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Provencio medalist at EP Invitational

EAGLE POINT — South Medford’s Gabe Provencio won medalist honors and Ashland captured the team competition in the eight-school boys golf Eagle Point Invitational Thursday.

The girls tournament was canceled because of lightning.

Provencio shot an 83 to edge Mazama’s Nate Beck (84) by one stroke at the Eagle Point Golf Course

Gus Senn paced the Grizzlies with an 88.

Tate Broedser shot a team-low 95 to pace Crater (400) to second place.

For third-place Eagle Point (405), Justin Fraughtin carded a personal-best 96.

TEAM SCORES: Ashland 385, Crater 400, Eagle Point 405, Brookings-Harbor 409, North Valley 434, South Medford 439, Mazama Inc., Phoenix Inc.

INDIVIDUAL SCORES (Top 5): 1, Gabe Provencio, SM, 83; 2, Nate Beck, Maz, 84; 3, Gus Senn, Ash, 88; 4, Cameron Kime, BH, 91; 5, Cruz Kilborn, NV, 93.

ASHLAND (385): Gus Senn 88, Johnathan Ferreira 96, Toby Barnes 98, Jo Stranberg 104.

CRATER (400): Tate Broedser 95, Chase Sonnen 100, Curtis Lindbloom 102, Ben Idiart 103, Austin Idiart 103.

EAGLE POINT (405): Justin Fraughtin 96, Jacob Balfour 100, Tyler Gore 101, Noah Reardon 108.

SOUTH MEDFORD (439): Gabe Provencio 83, Jackson Tayler 116, Isaac Hutchings 118, Haden Ausland 122.

PHOENIX (INC.): Keola Brown 121, Kyle Hooper 139.

BANDON MATCH PLAY INVITATIONAL: At Bandon, Cascade Christian juniors JJ Thomas, Ethan Hogan and Layne Collom lost their individual contests in the match-play mock Ryder Cup format at Bandon Dunes Golf Course.

The Cascade Christian trio played for the Europe squad which lost 11 1/2 to 6 1/2 to the USA team.


HIDDEN VALLEY 17, ASHLAND 7, 6 inn.: At Murphy, Ashland’s 11 errors hurt its cause in the nonconference road loss.

Ashland freshman pitcher Gabby Heiken carried a no-hitter into the fourth inning but the Grizzlies committed five errors and surrendered seven runs in the frame. Of Heiken’s 12 runs allowed, just two were earned. She led the offense with three hits, including her second home run of the year, and scored three runs.

Also for Ashland (1-8), Shelby Brown had two hits and two runs and Ella Hart went 1-1 with three walks and two runs.


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Heiken, Adams (4), Heiken (5) and Farrow; Lesher and Caddock. W — Lesher. L — Heiken (0-3). HR — A: Heinken (2)

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 16, PHOENIX 3: Sophomore pitcher Katelyn Willard struck out 10 and allowed one earned run for Cascade Christian in the nonconference win at U.S. Cellular.

Willard also led the Challengers’ 17-hit attack by going 3-for-5 with four RBIs and one run.

Audrey Quast went 3-for-4, with four runs and one RBI, Neha Joseph collected three hits and three RBIs and Ali Modrell added three hits for Cascade Christian (7-1).

Rebecca Clark and Kara Palmer chipped in two hits each for the Challengers.

For Phoenix (5-2), Abigale George went 2-4 with one RBI and Halie Bowman delivered an RBI double in the fifth inning.

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Willard and Modrell; Mathewson, Goff (4) and Bowman. W — Willard (7-1). L — Mathewson. 2B — CC: Quast, Willard, Meilicke; P: Bowman.

Boys Tennis

HENLEY 6, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 2: At Klamath Falls, Cascade Christian’s Owen Harrington and Ryan Stewart were victorious in No. 1 doubles in the 4A/3A/2A District 3 match.

Stewart registered the Challengers’ other victory in No. 4 singles.

SINGLES: Brian Baker, H, d. Ian Fralich, 8-0; Jubal Rasmussen, H, d. Sam Prezler, 8-3; Sean Wolf, H, d. Seth Thomas, 8-1; Ryan Stewart, CC, d. Kaulin Froebe, 8-6.

DOUBLES: Owen Harrington-Ryan Stewart, CC, d. Thys Dehoop-Riley Brennan, 8-2; Beau Stork-Cotton Pitts, H, d. Brandon Parker-Bryson Cannon, 9-7; London Larson-Randoph Duran, H, d. Cameron Redmond-Troy Gilbert, 8-1; Keegan Dentinger-Kyle Toner, H, d. Cameron Redmond-Troy Gilbert, 8-2.

Girls Tennis

HENLEY 2, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 0: At Klamath Falls, Olivia Borg of Cascade Christian lost to Lena Dreyer, 8-4, in singles in the 4A/3A/2A District 3 match.

In doubles, the Henley team of Elle Larson and Jennifer Schnieder defeated Grace Melvin and Lily Preszler, 8-2.