Sports Roundup: Basketball, soccer results
Varsity Boys Basketball
Colusa 76, Durham 49
The RedHawks rode a 10-point lead after the first quarter all the way to a victory at home Jan. 7.
Hayden Bailey poured in 21 points to lead a trio of Colusa shooters scoring in double digits, as he was joined by R.J. Phillips with 18 and Riley de Witt with 14.
De Witt pulled down eight rebounds, and Phillips had seven.
Varsity Girls Basketball
Gridley 54, Colusa 38
Teale Stacey connected for 20 points but was the only Lady RedHawk to score in double figures during the Jan. 8 loss at Gridley.
Mollie Townzen finished with seven points and Yasmin Moreno added five.
Stacey shared team rebounding honors with Andrea Thomas, with both hustling for seven rebounds.
Durham 63, Colusa 30
The RedHawks trailed just 14-10 after the first quarter but were outscored 23-10 in the second half of their Jan. 7 loss to Durham at home.
Stacey's 12 points led the offense, with Salley Loeza providing seven to go with the same number of boards.
Princeton 56, Downieville 20
Six different players scored for the Lady Eagles at Downieville on Jan. 7, led by Amanda Hansen's 17 points, 15 by Maryssa Martin and 12 from Jessica Lohse.
Martin also took control of seven rebounds and Lohse, six.
Colusa 2, Sutter 2
Colusa hosted Sutter on Friday and came away with a 2-2 tie.
Colusa coach Dan Kiely said Colusa's offense came out strong and scored their first goal in the 25th minute on a shot from 18 yards out by Felipe Granados, with the assist from Tony Rico.
With two minutes left in the first half, RedHawk forward Manuel Garcia booted in Colusa's second goal with the assist again from Rico. The 2-0 score held to the halftime whistle.
Sutter scored their first goal at the 50th minute and their second at the 63rd minute to tie the match. KIely said defensive standouts were Jose Santana, Alex Avila and Gumer Salazar.
Colusa Keeper Fernando Amador had a great game with 13 saves.
Live Oak 4, Colusa 0
Colusa hosted Live Oak in a non-league game Thursday and came away with a loss.
Kiely said the RedHawks played a strong first half holding the Lions to a single goal that came late in the first half.
Live Oak capitalized on three scoring opportunities in the 49th, 55th and 65th minutes in the second half. Kiely said Colusa did not give up and applauded strong play from senior midfielder Felipe Granados, and senior forward Manuel Garcia.
Amador made nine saves in goal.
Colusa 1, Winters 0
With the match scoreless beginning the second half, the RedHawks offense kept the pressure up and found the back of the Winters goal at the 60th minute mark on a shot from freshman forward Sal Lara, unassisted.
Kiely said Colusa's defense held strong, with strong performances from Santana, Avila, Luis Padilla and Gumer Salazar. Midfield standouts were Granados, Jorge Aguilera, Heraclio Lopez and Leo Canchola.
Amador posted nine saves.
Sutter 1, Colusa 0
The first-half goal scored by the Huskies stood up on the road Friday.
Winters 6, Colusa 0
The home field proved to be no advantage to the Lady RedHawks on Jan. 7, as the Warriors scored five first-half goals.