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Shibley-Styer's 28 points boost Ashland

ASHLAND — Ashland junior Walker Shibley-Styer broke out in a big way on Tuesday, scoring a game-high 28 points on six 3-pointers to lead his boys basketball team to a 47-42 victory over Hidden Valley.

The Grizzlies (2-1) needed every bit of Shibley-Styer’s big outing after the Class 4A Mustangs (2-1) refused to go quietly. Ashland led 15-8 through one quarter but Hidden Valley scrapped its way back to only a 25-23 deficit by halftime.

Dominic Meads added eight points for Ashland.

Hidden Valley senior Mike Hults had 13 points and 6-4 junior Dylan May added nine.

HIDDEN VALLEY (42) — Hults 13, May 9, Gilbert 7, Connolly 6, Elkins 5, Campbell 2, Stevens 2, Tripp 0.

ASHLAND (47) — Shibley-Styer 28, Meads 8, Malcolm 4, Feinberg 3, Jones 2, Hasskamp 2, Kennedy 0, Edson 0, Pippa 0, Ellis 0.

Hidden Valley;8;15;7;12;—;42

Ashland;15;10;8;14;—;47

3-point goals — Hidden Valley 5 (Hults 3, Connolly 2), Ashland 7 (Shibley-Styer 6, Feinberg 1).

JV result — Ashland won.

BEND 61, GRANTS PASS 47: At Grants Pass, Sean Ryan tallied 19 points and Larry Cotton had 10 rebounds and six points to lead Grants Pass.

Ryan Stine added five assists for the Cavemen (1-2), who trailed 30-23 at halftime.

For Bend (1-1), JJ Spitler had 19 points, Mario Mora 14 and Christian Johnson 11.

BEND (61) — Gieber 3, Willy 2, Wallace 3, Busik 0, Mora 14, Spitler 19, Johnson 11, Parsons 9. Totals: 21 10-14 61.

GRANTS PASS (47) — Appling 4, Evens 0, Stine 2, Weiss 5, Hoy 0, Musser 1, Ryan 19, Wallace 0, Reed 2, McKinley 0, Cotton 6, Hanley 8. Totals: 19 6-12 47.

Bend;16;14;15;16;—;61

Grants Pass;11;12;14;10;—;47

3-point goals — Bend 9 (Gieber 1, Mora 3, Spitler 3, Johnson 2), Grants Pass 3 (Ryan 2, Weiss 1).

JV result — Grants Pass won.

ST. MARY’S 56, AUSTRALIAN NPIRE NORTH 49: Connor Vinyard knocked down five 3-pointers en route to a game-high 23 points and Michael Crennen powered home 19 to lead St. Mary’s to the nonconference victory.

The Crusaders (3-1) led 30-21 at halftime but had to withstand a comeback by the traveling team from the Townsville of the Queensland province in Australia. Ethan Betts led the visitors with 15 points.

AUSTRALIAN NPIRE NORTH (49) — Royal 0, Offerman 0, Farrell 0, Jorgenson 4, Kennett 4, Betts 15, Pearce 6, Williams 8, Gage 3, Akee 0, Cranely 9. Totals: 16 14-25 49.

ST. MARY’S (56) — Johnson 2, Edwards 0, Rothfus 2, Lewis 4, Conway 0, Eaton 6, Sue 0, West 0, Vinyard 23, Crennen 19. Totals: 21 9-14 56.

NPIRE North;11;10;12;16;—;49

St. Mary’s;14;16;13;13;—;56

3-point goals — Australian NPIRE North 3 (Betts 2, Gage 1), St. Mary’s 5 (Vinyard 5).

ROGUE RIVER 68, GOLD BEACH 50: At Gold Beach, Jordan Ehrhardt led Rogue River with 18 points and four assists and the Chieftains outscored Gold Beach 21-10 in the second quarter to pull away.

Sophomore Derek Pratt added 15 points and six rebounds for Rogue River (2-1).

ROGUE RIVER (68) — Ehrhardt 18, Pratt 15, Lopez 11, Campbell 9, Caulley 4, Cardenas 3, Hansen 0, Tambellini 0. Totals: 28 10-17 68.

GOLD BEACH (50) — Robison 18, Dolan 10, Floyd 8, Wood 5, Belanio 5, Hensley 3, Carpenter 1, Halcumb 8, Jacobs 0. Totals: 22 2-2 50.

Rogue River;9;21;18;20;—;68

Gold Beach;11;10;14;15;—;50

3-point goals — Rogue River 2 (Lopez 1, Cardenas 1), Gold Beach 4 (Robison 2, Bilanio 1, Wood 1).

ILLINOIS VALLEY 58, PROSPECT 45: At Cave Junction, Illinois Valley overtook Prospect with a 12-4 second quarter advantage and held on from there for the nonleague victory.

CJ Manning and Skylar McLanahan each had 13 points for IV (1-3).

Darren Stillwagon had 17 points and five rebounds and Jarred Gaines added 15 points and seven rebounds for Prospect (2-2), which led 8-0 and then 19-17 in the first quarter.

RV ADVENTIST 47, NEW HOPE CHRISTIAN 36: At Grants Pass, Jared Cumbee led three players in double figures with 14 points for Rogue Valley Adventist in the nonleague win.

Cumbee added six assists and six rebounds for the Red Tail Hawks, who led 43-23 entering the fourth quarter before New Hope closed the gap.

RVA’s Nathan James had 15 points and four assists, and Trevor Haugen tallied 12 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for the Hawks (4-1).

GLENDALE 68, BUTTE FALLS 32: At Glendale, senior Alex Cool-Hunsaker led all Butte Falls scorers with 12 points and grabbed six rebounds in the loss.

Guard Kadin Ault contributed 11 points for Butte Falls (0-3), which will play in the Powers Crossover Tournament on Friday.