BEAVERTON — The Roseburg High girls basketball team picked up its first victory under head coach Dane Tornell Friday, defeating Aloha 65-50 in a nonconference game.

The Indians evened their season record at 1-1.

Junior guard Emma Vredenburg and senior post Samie Bergmann each scored 11 points for the Indians, who outscored the Warriors 36-20 in the second half. Nine of Bergmann's points came at the free-throw line. McKenna Melvin added nine points and Rylee Russell grabbed nine rebounds for the Tribe.

"We had a good all-around game," said Tornell. "Our girls were way more fit than theirs. We got back on defense a lot better this game, and everybody got the job done."

Javebiene Menguita scored 17 points and Alex Porpora had 15 for Aloha (0-1).


ROSEBURG (65) — Samie Bergmann 11, Emma Vredenburg 11, Melvin 9, White 8, Robbins 8, Anderson 4, Allen 4, Russell 4, Wayman 3, Murphy 2, Knudson 1, Lake. Totals 25 11-21 65.

ALOHA (50) — Javebiene Menguita 17, Porpora 15, Rodriguez 8, Winchester 3, Rivera 3, Boskovic 2, Lavemai 2, Fritz, Byars, Ali. Totals 18 11-23 47.

Roseburg;9;20;18;18;—;65

Aloha;12;18;12;8;—;50

3-Point Goals — Rose. 4 (Melvin 2, Vredenburg 1, Wayman 1). Total Fouls — Rose. 18, Aloha na.

JV Score — Roseburg 53, Aloha 18. Freshman Score — Roseburg 42, South Medford 34.

Sports Editor Tom Eggers can be reached at 541-957-4220 or email teggers@nrtoday.com.

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