REEDSPORT — Glide overcame a slow start and held off Reedsport’s fierce comeback attempt to earn a 44-40 victory Tuesday in a nonleague boys basketball game.

“We started slow, then got it to tied at the half,” Glide coach Jeff Smith said. “We played a solid third quarter, but didn’t finish as well as I would have liked.”

After trailing 12-6, the Wildcats (3-0) tied it 20-all at the half. They broke away with a 15-4 third quarter, then had to hold off the Brave (0-2) in the fourth quarter.

“We have to learn some time of the game things,” Smith said. “I’ll take the W on the road and that is a good learning experience.”

Dillon Towne led GHS with 17 points and 10 rebounds, while Terrell Russell had 10 points and four steals and Caidyn Cunningham had six assists for the Wildcats.

Dallas McGill led RHS with 11 points.

GLIDE (44) — Dillon Towne 17, Russell 10, Alexander 8, DeBell 5, Wilding 2, Cunningham 2, Karcher, Bucich, Rinnert, Tischner. Totals 17 6-9 44.

REEDSPORT (40) — Dallas McGill 11, Lavigne 10, Analco 6, Stanley 6, Chaney 5, Voepel 2. Totals 15 9-26 40.

Glide 6 14 15 9 — 44

Reedsport 12 8 4 16 — 40

3-Point Goals — Gli. 4 (Alexander 2, Towne 2), Reed. 5 (Lavigne 3, Chaney, Standley). Total Fouls — Gli. 23, Ree. 13.

Oakland 72, Elkton 33

OAKLAND — The Oakland boys basketball team got scoring contributions from 11 players in its nonleague victory over Elkton at the Nut House.

Colton Brownson led the Oakers (3-0) with 17 points, followed by Triston Mask with 14 and Austin Madden with 11. Noah Strempel had a strong floor game with eight points, 10 assists, five rebounds and five steals. Zach Cummings grabbed eight rebounds.

“We were flat in the second quarter and lost our defensive intensity, but I was pleased with how we came out in the third quarter,” said Oakland coach Jeff Clark. “We got our transition game going and put the game away.”

Mason Cox scored 13 points for the Elks (1-3), who travel to Molalla Friday to meet Country Christian in the Cougar Classic.

Oakland visits Glide (3-0) Friday.

ELKTON (33) — Mason Cox 13, Luzier 4, J. Woody 4, Moore 4, Peters 3, Mi. Cox 3, T. Woody 2, Moss, Corvinus. Totals 10-31 8-14 33.

OAKLAND (72) — Colton Brownson 17, Mask 14, Madden 11, Strempel 8, Chastain 5, Brooksby 4, Reynolds 4, Roberson 2, Cummings 2, Tolliver 3, Clements 2, Miller, Harbour, Allen. Totals 30-64 3-9 72.

Elkton 3 15 6 9 — 33

Oakland 17 14 30 11 — 72

3-Point Goals — Elk. 5 (Moore, Peters, Luzier, Ma. Cox, Mi. Cox), Oak. 9 (Mask 4, Strempel 2, Madden 1, Chastain 1, Tolliver 1). Total Fouls — Elk. 10, Oak. 15. Rebounds — Elk. 27 (Moore 6), Oak. 39 (Cummings 8).

Riddle 69, Rogue River 55

ROGUE RIVER — The Riddle boys basketball team improved to 3-0 with a nonleague victory over Rogue River.

Senior guard Nate Hopkins led the Irish with 29 points. Dylan McFadden scored 16 points and Cameron McMichael had nine.

Tyler Walsh scored 13 points for the Chieftains (3-1), who lost their first game of the season.

Riddle will meet Canyonville Academy at 7:30 Friday in the first round of the Cow Creek Classic.

RIDDLE (69) — Nate Hopkins 29, McFadden 16, McMichael 9, Gianotti 5, Greer 5, Borschowa 4, Lopez 1, Myers. Totals 30 7-18 69.

ROGUE RIVER (55) — Tyler Walsh 13, Norris 12, Nelson 7, Agosto 7, Tognoni 6, Brandy 3, Decker 3, Hepner 2, Poston, Herinckx, Cano 2. Totals 21 6-10 55.

Riddle 19 19 7 24 — 69

R. River 14 10 15 16 — 55

3-Point Goals — Rid. 2 (Hopkins, Greer), R.R. 7 (Walsh 3, Decker 1, Nelson 1, Agosto 1, Brandy 1). Total Fouls — Rid. 16, R.R. 17.

Yoncalla 60, Crow 41

YONCALLA — The Yoncalla boys basketball team earned its first win of the season, topping Crow.

Elijah Allen had 18 points, Brody Best had 15 points and Bryan Allen added 12 for the Eagles (1-2).

“We played real well, Crow had a lot of size,” Yoncalla coach Darwin Terry said. “We had to contain their big guy inside. We had to make some adjustments inside defensively.”

Yoncalla plays at East Linn Christian Academy Friday.

CROW (41) — Lonnie Lay 17, Mathews 11, Ricks 8, Schwartz 4, Perry 1, Clark. Totals 15 4-10 41.

YONCALLA (60) — Elijah Allen 18, Best 15, B. Allen 12, Eichman 8, Marquez 3, Aguilar 3, Tibbatts 1, Clemons, Forthman, Weinhold, Gilbert. Totals 23 5-12 60.

Crow 11 11 17 2 — 41

Yoncalla 19 10 17 14 — 60

3-Point Goals — Crow 7 (Lay 5, Ricks 2), Yon. 9 (E. Allen 4, B. Allen 2, Best 1, Aguilar 1, Eichman 1). Total Fouls — Crow 13, Yon. 8.

N. Valley 64, S. Umpqua 42

TRI CITY — Lincoln Kilborn scored 23 points and North Valley used a strong first quarter to get the jump on South Umpqua.

Kilborn hit five 3-point field goals. Tanner Lauby added 13 points for the Knights (1-3), who led 33-18 at halftime.

Matt Lee scored a season-high 19 points for the Lancers (0-4). Josh Deister contributed six points and 10 rebounds.

S.U. travels to Murphy Friday to meet Hidden Valley.

NORTH VALLEY (64) — Lincoln Kilborn 23, Lauby 13, Avila 10, Tuttle 8, Smith 6, Taylor 3, Blaich 1, Geurin. Totals 21 12-27 64.

SOUTH UMPQUA (42) — Matt Lee 19, Deister 6, Roberts 4, Lamm 4, Z. Wilson 3, Thatcher 3, Davis 3, E. Wilson, Jaynes, Chung, Johnson. Totals 16 4-12 42.

N. Valley 23 10 17 14 — 64

S. Umpqua 10 8 14 10 — 42

3-Point Goals — N.V. 10 (Kilborn 5, Lauby 4, Tuttle 1), S.U. 6 (Lee 4, Thatcher 1, Z. Wilson 1). Total Fouls — N.V. 15, S.U. 22. Fouled Out — Roberts.

JV Score — North Valley won.

P. Hill 77, Douglas 43

PLEASANT HILL — Douglas was no match for Pleasant Hill, falling behind by 25 points after one quarter.

Logan Pruitt led the Billies (2-0) with 19 points. Stephen Parmenter added 11.

Braeden Edwards scored 10 points and Austin West had nine for the Trojans (1-2), who found some offense in the fourth quarter with 23 points.

The Trojans will host Bandon on Friday in a nonleague contest.

DOUGLAS (43) — Braeden Edwards 10, West 9, Jones 6, Chapman 4, Ledbetter 4, Hoque 4, Fowler 3, Schofield 3, Larocque, Avery. Totals 15 11-19 43.

PLEASANT HILL (77) — Logan Pruitt 19, Parmenter 11, Rowland 10, Casarez 9, Gielish 6, Seitz 5, Smith 4, Everett 4, Oljace 4, Rupnawar 3, Skelton 2. Totals 29 17-22 77.

Douglas 4 8 8 23 — 43

P. Hill 29 16 18 14 — 77

3-Point Goals — Dou. 2 (Edwards, Schofield), P.H. 2 (Rupnawar, Rowland). Total Fouls — Dou. 13, P.H. 19. Fouled Out — Chapman.

JV Score — Pleasant Hill won.

Butte Falls 69, UVC 39

DIXONVILLE — The Umpqua Valley Christian boys basketball team lost to Butte Falls 69-39 Tuesday night in a nonleague game.

Aaron Buechley had 18 points to lead the Monarchs (2-1). KC Pettibone scored seven.

Butte Falls (4-0), a 2A school, was led by Colby Wood with 20 points. Devon Malcolm and Thomas Johnson had 14 points apiece for the Loggers.

UVC plays Paisley on Friday at the North Lake Tournament.

BUTTE FALLS (69) — Colby Wood 20, Malcolm 14, Johnson 14, Redondo 13, Clayborn 6, McGuire 2, Underhill. Totals 29 4-9 69.

UMPQUA VALLEY CHRISTIAN (39) — Aaron Buechley 18, Pettibone 7, Luther 4, Mahoney 3, Butler 3, Bendele 2, McLaughlin 1, Adams 1, Miller, Sewall, E. Buechley, Gettys, Mesa. Totals 12 14-26 39.

Butte Falls 7 17 20 25 — 69

UVC 2 9 18 10 — 39

3-Point Goals — B.F. 7 (Wood 5, Malcolm 1, Redondo 1), UVC 1 (A. Buechley 1). Total Fouls — B.F. 21, UVC 13. Fouled Out — Malcolm.

M. Point 68, Canyonville 52

MYRTLE POINT — Canyonville Academy lost to Myrtle Point in Tuesday’s nonconference game.

The Pilots are 2-2 overall and will go up against Riddle in Friday’s Cow Creek Classic.

Sports reporter Aaron Yost can be reached at 541-957-4219 or email ayost@nrtoday.com. Follow him on Twitter @aaron_yost.

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