Neither team gave an inch, but Roseburg came away the winner in its rubber match with Grants Pass on Tuesday night at Robertson Memorial Gym. Seniors Shelby Snook and Jaclyn Humphry carried the Indians down the stretch as they needed two overtimes to beat the Lady Cavers, 47-42, in a Southern Oregon Hybrid girls basketball game. The win moved the Indians (15-6, 5-4 SOH) into sole possession of second place in the conference race, one game ahead of North Medford (13-6, 4-5) and Grants Pass (7-11, 4-5) with three regular season contests remaining. Second-ranked South Medford (16-4, 8-0) has already …
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