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Hidden Valley knocks off Phoenix

MURPHY — Hidden Valley coach Bill Jiron had reason to be worried when starting Mustangs point guard Colin Carr was in bed with the flu on Friday night.

But backup Seth GaRey eased Jiron's angst, registering 16 points, three assists and just two turnovers in helping the Mustangs to a 68-48 Skyline Conference victory over Phoenix.

Senior wing Kevin Ries led Hidden Valley scoring with 17 points and junior wing Chris Jiron added 16.

— PHOENIX (48) ?

Brink 11, Rombach 13, Rhodes 8, Jeffers 4, Duffel 10, Prewitt 1, Miller 0, Ryan 0, Kane 1, Robt 0. Totals: 14 16-24 48.

— HIDDEN VALLEY (68) ?

GaRey 15, Beard 6, Jiron 16, Evans 4, VanderStoel 0, Omdahl 1, Hyde 4, Ries 17, Palmer 0, Hagemeyer 5, Kauffmann 0. Totals: 24 13-21.

— Phoenix ............................................... 10 17 11 10 — 48 Hidden Valley .......................................21 13 13 21 — 68

3-point goals — Phoenix 2 (Brink 2), Hidden Valley 7 (GaRey 3, Jiron 3, Ries 1). Fouled out — Rhodes, Jiron. Technical fouls — Duffel.

MAZAMA 64, ILLINOIS VALLEY 62, 2 OT -At Klamath Falls, Justin Neville burned Mazama for a game-high 33 points, but Nathan Hickel's layup with five seconds left in the second overtime provided Mazama with the winning basket.

Neville extended the contest by hitting game-tying shots at the end of regulation and the first overtime for seventh-ranked Illinois Valley. The 5-10 senior guard was 6-of-10 from 3-point range.

— ILLINOIS VALLEY (62)

— — Brown 0, Russell 0, Graven 12, Huston 6, Culver 2, Justin Neville 33, Henry 9. Totals: 24-47 6-11 62.

— MAZAMA (64)- Hesia 17, Blank 2, Carswell 12, Hickel 11, Larson 2, Bocchi 2, Brosterhous 0, Rhoades 4, Marr 14. Totals: 24-50 10-13 64.

— Illinois Valley ..............................13 18 10 7 8 8 — 62 Mazama ................................... 17 12 5 14 8 10 — 64

3-point goals — Illinois Valley 8-14 (Neville 6, Graven 2), Mazama 6-16 (Carswell 2, Hesia 4). Fouled out — Marr, Henry.

JV score — Mazama 49, Illinois Valley 28.

HENLEY 84, ROGUE RIVER 56 -At Klamath Falls, Brian Stock and Jesse Smith scored 17 points apiece to lead Henley to a Skyline Conference win.

Michael Nunes added 10 points, 10 rebounds, six assists and four steals for the Hornets (9-4, 2-1), who held a 46-17 rebounding edge.

Junior guard Derrick Schoner paced Rogue River (3-10, 0-3) with 17 points.

— ROGUE RIVER (56)- Schoner 17, Horn 12, Girodat 11, Luchterhand 12, Mortinson 2, Badley 2, Baumann 0. Totals: 20 11-18 56.

— HENLEY (84)- Stewart 4, Gauntz 2, Kelley 1, Stock 17, Cunningham 3, Smith 17, Boshuizin 13, Nunes 10, Jerburtd 3, Frost 13, Leroy 1. Totals: 27 25-35 84.

— Rogue River.............................................16 8 15 17 — 56 Henley....................................................22 17 25 20 — 84

3-point goals — Rogue River 5 (Horn 1, Schoner 4), Henley 5 (Stock 3, Cunningham 1, Smith 1). Fouled out — Mortinson. Technical fouls — Rogue River bench.

JV score — Henley 81, Rogue River 24.

NORTH VALLEY 52, LAKEVIEW 45 -At Merlin, Matt Pittman scored 19 points and Joe Maue scored 11 to go along with 11 rebounds as North Valley picked up its first Skyline Conference win.

Jacob Denbrook led Lakeview with 22 points.

— LAKEVIEW (45)- Nichols 0, Kiely 0, Denbrook 22, Richards 8, Strubel 4, Grant 3, Fairbaron 8. Totals: 20 1-4 45.

— NORTH VALLEY (52) -Forbes 3, Kane 5, Phelps 0, Wright 8, Pittman 19, Butterbaugh 6, Grosenbach 0, Wessels 0, Maue 11. Totals: 15 15-22 52.

— Lakeview................................................14 8 14 11 — 45 North Valley..........................................14 10 10 18 — 52

3-point goals — Lakeview 4 (Richards 1, Grant 1, Fairbaron 2), North Valley 7 (Forbes 1, Kane 1, Pittman 4, Maue 1).

JV result — North Valley won.

— Skyline A League

TRIAD 42, PROSPECT 32- At Prospect, Brandon Zieg and Matt Isaacson each had 12 points to pace Triad in Sky A League action.

Prospect (5-8, 1-3 Sky A) led 21-18 at halftime but cold shooting by the Cougars helped Triad rally in the second half.

Brian Andresen had eight points and eight rebounds to pace Prospect.

— TRIAD (42)-Skoog 0, Demetrakos 1, Jamison 2, Zieg 12, Isaacson 12, Robinson 9, Croker 6. Totals: 14-41 13-25 42.

— PROSPECT (32)- Egger 6, Andresen 8, Gordon 6, Maloy 5, Schultz 0, Lenderman 7. Totals: 13-56 2-6 32.

— Triad.......................................................6 12 11 13 — 42 Prospect...................................................11 10 5 6 — 32

3-point goals — Prospect 4-22 (Egger 1, Gordon 1, Maloy 1, Lenderman 1). Fouled out — Egger.

— BUTTE FALLS 51, BRIGHTON ACADEMY 25 -At Butte Falls, junior post Nick Rodgers had 18 points, eight rebounds and three steals to power Butte Falls over Brighton Academy.

The Loggers (3-8, 3-1 Skyline A League) led just 15-9 at halftime but went on a 20-9 run in the third period to put the game away.

— BRIGHTON ACADEMY (25) ?

Matthews 4, T. Griess 9, P.J. Griess 1, Otiker 4, Concha 0, Hohnstein 7. Totals: 11 2-9 25.

— BUTTE FALLS (51) ?

Stephenson 9, Hampton 9, Rowden 6, Nick Rodgers 18, Beals 2, Parker 0, Harrington 0, Sizemore 5, Hanson 2, Hoel 0. Totals: 21 4-10 51.

— Brighton Academy................................. 8 — 7 9 — — 25 Butte Falls.........................................11 4 20 16 — 51

3-point goals — Brighton Academy — (T. Griess), Butte Falls 5 (Stephenson 3, Hampton 1, Sizemore 1). Technical fouls — Harrington.

NORTH LAKE 64, NEW HOPE 51 -At Grants Pass, Tony Inglesbe scored 25 points to lead North Lake to a win.

Titus Lochard led New Hope Christian (7-7, 2-2) with 25 points and Josh Ward added 17. Lochard and Ryan King also contributed five steals apeice.

— NORTH LAKE (64)

? Inglesbe 25, Griffith 14, Freeman 9, Lay 8, Birdwell 5, Monroe 2, Reeves 1. Totals: 26 12-22 64.

— NEW HOPE (51) -Lochard 25, Ward 17, VanWart 4, King 4, Felix 1, Martin 0, Hori 0. Totals: 18 7-17 51.

— North Lake.............................................16 12 13 23 — 64 New Hope................................................10 9 17 15 — 51

3-point goals — North Lake 6 (Inglesbe 4, Freeman 1, Lay 1), New Hope 8 (Lochard 4, Ward 3, VanWart 1). Fouled out — King.