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Bethany Baker, The World

Marshfield’s girls basketball team got a good road win Thursday, beating Seaside 63-29.

“We played solid defense and got quality shots out of the offense,” Marshfield coach Bruce Bryant said.

Tess Garrett scored 22 points and McKayla Myrand added 11 for the Pirates, who outscored the Seagulls 15-5 in the first quarter and built the lead from there.

Marshfield avenged a loss to the Seagulls in the third-place game at the Class 4A state tournament last winter.

Myrtle Point 91, Glendale 13: The Bobcats had a good shooting night in their win over the visiting Pirates.

Playing their third game in three days, the Bobcats got 18 points from Kayla Wheeler, 13 from Madison Brown and 10 each from Shay Bateman and Maria Medina. Hunter Grove, Makenzie Larsen and Nikki Leep added eight points each and all of Myrtle Point’s players saw extended time and scored in the game.

Mersadies DeLauro had 10 for Glendale.

Powers 42, Mapleton 12: The Cruisers, limited to five players because of a combination of injuries and vacations, beat the host Sailors.

Miya Clauson had 19 points and 19 rebounds and Hannah Ellis added 10 points for Powers in the win.

North Medford JV 58, Pacific 36: The Pirates kept the game close for a half against the Class 6A Black Tornado.

Kaiya Gourneau had 16 points and Madi Hall 10 for Pacific. Karissa Seney had 14 and Tiffany Kruse and Savannah Weaver 13 each for North Medford.

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Seaside 51, Marshfield 37: The defending Class 4A state champions beat the visiting Pirates.

Grant Webster had 15 points and Jordy Miles 11 in the loss. Chase Januik had 19 for Seaside. 

"We didn't play very well," Marshfield coach Doug Miles said, adding that the Pirates had too many turnovers. 

Seaside improved to 8-1, the lone loss coming to Newport. Marshfield is 4-3 with losses to North Medford and Coquille.

Cascade Christian 46, Pacific 44: The Pirates weren’t able to overcome a woeful first quarter in a tight loss to the Challengers in the opening round of Cascade Christian’s tournament, the Southern Oregon Subaru Christmas Classic at Medford on Thursday.

“We shot our own foot (with) foul trouble and stagnant offense,” Pacific coach Ben Stallard said, adding that he was happy with the Pirates after the first quarter.

“It was a great game for us,” he said.

Justin Hall and Jack Lehnherr had 15 points each and John Morrill-Keeler scored 13 for Pacific. John Cochran had 24 for Cascade Christian.

The teams meet again Jan. 31 at Pacific.

Powers 50, Mapleton 35: Kody Clauson had 21 points and Jamason Kellogg 16 as the Cruisers won on the road.

Nate Neese scored 10 points for Mapleton.

Glendale 47, Myrtle Point 45: The Pirates edged the host Bobcats, who were playing for the third time in three nights.

Tristan Ware had 18 points, Devin Lee 15 and Connor McGuire 12 for Glendale, which has just one loss this year.

John Newton had 14, Cody Sears 13 and Isaac Warner 10 for Myrtle Point.

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