GIRLS BASKETBALL: South pushes win streak to 7 games – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Quick begins to look like the development for the South Medford ladies basketball staff in Southwest Convention play, and Saturday afternoon was no completely different.

South Medford raced out to a different large lead towards the SWC opposition, surpassing the 50-point mark within the opening half because the fourth-ranked Panthers claimed an 82-55 win over South Eugene to increase their successful streak to seven video games.

“Total, a whole lot of youngsters had been capable of contribute and get some confidence,” South Medford head coach Tom Cole mentioned. “It was a superb sport by us.”

The Panthers (18-3, 7-0 SWC) had been capable of construct a 49-29 lead going into halftime even with the new capturing of Ax senior guard Sofia Megert, who scored 18 of her game-high 33 factors within the first half . Megert, who had 21 factors towards South Medford within the SWC opener again on Jan. 22, made all six of South Eugene’s 3-pointers Saturday.

“We have now seen that younger girl have a couple of 30-point video games,” Cole mentioned of Megert, who shot 70% from the sphere within the first half. “She gave us some suits.”

Junior guard Donovyn Hunter led the best way offensively for the Panthers with 25 factors, eight rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals. Senior ahead Sierra Logue added 14 factors, seven rebounds and 4 blocks, whereas senior guard Lottie Dillard had 10 factors, pulled down seven boards and recorded two assists.

Kendell Fealey added seven factors and three steals for South, which performs at Grants Move on Friday night time.

Alia Harris additionally scored in double figures for South Eugene (5-13, 3-4) with 16 factors.

“We had been capable of get so much

of factors out of turnovers,” Cole mentioned. “We had solely 10 turnovers and we pressured 16 turnovers, so a whole lot of our factors got here out of steals. Of these 16 turnovers we pressured, 12 of these had been steals, and I assumed we did a very good job on the boards and outrebounded them 41-20.”

SOUTH EUGENE (55): Megert 33, Lucas 0, Harris 16, Davis 0, Betenson 0, Boyd 2, Tuguldur 2, Keiper 2, Galloway 0, Villalobos 0. Totals: 20 9-15 55.

SOUTH MEDFORD (82): Settle 4, Hunter 25, Dillard 10, S. Schmerbach 6, Logue 14, West 7, Bullock 3, T. Schmerbach 6, Fealey 7. Totals: 36 5-13 82.

South Eugene13161412— 55

South Medford25241320— 82

3-point targets — South Eugene 6 (Megert 6), South Medford 5 (Hunter 3, Dillard 1, Fealey 1).

JV consequence — South Medford received.

GRANTS PASS 34, NORTH MEDFORD 29: Brooklyn Wakefield scored a putback following a missed free throw with 4.5 seconds left to ice the intently contested SWC sport for Grants Move.

A low-scoring sport after Grants Move (11-7, 4-3 SWC) led 13-11 after the primary quarter, the Cavers had been capable of maintain off the comeback bid by the Black Twister.

Wakefield scored a game-high 14 factors and had 10 rebounds and 4 blocks, whereas Brooke Anderson added 11 factors, three assists, 4 rebounds and a pair of steals. Sophie Mock chipped in seven factors, eight rebounds and 5 steals.

Olivia Boger led North Medford (7-13, 1-6) with 13 factors, 9 steals, 4 rebounds and three assists. Caileigh Raines added 5 factors, eight rebounds and 4 blocks.

GRANTS PASS (34): B. Wakefield 14, Anderson 11, Mock 7, Brandes 2, Kleiner 0, Bruner 0, Vainuku-Johnson 0, Tobey 0. Totals: 10 13-21 34.

NORTH MEDFORD (29): Boger 13, Stevens 5, Raines 4, Patel 3, Richardson 2, Lane 2, McNamee 0, Hamlin 0, Gallery 0. Totals: 11 3-7 29.

Grants Pass13399— 34

North Medford11558— 29

3-point targets — Grants Move 1 (Anderson 1), North Medford 4 (Boger 2, Stevens 1, Patel 1).

JV consequence — Grants Move received.

OAKLAND 40, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 23: Shorthanded Cascade Christian managed simply 9 second-half factors, permitting Class 2A Oakland to drag away for the nonleague victory on the Challengers’ fitness center.

Cascade Christian (5-16), who had simply seven gamers out there, trailed 19-14 on the half however was outscored by Oakland 21-9 after the break.

Challengers freshman Jordyn Jones scored seven of her team-high 9 factors within the first half.

Junior put up Tia Picknell scored 13 factors to guide the Oakers (17-8).

OAKLAND (40): Vogel-Hunt 5, Oberman 6, Witten 10, Sigl 0, Brooksby 1, Williamson 0, Busciglio 2, Picknell 13, Richardson 0, Carlile 0, Mason 3. Totals: 17 3-7 40.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (23): Cramer 5, Folin 0, Brehm 3, Jones 9, Pierson 2, Roberson 4, Smith 0. Totals: 9 4-6 23.

Oakland109813— 40

Cascade Christian6836— 23

3-point targets — Oakland 3 (Oberman 2, Vogel-Hunt 1), Cascade Christian 1 (Cramer 1).

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 47, CROSSPOINT CHRISTIAN 8: Michaela Porter scored a game-high 20 factors and recorded 5 rebounds and three steals to guide Rogue Valley to a dominant win within the Pink Tail Hawks’ regular-season finale.

With the win, RVA (17-3, 10-2) no less than a tie for the Mountain Valley League title with Trinity Lutheran, which performs its closing league sport of the season on Monday towards Central Christian.

RVA’s Emma Bischoff added 9 factors and eight rebounds, whereas Isabell Zamora had eight assists and Stephanie Castro chipped in eight factors and two rebounds.

South Medford junior Donovyn Hunter, seen right here in a file picture from earlier this season, scored a team-high 25 factors within the Panthers’ win over South Eugene on Saturday. PHOTO BY: LARRY STAUTH JR


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