Sports Roundup: Football, volleyball, tennis, cross country, boxing, youth football results
Williams 54, University Prep 32
In Williams, the Yellowjackets (3-2) switched their offense to the Wildcat formation for the first time this year and it paid off in a big way as they ran away from the Panthers.
Lewis Davalos caught three touchdown passes from Sal Garcia and ran for two more, and Fernando Rodriguez scored on a 96-yard touchdown run and rushed for more than 200 yards.
Maxwell 27, Fall River 20
The Panthers survived a homecoming scare in overtime to beat Fall River.
The Panthers (2-2) led 20-6 late in the game, but the Bulldogs rallied and scored with less than a minute remaining before missing the potential game-winning extra point.
Maxwell quarterback Blake Vierra made Fall River pay with a 10-yard touchdown run on the first play of overtime, his third touchdown run of the game, and intercepted a pass at the 1-yard-line to seal the victory after Zach Troughton tipped the pass at the line.
Vierra also tossed a 60-yard touchdown pass to Santiago Gonzalez.
Princeton 50, Westwood 0
The Eagles (2-3, 1-0) scored more than 48 points for the third consecutive game and won their second straight, beating a young Westwood team 50-0 in a non-league game Friday.
Oscar Espinoza had scoring runs of 36 and 46 yards, and Gavino Mitchum scored from 5 and 10 yards out as Princeton led 38-0 at halftime.
Luis Angel had a 60-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Lucas Hubbard. Kyle Wills ran in a 10-yard touchdown, and Jacob Chrestenson ran in a 6-yard touchdown and three 2-point conversions. Adam McMartin added a two-point conversion.
Princeton 3, Greenville 0
The Eagles served up 28 aces as they swept Greenville 25-18, 25-8, 25-7 on Thursday night.
Amanda Hansen had 10 aces and 14 assists, Marisela Valencia added eight aces and six digs, and Jessica Lohse contributed six aces and five kills.
Maryssa Martin led Princeton (10-8) with eight kills.
Pierce 3, Esparto 0
The Bears (9-11) evened their Sacramento Valley League record at 1-1 with a 25-12, 25-15, 25-7 sweep of the Spartans in Esparto.
Princeton 3, Williams 0
Martin led the Eagles with seven kills and 13 digs as they beat Williams (1-7) for the second time this season.
Hansen added eight aces and made 17 assists, and Lohse scored six kills and four aces.
No stats were reported for Williams.
Maxwell 3, Wheatland 1
The Panthers (7-1) picked up a quality non-league win against visiting Wheatland on Sept. 25, winning 25-20, 17-25, 25-16, 25-21.
Jenna Powell landed 16 kills, Kaily McKinley scored 10 kills, Brittanee Haywood added eight kills, Taylor Perry contributed five kills and Jessie Otterson had four kills.
Maxwell 3, Dunsmuir 0
Seven different Panthers players had at least two kills as setter Shelen Boyes spread the ball around to her potent batch of hitters in a non-league 25-19, 25-15, 25-17 sweep of Dunsmuir.
McKinley let Maxwell with eight kills, Powell added six, Perry put down four, Venegas chipped in three and sophomore Molly Dunlap added two kills.
Durham 3, Pierce 1
Pierce opened Sacramento Valley League play with a loss in four games to the Trojans on Sept. 24.
No stats were reported by the Bears but they lost by the scores of 25-13, 25-22, 18-25 and 25-16.
River Valley 3, Colusa 0
The RedHawks (4-9) took on a powerful River Valley squad and lost in three sets. No stats were reported by either team.
Orland 6, Colusa 3
Coral Imhoff won a three-set battle against Raquel Ontiveroz 6-4, 2-6, 6-4 but the RedHawks lost for the first time this season.
Colusa, the top team in the SVL, beat Orland, the top team in the BVL, the first time they played and the squads are shaping up to be the two best teams in Division II.
Ann Kalisuch was the only other Colusa player to win their singles match, beating Alma Lopez 6-1, 6-3. Imhoff and Taylor Davis won their doubles match 8-4 but the Trojans took the other two.
Colusa 2nd at BVL meet in Wheatland
The RedHawks got a preview of the course where the Butte View League championship meet will be held and got a good look at their primary challenger this season — Sutter High.
The Huskies put five runners in the top seven in the varsity boys race to win the meet but Colusa had a strong showing and took second.
Felipe Granados took second overall with a time of 18 minutes, 30 seconds on the 5-km course. Christian Marzan came across the line in fourth (18:49) and Alan Iniguez (19:58) finished eighth.
Zachary Vaillancourt (20:28) finished 12th, Tristen Mendenhall (21:11) crossed the line at 18th and Eric Kraft (21:20) came in 19th.
The RedHawks lone varsity girls runner, sophomore Mollie Townzen, won the 5-km race with a time of 22:34, nearly 40 seconds ahead of the second-place runner.
In the junior varsity girls race, Adrianna Abele (16:27) and Nadine Ahola (16:46) finished 1-2 on the 3-km course, and Brook Gallagher (19:54) finished ninth.
Sal Valencia (13:54) finished fifth and Alec Schantz (14:03) finished sixth in the junior varsity boys race. Bryan Garibay (15:31) finished 16th and Timmy English (15:57) came in 20th.
Colusa County boxers pick up victories in Carson City
Ivan Rodriguez and Jose Rivera picked up victories in boxing matches Saturday at Street Vibrations in Carson City, Nev..
Rodriguez, a 147-pound 15-year-old from Arbuckle, defeated Jordy Lopez, from Reno, Nev., by decision in a good back-and-forth fight to improve his record to 7 wins, 10 losses. Lopez fell to 7 wins, 3 losses.
Rivera, a 151-pound 20-year-old from Williams, beat 21-year-old Sean Lebard, from Reno, by unanimous decision in a bloody battle.
Both fighters were bleeding from the nose and mouth but Rivera came out on top by pressing forward against his taller opponent. Rivera landed a hard right in the third round, causing the referee to give Lebard and standing eight-count. It was Rivera's first fight and Lebard fell to 2-3 overall.
Durham 40, Colusa 7 (peewees)
Thomas Heidrick scored the Cowboys only touchdown of the game as the fell to the top team in the Division II Southern Conference.
Juan Arreguin led the team with 73 yards rushing, Coby Elvert ran for 24 yards, Rudy Camberos ran for 18 yards and Heidrick finished with 18 yards rushing.
Derrek Roa led Colusa with nine tackles, Camberos made six tackles, Arreguin added five tackles, Anthony Berry contributed four tackles and Brady Bolley had four tackles and a sack.
Colusa 48, Durham 25 (junior midgets)
Shane Calcagno rushed for 164 yards and four touchdowns as the Colusa Cowboys improved to 5-1 atop the Southern Conference Division II standings.
Aksil Coombs added 152 yards and a touchdown as the Cowboys rushing attack was in full effect, and caught a 52-yard touchdown reception. Brendan Garcia ran for 19 yards, and Brandon Guevera had 10 yards rushing and three PATs.
Cameron Telford led Colusa with nine tackles, Luis Diaz made seven tackles and Tommy Davis added five tackles and a fumble recovery. Jacob Havens made two tackles and intercepted a pass.
Durham 36, Colusa 10 (midgets)
Dutch Kalfsbeek rushed for 62 yards and passed for 40 but the Cowboys (1-5) fell to a strong Durham team on Saturday.
Miguel Boites ran for 45 yards and Manuel Huerta had 27 yards on the ground. Joe Diaz had 25 yards receiving and Fernando Castillo added 15 yards receiving.
Curtis Vaughn led the Cowboys with seven tackles, Angel Velazquez made six tackles and Diaz made five tackles.