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Siebenlist helps Ashland to fourth straight victory

ASHLAND — Heidi Siebenlist's contributions don't always show up in the statistics.

Siebenlist scored just two points for Ashland in a nonconference girls basketball game against Churchill Tuesday. But the senior guard was the catalyst in the fourth quarter as the Grizzlies posted their fourth straight victory by pulling out a 47-36 win against Churchill of Eugene.

"Heidi battles every night," said Ashland coach Steve Farley. "She played great defense and made their point guard (Susan Smith) work hard. She got our tempo going in the fourth quarter with a few steals and we got some easy transition buckets."

The Grizzlies (4-2) held a 24-22 advantage entering the final period but the Lancers briefly took the lead. Brenna Heater's three-point play put Ashland back in front and Kelsey McKinnis' two 3-pointers helped the Grizzlies keep the lead.

Heater, who was sidelined early with two opening-quarter fouls, scored nine of her game-high 20 points in the fourth quarter. The 6-foot-3 junior post added 13 rebounds.

"They were very physical with (Heater) down low," said Farley. "She made some adjustments shooting and knocked down some shots for us in the second half."

McKinnis added 17 points, including 10 in the final period. McKinnis also turned in a fine defensive performance.

CHURCHILL (36) — Fegles 11, Jubber 4, Moore 6, Goschie 4, Stalling 0, Weber 0, Smith 7, Nnoli 4, Bernhardt 0. Totals: 15 3-11 36.

ASHLAND (47) — Heater 20, DelCarlo 0, Gida 4, Petitt 0, McKinnis 17, Siebenlist 2, Zare 0, Silbowitz 0, Pavlich 1, Van Vleck 3. Totals: 15 5-8 47.

Churchill 7 5 10 17 — 39

Ashland 8 10 6 23 — 47

3-point goals — Churchill 1 (Smith 1), Ashland 4 (McKinnis 3, Van Vleck 1).

JV result — Churchill won.

HENLEY 52, EAGLE POINT 28 — At Eagle Point, Henley took an early lead and Eagle Point struggled with its defensive pressure as the Hornets cruised to the nonconference win.

Henley's Sierra Patzke had 14 points and Taylor Wallace tossed in 10.

Taylor Hagy's nine points paced the Eagles (2-5).

HENLEY (52) — Grant 6, Matheson 2, Patzke 14, Waugh 4, Carleton 2, Reed 6, Wallace 10, Webb 6, Kennedy 2, Haack 0. Totals: 22 7-13 52.

EAGLE POINT (28) — Landman 2, Shipman 4, Hagy 9, Hedrick 1, Baker 4, Desavedo 4, Dale 2, Rasor 2, Henderson 0, Leaf 0, DeVaughn 0, Wyatt 0, Mason 0. Totals: 11 6-11 28.

Henley 17 10 15 10 — 52

Eagle Point 13 5 8 2 — 28

3-point goals — Henley 1 (Patzke 1). Fouled out — Shipman.

JV score — Henley 36, Eagle Point 34.

KLAMATH UNION 53, PHOENIX 36 — At Klamath Falls, Paige Holloway scored 12 points and Sarah Kellom corralled 18 rebounds to navigate Klamath Union past Phoenix for its first victory of the season.

Chelsea Passante went for a game-high 21 points for the Pirates and drilled three from 3-point range.

Phoenix (2-4) had a season-low 11 turnovers but was only 12-for-61 from the field.

The Pelicans' Katey Choukalos added nine points and three assists.

PHOENIX (36) — Baker 1, George 4, Helm 2, George 3, Smith 5, Passante 21, Main 0, Fry 0. Totals: 12-61 8-16 36.

KLAMATH UNION (53) — Choukalos 9, Gilbert 7, Walker 3, Cesena 5, Bliss 1, Holloway 12, Kellom 8, Whitcraft 7, Luther 0, Roberts 0, Lundy 0. Totals: 19 15-23 53.

Phoenix 12 13 3 8 — 36

Klamath Union 9 15 13 16 — 53

3-point goals — Phoenix 4 (Passante 3, Smith 1). Fouled out — George. Technical fouls — Phoenix coach.

JV result — Phoenix won.

COQUILLE 55, ROGUE RIVER 31 — At Coquille, Coquille used an 18-3 run in the third quarter to pull away and hand Rogue River its first defeat of the season.

Sabrina Smith paced the Chieftains (2-1) with 13 points and eight rebounds, and Shawna Hamre also pulled down eight boards.

ROGUE RIVER — Turnham 4, Caschera 6, Smith 13, Cauble 2, Hamre 6, Phillips 0, Reyes 0, Updegraff 0. Totals: 13 5-8 31.

COQUILLE (55) — Usselman 10, Breuer 10, Shaw 3, K. Pfalum 15, Libby 10, Sherbondy 1, Davis 2, Cook 4, Price 0, Andy 0, Forbes 0, M. Pfalum 0. Totals: 18 16-33 55.

Rogue River 12 8 3 8 — 31

Coquille 14 14 18 9 — 55

3-point goals — Coquille 3 (Breuer 3). Fouled out — Hamre.

JV score — Coquille 40, Rogue River 21.

ST. MARY'S 42, BANDON 28 — Whitney Adderson and Nikki Steinsiek had 10 points each to lead St. Mary's (6-1) to the home victory.

The Crusaders built a 16-4 lead after the first quarter and pulled away with an 18-point fourth quarter.

Becky Butler led Bandon with 10 points.

BANDON (28) — Garrett 0, M. Torres 1, Berry 4, J. Torres 2, Haueter 0, Butler 10, Valentine 5, Bayer 0, Smith 6. Totals: 12 4-11 28.

ST. MARY'S (42) — D. Valdez 0, W. Adderson 10, Steinsiek 10, Bladek 0, Street 0, K. Adderson 6, Williams 6, Bates 2, Gross 4, V. Valdez 2, Picknell 2. Totals: 17 8-10 42.

Bandon 4 9 5 10 —28

St. Mary's 16 4 4 18 —42

PROSPECT 46, CAMAS VALLEY 31 — At Camas Valley, Catherine Anderson had 21 points, eight rebounds, two steals and two assists to lead Prospect.

Jen King added seven rebounds, six points and two blocked shots for the Cougars (5-2), while Alexis Zeller had six points and three steals and Becky Musard added nine points.

PROSPECT (46) — Anderson 21, Zeller 6, King 6, Musard 9, Tanner 4, Baker 0, Bender 0. Totals: 15 15-30 46.

CAMAS VALLEY (31) — Carter 4, Ferrara 2, Wafer 8, Gibson 4, M. Townsend 2, St. Claire 2, D. Townsend 9, Pierce 0. Totals: 14 2-17 31.

Prospect 15 8 4 19 — 46

Camas Valley 3 6 13 9 — 31

3-point goals — Prospect 1 (Anderson 1), Camas Valley 1 (Wafer 1). Fouled out — Carter, D. Townsend, King.

MILO ADVENTIST 34 ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 22 — Milo held Rogue Valley Adventist to just two points in the third quarter and rolled to victory at Rogue Valley Adventist High School.

The Mustangs outrebounded RVA 38-27 and limited the Red Tail Hawks to 8-for-42 shooting.

Sande Wood had seven rebounds to go with three points for the Red Tail Hawks (1-2).

MILO ADVENTIST (34) — Megan B. 17, Kinman 11, Angelino 4, Cooksley 2, Summerlin 0, Woitt 0, Camarena 0. Totals: 15-54 4-8

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST (22) — J. Wold 6, Cool 6, Wood 3, Cole 3, Mailand 2, Parmenter 2, Sustaire 0, Leffingwell 0, C. Wold 0, Dalhms 0. Totals: 8-42 6-12 22.

Milo Adventist 6 4 9 15 — 34

Rogue Valley Adventist 8 5 2 7 — 22