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South Medford romps past GP

GRANTS PASS — The top-ranked South Medford girls basketball team received a big contribution from an unusual source — Krystal Williams — in a Southwest Conference road victory over Grants Pass Tuesday.

Williams, a senior guard, came off the bench and scored a season-high 14 points as the Panthers defeated Grants Pass, 89-45.

Williams added four assists and two steals.

The Panthers played “really unselfish basketball,” according to coach Tom Cole.

South Medford had 22 assists on 30 made field goals.

Keyari Sleezer, a senior guard, had a game-high 17 points and added five assists for the Panthers (15-5, 8-0 SWC) and teammate Jasmin Falls scored 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds.

Julissa Tago (15 points), Andee Ritter (11 points) and Lauren Orndoff (10 points) each helped propel the Panthers, who led 30-11 after one quarter and 54-21 by halftime.

Jacque Luaders and Abi Johnson each scored 13 points for Grants Pass (5-12, 3-5).

GRANTS PASS (45) — Miller 5, M. Torgerson 2, Lopez 4, Johnson 13, Luaders 13, Tobey 1, Dinkel 5, Kujawski 2. Totals: 14 13-18 45.

SOUTH MEDFORD (89) — Williams 14, Tago 15, A. Ritter 11, Orndoff 10, Sleezer 17, Lemons 4, Falls 16, Washington 2. Totals: 30 25-29 89.

Grants Pass;11;10;13;11;—;45

South Medford;30;24;18;17;—;89

3-point goals — Grants Pass 4 (Luaders 3, Miller 1), South Medford 4 (A. Ritter 3, Sleezer 1). Fouled out — Washington.

ROSEBURG 47, NORTH MEDFORD 36: At Roseburg, freshman Maggie Freeman scored 10 of her 12 points in the first half as North Medford turned in one of its best performances of the season and led 23-20 at intermission.

Lexi Hall, a senior wing, added nine points and six rebounds and Savannah Bumgardner contributed nine points and five rebounds for North Medford (9-9, 4-4 SWC).

For Roseburg (13-5, 6-2), senior guard Ashley Backen scored 19 points.

NORTH MEDFORD (36) — Martin 4, Ross 0, Bumgardner 9, Karrick 0, Hall 9, Covington 0, Freeman 12, Fossen 2. Totals: 12 10-14 36.

ROSEBURG (47) — Wyscaver 3, Chong 2, Stricklin 0, Backen 19, Stotler 8, Fox 7, Farrington 2, Jackson 6. Totals: 19 7-16 47.

North Medford;12;11;6;7;—;36

Roseburg;14;6;17;10;—;47

3-point goals — North Medford 2 (Hall 1, Freeman 1), Roseburg 2 (Backen 2).

JV result — Roseburg won.

EAGLE POINT 44, DOUGLAS 26: At Eagle Point, Sydney May had 14 points and Adrienne Wood added 12 to lead Eagle Point to the nonleague victory.

The Eagles (10-8) opened a 5-0 lead through one quarter and led 20-4 at halftime over Class 4A Douglas (11-7).

DOUGLAS (26) — Mitchell 8, D. Rincon 4, Rietmann 4, Bringhurst 3, L. Rincon 3, Schofield 2, Holcomb 2.

EAGLE POINT (44) — May 14, Wood 12, Beebe 4, Briggs 4, Hoefft 4, Nielsen 3, Alden 2, Morris 1, Crowe 0, Lilly 0.

Douglas;0;4;12;10;—;26

Eagle Point;5;15;10;14;—;44

HENLEY 79, PHOENIX 38: At Klamath Falls, Bailee Tally led Phoenix in scoring with 22 points against No. 2-ranked Henley in Skyline Conference play.

Alexis De La Torre contributed five points and led the Pirates (5-14, 1-6 Skyline) in rebounding with 11.

Britanny Kochenderfer led Henley (18-0, 7-0) with 18 points.

PHOENIX (38) — Tally 22, MacLennan 5, De La Torre 5, Wallack 2, LaNier 2, McAlister 2, Barger 0, Burns 0. Totals: 14 9-14 38.

HENLEY (79) — Mathis 11, Whistler 8, Mueller 9, Delong 15, deHoop 6, O’Connor 8, Haigh 4, Kochenderfer 18, Harris 0, Armantrout 0. Totals: 35 7-12 79.

Phoenix;7;14;4;13;—;38

Henley;31;12;18;18;—;79

3-point goals — Phoenix 1 (Talley 1), Henley 2 (Mueller 1, Kochenderfer 1). Fouled out — De La Torre.

LAKEVIEW 45, ST. MARY'S 43: At Lakeview, Viv Juncal's tying field-goal attempt rimmed out just before the buzzer as a late St. Mary's rally was denied.

The Crusaders (10-10, 4-1 SCL) forced a turnover trailing by seven points with 40 seconds remaining before Juncal buried a 3-pointer. After another turnover, Dakota Rothfus' basket cut the Honkers lead to two points. St. Mary's forced a final turnover with 4.1 seconds but Juncal couldn't convert on the 15-footer from the elbow.

The Crusaders’ press, led by Juncal, Rose Alvarez and Meg Vasey, helped keep St. Mary’s close but Lakeview capitalized on a big advantage on the offensive boards.

The victory moves the Honkers (14-3, 5-1) into first-place in the SCL — ½-game ahead of St. Mary's.

ST. MARY'S (43) — Hough 1, Alvarez 11, Vasey 2, Juncal 17, Rothfus 10, Birmingham 2, Austin 0, Miller 0. Totals: 15 11-28 43

LAKEVIEW (45) — Hall 13, Reese 11, Crumrine 6, Arcularius 5, Conley 3, Cahill 6, McKenzie 0, Warner 0. Totals: 15 13-29 45.

St. Mary's;10;15;9;9;—;43

Lakeview;12;12;12;9;—;45

3-point goals — St. Mary's 2 (Alvarez 1, Juncal 1), Lakeview 2 (Hall 1, Arcularius 1). Fouled out — Miller.

BUTTE FALLS 39, PROSPECT 33: At Butte Falls, Shawna Creech led Butte Falls with 17 points, eight rebounds and four steals in Mountain Valley League action.

Katie Munsell contributed 10 points and eight rebounds and Raleigh Weaver added four points, 14 rebounds and four blocks for the Loggers (12-9, 7-5 MVL).

Prospect moved to 6-13 and 3-9 in league.