BUTTE FALLS — Oakland kept rolling along on Friday, felling Butte Falls 59-13 in the Mountain View Conference girls basketball game.

Cassidy Jones had a double-double for Oakland (13-0, 3-0) with 13 points and 11 rebounds.

Hadley Brooksby scored a game-high 19 points against Butte Falls (2-7, 0-3). She also had eight steals in the game.

OAKLAND (59) — Hadley Brooksby 19, Jones 13, Witten 9, Arts 6, Nix 5, Cagle 4, Braack 2, Gibbs 1, Simonson, Parnell, Collins. Totals 25 5-8 59.

BUTTE FALLS (13) — Taylor Crowe 5, Myers 2, Dunham 3, Watnabe 3, Ensley, Columbus, Palomares, McNabb, Johnston. Totals 5 0-7 13.

Oakland 27 10 17 5 — 59

Butte Falls 3 3 4 3 — 13

3-Point Goals — Oakland 4 (Brooksby 2, Nix, Witten), .B.F 3 (Crowe, Dunham, Watnabe). Total Fouls – Oakland 10, B.F. 5.

Sutherlin 59, Sweet Home 26

SWEET HOME — Sutherlin started Sky-Em League girls basketball play Friday with a streak-busting 59-26 win over Sweet Home.

Kiersten Haines led the Bulldogs (6-9, 1-0) with 20 points. Sutherlin had lost its last six games entering league play.

Carmen Ganger had her first varsity start and was the second leading scorer with 14 points against Sweet Home (1-13, 0-1). Ganger was 6-for-8 from the free throw line.

Sutherlin will travel to Elmira on Tuesday for the third game of their five-game road trip.

SUTHERLIN (59) — Kiersten Haines 20, Ganger 14, Bailey 13, Porter 6, Masterfield 3, McHugill 2, Carrillo 1, Carpini, Whelchel, Candelaria. Totals 19 16-27 59.

SWEET HOME (26) — Kayla Miller 12, Busek 6, Waldrop 4, Belcher 2, Erickson 2, Mauer, Partricio, Merrill. Totals 12 2-11 26.

Sutherlin 19 11 16 13 — 59

Sweet Home 4 4 18 0 — 26

3-Point Goals — Suth. 5 (Haines 3, Bailey 2), S.H. 0. Total Fouls — Suth. 18, S.H. 23.

Creswell 44, Glide 42

GLIDE — The Glide Wildcats fell 44-42 to Creswell in Friday’s Mountain Valley Conference game that came down to the final seconds.

“We had our chances at the foul line, but it was a back-and-forth until the very end,” Glide coach Brannon Smith said. “But it gives us a little confidence, because it shows us we can compete with league teams.”

Creswell is undefeated in league play and 12-5 overall. Karley Bellew led the Bulldogs with 13 points.

Whitney Stone had 15 points in the game for Glide (9-7, 1-2) and was 8-of-9 from the free throw line.

CRESWELL (44) — Karley Bellew 13, Howell 10, Fox 10, McCrory 6, Hatch 2, Allen 3, DeMasters. Totals 11 18-26 44.

GLIDE (42) — Whitney Stone 15, A. Michel 11, Williams 6, Rams 4, Livingston 2, Pope 2, Reed 2, E. Michel. Totals 14 10-13 42.

Creswell 12 10 10 12 — 44

Glide 16 14 6 6 — 42

3-Point Goals — Creswell 4 (McCrory 2, Fox 2), Glide 4 (A. Michel 3, Stone). Total Fouls — Creswell 16, Glide 16. Fouled Out — Reed.

Brookings 41, Douglas 32

BROOKINGS — Douglas High’s girls basketball team dropped its Far West League opener to Brookings-Harbor, 41-32, on Friday.

Lainey Rincon led the Trojans (7-7, 0-1 FWL) with 14 points, followed by Amy Dickover with six points.

Abby Farmer had a game-high 21 points for the Bruins (7-8, 1-0).

Douglas will host South Umpqua on Tuesday.

DOUGLAS (32) — Lainey Rincon 14, Dickover 6, Hall 5, Jackson 3, Anderson 2, Polamalu 2, Parson. Totals 11 10-15 32.

BROOKINGS-HARBOR (41) — Abby Farmer 21, Humphrey 8, Schofield 7, Alexander 3, McCrae 2, Leddy 1, Fulton, Pettus. Totals 16 7-14 41.

Douglas 10 4 9 9 — 32

Brookings 15 8 7 11 — 41

3-Point Goals — Douglas 0, B.H. 2 (Schofield, Alexander). Total Fouls – Douglas 14, B.H. 14.

Elkton 38, Camas Valley 21

CAMAS VALLEY — Hannah Maxwell led Elkton to a 38-21 victory over Camas Valley in Friday’s Skyline League girls basketball game.

Maxwell scored 13 points for the Elks (13-2, 4-0 North).

Camas Valley (6-7, 2-2 South) was led by Alissa Vradenburg with six points.

ELKTON (38) — Hannah Maxwell 13, McCall 7, Carnes 6, Swearingen 5, Halstead 5, Olsen 2, Lox. Totals 12 13-31 38.

CAMAS VALLEY (21) — Alissa Vradenburg 6, Plikat 4, Holmgren 4, Deross 3, Wolfe 2, Hibdon 2, Krissie, Ashton, Casteel, Bartlett, Pool. Totals 8 4-12 21.

Elkton 6 8 15 9 — 38

C. Valley 7 3 4 7 — 21

3-Point Goals — Elk. 1 (Swearingen), CV 1 (Plikat). Total Fouls — Elk. 14, CV 24.

Oakridge 61, Riddle 27

RIDDLE — Oakridge turned the game into a rout in the second half en route to a 61-27 victory over Riddle in Friday’s Mountain View Conference girls basketball game.

Vanessa Wilson led the Warriors (3-9, 1-2) with 16 points and Sierra Cargill added 14 points.

Riddle (3-9, 0-3) was led by Kiya Miller with 11 points.

OAKRIDGE (61) — Vanessa Wilson 16, Cargil 14, Probst 11, Flack 7, Hensley 7, Gordon 4, Kirkhart 2, Adamson, Rumor, Vestre. Totals 25 4-11 61.

RIDDLE (27) — Kiya Miller 11, Schartner 8, Langdon 6, Black 2, Rhea, Watson, Bryant. Totals 12 5-11 27.

Oakridge 12 14 19 16 — 61

Riddle 4 10 2 11 — 27

3-Point Goals — Oak 7 (Wilson 4, Probst, Flack, Hensley), Rid 0. Total Fouls — Oak. 17, Rid. 15. Fouled Out – Schartner.

Days Creek 51, New Hope 20

GRANTS PASS — Carlie Dossman had a double-double in Days Creek’s 51-20 win over New Hope Christian in Friday’s Skyline League girls basketball game.

Dossman had 17 points and 10 rebounds for the Wolves (12-2, 4-0 North).

Moriah Michaels had a game-high 23 points against New Hope Christian (3-11, 1-3 South).

DAYS CREEK (51) — Moriah Michaels 23, Dossman 17, J. Crume 4, Woodruff 4, K. Crume 2, Kruzic 1, Ferch. Totals 23 1-8 51.

NEW HOPE CHRISTIAN (20) — Katie McKinney 8, Chavez 6, Bergor 2, Huttema 2, Kashishian 2, Liu, Stanton, McClintick, Ahlstrom. Totals 7 6-13 20.

Days Creek 12 12 17 10 — 51

NHC 0 4 4 12 — 20

3-Point Goals — D.C. 4 (Michaels 3, Dossman), N.H.C. 0. Total Fouls — D.C. 15, N.H.C. 11.

Glendale 42, UVC 14

GLENDALE — The Umpqua Valley Christian Monarchs got their first Skyline League girls basketball victory Friday as they defeated Glendale, 42-14.

Layla Pappas led Umpqua Valley Christian (3-9, 1-3) with 12 points.

Tyla Elam had 10 points against Glendale (0-14, 0-4).

The Pirates’ leading scorer was Faith Wytcherley with seven points.

UMPQUA VALLEY CHRISTIAN (42) — Layla Pappas 12, Elam 10, Willis 8, Jarvis 6, Bendele 2, Bielman 2, Scott, Goetzke. Totals 16 9-19 42.

GLENDALE (14) — Faith Wytcherley 7, Brown 4, DeLauro 3, L. Wytcherley, Jones, Igarta, Allen, Jellum, Broxterman, Sheets. Totals 6 0-2 14.

UVC 12 8 14 8 — 42

Glendale 5 3 6 0 — 14

3-Point Goals — Glen. 2 (DeLauro, F. Wytcherley), U.V.C. 0. Total Fouls — U.V.C. 12, Glen. 15. Fouled Out — DeLauro.

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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