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Lakeview nips Pirate girls, 45-42

LAKEVIEW — Phoenix had itself in position to win at Lakeview Tuesday in Skyline Conference girls? basketball, but the Pirates faltered down the stretch and fell to the Honkers 45-42.

The loss drops Phoenix (6-5, 3-1 Skyline) into a four-way tie for the conference lead with Lakeview, North Valley and Henley.

Phoenix coach Kyle Walker made some defensive adjustments at halftime after Lakeview posts Megan Albertson and Frances Hartman burned the Pirates for 14 of the Honkers 22 first-half points.

After trailing by one point at the break, Phoenix clawed its way back to grab a three-point lead and had the ball with about three minutes remaining in the game. The Pirates couldn't capitalize on the opportunity and Lakeview scored on its possession. Then after a Pirate turnover, the Honkers converted a 3-point play to retake the lead.

We lost our momentum, Phoenix coach Kyle Walker said. We couldn't get a bucket to go when we needed it.

Chelsi Clark turned in a strong game for Phoenix with 17 points on 6-of-12 shooting from the floor. Clark tied Ann Marie Turner's school record with four 3-point goals in a game. The senior point guard added six rebounds and four steals.

She was a very good outside shooter, Lakeview coach Todd Limoges said, and she drove the ball and dished it off to some other people. She gave us some problems.

PHOENIX (42)- Clark 17, Prisbrey 9, Gonzalez 6, Jackson 6, Meredith 4, Capp 0, Cavener 0. Totals: 15 5-10 42.

— LAKEVIEW (45)- Albertson 14, Hartman 10, Ruda 9, Morris 5, Winters 5, Mason 2, Stewart 0, Goslin 0. Totals: 17 11-26 45.

— Phoenix ........................................6 13 9 14 — — 42 Lakeview ....................................14 8 7 16 — 45

3-point goals — Phoenix 7 (Clark 4, Gonzalez 2, Prisbrey 1). Fouled out — Jackson.

JV result — Phoenix won.

ROGUE RIVER 47, ILLINOIS VALLEY 43 -At Rogue River, junior Rachell Troutt was moved from wing to post and responded with a season-high 15 points to go with 16 rebounds for Rogue River, which registered its first Skyline Conference win.

Senior post Bobbi Wright contributed 12 points for the Chieftains (5-9, 1-3 Skyline).

For Illinois Valley, Snow Staples led all scorers with 19 points.

— ILLINOIS VALLEY (43)

? Snow Staples 19, Rachel Pierce 9, Russell 6, Walker 4, Dougherty 3, Fink 2, Ledford 0. Totals: 12 15-21 43.

— ROGUE RIVER (47)- Rachell Troutt 15, Wright 12, Lucas 8, Ford 7, Myers 3, Schefstrom 2, Pons 0, McGinnis 0, Artoff 0, Jones 0. Totals: 17 12-18 47.

— Illinois Valley .....................................8 7 14 14 — 43 Rogue River .......................................16 9 8 14 — 47

3-point goals — Illinois Valley 4 (Staples 3, Pierce 1), Rogue River — (Lucas). Fouled out — Ford.

JV result — Rogue River won.

NORTH VALLEY 43, HIDDEN VALLEY 30 -At Murphy, Hidden Valley led 24-14 at halftime, but was held to just six second-half points as North Valley posted its third straight conference win after dropping its opener.

Hidden Valley junior wing Jennifer Bain, the Skyline Conference leading scorer, was injured with about three minutes left in the second quarter and the Mustangs leading by 14 points. Bain missed the rest of the game with a knee injury and ended with just six points.

Senior guard Sheena Gannon stepped up for Hidden Valley to register a game-high 12 points.

Megan Costen paced a balanced Knights? attack with nine points and freshman center Elaina Renius added eight.

— NORTH VALLEY (43)

? Trader 5, Roberts 6, Braton 4, Makepeace 6, Silva 5, M. Costen 9, Renius 8, Herrick 0, McNeil 0, Ford-Harris 0. Totals: 14 15-22 43.

— HIDDEN VALLEY (30)

— — Brown 6, Ford 4, Gannon 12, Anderson 2, Bain 6, Hallows 0, Holley 0, Gill 0, L. Tate 0, A. Tate 0, Thompson 0, Dean. 0. Totals: 13 4-4 30.

— North Valley .....................................7 7 15 14 — — 43 Hidden Valley ................................14 10 4 2 — 30

Fouled out — Brown.

JV score — Hidden Valley 39, North Valley 29.

HENLEY 52, MAZAMA 35 -At Klamath Falls, Henley's Heather Radke scored 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds and teammate Catherine Stock added 15 points.

Henley forced 25 turnovers, including 12 steals, while only turning the ball over 13 times.

— MAZAMA (35) -Britton 3, Cottrell 0, Bishop 10, English 3, Chastain 0, Lawrence 2, Burk 4, Young 3, Miller 0, Kahl 6, Blank 4. Totals: 13-43 7-19 35.

— HENLEY (52) -Radke 21, B. Maupin 6, Stock 15, McClung 2, S. Maupin 4, Young 4, Pence 0, Mills 4, Schwartz 2. Totals: 18-66 16-27 52.

— Mazama .............................................7 13 — 12 — 35 Henley ............................................17 15 16 4 — 52

3-point goals — Mazama 2-5 (Bishop 2). Fouled out — — Burk, McClung.

Skyline A League

PROSPECT 56, HOSANNA CHRISTIAN 46 -At Prospect, junior wing Sarah Gordon scored 10 of her game-high 23 points in the first quarter to help Prospect charge to a 22-6 opening-period lead.

The Cougars (11-2, 4-0 Sky A) extended the margin to 40-19 at halftime and led by as many as 24 in the third quarter.

Prospect's press led to 20 steals.

Senior Lindsey Acrey contributed 12 points on 4-of-5 shooting from 3-point range and added seven steals for the Cougars. Point guard Addie Stockebrand tallied 11 points and eight steals, while sophomore post Lacy Tallman corralled six rebounds.

Junior post Nikki Seratt accounted for 18 points for visiting Hosanna.

— HOSANNA CHRISTIAN (46)- Seratt 18, Childers 2, Smith 2, Fuller 7, Jensen 3, Brown 10, Dovel 3, Rederson 1. Totals: 21 4-12 46.

— PROSPECT (56)

? Gordon 23, Stockebrand 11, Tallman 6, Acrey 12, Lewis 4, Wood 0, Govenor 0, Mueller 0, Krovchenko 0, Emmons 0, Scriven 0. Totals: 25 1-2 56.

— Hosanna Christian......................... 6 13 12 15 — — 46 Prospect .........................................22 18 13 — — 56

3-point goals — Prospect 5 (Gordon 1, Acrey 4).