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PREP ROUNDUP: Panthers pounce on Grizz

South Medford scored three runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to overhaul Ashland, 5-2, in Southern Oregon Conference softball Tuesday at South Medford High.

Ashland led 2-1 before the Panthers’ uprising, which was sparked by Bri Turrey’s leadoff triple.

The victory was the first in league for South Medford, which improved to 1-3 in the SOC and 2-4 overall. Ashland is 0-3 and 0-6.

Kailey Wheelock followed Turrey’s big hit with a single to tie it, 2-2. Nevaeh Atchley provided the Panthers with a third consecutive hit, a single, and after a groundout, Rubi Zamores’ bunt scored Wheelock.

Atchley made it 4-2 on a passed ball.

South Medford got an insurance run in the fifth when June Woster walked, advanced on a Maddie Fullenwider double and scored on Turrey’s single.

Turrey was 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run.

Panther pitchers Wheelock and Kaycee Hudson checked Ashland on three hits — a double by Kirsten Morgan and singles by Tatum Pantle and Tessa Hobein.

Hudson relieved and got the win with 4 1/3 innings of three-hit, one-run ball. She struck out seven and walked one.

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Heiken, Pistole (5) and Theobald; Wheelock, Hudson (3) and Ledendecker. W — Hudson. L — Heiken. 2B — A: Morgan; SM: Fullenwider. 3B — SM: Turrey.

GRANTS PASS 13, EAGLE POINT 2, 5 inn.: At Grants Pass, Grants Pass scored in each inning of the SOC contest to nail down the win.

Alexa Medley went 4-for-4 with two runs to lead the Cavers (5-2) over the Eagles (3-3).

Sophie Woodburn, Nevaeh Harry and Ashley Falk each drove in two runs for Grant Pass.

Pitcher Sara Martin held Eagle Point to four hits and one earned run. She struck out two and didn’t walk anyone.

Sydney Boren had the big blast for Eagles, slugging a solo home run in the fourth inning while going 2-for-2. Bailee Worrell was 2-for-2 for Eagle Point’s other hits.

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Brown and Slayton; Martin and Woodburn. W — Martin. L — Brown. HR — EP: Boren.

HENLEY 5, CRATER 2: At Klamath Falls, Henley senior Mackinley Hudson hit a three-run home run in the sixth inning to break a 2-all tie and lead the Hornets past Crater.

The Comets (3-5) scored a pair of runs in the fifth inning to take a 2-1 lead on RBI efforts by Alyssa Kilbane and Maddie Sheadel but stranded 10 baserunners overall in the contest.

Madison Perez had a solo home run for Henley in the fourth as the Hornets (7-0) had five extra-base efforts among their seven hits.

Kilbane and Alexis Perez each went 2-for-4 for Crater, with McKenna Sease adding a double.

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Perez and Laws; Moore and Perez. W — Perez. L — Laws. 2B — C: Sease, Perez. H: Juhl, Badker. 3B — H: Hudson. HR — H: Perez, Hudson.

Track and Field

JOHNSON SHINES: At Phoenix, freshman Jane Johnson was in on three victories as Phoenix met Klamath Union in a dual track meet.

Team scores weren’t available.

Johnson won the 100 meters in 13.38 seconds, the 400 in 1:08.09 and was on the winning 4x100 relay with Brisa Bauer, Maiya Gonsalves and Madelyn Mayer, clocking 56.78.

BOYS

TEAM SCORES: Klamath Union 78, Phoenix 56.

100 — 1, Zachary Moore, KU, 11.51; 200 — 1, Zachary Moore, KU, 23.81; 400 — 1, Trevor McNally, KU, 55.01; 800 — 1, Elwood Hosking, P, 2:01.89; 1,500 — 1, Dilan Mathieu, P, 4:32.23; 3,000 — 1, Olaf Coffey, KU, 9:45.64; 110 HURDLES — 1, Tannyr Rose, KU, 18.75; 300 HURDLES — 1, Tannyr Rose, KU, 46.24; 4X100 RELAY — 1, Phoenix, 47.19; 4X400 RELAY — 1, Klamath Union (Konner Lane, Trevor McNally, Spencer Moore, Jonathan Reed) 3:49.72.

SHOT PUT — 1, Fa Luafulufa Masalosalo, P, 46-0.25; JAVELIN — 1, Ramiro Garcia-Silva, KU, 114-1; HIGH JUMP — 1, Travis Fitzwater, KU, 5-4; POLE VAULT — 1, Trevor McNally, KU, 9-0; LONG JUMP — 1, Zachary Moore, KU, 18-5.75; TRIPLE JUMP — 1, Tannyr Rose, KU, 35-5.5.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES: Klamath Union 79, Phoenix 55.

100 — 1, Jane Johnson, P, 13.38; 200 — 1, Klaudia Lendway, KU, 29.85; 400 — 1, Jane Johnson, P, 1:08.09; 800 — 1, Daisy Kritzer, P, 2:44.08; 1,500 — 1, Kyla Potratz, P, 5:23.02; 3,000 — 1, Hayleigh Dukes, KU, 12:48.41; 100 HURDLES — 1, Grace Girdner, KU, 16.80; 300 HURDLES — 1, Grace Girdner, KU, 59.91; 4X100 RELAY — 1, Phoenix (Brisa Bauer, Jane Johnson, Maiya Gonsalves, Madelyn Mayer) 56.78; 4X400 RELAY — 1, Klamath Union (Isabela Coffman, Klaudia Lendway, Aubrey Syrnyk, Naomi Pope) 4:41.28.

SHOT PUT — 1, Destiny Rowley, KU, 32-9; JAVELIN — 1, MaKynna Nolan, P, 72-0; HIGH JUMP — 1, Grace Girdner, KU, 4-10; POLE VAULT — 1, Piper Lane, KU, 6-0; LONG JUMP — 1, Madelyn Mayer, P, 13-11; TRIPLE JUMP — 1, Katherine Brown, KU, 26-11.5.

Boys Tennis

GRANTS PASS 6, NORTH MEDFORD 0: Grants Pass pulled off a sweep in six contested matches at North Medford High, with Parker Pastrell winning 8-0 in a pro-set match at No. 1 singles over Casey Haggins to highlight the action.

SINGLES: Parker Pastrell, GP, d. Casey Haggins, 8-0; Preston Smith, GP, d. Robert Doshier, 8-4; Brock Huffaker, GP, d. Nick Snowden, 8-1; Ethan Nelson, GP, d. Nick Doshier, 8-0.

DOUBLES: Christian Dara-Noah Horban, GP, d. Casey Haggins-Robert Doshier, NM, 8-4; Evan Riggs-McKay Pratt, GP, d. Nick Snowden-Nick Doshier, 8-1.

Girls Tennis

GRANTS PASS 7, NORTH MEDFORD 1: Grants Pass swept the singles, but North Medford got in the win column at No. 1 doubles during the SOC match at North Medford.

Hadley Dunlevy and Jade Yang teamed up for the Black Tornado’s victory, downing Maddy Cox and Allison Robinson, 6-3, 6-3.

SINGLES: Allie Rist, GP, d. Molly Milligan, 6-0, 6-1; An Mei Goei, GP, d. Henry Taylor, 6-0, 6-0; Elle Beth Isabel, GP, d. Shelly Chung, 6-0, 6-3; Paige Pastrell, GP, d. Hailey Dolmage, 6-2, 6-0.

DOUBLES: Hadley Dunlevy-Jade Yang, NM, d. Maddy Cox-Allison Robinson, 6-3, 6-3; Amelia Gladbach-Alyssa Jarred, GP, d. Megan Burnett-Sarah Grussenmeyer, 6-2, 6-1; Elise Crowson-Janessa Pilcher, GP, d. Hayley Chung-Emma Almanza, 6-2, 6-4; Rowyn Burnside-Danni Rome, GP, won by forfeit.