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GIRLS BASKETBALL: Sollinger powers Ashland past North Bend

ASHLAND — Ashland withstood 10 3-pointers by North Bend and posted a 53-42 Midwestern League girls basketball triumph Friday.

The Grizzlies made seven 3s of their own in improving to 11-8 overall and 6-5 in league.

Jayd Sollinger tallied 16 points, seven rebounds and four assists for Ashland, which placed four players in double figures. Anna Barnes and Kirsten Morgan each scored 11 and Kendyl Abel 10.

Morgan contributed four rebounds and four steals, and Abel had nine boards.

Adrianna Frank scored 18 points, all on 3s, for North Bend (4-15, 1-10).

NORTH BEND (42): Frank 18, Proett 4, Holling 5, Barker 3, Lillebo 3, Matthews 4, Cunningham 1, Holmes 4, Anderson 0. Totals: 13 6-12 42.

ASHLAND (53): Moran 5, Sollinger 16, Barnes 11, Morgan 11, Baldwin 0, Cooper 0, Abel 10. Totals: 20 6-11 53.

North Bend1410513— 42

Ashland10141118— 53

3-point goals — North Bend 10 (Frank 6, Holling 1, Barker 1, Lillebo 1, Matthews 1), Ashland 7 (Moran 1, Sollinger 3, Barnes 3).

JV result — North Bend won.

CRATER 53, SPRINGFIELD 19: At Central Point, Crater went on a 15-0 run to start the second quarter and limited Springfield to two points in each of the second and third quarters of the Midwestern League contest.

The fifth-ranked Comets (18-2, 11-1 MWL) used a stifling full-court press in the second and were solid in half-court defense in the third. McKenzie Hirsch scored six of her 16 points and Kate Stidham four of her seven in the second-quarter spree.

Hirsch, the only Crater player in double-figure scoring, had four rebounds and two steals. Stidham added three rebounds and three assists. Avery Hanson had five blocks and three rebounds.

SPRINGFIELD (19): Thompson 0, Phillips 0, Morgan 3, Vahala 3, Kauffman 2, Rawson 6, Rankins 3, Bartlow 2, Ostrander 0. Totals: 5 8-13 19.

CRATER (53): Gugliotta 4, Bittle 2, Dance 2, Bowers 3, Hanson 2, Hirsch 16, Robison 0, Amidei 0, Waters 2, Stidham 7, Dutkiewicz 5, Woodard 6, Rucker 2, Young 2. Totals: 20 12-18 53.

Springfield6229— 19

Crater12181211— 53

3-point goals — Springfield 1 (Vahala 1), Crater 1 (Dutkiewicz 1).

GRANTS PASS 39, NORTH MEDFORD 23: North Medford managed only seven points in the first half as Grants Pass took command in the Southwest Conference game at North Medford High.

Camdyn Bruner paced the Cavers (9-10, 2-4 SWC) with 14 points and Kylie Rucker added 11.

The Black Tornado (6-14, 2-4) was led by Jane Ersepke’s eight points.

GRANTS PASS (39): Medley 0, Lopez 0, Rucker 11, Childers 0, R. Bruner 0, Mock 5, Snyder 0, C. Bruner 14, Willey 6, Teagle 3. Totals: 15 7-10 39.

NORTH MEDFORD (23): Ersepke 8, Stewart 0, Wells 3, Weaver 2, Seney 0, Christiansen 4, Chavez 0, Drysdale 3, Ross 3. Totals: 6 9-14 23.

Grants Pass91479— 39

North Medford25412— 23

3-point goals — Grants Pass 2 (Rucker 1, Mock 1), North Medford 2 (Ersepke 2).

HENLEY 57, PHOENIX 38: At Phoenix, poor execution in the third quarter spelled doom for Phoenix, which fell to hot-shooting Henley in the Skyline Conference contest.

Josie Bolstad registered 15 points, nine rebounds, two assists and a pair of blocks for the Pirates (10-9, 3-4 Skyline), who committed too many turnovers after the intermission.

Phoenix also picked up 10 points, seven boards and a block from Delani Parent.

The Hornets improved to 14-7 overall and 5-2 in Skyline.

HENLEY (57): Loney 25, Melsness 0, Cheyne 10, A. Sharp 11, Peterson 0, Nelson 0, Badker 0, Moore 9, Mattox 2, M. Shapre 0. Totals: 23 6-9 57.

PHOENIX (38): James 6, Skaff 2, Hernandez 0, Lumbreras 0, Bolstad 15, Tellez 2, Flores 0, Jackson 3, Champion-Blazio 0, Parent 10. Totals: 17 1-5 38.

Henley1816149— 57

Phoenix15869— 38

3-point goals — Henley 5 (Loney 4, Cheyne 1), Phoenix 3 (Jackson 1, Parent 2). Fouled out — Bolstad.

JV result — Henley won.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 59, ST. MARY’S 37: Senior post Sophie Ferreira had 12 points, four steals and three assists to lead Cascade Christian to the Far West League victory in the St. Mary’s gym.

The Challengers (13-10, 6-4 FWL) pulled away in the second quarter for a 24-15 halftime lead. Junior Paisley Fish then stepped up to go 9-for-10 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to close out the game for Cascade Christian.

The Challengers pulled down 45 team rebounds.

Cascade Christian’s Katelyn Willard had 11 points, seven rebounds, three steals and an assist, and Elliana Hagloch scored 10 points.

St. Mary’s (2-10, 1-9) got 11 points from Ryker Rothfus, 10 from Morgan Dole and nine from Olivia Lippert.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (59): Fish 13, Ferreira 12, Willard 11, Hagloch 10 White 8, Holt 2, Joseph 2, Sweem 1, Clark 0, Hensley 0, Cramer 0. Totals: 20 18-24 59.

ST. MARY’S (37): Rothfus 11, Dole 10, Lippert 9, Rajagopal 3, Christman 2, Dunn 2, Mejia 0, Poisson 0, Young 0, Conner 0. Totals: 15 1-8 37.

Cascade Christian12121025— 59

St. Mary’s105715— 37

3-point goals — Cascade Christian 1 (Willard), St. Mary’s 6 (Lippert 3, Rajagopal 1, Dole 2), Fouled out — Rothfus.