Bulletin staff report

PRINEVILLE — Ridgeview picked up its first girls basketball win of the season in dominant fashion Tuesday night.

With Aspen Jeter scoring 18 points, the Ravens raced past Crook County for a 77-31 nonconference victory. Ashley Hall scored 12 for Ridgeview (1-1); Ciara Pinkerton added 11 points, and Alaina Clark finished with 10 points.

The Ravens led 43-17 at halftime, nearly matching the 48 points they scored in a 62-48 loss at Lebanon in their season opener.

“We shot the ball really well, and that was a definite plus,” Ridgeview coach Shan Hartford said. “And we played good defense.”

Emma Ackley and Liz Barker each scored seven points for the Cowgirls (0-2).

Also Tuesday:

Girls basketball

North Marion 54, Sisters 14: SISTERS — The visiting Huskies used their size and athleticism as well as a suffocating pressure defense to build a 36-8 halftime lead before claiming a nonconference win. Alexa Stewart paced Sisters (1-1) with seven points, while Rheanna Salisbury hauled in eight rebounds.

Madras 61, Scappoose 42: MADRAS — Lynden Harry hit six 3-pointers en route to 21 points, and she added six steals to lead the White Buffaloes to a nonconference win. Jiana Smith-Francis had 10 points for Madras (3-0), Jayden Davis scored nine, and Alesha Freeman had six rebounds.

Mazama 56, La Pine 14: KLAMATH FALLS — Haily Hinkle and Sue Ann Marsh each scored four points for La Pine in a nonconference loss. Hinkle also grabbed 11 rebounds for the Hawks (0-4), who trailed 36-9 at the half.

Culver 52, Dufur 35: DUFUR — With standout guard Mia Gamboa sidelined by an ankle injury, forward Irma Retano helped take up the slack with a triple-double in Culver’s nonconference win. Retano scored 32 points and had 15 steals and 13 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs (3-1). Retano scored 22 points in the first half as Culver built a 34-13 lead. Lesli Alvarado had seven points and six rebounds for the winners.

Willamette Valley Christian 42, Central Christian 16: SALEM — The Tigers were outscored 22-4 in the second quarter before falling in their nonconference season opener. Issy Mills had four points for Central Christian, and Mandi Strain and Faith Lyons each had three points.

Henley JV 49, Gilchrist 31: GILCHRIST — Skyla Newton had 13 points, Rayenee Hoover scored 12, but the Grizzlies (0-3) fell in nonconference action.

Boys basketball

Crook County 47, Ridgeview 42: REDMOND — The Cowboys (1-1) led 13-8 after the first quarter and won a back-and-forth nonconference game on the road for their first victory of the season. Payton Davis led Ridgeview (1-2) with 10 points, 13 rebounds, four steals and a block. Bryce Olson had 10 points and five boards for the Ravens, and Alex Nadermann added eight points.

Scappoose 90, Madras 73: SCAPPOOSE — The Indians sprinted to a 19-2 lead and put away the visiting White Buffaloes for a nonconference win. Kanim Smith led Madras (0-1) with 17 points, and Cash Reese had 13 points, including eight in the fourth quarter.

Dufur 43, Culver 37: DUFUR — Culver started fast for a 19-12 first-quarter lead, but Dufur outscored the Bulldogs in each of the last three quarters of the nonconference game. Weston Basl scored 16 points in the first half and finished with a team-high 23 for Culver (0-4). Matt Krueger added 10 points, and both Krueger and Basl had seven rebounds and three steals. Also for the Bulldogs, Edwin Gutierrez grabbed six rebounds and Eduardo Gutierrez made three steals.

Henley JV 60, Gilchrist 42: GILCHRIST — The Grizzlies (0-3) lost in nonconference play.

Central Christian 67, Willamette Valley Christian 36: SALEM — The Tigers outscored the Warriors 27-7 in the third quarter to take a commanding lead en route to a season-opening nonconference win. Casey Johnson and Josh Biever each had 15 points for Central Christian, and Mason Delamarter scored 10.

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