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Meredith's hot shooting carries Pirates past Henley

KLAMATH FALLS — A near-perfect shooting day for Kelly Meredith proved too much for the Henley girls basketball team.

The Hornets traded offensive blows with Phoenix for the majority of the game but it was Meredith's 7-of-8 effort from the field that inched the Pirates past Henley, 60-57, on Tuesday.

It was a strange game, said Phoenix coach Kyle Walker. Kelly was almost perfect from the field for us and that was big.

We had our chances to put the game away a little bit but the shots didn't fall.

Phoenix watched their lead drop to two points late in the fourth quarter but a solid free-throw shooting night helped seal the win.

Meredith finished with 14 points and nine rebounds. Chelsi Clark added 13 points as the Pirates improved to 5-4 overall and 2-0 in conference play.

— PHOENIX (60)- Meredith 14, Clark 13, Prisbrey 10, Ross 9, Gonzalez 8, Jackson 5, Cavener 1, Reed 0. Totals: 21 16-23 60.

— HENLEY (57)

? Schwartz 16, Mills 10, McClung 8, Pence 8, S. Maupin 4, Stock 4, A. Maupin 4, Young 2, Supsin 1. Totals: 25 7-9 57.

— Phoenix...................................................11 19 13 17 — 60 Henley.....................................................14 17 10 16 — 57

3-point goals — Phoenix 2 (Clark 1, Prisbrey 1). Fouled out — Young.

JV result — Henley won.

HIDDEN VALLEY 52, ROGUE RIVER 36 -At Murphy, Jennifer Beard scored 23 points to lead Hidden Valley to a Skyline Conference win.

Shea Ford added 12 points for the Mustangs (4-7, 1-1), while Bobbi Wright led Rogue River with 15.

— ROGUE RIVER (36)- Wright 15, Lucas 6, Gilkison 4, Troutt 1, McGinnis 5, Glasscock 5, Pons 0, Ford 0, Schefstrom 0. Totals: 15 6-21 36.

— HIDDEN VALLEY (52)

— — Beard 23, Ford 12, Brown 5, Gannon 6, Anderson 2, Gill 2, A. Tate 2, Thompson 0. Totals: 22 8-20 52.

— Rogue River...............................................6 10 12 8 — 36 Hidden Valley..........................................14 18 5 15 — 52

3-point goals — none. Fouled out — Thompson.

JV score — Hidden Valley 28, Rogue River 21.

— NORTH VALLEY 42, ILLINOIS VALLEY 15 -At Merlin, North Valley freshman center Elaina Renius, starting only her second game, contributed 12 points, seven rebounds, seven blocks and five steals.

Renius got six of her points in the second quarter when the Knights (4-7, 1-1 Skyline) took command by outscoring Illinois Valley 16-3 and went into halftime with a 23-7 lead.

North Valley senior point guard Andee Trader added six assists, five rebounds and five steals while only committing one turnover.

— ILLINOIS VALLEY (15)

? Staples 5, Walker 0, Pierce 3, Ledford 0, Nadow 2, Dougherty 2, Fink 1, Russell 2, Harvey 0. Totals: 6 2-4 15.

— NORTH VALLEY (42)

— — Renius, Elaina 12, Trader 2, Roberts 8, Herrick 1, McNeil 0, Bruton 0, Makepeace 8, Silva 7, Ford-Harris 4. Totals: 17 8-10 42.

— Illinois Valley .........................................4 — 4 4 — 15 North Valley .......................................... 7 16 10 9 — 42

3-point goals — Illinois Valley — (Pierce 1). Technical foul — Nadow.

JV score — North Valley 43, Illinois Valley 21.

LAKEVIEW 49, MAZAMA 39 -At Klamath Falls, Lakeview broke away from a 35-35 tie after three periods to beat Mazama in the Skyline Conference contest.

— LAKEVIEW (49) -Winters 6, Ruda 19, Mason 0, Stewart 0, Hartman 10, M. Albertson 8, Goslin 0, Flynn 6, Morris 0. Totals: 15-37 19-30 49.

— MAZAMA (39) -Britton 7, Cottrell 0, Bishop 7, English 2, Lawrence 7, Burk 4, Young 3, Kahl 7, Blank 2. Totals: 15-63 11-18 39.

Lakeview ........................................ — 3 9 13 14 — 49

Mazama ............................................ 12 9 14 4 — — 39

Fouled out — Flynn, Britton.

RIDDLE 53, ST. MARY'S 48 ?

At Riddle, Kayla McCurry scored a game-high 21 points and Danille Gibbons contributed 17, including eight in the decisivce fourth period, as Riddle overhauled St. Mary's in the non-conference game.

St. Mary's led 24-16 at halftime and 39-34 after three periods, but the host Irish stormed back for the win.

Sophomore post Sasha Drosdick had 12 points for the Crusaders.

— ST. MARY'S (48) -Drosdick 12, Vaninetti 2, Smith 3, Barnard 0, Greene 1, Brophy 23, Maurer 7, Tomlinson 0, Zielony 0. Totals: 15 16-22 48.

— RIDDLE (53) -McCurry 21, Gillespie 4, Gibbons 17, Swett 2, Harris 4, Hartzell 3, Anderson 2, Rece 0, Willbanks 0. Totals: 24 4-16 53.

St. Mary's ............................................ 14 10 15 9 ?48 Riddle .................................................... 8 8 18 19 ?53

3-point goals — St. Mary's 2 (Brophy 2), Riddle — (Hartzell). Fouled out — Swett, McCurry.

PROSPECT 49, BUTTE FALLS 45 -At Prospect, Sarah Gordon and Addie Stockebrand combined for 41 points and rallied Prospect in the final 1:20 of the game by scoring eight of the Cougars? final nine points.

Prospect (9-2, 2-0 Sky A) led 31-21 at halftime, but the Loggers came back to take a 41-40 lead with 1:20 remaining in the fourth quarter. Stockebrand canned two field goals to put Prospect ahead 44-41, but Krystle Rowley bagged a 3-pointer to tie the game.

Gordon sealed the victory with three free throws in the final 30 seconds.

Lindsey Stockton led Butte Falls (7-3, 2-1 Sky A) with 12 points, while Elizabeth McLauchlan and Rowley each had 10.

— BUTTE FALLS (45)- McClanahan 2, Hamilton 5, Mathews 4, Stockton 12, Smeltz 2, Rowley 10, McLauchlan 10, Dunlap 0, Million 0. Totals: 14 18-24 45.

— PROSPECT (49)- Gordon 21, Stockebrand 20, Tallman 2, Acrey 5, Govenor 1, Wood 0, Krabchenko 0, Scriven 0, Lewis 0. Totals: 18 9-20 49.

— Butte Falls .......................................8 13 14 10 — 45 Prospect.......................................... 15 16 10 8 — 49

3-point goals — Butte Falls — (Rowley 1), Prospect 2 (Gordon 1, Acrey 1). Fouled out — Wood, Lewis, Acrey.