The Roundball Wrap: HS Basketball Scores on February 13, 2018

The North Medford girls dismantled Roseburg in a special edition of NewsWatch 12's Game of the Week.

Posted: Feb 13, 2018 10:30 PM
Updated: Feb 13, 2018 11:56 PM

MEDFORD -- With league races starting to sort themselves out, Tuesday's high school basketball saw conference champions crowned and other teams nearing a similar fate.

Boys 6A

North Medford 59, Roseburg 48
Black Tornado stay a game clear of Grants Pass and can earn no worse than a share of the SWC with a win on Friday.

Grants Pass 64, South Medford 40
Cavemen make it three in a row and avenge an earlier loss to the Panthers.

Girls 6A

North Medford 49, Roseburg 16
Black Tornado extend their winning streak to 9 games and keep pace with Sheldon in the SWC.

South Medford 74, Grants Pass 58
Panthers continue ownage against all non-Sheldon, North Medford teams, Pedrojetti leads all scorers with 28 points.

Boys 5A

Crater 57, Churchill 46
Comets extend their winning streak to 10 games, and thanks to a Springfield loss, they can clinch at least a share of the MWL with a win on Friday.

Ashland 69, Eagle Point 57
Grizzlies snap six-game losing streak and avenge an earlier loss to the Eagles.

Girls 5A

Crater 67, Churchill 60
Comets continue strangehold on third place in the Midwestern League.

Eagle Point 60, Ashland 48
Eagles beat Grizzlies for the second time this year and are now 4-7 in league play.

Boys 4A

Mazama 69, Phoenix 41
Vikings stay a game clear of Henley for first place in the Skyline Conference.

Henley 72, Hidden Valley 42
Henley forces a decisive regular season finale against Mazama. A win for the Hornets and they're co-conference champs, a loss and Mazama wins it outright.

Girls 4A

Hidden Valley 66, Henley 40
Mustangs clinch outright Skyline Conference title and head into regular season finale sporting a nine-game winning streak.

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