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Minor, Ashland girls cruise to victory over Hidden Valley

MURPHY — Ashland's Allison Shulenberger provided some strong defense inside and Shelby Minor led the way offensively in the Grizzlies' 46-21 nonconference victory over Hidden Valley on Saturday.

Minor scored 13 points and Shulenberger had eight points for Ashland, which led by nine points at halftime and entering the fourth quarter. But in the final eight minutes, the Grizzlies outscored the Mustangs 20-3.

Both Minor and Shulenberger had four steals while playing an aggressive brand of defense.

Georgia Williams turned in 10 points for Ashland (8-7).

"The girls came out strong and confident and were aggressive to the basketball," Ashland head coach Emily Hesse said.

Jenna King had 13 points and Monasha Goree added 10 rebounds for Hidden Valley (2-14).

ASHLAND (46) — Shulenberger 8, Sad. Kasiah 1, Sar. Kasiah 6, Minor 13, Cochrane 2, Williams 10, Zehren 2, Pavlich 2, Thornton 2. Totals: 16-55 14-20 46.

HIDDEN VALLEY (21) — Lambert 2, Waggoner 6, King 11, Murphy 0, Goree 2, Hansen 0. Totals: 6-44 5-10 21.

Ashland 9 11 7 19 — 46

Hidden Valley 8 3 7 3 — 21

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 4-15 (Waggoner 2, King 2). Fouled out — Minor.

JV score — Ashland 37, Hidden Valley 36.

PHOENIX 39, EAGLE POINT 26 — At Phoenix, Phoenix jumped out to a 16-2 first-quarter lead in the nonconference game.

The Pirates (7-7) had 23 steals and point guard Delanie Tally led the way with 10. Roxy Ramirez paced the Phoenix attack with 15 points.

Phoenix sophomore forward Baylee Toney exhibited her versatility with seven points, 15 rebounds and five steals. Kasey Hamilton added 10 rebounds, five steals and four assists.

For Eagle Point (1-11), Alexia Hall tossed in a game-high 17 points.

EAGLE POINT (26) — Cowden 4, May 3, Hall 17, Johnson 2, Dovel 0, Nielson 0, Hoefft 0, Pena 0. Totals: 9 4-8 26.

PHOENIX (39) — Ramirez 15, D. Tally 7, Toney 7, Marshall 4, Hamilton 3, Serrano 3, Martinez 0, McAlister 0, Brown 0, B. Tally 0. Totals: 14 5-9 39.

Eagle Point 2 7 11 6 — 26

Phoenix 16 5 13 5 — 39

3-point goals — Eagle Point 4 (Hall 3, Cowden 1), Phoenix 6 (Ramirez 4, D. Tally 1, Serrano 1).

JV result — Phoenix won.

ROGUE RIVER 47, ETNA, CALIF., 46 — At Rogue River, Brittany Coulter scored 21 points and Alli Ehrhardt added 18 points and seven rebounds to propel Rogue River in nonconference play.

Coulter, a senior guard, scored nine in the fourth quarter. Rogue River's Ariana Lee knocked down one of her two free-throw attempts with about 10 seconds left to put her team ahead 47-46, then the Chieftains (11-5) got a defensive stop to preserve the victory.

Emma Angeletti grabbed nine rebounds and Emily Roldan pulled down eight for Rogue River.

ETNA (46) — Gutleben 8, Besoiun 3, Hanley 3, Menne 6, Hoyt 26, Eiler 0. Totals: 16 14-31 46.

ROGUE RIVER (47) — Lee 1, Ehrhardt 18, Coulter 21, Roldan 3, Angeletti 2, Smith 2, Moore 0, Pamplona 0, Kelly 0. Totals: 12 19-38 47.

Etna 12 12 7 15 — 46

Rogue River 8 22 4 13 — 47

3-point goals — Rogue River 4 (Coulter 3, Ehrhardt 1). Fouled out — Eiler, Gutleben, Ehrhardt, Angeletti.

JV result — Etna won.

TRIAD 39, BUTTE FALLS 38 — At Klamath Falls, Sarah Estabrook scored 19 points and banked in a game-winning 12-footer with three seconds remaining for Triad.

Tamika Funk recorded 16 points, five assists and four steals and Brandi O'Keefe added six points and seven rebounds for Butte Falls (4-10, 2-3 MVL).

The Loggers made just four of their 10 free-throw attempts in the final quarter against Triad (9-5, 4-1 MVL).

TRIAD (39) — E. Vanover 9, Trumbull 5, S. Borror 0, A. Borror 0, C. Stiller 4, J. Vanover 0, Estabrook 19, S. Stiller 2. Totals: 15 3-6 39.

BUTTE FALLS (38) — Kirkpatrick 6, Dearmore 0, Funk 16, O'Keefe 6, Hobbs 2, Givens 6, Creech 2. Totals: 16 6-13 38.

Triad 12 11 4 12 — 39

Butte Falls 10 4 14 10 — 38

3-point goals — Triad 2 (Estabrook 2).

HOSANNA CHRISTIAN 57, PROSPECT 34 — At Prospect, Taylor Reynolds had 12 points and eight rebounds to lead Prospect in Mountain Valley League play.

Heather Lass added four points and seven rebounds for the Cougars (4-9, 1-4 MVL).

Carly Bigby poured in 34 points for Hosanna Christian (13-3, 5-0 MVL), including 17 in the first quarter.

HOSANNA CHRISTIAN (57) — Sundet 5, P. Moro 7, B. Moro 0, Hampton 1, Bigby 34, Powless 0, Castle 8, Koepke 0, Thompson 0, Jones 2. Totals: 25 3-8 57.

PROSPECT (34) — H. Hedgpeth 4, Sizemore 0, M. Hedgpeth 2, Lass 4, Pinkerton 2, H. VanWormer 0, Reynolds 12, J. VanWormer 4, Bailey 4, Biando 2. Totals: 16 2-2 34.

Hosanna Christian 22 8 15 12 — 57

Prospect 2 14 6 12 — 34

3-point goals — Hosanna Christian 4.