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Ashland downs Phoenix despite star's foul trouble

ASHLAND — Ashland discovered what it's like to play without its top player, Allison Gida, and that could come in handy tonight.

Gida got into early foul trouble in a nonleague girls basketball game against Phoenix Friday and played little more than two quarters in the Grizzlies' 57-31 win.

Gida won't be available tonight when Ashland visits Henley because she'll be celebrating her great-grandmother's 100th birthday in Portland.

"That was good for us," said Grizzlies coach Tom McCracken of Gida's limited play Friday. "I was glad to see that we could play without her."

Gida got two fouls in two seconds at the end of the first quarter, giving her three and sending her to the bench. She fouled out early in the fourth quarter.

In the second, Ashland outscored Phoenix 16-7.

Gida still managed her second straight double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds. The University of Utah recruit plays point guard on offense and inside on defense because she's the team's tallest player. She also had four steals.

Kayla Reynolds made 3 of 7 3-pointers and scored 15 for Ashland (2-0).

Kelsey George scored 10 for Phoenix.

PHOENIX (31) — Horton 2, Welborn 3, George 10, Bradford 4, Helm 6, Engle 0, D. Tally 0, C. Talley 6. Totals: 10 7-9 31.

ASHLAND (57) — Shulenberger 4, Van Vleck 8, Sturges 4, Minor 0, Kasiah 3, Reynolds 15, Pavlich 0, Patton 4, Gida 17, Michiels 2. Totals: 23 5-7 57.

Phoenix 7 7 9 8 — 31

Ashland 17 16 10 14 — 57

3-point goals — Phoenix 4 (Welborn 1, George 1, Helm 2), Ashland 6 (Van Vleck 1, Kasiah 1, Reynolds 3, Gida 1). Fouled out — Gida.

JV score — Ashland 39, Phoenix 18.

HENLEY 71, EAGLE POINT 35 — At Eagle Point, Cori Wallace had 28 points on 12 of 20 shooting to lead Henley in the nonconference rout.

Eagle Point (1-1) was outscored 20-3 in the second quarter after trailing only 17-14 following the first quarter.

Jen Fernandes lead the Eagles with 12 points.

HENLEY (71) — Scholer 3, Castle 9, Doke 3, Conley 4, Morgan 8, Carlton 16, Wallace 28, Poetsch 0. Totals: 30 6-12 71.

EAGLE POINT (35) — Richardson 6, S. Rodgers 3, Fernandes 12, Hernandez 1, C. Rodgers 2, Hunsley 6, Bradshaw 2, McCready 3, Snow 0, Morris 0. Totals: 12 10-22 35.

Henley 17 20 20 14 —71

Eagle Point 14 3 6 12 —35

3-point goals — Henley 5 (Carlton 1, Wallace 4), Eagle Point 1 (Fernandes 1).

JV result — Henley won.

ROGUE RIVER 62, CHILOQUIN 50 — At Chiloquin, Alli Ehrhardt tied her career high with 19 points and Crystal Lara and Brittany Coulter each had a career-best 11 points to lead Rogue River to the season-opening victory.

Kelly Maxey added 12 points and five assists, while Jesse Sondag had 11 rebounds and Ehrhardt added eight boards for the Chieftains.

Rogue River forced 32 turnovers and led 50-26 before Chiloquin battled back behind 12 points from Shahnie Clark.

ROGUE RIVER (62) — Lara 11, Ehrhardt 19, Summers 2, B. Coulter 11, A. Coulter 2, Maxey 12, King 5, Cullotta 0, Sondag 0, Jessee 0. Totals: 19 21-32 62.

CHILOQUIN (50) — Fal. Case 6, Far. Case 4, Knight 9, Clark 12, Weiser 10, Miller 9, Mitchell 0. Totals: 19 11-30 50.

Rogue River 19 18 15 10 — 62

Chiloquin 12 12 14 12 — 50

3-point goals — Rogue River 3 (Ehrhardt 1, B. Coulter 1, Maxey 1), Chiloquin 1 (Fal. Case 1). Fouled out — A. Coulter, Weiser.

JV score — Rogue River 38, Chiloquin 17.

ST. MARY'S 57, RIDDLE 24 — Katie Bates had 10 points and seven rebounds to lead St. Mary's to the home win.

Four of Bates' rebounds were on the offensive end.

Mary Bennion came off the bench and sparked the Crusaders (2-0) in the second quarter with a 3-pointer and five of her seven points. Abby Steinsiek contributed four steals.

RIDDLE (24) — Rogers 0, Van Auken 5, Leichner 1, Nash 0, Hansen 0, Gianotti 4, Hanson 2, Riekeman 8, Kremer 0, Hunt 4. Totals: 7 8-18 24.

ST. MARY'S (57) — Bennion 7, D. Valdez 0, Provost-Shean 8, Steinsiek 8, Krieser 4, Street 6, Adderson 4, Bates 10, V. Valdez 8, Alvarez 2. Totals: 27 2-4 57.

Riddle 5 4 9 6 — 24

St. Mary's 12 23 14 8 — 57

3-point goals — Riddle 2 (Riekeman 2), St. Mary's 1 (Bennion 1).

JV result — St. Mary's won.

BUTTE FALLS 26, CANYONVILLE CHRISTIAN 23 — At Canyonville, Beth Sutfin had seven points, six rebounds and three steals to lead Butte Falls to a win over the hosts of the Canyonville Christian Tournament.

Mariah Moore added six points, five rebounds and three steals for the Loggers (1-1), who play Open Door Christian Academy at 4:30 p.m. today.

BUTTE FALLS (26) — Kirkpatrick 4, Moore 6, Sutfin 7, Givens 6, Driskell 3, Dearmore 0, Garote 0, Hobbs 0. Totals: 10 6-14 26.

CANYONVILLE CHRISTIAN (23) — Giordano 0, Choi 2, Stalford 11, Sandrali 0, Song 0, Zhanbolat 4, Johns 6. Totals: 7 6-12 23.

Butte Falls 4 4 8 10 — 26

Canyonville Christian 6 8 6 3 — 23

3-point goals — Canyonville Christian 1 (Stalford 1). Fouled out — Johns.