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Crater survives Mazama's second-half rally

KLAMATH FALLS — Crater built a comfortable lead behind senior posts Aundrea Albright and Alana Harding, but Mazama gave the Comets a scare before dropping a 57-55 decision in Southern Sky Conference girls basketball Tuesday.

Albright led all scorers with 18 points, while Harding added 13 points, nine rebounds and three assists.

Crater (6-5, 2-1 SSC) jumped out to a 16-7 first-quarter lead.

Mazama's outside shooters, especially sophomore Darina Grigsby, got hot in the second half and the Comets weren't patient on the offensive end.

Grigsby sparked the Vikings with 17 points, including three from long range.

The Comets held as much as a nine-point lead in the final period.

Crater had 16 assists on 21 field goals and outrebounded Mazama, 27-9.

CRATER (57) — Albright 18, Harding 13, Steel 7, Britton 6, Deschamps 4, Heard 3, Kappel 2, Hills 2, Saling 2. Totals: 21 14-24 57.

MAZAMA (55) — Grigsby 17, Jones 10, Miller 10, Saltenberger 6, MacPhee 4, Groves 4, Hoskins 2, Garrett 2, Hunter 0. Totals: 21 7-10 55.

Crater 16 16 12 13 — 57

Mazama 7 16 19 13 — 55

3-point goals — Crater 1 (Steel 1), Mazama 6 (Grigsby 3, Miller 2, Saltenberger 1). Fouled out — Jones, Groves.

JV result — Crater 51, Mazama 39.

ASHLAND 55, KLAMATH UNION 30 — At Ashland, Natalie Del Carlo scored 20 points and Brenna Heater added 16 points, seven rebounds, and four steals to lead Ashland past Klamath Union.

KLAMATH UNION (30) — Gilbert 10, Choukalos 6, Holloway 6, Kellom 4, Cesena 2, Roberts 2, Bliss 0, Doshier 0, Luther 0, Rudd 0, Walker 0, Witeraft 0. Totals: 13 1-3 30.

ASHLAND (55) — Del Carlo 20, Heater 16, Van Vleck 5, Gida 4, Pavlich 4, Petitt 4, Siebenlist 2, McKinnis 0, Silbowitz 0, Zare 0. Totals: 23 9-12 55.

Klamath Union 12 6 4 8 —30

Ashland 14 14 13 14 —55

3-point goals — Klamath Union 3 (Gilbert 3).

JV Result — Ashland won.

Skyline Conference

HENLEY 65, PHOENIX 55 — At Phoenix, Taylor Wallace scored 26 points and Sierra Patzke added 15 to lead Henley to it's fourth Skyline Conference win.

Chelsea Passante led Phoenix (8-7, 3-2 Skyline) with 24 points, including four 3-pointers, and Kelsey George chipped in 10 points and eight assists in the loss.

PHOENIX— Passante 24, George 10, Smith 6, Baker 5, Helm 4, Singleton 4, Fry 2, Main 0, George 0, Tally 0. Totals: 20 9-16 55.

HENLEY — Wallace 26, Patzke 15, Kennedy 8, Mathesan 6, Waugh 6, Reed 2, Webb 2. Totals: 26 11-15 65.

Phoenix 16 18 10 11 —55

Henley 18 16 14 17 —65

3-point goals — Phoenix 6 (Passante 4, Baker 1, Singleton 1), Henley — 2 (Patzke 2).

JV result — Phoenix won.

ROGUE RIVER 54, NORTH VALLEY 38 — At Rogue River, trailing by 14 at the half, Rogue River came back to outscore North Valley 42-12 in the second half to earn the Skyline Conference victory.

Angie Caschera led Rogue River (7-8, 2-3 Skyline) with 23 points, 21 in the second half, and six steals. Shawna Hamre added 15 points, with 13 coming in the second half. Hamre also had 13 rebounds and four blocks.

ROGUE RIVER (54) — Cauble 0, Turnham 10, Hamre 15, Smith 2, Caschera 23, Phillips 0, Reyes 2, Updegraff 2. Totals: 22 9-20 54.

NORTH VALLEY (38) — Swanson 4, Egli 2, Ellis 2, Robles 16, Vandehey 6, Giesen 8. Totals: 16 6-10 38.

Rogue River 4 8 23 19 —54

North Valley 18 8 6 6 —38

3-point goals — Rogue River 1 (Caschera). Fouled out — Vandehey.

JV score — North Valley 42, Rogue River 27

HIDDEN VALLEY 53, ILLINOIS VALLEY 23 — At Cave Junction, Hidden Valley clamped down on defense in the second half and rode Laura Silva's career-high 21 points to a Skyline Conference victory over Illinois Valley.

Clinging to a 19-13 halftime lead, the Mustangs (13-2, 5-0 Skyline) only allowed one basket in the third quarter, which came in the waning moments.

Megan Swanson chipped in with 10 points, seven rebounds and four assists for the Mustangs.

HIDDEN VALLEY (53) — Silva 21, Swanson 10, Seal 7, Bailey 6, Wood 3, Fikso 2, Ross 2, Edwards 2, Guevara 0, Figoni 0, Carter 0, Doig 0, Lucrezi 0. Totals: 23 3-10 53.

ILLINOIS VALLEY (23) — B. Allan 6, T. Huntamer 6, Hults 4, R. Yeoman 4, K. Yeoman 2, Cleman 1, Tausaga 0, Farr 0, Cotta 0. Totals: 11 1-3 23.

Hidden Valley 13 6 19 13 — 53

Illinois Valley 6 7 2 8 — 23

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 4 (Silva 3, Seal 1).

JV score — Hidden Valley 41, Illinois Valley 37.

Sunset League

MYRTLE POINT 59, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 41 — Top-ranked Myrtle Point jumped on host Cascade Christian early at The Pavilion.

Junior guard Sam Sanders connected for 12 first-quarter points as the Bobcats took a 17-6 lead. Sanders finished with 24 points, and Krissy Johnston added 16.

For Cascade Christian (7-12, 2-4 Sunset), sophomore forward Becca Sellers and junior guard Heather Case each had nine points.

MYRTLE POINT (59) — Sanders 24, Johnston 16, Ciccarelli 3, Stidham 3, Fischer 6, Ross 2, Kennedy 6, McCollum 0, Leibelt 0. Totals: 18 15-20 59.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (41) — Sellers 9, Case 9, Blodgett 3, Brown 2, Cason 1, Kelly 2, Kinney 3, Bondra 5, Cesaro 4, Barlow 3, Ballard 0, Shay 0, Hallmark 0. Totals: 14 11-18 41.

Myrtle Point 17 18 12 12 — 59

Cascade Christian 6 15 14 6 — 41

3-point goals — Myrtle Point 6 (Sanders 4, Fischer 2), Cascade Christian 2 (Blodgett 1, Kinney 1). Fouled out — Kennedy.

JV result — Cascade Christian won.

Mountain Valley League

TRIAD 58, PROSPECT 22 — At Prospect, Jenny Bruzda scored 14 points, Rachael Estabrook and Erin Kroeker added 13 points and eight rebounds apiece as Triad beat Prospect.

Becky Musard led Prospect with 11 points in the loss.

TRIAD (58) — Bruzda 14, Estabrook 13, Kroeker 13, T.Parsons 6, M.Parsons 4, Assavapisitkul 3, Rohrbacker 3, Waters 2, Heaton 0, Barrick 0. Totals: 26 3-10 58.

PROSPECT (22) — Musard 11, Zeller 4, , King 3, Baker 2, Tanner 2, Anderson 0, Peters 0. Totals: 10 2-10 22.

Triad 18 17 18 5 —58

Prospect 7 3 10 2 —22

3-point goals — Triad 3 (Kroeker 2, Assavapisitkul 1).