REDMOND — Sophomore post Alaina Clark scored 14 of her game-high 22 points in the second and third quarters and also grabbed 12 rebounds, powering Ridgeview to a 72-41 Intermountain Conference girls basketball win over Mountain View on Friday night.
Aspen Jeter had 16 points and 10 assists for the host Ravens, who stretched a 19-14 first-quarter lead to 39-25 by halftime on their way to their fourth consecutive victory. Ciara Pinkerton added 11 points for Ridgeview, which remained unbeaten in the IMC at 3-0 (7-8 overall).
Mia Morey scored 20 points and Bailey Dickerson had 12 for Mountain View (0-2, 6-7), which lost its third in a row.
Bend 60, Summit 48: Cambree Scott scored 22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Lava Bears to the IMC home win. Caitlin Wheeler added 13 points and eight rebounds for Bend (1-1 IMC, 10-4 overall). Kylee Roath and Sydney Gardner each had four steals for the Bears. Spencer Hurley led the Storm (1-2 IMC, 4-7 overall) with 23 points, eight steals and five rebounds. Calista West added nine points for Summit.
Redmond 52, The Dalles 45: REDMOND — Ava Kitchin totaled 21 points, 11 rebounds, five blocks and five steals as the Panthers notched a nonconference win for their fourth victory in five games. McKaylie Capps finished with 20 points, five boards, five steals and two blocks for Redmond (6-7), which earned the win, according to Panthers coach Angela Capps, with the help of key contributions off the bench.
Culver 38, Pilot Rock 33: CULVER — The Bulldogs outscored the Rockets 14-7 in the fourth quarter to win their Columbia Basin Conference opener. Irma Retano led Culver (1-0 CBC, 10-5 overall) with 10 points and Mia Gamboa added eight points, including a 3-pointer.
Coquille 62, La Pine 20: LA PINE — League-leading Coquille outscored La Pine 40-7 over the second and third quarters and pulled away to win the Mountain Valley Conference game. The Hawks (0-3 MVC, 4-13 overall) were led in scoring by Cortney Wolf with seven points. Stephanie Westbrook grabbed nine rebounds and Haily Hinkle had seven boards for La Pine, which lost its fourth in a row.
North Lake 43, Central Christian 11: REDMOND — Rachel Baker scored 21 points in the Mountain Valley League contest to lead North Lake (3-1 MVL, 9-4 overall) to its fourth straight win. Issy Mills scored five points and Mandi Strain had four for Central Christian (0-4, 1-11).
Mountain View 74, Ridgeview 39: Two Mountain View players recorded double-doubles — Matt Van Tassell with 22 points and 12 rebounds and Storm Scott with 10 points and 10 boards — as the No. 7 Cougars improved to 2-0 in the IMC and 10-3 overall. Chase McClain scored 18 points and had six assists for Mountain View, and Ian Amoroso added 11 points. Alex Nadermann was the leading scorer for Ridgeview (0-3 IMC, 3-11) with 11 points.
Redmond 61, The Dalles 55: THE DALLES — Dylan Moss scored 15 points and grabbed some key rebounds down the stretch as the Panthers came away with the nonconference win. Moss finished with 10 rebounds, and Josh Hair added 15 points and 12 rebounds for Redmond (6-8 overall). The Dalles rallied to tie the score early in the fourth quarter, but the Panthers made 7 of 9 free throws in the final period to secure the win. Dylan Taylor added 14 points and seven assists for Redmond.
Sisters 50, Cottage Grove 48: COTTAGE GROVE — Noah Richards drove to the basket for a layup with five seconds left to give the Outlaws the win in their Sky-Em League opener. Jack Berg led Sisters (1-0 Sky-Em, 8-7 overall) with 17 points, Zach Anderson added 10 points, and Richards finished with nine points. The Lions got a shot off but missed after Richards made what proved to be the winning basket. “It was a back-and-forth game, and we made enough plays to win,” said Sisters coach David Godfrey.
Coquille 81, La Pine 58: LA PINE — A Coquille team that has lost only once this season came out hot, sinking five 3-pointers in the first quarter for a 28-11 lead and rolling to victory in the Mountain Valley Conference contest. Giroux Gerhart led the Hawks (0-3 MVC, 4-11 overall) with 18 points and eight rebounds, and Peyton Manley added 13 points as La Pine lost its fourth straight.
Pilot Rock 57, Culver 43: CULVER — A fourth-quarter surge made the final score respectable, but Culver still came up well short in its Columbia Basin Conference opener. Weston Basl led the Bulldogs (0-1 CBC, 4-13 overall) with 19 points, 12 of which came on four 3-pointers in the fourth period, when Culver outscored the Rockets 20-14. Matt Krueger scored six points and Cord Gomes added five for the Bulldogs.
Trinity Lutheran 70, Gilchrist 40: Cash Niemeyer scored 21 points, Matt Eidler had 20 points and nine assists, and Trinity Lutheran beat Gilchrist for the second time in three nights in a Mountain Valley League meeting. Abe Clift had 11 points and six rebounds for the host Saints (4-0 MVL, 11-4 overall), who also got 10 points from freshman Fernando Herrero en route to their seventh straight win. Beau Burr scored 18 points and Ethan Hirshon had 12 for the Grizzlies (1-3, 1-9).
Central Christian 56, North Lake 46: REDMOND — Josh Biever scored 11 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter and the Tigers (3-2 Mountain Valley League, 8-5 overall) outscored the Cowboys (2-2 MVL, 9-5) 26-11 in the final period to earn a come-from-behind victory. Jace Mills and Luke Hannay each scored nine points for Central Christian.