Ula Chamberlin opened the South Medford girls basketball team’s season with a splash in the Panthers’ home-opener Friday.

Chamberlin’s full offensive arsenal was on display as she racked up 38 points, leading the Panthers to a 70-47 nonleague victory over visiting Lake Oswego.

“Ula’s performance was unbelievable,” said coach Tom Cole, whose senior-less Panthers will rely on Chamberlin, a junior, as the lone upperclassmen, complementing one sophomore and seven freshmen.

“There’s going to be some growing to do and a learning curve but I think tonight was a good start,” Cole said.

Chamberlin shot 13 of 16 (81 percent) from the field. She was also 7-for-8 from the free throw line and knocked down 5 of 7 from 3-point range.

The Panthers (1-0) seized control early, gaining a 26-5 advantage by the end of the first quarter.

Sophomore Bella Pedrojetti dropped in 13 points and connected on three from downtown for the Panthers, who received eight points, six rebounds and a pair of blocks from freshman Shakia Perry.

The Lakers were led by Janie Ruttert’s 13 points, with Megan Woolard and Katy Gilbert pitching in 10 points apiece.

LAKE OSWEGO (47): Jeanson 6, Gilbert 10, Dawkins 2, Douglass 6, Woolard 10, Ruttert 13, Johnson 0, Sutherland 0. Totals: 15 11-17 47.

SOUTH MEDFORD (70): K. Chamberlin 2, Coleman 5, U. Chamberlin 38, Schmerbach 0, Pedrojetti 13, Fish 0, Dahlin 0, Perry 8, Laupola 4. Totals: 26 10-14 70.

Lake Oswego;5;19;14;9;—;47

South Medford;26;17;11;16;—;70

3-point goals — Lake Oswego 6 (Jeanson 2, Gilbert 2, Woolard 2), South Medford 8 (U. Chamberlin 5, Pedrojetti 3). Technical foul — Lake Oswego coach.

JV — South Medford won.

GRANTS PASS 54, WILSON 39: At Grants Pass, Skylar Padget dropped in 15 points for Grants Pass in its season-debut win over Wilson.

Grace Gaither scored eight of her 11 points in the first quarter, in which the Cavers took control, while Alyssa Etheridge chipped in 10 points.

WILSON (39): Stone 2, Klas 16, McCleave 10, Paulsen 2, Scriven 9, Balthazaar 0, Leland 0, Renne 0, More 0, Wiens 0, Anyang 0, Vranka Wafula 0. Totals: 14 4-8 39.

GRANTS PASS (54): Etheridge 10, Padgett 15, Gaither 11, Ay. Klingler 4, Ah. Klingler 8, Bruner 6, Noga 0, Yount 0, Lingo 0, Williams 0. Totals: 20 10-15 54.

Wilson;8;13;10;8;—;39

Grants Pass;17;11;12;14;—;54

3-point goals — Wilson 7 (Klas 4, Scriven 3), Grants Pass 4 (Gaither 3, Padgett 1). Fouled out — McCleave.

JV score — Grants Pass 34, Wilson 27

GLIDE 38, ST. MARY’S 28: At Sutherlin, St. Mary’s lost its starting point guard, junior Ibixica Alvarez, to an ankle injury about 30 seconds into the contest, and Glide pulled away in the second half of a tournament game in the Bill Spelgatti Memorial.

Adrien Birmingham, a senior guard, finished with a game-high 19 points to lead the Crusaders (0-2), who saw four of their players foul out in the game.

Whitney Stone, a senior wing, scored 17 to pace the Wildcats (1-1).

St. Mary’s concludes play in the tournament today at 2:30 p.m. against South Umpqua.

ST. MARY’S (28): Bennion 2, Alftine 2, Conner 1, McGill 4, Birmingham 19.

GLIDE (38): Stone 17, Pope 4, Livington 2, Michel 10, Williams 5.

St. Mary’s;8;7;2;11;—;28

Glide;8;7;6;17;—;38

3-point goals: St. Mary’s 3 (Birmingham 3); Glide 1 (Stone 1).

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 57, PARADISE 19: At Paradise, Calif., junior guard Savanah Zamora had a solid all-around performance with 18 points, eight rebounds and two steals, leading Rogue Valley Adventist to a victory over host Paradise in the Paradise Tournament.

Zoe Belovitch, a sophomore post, had 10 points and seven rebounds and Anelise DeLaVega, a senior forward, added 10 points for the Red Tail Hawks (2-0), who wrap up play in the tournament tonight.