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South Medford boys can't slow down sizzling Summit

BEND — South Medford got off to a fast start, but it didn't last long in a 69-60 nonconference boys basketball loss to Summit Friday.

The Panthers opened with a 10-1 spurt, but the Storm, which shot a whopping 75 percent for the game, answered with a 21-1 run and led by 18 at halftime, 43-25.

South Medford (1-2) cut the deficit to four in the final period but could get no closer.

"We just didn't play hard the first half," said Panthers coach Dennis Murphy. "Surely we didn't defend hard enough or well enough and then we shot poorly."

Summit was 24 of 32 from the field. Nineteen of the shots were layups, and it made 16 of them.

"They were very patient offensively," said Murphy. "They got the shots they wanted."

Meanwhile, South Medford was 4 of 26 on 3-point attempts.

Josh Havird scored 18 for the Panthers and added seven assists and three steals. Tevyn Mercer had 14 points and nine rebounds.

SOUTH MEDFORD (60) — Brassel 6, Retzlaff 5, Shanklin-Rice 2, Pearson 0, Seutter 12, Havird 18, Pratt 2, Mercer 14, Voss 0, Wallan 1. Totals: 23-58 10-16 60.

SUMMIT (69) — Absalon 9, Huckins 18, Norby 3, Mouser 0, Michalski 0, Heinly 14, Meagher 18, Stelk 2, Wettig 3, Moore 2. Totals: 24-32 13-19 69.

South Medford 12 13 21 14 — 60

Summit 22 21 9 17 — 69

3-point goals — South Medford 4-26 (Retzlaff 1, Seutter 2, Havird 1), Summit 8 (Absalon 1, Huckins 3, Heinly 4). Fouled out — Meagher.

JV score — South Medford 54, Summit 36.

BEND 68, NORTH MEDFORD 57 — At Bend, Taylor Raterman nailed three of his four 3-pointers in the opening quarter, when host Bend made 6 of 7 from beyond the arc to jump out to a double-digit lead.

The Lava Bears led by as many as 22 points in the second half before North Medford cut the deficit to two points with about five minutes remaining. However, Bend broke the Black Tornado's press on several possessions and held on for the victory.

Matt Maurer had 13 points, 10 rebounds, six steals and four assists for North Medford (1-2). Teammates Jared Knox and Sean Phillips added 14 and 10 points, respectively.

Raterman finished with 23 points.

NORTH MEDFORD (57) — Brown 2, Maurer 13, Mautz 6, Phillips 10, Faust 0, Bradshaw 5, Levos 7, Knox 14, Browne-Moore 0. Totals: 19-56 15-19 57.

BEND (68) — Friesen 4, Crook 3, Platsman 8, Torkelsen 0, Lacter 7, Raterman 23, Apodaca 15, Kau 8. Totals: 23-42 15-22 68.

North Medford 11 7 20 19 — 57

Bend 22 15 7 24 — 68

3-point goals — North Medford 4 (Bradshaw 1, Phillips 2, Knox 1), Bend 7 (Raterman 4, Lacter 1, Friesen 1, Platsman 1). Fouled out — Maurer.

SILVERTON 67, ASHLAND 65 — At Silverton, Ashland's Mason Costantino scored 24 points but left the game with a sprained ankle early in the third quarter and did not return during the nonconference loss to Silverton.

The Grizzlies (2-4), who trailed by as many as 11 points shortly after Costantino suffered the injury, rallied to take a 65-64 lead on an Adam Pavlich layin with eight seconds to play.

Silverton, however, answered with a 3-pointer to seal the win with five seconds left.

ASHLAND (65) — Costantino 24, Kendall 2, Pavlich 10, Chasmar 4, Hansen 15, Resch 5, Foley 5, Hitchko 0. Totals: 20 17-24 65.

SILVERTON (67) — Burtan 14, Gould 7, Warriner 4, Ross 2, Martin 11, Dellando 11, Genglev 9, Preston 8, Hentzeld 1. Totals: 23 17-25 67.

Ashland 13 20 14 18 —65

Silverton 16 22 20 9 —67

3-point goals — Ashland 8 (Costantino 4, Hansen 3, Pavlich 1), Silverton 4 (Gould 1, Warriner 1, Martin 1, Preston 1). Fouled out — Resch.

WEST ALBANY 85, CRATER 69 — At Albany, host West Albany used a 22-0 run to end the third quarter and erase a nine-point deficit.

Jordan Douglas had 19 points, Sam Clark 13, Josh Dalton 11 and Thomas Reed added 10 for Crater (0-2), which failed to score in the final 4:30 of the third quarter.

Chase Thomas scored 21 points to lead West Albany.

CRATER (69) — Crowl 4, Martin 3, Douglas 19, Etchison 0, Clark 13, Dalton 11, Reed 10, Bolton 0, Lacey 7, Morgan 0, Massey 2. Totals: 27 11-20 69.

WEST ALBANY (85) — Thomas 21, Evens 13, McClain 0, Metzer 7, Litchenchayer 6, Van Easen 9, Merrill 7, Burner 5, Avery 9, Wells 0, Sherwood 8. Totals: 31 16-30 85.

Crater 18 14 15 22 — 69

West Albany 16 18 26 25 — 85

3-point goals — Crater 4 (Martin 1, Clark 1, Dalton 1, Lacey 1), West Albany 7 (Thomas 2, Metzer 1, Burner 1, Van Easen 1, Sherwood 2). Fouled out — Douglas, Sherwood.

JV result — West Albany won.

PHOENIX 58, TENISON WOODS 41 — At Phoenix, Alex Young and Matt Lapat combined to shoot 11 of 13 from the field and scored 27 points for Phoenix (3-0) in its own tournament.

Young, who was 4 of 5 on 3-pointers, had 16 points, five rebounds, two assists and two steals. Lapat and Tyler Dungannon had 11 points each and Skyler Reagan six rebounds for the Pirates, who play Sutherlin at 7 tonight.

Cameron Kennedy scored 15 for Tenison Woods, a team from Australia.

TENISON WOODS (41) — Braithwaite 3, Gallio 7, Kennedy 15, Ferguson-Lane 5, Gustavsson 9, Feast 0, Walker 0, Dewar 2. Totals: 15 8-12 41.

PHOENIX (58) — Treadway 4, Young 16, Lapat 11, Reagan 8, Toney 2, Loper 2, Hobson 1, Dungannon 11, Richardson 3, Bohn 0, Brown 0. Totals: 24 6-12 58.

Tenison Woods 7 10 9 15 — 41

Phoenix 14 21 14 9 — 58

3-point goals — Tenison Woods 3 (Gallio 1, Ferguson-Lane 1, Gustavsson 1), Phoenix 4 (Young 4). Fouled out — Gallio.

HIDDEN VALLEY 65, YREKA (Calif.) 53 — At Mt. Shasta, Calif., Hidden Valley (2-0) made it to the title game of the Mt. Shasta Tournament behind Dylan Armanino's 22 points and five assists and Taylor Bars' 15 points and 11 rebounds.

Cody Krauss added 11 points and nine boards.

YREKA (53) — Eng 20, D. Fisher 12, Dow 6, White 6, Barlow 5, Watkins 2, Humphrey 2, Z. Fisher 0, Hall 0. Totals: 18 9-15 53.

HIDDEN VALLEY (65) — Armanino 22, Bars 15, Krauss 11, Kanemoto 10, Suthann 6, Faust 1, Ketelsen 0, Morse 0. Totals: 26 6-11 65.

Yreka 8 9 19 16 — 53

Hidden Valley 18 14 10 23 — 65

3-point goals — Yreka 8 (Eng 5, White 2, Barlow 1), Hidden Valley 7 (Bars 2, Armanino 2, Kanemoto 2, Krauss 1).

ILLINOIS VALLEY 70, PIERCE (Calif.) 67, 2OT — At Mt. Shasta, Calif., battling the flu, Fred Hults entered the game late in regulation and the Illinois Valley sophomore didn't disappoint.

He hit the game-tying 3-pointer at the buzzer and scored 11 of the Cougars' (1-3) 20 overtime points at the Mt. Shasta Tournament.

Hults' older brother, Roger, finished had 25 points, 13 rebounds, eight steals and seven assists. Ben Kendall added 13 points.

Kendall and Roger and Fred Hults each made two free throws in the final two minutes of the second overtime.

ILLINOIS VALLEY (70) — To. Mikels 5, F. Hults 11, Tr. Mikels 7, Robbins 0, Bethke 5, R. Hults 25, Free 0, Kendall 13, McLaughlin 4. Totals: 22 22-38 70.

PIERCE (67) — Perez 11, Duncan 3, McCullagh 2, Hueria 10, Godinez 22, Meza 0, Tapia 2, T. Diaz 11, S. Diaz 6. Totals: 27 11-25 67.

Illinois Valley 14 13 17 6 10 10 — 70

Pierce 10 14 16 10 10 7 — 67

3-point goals — Illinois Valley 4 (R. Hults 3, F. Hults 1). Pierce 2 (Hueria 2). Fouled out — To. Mikels, T. Diaz, S. Diaz.

ROGUE RIVER 65, MCKENZIE 64, OT — At Rogue River, Darren Taylor made two free throws with 5.6 seconds remaining to lift host Rogue River to the overtime win and a trip to the Premier West Bank Holiday Classic championship.

The Chieftains will play Hidden Valley JV for the title today at 6:30 p.m.

Brendan Schoner scored 21 points and had six assists, and Taylor and Jonny Garcia each had 10 points for Rogue River (3-1).

MCKENZIE (64) — Harbick 2, Dircky 13, Totten 5, Reese 5, Wiley 11, Nastasnik 0, Dundon 20, Cline 8. Totals: 22 17-28 64.

ROGUE RIVER (65) — Schoner 21, Watson 7, Krause 5, Brown 9, Garcia 10, Johnson 0, McBee 0, Reyes 3, Taylor 10. Totals: 24 8-17 65.

McKenzie 8 19 17 15 5 — 64

Rogue River 13 16 20 10 6 — 65

3-point goals — McKenzie 3 (Totten 1, Reese 1, Wiley 1). Rogue River 9 (Reyes 1, Watson 1, Krause 1, Schoner 6). Fouled out — Krause, Watson.

ST. MARY'S 57, REGIS 44 — At Tri River, St. Mary's Lou Gambee had 20 points and five rebounds as the Crusaders rolled in the East Linn Silver Cross Tournament.

Connor O'Boyle contributed 13 points, three assists and three steals for the sixth-ranked Crusaders (4-0) and Chris Bates added 10 points and five boards.

REGIS (44) — Webb 2, Miguel 0, Ochieser 10, Johnson 8, Hestenhouse 0, Lulay 3, Pichrilli 7, Bittel 2, Heiberghel 8, Haun 4. Totals: 16 8-18 44.

ST. MARY'S (57) — O'Boyle 13, Reeder 0, Grant 2, Harper 12, Gambee 20, Bates 10, Buckmister 0, Britton 0, Gervais 0. Totals: 19 15-21 57.

Regis 6 9 10 19 — 44

St. Mary's 14 14 16 13 — 57

3-point goals — Regis 3 (Johnson 2, Pichrilli 1), St. Mary's 4 (O'Boyle 2, Bates 2). Technical fouls — Regis bench, Heiberghel. Fouled out — Lulay, Heiberghel, Ochieser.

BUTTE FALLS 52, ST. MARY'S JV 30 — At Butte Falls, Harley Casillas had 17 points, seven steals and three assists and Josh McGonagle and Quinton Weaver ruled the boards for Butte Falls in its own tournament.

Weaver had 12 points and 14 rebounds and McGonagle 11 points and 15 rebounds for the Loggers (3-1), who had a 46-20 edge on the boards.

Butte Falls faces the Cascade Christian JV at 4:45 p.m. today.

ST. MARY'S JV (30) — Ross 7, Alvarez 3, Conway 2, Roberts 2, Marchini 1, Eccleston 4, Parsons 4, Wall 2, Juncal 5, Zhaoyi 0, Street 0. Totals: 13 3-9 30.

BUTTE FALLS (52) — Casillas 17, Weaver 12, McGonagle 11, Eller 2, Gower 2, Adams 4, C. Dunham 2, D. Dunham 2, Goodman 0, Thompson 0, Ramirez 0. Totals: 22 8-20 52.

St. Mary's JV 10 6 8 6 — 30

Butte Falls 13 10 14 15 — 52

3-point goals — St. Mary's JV 1 (Ross 1).