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Singleton basket lifts North over Wilson

PORTLAND — Jack Singleton made a 3-pointer from the left wing with 7.2 seconds to play in overtime to give North Medford a 75-74 nonleague boys basketball win over Wilson Saturday.

The Black Tornado (2-1) made all nine of its free throws in the fourth quarter and overtime, outscoring the Trojans 20-10 in the fourth. A hurried shot by Tristen Holmes at the end of regulation came up short, leading to OT.

After Singleton scored off a pass from Holmes, Wilson turned the ball over, but North promptly did likewise. A late Trojans shot rolled off the rim and was rebounded by the Tornado’s Tucker Barry, sealing the outcome.

“It was a battle for both teams,” said North coach Scott Plankenhorn. “That was two evenly matched teams, and they shot it very well.”

Wilson made 25 of 42 field goals for 60 percent.

“They weren’t all open shots,” said Plankenhorn. “They made a lot of tough shots. They were really shooting well and executing their offense. It was a great effort by our kids to keep playing through it.”

Holmes had 21 points to lead North, and Brian Schireman tallied 18. Jared Faust grabbed five rebounds.

NORTH MEDFORD (75) — Lasota 3, Schireman 18, Barry 6, Holmes 21, Faust 6, Williams 0, Dixon 6, Singleton 6, Polataivao 0, Brothers 2, Wolfe 7. Totals 28-63 12-15 75.

WILSON (74) — Woodland 9, Conklin 10, Lensch 25, Hesse 3, Goldberg 0, Eichler 0, Rauf 2, Spector 2, Livingston-Bullier 5, Graham 4, Thiesen 12. Totals: 25-42 16-20 74.

North Medford;13;14;17;20;11;—;75

Wilson;16;21;17;10;10;—;74

3-point goals — North Medford 7-27 (Lasota 1,Schireman 2, Holmes 1, Dixon 1, Singleton 2), Wilson 8-16 (Woodland 3, Lensch 4, Hesse 1). Fouled out — Faust, Conklin.

JV score — North Medford 54, Wilson 46.

JESUIT 60, SOUTH MEDFORD 41: At Portland, Josh Washington went for 17 points, 10 rebounds, two blocks and a steal for South Medford during nonleague action.

Eskari Carter recorded nine points for the Panthers, who were outscored 19-5 in a costly second quarter.

Cameron Parker had 21 points for Jesuit (3-0), which made 22 of its 43 shots. South (1-2) was 11-for-30.

SOUTH MEDFORD (41) — Hall-Sutton 2, Franklin 2, Benford 0, Carroll 2, Carter 9, Metcalf 0, Rayburn 5, English 4, Washington 17. Totals: 12 16-24 41.

JESUIT (60) — Mekkam 0, Parker 21, McEvoy 2, Bucy 11, Landry 19, Dalebroux 0, Porter 17, Hickman 0. Totals: 22 11-12 60.

South Medford;11;5;11;14;—;41

Jesuit;10;19;10;21;—;60

3-point goals — South Medford 1 (Carter 1), Jesuit 5 (Parker 1, Bucy 1, Landry 2, Porter 1). Fouled out — English, McEvoy.

JV result — Jesuit won.

CRATER 69, RIDGEVIEW 64: At Central Point, senior guard Christian Reyes had 30 points, including nine in overtime, as Crater rallied for the tournament victory.

Tanner Mallams scored nine points and provided solid defense for the Comets (3-0), who trailed by nine at halftime.

Dean Orozco also came up big on defense and Gunnar Asher knocked down a pair of important 3s for Crater.

RIDGEVIEW (64) — Mendazona 24, Manselle 12, O’Neal 11, Albrecht 9, Alvarez 8, Hampton 0,Taylor 0, Irby 0. Totals: 24 6-11 64.

CRATER (69) — Reyes 30, Mallams 9, Asher 8, Reiter 6, Martin 6, Kloke 4, Pomeroy 3, Orozco 2, White 0. Totals: 24 13-19 69.

Ridgeview;13;15;13;12;11;—;64

Crater;9;10;19;15;16;—;69

3-point goals — Ridgeview 8 (Alvarez 2, Manselle 2, O’Neal 2, Mendazona 1, Albrecht 1), Crater 9 (Reyes 3, Mallams 3, Asher 2, Martin 1).

ASHLAND 63, SUTHERLIN 31: At Central Point, Collin Malcolm and Walker Shibley each scored 14 points to pace a balanced attack as Ashland captured the third-place game in the Crater Invitational.

The Grizzlies (4-2) jumped out to a big lead early and built a 34-16 margin at halftime.

Dominic Meads added 13 points for the Grizzlies.

ASHLAND (63) — Malcolm 14, Shibley 14, Meads 13, Hasskamp 8, Pippa 6, Edson 4, Jones 2, Feinberg 2, Kennedy 0, Ellis 0, Scott 0. Totals: 25 2-5 63.

SUTHERLIN (31) — McKnight 8, Caillier 8, Carson 7, Brownson 4, Harwood 2, Eakin 2, Erandio 0, Meyer 0, Sophia 0, Shelton 0, Briggs 0. Totals: 12 6-12 31.

Ashland;25;9;15;14—63

Sutherlin;11;5;7;8—31

3-point goals — Ashland 7 (Shibley 4, Hasskamp 2, Malcolm 1), Sutherlin 1 (Carson 1).

DEL NORTE 54, PHOENIX 35: At Phoenix, Ty Mahaffey posted seven points and eight rebounds for Phoenix (2-3) in the round-robin Phoenix Tournament.

DEL NORTE (54) — Maveady 22, Dantzman 7, Japp 6, Godla 6, Leas 5, Westrbrook 4, Healey 2, Shorty 0, Swan 0, Lara 0. Totals: 22 6-10 54

PHOENIX (35) — Mahaffey 7, Skaff 6, George 6, Champion-Blazio 6, Hay 4, Hauge 3, Mejia 2, Botermans 1, Masalosalo 0, Beer 0, Sauceda 0, Lumbreras 0. Totals: 11 12-26 35.

Del Norte;12;14;20;7;—;54

Phoenix;4;7;15;9;—;35

3-point goals — Del Norte 4 (Maveady 2, Leas 1, Dantzman 1), Phoenix 1 (Mahaffey, 1). Fouled out — Champion-Blazio.

ST. MARY’S 62, EAGLE POINT 55: At Phoenix, St. Mary’s erased a halftime deficit and avenged its only loss this season behind the play of big men Connor Vinyard and Michael Crennen.

The Cruaders (6-1) lost to Eagle Point 55-50 in the Yreka Tournament a week before.

The Eagles (5-1) used a big second quarter to take a 31-26 halftime lead.

Vinyard had nine of his game-high 23 points in the third quarter to help St. Mary’s go in front 43-40 entering the final period.

Crennen, who was selected the most outstanding player in the tournament, scored 18 points and was a factor in the middle.

For Eagle Point, Ra’eed Sowell had 18 points.

EAGLE POINT (55) — Hunter 7, Quintero 0, Bennett 3, Reyes-Serna 7, Sowell 18, DeVore 14, Bell 6. Totals: 15 20-24 55.

ST. MARY’S (62) — Johnson 3, Edwards 0, Rothfus 3, Lewis 0, Conway 3, Eaton 1, Sue 2, West 9, Vinyard 23, Crennen 18. Totals: 17 19-28 62.

Eagle Point;9;22;9;15—55

St. Mary’s;11;15;17;19—62

3-point goals — Eagle Point 5 (Bennett 1, Reyes-Serna 1, Sowell 2, DeVore 1), St. Mary’s 9 (Vinyard 5, West 2, Crennen 1, Johnson 1). Fouled out — Hunter, Bennett. Technical foul — Eagle Point bench.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 63, BROOKINGS-HARBOR 47: At Central Point, senior wing Jason Wyncoop scored 15 points to go with six rebounds and four assists as Cascade Christian captured the consolation championship at the Crater Invitational at Scenic Middle School.

Chad Morse, a junior wing, added 12 points and seven rebounds, with six coming on the offensive boards, for the Challengers (3-1).

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (63) — Palmer 5, Wheeler 0, Kammerzell 6, Wager 9, Morse 12, Booker 0, Wyncoop 15, O’Hara 0, Altorres 0, Cochran 6, Winter 10, Darby 0. Totals: 26 9-14 63.

BROOKINGS-HARBOR (47) — Darger 1, Armin 4, Curtis 4, Graham 2, King 2, Edwards 15, Burroughs 0, Nickels 3, Gonzales 16. Totals: 16 13-21 47.

Cascade Christian;20;15;19;9—63

Brookings-Harbor;13;15;7;12—47

3-point goals — Cascade Christian 2 (Kammerzell 2), Brookings-Harbor 2 (Edwards 2).

NYSSA 61, ROGUE RIVER 26: At Harrisburg, Jordan Ehrhardt scored 11 points to lead Rogue River (2-3) at the Harrisburg Tournament.

Nyssa’s Freddy Pascacio had 20 points.

NYSSA (61) — Huffman 13, Lazo 4, Pascacio 20, Simpson 2, Olvera 11, Chavez 0, Fuentes 4, Martinez 2, Cable 5, Gonzalez 0. Totals: 22 10-19 61.

ROGUE RIVER (26) Caulley 3, Lopez 8, Woodall 0, Ehrhardt 11, Tambellini 0, Pratt 2, Cardenas 0, Hansen 2. Totals: 9 8-20 26.

Nyssa;12;15;20;14—61

Rogue River;9;4;8;5—26

3-point goals — Nyssa 7 (Huffman 1, Pascacio 4, Fuentes 1, Cable 1). Fouled out — Caulley.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 53, ILLINOIS VALLEY 47: Sophomores Trevor Haugen and Jared Cumbee had big efforts for Class 1A RV Adventist against the taller 3A school.

Haugen put up 22 points to go with 18 rebounds and five steals while the point guard Cumbee contributed 15 points, nine assists and nine rebounds. Nathan James added 12 points and four assists for the Red Tail Hawks (5-1).

Rogue Valley led 24-22 at halftime.

Andrew Sherier scored 17 points to pace Illinois Valley (1-5).

PROSPECT 49, BUTTE FALLS 42: At Powers, Prospect led virtually the whole way, getting double-figure scoring from three players in the Powers Tournament.

Jarred Gaines paced the Cougars (3-4) with 14 points and five rebounds, Darren Stillwagon had 11 points and 11 rebounds and Roo Driskell had 11 points, three rebounds and four steals.