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GIRLS BASKETBALL: South Medford routs Mountain View

BEND — Ula Chamberlin scored 27 points and had four of South Medford’s 14 steals and the Panthers erupted for a 19-point first-quarter lead en route to an 87-35 nonleague win over Mountain View on Saturday at Mountain View High School.

The win wrapped up a successful two-game road trip for the Panthers (4-0), who crushed Bend by 20 points the night before.

“I thought we played better the second day of the road trip,” said South Medford head coach Tom Cole, whose team was ranked sixth in this week’s Class 6A girls basketball coaches poll. “We were a little sluggish in the first half (Friday), but this was the best start of our season in terms of the first quarter, getting out and really creating some separation.”

Besides Chamberlin, the only senior on the Panthers’ roster, South received big contributions from Bella Pedrojetti, who hit five 3-pointers on her way to 19 points, and Toni Coleman, who had seven rebounds and five assists. Pedrojetti added six boards, Laini Dahlin 11 points and freshman Sierra Logue 10 points and six boards.

The Panthers, who created 18 turnovers and outrebounded Mountain View 41-26, led 24-5 after one quarter and 48-14 at the half.

“I thought we did a good job tonight with our offensive efficiency,” Cole said, “and we got production from a lot of places on the team. We haven’t had a game like that yet, where everybody contributed, so it was a nice way to finish off a long road trip.”

SOUTH MEDFORD (87): K. Chamberlin 5, Coleman 1, U. Chamberlin 27, Dillard 0, Schmerbach 2, Pedrojetti 19, Logue 10, Coley 6, Dahlin 11, Teague-Perry 6. Totals: 34 8-13 87.

MOUNTAIN VIEW (35): Towle 1, Vaccaro 2, Johnson 0, Meier 0, Bowles 11, Dickerson 10, Hansen 6, Overcash 5. Totals: 13 6-14 35.

South Medford24241425— 87

Mountain View59912— 35

3-point goals — South Medford 11 (K. Chamberlin 1, U. Chamberlin 4, Pedrojetti 5, Dahlin 1), Mountain View 3 (Bowles 2, Overcash 1).

JV result — South Medford won.

GRANTS PASS 52, DOUGLAS 20: At Minden, Nev., Ahdra Klingler made two of her four 3-pointers in the first quarter as Grants Pass built a 20-6 lead in the nonconference win.

Klingler scored 18 points to pace the Cavers, who remained undefeated at 4-0.

Camdyn Bruner added 11 points and Ayla Klingler nine as Grants Pass concluded its three-game out-of-state swing.

GRANTS PASS (52): Campbell 0, Rucker 0, Gaither 6, Lingo 0, Ay. Klingler 9, Williams 3, Ah. Klingler 18, Rund 5, Bruner 11, Yount 0. Totals: 16 12-16 52.

DOUGLAS (20): Laney 0, Coverley 0, Moss 0, Galliett 0, Smalley 9, Miller 0, Veil 0, Kizer 3, Hughes 1, Vardas-Doane 4, David 0, Mello 3. Totals: 8 2-6 20.

Grants Pass2013163— 52

Douglas6446— 20

3-point goals — Grants Pass 8 (Gaither 1, Ay. Klingler 1, Williams 1, Ah. Klingler 4, Rund 1), Douglas 2 (Kizer 1, Mello 1).

CRATER 42, HENLEY 30: At Klamath Falls, Crater senior Sydney Gray totaled 12 points, seven rebounds, three assists and three steals to lead the Class 5A Comets to their second win of the young season over 4A Henley.

Freshman McKenzie Hirsch posted her personal best in points with nine to go with four rebounds and a block for Crater (4-1), while seniors Eliza Idiart (eight points) and Maya Van Hook (seven points) added to the effort.

Junior Presley Robison also contributed six rebounds, three steals and one assist.

Senior post Jessica Northcutt scored 14 points for Henley (2-2).

CRATER (42): Gugliotta 0, Hirsch 9, Idiart 8, Van Hook 7, Robison 0, Gray 12, Ellis 0, Woodard 2, Young 4. Totals: 16 8-13 42.

HENLEY (30): Loney 6, Sharp 2, Peterson 1, Barnett 0, Smith 0, McCulloch 1, Moore 6, Lowell 0, Northcutt 14. Totals: 8 14-31 30.

Crater148128— 42

Henley51087— 30

3-point goals — Crater 2 (Idiart 2).

JV score — Crater 58, Henley 51

EAGLE POINT 55, MAZAMA 35: At Klamath Falls, Kierssa Hogan scored 12 points and Andrea Flores added 11 points and 12 rebounds to lead a balanced attack by Eagle Point.

The Eagles (3-1), coming off an overtime loss to Henley the night before, raced out to a 22-5 lead and cruised from there against Mazama (2-3).

Alexa Burgess had nine points and EP got eight points apiece from Teya Amidei and Nicole Lawler in the rout.

Maddy Lease scored 13 points to lead Mazama.

EAGLE POINT (55): Shelton 2, Hogan 12, Monroe 3, Flores 11, Amidei 8, Burgess 9, Swanson 2, Lawler 8, Sather 0. Totals: 13 8-12 55.

MAZAMA (35): Clemens 3, M. Lease 13, Hill 5, K. Lease 3, Kappas 9, Strong 2, Spoon 0, Jeffrey 0, Edmonds 0, Erickson 0, Albers 0. Totals: 9 17-31 35.

Eagle Point1718119— 55

Mazama541511— 35

3-point goals — Eagle Point 7 (Hogan 2, Amidei 2, Burgess 1, Lawler 2).

JV result — Mazama won.

PIRATES TAKE THIRD: At Phoenix, Phoenix bounced back from a first-round morning loss in its own tournament to edge Rogue River in the afternoon and take third place in the Pirate Shootout.

Tillamook jumped out to a 26-9 lead at the break and held on for a 44-30 win in the first game, and Phoenix used some clutch free throw shooting and solid defense to beat Rogue River 51-49 later in the day.

Against Tillamook, Maggie Carrillo had 10 points and six rebounds off the bench to lead the Pirates (3-2), while Marcella Badillo and Delani Parent scored eight points apiece.

In the third-place game, Phoenix’s Cristal Tellez had 13 points and six rebounds and hit two free throws with six seconds left to ice the game. The Chieftains (3-3) answered with a long 3-pointer by Jesse Langfield just before the final buzzer. Langfield led all scorers with 17 points.

Parent added 15 points and 12 rebounds and Carrillo 14 points and four assists for the Pirates, who hit 12 of 16 free throws and outscored the Chieftains 14-4 in the fourth quarter.

TILLAMOOK (44): Perdew 2, Reeves 16, Crabtree 14, Braxling 0, Lourenzo 3, Rieger 0, Stevens 9, Gracia 0, Bodie 0. Totals: 18 6-11 30.

PHOENIX (30): Carrillo 10, Villasenor 2, Christensen 0, Skaff 0, Tellez 2, Flores 0, Badillo 8, Parent 8. Totals: 12 4-7 30.

Tillamook131399— 44

Phoenix36912— 30

3-point goals — Tillamook 2 (Reeves 1, Lourenzo 1), Phoenix 2 (Carrillo 2).

JV result — Ashland d. Phoenix.

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ROGUE RIVER (49): Sizemore 7, Rangel 1, Earnest 5, McKown 11, Langfield 17, Howard 2, Spaeth 6, Drake 0, Weilbacher 0. Totals: 18 10-21 49.

PHOENIX (51): Carrillo 14, Villasenor 5, Christensen 0, Skaff 0, Tellez 13, Flores 2, Badillo 2, Parent 15. Totals: 17 12-16 51.

Rogue River1414174— 49

Phoenix1515714— 51

3-point goals — Rogue River 3 (Sizemore 1, Langfield 1, Earnest 1), Phoenix 3 (Villasenor 1, Tellez 1, Parent 1); Fouled out — Sizemore, Rangel.

JV result — Rogue River won.

ST. MARY’S 47, TILLAMOOK 33: At Phoenix, Emma Bennion scored 17 points and Ibixica Alvarez hit two key 3-pointers in the first half on her way to 13 points as the Crusaders won the Pirate Shootout and improved to 4-0 on the season at Phoenix High School.

Already ahead 23-21 at the break, St. Mary’s outscored Tillamook (4-1) 18-7 in the third quarter to blow the game open.

Madi Andrews added 10 points for the Crusaders, and Emma Ward and Abbie Christman combined to hold Tillamook post Lexie Crabtree to two points.

Maddie Reeves led the Cheesemakers with 16 points.

ST. MARY’S (47): Young 2, Andrews 10, Alvarez 13, Bennion 17, Rajagopal 3, Ward 2, Christman 0, Lippert 0. Totals: 20 3-3 47.

TILLAMOOK (33): Reeves 16, Crabtree 2, Lourenzo 7, Stevens 4, Rieger 2, Gracia 2, Perdew 0, Braxling 0. Totals: 12 7-10 33.

St. Mary’s1013186— 47

Tillamook81375— 33

3-point goals — St. Mary’s 4 (Alverez 3, Rajagopal 1), Tillamook 2 (Reeves 1, Lourenzo 1).

JV score — St. Mary’s 40, Ashland 18.

RV ADVENTIST 41, BUTTE FALLS/CRATER LAKE 10: Rogue Valley Adventist opened a 23-0 first-half lead in the nonconference home game and upped its record to 3-0.

Paris Quave had a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Red Tail Hawks, and Savanah Zamora had 11 points, nine rebounds and six steals. Irlanda Esparza chipped in six points, five rebounds and two steals.

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