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Ashland starts fast in win

EAGLE POINT — Coming off a pair of conference losses, Ashland wasted little time in taking control of a Southern Sky Conference boys basketball contest against Eagle Point Saturday.

The Grizzlies scored 28 first-quarter points and built a 47-14 halftime lead in dispatching the Eagles, 78-44.

"They came out of the gates and just shot an incredible percentage tonight," said Eagle Point coach Brian Winter, whose team dropped to 7-10 overall and 0-6 in league. "We struggled to find any flow offensively."

Four players reached double figures for Ashland (11-9, 4-3 SSC), led by freshman Billy Hansen, who made four of the team's eight 3-pointers and scored 17 points.

Eagle Point's offense bogged down in part because point guard Austin Marlia was out with a sprained ankle.

"We didn't adjust very well," said Winter. "It was point guard by committee, and we struggled a little in that area."

The Eagles were also without starting wing Derek Tuttle, who's in jeopardy of missing the rest of the season with cartilage damage in a knee.

Ashland played without Adam Pavlich and Mason Costantino.

Garrett Tygerson added 16 points, Jamie Amrhein 15 and Charlie Sebrell 14 for the Grizzlies, who lost games to Crater and Klamath Union earlier in the week.

"Ashland came out ready," said Winter. "We didn't get in a rhythm on offense and we didn't get back in transition on defense. The floodgates opened early and we were never able to recover."

Tyrone Holmes led the Eagles with 14 points and eight rebounds, and Austin Rowley scored 14. Zach Reed scored eight points and snared 10 rebounds.

ASHLAND (78) — Sebrell 14, Tygerson 16, Amrhein 15, Resch 9, Hansen 17, Haggard 7, Stone 0, Kendall 0, Chasmar 0. Totals: 31 8-11 78.

EAGLE POINT (44) — Winter 8, Reed 8, Holmes 14, Rowley 14, VanDyke 0, Gonzalez 0, Foster 0, Morris 0, Rogers 0. Totals: 19 4-7 44.

Ashland 28 19 15 16 — 78

Eagle Point 8 6 6 24 — 44

3-point goals — Ashland 8 (Sebrell 1, Amrhein 3, Hansen 4), Eagle Point 2 (Winter 2).

JV result — Ashland won.

MVL Boys

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 56, NORTH LAKE 47 — Rogue Valley Adventist's man-to-man defense stifled 10th-ranked North Lake and the Red Tail Hawks had three players reach double figures in scoring.

Ryan Coggins, a 6-foot-5 senior, had 18 points and 10 rebounds and fellow senior Cameron Fjarli added 13 points and 13 rebounds for Rogue Valley Adventist (9-6, 6-3 MVL). Robert Denton added 12 points and six rebounds.

The Red Tail Hawks led 21-7 after one quarter and limited North Lake to a 4-for-32 effort from 3-point range and 21-for-72 total overall.

Dakota Gordon had 18 points to lead North Lake (13-3, 7-2).

NORTH LAKE (47) — Gordon 18, Fivecoat 14, Martin 8, Paisley 4, McCord 0, Borlak 3, Reyes 0. Totals: 21-72 1-6 47.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST (56) — Coggins 18, Fjarli 13, Denton 12, DeLaVega 4, Peterson 4, Alvarez 3, Wold 2. Totals: 23-49 8-14 56.

North Lake 7 6 18 16 — 47

Rogue Valley Adventist 21 11 7 17 — 56

3-point goals — North Lake 4-32 (Gordon 2, Fivecoat 2), Rogue Valley Adventist 2-7 (Coggins 1, Alvarez 1).

BUTTE FALLS 47, GILCHRIST 27 — At Gilchrist, Moe Gower had 18 points and six rebounds, and Chris Dunham held Gilchrist's Ryan Stinson scoreless in the fourth quarter of Butte Falls' Mountain Valley League win.

Josh McGonagle added 15 points and six rebounds for the Loggers (13-6, 7-2 MVL).

Gilchrist's Stinson had seven points in the third quarter, but the Grizzlies were outscored 17-3 in the fourth quarter as Butte Falls switched to a box-and-one defense with Dunham guarding Stinson.

The Loggers had 12 steals in the game.

BUTTE FALLS (47) — Gower 18, McGonagle 15, Casillas 2, Myers 2, Eller 2, Adams 2, Sutfin 4, C. Dunham 2, D. Dunham 0, Weaver 0, Kinyon 0, Mallory 0. Totals: 16 13-20 47.

GILCHRIST (27) — Stinson 9, Shuey 8, Ellington 5, Chapman 1, Erwin 4, Harris 0, Ryder 0, Barkley 0, Montgomery 0, Bennett 0, Erickson 0. Totals: 14 3-8 27.

Butte Falls 11 5 14 17 — 47

Gilchrist 6 8 10 3 — 27

3-point goals — Butte Falls 2 (Gower 2). Fouled out — Erwin.

HOSANNA CHRISTIAN 47, PROSPECT 30 — At Prospect, Shane Kelley had 14 points to lead Prospect in the MVL contest.

HOSANNA CHRISTIAN (47) — Crenshaw 2, Janecke 6, Phillips 4, Farrell 5, Rice 5, LoVerde 14, Justman 11, Moro 0, Drake 0. Totals: 19 6-10 47.

PROSPECT (30) — Linson 6, Demello 4, Roe 2, Walton 4, Kelley 14, Gallagher 0, Bailey 0. Totals: 12 4-8 30.

Hosanna Christian 10 17 14 6 — 47

Prospect 10 11 7 2 — 30

3-point goals — Hosanna Christian 3 (Farrell 1, Rice 1, LoVerde 1), Prospect 2 (Kelley 2).

Sunset Girls

REGIS 49, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 37 — Emily Buchheit scored 22 points to lead Regis to the nonconference win at The Pavilion.

Amanda Kinney had 14 points and seven rebounds for Cascade Christian (11-7, 6-3 Sunset). The Challengers led 10-8 after the first quarter but were outscored 29-14 in the next two quarters.

REGIS (49) — Dolby 1, Gesher 1, Kevdell 3, B. Buck 6, Buchheit 22, Koehnke 8, Lulay 8, Brentano 0, R. Buck 0, Alley 0. Totals: 20 7-19 49.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (37) — Barlow 2, Case 1, Vondra 6, Kinney 14, Cesaro 8, Blodgett 6, Brown 0, Hallmark 0, Martin 0, Ballard 0, Cochran 0, Martinez 0. Totals: 13 9-22 37.

Regis 8 15 14 12 — 49

Cascade Christian 10 7 7 13 — 37

3-point goals — Regis 2 (Lulay 2), Cascade Christian 2 (Blodgett 1, Kinney 1).

MVL Girls

BUTTE FALLS 33, GILCHRIST 27 — At Gilchrist, Allie Givens had 12 points and eight rebounds in helping Butte Falls earn its first Mountain Valley League victory of the season.

Mariah Moore added seven points, nine rebounds, three steals and three blocks for the Loggers (4-15, 1-8 MVL).

Gilchrist was led by Kali Smith's 14 points, but the Grizzlies were held scoreless in the second quarter and scored just three points in the third.

BUTTE FALLS (33) — Moore 7, Ferguson 4, Kirkpatrick 3, Sutfin 4, Givens 12, Driskell 3, McGonagle 0. Totals: 11 10-26 33.

GILCHRIST (27) — King 0, C. Scerers 5, Matkowski 0, Smith 14, Page 2, Phipps 5, Anding 1, J. Scerers 0. Totals: 9 8-18 27.

Butte Falls 4 9 11 9 — 33

Gilchrist 11 0 3 13 — 27

3-point goals — Butte Falls 1 (Driskell 1), Gilchrist 1 (C. Scerers 1). Fouled out — Phipps.

JV result — Butte Falls won.

NORTH LAKE 41, ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 28 — North Lake relied on defense in the fourth quarter to stay perfect on the season.

Colleen Hunt scored 14 of her 22 points to lead the Cowgirls (15-0, 9-0 MVL) to the conference win.

Rogue Valley Adventist led 29-27 through three quarters but was held to only two fourth-quarter points.

Allison Cool led the Red Tail Hawks (7-10, 2-7) with 10 points while Sande Wood grabbed 11 rebounds.

NORTH LAKE (41) — Hunt 22, A. Dark 6, Grossman 0, Hand 9, Effingham 2, Ward 2, Yarbrough 0, L. Dark 0. Totals: 17 4-6 41.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST (28) — Wold 2, Wood 3, Cool 10, Allen 0, Parmenter 7, Mailand 2, Cole 0, Leffingwell 4. Totals: 12 5-8 28.

North Lake 8 8 11 14 — 41

Rogue Valley Adventist 6 14 9 2 — 28

3-point goals — North Lake 3 (Hunt 3), Rogue Valley Adventist 1 (Parmenter 1).

HOSANNA CHRISTIAN 53, PROSPECT 34 — At Prospect, Hosanna Christian bolted to a 10-point first-quarter lead and defeated Prospect (5-10, 2-7 MVL).

Jen King had 12 points and 11 rebounds in the loss. Kristalyn Mahoney scored 10, and Alexis Zeller made seven steals.

HOSANNA CHRISTIAN (53) — K. Anderson 15, Matchett 4, A. Anderson 3, Ronnander 20, Cronister 4, Castle 7, Spencer 0, Oosterman 0, Crawford 0, Toliver 0. Totals: 21 9-14 53.

PROSPECT (34) — Zeller 6, King 12, Mahoney 10, VanWormer 4, Peters 2, Cryts 0, Baker 0, Reynolds 0, Abel 0. Totals: 16 0-1 34.

Hosanna Christian 16 13 7 17 — 53

Prospect 6 12 5 11 — 34

3-point goals — Hosanna Christian 2 (K. Anderson 2), Prospect 2 (Mahoney 2). Fouled out — Zeller.