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Phoenix remains unbeaten in Skyline action

Prep Girls Roundup

PHOENIX ' Ashley McCarty stands just 5-foot-3, but her game took on giant proportions Tuesday night at Phoenix High.

McCarty, a junior guard, singed the nets for 15 first-half points and 20 on the night to fuel the Pirates to a 48-36 Skyline Conference victory over Henley.

The Pirates soared to a 12-2 lead after one period and weren't seriously threatened the rest of the way as they remained unbeaten in Skyline play at 4-0.

Phoenix is 8-4 overall.

McCarty drilled three 3-point baskets when Henley went to a zone defense in the first half and nailed another trey after the intermission.

They left her alone on the perimeter a few times and she responded, Phoenix coach Kyle Walker said.

— Senior post Kat Cox also had a strong outing with nine points, 12 rebounds and a school record-tying eight blocked shots.

Junior guard Shonda George added eight points for the Pirates, including a big 3-point basket in the third period after Henley had cut Phoenix's lead to nine points.

She (George) gave us a spark when we needed it, Walker said.

Jenna Matchett had 16 points to lead Henley (1-2 Skyline).

HENLEY (36) ' Matchett 16, Fuller 6, D'Olivo 4, D. Hunter 4, Picard 3, A. Hunter 1, Olliffe 2. Totals: 15 6-15 36.

PHOENIX (48) ' McCarty 20, Cox 9, George 8, Unruh 5, Kieffer 4, Phillips 2, Woodman 0, Hanscom 0. Totals: 17 9-12 48.

Henley........................................ 2 10 14 10 ' 36

Phoenix..................................... 12 15 10 11 ' 48

3-point goals ' Phoenix 5 (McCarty 4, George 1).

JV score ' Henley 42, Phoenix 32.

HIDDEN VALLEY 41, ROGUE RIVER 25 ' Stephanie Dean and Lou Emma Tate led host Hidden Valley with 12 points apiece in the win against Rogue River.

Tate also kicked in three assists and five boards on the night, scoring nine of her total points from beyond the arc.

Shea Ford was an unsung hero for Hidden Valley, leading with eight boards and six steals to complement her nine points.

Hidden Valley (6-7, 1-2) meets Mazama on Friday.

HIDDEN VALLEY (41) 'Dean 12, Tate 12, Ford 9, Anderson 5, Hibbard 3, Head 0, Millsaps 0, Miller 0, Wilson 0, Bleser 0, Tennant 0, Gustafson 0, Morgan 0, C. Tate 0. Totals: 15 8-13

ROGUE RIVER (25) ' Jones 8, Long 6, Tocher 2, Woodall 2, Artoff 2, Richardson 2, Giesbrecht 2, Saaranen 1, Lea 0, Huston 0. Totals: 9 4-9

Hidden Valley.............................10 15 6 10 ' 41

Rogue River.................................7 16 18 25 ' 25

3-point goals ' Hidden Valley — (Tate 3) Rogue River — (Jones 1).

NORTH VALLEY 44, ILLINOIS VALLEY 37 ' At Cave Junction, Elaina Renius scored a game-high 28 points and North Valley rallied from an early 15-0 hole for a Skyline Conference win.

The Knights (6-3, 3-0 Skyline) were held scoreless until a bucket with 1&

189; minutes left in the first quarter narrowed the gap to 15-2.

North Valley trimmed the deficit to 19-15 at intermission then got 22 points from Renius in the second half to slowly pull away.

Renius also grabbed 11 rebounds, while Serena Barry scored 15 to lead Illinois Valley, which fell to 1-3 in conference play.

NORTH VALLEY (44) ' Renius 28, Torres 6, Kramer 3, Miller 2, Seybold 2, Stromme 2, Makepeace 1, Burns 0, McElheran 0. Totals: 16 11-20 44.

ILLINOIS VALLEY (37) ' Barry 15, Dudley 8, Hamilton 8, Riley 4, Cole 2, Madden 0, Snook 0. Totals: 15 4-11 37.

North Valley..................................6 9 11 18 ' 44

Illinois Valley................................17 2 7 11 ' 37

3-point goals ' North Valley — (Kramer), Illinois Valley — (Barry 2, Dudley 1).

JV result ' North Valley won.

MAZAMA 39, LAKEVIEW 33 ' At Lakeview, Brenna Toffel led Mazama (2-11, 1-3) with 11 points in the win. The victory curbs a three game league losing streak.

Lakeview's Anneka Tucker answered Toffel's tally with 11 of her own.

MAZAMA (39) ' Poetsch 2, Petersen 9 , Glidewell 5, Davina 2, Barker 6, Sheets 4, Toffel 11. Totals: 15 8-18

LAKEVIEW (33) ' Tucker 11, Cahill 0, Bradbury 7, Handcock 0, Kiely 6, C. Albertson 4, L. Albertson 0, Poe 5. Totals: 12 8-11

Mazama.........4 9 18 8 ' 39

Lakeview...........7 10 10 6 ' 33

3-point goals 'Mazama — (Barker 1) Lakeview — (Tucker 1).

Skyline A League

BUTTE FALLS 67, PROSPECT 35 '

Butte Falls had four players reach double figures in the win against visiting Prospect.

Sarah Matthews led the pack with 15 points, with Elysia Rodgers, Cassy Bartel and Mickie Burns close behind.

Butte Falls remains undefeated in league play at 3-0, improving to 9-5 overall.

BUTTE FALLS (67) ' Hayes 0, Wright 2, Fergueson 0, R. Matthews 8, Rodgers 11, Myers 3, Bartel 10, S. Matthews 15, Harms 0, Smeltz 2, Burns 12, Stephens 0, Sutfin 4. Totals: 30 7-16.

PROSPECT (35) ' M. Scrivins 0, S. Scrivins 0, Lewis 4, Bennett 11, Govenor 0, Musard 5, M. Bennett 8, Newcomb 5, R. Bennett 2. Totals: 12 11-24.

Butte Falls...................................20 19 19 9 ' 67

Prospect........................................5 2 10 18 ' 35