Girls basketball: Camas 56, South Eugene 45

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Jenka Stiasna scored nine of her 13 points in a big fourth quarter for Camas as the Papermakers won their opening game in the Nike Interstate Shootout in Lake Oswego, Ore.

Camas (5-1) will play South Salem at 5 p.m. Wednesday in a quarterfinal game in the State Farm Bracket of the tournament at Lake Oswego High School.

Stiasna, Tatum Schroeder and Kendra Preuninger combined to score 20 of Camas’ 21 points in the fourth quarter as the Papermakers used a 21-7 advantage to swing a 38-35 deficit. Schroeder and Preuninger each finished with 11 points.

“We did a nice job of executing in the fourth quarter,” Camas coach Chuck Knight said. “Tough defense got it done.”

Nike Interstate Shootout

At Lake Oswego (Ore.) HS

CAMAS 56, SOUTH EUGENE (Ore.) 45

CAMAS (5-1) — Sydney Allen 3, Sierra Brown 6, Paige Jackson 2, Kathryn Johnson 0, Brenna Khaw 7, Kendra Preuninger 11, Tatum Schroeder 11, Jenka Stiasna 13, Rachel Rice 3. Totals 22 (6) 6-12 56.

SOUTH EUGENE — Simms 4, Gerdes 2, Thallon 16, Moore 6, Fager 5, Esrig 0, Vanderkley 10, Evans 0, McIntosh 2. Totals 18 (3) 6-8 45.

Camas 13 13 9 21—56

South Eugene 17 8 13 7—45