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Cal Parks

DRAIN — Cal Parks led North Douglas in a 53-20 win over Elkton in Saturday's Skyline League North boys basketball contest.

Parks had a double-double in his senior night performance for the Warriors (15-9, 10-3 North). The senior had 14 points and 10 rebounds, eight of them offensive.

"Every time we missed a shot he was there to get the rebound and finish the play," N.D. coach Tyler Vancil said. Parks scored eight of his 14 points in the third quarter.

All of North Douglas' seniors stepped on the court and were able to score and play tough defense against Elkton (5-91, 2-11), keeping the Elks scoreless in the second quarter.

Elkton was led by Mason Cox with eight points. Trystn and Jaydn Woody had six points apiece for the Elks.

North Douglas will play at Pacific at 6 p.m. Wednesday in a league playoff.


ELKTON (20) — Mason Cox 8, T. Woody 6, J. Woody 6, Clevenger, Luzier, Mi. Cox, Moss, Pierce, Moore, Corvinus. Totals 7 1-2 20.

NORTH DOUGLAS (53) — Cal Parks 14, T. Parks 8, Bond 6, Smith 6, Gerrard 4, A. Frieze 5, Black 3, Anderson 3, K. Frieze 2, Erickson 2. Totals 25 1-8 53.

Elkton;8;0;6;6;—;20

N. Douglas;12;12;15;14;—;53

3-Point Goals – Elk. 5 (T. Woody 2, Ma. Cox 1, J. Woody 2), N.D. (A. Frieze, Black). Total Fouls — Elk. 6, N.D. 12. Rebounds — Elk. 17, N.D. 42.

Sports reporter Sanne Godfrey can be reached at 541-957-4203 or via email at sgodfrey@nrtoday.com. Follow her on Twitter @sannegodfrey

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Sanne Godfrey is a sports reporter for The News-Review.

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