Megan Fossen posted career highs with 32 points and 18 rebounds, leading the North Medford girls basketball team to a 74-45 nonleague victory over visiting Lake Oswego on Saturday.

Fossen, a 5-foot-9 senior post, scored 17 in the third quarter to fuel the offensive explosion in the home debut for the Black Tornado (2-0), which piled up 49 points combined in the second and third periods.

“She took over the game in the third quarter, for sure,” North coach Tim Karrick said.

Fossen and fellow senior post Adriane McLemore, a 6-footer, controlled the paint against the Lakers (0-2), combining for 32 rebounds. McLemore finished with eight points and 14 rebounds.

Two other North players also posted career highs: junior wing Anna Baker had 22 points and junior wing Talia Baker dished eight assists to go along with eight points.

“We executed well offensively all game,” Karrick said. “We had a lot of good looks in the first quarter but we didn’t shoot well. And then we finally started clicking.”

Janie Ruttert, a freshman, had 12 points to lead the Lakers.

LAKE OSWEGO (45): Jeanson 5, Sasaduez 2, Gilbert 9, Drango 0, Dawkins 3, Douglass 2, Woolard 6, Ruttert 12, Johnson 4. Totals: 18 5-9 45.

NORTH MEDFORD (74): Ersepke 2, T. Baker 8, Seney 0, Christiansen 0, A. Baker 22, McLemore 8, Thurman 0, Graff 2, Fossen 32. Totals: 28 15-22 74.

Lake Oswego;8;10;16;11;—; 45

North Medford;14;22;27;11;—;74

3-point goals — Lake Oswego 3 (Gilbert 1, Ruttert 1, Woolard 2); North 3 (A. Baker 1, Fossen 2).

JV score — North Medford 51, Lake Oswego 29.

JESUIT 37, GRANTS PASS 35 (OT): At Portland, Grants Pass missed a 3-pointer at the end of overtime, falling short in a nonleague game against host Jesuit.

The Cavers (1-1) rallied with an 18-point second quarter to tie the score 21-21 at halftime.

Skyler Padgett had a chance to win the game at the end of regulation but missed a hard-driving layup that was well-contested.

Alyssa Etheridge, a senior forward, finished with a game-high 14 points for Grants Pass, while junior guard Grace Gaither added nine points.

GRANTS PASS (35): Etheridge 14, Padgett 4, Gaither 9, Ay. Klinger 4, Williams 0, Ah. Klinger 4, Bruner 0, Noga 0. Totals: 6 11-16 35.

JESUIT (37): Freeman 4, Harrington 0, Hookland 11, Comia 0, Corradini 3, Mori 2, Tuck 4, Hickey 6, Kirkland 0, Lowe 2, Turner 4. Totals: 8 2-8 37.

Grants Pass;3;18;3;9;2;—;35

Jesuit;15;6;5;6;4;—;37

3-point goals — Grants Pass 4 (Etheridge 1, Padgett 2, Klinger 1); Jesuit 6 (Hookland 3, Corradini 1, Hickey 2).

SOUTH UMPQUA 52, ST. MARY’S 30: At Sutherlin, St. Mary’s had a tough adjustment playing without its starting point guard, Ibixica Alvarez, falling into a massive first-quarter hole against South Umpqua at the Bill Spelgatti Memorial tournament.

With Alvarez, a two-year starter, sidelined with an injured ankle, the Lancers (2-1) applied heavy defensive pressure against the Crusaders (0-3), who trailed 23-0 at the end of the opening period. St. Mary’s missed several good shots early in the game and then lost its composure for a stretch, Crusaders coach Richard Vasey said.

Emma Bennion, Alvarez’s starting backcourt mate for the past two seasons, finished with a game-high 16 points for St. Mary’s.

Jadyn Vermillion, a freshman guard, scored 11 for South Umpqua.

SOUTH UMPQUA (52): Gibson 4, McClure 2, McCall 2, Linn 2, Brown 2, Vermillion 11, Gray 6, Pires 2, Kinney 5, Kelley 10, Rudy 8. Totals: 22 5-9 52.

ST. MARY’S (30): Bennion 16, Young 5, Dunn 2, McGill 2, Birmingham 5, Lippert 0, Sentosa 0, Alftine 0, Conner 0, Christman 0, Ward 0. Totals 12 3-6 52.

South Umpqua;23;8;14;7;—;52

St. Mary's;0;10;8;12;—;30

3-point goals — South Umpqua 2 (Rudy 1, Kelley 1); St. Mary’s 3 (Bennion 2, Birmingham 1).

GOLD BEACH 53, ROGUE RIVER 35: At Rogue River, junior guard Jesse Langfield had 12 points for Rogue River in the nonleague loss.

Guards Destiny Rangel, a junior, and Amanda Earnest, a sophomore, added eight points apiece for the Chieftains (1-1).

Paris Newdall had 15 points for the Panthers (1-0).

GOLD BEACH (53): Newdall 15, Allen 12, Seuser-Smith 10, Hagood 9, Ridens 7, Turner 0, Willis 0, Gaston 0, Risenhoover 0. Totals: 14 7-14 53.

ROGUE RIVER (35): Langfield 12, Rangel 8, Earnest 8, McWillie 3, McKown 2, Howard 2, Sizemore 0, Spaeth 0, Reader 0. Totals: 11 4-9 35.

Gold Beach;17;16;10;10;—;53

Rogue River;7;11;8;9;—;35

3-point goals — Gold Beach 6 (Allen 4, Briana 1, Hagood 1); Rogue River 3 (Ernest 2, McWillie 1).

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 37, RIO LINDO 27: At Paradise, California, Rogue Valley Adventist capped a three-game unbeaten run through the four-team, round-robin Paradise Tournament by knocking off Rio Lindo of Sacramento County, California.

Savanah Zamora, a junior guard, finished with 12 points, seven rebounds and three steals to lead the Red Tail Hawks (3-0).

Also for RVA, senior post Rose Tovar had seven points and nine rebounds and freshman forward Madeln Bennett chipped in seven points.