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Faust, Banuelos lead North past Marshfield

COOS BAY — North Medford had strong first and third quarters and defeated Marshfield, 60-41, in nonconference boys basketball Tuesday.

The Black Tornado (3-1) outscored the Pirates 18-8 in the opening period and 21-14 coming out of the break.

“We played pretty solid the whole night,” said North coach Scott Plankenhorn. “It wasn’t perfect. We shot the ball pretty good from 3 for a while. Then we got a little sloppy with the basketball in the second and they cut into the lead.”

The Tornado, which led 27-15 at halftime, made 6 of 17 3-pointers.

Kaison Faust had 16 points and six rebounds for North, and Oscar Banuelos scored 15 with five assists. Eli Spence tallied 10 points and corralled 12 rebounds.

NORTH MEDFORD (60): Wells 4, Sandoval 2, Banuelos 15, Rumrey 3, Thomas 2, O’Connor 0, Carpenter 0, Angulo 0, Orozco-Bernal 0, Parker 8, Faust 16, Spence 10. Totals: 25 4-9 60.

MARSHFIELD (41): Carpenter 0, Miles 7, Webster 5, Flores 2, Woolsey 14, Stover 0, De La Torre 4, Howerton 9, Kyllo 0. Totals: 14 9-18 41.

North Medford;18;9;21;12;—;60

Marshfield;8;7;14;12;—;41

3-point goals — North Medford 6-17 (Banuelos 3, Rumrey 1, Parker 2), Marshfield 4 (Webster 1, Woolsey 1, Howerton 2). Technical foul — Marshfield bench.

JV result — North Medford won.

ROSEBURG 68, EAGLE POINT 54: At Roseburg, trailing 24-5, Eagle Point rallied to cut the lead to seven in the second quarter but couldn’t get any closer in a nonconference loss.

Zakk Scott had a solid all-around performance with 22 points, eight rebounds, six steals and three blocked shots to lead the Eagles (1-4), who did a good job forcing turnovers but were unable to consistently capitalize offensively on the opportunities created by their defense.

Dennen Adams (14 points) and Levi Scott (nine points, four steals) were also standouts for Eagle Point.

Cody Johnson scored 27 for the Indians (4-1).

EAGLE POINT (54): Adams 14, Z. Scott 22, Judd 2, L. Scott 9, Knight 5, Graham 0, Schaeffer 0, Hoppes 0, Chaparo 2, Mazlazski 0, Mance 0, Gelbridge 0, Gorman 0, Vance 0. Totals 18 9-15 54.

ROSEBURG (68): Crince 2, Johnson 27, Brooksby 0, Seely 2, Warmouth 14, Lake 11, Pickle 0, Stone 2, Ellis 4, Black 6, Lookabaugh 0, Alivez 0. Totals 27 4-7 68.

Eagle Point;5;21;9;19;—;54

Roseburg;17;21;15;14;—;68

3-point goals — Roseburg 8 (Johnson 4, Warmouth 2, Lake 2), Eagle Point 9 (Adams 3, Z. Scott 4, L. Scott 1, Knight 1).

JV result — Roseburg 54, Eagle Point 31.

NORTH BEND 37, PHOENIX 34: At Phoenix, after leading by 10 in the third quarter, Phoenix went ice cold from the field in the final period as North Bend turned up the heat defensively to rally for a nonleague victory.

Kevin Botermans had 18 points to pace the Pirates (1-3), who failed to score a field goal in the fourth quarter due to a mix of poor shooting and untimely turnovers.

Jayden Frank scored 18 for the Bulldogs (2-2).

NORTH BEND (37): Mateski 3, Vader 6, Frank 18, Simmons 10, Messner 0, Johnson 0, Lynn 0, Harmon 0. Totals 14 6-9 37.

PHOENIX (34): Bre. Watts 6, Hutsel 6, Lozano-Reyes 1, Bra. Watts 5, Gail 2, Botermans 14, Martinez 0, Goff 0, Petersen. Totals 11 9-13 34.

North Bend;12;3;9;13;—;37

Phoenix;9;10;11;4;—;34

3-point goals — North Bend 3 (Bader 2, Frank 1), Phoenix (Bre. Watts 2, Bra. Watts 1).

JV result — North Bend won.

MAZAMA 54, ST. MARY’S 40: St. Mary’s led by five late in the first half before Mazama rallied to take control, capitalizing on turnovers during a rough stretch for the Crusaders.

Jakab Bowling had 17 points, including a trio of treys, to lead the Crusaders (3-5), who trimmed the lead to nine in the fourth quarter before Mazama pulled away.

Also for St. Mary’s, Tre Foster contributed 10 rebounds, five blocks and five assists and Jacob Reynolds added nine points.

Andrew Reynolds scored 17 for the Vikings (3-2).

MAZAMA (54): Schram 13, Lopez 13, Luna 5, Reynolds 17, Hall 2, Kasper 0, Segura 4. Totals 17 4-5 54.

ST. MARY’S (40): Myles 0, Mayer 2, Young 0, Sternenberg 0, Rajagopal 8, Silsbee 2, Snyder 0, Bowling 17, Reynolds 9, Hadley 0, Foster 2. Totals 16 1-2.

Mazama;13;14;15;12;—;54

St. Mary’s;13;9;6;2;—;40

3-point goals — Mazama 4 (Schram, Lopez, Luna, Reynolds), St. Mary’s 5 (Rajagopal 2, Bowling 3).

JV result — Mazama won.