GLIDE — Damary Roman was the only player to score in double figures, hitting for 10 points as visiting Lost River defeated Glide 40-22 in a Southern Cascade League girls basketball game Saturday afternoon.
GLENDALE — Joy DeRoss had a game-high 24 points and Clara DeRoss added eight points as the Camas Valley girls notched their second consecutive win, a 41-35 Skyline League South triumph at Glendale Saturday night.
YONCALLA — The fifth-ranked North Douglas Warriors raced to a 31-3 halftime lead in a 45-22 Skyline League North girls basketball victory over host Yoncalla Friday night.
WINSTON — The Douglas Trojans got even when it counted against St. Mary's, beating the visiting Crusaders 56-35 for their first Far West League girls basketball victory of the season Friday night.
DAYS CREEK — Aspyn Luzier scored a game-high 10 points and the No. 10-ranked Elkton Elks survived a power outage late in the game Friday to hang on for a 32-29 Skyline League North victory over Days Creek.
OAKLAND — The Oakland girls took a one-point lead into the locker room at halftime, giving visiting Monroe all the Dragons could handle.
BROOKINGS — The fifth-ranked Brookings-Harbor girls basketball team raced to a 15-0 lead after one quarter and cruised to a 62-35 Far West League basketball victory over visiting Douglas Tuesday night.
DAYS CREEK — Shandiin Newton led three Days Creek players in double figures with a season-high 11 points and added four rebounds and four assists as the Wolves improved to 3-1 in Skyline League North play with a 57-33 home girls basketball win over Riddle Tuesday night.
GRANTS PASS — The Yoncalla girls basketball team raced to a 29-4 halftime lead and cruised to an easy 38-17 Skyline League victory at New Hope Christian Tuesday night.
PORT ORFORD — Kieryn Carnes had a game-high 17 points as the road-weary Elkton girls escaped the beach with a 57-51 Skyline League basketball victory against the combined Pacific/Powers squad Saturday night.
DRAIN — The last remaining undefeated team in Douglas County went down Friday night as No. 6 North Douglas suffered its first loss of the season, a 44-40 setback at the hands of No. 3 Perrydale in a nonleague girls basketball game Friday night.
MEDFORD — Three days after posting a season high in points, Sutherlin senior guard Kiersten Haines went nuts.
SALEM — Skye Miller had a game-high 23 points, riddling Roseburg's defense and lifting McKay to a 52-40 nonleague girls basketball victory Friday night.
GLENDALE — New Hope Christian held Glendale to just six first-half points, outscoring the Pirates 15-4 in the first quarter, and held on for a 31-26 Skyline League South Division girls basketball victory Friday night.
DAYS CREEK — Seniors Moriah Michaels and Joleen Crume combined for 34 points and 23 rebounds, leading Days Creek to a big 46-27 Skyline League North victory over visiting Yoncalla Friday night.
RIDDLE — Hailey Holmgren had 15 points and Joy DeRoss added 13 as the visiting Camas Valley Hornets scored a 32-28 Skyline League South Division girls basketball victory over Riddle on Friday.