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Tornado pulls away from Cavemen

GRANTS PASS — Tyren Wolfe scored 15 points and the eighth-ranked North Medford boys basketball team downed Grants Pass, 70-51, during Southwest Conference play on Tuesday.Jack Singleton turned in 14 points and Tristen Holmes 12 points and nine rebounds for the Black Tornado, which led 20-7 after the first quarter before the Cavemen rallied to draw within four by halftime.North Medford (13-3, 4-2 SWC) used a 19-11 surge in the third to create the separation it needed to preserve the triumph.Tucker Barry tallied nine points and Brian Schireman eight points and seven assists for the Tornado, which was coming off a 62-55 loss to Sheldon last Friday.JC McKinley registered 15 points and Sean Ryan 11 points for Grants Pass (7-8, 3-3).GRANTS PASS (51) — Appling 2, Evens 0, Stine 5, Weiss 6, Hoy 0, Musser 0, Ryan 11, Wallace 0, Reed 0, McKinley 15, Cotton 8, Hanley 4. Totals: 22-47 3-13 51.NORTH MEDFORD (70) — Allen 0, Lasota 0, Schireman 8, Barry 9, Tri. Holmes 12, Faust 2, Williams 0, Davis 2, Dixon 2, Singleton 14, Polataivao 6, Brothers 0, Wolfe 15, Tre Holmes 0. Totals: 23-49 9-14 70.Grants Pass;7;20;11;13;—;51North Medford;20;11;19;20;—;703-point goals — Grants Pass 4-13 (Weiss 2, McKinley 2), North Medford 7-14 (Singleton 4, Schireman 1, Barry 1, Tri. Holmes 1).JV score — North Medford 41, Grants Pass 36.

SOUTH MEDFORD 65, ROSEBURG 40: At Roseburg, Cameron English had a career-high 23 points on 80 percent shooting from the floor to go with five rebounds for South Medford in Southwestern Conference action.Eskari Carter contributed 11 points, six rebounds, and four steals for the Panthers (11-5, 5-1 SWC) and Conor Carroll had 12 points.SOUTH MEDFORD (65) — Franklin 2, Contreras 5, Carroll 12, Massey 5, Carter 11, English 23, Washington 7, Metcalf 0, Martin 0, Benford 0. Totals: 19 22-28 65.ROSEBURG (40) — Patoine 5, Stone 2, Knapp 6, Stephens 17, Fairbarn 10, Tharp 0, Lake 0, Paschke 0, Luttrell 0, Cuilty 0. Totals: 14 9-14 40.South Medford;18;19;18;10;—;65Roseburg;12;9;8;11;—;403-point goals — South Medford 5 (Contreras 1, Carroll 3, Carter 1), Roseburg 3 (Stephens 2, Patoine 1).

ASHLAND 58, EAGLE POINT 48: At Ashland, Walker Shibley-Styer scored 16 points and Collin Malcolm added 14 to lead Ashland to the Midwestern League victory.The Grizzlies (9-6, 3-3 MWL) trailed 31-20 at halftime but used a 29-15 run in the fourth quarter to turn back Eagle Point.Ethan DeVore scored 16 points to lead the Eagles (6-9, 1-5).EAGLE POINT (48) — Hunter 4, Bennett 2, Barber 7, Shelton 4, Castro 0, Reyes-Serna 0, DeVore 16, Bell 6, Sowell 9. Totals: 17 7-10 48.ASHLAND (58) — Hasskamp 7, Jones 1, Meads 0, Shibley-Styer 16, Malcolm 14, Kennedy 1, Edson 0, Feinberg 2, Pippa 6, Hansen 6, Ellis 2, Fuller 3. 16 20-31 58.Eagle Point;13;18;2;15;—;48Ashland;6;14;9;29;—;583-point goals — Eagle Point 7 (Hunter 1, Barber 1, DeVore 2, Sowell 3), Ashland 6 (Hasskamp 1, Shibley 2, Malcolm 1, Pippa 1, Fuller 1). Fouled out — Bell, Sowell, DeVore.

HIDDEN VALLEY 57, PHOENIX 50: At Phoenix, Cole George led Phoenix in scoring with 20 points and contributed four rebounds in Skyline Conference action.Thomas Skaff added 13 points, five assists and four steals for the Pirates (5-13, 1-4 Skyline).Luke Connelly scored 20 points for Hidden Valley (10-9, 2-3) and Mike Hults scored 10 of his 14 in the fourth quarter.HIDDEN VALLEY (57) — Hults 14, Elkins 10, Stevens 2, May 11, Connelly 20, Bennett 0, Campbell 0, Klgahanf 0, Tripp 0. Totals: 27 9-13 57.PHOENIX (50) — Mahaffey 2, Sauceda 6, Skaff 13, George 20, Botermans 2, Mejia 7, Masalosalo 0, Beer 0, Turnbull 0. Totals: 18 13-20 50.Hidden Valley;11;19;9;18;—;57Phoenix;8;12;14;16;—;503-point goals — Hidden Valley 4 (Hults 1, Elkins 1, Connolly 2), Phoenix 1 (Skaff 1).

ST. MARY’S 67, ILLINOIS VALLEY 23: At Cave Junction, Matt Johnson came off the bench to score 12 points on 4-for-4 shooting from 3-point range for St. Mary’s in the Southern Cascade League runaway.Connor Vinyard scored 15 points and Michael Crennen added 14 for the Crusaders (13-6, 3-1 SCL), who led 42-14 at halftime.Conrad Davis had 17 points for Illinois Valley (3-14, 0-3).ST. MARY’S (67) — Wyant 2, Johnson 12, Edwards 2, Rothfus 2, Lewis 8, Conway 2, Sue 0, West 4, Yaeger 2, Vinyard 15, Crennen 14, Martin 4. Totals: 29 2-2 67.ILLINOIS VALLEY (23) — Johann 0, Worley 4, Tree 0, Rubenstein 0, Jensen 0, T. Davis 2, C. Davis 17. Totals: 10 3-6 23.St. Mary’s;13;29;16;9;—;67Illinois Valley;6;8;6;3;—;233-point goals — St. Mary’s 7 (Vinyard 1, Crennen 2, Johnson 4).JV result — St. Mary’s won.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 87, LAKEVIEW 45: At Lakeview, Jason Wyncoop erupted for 24 points and Christian Kammerzell turned in 18 points and eight rebounds for Cascade Christian in the Southern Cascade League win.Brandon Winter had 14 points and Carson Cochran 10 points for the Challengers (10-8, 2-2 SCL), who led 24-8 after the first quarter.CASCADE CHRISTIAN (87) — Palmer 6, Kammerzell 18, Wager 2, Morse 3, Booker 2, Wyncoop 24, Horton 8, Cochran 10, Winter 14. Totals: 38 8-13 87.LAKEVIEW (45) — Harlan 7, Graham 7, Frank 4, Forbes 0, Lampman 19, Hamilton 6, Thorsted 0, Dunn 1. Totals: 13 12-17 45.Cascade Christian;24;11;28;24;—;87Lakeview;8;13;12;12;—;453-point goals — Cascade Christian 3 (Kammerzell 2, Wyncoop 1), Lakeview 7 (Harlan 1, Graham 1, Lampman 5).JV result — Cascade Christian won.

ROGUE RIVER 51, DAYS CREEK 26: At Days Creek, Jordan Ehrhardt scored 15 points and Chris Campbell turned in 11 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and four steals for Rogue River during nonleague play.Connor Strickland added six points, six rebounds and five steals and Derek Pratt six points and eight rebounds for the Chieftains (13-6).ROGUE RIVER (51) — Caulley 0, Lopez 4, Campbell 11, Ehrhardt 15, Strickland 6, Tambellini 0, Pratt 6, Cardenas 0, Hansen 4, Woodall 5. Totals: 19 6-10 51.DAYS CREEK (26) — Hayes 4, Orrison 3, Smith 2, Holsclaw 2, King 0, Slater 0, Fuller 7, Stever 1, Mattos 1, Ferch 4, Whetzel 0, Moreland 2. Totals: 11 4-10 26.Rogue River;6;18;15;12;—;51Days Creek;9;5;3;9;—;263-point goals — Rogue River 7 (Campbell 1, Ehrhardt 5, Woodall 1), Days Creek 2 (Orrison 1, Fuller 1).