EAGLE POINT — Winning is becoming contagious for the Eagle Point girls basketball team.

EAGLE POINT — Winning is becoming contagious for the Eagle Point girls basketball team.

After losing 10 straight games to open the season and the first 13 of 14, the Eagles have won two straight with a 41-34 victory over Hidden Valley Saturday.

Sydney May, a freshman forward, excelled for the short-handed Eagles with a game-high 21 points.

"May did a great job being able to score on one-on-one coverage," said Eagle Point first-year coach Paul Bell. "She was getting separation from their defenders and using her pull-up jumper."

May also had seven rebounds and multiple steals.

"She played a complete game," said Bell. "She was doing a lot of the little things."

Junior guard Kourtenay Hoefft added eight points and Casie Johnson scored six points and grabbed six rebounds for Eagle Point (3-13)

"We tried to limit them to one shot," said Bell. "We tried to pressure every shot and not give them a clean look."

Senior Jenna King was hot for the Mustangs (2-18). King scored 20 points, including four 3-pointers.

The Eagles were missing four players due to either illness or injury. Of the six players that played, four are freshmen.

"Being such a young team, confidence is huge," said Bell. "This is a program that has been down for so long. They're starting to believe in what we're doing and getting more comfortable."

HIDDEN VALLEY (34) — King 20, Goree 6, Hansen 4, Lambert 2, Waggoner 2, Murphy 0, Harmon 0. Totals: 13-21 3-11 34.

EAGLE POINT (41) — May 21, Hoefft 8, Johnson 6, Hall 4, Nielson 2, Pena 0. Totals: 16-30 9-16 41.

Hidden Valley 6 11 8 9 — 34

Eagle Point 10 9 9 13 — 41

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 4 (King 4).

ASHLAND 54, PHOENIX 33 — At Phoenix, senior post Sarah Kasiah led Ashland with 14 points and the Grizzlies capitalized on a cold shooting night by Phoenix.

The Pirates shot just 17 percent (10-for-59) from the field against the Grizzly zone defense.

Delanie Tally paced Phoenix (8-10) with nine points and sophomore Baylee Toney grabbed 15 rebounds and had three steals.

Ashland (10-8) won the battle of the boards, 53-33, and Allison Shulenberger pulled down 16.

ASHLAND (54) — Shulenberger 4, Sar. Kasiah 14, Sad. Kasiah 6, Minor 7, Williams 12, Pavlich 8, Zehren 3, Thornton 0. Totals: 21 10-17 54.

PHOENIX (33) — Ramirez 8, D. Tally 9, Marshall 3, Toney 6, Brown 5, Skaff 2, Hamilton 0, B. Tally 0. Totals: 10 11-20 33.

Ashland 14 13 11 16 — 54

Phoenix 5 10 10 8 — 33

3-point goals — Ashland 2 (Sar. Kasiah 1, Zehren 1), Phoenix 2 (Ramirez 1, D. Tally 1). Fouled out — Sar. Kasiah.

JV score — Phoenix 46, Ashland 39.

PAISLEY 30, BUTTE FALLS 26 — At Paisley, Sierra Kirkpatrick scored 10 points and Tamika Funk added eight points, nine rebounds and five steals in a losing effort for Butte Falls.

Allie Givens chipped in seven points and eight rebounds for the Loggers (5-13, 3-6 MVL).

Tess O'Leary paced Paisley with 14 points and Anna McKay sank two free throws late to seal the victory.

BUTTE FALLS (26) — Kirkpatrick 10, Dearmore 0, Funk 8, O'Keefe 0, Hobbs 0, Givens 7, Creech 1, Poirier 0, McGonagle 0. Totals: 7 9-19 26.

PAISLEY (30) — McKay 6, J. O'Leary 0, O'Sullivan 1, T. O'Leary 14, Arrington 3, Merchant 6, West 0. Totals: 7 16-25 30.

Butte Falls 5 4 9 8 — 26

Paisley 11 6 6 7 — 30

3-point goals — Butte Falls 1 (Kirkpatrick 1). Fouled out — Hobbs, T. O'Leary.

TRIAD 65, PROSPECT 37 — At Prospect, Gabe Ovgard and Thomas Holland combined for 28 points as Triad (15-4, 8-1 MVL) handed Prospect its 10th straight loss.

Austin Ehlers posted a double-double for Prospect (3-15, 0-9) with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Scott Kennedy led the Cougars with 12 points and had eight rebounds.

TRIAD (65) — Ovgard 15, Ward 2, Brain 5, Rutledge 6, Holland 13, Riblett 2, Ja. Briscoe 6, Je. Briscoe 6, Launius 6, McGrew 4. Totals: 30 3-6 65.

PROSPECT (37) — Bliss 0, May 0, Yarbough 2, Ehlers 10, Reynolds 2, Roe 3, Baker 2, Kennedy 12, Jermain 6, Cryts 0. Totals: 16 2-3 37.

Triad 20 18 12 15 — 65

Prospect 4 16 5 12 — 37

3-point goals — Triad 2 (Holland 1, Ovgard 1), Prospect 3 (Ehlers 2, Roe 1).

GILCHRIST 59, RV ADVENTIST 24 — Ashley James scored 27 points and Brenna Gravitt added 17 as Gilchrist kept Rogue Valley Adventist winless in the MVL with the road win.

The Red Tail Hawks (2-16, 0-9 MVL) trailed 31-14 at halftime and were saddled with foul troubles throughout the game.

Freshman post Kaelyn Scott led RVA with seven points and Kendra Haugen had five.