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PREP ROUNDUP: Comets start fast, topple Eagles

EAGLE POINT — In a meeting of two of the best teams in the Midwestern League and Class 5A, the fifth-ranked Crater wrestling team led start to finish to secure a 55-29 win over No. 8 Eagle Point on Wednesday night.

Crater won eight of the first nine weight classes, including a win at 132 pounds from Moses Kyne, who beat Eagle Point’s Luke Patterson 8-6 in overtime.

“That was a great match that he won in overtime,” said Crater head coach Greg Haga of Kyne’s win. “He’s new in our lineup and he’s one of our younger guys. He’s got a lot of guys around him who give him the business at practice a little bit, but he stays in there and he’s scrapping and fighting.”

Sienna Caruso and Elijah Bayne set the tone for the Comets, each picking up wins via fall. Ty Havniear and Matthew Bolanos also scored pins for Crater, while Ayden Tazioli (145) grabbed an 8-4 decision over David Brown.

Eagle Point’s lone win early on came from Luke Callahan at 120 pounds on a 16-1 technical fall over Wren Rambo.

The Eagles’ final four wrestlers — Brian Brown (182), Jimmie Copeland (195), Marc Milazzo (220) and Garrett Williams (285) — all picked up wins to close out the dual.

“I thought we wrestled well,” Haga said.

TEAM SCORE: Crater 55, Eagle Point 29

*106 — Sienna Caruso, C, pinned Tallen Elizando; 113 — Elijah Bayne, C, pinned Gregory Hunter; 120 — Luke Callahan, EP, tech. fall Wren Rambo, 16-1; 126 — Ryan McCarty, C, pinned Robert Howes; 132 — Moses Kyne, C, dec. Luke Patterson, 8-6 SV.

138 — Ty Havniear, C, pinned Dylan Dahling; 145 — Ayden Tazioli, C, dec. David Brown, 8-4; 152 — Matthew Bolanos, C, pinned Kenai Copeland; 160 — Brayden Gray, C, pinned Gage Hathaway.

170 — Braiden Tester, C, pinned Juan Ruiz; 182 — Brian Brown, EP, won by forfeit; 195 — Jimmie Copeland, EP, pinned Caleb Canfield; 220 — Marc Milazzo, EP, pinned Gabriel Williams; 285 — Garrett Matthews, EP, pinned Justin Brehm.

* starting weight

GRANTS PASS 57, NORTH MEDFORD 12: Sixth-ranked Grants Pass took early control and rolled to a Southwest Conference dual win over North Medford at the Black Tornado’s gym.

Joseph Borraggine (106), Noah Allen (145) and Jace Garibay (152) picked up the Black Tornado’s wins on the night. Borraggine pinned Grants Pass’ Nathan Higa in 1:14, while Allen edged Ashton Park for a 10-9 decision and Garibay won via a 10-0 major decision over Bruxton Leair.

*106 — Joseph Borraggine, NM, pinned Nathan Higa, 1:14; 113 — Robert Miner, GP, tech. fall Sadie Hall, 19-4; 120 — Mark Astry, GP, tech. fall Estella Gutches, 17-2; 126 — Christian Dara, GP, major dec. Evan Reyes, 12-4; 132 — Owen Hull, GP, pinned Kaden Baker, 1:45.

138 — Tagge Fry, GP, pinned Hayden Allensis, 2:32; 145 — Noah Allen, NM, dec. Ashton Park, 10-9; 152 — Jace Garibay, NM, major dec. Bruxton Leair, 10-0; 160 — Ryan Johnston, GP, pinned Atreaue Roe, 2:59.

170 — Jordan Barnett, GP, dec. Robert Doshier, 7-4; 182 — Owen Townes, GP, pinned Conner McDougall, 2:07; 195 — Dredan Myers, GP, major dec. William Anderson, 14-4; 220 — Bladimir Mendez-Chavez, GP, pinned Kael Brown, 1:05; 285 — Kaleb Davis, GP, pinned Dutch Nicholson, 1:15.

* starting weight

HENLEY 48, ASHLAND 30: At Klamath Falls, Ashland picked up four individual wins, but three early forfeits proved costly in a nonleague dual loss against Henley.

The Grizzlies’ Lindson Turner (126), William Wass (145) and Patrick Latham (152) gave the Grizzlies their first three wins via fall. Alan Helsel, at 182 pounds, also secured a pin.

*106 — Emma Poe, H, won by forfeit; 113 — Dylan Clark, H, won by forfeit; 120 — Cole Davis, H, won by forfeit; 126 — Lindson Turner, A, pinned Kyle Nichols; 132 — Riley Ore, H, tech. fall Perrin Helsel, 15-0.

138 — Jaxon Mengis, H, pinned Wesley Clark; 145 — William Wass, A, pinned Michael Elwood; 152 — Patrick Latham, A, pinned Sam Mckeen-Hornbeck; 160 — Dominic Ingle, H, major dec. Kalani Pennell, 18-7.

170 — Estefan Muneton, H, dec. Will Downs, 4-3; 182 — Alan Helsel, A, pinned Nilan Sieben; 195 — Matthew McCoy, H, pinned Matthew Lindsay; 220 — Hagen Greer, H, won by forfeit; 285 — Jonathan Urrutia, A, won by forfeit.

* starting weight

Boys Basketball

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 64, SOUTH UMPQUA 52: Senior Cody Reece and sophomore Austin Maurer combined for all but 14 of Cascade Christian’s points as the second-ranked Challengers pulled away for a Far West League win.

Reece scored a game-high 26 points — nearly half which came on 12-of-16 shooting from the free-throw line — and recorded five assists, while the 6-foot-11 Maurer had a double-double with 25 points and 13 rebounds while also blocking seven shots.

Peyton Maurer added eight points for the Challengers (11-4, 3-0 FWL), who have won seven of their last eight entering Friday’s matchup with crosstown rival St. Mary’s.

Kade Johnson scored 14 points to lead South Umpqua (9-3, 2-1).

SOUTH UMPQUA (52): K., Johnson 14, Briggs 0, Lamm 7, Bunett 8, Real 1, Jenks 0, Eastridge 7, Gosselin 2, J. Johnson 5, Stevenson 8. Totals: 22 2-6 52.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (64): Reece 26, Wallace 0, P. Maurer 8, Hess 2, Sample 0, A. Maurer 25, Nering 0, Westlake 1, Richardson 2. Totals: 20 20-35 64.

South Umpqua9121417— 52

Cascade Christian8231221— 64

3-point goals — South Umpqua 6 (K. Johnson 2, Lamm 2, Eastridge 1, J. Johnson 1), Cascade Christian 4 (P. Maurer 2, A. Maurer 2). Fouled out — Lamm.

ST. MARY’S 49, SUTHERLIN 32: St. Mary’s junior Kayden Walker scored 21 points and Noah Friesen added 11 as the Crusaders used a big third quarter to pull away for the Far West League win.

The Crusaders (5-9, 1-2 FWL), who led 22-19 at halftime, broke the game open with a 14-3 surge in the third quarter.

Thomas Woods scored 11 points to lead Sutherlin (2-14, 0-3).

SUTHERLIN (32): Jacobs 0, McGarvey 5, Palm 3, Cervantes 8, Fulte 0, Woods 11, Mentes 5. Totals: 12 5-11 32.

ST. MARY’S (49): Friesen 11, Walker 21, Haynes 3, Delplanche 4, Cooley 0, Patel 0, Foster 5, Johnson 5. Totals: 17 11-15 49.

Sutherlin109310— 32

St. Mary’s10121413— 49

3-point goals — Sutherlin 3 (Palm 1, Cervantes 1, Woods 1), St. Mary’s 4 (Friesen 2, Walker 1, Haynes 1).

Girls Basketball

SOUTH UMPQUA 45, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 41: Cascade Christian used a big third-quarter rally to tie the game at 33-all, but couldn’t complete the comeback in a Far West League loss.

The Challengers (5-10, 0-2) trailed 22-14 at the half but outscored the Lancers 19-11 in the third quarter to tie things up.

Sophomore Timnah Roberson scored nine of her team-high 17 points in the third quarter, while freshman Julia Brehm also finished in double figures with 11 points.

South Umpqua (4-8, 0-3) got 23 points from junior Tatum Kelley, who hit five of the Lancers’ six 3-pointers.

SOUTH UMPQUA (45): Kelly 23, Love 0, McElmurry 0, McCaughan 4, Pratt 2, Richardson 5, Woodruff 3, Martin 0, Donahoe 8. Totals: 17 5-10 45.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (41): Cramer 0, Sweem 5, Williams 5, Brehm 11, Pierson 3, Roberson 17, Purrier 0. Totals: 14 8-18 41.

South Umpqua11111112— 45

Cascade Christian86198— 41

3-point goals — South Umpqua 6 (Kelly 5, McCaughan 1), Cascade Christian 5 (Sweem 1, Brehm 1, Roberson 3).

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