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Challengers hang on for sixth straight

Cascade Christian senior forward Sydney Hunt saved her best stuff for last, scoring four of her 14 points late in the fourth quarter to help propel the Challengers to a 48-43 win over ninth-ranked St. Mary's in Southern Cascade Hybrid girls basketball at Cascade Christian High on Tuesday.

Kelsey Cochran added 13 points for the Challengers, who have won six straight.

Cascade Christian led by 14 entering the fourth quarter but allowed the Crusaders to come within two points with 1:03 remaining.

Enter Hunt, whose two buckets in the game's final 30 seconds — including one off a stolen inbounds pass — sealed the win.

"(St. Mary's) is a young team and we knew they would make a run," Cascade Christian head coach Marvin Denman said.

Meghan Higday had six points and nine rebounds for the Challengers (11-7, 2-0 SCH), who led 29-23 at halftime.

Lillian Martin scored 15 points and Rose Alvarez offered up 11 for St. Mary's (11-5, 1-2).

ST. MARY'S (43) — DeBoer 2, E. Alvarez 6, Console 5, R. Alvarez 11, Martin 15, Juncal 2, Weiland 2, Ramsay 0, Vasey 0. Totals: 14 12-19 43.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (48) — Aguilar 5, Cochran 13, Martinez 5, Hunt 14, Zimmerer 3, Jessee 2, Higday 6, Brown 0, Kinney 0, M. Britton 0. Totals: 16 12-25 48.

St. Mary's 14 9 5 15 — 43

Cascade Christian 14 15 13 6 — 48

3-point goals — St. Mary's 2 (R. Alvarez 2), Cascade Christian 1 (Zimmerer 1).

JV result — St. Mary's won.

ROGUE RIVER 53, ILLINOIS VALLEY 32 — At Cave Junction, Alli Ehrhardt poured in 23 points and Emily Roldan had 11 for Rogue River in Southern Cascade Hybrid play.

Ehrhardt, who scored 15 of her points in the third quarter, added seven rebounds and six assists for the Chieftains (12-5, 2-1 SCH).

Natalie Wellen led Illinois Valley (2-12, 0-2) with eight points.

ROGUE RIVER (53) — Ehrhardt 23, Roldan 11, Coulter 9, Lee 6, Angeletti 2, Taylor 2, Kelly 0, Pamplona 0, Smith 0, Lamar 0. Totals: 18 8-22 53.

ILLINOIS VALLEY (32) — Wellen 8, T. Frederick 5, Householder 1, Barker-Cortrecht 2, LaFlamme 3, Augustadt 2, Dixon 5, Crow 2, Burns 0, Vidales 4, S. Frederick 0, Brooks 0, Stewart 0, Burns 0. Totals: 12 8-24 32.

Rogue River 11 10 20 12 — 53

Illinois Valley 4 8 12 8 — 32

3-point goals — Rogue River 6 (Ehrhardt 3, Roldan 3). Fouled out — Lee, Vidales. Technical foul — Rogue River coach Ehrhardt.

CRATER 79, EAGLE POINT 25 — At Central Point, Crater rolled to a 51-8 halftime lead, then liberally shuttled in players in the nonconference contest.

The Comets (10-4) got 48 bench points against an Eagles (1-12) team made up mostly of freshmen.

Courtney Setzer, a 5-foot-10 freshman, had 16 points for Crater. She was 5 of 6 from the field, 2 of 3 on 3-pointers and 4 of 4 at the line. She also had five rebounds, two blocks and a steal.

Kasidy Cobb scored 11 points and Bailey Bascom 10. Cobb added four steals, and Bascom added three assists and two steals.

Casie Johnson scored 17 for Eagle Point.

EAGLE POINT (25) — Johnson 17, May 6, Hanks 2, Hines 0, Pena 0, Cowden 0, Hoefft 0, Hall 0, Partida 0, Nielsen 0, Dovel 0. Totals: 9 7-8 25.

CRATER (79) — Courtney Setzer 16, Cobb 11, Bascom 10, Scott 8, Ferris 8, Owen 5, B. Heard 5, Young 5, McNichols 4, Hampson 3, Guthrie 2, Gavin 2, M. Heard 0, Thomson 0. Totals: 30 10-13 79.

Eagle Point 6 2 5 12 — 25

Crater 26 25 12 16 — 79

3-point goals — Crater 9 (Setzer 2, Scott 2, Cobb 2, Hampson 1, B. Heard 1, Bascom 1).

JV score — Crater 69, Eagle Point 8.

GRANTS PASS 49, ROSEBURG 45 — At Grants Pass, senior Annie Edgar stepped up in the second half to help Grants Pass hold off Roseburg.

Edgar scored 15 of her game-high 19 points in the second half and pulled down nine rebounds.

Sophomore point guard Alexa Phillips added 16 points and four assists for the Cavers (8-5, 2-2 SOH).

ROSEBURG (45) — Snook 15, Humphry 8, Chong 2, Johnson 11, Thrush 0, Fox 0, Baumgartner 7, Picknell 2. Totals: 18 4-5 45.

GRANTS PASS (49) — Luker 2, Miller 3, Bice 2, Jordan 0, Phillips 16, Theriau 0, Davidson 7, Edgar 19. Totals: 19 7-11 49.

Roseburg 4 13 15 13 — 45

Grants Pass 8 17 13 11 — 49

3-point goals — Roseburg 5 (Snook 3, Johnson 2), Grants Pass 4 (Phillips, 3, Alexa, Miller 1). Fouled out — Picknell.

JV score — Grants Pass 29, Roseburg 22.

ASHLAND 62, YREKA 43 — At Yreka, Calif., Allison Shulenberger had 17 points, 13 rebounds and three steals to lead Ashland to the nonleague victory.

Sarah Pavlich added 15 points and four rebounds, Sadie Kasiah 12 points and three steals and Georgia Williams 12 points for the Grizzlies (9-7).

ASHLAND (62) — Shulenberger 17, Sad. Kasiah 12, Sar. Kasiah 0, Minor 6, Williams 12, Zehren 0, Pavlich 15. Totals: 22 16-22 62.

YREKA (43) — Ke. Stonier 5, Ka. Stonier 2, Ensminger 6, Cash 8, Williams 0, Brummett 8, Roy 0, Allen 14, Charleboix 0, Glenn 0. Totals: 16 9-14 43.

Ashland 12 13 12 25 — 62

Yreka 10 12 6 15 — 43

3-point goals — Ashland 2 (Sad. Kasiah 1, Pavlich 1), Yreka 2 (Ke. Stonier 1, Brummett 1). Fouled out — Allen.

JV score — Yreka 43, Ashland 39.

KLAMATH UNION 47, PHOENIX 31 — At Phoenix, senior point guard Jackie Gardner scored 19 points as Klamath Union took advantage of Phoenix's struggles at the free-throw line.

The Pirates (7-8, 1-3 Skyline), led by Kasey Hamilton's eight points, converted one of their nine free throws in the fourth quarter and went 3-for-18 for the game.

Baylee Toney grabbed 10 of Phoenix's 20 rebounds.

Callie Porter tallied nine points for the Pelicans (11-5, 3-1).

KLAMATH UNION (47) — Gardner 19, Glassow 6, Mee 2, Armstrong 6, Porter 9, Hayden 3, Stoliker 2, Horn 0, Rice 0, Burns 0. Totals: 19 7-14 47.

PHOENIX (31) — Ramirez 5, D. Tally 3, Hamilton 8, Marshall 4, Toney 3, Serrano 2, McAlister 6, Martinez 0, Brown 0, B. Tally 0. Totals: 13 3-18 31.

Klamath Union 10 13 11 13 — 47

Phoenix 12 6 4 9 — 31

3-point goals — Klamath Union 2 (Porter 1, Hayden 1), Phoenix 2 (Ramirez 1, D. Tally 1). Fouled out — Marshall. Technical foul — Horn.

JV result — Klamath Union won.

HENLEY 77, NORTH VALLEY 26 — At Klamath Falls, Elle Morgan and Jordin Scholer combined for 35 points for No. 8 Henley.

The Hornets (12-3, 4-0 Sky) finished the first quarter on a 16-1 run to take command.

For North Valley (4-12, 0-4), junior Kenzie Schmoll had 12 points, three steals and three assists.

NORTH VALLEY (26) — Schmoll 12, Mohr 8, Sanders 3, Gronholm 2, Dart 1, D'Arpino 0, Werner 0, Scott 0, Wolsey 0. Totals: 8 9-14 26.

HENLEY (77) — Morgan 18, Scholer 17, Fahner 12, Kochenderfer 8, DeHoop 7, Parker 4, Delong 4, Patterson 3, Mueller 3, Olden 1. Totals: 34 5-6 77.

North Valley 7 6 9 4 — 26

Henley 22 12 20 23 — 77

3-point goals — North Valley 1 (Schmoll 1), Henley 4 (Morgan 2, Patterson 1, Mueller 1).

JV score — Henley 41, North Valley 20.

MAZAMA 50, HIDDEN VALLEY 17 — At Klamath Falls, ninth-ranked Mazama led 21-1 after one quarter and cruised in the Skyline contest.

LeAnn Valenta scored 12 for Mazama (13-3, 3-1 Sky), as did Jenna King for Hidden Valley (2-15, 1-3 Sky).

HIDDEN VALLEY (17) — Lambert 1, Davis 1, King 12, Goree 2, Hansen 1, Wagner 0, McGuinness 0, Murphy 0, Harmon 0. Totals: 4 8-18 17.

MAZAMA (50) — Reynolds 4, Totten 3, Farris 2, Morris 9, Valenta 12, Hand 8, Oosterman 2, Mallard 2, Smith 4, Foust 4. Totals: 21 5-8 50.

Hidden Valley 1 4 2 10 — 17

Mazama 21 8 15 6 — 50

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 1 (King 1), Mazama 3 (Totten 1, Hand 2).

JV result — Mazama won.