EAGLE POINT — Eagle Point's Jonathan Bolston went for 25 points to lead three Eagles in double figures in a 77-37 nonconference boys basketball rout of Hidden Valley Saturday, but the victory was costly.

EAGLE POINT — Eagle Point's Jonathan Bolston went for 25 points to lead three Eagles in double figures in a 77-37 nonconference boys basketball rout of Hidden Valley Saturday, but the victory was costly.

The Eagles (11-7), ranked eighth in Class 5A, suffered a big loss in the first quarter when 6-foot-8 senior Zack Reed was upended by a player from Hidden Valley (5-15) while going in for a dunk. Reed tried to catch himself on the rim but wound up flipping over and crashing to the floor.

Eagle Point head coach Bryan Wood said Reed, who entered the game averaging 16 points and eight rebounds, suffered a broken right hand and a concussion, and his status for the rest of the season is in question.

Hunter DeLange added 16 points and Garrett Snow had 15 to help make up for Reed's absence, as well as that of senior Tyrone Holmes, who was on an official football visit to the University of Montana.

Loren Craig, a 6-4 senior, scored 10 points to lead the Mustangs, and B.J. Hults added eight.

HIDDEN VALLEY (37) — Hults 8, Bowen 3, Rojas 6, Swillenger 3, Richardson 2, Craig 10, Ky. Garrison 4. Totals: 12 10-16 37.

EAGLE POINT (77) — Bolston 25, Quintero 7, Hartman 2, Chavez 6, DeLange 16, Zerger 4, Snow 15, Reed 2. Totals: 24 23-25 77.

Hidden Valley 7 7 6 17 — 37

Eagle Point 17 25 21 14 — 77

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 3 (Hults 2, Swillenger 1), Eagle Point 6 (Bolston 2, Quintero 1, Snow 3). Fouled out — Rojas.

JV score — Eagle Point 61, Hidden Valley 24.

PHOENIX 64, ASHLAND 51 — At Ashland, Phoenix's Alex Young scored 31 points to go with eight rebounds and six assists and did a good defensive job on Ashland's high-scoring Billy Hansen, who was limited to 10 points.

Tyler Dungannon added 15 points and eight rebounds for the Class 4A third-ranked Pirates (16-3).

Junior guard James Skinner scored 12 points to lead four Ashland players in double figures.

Ashland trailed just 49-47 going into the final quarter.

The Grizzlies (9-9) outrebounded Phoenix 17-7 in the first half but the Pirates finished the game with a 28-26 edge on the boards.

PHOENIX (64) — Young 31, Dungannon 15, Brown 6, Morris 5, Campoy 3, Richardson 2, J. Keith 2, T. Keith 0, Hamilton 0, Mayers 0. Totals: 22 17-29 64.

ASHLAND (51) — Skinner 12, Finch 10, Schlecht 11, Hansen 10, Pelagio 8, Good 0, Carroll 0. Totals: 19 9-9 51.

Phoenix 20 13 16 15 — 64

Ashland 17 11 19 4 — 51

3-point goals — Phoenix 3 (Young 1, Campoy 1, Morris 1), Ashland 4 (Hansen 2, Schlecht 1, Skinner 1). Fouled out — Schlecht.

JV result — Phoenix won.

HORIZON CHRISTIAN 66, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 47 — At Cottage Grove, Michael Loomis, a 6-foot-6 standout who returned to action Friday, and 6-5 Wyatt Houston, who returned last week after post-football season shoulder surgery, combined for 40 points and helped spark a 21-9 surge in the second quarter that put No. 8 Horizon Christian ahead for good.

Loomis had 21 points and nine rebounds and Houston drained three 3-pointers and finished with 19 points for the Tualatin-based Hawks (12-7), who also got 16 points from Cameron Egger and 10 from Calvin Anderson.

Eric Morse, a 6-4 senior, scored 17 points and 6-6 sophomore David Sellers had 16 points and five rebounds to lead the Challengers (14-5), who led 15-13 early in the second quarter before Horizon Christian used a 10-0 run to take control.

Cascade Christian, which had won nine straight, made only 19 of 53 shots, while Horizon Christian was 26-for-47 from the field and outrebounded the Challengers 33-25.

HORIZON CHRISTIAN (66) — Pihas 0, Nelson 0, Egger 16, Belan 0, Selland 0, Anderson 10, Loomis 21, Marleau 0, Houston 19, Hall 0. Totals: 26 9-10 66.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (47) — Siliga 3, Sha 1, Morse 17, Cheney 2, Joffer 2, Miller 6, Sellers 16, Thompson 0, Cesaro 0. Totals: 19 7-13 47.

Horizon Christian 12 21 17 16 — 66

Cascade Christian 12 9 14 12 — 47

3-point goals — Horizon Christian 5 (Egger 2, Houston 3), Cascade Christian 2 (Siliga 1, Morse 1).

PAISLEY 63, BUTTE FALLS 32 — At Paisley, after trailing by one point at the end of the first quarter Butte Falls could never recover after getting outscored 30-7 in the second period.

Jack O'Leary sparked the Broncos' second-quarter explosion with 13 of his game-high 21 points.

James Ramirez led the Loggers (5-13, 3-6 MVL) with 12 points, while Evan Givens hauled in seven rebounds and Ricardo Balero came away with four steals.

BUTTE FALLS (32) — Ramirez 12, Givens 8, Balero 8, Bateman 3, McGonagle 1, Marley 0, Hunsaker 0, Adams 0. Totals: 14 1-6 32.

PAISLEY (63) — O'Leary 21, Fiorvante 2, Arrington 4, L. McKay 11, M. McKay 10, Basurto 2, Walton 2, O'Connor 11, Jones 0, Changtong 0. Totals: 26 4-7 63.

Butte Falls 7 7 11 7 — 32

Paisley 8 30 15 10 — 63

3-point goals — Butte Falls 3 (Bateman 1, Ramirez 2), Paisley 7 (O'Leary 5, M. McKay 2).

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 64, GILCHRIST 25 — At Gilchrist, Caleb Allen had 23 points, eight rebounds and six steals for Rogue Valley Adventist in the MVL contest.

The Red Tail Hawks (17-3, 8-1 MVL) limited Gilchrist to single digits in the first half and led 33-7 at the break.

Isaac De La Vega added 12 points, seven rebounds and five assists for RVA, and Micah Neufeld scored 10.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST (64) — Petray 0, Neufeld 10, N. Wood 0, James 6, Alvarez 3, De La Vega 12, Gilley 6, Allen 23, Pirelli 0, O'Reilly 0, Z. Wood 4. Totals: 25-55 14-15 64.

GILCHRIST (25) — McGregor 3, Tr. Koch 6, Wible 2, Ta. Koch 2, Getchell 0, Shuey 4, Lowell 0, Boon 4, Link 4. Totals: 8-43 8-19 25.

Rogue Valley Adventist 17 16 13 18 — 64

Gilchrist 3 4 8 10 — 25

3-point goals — Gilchrist 1 (Tr. Koch 1).