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Hogan, Eagle Point hold off Phoenix

PHOENIX — Kierssa Hogan hit four of Eagle Point’s eight 3-pointers and the Eagles held off a late Phoenix charge to pull off a 38-33 nonleague win Tuesday at Phoenix High School.

The Pirates rallied to within three points with about three minutes to go but could get no closer, as Eagle Point improved to 2-0.

“We definitely had opportunities to come back,” Phoenix coach Chelsea Winner said. “Even though they jumped out the game was pretty close the entire time. It was a fast-paced, physical game.”

Hogan scored 14 points and Nicole Lawler nine to lead Eagle Point, which led 18-17 at halftime and 31-25 through three quarters. Andrea Flores added six points and seven rebounds and Alyssa Swanson four points and five boards.

Phoenix (2-1) outscored Eagle Point 15-0 at the free throw line but couldn’t overcome the Eagles’ dominance on the offensive glass — Eagle Point had 22 offensive rebounds.

Maggie Carrillo had 12 points, Delani Parent nine points and 12 rebounds and Josie Bolstad 14 rebounds and a block for Phoenix, which did not hit a 3.

“The key for (the Eagles) was their offensive rebounds and their 3s in that third quarter,” Winner said. “They came out and hit four 3-pointers in the third quarter. That right there was the dagger.”

EAGLE POINT (38): Shelton 0, Hogan 14, Monroe 0, Flores 6, Amidei 3, Burgess 2, Swanson 4, Lawler 9, Sather 0. Totals: 15 0-2 38.

PHOENIX (33): Carrillo 12, Villasenor 2, Christensen 4, Hernandez 0, Skaff 0, Bolstad 4, Tellez 0, Flores 0, Badillo 2, Parent 9. Totals: 9 15-20 33.

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3-point goals — Eagle Point 8 (Hogan 4, Amidei 1, Lawler 3).

JV result — Phoenix won.

ASHLAND 41, ROSEBURG 37: At Roseburg, Ashland was able to overcome scoring just four points in the first quarter and flipped an early 10-point deficit in its favor to pick up a nonleague road win at Roseburg.

The Grizzlies (2-1) outscored the Indians 13-5 in both the second and fourth quarters to pull ahead for good down the stretch.

Ashland got a game-high 13 points from sophomore wing Jayd Sollinger, who also tied with Kendyl Abel — who had nine points — with a team-high five rebounds. Nina Munson added 10 points and had six steals in the win.

ASHLAND(41): Altig 2, Sollinger 13, Barnes 2, Baldwin 0, Larson 1, Munson 10, Witnauer 2, Rodriguez 2, Abel 9. Totals: 12 19-28 41.

ROSEBURG (37): Anderson 2, Allen 4, Robbins 0, Murphy 9, Vrendenburg 6, Wayman 0, Lake 1, White 0, Knudson 3, Russell 4, Melvin 2, Bergman 3. Totals: 14 8-15 37.



3-point goals — Roseburg 1 (Melvin 1). Fouled out — Abel.

JV result — Roseburg won.

ROGUE RIVER 55, RIDDLE 17: At Rogue River, Jesse Langfield scored 18 points in the home victory for Rogue River.

Rogue River (3-1) used its press to force turnovers to fuel the fastbreak and jumped out to a 22-4 first-quarter lead.

Jaydin Spaeth added nine points and Destiny Rangel eight for the Chieftains.