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Fast start carries Crater to triumph

CENTRAL POINT — Crater jumped out early on Brookings-Harbor and cruised to a 60-33 nonconference girls basketball victory Tuesday.

The Comets (1-1) built a 24-9 lead after the opening quarter.

"Our defensive pressure got us some early turnovers and some good looks at the basket," said Crater coach JT Thomas.

Crater also used a 40-18 rebounding advantage to control the game. Senior post Kelly Ferris led the Comets with 12 boards.

Crater came up with 21 steals and forced 34 turnovers, although the Comets committed 29 turnovers of their own.

Crater's Shelby Owens and Becca Heard each had five steals and Owens pulled down seven rebounds.

"One of the issues for us tonight was the turnover bug," said Thomas. "But the kids did a good job rebounding. For the most part we limited them to one shot."

Ferris and Courtney Setzer scored 12 points each to lead the Comets.

BROOKINGS-HARBOR (33) — Coleman 15, L. Hatcher 6, Juarez 5, Gonzalez 3, Floyd 2, Rodgers 1, McDonald 1, Hart 0, S. Hatcher 0, Glazebrook 0, Baron 0, Keys 0, Young 0. Totals: 10 9-18 33.

CRATER (60) — Ferris 12, Setzer 12, Hampson 9, Scott 6, Young 6, McNichols 3, M. Heard 3, B. Heard 6, Owen 2, Guthrie 1, Lowder 0, Gavin 0. Totals: 26 5-9 60.

Brookings-Harbor 9 11 3 10 — 33

Crater 24 9 10 17 — 60

3-point goals — Brookings-Harbor 4 (Coleman 3, Juarez 1), Crater 3 (B. Heard 1, Hampson 1, M. Heard 1).

JV score — Crater 57, Brookings-Harbor 32.

ROSEBURG 47, CHURCHILL 34 — At Eugene, Maile Chong had 16 points and Shelby Snook added 14 points and six rebounds to help Roseburg improve to 1-1 overall with the nonleague win.

Danielle Duman notched 13 points to lead Churchill (0-2).

ROSEBURG (47) — Chong 16, Snook 14, Baumgartner 6, Johnson 4, Humphry 4, Griggs 3, Picknell 0, Estrada 0. Totals: 15-37 13-14 47.

CHURCHILL (34) — Duman 13, Montgomery 8, Brink 7, Haug 4, Allen 2, Bechen 0. Totals: 14-33 4-12 34.

Roseburg 11 14 14 8 — 47

Churchill 10 9 6 9 — 34

3-point goals — Roseburg 4 (Chong 2, Snook 2), Churchill 2 (Montgomery 1, Brink 1).

ASHLAND 40, HIDDEN VALLEY 20 — At Murphy, Ashland's Allison Shulenberger had 12 points and Shelby Minor added seven points and only two Hidden Valley players scored in the nonconference affair.

Shulenberger and Sarah Pavlich were key in Ashland (3-0) controlling the rebounding battle against the young Mustangs (0-2), who were led by 18 points from Jenna King and two points from Morgan Hansen. The Grizzlies managed 21 offensive rebounds.

ASHLAND (40) — Shulenberger 12, Sad. Kasiah 0, Sar. Kasiah 4, Minor 7, Haynes 2, Cochrane 4, Williams 4, Zehren 5, Pavlich 2, Thornton 0. Totals: 19 2-9 40.

HIDDEN VALLEY (20) — King 18, Hansen 2, Lambert 0, Taylor 0, McGuinness 0, Bars 0, Davis 0, Goree 0, Harmon 0. Totals: 8 2-6 20.

Ashland 11 9 10 10 — 40

HIdden Valley 4 9 0 7 — 20

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 2 (King 2).

JV score — Ashland 43, Hidden Valley 28.

ROGUE RIVER 45, EAGLE POINT 42 — At Eagle Point, Alli Ehrhardt poured in 20 points and had the game-winning bucket for Rogue River in nonconference play.

Ehrhardt, who also had five rebounds and three assists, picked off a pass, drove down for a layup and successfully converted a free throw attempt after being fouled to give Rogue River a three-point advantage with 15 seconds remaining. She scored 11 of her 20 in the fourth quarter, when the Chieftains went on a 15-2 run.

Casie Johnson, who fouled out midway through the fourth quarter, paced Eagle Point with 14 points, 11 rebounds and two steals. Megan Cowden added 10 points and Sydney May had 12 rebounds and four steals for the Eagles.

ROGUE RIVER (45) — Lee 5, Ehrhardt 20, Coulter 11, Roldan 3, Angeletti 4, Taylor 2. Totals: 14 13-25

EAGLE POINT (42) — Pena 2, Cowden 10, May 4, Hoefft 2, Hall 10, Johnson 14, Nielsen 0, Dovel 0, Thompson 0. Totals: 17 4-8 42.

Rogue River 11 3 16 15 — 45

Eagle Point 5 20 15 2 — 42

3-point goals — Rogue River 4 (Coulter 3, Roldan 1), Eagle Point 4 (Cowden 2, Hall 2). Fouled out — Pena, Johnson. Technical fouls — Cowden.

NORTH VALEY 55, ILLINOIS VALLEY 37 — At Merlin, North Valley charged to a 21-10 first-quarter lead and never trailed against winless Illinois Valley (0-4).

North Valley (1-2) was sparked by Kenzi Schmoll's 20 points and six rebounds. Kerissa D'Arpino chipped in 11 points and the Knights came up with 25 steals.

Sophomore Kim Crow led IV with seven points.

ILLINOIS VALLEY (37) — Crow 7, Burns 6, Vidales 6, Housholder 5, Barker 4, Augustadt 4, Dixon 4, Jones 1, T. Frederick 0, S. Frederick 0, Brooks 0, Stewart 0, LaFlamme 0, Wellen 0. Totals: 17 2-10 37.

NORTH VALLEY (55) — Schmoll 20, D'Arpino 11, McElheran 8, Scott 6, Gronholm 4, Sanders 4, Moore 2, Werner 0, Woolsey 0, Dart 0. Totals: 27 1-12 55.

Illinois Valley 10 5 10 12 — 37

North Valley 21 6 10 18 — 55

3-point goals—Illinois Valley 1 (Householder 1). Fouled Out — LaFlamme.

JV score— Illinois Valley 31, North Valley 25.

MAZAMA 71, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 59 — At Klamath Falls, Cascade Christian's Katie Aguilar had 16 points in the nonconference game.

Kelsey Cochran and Michelle Kinney had nine points apiece, Sydney Hunt added seven points and Meghan Higday grabbed seven rebounds for the Challengers (0-2).

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (59) — Aguilar 16, Martinez 4, Cochran 9, Hunt 7, Zimmerer 2, Kinney 9, K. Britton 6, M. Britton 2, Higday 4, Brown 0. Totals: 22 13-23 59.

MAZAMA (71) — Reynolds 21, Hen 5, Farris 2, Morris 9, Valencia 8, Oosterman 2, Smith 22, Morris 2, Hand 0, Truett 0, Mallams 0. Totals: 20 31-41 71.

Cascade Christian 12 14 11 22 — 59

Mazama 19 17 19 16 — 71

3-point goals — Cascade Christian 2 (Cochran 1, Hunt 1). Fouled out — Hunt, Cochran.

JV score — Cascade 34, Mazama 26.

ST. MARY'S 51, YREKA (CALIF.) 46 — At Yreka, Calif., junior post Nina Console scored eight of her 10 points and Lillian Martin connected on a pair of 3-pointers in the fourth quarter as St. Mary's rallied for the victory.

St. Mary's (2-0) led by 10 points at halftime but fell behind 37-36 in the fourth before going on a 15-9 run to end the game.

Emily Alvarez and Rose Alvarez each scored 12 points to pace the Crusaders' attack and Console had a team-high five rebounds.

ST. MARY'S (51) — DeBoer 0, E. Alvarez 12, Console 10, R. Alvarez 12, Martin 10, Holton 4, Vasey 3, Weiland 0, Ramsay 0, Juncal 0. Totals: 19 8-23 51.

YREKA (46) — Ke. Stoner 5, Ka. Stoner 2, Ensminger 6, Cash 10, Williams 2, Bummett 4, Ray 0, Deagan 5, Allen 6, Chaliebax 4, Hentz 2. Totals: 17 10-25 46.

St. Mary's 8 18 3 22 — 51

Yreka 6 10 11 19 — 46

3-point goals — St. Mary's 5 (Martin 3, R. Alvarez 1, E. Alvarez 1), Yreka 2 (Ke. Stoner 1, Ensminger 1). Fouled out — Ensminger, Cash. Technical foul — Juncal.

JV result — Yreka won.

PROSPECT 40, MILO ACADEMY 35 — At Prospect, Taylor Reynolds had 16 points and Jessica VanWormer added 12 for Prospect in nonconference action.

Heather Lass registered 10 rebounds and six steals, Alee Pinkerton eight points, six rebounds and four assists and Haley Hedgpeth six steals and three assists for the Cougars (1-1).

Lauryn Bumgarner paced Milo with 17 points.

MILO ACADEMY (35) — Bumgarner 17, Sexton 0, Shaffer 4, Ayala 2, Bovee 12, McGraw 0. Totals: 17 4-4 35.

PROSPECT (40) — J. VanWormer 12, Bailey 0, Lass 2, Pinkerton 8, M. Hedgpeth 2, Reynolds 16, H. VanWormer 0, Biando 0, Sizemore 0, H. Hedgpeth 0. Totals: 20 0-0 40.

Milo Academy 10 6 7 12 — 35

Prospect 12 8 8 12 — 40