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PREP ROUNDUP: Crater routs Eagle Point in wrestling opener

CENTRAL POINT — Crater registered 10 falls and rolled past Eagle Point, 66-12, to open the wrestling dual-meet season Thursday.

Freshman Owen Burkhart, who pinned Julian Couch in 1:10 at 195 pounds, was among the highlights for the Comets.

“Overall, I felt really good about the team’s mental place and being aggressive in attacking the legs,” said Crater coach Greg Haga.

Every match that was contested — there were a couple forfeits — ended in falls.

106 — Ayden Tazioli, C, won by forfeit; 113 — dobule forfeit; 120 — Luke Callahan, EP, pinned Braiden Tester, 1:43; 126 — Freddie Barajas, EP, pinned Gabe Durr, 3:32; 132 — Colton Bryant, C, pinned Evan Setzer, :16.

138 — Kellen Kerrigan, C, pinned Dylan Dahling, 2:36; 145 — Matthew Bolanos, C, pinned Josh Bayne, 1:56; 152 — Brayden Gray, C, pinned Kyle O’Neil, 2:32; 160 — Ayden Kerrigan, C, pinned Trey Andersen, :47.

170 — Kabb Christiansen, C, pinned Tommy Owen, :59; *182 — Ethan Van Hook, C, pinned Juan Ruiz, 2:20; 195 — Owen Burkhardt, C, pinned Julian Couch, 1:10; 220 — Aric Adams, C, pinned Garin Geiszler, :12; 285 — Isaiah Mays, C, pinned Joel Montes, :49.

* starting weight

Boys Basketball

GRANTS PASS 68, ETNA 43: At Yreka, Calif., Grants Pass built a 42-23 lead in the first half of the Yreka Tournament contest and cruised.

Trent Anderson paced the Cavemen (1-0) with 14 points as 14 players got in the game and 13 of them scored.

GRANTS PASS (68): Alderson 8, Maravilla 6, Dixon 1, Farris 7, Huddleston 0, C. Anderson 9, Ealy 1, T. Anderson 14, Law 8, Amaral 2, Jipp 3, Ziegler 2, Perez 2.

ETNA (43): Williams 3, Miller 0, Finley 5, Terramogra 14, Cruz 4, Walker 3, Martin 2, Branson 4, Letsos 3, Duer 3, Del Carlo 2.

Grants Pass24181313— 68

Etna617713— 43

NORTH VALLEY 48, ST. MARYS 39: At Merlin, St. Mary’s put up a fight through three quarters in the nonleague battle.

St. Mary’s (0-1) led by three going into the fourth quarter against the Knights’ (1-1) zone defense. North Valley shot 17 free throws in the fourth quarter to nail down the win.

Crusader senior guard Josh Banton and junior James Forrester hit for eight points each. Will Kranenburg added six points.

ST MARYS (39): Banton 8, Forrester 8, Kranenburg 6, Hadley 4, Snyder 2, Foster 11

NORTH VALLEY (48): Lauby 19, Schnuerer, 10, Kilborn 9, Avila 6, Blaich 4,

St. Mary’s315129— 39

North Valley961221— 48

3-point goals — SM-Forester 1, Hadley 1, Foster 2. NV- Kilborne 2.

PROSPECT 43, MILO ADVENTIST 30: At Prospect, Logan Gordon took over in the third quarter to seal the nonleague victory for Prospect.

Gordon had 12 points and nine rebounds for Prospect (1-1). Boden Perkins added 14 points and Kyle Ghirardo had 11 points. Jadon Taylor had seven defensive rebounds.

Prospect had 19 points in the third quarter and cruised in the fourth quarter.

PROSPECT (43): Perkins 14, Ghirardo 11, Gordon 12, James 6, Kadence 0, Carey 0, Nelson 0. Cusel 0, Teeler 0.

MILO ADVENTIST (30): Teshome 8, Smith 12, Sickau 7, Aguilar 7, Kirk 3, Miller 0, Alder 0, Gyson 0, Hall 0.

Prospect1212190— 43

Milo Adventist012126— 30

3-point goals — Perkins 1, Ghirardo 3. Fouled out — Perkins.

Girls Basketball

PROSPECT 43, MILO ADVENTIST 12: At Prospect, Milo Adventist was given a steady dose of Prospect’s two post players, Mckenzie Thompson and Alissa Oliver, in the nonleague matchup.

Thompson had 14 points and Oliver pitched in 13 as they controlled the offensive paint. Ember Cooper also scored four points coming off the bench to lift Prospect (1-1) to its first win of the young season.

Prospect led at the half 14-5 and continued to use its experienced forwards to overpower Milo Adventist in the second half.

Milo Adventist2352— 12

Prospect4101316— 43

MOHAWK 37, ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 28: Rogue Valley Adventist wing Emma Bishoff had 14 points and 10 rebounds as the host Red Tail Hawks fell in the nonleague contest.

RVA (0-1) trailed 20-19 at the half and shut out the Mustangs in the fourth quarter to force overtime. Mohawk then scored all nine points in the overtime.

Paris Quave had six points and Madelyn Bennett added four points for the Hawks.

Mohawk146809— 37

RV Adventist136450— 28

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