Basketball
Bethany Baker, The World

Jayden Frank had a big night as North Bend’s boys beat visiting Junction City 67-58 in a nonleague basketball game Tuesday for the Bulldogs’ first win of the season.

Frank scored 30 points and North Bend pulled away from a 46-all tie entering the final quarter.

Randy Vader added 13 points for North Bend. He hit two of his three 3-pointers and scored eight points in the final quarter.

Cameron Gibson and Jesse McClintock each scored 13 points to lead Junction City.

North Bend visits Newport on Friday.

Coquille 62, Douglas 48: The Red Devils put four players in double figures and beat the host Trojans to keep their record perfect in the new season.

Seth Waddington had 17 points, Colton GeDeros 14, Ean Smith 13 and Henry Scolari 10 for the Red Devils, who outscored the Trojans 22-13 in the first quarter and led the rest of the way.

Quinden Parson had 14 points for Douglas.

Coquille hosts the Winter Lake Classic this weekend, facing Rogue River on Friday and either Reedsport or St. Mary’s on Saturday.

Pacific 66, Bandon 32: The Pirates used balanced scoring, with 16 or 18 points in each of the four quarters, to top the visiting Tigers.

John Morrill-Keeler had 20 points, Jack Lehnherr 16 and Justin Hall 10 for Pacific. Jason Wilhite scored nine for Bandon, which struggled with its shooting in the loss.

Pacific hosts South Wasco County on Friday in the first day of its home tournament. Bandon is off until hosting Days Creek next Tuesday.

Powers 50, Riddle 42: The Cruisers dressed just five players, but came away with a win over the Irish in their season opener.

Jamason Kellogg had 22 points and Kody Clauson 16 for Powers. Even though they were short-handed, the Cruisers outscored the Irish 21-7 in the fourth quarter to come from behind and win.

Nate Hopkins had 18 points for Riddle.

Powers face Chiloquin on Friday in the first day of Pacific’s tournament.

Days Creek 44, Myrtle Point 33: The Wolves outscored the Bobcats 34-14 in the middle two quarters to pull away for a win at home.

Josh Whetzel had 21 points and Caleb Kruzic 11 for Days Creek.

Jalen Robbins and Cody Sears each scored six points for the Bobcats, in the middle day of a three-games-in-three days stretch.

Myrtle Point hosts Camas Valley on Wednesday.

GIRLS

Junction City 53, North Bend 44: The Lions edged the host Bulldogs, keeping North Bend winless in the new season.

Makoa Matthews hit four 3-pointers to lead North Bend with 15 points, while Haley Snelgrove had 13 points, 10 rebounds, six steals and five assists.

Madison Mehlbrech had 13 points, Hailey Bruhn 12 and Alexa Norris 11 for the Tigers, who outscored North Bend 31-24 in the second half.

“Junction City was poised and composed down the stretch,” North Bend coach Adam Decker said.

The Bulldogs visit Newport on Friday.

Coquille 39, Douglas 31: The Red Devils turned around a five-point halftime deficit with a strong press in the third quarter to beat the host Trojans and improved to 3-0 on the season.

Douglas led 21-16 at the break, but managed just 10 points in the final two quarters while suffering its first loss.

Abbey Dieu had 10 points and McKenna Wilson added eight for Coquille, which hosts its Winter Lake Classic this weekend.

Amy Dickover and Kaylie Hall had 10 points each for Douglas.

Powers 54, Riddle 34: The Cruisers got a huge game from Miya Clauson to pick up their first win of the season.

Clauson finished with a career-high 27 points and also grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Cruisers. Brianna Mowe had 11 points and Hannah Ellis eight.

Katarina Schartner scored 24 for Riddle.

Powers is at Pacific this weekend for its annual tournament, facing Chiloquin on Friday and South Wasco County on Saturday.

Pacific 37, Bandon 26: The Pirates beat the visiting Tigers for their first win of the season.

Kaiya Gourneau had 17 points and Natalie Vincent added 10 for Pacific in the win.

“I think it was good for our young team to be in a competitive game like this that we can learn from,” Pacific coach Bob Lemerande said. “Both teams played hard, are young and inexperienced, but will improve as the season goes.”

Nikki Lakey led Bandon with 10 points.

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