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Setzer's 24 point carry Crater to tourney romp

CENTRAL POINT — Courtney Setzer poured in 24 points in just three quarters as the host Crater girls basketball team looked stellar on both ends of the court in the semifinals of its invitational tournament.

The Comets, who sped away from Brookings-Harbor 83-48 on Friday, may need a Setzer-like performance or two today in order to beat a team that hasn’t lost a regular season game since 2011.

Crater (2-0) will square off against defending Class 4A state champion Sutherlin in the title game at 2:30 p.m. Sutherlin was 27-0 last season and returns most of its players.

“We are gonna see exactly what we need to see,” said Crater coach David Heard on the challenge of playing Sutherlin. “They play a man, in-your-face style of defense. Honestly, it’s a big game. It’s a really big game. It gives us both a major test this early in the season.”

The Comets broke away early before creating the greatest margin by outscoring Brookings-Harbor 31-8 in the third quarter.

Setzer had 18 points in the first half.

Cheyenne Scott contributed 19 points, nine steals and four assists for the Comets (2-0), who forced 34 turnovers. Mallory Heard added 12 points and seven boards and Bailey Bascom chipped in 10 points.

BROOKINGS-HARBOR (48) — A. Farmer 9, Hernandez 1, Chandler 0, Marks 0, J. Kay 4, Rater 0, Bay 10, D. Farmer 6, Hart 9, Worthey 5, C. Kay 4. Totals: 18-34 6-11 48.

CRATER (83) — Gavin 0, Bascom 10, Bean 2, Fahndrich 6, E. Scott 0, Heard 12, Knoles 4, C. Scott 19, Berriochoa 2, Ryerson 0, Woodard 2, C. Setzer 24, Kent 2. Totals: 36-64 4-6 83.

Brookings-Harbor;6;19;8;15;—;48

Crater;19;20;31;13;—;83

3-point goals — Brookings-Harbor 6 (A. Farmer 2, D. Farmer 2, Hart 2), Crater 7 (C. Scott 3, Bascom 2, Fahndrich 2).

GRANTS PASS 48, CENTURY 30: At Grants Pass, Kayla Miller scored 11 points to lead a balanced attack as Grants Pass registered its first victory of the season at Heater-Newman gym.

The Cavers (1-2) outscored Liberty 22-7 in the fourth quarter to pull away.

CENTURY (30) — Bevandich 8, Weber 4, McCormick 6, Jacobs 4, Miller 5, Fery 3, Barnes 0. Totals: 12 8-13 30.

GRANTS PASS (48) — Miller 11, Brummett 10, Wise 0, Togerson 6, LaPan 0, Johnson 9, Lauders 10, Tobey 0, Dinkel 0, Beck 0, Lopez 2. Totals: 26 3-6 48.

Century;5;10;8;7—30

Grants Pass;6;13;7;22—48

3-point goals — Century 2 (Bevandich 2), Grants Pass 7 (Miller 3, Johnson 2, Lauders 2).

DEL NORTE 56, PHOENIX 39: At Phoenix, senior guard Bailee Tally scored 27 points, including six 3-pointers, in a losing effort for cold-shooting Phoenix in the second round of the Phoenix Invitational.

The Pirates (2-2) shot 28 percent from the field (11-41) were just 2 of 11 from the line in the first half.

Phoenix began the second half with six consecutive turnovers.

PHOENIX (39) — Bailee Tally 27, Wallack 6, Hickman 6, Barger 0, MacLennan 0, McAlister 0, LaNier 0, Burns 0, DeLaTorre 0. Totals: 11 10-25 39

DEL NORTE (56) — Healy 17, Loftin 10, Babich 10, Bruschi 10, Smith 7, Fitzhugh 2, Long 0, Rilee 0, Bustamante 0. Totals: 23 4-6 56.

Phoenix;10;15;8;6—39

Del Norte;9;21;11;15—56

3-point goals — Phoenix 7 (Tally 6, Wallack 1), Del Norte 6 (Healy 4, Loftin 2). Fouled out — Bustamante.

EAGLE POINT 54, ST. MARY’S 40: At Phoenix, Adriene Wood scored 23 points to pace undefeated Eagle Point — despite 28 turnovers — in the Phoenix Tournament.

Wood, a junior guard, sank six 3-pointers and hit back-to-back treys in the third to help the Eagles (5-0) pull away.

Junior forward Kylene Briggs added 14 for the Eagles.

Dakotah Rothfus led winless St. Mary’s with 13 points.

The Crusaders (0-4) hurt their cause with just 4 of 21 shooting from the foul line.

ST. MARY’S (40) — Hough 4, Alvarez 1, Vasey 10, Miller 2, Juncal 8, Rothfus 13, Austin 2, Clement 0, Birmingham 0, Lara 0. Totals: 19 4-21 40.

EAGLE POINT (54) — May 3, Crow 2, Wood 23, Lester 4, Briggs 14, Nielsen 5, Hoefft 3, Morris 0, Lilly 0, Beebe 0, Alden 0. Totals: 18 5-12 54.

St. Mary’s;12;13;6;9—40

Eagle Point;17;9;18;10—54

3-point goals — Eagle Point 6 (Wood 6).

AMITY 57, ROGUE RIVER 33: At Harrisburg, Rogue River’s Anjelica Pamplona scored 12 points but Amity’s balanced attack proved too much for the Chieftains (1-3) in the Harrisburg Tournament.

ROGUE RIVER (33) — Hamilton 2, K. Worthington 2, M. Worthington 3, Moore 6, Lamar 1, Pamplona 12, Emerson 0, Smith, S. Worthington 0, Herinckx 0. Totals: 13 4-9 33.

AMITY (57) — McClean 0, Brown 2, C. Dumler 8, Krotzer 8, L. Dumler 6, Howard 7, Worthington 4, Steele 0, McShane 16, Croxford 6. Totals: 25 6-13 57.

Rogue River;5;9;8;11;—;33

Amity;18;12;10;15;—;57

3-point goals — Amity 1 (L. Dumler), Rogue River 3 (Moore 2, Smith 1.

POWERS 25, BUTTE FALLS 20: At Powers, Shawna Creech had 11 points and 10 rebounds for Butte Falls in the Powers Tournament.

The Loggers’ Katie Munsell had six boards and six steals, and Raleigh Weaver came away with six rebounds to go with her four points.

The Loggers (3-1) play Prospect today at 1 p.m.

PACIFIC 36, PROSPECT 31: At Powers, Lakota Sizemore led Prospect with six points, six rebounds and a pair of steals in the Powers Tournament.

The Cougars (1-4) meet Butte Falls today at 1 p.m.

Bailey VanWormer added four points, six boards and two steals for Prospect.