Ahdra Klingler scored 21 points and Grants Pass used a hot-shooting night to whip Roseburg, 73-29, on Tuesday night in a Southwest Conference girls basketball game at Robertson Memorial Gym.

Grace Gaither added 12 points for the Cavers (11-7, 2-2 SWC), who led 36-16 at halftime. Klingler hit three of G.P.’s seven 3-point field goals.

Emma Vredenburg led the Indians (2-16, 0-4) with eight points, sinking a pair of 3-pointers. McKenna Melvin chipped in seven points and Samie Bergmann scored six.

Roseburg has dropped 11 straight.

“That was some unreal shooting by Grants Pass,” RHS coach Dane Tornell said. “My guess is they were 80 percent from the field. (Ahdra) Klingler had a great game. We executed our offense and had good shots, they just didn’t go down.”

The Indians travel to North Medford (7-9, 0-3) Friday.

GRANTS PASS (73) — Ahdra Klingler 21, Gaither 12, Ayla Klingler 7, Rund 7, Rucker 6, Bruner 6, Yount 6, Williams 5, Lingo 3, Childers. Totals 29 8-10 73.

ROSEBURG (29) — Emma Vredenburg 8, Melvin 7, Bergmann 6, Knudson 4, Murphy 2, Anderson 2, Allen, Wayman, Lake. Totals 12 2-6 29.

G. Pass 20 16 17 20 — 73

Roseburg 7 9 5 8 — 29

3-Point Goals — G.P. 7 (Ahdra Klingler 3, Gaither 2, Williams, Lingo), Rose. 3 (Vredenburg 2, Melvin). Total Fouls — G.P. 4, Rose. 10.

JV Score — Grants Pass 42, Roseburg 30.

Sutherlin 46, Cascade Christ. 45

MEDFORD — Megan Carrillo grabbed an offensive rebound and scored a basket with three seconds left, giving the Sutherlin girls basketball team a 46-45 win over Cascade Christian on Tuesday night in a Far West League game.

Carrillo’s putback capped a big comeback for the Bulldogs (10-10, 4-2 FWL), who outscored the Challengers 24-13 in the fourth quarter. Sutherlin remained in second place in the league race with the victory.

Carmen Ganger led Sutherlin with 11 points, including three 3-pointers. Abby Masterfield contributed eight points, freshman Sierra Nielsen had seven and Carrillo six. Jadyn Vermillion, who was ill, chipped in five points and three steals in the fourth quarter.

Emily Stephens scored 18 points and Katelyn Willard had 14 for Cascade Christian.

“Good team win,” Sutherlin coach Josh Grotting said. “We had to start pressing (when we fell behind), and they didn’t take care of the ball and took some bad shots. Jadyn (Vermillion) definitely gave us a spark and Megan (Carrillo) came up with the biggest basket of the game.”

The Bulldogs host first place Brookings (11-6, 6-0) Friday.

SUTHERLIN (46) — Carmen Ganger 11, Masterfield 8, Nielsen 7, Carrillo 6, McHugill 5, Vermillion 5, Bailey 4, Jarman. Totals 17 7-10 46.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN (45) — Emily Stephens 18, Willard 14, Alexander 6, Hagloch 3, Ferreira 2, Meilicke 2, Quast. Totals 15 10-16 45.

Sutherlin 12 4 6 24 — 46

C. Christian 12 8 12 13 — 45

3-Point Goals — Suth. 5 (Ganger 3, Masterfield 2), C.C. 5 (Willard 4, Stephens). Total Fouls — Suth. 16, C.C. 14. Fouled Out — McHugill, Bailey, Meilicke.

R. River 45, Glide 43, 2 OT

GLIDE — The Glide girls basketball team couldn’t hold a five-point lead in the last 40 seconds of regulation and eventually dropped a 45-43 decision to Rogue River in double overtime on Tuesday night in a Southern Cascade League game.

Jesse Langfield led the Chieftains (12-7, 5-3 SCL) with 16 points, sinking three 3-pointers.

Johanna Pope posted a double-double for the Wildcats (9-8, 4-4), finishing with 16 points and 11 rebounds before fouling out. Jordan Williams had 15 points, seven rebounds and six blocked shots, and Mishayla Belloir chipped in seven rebounds and five assists before exiting with five fouls.

The loss dropped Glide into a tie for fifth in the league standings.

“We used a half-court trap to get us back in the game,” Glide coach Jeff Smith said. “We took the lead (in the fourth quarter), but couldn’t close the deal.”

The Wildcats will host Illinois Valley (6-12, 4-4) on Friday.

ROGUE RIVER (45) — Jesse Langfield 16, Ayres 9, McKown 5, Howard 6, Rangel 4, Sizemore 2, Spaeth 2, Weilbacher 1, Hansen, Earnest. Totals 17 7-23 45.

GLIDE (43) — Johanna Pope 16, Williams 15, Belloir 4, Rams 4, Livingston 2, Ranger 2, Wynn, Michel. Totals 16 10-20 43.

R. River 9 10 13 4 5 4 — 45

Glide 11 4 9 12 5 2 — 43

3-Point Goals — R.R. 4 (Langfield 3, Ayres), Glide 1 (Williams). Total Fouls — R.R. 25, Glide 24. Fouled Out — Sizemore, McKown, Belloir, Pope.

JV Score — Glide won.

St. Mary’s 56, S. Umpqua 49

MEDFORD — A big third quarter helped St. Mary’s defeat South Umpqua, 56-49, on Tuesday night in a Far West League girls basketball game.

Emma Bennion paced the Crusaders (10-7, 3-3 FWL) with 21 points. Olivia Lippert added 19 points.

Tayah Kelley had a double-double for the Lancers (8-11, 2-5) with 19 points and 12 rebounds. Skylee Gibson contributed nine points and Aneykah McCall added eight.

S.U. has dropped five straight.

“Foul trouble hurt us,” S.U. coach Dusty Pires said. “They outhustled us in the second half and had a lot of second-chance points.”

The Lancers host Cascade Christian Friday.

SOUTH UMPQUA (49) — Tayah Kelley 19, Gibson 9, McCall 8, Griffin 4, Gray 4, Lind 3, Pires 2, Lowell, Ferguson, McClure. Totals 21 5-8 49.

ST. MARY’S (56) — Emma Bennion 21, Lippert 19, Alvarez 7, Ward 4, Rothfus 2, Conner 2, Christman 1, Young, Rajapopal. Totals 21 11-21 56.

S. Umpqua 15 10 9 15 — 49

St. Mary’s 7 13 20 16 — 56

3-Point Goals — S.U. 2 (Gibson, Lind), S.M. 3 (Lippert). Total Fouls — S.U. 19, S.M. 12. Fouled Out — Gray, Pires.

JV Score — St. Mary’s won.

Brookings 52, Douglas 48, 2 OT

BROOKINGS — The Douglas Trojans played one of their best games of the season in Jason Dickover’s eyes.

Unfortunately, the Trojans couldn’t upset league-leading Brookings, falling 52-48 in double overtime on Tuesday night in a Far West League girls basketball game.

“We took a long road trip and gave the first place team a fight,” coach Dickover said. “The effort was good. We had our two post players sick, but we executed very well and I’m very proud of the girls.”

Lexi Schofield scored 11 points and Chloe McCrae had 10 for the Bruins (11-6, 6-0 FWL), who outscored Douglas 8-4 in the second OT.

Sophomore Amy Dickover led Douglas (8-8, 2-5) with a double-double, getting 14 points, 13 rebounds and five blocked shots. Mila Snuka-Polamalu had 10 points before fouling out, Ayana Parson chipped in nine points and five assists, Kaylie Hall contributed eight points and Mackenzii Phillips had seven points and 10 boards.

The Trojans host St. Mary’s Friday.

DOUGLAS (48) — Amy Dickover 14, Snuka-Polamalu 10, Parson 9, Hall 8, Phillips 7, Davis, Sapp. Totals 21 4-11 48.

BROOKINGS (52) — Lexi Schofield 11, McCrae 10, Petters 7, Alexander 7, Fulton 8, Fitzhugh 6, Murray 3, Harms, Knalls, Jirasa. Totals 15 18-32 52.

Douglas 11 10 11 10 2 4 — 48

Brookings 9 6 15 12 2 8 — 52

3-Point Goals — Dou. 2 (Parson, Hall), Bro. 4 (Fitzhugh, Schofield, Alexander, Murray). Total Fouls — Dou. 21, Bro. 13. Fouled Out — Snuka-Polamalu, Davis, Schofield.

JV Score — Douglas won.

Oakland 48, Oakridge 23

OAKRIDGE — The third-ranked Oakland girls basketball team took a 17-point halftime lead and cruised to a 48-23 victory over Oakridge on Tuesday night in a Central Valley Conference game.

Hadley Brooksby led the Oakers (19-2, 9-1 CVC) with 17 points. Grace Witten contributed 14 points.

Vanessa Wilson had eight points for the Warriors (4-16, 1-9).

“We came out and defended well,” Oakland coach Don Witten said. “We moved the ball pretty well on offense got some good looks.”

The Oakers will host No. 2 Monroe (18-2, 10-0) on Friday. The Dragons are one game ahead of Oakland and won the first matchup between the two, 40-35, in Monroe on Jan. 11.

“Our girls won’t have a problem being excited to play that game at home,” Don Witten said. “That’ll be a huge test.”

OAKLAND (48) — Hadley Brooksby 17, G. Witten 14, F. Witten 4, Collins 3, Yard 2, Jones 2, Parnell 2, Cagle 2, Baird 1, Simonson 1, Bean, Braack. Totals 19-44 8-11 48.

OAKRIDGE (23) — Vanessa Wilson 8, Adamson 7, Vestre 6, Hahn 2, Kirkhart, Probst, Davidson, Stevens, Madden. Totals 8-37 6-11 23.

Oakland 15 8 16 9 — 48

Oakridge 2 4 7 10 — 23

3-Point Goals — Oakl. 2 (Brooksby, Collins), Oakr. 1 (Adamson). Total Fouls — Oakl. 14, Oakr. 7.

JV Score — Oakland 35, Oakridge 12.

Yoncalla 29, UVC 25

DIXONVILLE — The Yoncalla Eagles held on for a 29-25 win over the Umpqua Valley Christian Monarchs in a Skyline League North girls basketball game on Tuesday night.

Ashley Powers led the Eagles (8-14, 3-7 North) with 11 points and Kaleigh Soto scored eight.

Eden Crouse had 11 points and seven rebounds for UVC (6-12, 0-8). Sareigh Bendele chipped in five points and seven boards.

“We got good shots, but couldn’t get them to fall,” UVC interim coach Todd Crouse said. “Defensively, we played well enough to win.”

The Monarchs host Elkton Friday, while Yoncalla travels to Days Creek.

YONCALLA (29) — Ashley Powers 11, Soto 8, Walton 4, Van Loon 3, Hardy 3, Harman. Totals 9 8-16 29.

UMPQUA VALLEY CHRISTIAN (25) — Eden Crouse 11, S. Bendele 5, T. Bendele 3, Jarvis 2, Elam 2, Goetzke 2, Long. Totals 9 7-18 25.

Yoncalla 8 11 8 2 — 29

UVC 10 3 8 4 — 25

3-Point Goals — Yon. 3 (Soto 2, Hardy 1), UVC 0. Total Fouls — Yon. 12, UVC 16. Fouled Out — T. Bendele, Jarvis.

Pacific 27, Camas Valley 23

CAMAS VALLEY — The Camas Valley girls basketball team lost to Pacific 27-23 in a Skyline League South game Tuesday.

The Hornets (9-9, 5-3 South) were led by Joy DeRoss with seven points.

“It was a rough night shooting (10 of 49) and a big discrepancy in foul shots didn’t help,” C.V. coach Tony Rocco said. “They made the plays down the stretch and we didn’t.”

Pacific outscored Camas Valley 12-5 in the fourth quarter.

Pacific (13-8, 7-2) was led by Kaiya Gourneau with 12 points.

Camas Valley hosts Riddle on Friday night.

PACIFIC (27) — Kaiya Gourneau 12, Vincent 7, White 6, Griffiths 1, Hall 1, Lang, Lee. Totals 9 10-26 27.

CAMAS VALLEY (23) — Joy DeRoss 7, N. Krissie 4, Hibdon 3, Casteel 3, Holmgren 2, Wolfe 2, Vradenburg 2, Payne, Pool. Totals 10 2-4 23.

Pacific 8 6 1 12 — 27

C. Valley 7 3 8 5 — 23

3-Point Goals — Pac. 1 (Gourneau), C.V. 1 (Hibdon). Total Fouls — Pac. 12, C.V. 21. Fouled Out — Wolfe.

Bonanza 45, Canyonville 14

BONANZA — Canyonville Academy fell 45-14 to Bonanza in Tuesday’s Southern Cascade League girls basketball game.

No further details were provided to The News-Review.

Canyonville (1-14, 0-9 SCL) will host Rogue River on Friday.

Bandon 51, Reedsport 25

REEDSPORT — The Reedsport girls basketball team lost to Bandon 51-25 in a Sunset Conference game Tuesday night.

The Brave (4-13, 1-7) have lost four games in a row. No game stats were provided to the News-Review.

Reedsport plays at Coquille on Friday.

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

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