KLAMATH FALLS — North Medford had to overcome some serious foul problems in the first half of its season-opening game at Henley.

Rylee Karrick scored 20 points to lead four players in double figures and the Black Tornado rolled to a 60-34 nonconference girls basketball victory.

North had four starters with three fouls each in the opening half. Of Henley’s 19 points at the break, 15 came from the free-throw line.

North Medford’s aggressive defense forced Henley into 29 turnovers, with 19 coming in the first two periods.

The Black Tornado outscored the Hornets 21-8 in the third quarter to take a 52-27 lead into the final stanza.

“We refocused at halftime,” said Karrick. “We have an experienced team that adjusted. We played hard and kept them off the free throw line in the third quarter.”

North’s Ana Baker and Jane Ersepke added 13 points apiece and senior post Megan Fossen had 10 points and a team-best nine rebounds. Talia Baker pulled down eight boards for North.

NORTH MEDFORD (60): Ersepke 13, T. Baker 2, Karrick 20, Seney 0, Christiansen 0, A. Baker 13, McLemore 2, Thurman 0, Graff 0, Fossen 10. Totals: 22 9-17 60.

HENLEY (34): Fahner 0, Greif 5, Higgins 14, Gonzales 0, Taylor 3, Kaler 0, Smith 0, McLauchlin 2, Decker 0, Northcutt 10. Totals: 9 16-24 34.

North Medford;15;16;21;8;—;60

Henley;7;12;8;7;—;34

3 point goals — North Medford 7 (Karrick 6, Ersepke 1).

JV score — Henley 54, North Medford 44.

ROSEBURG 50, ASHLAND 34: At Ashland, Ashland could not recover from a slow start against a taller Roseburg team in the non-conference game at the Mountain Avenue Gym.

Ashland (0-1) got outscored 13-2 in the opening period.

Sophomore guard Nina Munson led the Grizzlies with 10 points and Maya Elder-Hammond, a senior guard, added six points, six rebounds and three steals.

ROSEBURG (50): Bartlett 3, Robles 10, Olsen 0, Lake 2, A. McCraw 3, Knudson 2, Goins 12, Wheeler 8, Bergmann 10. Totals: 19 8-18 50

ASHLAND (34): Altig 0, Voskes 9, Sollinger 0, Barnes 0, Gorringe 2, Rich 1, Munson 10, Elder Hammond 6, Summers 0, Rodriguez 4, Abel 2. Totals: 14 5-7 34

Roseburg;13;13;11;13;—;50

Ashland;2;14;11;7;—;34

3 point goals — Roseburg 4 (Robles 1, McCraw 1, Wheeler 2); Ashland 1 (Voskes 1).

JV score — Roseburg 69, Ashland 28

ROGUE RIVER 44, BUTTE FALLS/CRATER LAKE 29: At Rogue River, junior guard Jesse Langfield had 23 points, leading Rogue River to a nonleague victory over Butte Falls/Crater Lake in the season opener for both teams.

Laura Howard, a junior forward, added eight points and Maya McWillie, a senior guard, chipped in six points for the Chieftains (1-0), who led 21-5 at halftime.

T'Neal Myers, a senior guard, and Ellie Columbus, a sophomore post, scored six points apiece to pace the Loggers (0-1), who totalled more points in the fourth quarter (16) than they did in the first three quarters combined (13).

BUTTE FALLS/CRATER LAKE (29): Myers 6, Columbus 6, Arroyo 4, Dunham 4, Watanabe 4, Crowe 3, McNabb 2, Ensley 0, Palomares 0, Johnston 0.

ROGUE RIVER (44): Langfield 23, Howard 8, McWillie 6, Sizemore 3, Bless 2m Rangel 2, Nielsen 0, Earnest 0, Spaeth 0, McKown 0, Reader 0.

Butte Falls/Crater Lake;0;5;8;16;—;29

Rogue River;8;13;17;6;—;44

3-point goals — Butte Falls/Crater Lake 1 (Crowe 1); Rogue River 1 (Langfield 1).

Boys

ROSEBURG 61, ASHLAND 58: At Roseburg, Ashland turned the ball over on an inbounds pass down a point with eight seconds left and its halfcourt buzzer-beater missed off the backboard in the nonleague loss.

Junior guard KJ Pippa scored 19 points and senior guard Anthony Swanson 17 for the Grizzlies, who took a six-point lead in the first quarter before rallying from a seven-point deficit in the third.

Collin Warmouth led Roseburg with 23 points.

ASHLAND (58) — Pippa 19, Swanson 17, Ekwall 3, A. Jones 8, Shibley 1, Saulsbury 8, C. Jones 2, Desmond 0, Walner-Sentle 0. Totals: 23 5-8 58.

ROSEBURG (61) — Crince 6, Johnson 7, Lucido 4, Seely 2, Warmouth 23, Medak 2, Stone 6, Ellis 11. Totals: 26 6-9 61.

Ashland;21;11;14;12—58

Roseburg;17;16;14;14—61

3-point goals — Ashland 7 (Pippa 2, A. Jones 2, Saulsbury 2, Swanson 1), Roseburg 3 (Johnson 1, Warmouth 1, Ellis 1).

ST. MARY’S 59, GLIDE 53: At Sutherlin, St. Mary’s rallied from five points down entering the fourth quarter to pick up the victory in the opening round of the Sutherlin Tournament.

St. Mary’s made 9-of-13 free throws in the final period to help spark the comeback.

Senior wing Gabe Mayer paced the Crusaders (1-0) with 13 points and six steals. Tre Foster, a sophomore post, contributed 10 points and seven rebounds.

Weston Grant’s eight points off the bench was a boost for St. Mary’s, which plays Salem Academy next in the tournament on Friday at 6:15 p.m.

ST. MARY’S (59): Mayer 13, Miles 0, Sternenberg 3, Grant 8, Rajagopal 7, Silsbee 11, Snyder 0, Bowling 5, Reynolds 2, Foster 10. Totals: 21 12-19 59.

GLIDE (53): Roark 4, Alexander 4, Farrar 15, Castnganano 0, Strader 6, Cunningham 1, Estrada 0, Towne 23. Totals: 24 5-10 53.

St. Mary’s;11;12;14;22;—;59

Glide;12;16;14;11;—;53

3 point goals — St. Mary’s 5 (Mayer 2, Grant 2, Silsbee 1). Fouled out — Cunningham.

NEW HOPE CHRISTIAN 58, PROSPECT 19: At Prospect, New Hope Christian built a 39-9 halftime lead in the nonconference game.

New Hope senior guard Matthew Aslakson scored 20 points to lead all scorers.

For Prospect (0-1), Brendan Raines had five points and five steals and Shane Lawler chipped in five points and five rebounds.