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Krieser sparks St. Mary's girls

Mackenzie Krieser is a luxury for the Class 2A second-ranked St. Mary's girls basketball team.

Krieser came off the bench to spark the Crusaders to a 46-26 victory over Class 3A Cascade Christian in the opening round of the Wells Fargo Advisors Christmas Classic Thursday at Cascade Christian High.

Krieser, a junior wing, scored nine of her game-high 15 points in the first half to help St. Mary's (6-1) take a 24-13 lead at the break. Krieser added four steals.

"(Krieser) was big both offensively and defensively," said St. Mary's coach Rick Jackson. "And she's done that all season long. She makes things happen."

St. Mary's received good production from post players Kylee Adderson and Katie Bates. The junior Adderson scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds, while Bates, a senior, came up with 10 points and seven rebounds.

Aleena Cesaro led Cascade Christian (4-1) with seven points.

ST. MARY'S (46) — Bennion 0, D. Valdez 1, Provost-Shean 0, Steinsiek 4, Krieser 15, Street 0, Adderson 14, Bates 10, V. Valdez 2. Totals: 17 11-16 46.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (26) — Brown 2, Aguilar 4, Hallmark 3, J. Martinez 0, Cesaro 7, Martin 0, Vondra 2, Sellers 2, Ballard 0, Cochran 6, V. Martinez 0. Totals: 6 14-23 26.

St. Mary's 15 9 11 11 — 46

Cascade Christian 5 8 6 7 — 26

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

NYSSA 63, ROGUE RIVER 54, OT — Marissa Gonzalez scored 19 points to lead Nyssa to the opening-round win in overtime at Cascade Christian High School.

The Bulldogs play host Phoenix at 5:45 p.m. today in the semifinals.

Kelly Maxey hit three 3-pointers and had 20 points for Rogue River (4-3), which plays North Medford JV today at 5:45 p.m. in a consolation game at Phoenix High.

Teammate Alli Ehrhardt added 17 points and four blocks. Jesse Sondag had 10 points and 10 rebounds for Rogue River.

NYSSA (63) — B. Bittinger 3, A. Bittinger 14, Hysell 7, Hernandez 2, Jones 10, Gonzalez 19, Armenta 2, Rodriguez 6, Ramos 0. Totals: 19 19-26 63.

ROGUE RIVER (54) — Lara 1, Ehrhardt 17, B. Coulter 2, Cullotta 2, Sondag 10, Maxey 20, Jessee 2, A. Coulter 0, King 0, Fricke 0. Totals: 19 12-26 54.

Nyssa 15 19 13 13 13 — 63

Rogue River 10 10 14 16 4 — 54

3-point goals — Nyssa 6 (A. Bittinger 2, Rodriguez 2, Jones 1, B. Bittinger 1), Rogue River 4 (Maxey 3, Ehrhardt 1). Fouled out — A. Bittinger, Maxey.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN JV 43, ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 23 — Michelle Kinney scored 11 points to lead Cascade Christian JV to the win at the Pavilion.

The Challengers led 12-0 within the first five minutes before the game was delayed approximately 20 minutes because of a fire alarm.

Allison Cool had 11 points for Rogue Valley Adventist.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST (23) — Echler 0, Hoque 0, Wood 3, Cool 11, O'Reilly 3, Mailand 1, Leffingwell 3, Gilmore 0, Armstrong 2, Meza 0, Haugen 0. Totals: 7 7-16 23.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN JV (43) — T. Brown 4, Hunt 4, Cochran 8, Zimmerer 4, Kinney 11, Gallow 4, B. Brown 2, Martinez 2, Britton 2, Higday 2. Totals: 16 11-22 43.

Rogue Valley Adventist 4 7 6 6 — 23

Cascade Christian 16 7 6 14 — 43

3-point goals — Rogue Valley Adventist 1 (Cool 1). Fouled out — Mailand.

UMPQUA VALLEY CHRISTIAN 32, BUTTE FALLS 24 — At Phoenix, Hannah Hawkins scored 17 points to lead UVC to the first-round win.

Allie Givens had 11 points and Mariah Moore added six to pace Butte Falls (2-4),.

BUTTE FALLS (24) — Givens 11, Garote 0, Kirkpatrick 2, Moore 6, B. Ferguson 0, Hobbs 2, Sutfin 3, Driskell 0. Totals: 10 4-11 24.

UMPQUA VALLEY CHRISTIAN (32) — Hawkins 17, Rocco 4, Schroeder 0, Smith 6, Underwood 4, Gurney 0, Crawford 1, Logerstedt 0. Totals: 12 7-20 32.

Butte Falls 2 5 10 7 — 24

Umpqua Valley Christian 8 5 7 12 — 32

3-point goals — Umpqua Valley Christian 1 (Hawkins 1). Fouled out — Driskell.

Boys

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 57, ST. MARY'S 33 — Eli Hoffman and Colton Cochran each had 12 points to lead Cascade Christian to the opening-round victory at Cascade Christian High School.

Hoffman drilled two 3-pointers for the Challengers, who host Burns at 7:30 tonight in a semifinal.

St. Mary's, which got seven points from Chris Bates, plays Clatskanie at 12:30 p.m. in a consolation game at Cascade Christian High.

ST. MARY'S (33) — O'Boyle 0, Alvarez 0, Reeder 3, Grant 4, Harper 3, Gervais 6, Gambee 6, Bates 7, Peterson 1, Britton 3. Totals: 10 12-16 33.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (57) — Siliga 0, Morse 0, Marshall 8, Sosey 2, M. Smith 0, Litton 8, Hoffman 12, Joffer 8, Rasmussen 2, A. Smith 5, Cochran 12. Totals: 26 3-12 57.

St. Mary's 5 5 7 16 — 33

Cascade Christian 15 9 14 19 — 57

3-point goals — St. Mary's 1 (Bates 1), Cascade Christian 2 (Hoffman 2).

NYSSA 78, ROGUE RIVER 41 — Jeremiah Leos and Seth Glenn each had 15 points to lead Nyssa to the first-round win at Cascade Christian High.

Dustin Krouse tallied 13 points and Jonny Garcia had eight points and six rebounds for Rogue River (4-3). Senior leader Cole Watson was held scoreless for the first time this season.

NYSSA (78) — Leos 15, Glenn 15, Shimer 11, Fiscarelli 9, Martinez 4, Trainidad 2, Jensen 12, Froever 10. Totals: 33 9-18 78.

ROGUE RIVER (41) — Krouse 13, Schoner 3, Watson 0, Taylor 0, Garcia 8, Johnson 2, McBee 0, Reyes 6, Barella 0, Hagopian 2, Donahue 0, Valencia 0, Brown 7. Totals: 16 5-12 41.

Nyssa 16 20 20 22 — 78

Rogue River 8 12 14 7 — 41

3-point goals — Nyssa 3 (Fiscarelli 1, Leos 1, Glenn 1), Rogue River 4 (Schoner 1, Krouse 2, Brown 1). Technical fouls — Rogue River assistant coach 2.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN JV 66, ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 45 — At Phoenix, Davis Siliga had 19 points and Eric Morse added 14 to lead Cascade Christian JV to the tournament victory.

Robert Denton had 20 points, nine rebounds and four assists to lead Rogue Valley Adventist (1-3).

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST (45) — Denton 20, Wold 6, Jos. Alvarez 6, J. Wood 5, DeLaVega 2, Gilley 6, Jo. Alvarez 0, Z. Wood 0. Totals: 19-40 7-12 45.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN JV (66) — Morse 14, Sha 9, Brown 4, Sosey 2, Miller 2, Siliga 19, M. Smith 7, A. Smith 3, Carpenter 2, Alexander 2, Macham 2, Williams 0. Totals: 30-59 4-9 66.

Rogue Valley Adventist 11 15 16 3 — 45

Cascade Christian JV 14 22 20 10 —66

3-point goals — Cascade Christian JV 2-8 (Sha 1, Siliga 1).

PHOENIX 61, FOREST LAKE CHRISTIAN 41 — At Phoenix, Tyler Dungannon tallied 23 points as Phoenix rallied from a five-point halftime deficit against the school from Auburn, Calif.

Sophomore point guard Alex Young added 17 points and 10 rebounds for the undefeated Pirates (6-0).

Phoenix will face Nyssa in today's semifinals at 4 p.m. at Cascade Christian High.

FOREST LAKE CHRISTIAN — Camacho 6, Masumbuko 6, Ritchart 23, Knapp 2, Van Winkle 4, Phillips 0, Brainard 0, Boatman 0, Beste 0. Totals: 19 0-2 41

PHOENIX (61) — Young 17, Lapat 4, Reagan 14, Dungannon 23, Treadway 3, Bohn 0, Hobson 0. Totals: 25 7-9 61.

Forest Lake Christian 13 18 6 4 — 41

Phoenix 14 12 18 17 — 61

3-point goals — Forest Lake Christian 3 (Ritchart 3), Phoenix 4 (Dungannon 3, Young 1).