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Balanced Crater takes down Eagle Point

CENTRAL POINT — Crater came up with its best game of the season and defeated Eagle Point, 74-70 in overtime, in nonconference boys basketball Tuesday.

Five Comets scored in double figures, led by sophomores Cody Dismukes and R.J. Morgan, with 24 and 15 points, respectively.

"We've never had that before," Crater coach John Parent said of the balanced attack. "It was about time. We played really well and shot the ball really well."

The victory ended a six-game losing streak and was only the second in the last 12 games for the Comets (4-10).

Eagle Point (6-9) got 29 points from Logan Winter, including two big baskets to help force overtime and seven in the extra session.

Crater led by eight entering the fourth, but the Eagles rallied. Winter banked in a long 3-pointer and made another basket to tie it at 60-60. Crater missed a layup with 18 seconds left, but Eagle Point missed a last-second shot.

In overtime, Crater scored the first six points, then Justin Martin made four free throws in the final 15 seconds to seal it. Martin, who scored seven in the overtime, and Morgan each had 3s in OT.

Dismukes had nine rebounds and four assists and Morgan eight rebounds and six assists.

Jordan Douglas produced 11 points, seven steals and seven rebounds, and Martin and Jeremy Seiver each scored 10.

"We executed phenomenally," said Parent. "We ran our sets to perfection and jumped up our defense."

Zach Reed scored 12 and Tyrone Holmes 11 for the Eagles.

EAGLE POINT (70) — Winter 29, Bolston 9, Flores 4, Snow 0, Holmes 11, Chavez 12, Reed 5. Totals: 26 10-17 70.

CRATER (74) — Dismukes 24, Rodman 0, Martin 10, Seiver 10, Neal 4, Funderburk 0, Douglas 11, Morgan 15. Totals: 26 17-21 74.

Eagle Point 11 19 13 17 10 — 70

Crater 18 20 13 9 14 — 74

3-point goals — Eagle Point 8 (Bolston 2, Winter 2, Chavez 4), Crater 5 (Martin 2, Morgan 3). Fouled out — Seiver. Technical foul — Funderburk.

JV result — Eagle Point won.

ROSEBURG 48, GRANTS PASS 27 — At Grants Pass, Micah Audiss scored 10 points to lead a balanced Roseburg attack.

The 10th-ranked Indians (10-3, 4-0 SOH) led 12-9 after the first quarter, then gradually pulled away. Roseburg's Bradley Seehawer and Shane Van Horn added eight points each.

For Grants Pass (5-9, 1-3 SOH), Hunter Fields scored nine points.

ROSEBURG (48) — Audiss 10, Seehawer 8, Weber 7, Cole 0, Mauro 2, Spaulding 2, Leach 2, Van Horn 8, Stiefel 4, Priestley 2, Nelson 0, Backen 0, Lent 3. Totals: 19 6-14 48.

GRANTS PASS (27) — Fields 9, Emptage 3, Griggs 2, Bennett 3, Evens 3, Scriven 2, Meadows 0, Etheridge 3, Tardieu 2, Mahr 0, Richardson 0. Totals: 6 6-14 27.

Roseburg 12 8 15 13 — 48

Grants Pass 9 4 6 8 — 27

3-point goals — Roseburg 3 (Van Horn 2, Seehawer 1, Weber 1), Grants Pass 3 (Fields 2, Evens 1).

Skyline Conference

PHOENIX 70, KLAMATH UNION 60 — At Klamath Falls, Alex Young scored 17 of his 29 points in the second half to propel fifth-ranked Phoenix.

With Klamath Union trying to stop Young and Tyler Dungannon by using a triangle-and-two defense, senior Alex Hobson and junior Calvin Loper were effective for the Pirates (10-4, 3-1 Skyline). Hobson scored 18 points, grabbed six rebounds and had four assists, while Loper added 11 points.

Alex Stork scored 24 points to pace the Pelicans (6-9, 1-3).

PHOENIX (70) — Young 29, Hobson 18, Loper 11, Dungannon 9, T. Keith 2, Brown 1, Richardson 0, Campoy 0, Bohn 0. Totals: 27 13-16 70.

KLAMATH UNION (60) — Stork 24, Goebel 16, Miles 15, Crawford 3, Bocchi 2, Calarruda 0, Kuhlman 0. Totals: 23 10-13 60.

Phoenix 20 13 20 17 — 70

Klamath Union 13 15 17 15 — 60

3-point goals — Phoenix 3 (Hobson 1, Young 1, Loper 1), Klamath Union 4 (Miles 3, Crawford 1), Fouled out — Richardson. Technical foul — Goebel.

JV result — Klamath Union won.

MAZAMA 49, HIDDEN VALLEY 41, OT — At Murphy, Hidden Valley controlled the tempo of the game and came within five seconds of knocking off Class 4A top-ranked Mazama.

Darius Jackson scored on a layup with under five seconds remaining to tie the score 37-all, then missed a free throw that would have given the Vikings the lead. Braden Monnet missed a desperation shot at the buzzer for the Mustangs (7-9, 2-2 Skyline).

Mazama (14-1, 4-0) then outscored Hidden Valley 12-4 in overtime.

Monnet paced Hidden Valley with 10 points and Kaleb Krauss added nine.

Daniel Mathis led Mazama with 19 points and Jackson finished with 13.

MAZAMA (49) — Mathis 19, Jackson 13, Wynne 7, G. Hall 8, Robinson 2, Evans 0, W. Hall 0. Totals: 19 9-17 49.

HIDDEN VALLEY (41) — Monnet 10, Krauss 9, Suthann 7, Garrison 7, Craig 4, Morse 4, Broadhead 0, Shorb 0. Totals: 14 7-14 41.

Mazama 8 5 14 10 12 — 49

Hidden Valley 9 10 10 8 4 — 41

3-point goals — Mazama 2 (Wynne 2), Hidden Valley 6 (Monnet 1, Krauss 3, Suthann 1, Morse 1). Fouled out — Morse.

JV result — Mazama won.

NORTH VALLEY 66, HENLEY 51 — At Merlin, North Valley senior Dane Anderson scored 24 points to accompany five rebounds, four steals and three assists in the Skyline win.

Kevin Brazille, a sophomore point guard, contributed four rebounds, four assists and two steals to go with six points for the Knights (10-7, 2-2 Skyline).

Senior wing Olly Hayter responded with 11 points in his first varsity start.

HENLEY (51) — Pena 18, Peterson 15, Hosack 5, Gordon 5, Sherrill 4, Cullen 2, Mueller 2, Johnson 0, Alves 0, Aispuro 0. Totals: 16 15-22 51.

NORTH VALLEY (66) — Anderson 24, Hayter 11, Rusk 8, Herklotz 7, Vandehey 6, Brazille 6, Pughe 4, Hannah 0, Chelly 0. Totals: 27 11-18 66.

Henley 13 12 12 14 — 51

North Valley 18 20 14 14 — 66

3-point goals — Henley 4 (Gordon 1, Pena 2, Hosack 1), North Valley 1 (Anderson 1).

JV result — North Valley won.

Southern Cascade Hybrid

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 62, ST. MARY'S 44 — Eric Morse scored 21 points as visiting Cascade Christian steadily pulled away in the SCH contest for its 47th straight league win dating to 2007.

Morse was 5-for-5 on 3-pointers, and the 6-foot-3 post grabbed 11 rebounds for the Challengers (9-5, 2-0 SCH). Mason Smith added 13 points, Davis Siliga scored 10 and Wyatt Sosey had six assists and six steals.

Trenton Eccleston scored 18 for St. Mary's (8-6, 1-2), and Ryan Ross had 10. Sophomore post Holden Britton recorded 10 rebounds and four blocks, and Noah Conway had seven assists.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (62) — Morse 21, Siliga 10, Sosey 5, M. Smith 13, Miller 5, Sellers 2, A. Smith 6, Mecham 0, Williams 0, Carpater 0, Joffer 0. Totals: 22 10-21 62.

ST. MARY'S (44) — Eccleston 18, Alvarez 1, Gambee 0, Conway 5, Ross 10, Valdez 0, Benton 0, Juncal 3, Parsons 3, Britton 4. Totals: 17 8-17 44.

Cascade Christian 14 18 16 14 — 62

St. Mary's 8 13 6 17 — 44

3-point goals — Cascade Christian 8 (Siliga 3, Morse 5), St. Mary's 2 (Ross 2). Fouled out — Britton.

JV result — Cascade Christian won.

ILLINOIS VALLEY 68, ROGUE RIVER 37 — At Rogue River, Fred Hults and Roger Hults combined for 50 points as Illinois Valley remained unbeaten in the Southern Cascade Hybrid.

Fred Hults, a junior, scored 27 points to go with 11 rebounds and five assists, while the senior Roger Hults contributed 23 points, nine rebounds, five assists and four steals.

Illinois Valley (12-2, 2-0 SCH) outscored the Chieftains by a combined 41-20 in the second and third quarters.

For Rogue River (5-12, 0-3 SCH), senior guard Daniel Varela scored 13 points.

ILLINOIS VALLEY (68) — F. Hults 27, R. Hults 23, Bethke 1, Robbins 7, McLaughlin 6, Free 2, Paulson 2, Hoelzle 0, Welch 0. Totals: 26 13-21 68.

ROGUE RIVER (37) — McBee 5, Valencia 2, S. Donahue 6, Varela 13, T. Donahue 7, Hudson 2, Ayer 2, Escobar 0, Gretz 0, Lawson 0. Totals: 10 15-23 37.

Illinois Valley 11 20 21 16 — 68

Rogue River 3 10 10 14 — 37

3-point goals — Illinois Valley 3 (F. Hults 3), Rogue River 1 (Varela 1). Technical fouls — S. Donahue, Valencia.

JV result — Illinois Valley won.