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South tops Nevada team in tourney

RED BLUFF, Calif. — Conor Carroll scored seven of his 25 points in the final minute to help the South Medford boys basketball team ward off Nevada Union, 54-51, in the opening round of the Red Bluff Holiday Classic on Thursday.

The Panthers (5-0) will take on tournament host Red Bluff tonight at 8:30.

In what had been a back-and-forth contest, Carroll hit a 3-pointer to give South Medford a six-point lead with 44 seconds remaining. Their lead was cut to two following a Nevada Union free throw, a Panthers turnover and an ensuing 3-pointer by the Miners.

Carroll put the rally to rest by making 4 of 4 free throws down the stretch.

Carroll was 8-for-12 from the field and 5-for-8 on 3-pointers. He also had six rebounds while his teammates, Raymond Benford and Dakota Metcalf, chipped in eight points apiece.

NEVADA UNION (51): D. Menary 14, Edwards 2, G. Menary 9, D. Carter 2, Chensee 13, Ortiz 0, T. Carter 9, Weiss-Preszler 2, Totals: 19 7-15 51.

SOUTH MEDFORD (54): Carter 5, Martin 0, Franklin 4, Benford 8, Metcalf 8, Carroll 25, Boch 0, Cota 0, Washington 4. Totals: 20 4-8 54.

Nevada Union;12;8;16;13;—;51

South Medford;13;18;7;16;—;54

3-point goals — Nevada Union 5 (D. Menary 1, Chensee 3, T. Carter 1), South Medford 10 (Carroll 5, Benford 2, Metcalf 2, Carter 1).

MARSHFIELD 56, ROGUE RIVER 34: At Coos Bay, Marshfield got off to a fast start in the first-round victory in the Les Schwab South Coast Holiday Tournament.

The Chieftains (3-3) take on Coquille today at noon.

Chris Campbell led the way for Rogue River with 13 points and five rebounds, and Rio Lopez pitched in six points and six rebounds.

ROGUE RIVER (34): Lopez 6, Campbell 13, Woodall 0, Ehrhardt 5, Strickland 3, Tambellini 0, Pratt 2, Hansen 5. Totals: 12 7-11 34.

MARSHFIELD (56): Tine 7, Minton 0, Dub 0, Emlet 0, Cooper 12, Favalora 10, Miles 13, James 3, Clough 4, Banks 0, Trendall 7. Totals: 20 10-18 56.

Rogue River;9;9;11;5;—;34

Marshfield;13;19;9;15;—;56

3-point goals — Rogue River 3 (Campbell 1, Ehrhardt 1, Strickland 1), Marshfield 6 (Miles 3, Favalora 2, Cooper 1). Technical foul — Ehrhardt.

Wrestling

SOUTH MEDFORD WINS TWO: South Medford beat Sheldon 42-40 and South Eugene 72-6 in a four-team dual hosted by the Panthers. North Medford’s junior varsity also participated.

South Medford’s Caleb Roberts needed just 45 seconds to pin Sheldon’s Calvin Roome in the 106-pound weight class, while Daniel Cavanaugh (113 pounds), Braden Maloney (145), TJ Roberts (152), Cole Schumack (160), Ryan Beck (170) and Hayden Evans (195) also had pins.

Against South Eugene, the Panthers won 13 matches by forfeit. In the lone match, the Panthers' Issac Antley pinned South Eugene’s William Holt in 3 minutes, 21 seconds at 182.

South Medford 72, South Eugene 6

106 — Caleb Roberts, SM, won by forfeit; 113 — Daniel Cavanaugh, SM, won by forfeit; 120 — Cody Grossman, SM, won by forfeit; 126 — Double Forfeit; 132 — Tanner Wyatt, SM, won by forfeit.

138 — Cheyenne Funkhouser, SM, won by forfeit; 145 — Braden Maloney, SM, won by forfeit; 152 — TJ Roberts, SM, won by forfeit; 160 — Cole Schumack, SM, won by forfeit.

170 — Ryan Beck, SM, won by forfeit; 182 — Isaac Antley, SM, pinned William Holt, 3:21; 195 — Hayden Evans, SM, won by forfeit; 220 — Zane Poh, SE, won by forfeit 285 — Darius Johnson, SM, won by forfeit.

South Medford 42, Sheldon 40

106 — Caleb Roberts, SM, pinned Calvin Roome, 0:45; 113 — Daniel Cavanaugh, SM, pinned Trevor Henderson, 1:20; 120 — Marshall Dunn, S, pinned Cody Grossman, 1:29; 126 — Teddy Coombs, S, won by forfeit; 132 — Adam Bratland, S, maj. dec. Tanner Wyatt, 17-7.

138 — Dezmon Livingston, S, won by forfeit; 145 — Braden Maloney, SM, pinned Andres Mares, 1:05; 152 — TJ Roberts, SM, pinned Wyatt Seidel, 2:31; 160 — Cole Schumack, SM, won by forfeit.

170 — Ryan Beck, SM, pinned Brayden Smith, S, 3:19; 182 — Keaton Aronson, S, pinned Isaac Antley, 2:23; 195 — Hayden Evans, SM, pinned Izaiha Costa, 3:33; 220 — Benjamin Lutz, S, won by forfeit; 285 — Andru Johnson, S, won by forfeit.