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Dean of Triad schools Butte Falls boys

KLAMATH FALLS ' Tyler Dean demonstrated composure under pressure against Butte Falls Saturday.

The Triad wide-body senior post converted 8 of 8 free throws in the fourth quarter to help the Timberwolves to a 42-37 victory over the Loggers in Skyline A League boys basketball at Altamont Middle School.

Dean scored 16 of his game-high 20 points in the second half.

Tyler Dean has a nose for the basketball, Butte Falls coach Lance Bruce said. They kept the ball in his hands in the fourth quarter, which was a good move.

Triad dominated the boards with a 36-22 rebounding advantage, including 17 on the offense end.

— Rebounding was the difference in the game, said Bruce. They had quite a few putback points. We weren't doing a good job putting a body on them and getting good position in the paint.

The Timberwolves held Butte Falls point guard Chris Stephenson to two points. The Loggers junior had been averaging 20 points over the past six games.

They were matched up in a zone and (Stephenson) couldn't penetrate at all, said Bruce. They were keeping us where we couldn't get into any offensive sets. They did a nice job of extending that zone out.

Junior post Dillon Ross paced the Loggers (7-10, 3-2 Sky A) with 20 points and eight rebounds. Chris Stephenson gathered in seven rebounds and Trae Stephenson contributed 11 points.

They were the ones making plays, said Bruce. We couldn't get anything going shooting the whole game. That matchup zone gave us fits.

BUTTE FALLS (37) ' C. Stephenson 2, Smith 0, T. Stephenson 11, Knighton 3, Kinyon 0, Ross 19, Ste. White 0, Moody 2, McLauchlan 0, Str. White 0. Totals: 14 7-15 37.

TRIAD (42) ' Dean 20, Kroeker 4, Torres 0, Ovgard 2, Packer 4, Trumball 8, Lyman 2, Dutton 0, Knust 2. Totals: 15 12-19 42.

Butte Falls...................................10 — 10 14 ' 37

Triad..............................................9 6 12 15 ' 42

3-point goals ' Butte Falls 2 (T. Stephenson 2). Fouled out ' Moody.

PROSPECT 59, PAISLEY 49 ' At Paisley, Prospect overcame an early five-point deficit to pick up its first conference win of the season.

Colin Madsen scored 19 points and Jake Schultz added 11 for the Cougars (1-1 Sky A).

Andy Richardson scored a game-high 21 points and grabbed seven rebounds for Paisley (4-8, 1-4), while Matt St. Louis added 13 points.

PROSPECT (59) ' L. Strickland 3, Schultz 11, Crawford 7, Miller 8, Harju 6, Madsen 19, Lewis 5. Totals: 25 8-14 59.

PAISLEY (49) ' Merchant 9, Richardson 21, Jeffrey 0, St. Louis 13, Babb 4, Aney 2. Totals: 14 7-12 49.

Prospect....................................13 14 14 18 ' 59

Paisley.........................................18 6 14 11 ' 49

3-point goals ' Prospect — (Strickland 1), Paisley 4 (St. Louis 3, Merchant 1). Fouled out ' Babb.

JV score ' Paisley 34, Prospect 30.

SOC Boys

ROSEBURG 65, KLAMATH UNION 56 ' At Klamath Falls, Roseburg survived an early Klamath Union shooting spree and held the Pelicans scoreless for the first five minutes of the fourth quarter to seal the win.

Jeff Stricklin scored 16 points and Isaiah Smith added 15 points for the Indians (13-0, 3-0 SOC). Roseburg also received a double-double of 14 rebounds and 11 points from Steven Davis.

The Pelicans (4-9, 0-3) jumped out to an early lead as Seth Hughes scored 13 of his game-high 22 points in the first quarter.

KU's Daniel Bennett had 14 points and 10 rebounds in his first game back from an injury.

ROSEBURG (65) ' Stricklin 16, Smith 15, Davis 11, Schott 4, Walkup 8, B. Malone 3, J. Malone 0, Schriver 2, Snook 0, Thompson 6. Totals: 27 7-14 65.

KLAMATH UNION (56) ' Hughes 22, Bennett 14, Hill 1, Foster 8, Landrum 5, Yazzie 4, Gallagher 2, Martin 0, Garcia 0. Totals: 20 8-11 56.

Roseburg...................................17 18 13 17 ' 65

Klamath Union............................22 17 10 7 ' 56

3-point goals ' Roseburg 4 (Walkup 2, Smith 1, B. Malone 1), Klamath Union 8 (Hughes 5, Bennett 2, Landrum 1).

SOC Girls

ROSEBURG 65, KLAMATH UNION 49 ' At Roseburg, junior wing Shayla Corder exploded for 30 points for Roseburg (7-7, 2-2 SOC).

The Indians broke open the game by outscoring Klamath Union 23-10 in the second period to take a 33-18 halftime advantage.

Hailey Buckbee pulled down a game-high 14 rebounds for the Indians.

For Klamath Union (9-5, 0-4 SOC), Jenni Ritter scored 22 points and had eight rebounds.

KLAMATH UNION (49) - Ritter 22, Luppert 12, Croxford 6, Cooke 4, Dutton 2, Wattah 2, Lundy 1, Burke 0, Coke 0. Totals 18-54 11-16 49.

ROSEBURG (65) - Corder 30, Buckbee 10, Wilton 8, Filley 6, Martin 5, Chaney 2, Jorgensen 2, Westbrook 2. Totals 26-53 12-18 65.

Klamath Union..............................8 10 15 16 - 49

Roseburg.....................................10 23 20 12 - 65

3-point goals ' Klamath Union 2 (Ritter 2), Roseburg — (Martin 1).

JV score ' Roseburg 34, Klamath Union 24.

Skyline A Girls

TRIAD 43, BUTTE FALLS 39, OT ' At Klamath Falls, Triad went to the free-throw line 45 times, converting 23 shots, including several key shots in the fourth quarter and in the overtime period.

Rachael Estabrook scored 21 points, including a 15-for-19 performance from the charity stripe, to lead the Timberwolves.

Karlee Stephenson, Ceci Myers and Nikki Harms each scored 10 points for Butte Falls (7-9, 2-3 Skyline A).

BUTTE FALLS (39) ' Stephenson 10, K. Ferguson 0, Rodgers 5, Myers 10, Stephens 0, Burg 0, Harms 10, Wright 0, S. Ferguson 0, Sutfin 4. Totals: 16 5-16 39.

TRIAD (43) ' Fuller 7, Parsons 2, Hogan 1, Brunda 9, Fields 3, Estabrook 21, Rolland 0, Kroeker 0. Totals: 10 23-45 43.

Butte Falls....................................5 19 4 7 4 ' 39

Triad.............................................6 7 13 9 8 ' 43

3-point goals ' Butte Falls 2 (Stephenson 1, Rodgers 1). Fouled out ' Stephenson, Rodgers, Wright, Sutfin.

PAISLEY 44, PROSPECT 25 ' At Paisley, Jennifer Cooper and Krystal Klundt scored 16 points apiece to lead Paisley to the Skyline A win.

The Broncos (4-8, 2-3 Sky A) led 11-0 at the end of the first quarter and 33-12 entering the final period. Klundt added 10 rebounds and Miranda Morehouse dished out seven assists.

Candice Bennett scored 12 points to lead the Cougars (6-6, 1-1).

PROSPECT (25) ' Bennett 12, Shallenberger 6, Musard 5, Newcomb 2, Scriven 0, Cai. Lewis 0, Can. Lewis 0, Hopkins 0, Hunsley 0. Totals: 8 6-14 25.

PAISLEY (44) ' Cooper 16, Klundt 16, Morehouse 10, Opastrakoon 2, Lu 0, Arballo 0. Totals: 20 4-8 44.

Prospect..........................................0 9 — 13 ' 25

Paisley.........................................11 8 14 11 ' 44

3-point goals ' Prospect — (Shallenberger).