 8-14 57.

PHOENIX — Ramirez 4, D. Tally 2, Hamilton 2, Marshall 6, McAlister 1, B. Tally 8, Brown 5, Skaff 5. Totals: 12 8-14 33.

Mazama 21 12 15 9 — 57

Phoenix 5 4 10 14 — 33

3-point goals — Mazama 1 (Reynolds 1), Phoenix 1 (Ramirez 1). Fouled out — McAlister.

JV score — Phoenix 44, Mazama 38.

NORTH VALLEY 22, HIDDEN VALLEY 13 — At Merlin, Kenzie Schmoll flirted with a triple-double, navigating North Valley to its first Skyline triumph.

Schmoll had 11 points, eight rebounds and eight steals for the Knights (5-14, 1-5 Sky).

The score was 9-5 at halftime.

HIDDEN VALLEY (13) — Hansen 6, King 3, Lambert 2, Goree 2, Taylor 0, Waggoner 0, Murphy 0, Harmon 0. Totals: 5 2-6 13.

NORTH VALLEY (22) — Schmoll 11, McElheran 4, D'Arpino 3, Werner 2, Mohr 2, Gronholm 0, Sanders 0, Scott 0. Totals: 7 8-18 22.

Hidden Valley 0 5 6 2 — 13

North Valley 6 3 6 7 — 22

3-point goal — Hidden Valley 1 (King 1). Fouled out — Murphy.

JV score — North Valley 26, Hidden Valley 19.

ST. MARY'S 62, ROGUE RIVER 27 — Rose Alvarez scored 20 points and Lillian Martin added nine points and steady defense as host St. Mary's avenged an earlier SCH loss to Rogue River.

Emily Alvarez had 10 points, Alex DeBoer added nine points and Martin defended Chieftains' standout Alli Ehrhardt, who finished with 17 points and had 14 of her team's 15 first-half points.

St. Mary's (14-5, 3-2 SCH) used a 15-0 first quarter to separate from Rogue River (14-6, 3-2), which committed 27 turnovers.

ROGUE RIVER (27) — Ehrhardt 17, Moore 0, Lee 0, Coulter 2, Roldan 3, Angeletti 2, Pamplona 0, Smith 0, Taylor 3, Lamar 0. Totals: 7 12-17 27.

ST. MARY'S (62) — DeBoer 9, E. Alvarez 10, Console 6, R. Alvarez 20, Harrie 0, Martin 9, Juncal 3, Vasey 1, Wyland 2, Rothfus 2. Totals: 19 19-33 62.

Rogue River 0 15 6 6 — 27

St. Mary's 15 15 20 12 — 62

3-point goals — Rogue River 1 (Ehrhardt 1), St. Mary's 5 (E. Alvarez 2, R. Alvarez 1, Martin 2). Fouled out — Angeletti.

JV score — St. Mary's 56, Rogue River 27.

LOST RIVER 47, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 42 — Alexis Turner made 9 of 11 free throws in the fourth quarter en route to 18 points as Lost River knocked off host and ninth-ranked Cascade Christian.

The game was tied 26-26 entering the fourth period.

Cascade Christian (13-8) got 14 points and five rebounds from Katie Aguilar and 10 points and five rebounds from Sydney Hunt.

LOST RIVER (47) — Parks 3, Turner 18, Swartout 16, K. Sites 8, Mantanona 2, J. Sites 0, Paschke 0. Totals: 14 16-21 47.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (42) — Aguilar 14, Cochran 6, Martinez 7, Hunt 10, Zimmerer 1, Jessee 3, Higday 1, Kinney 0, M. Britton 0. Totals: 16 8-14 42.

Lost River 6 9 11 21 — 47

Cascade Christian 10 12 4 16 — 42

3-point goals — Lost River 3 (Turner 3), Cascade Christian 2 (Martinez 2). Fouled — Cochran.

JV result — Lost River won.

LAKEVIEW 55, ILLINOIS VALLEY 26 — At Lakeview, Illinois Valley had difficulty handling Lakeview's press and the Honkers connected on seven 3-pointers.

Senior guard Jesenia Bryant paced the Honkers (5-14, 2-3 SCH) with three treys and led all scorers with 13 points.

Kristen Vidales, a senior forward, had eight points for Illinois Valley (2-15, 0-5).

ILLINOIS VALLEY (26) — Vidales 8, Barker-Cartrecht 2, Brooks 3, LaFlamme 2, Augustadt 2, Dixon 3, Crow 4, Burns 2, Frederick 0, Wellen 0. Totals: 10 5-11 26.

LAKEVIEW (55) — Bryant 13, Murphy 9, Frederick 9, Hall 4, Powell 7, Nicholl 6, Arcularius 3, Reese 2, Sims 2, Staub 0. Totals: 18 12-18 55.

Illinois Valley 5 7 9 5 — 26

Lakeview 13 8 17 17 — 55

3-point goals — Illinois Valley 1 (Dixon 1), Lakeview 7 (Bryant 3, Murphy 1, Frederick 1, Powell 1, Arcularius 1).

JV score — Lakeview 48, Illinois Valley 27.

BUTTE FALLS 41, GILCHRIST 38 — At Butte Falls, Nikki McGonagle and Sierra Kirkpatrick made free throws down the stretch to seal the MVL contest, which was close throughout.

Tamika Funk had 16 points, 10 steals and five rebounds to lead Butte Falls (5-12, 3-5 MVL), and Kirkpatrick scored 10. Brandi O'Keefe had nine points and five boards, and McGonagle nine rebounds.

GILCHRIST (38) — Bean 4, James 21, Gravitt 13, Harris 0, Heater 0, C. James 0, Longbotham 0, McGregor 0. Totals: 9 20-41 38.

BUTTE FALLS (41) — Kirkpatrick 10, Dearmore 0, Funk 16, Hansen 0, Ramirez 4, O'Keefe 9, Hobbs 0, Givens 0, Creech 0, Beams 0, McGonagle 2. Totals: 16 9-21 41.

Gilchrist 4 13 5 16 — 38

Butte Falls 6 9 13 13 — 41

Fouled out — Funk, Givens, Creech.

HOSANNA CHRISTIAN 70, PROSPECT 23 — At Klamath Falls, Hannah Bailey led Prospect (5-11, 2-6 MVL) with nine points.

Carly Bigby scored 22 for Hosanna Christian (16-3, 8-0 MVL).

PROSPECT (23) — Bailey 9, Lass 5, Sizemore 3, J. VanWormer 3, Reynolds 2, M. Hedgpeth 1, H. Hedgpeth 0, H. VanWormer 0. Totals: 9 3-7 23.

HOSANNA CHRISTIAN (70) — Bigby 22, P. Moro 10, Sundet 9, Castle 9, Hampton 6, Powless 6, Quinowski 4, Thompson 4, B. Moro 0, McLaughlin 0, Jones 0. Totals: 26 10-13 70.

Prospect 4 2 13 4 — 23

Hosanna Christian 26 21 10 13 — 70

3-point goals — Prospect 2 (Lass 1, J. VanWormer 1), Hosanna Christian 8 (Bigby 4, Powless 2, Sundet 1, Castle 1).