EAGLE POINT — Crater’s Tanner Ulrey earned a second-round pin at 120 pounds to kick off an eight-match win streak for the Comets, who went on to beat Eagle Point 63-10 in the final regular-season dual for both teams Thursday at Eagle Point High School.

Ulrey pinned Trigger Weyers in 3 minutes, 41 seconds, to help Crater overcome an early 10-0 deficit in team scoring and ultimately gain some momentum heading into next week’s District 3 tournament.

In the closest match of the day, at 145, Crater’s Clayton Rock rode out Josh Sitzer for the entire third round to secure a 5-4 decision.

Eagle Point opened the dual with back-to-back victories by Freddy Barajas (106) and Thomas Zomerdyk (113). Barajas won by major decision (9-0) over Jacob Banry, and Zomerdyk pinned Colton Bryant in 27 seconds.

TEAM SCORES: Crater 63, Eagle Point 10.

106 — Freddy Barajas, EP, major dec. Jacob Banry, 9-0; 113 — Thomas Zomerdyk, EP, pinned Colton Bryant, :27; 120 — Tanner Ulrey, C, pinned Trigger Weyers, 3:41; 126 — Zeth Brower, C, pinned Luis Sanchez, :50; 132 — Hunter Hiatt, C, pinned Vicente Garcia, :40.

138 — Isaiah Griffith, C, pinned Kyle O’Neil, 2:30; 145 — Clayton Rock, C, dec. Josh Sitzer, 5-4; 152 — Dallas Howard, C, pinned Ali Barajas, 3:54; 160 — Logan Meek, C, pinned Brian DeLaCruz, 1:18.

170 — Logan Lowder, C, pinned Joray Redhorse, :47; 182 — double forfeit; 195 — Tony Flores, C, pinned Jacob Hukill, 4:55; 220 — Beau Crawford, C, pinned Lane Lambert, 1:22; 285 — Kaden Olson, C, pinned Dylan Davis, 1:51.

Boys Basketball

PHOENIX 50, HIDDEN VALLEY 43: At Phoenix, senior forward Javan Gail went 9-for-17 from the free throw line on his way to 17 points as Phoenix rode a strong second quarter to the Skyline victory.

Brennan Watts added 11 points and Ethan Hutsell seven for the Pirates (5-14, 2-4 Skyline), who outscored Hidden Valley 19-5 at the free throw line.

Garrett McGinnis scored 10 points and Ezra McLean nine for the Mustangs (6-14, 1-5), who suffered their fifth straight loss.

HIDDEN VALLEY (43): Wright 8, Blanton 6, McNair 2, McGinnis 10, Fisher 8, McLean 9, Vanleeuwen 0. Totals: 17 5-6 43.

PHOENIX (50): Martinez 2, Bre. Watts 11, Hutsell 7, Lozano Reyes 4, Bra. Wats 4, Gail 17, Botermans 4, Goff 0, Lopez 0, Stella 0. Totals: 14 19-30 50.

Hidden Valley;14;10;10;9;—;43

Phoenix;10;20;9;11;—;50

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 4 (McGinnis 2, McLean 2), Phoenix 2 (Bre. Watts 1, Bra. Watts 1). Fouled out — McGinnis.

JV result — Phoenix won.

Girls Basketball

HIDDEN VALLEY 70, PHOENIX 21: At Phoenix, freshman center Delani Parent led Phoenix with six points and five rebounds in a game Skyline-leading Hidden Valley dominated at Phoenix High.

The Mustangs (17-2, 6-0 Skyline), who have won eight straight, led by 12 after one quarter and by 22 at the half. They were paced by Kaylee Krusemark (19 points, eight steals) and Hannah Hayes (18, six rebounds).

The Pirates (3-16, 0-6) also got six points from Maggie Carrillo.

HIDDEN VALLEY (70): Jackson 1, Krusemark 19, Hurley 9, Lyon 3, Fisher 14, Hayes 18, Jessee 6, Ayres 0, Martford 0, Hart 0, Elmore 0, Brown 0. Totals: 25 15-22 70.

PHOENIX (21): Carrillo 6, DeVry 4, Christensen 2, Lopez 2, Bolstad 1, Parent 6, Villasenor 0, Kentner 0, Perez-Hernandez 0, Badillo 0. Totals: 7 7-11 70.

Hidden Valley;17;16;22;15;—;70

Phoenix;4;5;7;5;—;21

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 5 (Krusemark 2, Hurley 1, Jessee 2).