Marshfield’s girls advanced to the championship game of the Evergreen Tournament at Grants Pass by beating host Hidden Valley 47-38 on Thursday.

Tess Garrett had 16 points and Ravyn Miranda had a big offensive night with two 3-pointers and 15 points as the Pirates set up a date with Crater for the title.

“We played good defensively at times,” Marshfield coach Bruce Bryant said, adding that the Pirates got the Mustangs out of their offense. “We got off to a good start offensively in the first and third quarters.”

Valley Catholic 43, Coquille 39: The Valiants handed the Red Devils their first loss by holding off a Coquille comeback in the fourth quarter at the Crusader New Year’s Invitational.

The Red Devils had four shots to tie in the final 1:20, but couldn’t get any of them to drop, coach Tim GeDeros said.

Darian Wilson led the Red Devils with 17 points and McKenna Wilson added nine.

Coquille had beaten six other Class 4A teams, including defending state champion Sutherlin and state placer Brookings-Harbor.

Del Norte 54, Brookings-Harbor 47, 2 OT: The Warriors beat the Bruins in the championship game of the Bruins’ tournament.

Abby Farmer hit six 3-pointers and had 29 points for the Bruins, but Del Norte rallied from 10 down in the fourth quarter to force overtime and outscored the Bruins 7-2 in the second extra session.

Del Norte also won the title at the Bandon Dunes Holiday Invitational last week.

Hosanna Christian 51, Pacific 36: The Pirates fell in the semifinals of the 1A Hoops Classic.

Kirsten Tuttle had 15 points to lead Hosanna Christian.

Alecia Finley had 19 points for Pacific, which had just 18 points in the first three quarters.

“We had too many unforced turnovers and a lack of offensive execution,” Pacific coach Bob Lemerande said.

North Clackamas Christian 27, Powers 26: The Cruisers came up one point short in a fourth-quarter comeback during the final game of their three-game trip to the Portland area.

“We couldn’t buy a basket for a long stretch and then had a couple good looks there at the end,” Powers coach Matt Shorb said.

Emilie Fandel and Madison Kamakele had six points each for the Cruisers in the loss.

Gold Beach 46, Westside Christian 41: The Panthers bounced back from a loss to Western Mennonite with the win in the Crusader New Year’s Invitational.

Kayleanna Ridens had 15 points and Jordan Rucker 10 in Gold Beach’s win.

A day earlier, the Panthers fell 60-42 to Western Mennonite. Jessica Halcumb had 13 in the loss.


Marshfield 55, Lost River 28: The Pirates beat the Raiders in the consolation round at the Evergreen Tournament in Grants Pass.

Cory Stover had 12 points and Scott Clough 10 for the Pirates, Nick Minton and Grant Webster scored nine each.

Marshfield coach Doug Miles said both Stover and freshman Griffin Line played their best games of the season and that he was thrilled with the team’s effort after a disappointing loss to Sutherlin a day earlier.

“We played hard today, and that’s what I wanted to see,” Miles said.

Powers 41, North Clackamas Christian 31: Austin Stallard had 22 points and the Cruisers completed a perfect 3-for-3 trip to the Portland area with the win.

Stallard went 5-for-7 from the line and carried the Cruisers to the win. Powers improved to 9-1 on the season.

The Cruisers, who have won eight in a row since losing to Bandon, are off until opening league play Jan. 6 at Glendale.

Salem Academy 56, Coquille 47: The host Crusaders beat the Red Devils in the semifinals of their bracket in the Crusader New Year’s Invitational.

Salem Academy hit eight 3-pointers, including three each by Koby McCallum and Skyler Williams, who scored 16 and 15, respectively.

Seth Waddington scored 16 points and Henry Scolari added 14 for the Red Devils.

Glide 44, Bandon 29: The Wildcats beat the Tigers in the championship game of the Oakland Christmas Tournament.

Clayton Farrar had 15 points and Dillon Towne 10 for Glide.

Braydon Freitag had 11 points and Austin Moore 10 for the Tigers.

Pacific 59, Mohawk 32: The Pirates cruised to the win in the consolation semifinals at the 1A Hoops Classic at Blue River.

John Morril-Keeler had 15 points and Colton Morril-Keeler 12 for Pacific, which had a disappointing loss to Triangle Lake in the first round.

Brookings-Harbor 42, Phoenix 31: The Bruins beat the Pirates in the consolation game at the Brookings-Harbor Invitational.

Pat Fulton had 12 points to lead the Bruins, who had lost to Hoopa, Calif., 59-50 in the semifinals. David Freeman had 18 points for the Bruins in their loss to Hoopa.

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