fb pixel

Log In


Reset Password

PREP ROUNDUP: Neff keys second-half surge for North

Andy Atkinson / Mail TribuneNorth Medford’s Treyson Neff (3), shown in an earlier game, scored 12 of his 19 points in the second half to lead the Black Tornado past Roseburg Thursday.

Junior guard Treyson Neff scored 12 of his game-high 19 points in the second half as North Medford pulled away late for a 67-42 boys basketball win over Roseburg at North Medford High Thursday.

Neff added six rebounds for the Black Tornado, who improved to 5-1.

North junior forward O’shea Miller and senior wing Nick Karrick also scored in double figures, finishing with 13 and 11 points, respectively.

North’s Austin McLean added eight points and seven rebounds off the bench, while senior guard Landon Ellis finished with a eight assists.

Senior Matthew Parker finished scored 13 points and hit three 3-pointers to lead the way offensively for Roseburg (2-3).

ROSEBURG (42): Pinard 10, Mendoza 9, J. Parker 0, Marsters 7, Stedman 1, M. Parker 13, Wilder 2. Totals: 14 8-15 42.

NORTH MEDFORD (67): McLean 8, Ty. Neff 0, Tr. Neff 19, Orozco 3, Karrick 11, Ellis 4, Young 0, Miller 13, Dyer 2, Goodrich 4, Dominguez 0, Conrad 3. Totals: 27 5-8 67.

Roseburg114198— 42

North Medford13141723— 67

3-point goals — Roseburg 6 (Pinard 2, Mendoza 1, M. Parker 3); North Medford 8 (Tr. Neff 3, Orozco 1, Karrick 3, Conrad 1).

JV score — North Medford 58, Roseburg 32.

ST. MARY’S 73, SOUTH UMPQUA 46: St. Mary’s scored 26 points in the second quarter to blow open the game at St. Mary’s.

The Crusaders built a 45-20 halftime lead while improving their record to 3-2.

Three players shared team scoring honors for St. Mary’s with 12 points apiece: Will Kranenburg, Luke Bennion and Jonah Hadley.

Chase Briggs made three 3-pointers and scored 20 points for South Umpqua (0-3).

SOUTH UMPQUA (46): Briggs 20, Parker 1, Marlow 0, White 1, Cole 0, Johnson 13, Burnett 6, Kelly 5. Totals: 18 6-17 46.

ST. MARY’S (73): Friesen 4, Kranenburg 12, Walker 9, Bennion 12, Delplanche 3, Hadley 12, Sternenberg 8, Patel 6, Foster 0, Haynes 6, Johnson 3. Totals: 28 13-18 73.

South Umpqua10101115— 46

St. Mary’s19261216— 73

3-point goals — South Umpqua 4 (Briggs 3, Johnson 1), St. Mary’s 4 (Walker 1, Bennion 1, Delplanche 1, Johnson 1). Technical foul — Johnson.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 67, BROOKINGS-HARBOR 33: At Brookings, Matt McPheeters made 10 of 11 field goals and scored 23 points to lead defensive-minded Cascade Christian.

The Challengers (5-0) held the Bruins (1-1) to fewer than 10 points in three quarters and scored 47 second-half points.

Cody Reece scored 10 points and had six assists, and Austin Maurer grabbed 12 rebounds to go with eight points, all in the second half, for Cascade Christian.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (67): Reece 10, Coppedge 0, McPheeters 23, Law 15, A. Maurer 8, Marincus 4, Nering 4, P. Maurer 0, Anderson 3. Totals: 27-59 10-12 67.

BROOKINGS-HARBOR (33): Christenson 3, Beaman 4, Gallaher 3, Russell 6, Tuttle 4, Soule 2, Badger 5, Burger 6, Serna 0. Totals: 14 5-6 33.

Cascade Christian1642423— 67

Brookings-Harbor84813— 33

3-point goals — Cascade Christian 3 (Morgan 1, A. Maurer 2), Brookings-Harbor 2 (Christenson 1, Gallaher 1).

Girls Basketball

NORTH MEDFORD 43, ROSEBURG 21: At Roseburg, Jazmyne Wells scored 20 points and grabbed eight rebounds and North Medford blanked Roseburg in the first quarter of the SOC win.

Wells made three of the team’s four 3-pointers as the Black Tornado improved to 2-3.

Ali Stevens added 12 points for North Medford.

Roseburg (0-3) got 10 points from Amy Carpenter.

NORTH MEDFORD (43): Stewart 0, Stevens 12, Wells 20, Richardson 0, Patel 5, Hamlin 4, McNamee 0, Chavez 2. Totals: 17-40 5-8 43.

ROSEBURG (21): Bowman 0, S. Muntifering 0, Mohlsic 2, Carpenter 10, J. Muntifering 0, Pinard 4, Miller 3, Murphy 2. Totals: 6-31 9-13 21.

North Medford155203— 43

Roseburg0858— 21

3-point goals — North Medford 4-16 (Wells 3, Patel 1).

JV result — Roseburg 24, North Medford 20.

ST. MARY’S 50, SOUTH UMPQUA JV 21: At Myrtle Creek, St. Mary’s sophomore Morgan Dole and junior Ryker Rothfus each scored 17 points as the Crusaders picked up their first win of the season.

St. Mary’s (1-4) limited the Lancers to single-digit point totals in each quarter, building a 23-9 lead at the half.

Maddie Ward added six points and six rebounds for the Crusaders.

ST. MARY’S (50): Dole 17, Rothfus 17, Ward 6, Mejia 6, Ashland 4. Totals: 21 7-15 50.

SOUTH UMPQUA (21): Kelley 3, McCaughan 6, Everett 4, Love 6, Donahoe 2. Totals: 8 3-11 21.

St. Mary’s149189— 50

South Umpqua7293— 21

3-point goals — St. Mary’s 3 (Dole 2, Rothfus 1); South Umpqua (Kelley 1, McCaughan 1) Fouled out — Ashland.

BROOKINGS-HARBOR 49, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 34: Cascade Christian senior wing Liz White filled up the stat sheet on her way to recording a double-double, but visiting Brookings-Harbor held firm in the second half to come away with the win.

White scored a game-high 14 points, pulled down 13 rebounds — including seven on the defensive end — and dished out five assists to go with four steals.

Fellow senior Katelyn Willard also scored in double figures with 10 points, recorded four rebounds and three assists, while sophomore Lainey Pierson added four points and five rebounds for the Challengers (0-2).

Senior Shelby Jirsa led Brookings-Harbor (4-0) with 14 points and hit four of her team’s eight 3-pointers.

BROOKINGS-HARBOR (49): Jirsa 14, Fitzhugh 9, A. Schofield 7, L. Schofield 5, Peters 5, Burton 5, Scott 4, Nolte 0, Gallagher 0, Marrington 0. Totals: 18 5-7 49.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (34): White 14, Willard 10, Pierson 4, Holt 4, Snowden 2, Akins 0, Joseph 0, Shipman 0, Dunn, Sweem 0, Roberson 0. Totals: 14 5-8 34.

Brookings-Harbor11161012— 49

Cascade Christian58813— 34

3-point goals — Brookings-Harbor (Jirsa 4, Fitzhugh 1, L. Schofield 1, Peters 1, Burton 1); Cascade Christian 1 (Willard); Fouled out — Willard; Technical foul — Brookings-Harbor coach C. Schofield.

Wrestling

EAGLE POINT 37, GRANTS PASS 36: At Eagle Point, Eagle Point got a pin from Marc Milazzo at 220 pounds to seal the Southern Oregon Conference dual-match victory.

Milazzo won in 1 minute, 37 seconds over Grants Pass’ Jacob Moss for the Eagles’ final points.

Eagle Point also got pins from Luke Callahan at 120, Kyle O’Neil at 160 and Jimmie Copeland at 195.

106 — Double forfeit; *113 — Diego De La Cruz, EP, won by forfeit; 120 — Luke Callahan, EP, pinned Mark Astry, 2:52; 126 — Josef Miner, GP, pinned Luke Patterson, 1:02; 132 — Noe Cortez, EP, dec Christian Dara, 9-4.

138 — Dylan Dahling, EP, dec. Jayden Whipp, 3-0; 145 — Tagge Fry, GP, pinned Kenai Copeland, 1:48; 152 — Elliot Harris, GP, pinned David Brown III, 2:20; 160 — Kyle O’Neil, EP, pinned Zander Mustafa, 3:40.

170 — Ryan Johnston, GP, pinned Kurtis Jackson, 0:55; 182 — Dredan Myers, GP, pinned Juan Ruiz II, 2:57; 195 — Jimmie Copeland, EP, pinned Owen Townes, 2:38; 220 — Marc Milazzo, EP, pinned Jacob Moss, 1:37; 285 — Logan Burden, GP, pinned Joel Montes, 1:07.

* starting weight